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May 13th, 2014
Fargo North sophomore Nathan Hegstad held Valley City batters to three hits to take Fridayâ€™s first game at Charlie Brown Field, 13-0, then junior Bryce Schroeder no-hit Valley City through five innings for a 17-0 win in the second.
Read this story in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Hi-Liner track and field set 16 new personal records at Fridayâ€™s Fargo South Classic Invite, from which the boys team took fifth of five teams with 41 points.
New personal records include:
Sophomore John Halgrimsonâ€™s 19-foot, 4-inch Long Jump for second place and eight points
Junior Ashley Durheimâ€™s 74.96 seconds in the 400-meter Dash for 11th and six team points
Freshman Caleb Reignâ€™s 45-foot, 2-inch Discus Throw and 77-foot, 3-inch Javelin Throw
Freshman Hunter Olstadâ€™s 45-foot, 1-inch Javelin Throw
Sophomore Lucas Juryâ€™s 25.98 seconds in the 200-meter Dash
Hi-Liner girls tennis won a home doubleheader against Grand Forks Central and Fargo Shanley on Friday, then tied for seventh at the 16-team East/West Invitational in West Fargo, N.D.
Hi-Liner softball, having struggled to capitalize in recent games, scrambled the batting order and won both of Fridayâ€™s games at Grand Forks Central, taking the first contest 13-3 and the second 15-4.
â€śWe flip-flopped No. 2 through No. 7 in the batting order,â€ť Valley City head coach Jason Lindgren said. â€śTheyâ€™ve been in same spots for years, and maybe some got comfortable. We hit better, and weâ€™ll find out early this week how our newfangled lineup works against Fargo North and West Fargo.â€ť
Read this story in Monday's Times-Record.
Valley City State sophomore Jessica Meland won the Womenâ€™s Shot Put and the Womenâ€™s Hammer Throw, sophomore Jenna Coghlan the Womenâ€™s Javelin Throw and senior Wayne Engelhard the Menâ€™s 1,500-meter Run as the Vikings hosted Fridayâ€™s North Star Athletic Association Invitational against Jamestown, Dickinson State and Dakota State.
Melandâ€™s toss of 12.12 meters (39 feet, 9.25 inches) earned her the Shot Put crown before she took the top Hammer Throw spot at 50.08 meters (164 feet, 4 inches).
Boomerâ€™s Corner Keg is your Valley City Parks & Recreation Co-Ed Volleyball League champion after finishing the regular season 10-0 for a first-round bye, defeating Centrol 2-1 (25-12, 20-25, 15-8) and taking down Service Master, 2-0 (25-21, 25-19) in the championship.
Jill DeVries, previously the Valley City State womenâ€™s basketball coach of 14 years before stepping down last June, is the coach once again, athletic director Jack Denholm announced on Tuesday.
DeVries replaces Cathy Hanek, who resigned after one season.
Read this story in Friday's Times-Record.
Valley City State menâ€™s head basketball coach Jeff Kaminsky is the North Star Athletic Association Coach of Character, an award bestowed upon a head coach outstanding in embracing the five core values of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Champions of Character Initiative â€” integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership â€” and using methods of teaching character through sport, and in community leadership through volunteering or service, the NAIA announced.
Valley City seniors Jessica Denholm and Dierra Diegel announced their college intentions on Thursday at the Hi-Liner Activities Center, where Denholm signed a letter of intent to advance her volleyball career as a setter at Waldorf College and Diegel signed to play basketball as a forward at Northern State University.
Read this story in Friday's Times-Record.
All six Hi-Liners carded season-best rounds Wednesday at CrossRoads Golf Course in Carrington, N.D., as junior Jared Lentzâ€™s sixth-place 76 led Valley City to seventh for four points at 330.
â€śConditions were maybe the best we have had all year, which is hard to believe, as they played 18 holes in the drizzle and rain today,â€ť Hi-Liner head coach Buff Murray said. â€śNo wind was a big plus for the first tournament this year.â€ť
Senior Dustin Miller shot an 83, freshman Drew Oberlander an 85, sophomore Collin Hoss an 86, freshman Levi Nix an 88, and junior Ian
Schweitzer a 90.