Archive - Jun 1, 2012
WEST FARGO â When Enderlin/Maple Valley coach Neva Hamre was asked about a few of her players following Friday's 25-4 win over Grafton in the Class B State Semifinals, she was at a loss for words.
"I just don't really know what to say about them," she said. "We're just â I don't know â it doesn't seem hard. We're just doing what we do."
What they do, and continued to do at the second day of the inaugural Class B State Softball Tournament, is win.
The chaplain at my work witnessed it. I came to my office and stood in the doorway of the conference room where most of my co-workers gathered.
âMay I have your attention please? I have an announcement to make,â I announced in my best announcement voice.
The room hushed as they all turned their conversations off and their ears on. They took their stare off the glare of their computer screens in order to properly delve in to the proclamation I was about to proclaim.
Special to the Times-Record
MEDORA, N.D. â Whether you enjoy fitness, nature, entertainment or food, Medora is the place to be the weekend of June 8-10.
The 2012 season of the Medora Musical kicks off Friday, June 8 at 8:30 p.m. MDT. This professionally-produced, high energy, Western style revue is set in the Burning Hills Amphitheatre in the North Dakota Badlands. It features nightly performances through September 8.
Valley City and Jamestown law enforcement personnel joined others from across North Dakota this week in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics North Dakota.
The Special Olympicsâ website reads, âThe Torch Run is a running event in which officers and athletes carry the Flame of Hope to the Opening Ceremony of local Special Olympics competitions.â
The Special Olympics Summer Games will be held Friday and Saturday in Fargo.
Kathleen Meagher, President of the Special Olympics North Dakota, said that they try to link cities through the run.
WEST FARGO â All season long, Enderlin/Maple Valley softball coach Neva Hamre knew her top two pitchers were sophomore Kaylee Johnson and junior Cassie Pautz. But with the success Johnson had throughout the season, Pautz didnât log a single pitch at the varsity level.
Until Thursday, that was, when she took to the circle in the Falconsâ 18-2 win over Pembina County North to open the Class B state softball tournament at Elmwood Park in West Fargo.
âI only pitched two JV games, so it was a little nerve wracking,â Pautz said.
VCHS golf team misses state
The Valley City High School golf team missed qualifying for state by one stroke Wednesday at the Eastern Dakota Conference regional meet in Fargo.
The Hi-Liners finished with a team score of 322 to finish seventh. Fargo South got the final state spot with 321.
Senior Nick Jenson led the team with a 73, which tied for 5th and earned him All-Region honors. Jenson, will be going to the state meet Tuesday and Wednesday in Dickinson with teammates Ben Sorenson and Jared Lentz. All three qualified individually last week.
Nick Jenson 38-35 73