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January 12, 2010 The Press Page 7 Thurs. Jan. 14 - Wed. Jan. ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY JAN. 14 B: Cereal, pbj sandwiches L: Chicken noodle soup, assort sandwiches, carrot sticks, crackers, sauce JAN. 15 B: Toast, sauce & milk L: Pizza, green beans, applesauce JAN. 18 NO SCHOOL JAN. 19 B: Cereal, pbj sandwiches L: Hamb Mac hotdish, green beans, sauce JAN. 20 B: Breakfast wrap, sauce L: Chili, shredded cheese, crack- ers, caramel rolls ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL JAN. 14 B: French toast L: Hamb Mac hotdish, corn, cookies or apples JAN. 15 B: Cereal, toast. L: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, baby car- rots, fruit JAN. 18 NO SCHOOL JAN. 19 B: Cinnamon raisin frosted pretzel, slice oranges L: Tator tot hotdish, pickles, lettuce, cookies JAN. 20 B: Cereal, toast L: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes w/ gravy, carrots & dessert EDINBURG PUBLIC SCHOOL Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Meals are subject to change without notice. JAN. 14 L: Baked potatoes, ham slice, corn, fruit JAN. 15 L: Pizza, salad bar, fruit, sugar cookies JAN. 18 NO SCHOOL JAN. 19 L: Pancakes, sausages, scrambled eggs, juice cup, carrots w/dip, fruit JAN. 20 L: Hamb. gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, fruit - FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. JAN. 14 B: Smokies, fruit, hot cocoa L: Chili, bread sticks, veggie bar, fruit JAN. 15 B: Breakfast pockets. L: Hot dogs, chips, beans, veggie bar JAN. 18 NO SCHOOL JAN. 19 B: Scrambled eggs, toast, fruit sauce L: Spaghetti, veggie bar, chocolate cake JAN. 20 B: Cereal, toast, fruit. L: Soup and sandwiches, veggie bar, fruit VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk served with aH meals. JAN. 14 L: Barbeques, cheetos, cheese, pickles, vegetable, dessert JAN. 15 L: Hot dogs, Tater Tots, vegetable, dessert JAN. 18 NO SCHOOL JAN. 19 L: Tater Tot hot dish, vegetable, dinner roll, dessert JAN. 20 L: Spaghetti, garlic toast, lettuce salad, vegetable, dessert, Round 3 Fargo Davies places seventh; Hatton-Northwood doses out at eighth By Chris Larson get-go as they .led 14-6 after one, For The Press cruising away to victory. They led The Hatton-Northwood 31-17 after two, and 43-31 after Thunder went into last three. Wednesday's final game looking Leading the Eagles was Brady for one thing--pride. Their final Jordahl with 13 points, while opponents and last chance for a win Connor Camrud added 12. at Wednesday's seventh place game Hatton-Northwood's big guys, at the Park River Holiday Kyle Pederson and Mike Paulson, Tournament was the IV team from had 16 and 13 points respectively Fargo's to be opened school, for the eighth place Thunder. But the Fargo Davies Eagles This article was mistakenly not kept the Thunder from doing that, printed in the Jan 5 issue of the defeating them 62-42 to take the Walsh County Press and reprinted seventh place game at the touma- here to complete the Holiday ment. Tournament coverage. Davies had the game from the Grafton-Park River takes in two wins By Misty Boyle For The Press As the Grafion-Park River Spoilers headed in to two east dis- trict conference games, they proved that even after a long Christmas break they had to get two big wins under their belts. The Spoilers first game was against the Devils Lake Demons. Kicking off the game, the fn-st Spoiler goal, scored by Cole Anderson, came at the eleven- minute mark in the first period. While the momentum was high, the second Spoiler goal was scored coming only three minutes later by Sam Tweten. The first period ended with the Spoilers on top by 2 goals. As the second period was underway, the intensity was turned up by the Demons. Crashing the net, the Demons thought they had scored a goal but was later called off due to a scuf- fie in the crease of the net. The game continued on but the Spoilers ended it with a 2-0 win. The second game of the week was against the Red River Rough Riders. The Riders defeated the Spoilers earlier this year; howev- er, not the case on this cold Saturday night. As the game began, both the Spoilers and the Riders rallied back and forth hoping to get the first goal. As the minutes ticked by in the first, zero goals were scored. Unfortunately, with thirty odd seconds to go in the period, the Riders scored their first goal putting them up by one at the end of the first. Filing on the ice, the Spoilers were ready for their first goal. Luckily for the Spoilers, it would set off a scoring streak. Junior forward Cole Anderson scored the first Spoiler goal only a few min- utes into the second period. Sam Tweten quickly scored a second goal following the first. But, as the Riders felt the heat kick in, they went to score their sec- ond and last goal of the game tying it up 2-2 half way through the second period. '! A tie would not last long for the riders. Two consecutive goals came for the Spoilers lead- ing to a score of 4-2 at the end of the second period. Goals scored by Paul Dusek followed by a goal from Joey Demers. This goal was Duseks first of the season. The third period started with the Spoilers on top by two goals. The Riders crashed the net hoping to come out on top but a Spoiler goal would come with a small margin of time remaining in the period. This goal was scored by Ryan Callahan. !i! !? The game ended at a score of 5-2 with the Spoilers on top. All Spoiler goals were scored on power plays making them 5 for 5 in the game. An amazing win for the Spoilers and as Head Coach Jay Haugland said, "this was the first time beating Red River since our State Championship game against them...this was a big win!" The Spoilers will play the Grand Forks Central Knights Tuesday, Jan 12 (tonight) at the Centennial Center. F ordvdle-Lankln-Park River Flyers action Fordville-Lankin-Park River Flyers Sydney Larson fights with Hillsboro Burros Kadie Doeden and Kali Stene for the loose basketball. Larson had 14 points against Hillsboro last Tuesday. (Photo: Larry Biri) By Chelsea Babb For The Press FLYERS v BURROS The F-L-PR girls basketball team beat Hillsboro on Tuesday night in Fordville 74 to 36. The Flyers outscored the Burros in every quarter: 21-7, 15- 7, 16-13, and 22-19. Shayna Ruzicka led the team in scoring with 21 points. Lexi Erickson was close behind with 17, Sydney Larson .with 14, Courtney Rehovsky with 10, Tessa Zahradka with 6, Sadie Void with 4, and Riley Francis 2. Mikkaela Toenies led Hillsboro in points with 9, Kali Stene 8, Rachel Meyer 6, Kaci Cole and Annie Breen each had 5, Becca Heinitz had 2, and Anna Gordon 1. FLYERS v EAGLES The F-L-PR Flyers took on the North Border Eagles in Park River on Friday night. The Flyers won it 73 to 41. The Flyers outscord the Eagles in the 1st, 2nd, and 4th quarters: 28- 14, 13-2, 14-16, and 18-9. Lexi Erickson led the scoring with 21 points. Tessa Zahradka had 19, Shayna Ruzicka with 15, Sydney Larson with 7, C0urtney Rehovsky with 5, Riley Francis 4, and Sadi Void 2. Brenna Carpenter had 11 points to lead the Eagles in scor- ing. Hailey Longfin wasn't far behind with 10, Kyla Horgan had 8, Kieran Horsley with 6, Maddie Bjomstad 3, Jadyn Symington 2, and Jaime Clark with 1. The Flyers' next game will be in Larimore Tuesday, Jan 12 (tonight). Flyers Shayna Ruzicka gets by Hillsboro's Rebecca Heinitz for a layup during the game in Fordville last Tuesday, Ruzicka had 21 points against Hillsboro, (Photo: Larry Biri) By: Mary Jo Olson If your child is in the pri- mary grades of the Park River Elementary School and throws around the names of teachers other than "their" teacher, it may be the result of a "Swap Day." If you stop in (especially around holidays) and see small folks busy in the hallways, with paper and pencil it is a Swap Day. The primary grade teachers have found Swap Days to be invaluable at times when the energy level of students is the highest and listening skills the lowest, like around holidays. By pooling ideas and resources, those days have turned into manageable, fun, learning experiences. The students from the class- rooms are all combined and then put into equal groups with younger and older students in each group. Each group travels from classroom to classroom partic- ipating in a variety of activi- ties. Before Christmas, K- 1 had a "Gingerbread" Day. The whole group listened to the Gingerbread Boy story. Then fn'st graders and their kindergarten' partners meas- ured with gingerbread boys, counted with tally marks and made paper gingerbread hous- es. The next day the pre-school- erS joined in on counting games, story book activities, reindeer games and the making of a winter mural. First graders participating in Swap Days get a chance to be leaders, guiding the younger students to their next activity, going over directions and pro- viding assistance. They may be the "writer" for the younger ones who are lacking skills to make all the letters. For the younger students, it is a chance to see the fu'st grade rooms and get to know first grade students and teachers better. They get an introduction to future activities that they can- not complete on their own now, but can be successful with the support of a first grad- er. Listening, learning and laughter combine to make a Swap Day one that both stu- dents and teachers look for- ward to with enthusiasm and delight. Aggie Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School