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Tyler Tribute - Page 16 Sports & Area RTR athletes named to all-conference squads By Jim Kopel Tribute Sports The Camden Conference for volleyball and the Little Sioux Conference for foot- ball have released their all-conference selections for the 2013 fall season. Destinee Strand and ]anel Wichern were named from the RTR Lady Knights in volleyball. Both of these girls represented the South half of the conference. Destinee was one of the top setters in the area this year. She also was a top digger for the Lady Knights as they recorded one 0fthe top record marks in the area with a very fine 21 and 9 won-loss mark. Janel did everything for the Lady Knights. She was the top killer for the team. She also was one of the top smashers in the area. ]anel also served very well and did some nice blocking for the team. The Minneota Vikings, who finished third in the State Tournament, had four players make the con- ference squad. Taylor Reiss of the Vikings was named the South Conference MVE TMB also had four play- ers make the South squad. This reporter questions this number, as the Lady Knights not only beat TMB in conference play, but ]anel Wichern also finished ahead of the Panthers in the conference standings. The coach of the Vikings, Steph Hennen, was named South Coach of The Year. CMCS, who won the North half of the confer- ence, had four players make the North squad. Lexi Scott of CMCS was the MVP while her coach, Ter- tin DeBoer, was the Coach of the Year. CMCS was the team that knocked the Lady Knights out of the tournament this year. Brett Vercruysse of the football Knights was named to all-conference in the Little Sioux Confer- ence. Brett was one of the top ball carriers for the Knights this past football season. He also was their leading tackler on defense. Jarryd Good and Ty Thooft were named to the all- academic squad for their Destinee Strand work in the classroom. These two boys were also very active on the football field. ]arryd played in the offensive and defensive line for the Knights. He was the leading tackler on the defensive side of the ball among the Knight linemen. Ty was the other rusher for the Knights be- sides Vercruysse. He also was one of the receivers for the Knights. Ty also was the second leading tackler for the Knights this past season. We congratulate all these athletes for the hard work they do during a sports season. We also want to congratulate all the RTR athletes for the fall sports season. It takes many play- ers working together for a few athletes to receive conference awards. FSA 1 continued from page 9 Loans; Loan Deficiency Pay- ments; Sugar Loans; Noninsured Crop Disas- ter Assistance Program; Tobacco Transition Payment Program; 2013 Direct and Coun- ter-Cyclical Payments; 2013 Average Crop Rev- enue Election Program; 2011 and 2012 Supple- mental Revenue Assis- tance Program; Storage, handling; and Economic Adjustment Assistance for Upland Cot- ton. Conservation Reserve Program payments are specifically exempt by statute from sequestra- tion, thus these payments will not be reduced. "These sequester per- centages reflect current law estimates; however with the continuing budget uncertainty, Congress still may adjust the exact per- centage reduction. Today's announcement intends to help producers plan for the impact of sequestra- tion cuts in FY2014" said FSA Administrator Juan M. Garcia. 'tAt this time, FSA is required to implement the sequester reductions. Due to the expiration of the Farm Bill on Sept. 30, FSA does not have the flexibil- ity to cover these payment reductions in the same manner as in FY13. FSA will provide notification as early as practicable on the specific payment reduc- tions." For information about FSA programs, visit your county USDA Service Cen- ter or go to www.fsa.usda. gov/ iiiiiii;ii;i,lil;i,:,::/: ...to sta rt payi ng down your debts? Stop in and talk to us today. We' re here to help! HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. ] Wednesday  7 a,m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday - 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. ] OF TYLER INCORPORATED photos.buffaloridgenews.com VISIT OUR PHOTO S1TE TO VIEW ALL OF OUR PHOTOS AND PURCHASE PRINTS. 111 N. Tyler St., RO. Box 430, Tyler, MN 56178 Phone 507-247-5531 1-800-259-5379 Fax: 507-247-5532 FDI([ E-mail: gen@csbtylermn .com www.csbtylermn.com mu,ous,,G ,m, ,,,, ,,, LENDER Wednesday, November 20, 2013 Submitted photo The Hendricks Fire Dept. and EMS participated in a wind turbine emergency drill last Tuesday The helicopter from Avera Sioux Falls assisted in the drill as well Emergency response wind turbine drill held Tuesday On Nov. 12, Lincoln County Emergency Man- agement, Hendricks Fire Department and Hen- dricks EMS participated in a wind turbine response drill. Steve Tolrud from Re- new Energy Maintenance, along with ]eanna Som- mers of Lincoln County Emergency Management, coordinated the drill to test response capabilities and tactics for responders as well as Renew employ- ees. The drill was called in as a 911 call to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office. Re- sponders were dispatched to the turbine and con- tinued their response as if it was a real situation. Renew Energy employees lowered a manikin (pa- tient 1) out of the nose of the turbine with a broken femur. The responders were then notified that an- other employee (patient 2) had a heart attack while climbing the turbine to as- sist the other employees. Both Hendricks Fire and EMS worked well togeth- er to assist both patients. Avera Careflight from Sioux Falls, S.D. was also on scene to assist. The drill ended when both patients were loaded in the ambu- lance or helicopter. Responders, Renew Em- ployees, Avera Careflight, and Emergency Manage- ment then discussed how the drill went. There are many unknown safety hazards to be aware of when working around the wind turbines. There are also patient safety items that responders have to understand when treating a patient who potentially could have suspension trauma from hanging in a harness. The Careflight crew discussed safety when approaching the he- licopter, where they can and cannot land, and how they generally try to assist in the most beneficial way. The drill was a great experience for all. Renew Energy and Hendricks Fire and EMS plan to continue with in-class training this coming January with the potential for another drill this spring for all respond- ers in Lincoln County. Practicing responses are critical to being able to help those in our commu- nity. ]eanna Sommers, Lincoln County Emergency Management Bowling Scores from Ma and Pa's Lanes Monday Men's King Pins 16 28 Thomsen Hardware 233 97 Timber Tavern 188.5 141.5 High scores: Ray Lingen 194; Eric Lingen Gackstetter's 178 152 78; Dave Bukowski 168; Phil Schelhaas Enemark Seeds 165.6 164.5 161; Cyndi Dirkx 165 Rich's Plumbing 154.5 175.5 Andy Deutz Farms 149.5 180.5 Saturday Mixed Knudsen's BP 142.5 187.5 Wilmes-VanDeVere 22 2 Wreckin' Crew 108.5 221.5 Lutterman-Kern 15 9 ]ensen-Salentiny 14 10 Wichern-Maranell 13 11 RTFB Strikers 9 15 Wichern-Grooters 9 15 OPEN 8 16 Flying PickleSkins 6 18 High Scores: Matt Serreyn 254, 588; Clair Drake 218,191, 568; Shawn Nelson 213, 192, 190, 595; Darren Lutterman 213, 203, 577; Travis Borresen 207,197, 554; Craig Hess 199, 181, 527; Eric Ocampo 190, 510; Scott Johnson 183; Bob Sich- meller 182, 180; Tim Bloom 181; Kris Vos 180, 180; Brad Wilmes 504 Wednesday Women's TE Underground 226.5 Johnson Trenching 165 Tanya Kern's Daycare 160 CHS 160 THC 128.5 High Scores: Sue Furan 167, 178; Kathi VanDeVere 187, 164, 169, 520; Dawn Prinsen 167; Melissa Hurni 168; Karisa Larsen 175; Tifanie Hess 180, 160, 160, 500 Thursday Mixed Not So Hots 29 15 Ez Duz Its 23 21 Wild Bunch 20 24 High scores: Troy Houselog 207, 188, 535; Mic VanDeVere 194; Matt Salentiny 191; John Bloom 178,162; Jeremy Jensen 177; Brad Wilmes 172; gathi VanDeVere 212, 166, 529; Peggy Wilmes 197, 162, 500; Brandee Miller 179; Kara Chris- tensen 168; Dawn Wichern 162; Colleen Wichern 160 Sunday Mixed Dagel-Opdahl 12 12 OPEN 10 14 Kinda Alrights 9 15 High scores: Reid ]orgensen 183; Tony Opdahl 180, 176, 162, 518; ]ared Dagel 179, 167; Michael Berger 167; Cory Berger 166; Evan Rogers 164; Stacy ]or- gensen 172,160; Roxanne Nielsen 165 BROWSER NIGHT i, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 FROM 1-6 PM i COME IN AND SAVE ON JOHN DEERE TOYS & MERCHANDISE From tractors, fu'rniture, Iys to sweatshirts, hats and gloves, Schuneman Equipment Co. has a wide selection of John Deere toys, clothing and memorabilia perfect for anyone on your Christmas Shopping List. 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