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May 22nd, 2012

Vet groups plans for Memorial Day

May 22, 2012

Valley City’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post and AMVETS chapter along with auxiliaries from all city veteran’s organizations will participate in this year’s Memorial Day observations in Valley City.

James Verwey, Barnes County Veterans Service Officer, said Monday along with the VFW and AMVETS organizations, auxiliaries from the VFW, AMVETS, American Legion, Disabled American Veterans and Eagles will be involved.

Local law enforcement joins national blitz

May 22, 2012

It takes three seconds and it can save your life.

The Valley City Police Department and the Barnes County Sheriff’s Office is participating in a seatbelt blitz as part of a national “Click It or Ticket” campaign that will run from May 21 to June 3.

“We write seatbelt citations throughout the year, but we won’t give any warnings for a two-week period here,” said Barnes County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Hager.

Valley City Police Sgt. David Swenson said in news release wearing a seat belt is the single most effective way to reduce motor vehicle fatalities.

May 21st

Shanley beats Hi-Liners in extras

May 22, 2012

Valley City High School softball coach Jason Lindgren had mixed feelings on his team’s 7-6 regular season-ending loss to Fargo Shanley Monday at the Valley City State University softball complex.
There was plenty of good that came from it, but similarly some struggles. There were highs, lows, leads, comebacks. Not to mention the #3 seed in the Eastern Dakota Conference tournament was on the line.

Tuesday (5/22) local digest

May 22, 2012

VCHS golf qualifies 3 for state meet
The Valley City High School golf team qualified three team members for state and placed fourth in a meet Monday in Wahpeton.
The Hi-Liners finished with a team score of 307, tying with West Fargo, who took third on a tie breaker.
Nick Jenson and Ben Sorenson both shot a 75 to tie for sixth place, and though Jared Lentz’s 78 didn’t place him, he joined them with a state qualifying score.
Fargo Shanley won the meet with a score of 295. West Fargo’s Connor Holland and Shanley’s Thomas Strandemo won the meet with a score of 70.

VCHS baseball team ends second consecutive winless season

May 21, 2012

The Valley City High School baseball team closed out its second consecutive winless season with a double header Saturday against Grand Forks Central at Charlie Brown Memorial Field in Valley City.
Though the Hi-Liners dropped the second game 16-2, it was a 6-2 loss in game one, one of the team’s best efforts of the year, that impressed coach Trevar Hansen.
“That was a way better game,” he said. “We pitched pretty well, played pretty good defense and we hit the ball okay. That’s obviously baseball, but I mean that’s kind of what we haven’t done a ton of out here.”

VCHS tennis ends season at regionals

May 21, 2012

Valley City High School senior Kierstin Lorenz (pictured) ended her senior season as the Hi-Liner’s only member of the All-Eastern Dakota Conference team. The tennis team ended its season Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the EDC regional tournament in Grand Forks and will have no representatives at the state meet. The Hi-Liners lost 5-0 to West Fargo and 3-2 to Fargo South in the team tournament. The Hi-Liners pulled plenty of upsets in the individual tournament, including consecutive upset wins by Sara Gilbertson and Sam Coit over Red River’s top singles player, Katie Sween.

Monday (5/21) local digest

May 21, 2012

VCHS softball wins
The Valley City High School softball team got an early lead and never let up in an 8-3 win over Devils Lake Friday.
The team had his all through the order with Jenna Coghlan, Amanda Tangen, Danica Diegel and Jessica Deholm each getting two hits. Denholm also was one of three players, to have two runs batted in. Keely Fogarty allowed ten hits but only three runs in the complete game.
The Hi-Liners finish the regular season against Fargo Shanley at 4 p.m. today at the VCSU softball complex. The two-point game will decide third place in the Eastern Dakota Conference.

NDSU Bison fall to Notre Dame in NCAA regional

May 21, 2012

TUCSON, Ariz.— North Dakota State rallied past 13/16th-ranked Hawai’i 9-7, but fell to Notre Dame 8-4 in an elimination game at the NCAA Tucson Softball Regional played Saturday, May 19, at Hillenbrand Stadium. Notre Dame plays host Arizona at 4:30 p.m. Central in the championship game.
NDSU finishes the season with a 38-22 record and matches the school record for wins at the Division I level. The 2009 Bison team finished 38-20.

Coghlan finishes at the top of the EDC

May 21, 2012

Valley City High School senior Jenna Coghlan (above) was the school’s only individual champion at the Eastern Dakota Conference regional meet Saturday in Fargo. Coghlan won the javelin event with a throw of 112 feet, 10 inches, which beat Fargo Davies’ Lexi Klabo by two inches.The Hi-Liners had one new state qualifier at the meet. April Berntson placed fifth in the 1,600 meter run to qualify for state. The girls team finished seventh with 31 points.

Mercy administrator Heuser honored by AHA

May 21, 2012

Keith Heuser, administrator of Valley City’s Mercy Hospital, has been named North Dakota’s sole Grassroots Champion for 2012 by the American Hospital Association.

The AHA in partnership with the state hospital associations, last week awarded 52 people with the award. As Grassroots Champions these individuals are being recognized for exceptional leadership in generating grassroots and community activity in support of a hospital’s mission.

Friday Heuser said he was presented with the award at a Grassroots Champion breakfast last week in Washington, D.C.

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