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June 4th, 2014

Nelson's Single Completes Valley City Babe Ruth's Sweep

June 4, 2014

It took all five innings of Tuesday’s late game for Valley City Babe Ruth to sweep LaMoure at Charlie Brown Field, but Bryce Nelson’s walk-off single capped an 11-10 comeback after Nate Rodriguez’s one-hitter in the 12-2 five-inning opener.

“Games like these make you old quick,” said head coach Lance Lukes of the second game, in which Valley City gave up leads of 5-1 and 6-2.

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Read this story in Wednesday's Times-Record.

June 3rd

Valley City State High School Football Camps Underway

June 3, 2014

Valley City State football began its annual high school team camps on Sunday, and the programs continue through Saturday.

VCSU expects more than 600 student-athletes and coaches on campus this week, from 27 different 9-Man and 11-Man teams.

Nine-Man Team Camp runs Sunday through Tuesday and is expected to include 13 teams. Eleven-Man Team Camp runs Thursday through Saturday and will feature 14 different teams.

Each camp’s final day features team scrimmages, and both camps conclude with an Overtime Challenge at 4 p.m. on Tuesday and Saturday.

Teams attending camp:

9-Man

Megan Johnson Wins Class B State Long Jump, Triple Jump

June 3, 2014

Enderlin-Maple Valley senior Megan Johnson won the Class B State Long Jump title at 18 feet and the Triple Jump crown at 37 feet, 6.50 inches May 23-24 in Bismarck, N.D., to which Barnes County North and LaMoure/Litchville-Marion competitors also qualified.

Read this story in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Kost, Carlson, Ulmer, Gibson Join Viking Volleyball in 2014

June 3, 2014

New Valley City State volleyball coach Adam Longmore announced on Thursday that Jenna Kost of Casselton, N.D., Courtney Carlson of LaMoure, N.D., Tanys Ulmer of Marion, N.D., and Billie Gibson of Blackfoot, Idaho have all committed to attend VCSU and play volleyball for the Vikings this fall.

Read this story in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Allyson Suhr Returns to Valley City State

June 3, 2014

Allyson Suhr, Valley City State women’s basketball’s latest addition, is a familiar face for local fans.

Viking women’s basketball coach Jill DeVries announced Thursday that Valley City native Allyson Suhr has signed a letter of intent to attend Valley City State and play for the Vikings this fall.

Suhr, a 2012 Hi-Liner graduate, played the last two seasons at North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D.

Read this story in Tuesday's Times-Record.

June 1st

Hi-Liner Baseball Awards

June 2, 2014

Pictured, from left, Hi-Liner senior Austen Meyer won this year’s Ace Award and a Senior Award; junior Jake Miller took home the Gold Glove, Big Stick and Most Valuable Player Awards; senior Austin Berg received the Mr. Hustle Award and a Senior Award; sophomore Ethan Zeltinger is the Most Improved.

Diegel Signs with North Dakota State College of Science

June 2, 2014

Hi-Liner senior Danica Diegel signed a letter of intent on Friday to attend and play softball for North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton.

Pictured from left, North Dakota State College of Science head softball coach Megan Johnson, Diegel with father Paul (left) and mother Tanya (right), and NDSCS’s assistant softball coach.

Falcon Softball 4th at State

June 2, 2014

East No. 3 Enderlin-Maple Valley’s Class B State run in Minot took a turn for the dramatic with Friday’s 16-14 loss to defending champion East No. 5 Central Cass — in which the Falcons nearly rallied from a 7-2 deficit — and Saturday’s sixth-inning sac fly that gave West No. 1 Westhope/Newburg/Bottineau the 1-0 Third-Place Game win.

“It’s not the outcome we wanted, but I’m sure it was a good pair of games for the fans,” said Falcon assistant coach Neva Hamre on Saturday. “It’s hard to play the next day after a game like that.”

May 29th

FCT’s Paige Meyer Commits to Vikings

May 29, 2014

Valley City State women’s basketball coach Jill DeVries announced on May 22 that Fairmount-Campbell-Tintah senior Paige Meyer has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for the Vikings.

Meyer, a 5-foot, 2-inch shooting guard, averaged 10 points, three steals and two assists per game this season as she helped FCT to a 22-3 record and a North Dakota Region 1 runner-up finish. The Rebels won back-to-back District 1 championships in her junior and senior years, and took fourth place in Region 1 last year.

Girls Tennis Awards

May 29, 2014

Hi-Liner girls tennis hosted an Awards Night to announce postseason honors.

Freshman Breanna McDonald won the Coaches’ Award.

Junior Clarissa Olson is the Most Valuable Player.

Eighth-grader Reagan Ingstad is the Most Dedicated.

Eighth-grader Breana Buringrud received the Junior Varsity Coaches’ Award.

Senior Sara Gilbertson is the Most Improved.

Gilbertson and junior Sam Coit took sixth at the Eastern Dakota Conference
Doubles Tournament and finished in the top eight at State in Bismarck.

Ingstad and Olson won the No. 3 EDC Doubles seed and second place at State.

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