September 14th, 2014
Saturdayâ€™s meet in Fargo turned into a major gathering of Eastern Dakota Conference powers and other schools from Minnesota and North Dakota. It was good preparation for EDC [Regionals], which will be coming in only four weeks.
Solid performances were turned in by several Hi-Liners; tough competition, cool weather and a flat course led to several personal-best times. Every one of the Hi-Liner boys competing had a PR for [his] respective distance. Several of the girls had their best times of the season.
Varsity Boys 5k
25. Casey Engelhard 17:37 PR
2014 Co-Ed Softball champions Wendel Auto Body.
BACK ROW, FROM LEFT: Justin Magee, Cody Nelson-Olstad, Aaron Heck, Keegyn Heck, Justin Thornton and Tyler Stearns.
FRONT ROW, FROM LEFT: Haley Oster, Lynae Klemisch, Sarah Wendel, Mindy Schwab and Hilary Kulczewski. Not pictured: Jarin Thornton, Nick Nielsen, Shane Everson, Gina Thornton, Erika Calkins and Mariah Olstad.
No. 4 Wendel Auto Body beat No. 5 Flatt Farms/Service Master, 7-0, in the quarterfinals, No. 1 Captainâ€™s Pub, 8-6, in the semifinals and No. 3 Boomerâ€™s Corner Keg, 9-8, in the championship.
It was Central Dakotaâ€™s Homecoming in Cooperstown on Friday, but Dickinson Trinityâ€™s night.
Five-foot, 10-inch, 160-pound senior running back Coltyn Nelson picked up 157 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries as Trinity scored their first win â€” in the AA West as well as in general â€” in two years, 27-0.
In October, Hospice of the Red River Valley will offer free educational workshops for adults and youth who have recently experienced the death of a loved one. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
On a recent trip to China and Hong Kong, Pat Biel visited seven cities, took a river cruise, and had the opportunity to enjoy the region's history and culture. More in Friday's Times-Record.
Keith Alinder is thrilled with the results of Wednesday's benefit dinner for Tower City's Tammy Richman Benefit dinner at the Tower City Community Center. More in Friday's issue of the Times Record.â€¨
Valley City hosted Fargo Davies on Thursday as Eagle experience prevailed in an 8-1 Eastern Dakota Conference match.
Enderlinâ€™s Eagles fly, but Maple Valleyâ€™s Raiders soar.
Thursdayâ€™s District 2-opening duel between two rivals separated by 36 miles had even less separation through three sets, but Raider resilience kept Maple Valley on top for a 3-0 (25-21, 25-21, 25-17) RaiderDome sweep.
Maple Valley opened the first set up 16-13 and held on.
Enderlin jumped out 7-6 in the second, but leads of 16-12 and 23-18 gave Maple Valley the win.
An 11-11 tie started the third set, but Raider leads of 20-15 and 22-17 sparked the sweeping 25-17 win.
Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg News takes you to the south lawn of the White House and Lower Manhattan as President Barack Obama, Vice President Joseph Biden, and First Lady Michelle Obama join Americans in observance of a moment of silence in remembrance of the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks 13 years ago today.
The first West Nile virus-related death of the season in the state was confirmed Tuesday by the North Dakota Department of Health. More in Thursday's Times-Record.