Archive - Mar 20, 2012 - Sports Article
As a reporter, you tend to spend time on the phone.
Some of it's spent arranging interviews, some of it's spent hearing what information you got wrong. Fortunately, there's been a non-work related phone call I've been making a lot lately and it's the most anticipated phone call a guy can get after a long day's work.
It goes something like this:
"Hey, it's Scott. You want to play catch?"
"Yeah, sure. I'll meet you at City Park in a few minutes."
The call is followed by the simplest of pleasures â€” an hour of tossing cowhide amongst a few leather mits.
The Valley City High School track and field team started the indoor season Saturday at the Concordia High School Invitational in Moorhead, Minn.
Even though neither the boys or girls team finished towards the top of the team standings, they still had plenty of standouts. For the girls team, which placed fifth of six teams with 64 points, the top finishers were largely seniors.
Erika Ettl, a 5-foot-3-inch combo-guard attending school in Japan has signed a letter-of-intent to play basketball at Valley City State University, coach Jill DeVries announced Monday.
Ettl averaged 19 points and 10 assists in her senior season at Yokota High School, a U.S. Department of Defense school in Mainland Japan. She is a four-year starter and four time All-Conference performer in the seven-team Kanto Plains League.