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FOOTBALL: Grafton's Stand Cuts Hi-Liners Short

September 14, 2014

Power running met air attacks as Nate Rodriguez and AA No. 5 Valley City opened East Region action on the road against Zak Hernandez and Grafton on Friday, but defense made the difference in the end.
Up 20-14 late in the fourth quarter, Grafton held on a goal line stand for the upset.
Eli Allen’s five-yard first quarter touchdown run completed a 70-yard drive. Hernandez’s two-yard run tied it at 6-6, but Rodriguez’s rushing touchdown and Cody Halverson’s two-point catch in the second quarter put Valley City up 14-6.

Junior Varsity Girls 2nd at Fargo North Meet

September 14, 2014

Saturday’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
(75 Runners)
25. Casey Engelhard 17:37 PR

Wendel Auto Body Wins Co-Ed Title

September 14, 2014

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 Captain’s Pub, 8-6, in the semifinals and No. 3 Boomer’s Corner Keg, 9-8, in the championship.

TITANIC CLASH: Trinity Crashes Central Dakota's Homecoming for 1st Win in 2 Years

September 14, 2014

It was Central Dakota’s Homecoming in Cooperstown on Friday, but Dickinson Trinity’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 — in the AA West as well as in general — in two years, 27-0.

Power running met air attacks as Nate Rodriguez and AA No. 5 Valley City opened East Region action...
Saturday’s meet in Fargo turned into a major gathering of Eastern Dakota Conference powers and...
2014 Co-Ed Softball champions Wendel Auto Body. BACK ROW, FROM LEFT: Justin Magee, Cody Nelson-...

 

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