June 17th, 2014
Boomerâs Corner Keg/Dakota Plains took game one 9-6, The Raven/Eagles
the second, 10-3
NuBar/Christensen Trucking swept Elliott Farms 10-9 and 21-11
Boomerâs Corner Keg won the first game 16-12, Hope Electric the second 13-6
John Deere Seeding took the first game 17-4 before Captainâs Pub won game two, 16-4
The Raven/Eagles 10-2
John Deere Seeding 9-1
Boomerâs Corner Keg 7-3
Captainâs Pub 5-5
Boomerâs Corner Keg/Dakota Plains 4-8
Hope Electric 4-6
NuBar/Christensen Trucking 3-7
Elliott Farms 0-10
When members of the Valley City High School Reunion Band gather each year to march in the Rally in the Valley parade, they're never sure they'll have enough people to perform, but year after year, they managed to pull it off, just as they did this year.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Barnes County had a difficult time coming up with enough people to staff all 15 voting precincts for Tuesday's Primary Elections, said county election officials. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Hundreds of rubber ducks are dumped off the City Park foot bridge Saturday afternoon to begin the Duckin' Down the Sheyenne rubber duck race. All proceeds benefit the Barnes County Relay for Life.
Winners of the race were Dorie Koppelman, first place; Lisa McCulloch, second place; Jodi Arneson, third place; Mary Tangen, fourth place; Kenny Nelson, fifth place; Kenneth Beach, sixth place; Mary Dahl, eighth place; Sue Kapaun, ninth place; and Pat Stoen, tenth place.
Cancer survivors, caregivers, friends and family walked and rallied together Friday evening to fight against cancer during the 15th annual Barnes County Relay for Life.
In a new location and on a new weekend, the Relay was held Friday from 5 p.m. to midnight at the Barnes County Courthouse. The evening started with a survivors reception at 5 p.m., followed by opening ceremonies at 6 p.m. A luminary ceremony was held at dusk.
Read this story in Monday's Times-Record.
A small concession of umbrellas sold out at five bucks a piece, and for a few minutes that five bucks was a good investment, when a small shower stayed overhead just long enough to dampen any dust and freshen the pit, which was, literally, already waist-deep in body-sucking, boot-stealing gumbo stew. And ready for magnificent beasts with elegant mechanics producing exquisite noise while boiling the muddy slop on tractor tires.
The Valley City State University Booster Board will host the 18-hole Viking Golf Scramble, one of the athletic departmentâs major annual scholarship fundraisers, which takes place Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at the Valley City Town and Country Club and Bjornson Park.
Hole contests with prizes, and Hole-in-One contests sponsored by Miller Motors and Farmers Union, can be won throughout. All participants will receive entry prizes and dinner.
1st: Chad Kornovich, Milaca, Minn. (Truck: âMudslingerâ) $3,000 and trophy
2nd: Tony Sell, Ogilvie, Minn. $1,000
3rd: Dustin Ramocher, Milaca, Minn. (Truck: âRecklessâ) $500
4th: Chad Kornovich, Milaca, Minn. (Truck: âBare Bonesâ) $250
1st: Kelly Kopp, Leonard, N.D. $300 and trophy
2nd: Bryan Bertsch, Oakes, N.D. $150
3rd: Jesse Hass, Valley City, N.D. $75
1st: Sawyer Markel, Cooperstown, N.D. $200 and trophy
2nd: Mike Wadeson, Valley City, N.D. $100
3rd: Jeff Richman, Tower City, N.D. $50
Valley City Babe Ruth beat Lisbon twice on the road Thursday night, coming back from a 9-5 fourth-inning deficit for a nine-inning 12-9 District win and surviving a three-run third frame in the 6-3 non-District finisher.
âWe didnât come out playing our best,â Valley City head coach Lance Lukes said. âWe were just kind of going through the motions and not putting anything really into it. We left too many runners on base and didnât execute some of the little things that we need to be doing.â
Valley City led 2-0 after two District innings on Justin Mansonâs inside-
Drew Oberlanderâs third-inning single had Valley City Babe Ruth up 3-2 in Sundayâs Pizza Corner Classic championship, but Carringtonâs two-run single in the fourth sparked an 8-4 trophy triumph.
âWe didnât play our best baseball and, when youâre playing a good team like Carrington, if you donât play well, you wonât beat a good team,â Valley City head coach Lance Lukes said. âWe made too many mistakes
out there: fielding errors, throwing errors, pitching errors, and Carrington, being the good team they are, took advantage of them.â
Read this story in Monday's Times-Record.