Memories Gone By
News from Browerville's Past
25 Years Ago
February 2, 1995
Jamie Dreher is now in the pediatric unit at North Memorial Hospital in Minneapolis and, according to his mother Shelly, is doing pretty well. Jamie injured his leg in a farm accident Christmas Eve and doctors had to amputate it below the knee. On Monday, Jamie had a couple of very special visitors: Outfielder Marty Cordova who is “Rookie of the Year” and third baseman Scott Stahoviak, both of the Minnesota Twins.
Rebecca Reibestein, daughter of Kathleen Reibestein and Ray Reibestein, and Brent Field, son of Troy and Donna Field, have been nominated by the Browerville High School for the Minnesota State High School League Academics, Arts and Athletics Award.
On January 16, the Tigers traveled to Royalton and defeated them 47-26. The Tigers played a very aggressive defense game. The Tigers moved the ball well in their zone defense and their press and man pressure worked well. Leading scorers for Browerville were Elizabeth LaVoie with 11, Stacy Gonsior with 11, Jessie Frisch with 8, and Missy Spandl with 8.
There was at least one Cowboy’s fan at the Lion’s breakfast, but he was not too popular with some of the Steeler’s fans who made him sit alone. It was all in good fun and Jodi Kircher took it all in stride even when Steve Beck threw his cowboy hat on the floor. Jodi had the last laugh when the Cowboys won the Super Bowl.