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20-20 Auto Center Leads

October 18, 2013

Tuesday's Hi Lo Bowling League results:

Service Master finished 2-2 against Leevers Foods.

20-20 Auto Center swept Valley Lumber, 4-0.

Chrissy Faye Photography swept J & S Ladies, 4-0.

Sky Lanes Team went 3-1 against Bank Forward.

Read this story in Friday's Weekend Edition of the Times-Record.

Big Inc. Sky Lanes No. 1

October 18, 2013

Hi Line League Week 5 results: 

Farmers Union Insurance won 18 points from Tavern 94. ServiceMater won 24½ points from Gravel Ranch.

Stack Construction won 20 points from Dakota Plains.

Big Inc Sky Lanes won 26 points from a Bye.

Read this story in Friday's Weekend Edition of the Times-Record.

City Lights Still Bright

October 18, 2013

Viking League Week 6 results: 

City Lights took three games from K&S Carpet Cleaning.

Pizza Corner won 3 games against Tavern 94.

J&S Marketing finished 3-1 against 5 Star Bucking Bulls.

Enterprise swept their four-game Bye.

Read this story in Friday's Weekend Edition of the Times-Record.

Brothers III Tops

October 18, 2013

Old Settlers League Week 5 results:

American Legion No. 1 won 3 games against VFW.

Eagles swept American Legion No. 2, 4-0.

Hoff & Jans Upholstry took three games from Brothers III.

Read this story in Friday's Weekend Edition of the Times-Record.

Wesley Acres, Bettin's, DJ's Clean House

October 18, 2013

Tuesday's After Lunch Bunch bowling resulted in three sweeps.

Wesley Acres won four games against Farmers Union Insurance.

Bettin's Greenhouse took four games from Fairhill Properties.

Dirty Johnny's won four games from Dacotah Bank.

Read this story in Friday's Weekend Edition of the Times-Record.

Maple Valley Rallies Late

October 18, 2013

Maple Valley volleyball ventured to Moorhead for a non-conference match against Park Christian School on Monday, a match featuring four sets decided by five points or less and a late two-set Raider comeback on the way to a 3-2 (25-21, 23-25, 20-25, 25-17, 15-13) win.

Read this story in Friday's Weekend Edition of the Times-Record.

VCSU Basketball Alumni Games Saturday

October 18, 2013

Valley City State men's and women's basketball will host their annual Alumni Games, free and open to the public, on Saturday at the W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse.

Both Viking teams will play an exhibition game against former VCSU basketball players. The women's alumni game will tip at 5 p.m. Saturday, and the men will tip at 7 p.m.

Valley City State officially opens the regular season Nov. 1 and 2 with home games against Dordt College and Northwestern College.

LaMoure Beats South Border

October 18, 2013

LaMoure volleyball hosted non-conference opponent South Border on Tuesday night, dropping the first set but rebounding to win the final three and take the match, 3-1 (25-27, 25-17, 25-19, 25-20).

LaMoure improved to 11-0 in the regular season — and 26-3 with tournament play included — to stand alone atop Class B District 5, five games above No. 2 Ellendale.

No. 5 Edgeley/Kulm hosts LaMoure in a District 5 rivalry match, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22.

Read this story in Friday's Weekend Edition of the Times-Record.

VCHS Harriers Complete Hi-Liner Challenge

October 18, 2013

Hi-Liner harriers competed in the Hi-Liner Challenge on Wednesday, the last team event of the season before nine VCHS runners go to State at Valley City's Bjornson Park Golf Course on Oct. 26.

The Challenge, a 1.5-mile Chautauqua Park course in 50-degree, slightly breezy conditions, put the Blue Team against the White team in a team points contest based on individual times.

Blue Team contenders were Casey Engelhard, Jamie Ronning, Caleb Reign, Jessica Ronning, Noah Plagens, Mikayla Wolla, Mikey Meester, Molly Dockter and Hunter Olstad.

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