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Hunter's 17 gets VCSU past Dickinson

November 20, 2012

When Valley City State University women's basketball coach Jill DeVries looked at the matchup between her team and Dickinson State University Saturday and thought her team could have some fun in the paint.
"We thought we could do some things with our post players because we're probably a litle quicker," DeVries said.
So as the Blue Hawks trapped Valley City's guards, leaving post players open, the Vikings capitalized, getting 29 combined points from Brittany Lehner and Kelsey Hunter in an 81-59 win at W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse in the teams' first encounter this season.

Missed shot puts VCSU men past Dickinson

November 20, 2012

As the Valley City State University mens basketball team left the floor following its 63-61 win over Dickinson State at W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse, there was only a hint of the normal joy that comes with victory.
More than anything, there was disappointment that what seemed a sure victory — a 10-point lead with two minutes left — was ultimately decided by a missed buzzer beating 3-pointer from Dickinson's Anthony Hodges, on an open look from the corner that would have sent the Blue Hawks away with the win.

Editor's Note: No Sports in Monday's Paper

November 19, 2012

Due to a printer's error, Monday's edition of the Times-Record printed without sports pages. Content that was prepared for Monday will be published in Tuesday's edition of the paper.

TNA Mainstays Keep Emphasis on Entertainment

November 15, 2012

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By Scott Schlaufman
trsports@times-online.com
As a fan who once sat in the seats of arenas in North Carolina watching wrestlers such as Ric Flair, Sting, Magnum T.A. and tag teams like the Rock 'n' Roll Express, "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels knows the value of a live event.
"Those matches for me, that's what made me love wrestling so much, is watching these guys live and in color, do their thing," Daniels, a wrestler for Nashville-based Total Nonstop Action Wrestling said by phone Tuesday.

TNA's Jeff Hardy Enjoying Latest Title Run

November 15, 2012

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Throughout the years, professional wrestling has seen its share of face paint, whether on icons such as Sting, the Ultimate Warrior, or even the legendary Legion of Doom tag team.
But nobody in the business has taken it to the level that former WWE World Heavyweight and current Total Nonstop Action World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy has.
Every night before he gets in the TNA ring, Hardy, 35, uses his face to create his latest artistic creation, giving each audience a look to remember him by.

VCSU women lose exhibition game

November 15, 2012

For the first 20 minutes of the Valley City State University women's basketball team's game with St. Cloud State Wednesday at W.E. Osmon Field house, the Vikings struggled at times against a tough Huskie defense, but never let the game get out of hand, even mounting a story run to keep it close at halftime in the 70-45 loss.
But in the second half of the exhibition for the Vikings, which has no effect on the team's win-loss record, the pressure finally got to them.

VCHS Swimmers Do Well at State

November 14, 2012

When Valley City High School sophomore Annie Hart was preparing to take her block for her events Saturday at the North Dakota High School Activities Association State Girls Swimming and Diving Championship Saturday in Bismarck, she knew it'd be a bit different than any other meet.
On top of the packed crowd at the Bismarck State College Aquatic and Wellness Center, she was among those who earned the right to walk in the parade of athletes, an honor reserved for the top eight finalists in every event.

VCSU Grabs 40 Rebounds in Win Over Crookston

November 13, 2012

It goes without saying that not every shot taken in a basketball game falls in, which is why many coaches focus on play after the shot. The difference between a team getting the ball back or giving it up falls in the hands of those underneath the basket grabbing rebounds.
In that regard, Valley City State University womens basketball coach Jill DeVries left pleased after the Vikings' 68-60 win over University of Minnesota — Crookston Monday at W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse.

VCHS Ends Volleyball Season with 3-0 Loss at EDC Tourney

November 12, 2012

FARGO — All year long, Valley City High School senior Jasmine Stevens played a crucial role in the volleyball team's offensive success, and when the team entered Friday's elimination match in the Eastern Dakota Conference tournament, coach Katy Van Dyke had her ready for more.
"I talked to her (Thursday) and told her 'I'm going to depend on you. You might not kill the ball every time, but you are so dependable about getting the ball over the net,'" Van Dyke said.

Nov. 12 local digest

November 12, 2012

VCSU Swept at A.I.I. Tourney
The Valley City State University volleyball team was eliminated on the first day of the Association of Independent Institutions' conference tournament Friday in Mayville.
The Vikings lost 3-0 to both Ashford (Iowa) University and Jamestown College.
Against Ashford, the Vikings had a hard time finding kills and fell 25-16, 25-15, 25-12.

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