Archive - 2012
BOYS TEAM SCORES
1) Northern Cass .................... 130
2) Griggs Co Central .............. 124
3) Barnes Co North .................. 89
4) Maple Valley â Enderlin ....... 87
5) Valley City ............................ 77
6) LLM ...................................... 45
7) Montpelier ............................ 37
8) Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page ... 36
BOYS 100 METER DASH
1 Jesse Beilke â MVE 11.30
2 Wyatt Steckler â BCN 11.43
3 Colin Naeseth â VC 11.59
4 Austin Dixson â MVE 12.00
5 Chris Miller â Mont 12.06
6 Dereck Durheim â VC 12.20
7 Brandon Bohmert â NC 12.24
Special to the Times-Record
Bismarckâs Dakota Wizards basketball team, a developmental league team for the Golden State Warriors, has taken on a new opponent, bullying.
Earlier this month, the Wizards invited Griggs County Central students to their final home game to assist in their game plan to send out the message âstop bullying now.â
At the game, students took a pledge to treat people fairly, be inclusive and take action when bullying is happening to others. Additionally, the team highlighted a new North Dakotaâs new anti-bullying law, âCassidyâs Lawâ, which goes in effect this July.
VCSU football signees:
Anthony Frison â OL - Fessenden Bowdon High - Fessenden, ND
Danny Hangaard â TE â Hankinson High - Hankinson, ND
Honors: All-Region, 2nd Team All State
Jed Hansen â K â Northern Cass High - Fargo, ND
Jordan Morrissey â LB â Ellendale High - Ellendale, ND
Honors: SE Conference and Region Team 2011
Jake McElroy â DL â Lakeville North High â Elko, MN.
Team Achievements: Section Champions, Conference Champions
Son of Jill and Dave McElroy
Jerrico Turner â DB â West Valley High - Fairbanks, AK
Chris Handgis â FB â Mountain Pointe High â Phoenix, AZ
Sorenson to golf at VCSU
Valley City High School golfer Ben Sorensen has signed a letter of intent to attend Valley City State University and join the Viking golf team, VCSU coach Nathan Stover announced Wednesday night.
Sorenson has been a key member of the Valley City High School golf team lettering every year since eighth grade. During that run he had the second best scoring average on a team that won the 2010 Class B state championship. Sorenson has won two high school tournaments and has nine top-ten finishes.
Photo by Deb Beilke/Special to the Times-Record
For the past two weeks, Iâve been instructing a course on fly tying and lure making combined with a Fishing 102 of sorts for area youth age 12 to 15 which introduced them to light tackle fishing and the basics of the fly rod. After seeing the world that this generation has grown up in (and I know Iâm starting to sound old) with cell phones, Xboxes, and a multitude of other distractions, I had my concerns that it would be tough to hold their attention. After all, sometimes it takes me, with my short attention span, an entire winter just to decide what lures to make in April.
Each week I close my column with my contact email information. Later, when the inbox dings to signal a new message has arrived, Iâm never certain what the pretense for the email is, but I do enjoy the electronic communication.
Â Recently a reader took issue with an explanation I previously provided regarding harvest of big fish in the spring prior to the time that either walleyes or northern pike have spawned for the year.
Special to the Times-Record
Families--try the unthinkableâgo screen free for an entire week! April 30-May 6 is Screen Free Week. The Young Peopleâs Healthy Heart Program at Mercy Hospital is inviting any family who would like to go âscreen freeâ to call them at 845-6456 for more information and ideas.
Why go âscreen freeâ? The facts are amazing. Students ages 8-18 spend 7 hours each day in front of a screen:
* an average of 4.5 hours watching TV,
*1.5 hours using computers (outside of homework),
*over one hour playing video games.
It doesnât take much to get me to wondering. In this case all it took was a song I heard on an AM radio station. Speaking of heard: The name of the song was, âYou canât rollerskate in a buffalo herd.â It was written by a Mr. Roger Miller. Iâm supposing that if there were ever a person deceased that Iâd have liked to have met before they arrived it would have been him. Some of you may know the song and I invite you to hum along as I share a bit of it with you. Here goes:
âYou canât rollerskate in a buffalo herd.
You canât rollerskate in a buffalo herd.
Temperatures this weekend may be on the cooler side than what people would prefer, but following a strong chance of rain in the area tonight and a cloudy weekend, temps are predicted to be in the upper 60s and 70s next week.
National Weather Service meteorologist Peter Rogers said today would be âpretty cloudy for a good chunk of the dayâ with overnight thunderstorms moving through around midnight.
âMost of the precipitation should move off by morning,â he said. âThe rest of Saturday looks mainly dry with increasing cloud cover.â