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VCHS JV track teams compete in Fargo

May 8, 2012

The Valley City junior varsity track teams were in Fargo Thursday for the Davies Junior Varsity Invitational.
The boys finished in fifth place at the meet and the girls took third.
The only Hi-Liner to win an event was Tia Wagar, who won the 3,200 meter relay, but the team also had success from Barbra Zubrod, who took second place in the 800 and 1,600 meter runs; Jamie Ronning, who took third in the 800, and the 4x100 relay team, which took third.

Junior high baseball team shows character in split with Fargo South

May 8, 2012

In a doubleheader split with Fargo South Thursday, the Valley City Junior High baseball team had plenty of reasons it could have gotten down on itself.
For one, until the Hi-Liners had a walk-off hit to win the first game 4-3 in six innings, they never held a lead.
Then, in the second game, the team allowed six runs in the top of the first inning.
But in both situations, the Hi-Liners simply kept swinging the bat, playing defense, and generally having fun.
The result were two close games — a 5-3 win in six innings, and a 9-6 loss.

VC JO Volleyball team goes 2-2 at tournament

May 3, 2012

Valley City was well-represented at the North Country Region Junior Olympic Volleyball Championships last weekend in Jamestown. Valley City’s 14U team lost its opening matches to Mandan and the Bismarck-based ND Premier, but beat North Fargo and Jamestown to win the Bronze Division championship. The team, which includes players from both the Valley City and Barnes County North school districts, wraps up its season this weekend and has medaled in three of five tournaments.

VCHS hoops players get awards.

May 3, 2012

The Valley City High School girls basketball team honored its standout performers April 22. Pictured are (back) Megan McDaniel, Amanda Tangen, Allyson Suhr, Jenna Jacob; and (front) Clarissa Olson, Jessica Denholm and Tori Enstad. Suhr led the team with four awards, including MVP (voted on by the team) and for leading the team in points, rebounds, and blocks. Jacob won the Hi-Liner Coaches award and led the team in steals. McDaniel led the Hi-Liners in assists, Enstad led the team in free throw percentage.

Thursday (5/3) Local sports digest

May 3, 2012

William Jansen Invitational results
The Valley City High School girls and boys track and field teams took the second and 10th places, respectively, at the William Jansen Invitational meet Tuesday in Valley City.
The boys were led by pole vaulter Paul Viland, who took second with a vault of 12 feet, 6 inches. Distance runner Nick Lee took third in the 1,600 meter run and sixth in the 3,200 meter run.
Seniors Jenna Jacob and Allyson Suhr led the girls team, each getting a win.
Jacob won the 200 meter dash in 26.88 seconds and Suhr won the 3,200 in 12:26.38.

William Jansen Invitional track meet- girls results

May 2, 2012

GIRLS TEAM SCORES
1) Kindred ................................. 99
2) Valley City ............................ 96
2) Lisbon ................................... 96
4) Jamestown ........................... 93
5) Central Cass ........................ 77
6) LLM ...................................... 41
7) Kidder County ...................... 36
8) Oakes ................................... 36
9) Hillsboro ............................... 31
10) Barnes Co North .................. 28
11) MayPort-CG ......................... 26
12) Northern Cass ...................... 25

William Jansen Invitional track meet- boys results

May 2, 2012

BOYS TEAM SCORES
1) Lisbon ................................. 187
2) Kindred ............................... 117
3) Jamestown ......................... 102
4) Sargent County ................. 64.5
5) Central Cass ..................... 55.5
6) Richland ............................... 34
7) Kidder County ...................... 31
7) Northern Cass ...................... 31
9) Ellendale .............................. 29
10) Barnes Co North .................. 27
10) Valley City ............................ 27
12) Oakes ................................... 22

SDSU joins list of schools to snub Sioux

May 2, 2012

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — The leader of University of North Dakota’s alumni on Tuesday kicked off a campaign to dump the school’s Fighting Sioux nickname by reeling off a list of schools that will no longer schedule UND in certain athletics until the issue is resolved.
Tim O’Keefe, CEO of the UND Alumni Association and Foundation, said neighboring South Dakota State has joined an increasing number of schools to snub the Grand Forks college because of the nickname. Other schools include Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota-Morris.

Wednesday (5/2) local digest

May 2, 2012

VCHS softball wins
The Valley City High School softball team had little issue at the plate in a double header sweep of Fargo Davies Tuesday in Fargo.
Over two wins — 5-3 in game one, 15-1 in game two — the Hi-Liners combined for 29 hits, including 20 in the second game.
The Hi-Liners were led by Amanda Tangen, who went 6-9 over the two games.
In the 15-1 win, she went 4-5 at the plate, including two triples. She had four RBI and scored twice in the game.

Seniors Willson, Jacob lead Hi-Liner sprinters

May 2, 2012

Entering her senior season, Valley City High School sprinter Molly Willson knew that her older sister, Morgen, was quite the athlete during her time at VCHS.
What Molly didn’t realize, though, was that Morgen held the school record in the 200 meter dash.
“I didn’t know she held the record until this year,” Molly said.
So when she found out, she made it her goal to make the record her own, a task she hopes to achieve by the end of the season.

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