May 15th, 2014
Hi-Liner junior Jared Lentz qualified for State with Thursdayâ€™s 78 at Kingâ€™s Walk Golf Course in Grand Forks, N.D., from which Valley City came away with ninth place for two event points at 341.
â€śThe team struggled a bit today in conditions that were a bit chilly, but not very windy,â€ť Valley City head coach Buff Murray said.
Freshman Levi Nix shot an 86, sophomore Collin Hoss an 88, freshman Drew Oberlander an 89, senior Dustin Miller a 99 and sophomore Jordan Eggermont a 105.
Nicole Sufficool 23:43
Ryan Coghlan 24:07
Jim McDaniel 26:08
Ashley McFadgen 28:15
Susan Jorissen 28:29
Rachelle Hunt 28:48
Barbara Arbuckle 29:23
Gary Retterath 29:42
Cynthia McFadgen 30:12
Jack Jordan 30:23
Mikey Meester 30:23
Andrea Nelson 32:07
Nadja Johnson 33:23
Kate Curnes-Ramos 33:27
Armando Ramos 33:29
Ken Reid 34:21
Lori Thompson 34:55
Katie Pudas 35:14
Kandace Arbuckle 35:45
Christy Fliflet 37:53
Pat Egeberg 40:21
Brenda Gehlhoff 41:06
Tim Jordan 41:28
Ashley Horner 42:16
Lynae Klemisch 42:17
Reid Nelson 43:20
Valley City State womenâ€™s basketball coach Jill DeVries announced Wednesday that Brooke Brommenschenkel has signed a letter of intent to attend classes at VCSU and play basketball for the Vikings this fall.
Brommenschenkel, a 5-foot-7-inch shooting guard, completed her high school career at Norman County West (Minn.), where she is the schoolâ€™s all-time leading scorer with 1,451 points.
Valley City State senior offensive lineman George Trujillo and senior defensive back Pathen Asuncion have been voted 2014â€™s team captains by their teammates following the conclusion of spring practice, and two more captains will be named after fall camp.
Trujillo, an El Paso, Texas native, human services and psychology major and two-time All-Conference selection, returns from his 2013 team captainship.
Connie Reiten, newly named director of the Valley City State University Community School of the Arts, said Tuesday, â€śI am really looking forward to the challenge. (the current director) offered the position to me, and asked me if I was interested.â€ť More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Some new events are planned for this year's Rally in the Valley community days weekend. In addition to the Relay for Life taking place that weekend, new events are the Mighty Thomas Carnival and live music following the second annual mud bogs.
More in Thursday's Times-Record.
Mary, Mary, quite contrary; how does your garden grow?
If Mary is in North Dakota, her garden probably isn't growing very well at all.
But all is not lost. According to horticulturalist Esther McGinnis, Cass County Extension Agent, while gardening season is lagging behind the average, its about on-par with last year.
"We're going to be planting later than usual," she said.
More in Thursday's Times-Record.
The Great Plains Food Bank will be distributing donated perishable food items, such as fresh vegetables and bakery goods, to people in need of food assistance from 10 a.m. to noon this Friday, May 16, across from Valley City's North Dakota Winter Show Arena.
All in need of food assistance are welcome, no referrals or preregistration are required.
The Great Plains Food Bank is a program of Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota.
Valley City State head football coach Dennis McCulloch announced on Tuesday the addition of four student-athletes who have signed letters of intent to attend VCSU and play football for the Vikings this fall.
Linebacker Austin Erickson and offensive lineman Spencer Turck are both seniors at Devils Lake High School, where they wrapped up successful prep careers: Erickson was named All-EDC and 2nd Team All-State this season as well as being voted Co-Team MVP. Turck was voted the teamâ€™s Outstanding Offensive Lineman and was named All-EDC Honorable Mention.