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.... , = :_ _ .... ": ~ -. .= . =... :." :... .. . . ,4 .... , =, SPORTS Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2 I, 20 I 5 / Photos: Larry Bid Above: One of the states best Fallyn Freije of Lakota-Edmore scored only 15 points against Park River-Fordviile/Lanldn in a 49-45 win. 15 points is a quiet night for Fallyn, but being a unselfish player, she had numerous assists, draw- ing sometimes three Aggie defenders, Fallyn dished the ball to teamates undemeatkthe bas ket for easy points. Right: Aggies Hannah Swartz j, played well; scoring 20 points in the Aggies close 49-45 loss to a good Lakota-Edmore team. Left:. Park River Fordville/Lankin Aggies Claire Welch tries to drive by Lakota/Edmore Raiders Fallyn Freije. The Aggies fell to the Raiders 49-45 in Park River Saturday. St. Thomas 51st Annual B-Squad Tournament.--2015 ..... Admission Adults: 55,00 Students:$3.00 Preschool: Free MIDWAY/MINTO "B" . Game 5 F-- -- :, 1/30/15 NORTH BORDER i l3:30 P'M' ~ 1/27/151 i 5:00 P.M. I LGRA_ January 27, 30, 31 I Gam4 7 1/3oh5 6:30 P.M. Game 10 Game 12 t zl3Yls 1. Y15 Consolation 5:00 P,M, PARK RIVER/FI. 8:00 P.M. Champion ~ame3 1/27/151 i6:30 P.M. Game 6 Game 8 1/30/15DRAYTON/VE tlJOlls 5:00 P.M. iGame 4 1/27/151 S:00 P.M. i g:00P.M. / RAFTQ Champion i Game 9 __! z/3ms 7th Place i 3:30 P,M, Fish Fry ST. Thomas American Legion January31, 4-9 P.M. Game 11 ] 1/31/15 31~ Place 6:30P.M. ST. THOMAS, N.D. --Area Fordville-Lankin v. Midway/ B-Squad boys will be the fea- Minto C squad. Following will be tured athletes on Jan. 27, 30, and Game 4: Drayton/Valley-Edin- 31 at the 51 st annual St. Thomas burg v. Grafton/St. Thomas B B Squad Tourney. squad with winners moving on to Tournament play will kick off game 8 and losers of those two at 3:30 on Jan. 27 with Game 1: brackets to play each other in Midway/Minto B squad v. Cava- game 6 on Jan. 30. lier. Following will be Game 2: Championship and consola' North Border v. Grafton/St. tion championship will take place Thomas C squad with winners of on the evening of Jan. 31 with game 1 and game 2 to play each third place and seventh place other on Jan. 30 in game 7 and games preceding. losers to move to game 5. Con- The cost of admission is $5 for tinuing play at 6:30 on Jan. 27 adults and $3 for students. will be Game 3: Park River/ Preschoolers are free. ..~ 7-:r, h,-1 /~ EDINBURG, N.D. -- The Val- has been rescheduled. ley-Edinburg Girls Basketball The Larimore Polar Bears wil Game vs. Larimore that was post- be meeting up against the Valley- poned following the tragic bus/ Ediburg Titans (7, B, A) Friday, train accident in Larimore on Jan. 5 Feb. 13 in Crystal starting at 5 p.m. Photo: Larry Bid Above: Drayton-Valley-Edinburg Titans Ben Phelps drive to the basket for two of his twelve points in the Titans 58-41 loss to Grafton in Edinburg. School in carrying the lead banner include: Fr. Kurtis Gunwall, Spir- Knudston, Harvey; Shelby Cyr, for the March for Life. itual Director; Allison Scholand, Danielle Durand, Hoople; Kaitlyn This year marks the 18th year Buxton; Dawson Kraft, Joel Weigel, Kintyre; Anthony and the diocese has been represented Miller, Cavalier; Grace Wood- JayDee Bach, Levi and Chase at the March for Life. In addition stead, Cooperstown; Kayla Heley, Jackson Jelink, Lidger- to participating in the March for O'Toole, Mary Thoelke, Crystal; wood; Eva Lahlum, Marion; Life on Wed., Jan. 22, pilgrims will Cambrigh Schmitz, Tayler Temes, Austin Braun, McVille; Emily also take a one day trip to Em- Devils Lake; Isaac and Nicholas Bitz, Napoleon; Adrianna Klocke, mitsburg, Md. to visit the Mother Tousignant, East Grand Forks; Micah Nicolai, New Rockford; Seton Shrine, attend the Vigil Tara Bartholomew, Rachelle Colleen Samson, Park River; Mass for Life at the National Sauvageau, Ryan LaPlante, Fargo; Joshua Pfeifer, Rugby; Dacotah Shrine of the Basilica of the Im- Kaitlyn Nelson, Grafton; Karen Blanchard, Harrison Young; St. macutate Conception in Wash- and Emily Dosch, Fr. Greg Thomas. ington D.C. and tour the Mall Haman, McKenzie and NatalieThe March will be televised on area. Johnson, Daniel Kraemer, Grand the Catholic television EWTN. Pilgrims for this year's journey Forks; Lundsey English, Christyn Check local listings. , FLY ZNTO THE Arrive in style in 2015, Polar style, with speeds 3 to 10 times Faster and up to 3 times lower in price, Polar broadband lnternet will have you flying! Our broadband service includes speeds up to 200 Mbps, free spam filter and email virus protection, up to 5 email accounts.a monthly enewsletter~ 500m6 of space for a personal website, free webmail and 24/7/365 technical support at. 888.700i7652. Sign up for Polar broadband Internet between " .January 1-31, 2015 and we'll install it For FREE! Already have Polar broadband.9 For a limited time you can 701.284.7221 800.284.7222 www.thin kpola r.com \ t