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April 18th, 2012

Monday local digest

April 18, 2012

Weather causes postponements
Local baseball teams had games postponed due to poor weather over the weekend.
The Valley City High School baseball team had its Friday double header with Fargo North postponed and the Valley City State University team had its Saturday double header in Jamestown postponed.
Makeup dates were not announced for the high school game. The VCSU/Jamestown series will conclude today at 3 p.m. in Jamestown.

VCSU golfers do well at Jamestown

NDSU Spring FB game to be televised

April 18, 2012

NDSU Athletics
FARGO — North Dakota State University’s annual Green-Gold spring football game will be televised live statewide on the North Dakota NBC Sports Network for the first time in the program’s history at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 21, from the Fargodome according to NDSU director of broadcasting Jeremy Jorgenson.
Stations on the North Dakota NBC Sports Network include KVLY-TV (Channel 11, Fargo), KFYR-TV (Channel 5, Bismarck), KMOT-TV (Channel 10, Minot), KQCD-TV (Channel 7, Dickinson) and KUMV-TV (Channel 8, Williston).

April 16th

Vikings' woes end with sweep, VCSU digest

April 16, 2012

With their backs against the wall and reeling in an eight game losing streak, the Valley City State University Vikings busted out of their offensive slump and picked up a sweep of visiting Jamestown College.
In game one, Viking pitcher Katie McBride limited the Jimmie offense to just three hits and gave up one earned run to pick up the win.
Timely hitting and big play defense kept the Vikings in the game. After an unearned run in the top of the second gave the Jimmies a 1-0 lead, the Vikings plated two in the home half of the third.
A solo home run for the Jimmies tied it at 2-2.

Raising the bar: Viland aims for record breaking senior season

April 16, 2012

Valley City High School senior Paul Viland only has a certain amount of focus on the state track and field meet this early in the season.
He’ll likely make the cut sooner or later.
Instead, the pole vaulter has a number on his mind — 13 feet, 4 inches.
“That will break the school record by an inch,” he said.
It’s the ultimate goal for the senior, who picked up pole vaulting in middle school and is continually breaking his personal best in the event.

April 12th

4/12 local digest

April 12, 2012

VCHS baseball loses
The Valley City State University baseball team lost a double header Tuesday at home to West Fargo.
The Hi-Liners lost 16-0 and 19-1. The team had no hits in the first game, but had one run on three hits in the second game.

VCHS softball loses
The Hi-Liner softball team was no-hit on the road Tuesday in a 10-0 loss in five innings to West Fargo.
Valley City kept it close early, trailing only 4-0 after the third inning, but the Packers put it away with five runs in the fifth inning. The offense was hitless, drawing one walk.

Sporadic pitching problems hurt VCSU in sweep to NSU

April 12, 2012

With a big four-game series against Jamestown coming up this weekend, the Valley City State University baseball team used a different pitching strategy than it normally would in a double header sweep to NCAA Division II Northern (S.D.) State University.
Instead of starting one guy and keeping him in as long as possible, the team constantly rotated pitchers, splitting the 14 total innings amongst 10 different pitchers. None stayed in longer than two innings.

April 11th

Going the distance: Distance runners bring depth, experience to VCHS track

April 11, 2012

When Valley City High School runner Ruth Ihry started with the school’s track and field team, she wasn’t much for distance.
“She used to be a sprinter,” her teammate, Allyson Suhr, said with a friendly, if not slightly accusatory tone. “We converted her.”
Asked why, Ihry thinks for a minute.
“All my friends,” Ihry said.
Now, Ihry has become one of the numerous distance runners on a team that has plenty of depth in the area.

Valley Twisters do well at state

April 11, 2012

The Valley Twisters gymnastics team improved on an already great season earlier this month at the USA Gymnastics state championships in Bismarck.
Over 200 gymnasts from all across the state competed in the three-day meet.
The team was lead by Taylor Johnson, a Level 8 gymnast, who rejoined the Twisters after her first season in high school gymnastics. She placed second on the floor with a 9.225 and took third in the beam. She also placed sixth on the bars and eighth on the vault. Her all around score of 34.150 was good for sixth place and also qualified her for the 2012

April 10th

Valley Twisters start search for new coach

April 10, 2012

The Valley Twisters gymnastics club has started the search for a new head coach and executive director deciding to part ways with Jon Liardi Monday night.
"The long-term best interest, with respect to safety of students and growth of program, wasn't to have him on board as a coach and director," President Bobby Koepplin said Tuesday.
Liardi said he was asked Wednesday morning to turn in a letter of resignation, though he was unsure whether he would.

Lack of depth hurting Hi-Liner baseball team

April 10, 2012

JAMESTOWN — Suffice to say, the Valley City baseball team hasn’t had the smoothest start to its season.
For one, the team currently has a handful of ineligible players, leaving only nine players to fill out the roster.
The result is nine guys, some playing out of position, who are forced to take all the at-bats, pitch all the innings and hold down the fort until some of the missing pieces are eligible later this month.

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