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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018 By Kevin Skavhaug It was a Three-for-all The theme at the Cen- tral Valley gym Friday night was the number three. The boys basketball game between the Aggies and Burros was epic. The number 3 ranked team in the state needed a 3 point banked in shot by Carson Henningsgard (who wears number 3) to win by a margin of 3. The 65-62 loss by the Aggies can be a good thing. Hold on here. From my perspective, this year's Aggie team has grown steadily from the start of the season. With two re- turning starters from last year's team (Adam Zaval- ney and Jace Jehlicka) and no other player that has hardly any varsity time un- der their belt, the Aggies are starting to jell. So the game against the highly touted Burros can be seen in a positive light. Losing isn't always a death knell. Fact is, it hardly ever is. Losing is paramount to build re- silience, resolve, or what- ever you want to call the idea that through failures you learn and get better. So yes, it was a tough game to lose but on the other hand, the effort and ability the Aggies showed Friday proved that this team can play with anyone in the state. Even the de- fending state chaml ions. The great coach John Wooden once said, "You can lose even though you outscore your opponent and you can win even though you didn't" Again, from my per- spective, this year's Aggie team takes some pride in their defense. The coach- ing staff has put together some very effective defen- sive schemes that the kids have bought into. They work hard on that aspect of the game. And offen- sively, with each game they are jelling with one another better than they did the game before Yes, I'm biased, but it's hard to argue it hasn't been fun to watch. Want some other fun three facts from Friday's game. Each team hit five 3 pointers. Six for Hillsboro if you count the 3 free throws made by the Burros on a close foul call on a three point shot. Each team reclaimed the lead three times in the final three minutes of the con- test. The last lead change of course occurred with the winning shot with of course, :03 seconds to play. Great effort Aggies. It was fun to watch. Photos: Larry Bid Top Left: Park River/Fordville-Lankin Aggies Amy Seim launches a three point shot against North Star. Amy was the only Agg!e in double fi .ur.es 1.1 in !he . 5. -35 Am.y's outside shooting is a bright spot in the Aggies offense at this time. Top Right: Aggies Amy Seim makes apass while lying on the floor to teammate yoney voner aner oiving to eep me basket- ball from going out of bounds. Amy the leader of the team makes up for her lack of size (5'1,) with a tremendous amount of competitive drive giving it her all whenever on the court. The A. gies fell to Thompson 49-40, Bottom Left: Aggies Gigi Brouillard scored nine points in the Aggie loss to .Thompson. Bottom Right: Park River/Fordville-Lankin Aggies Hannah Gordon dnves past Thompson defenders for two of her seven points. The Aggies fell to Thompson 49-40 =n Park River. By Kevin Skavhaug who started the game with a pair of three point- back in this trailing 29-25 as the third quar- From there the Aggies went on an eight of The Press ers. PRFL increased that lead to 8-0 before ter ended, minute scoring ought and it was more than PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The North Star North Star closed out the final six minutes and But the cold shooting didn't go away for enough time for the Tommies to make Bearcats seem to have the Aggies' number, kept it close, the Aggies as they just weren't able to finish amends on a slow first quarter. Thompson Once again North Star fotmd a way to win but Seim would hit her third trey of the first half off shots. A three pointer late by Gordon made would race to a 22-16 halffime lead thanks in this one might be more on the Aggies' cold midway through the second quarter to give the it a 37-31 game and moments later a driving part to aggressive offensive rebounding and shooting than anything else. Sometimes the Aggies a 17-10 lead, but the Bearcats fmished layup by Josie Brodina closed the Bearcats strong play inside on the offensive end. ball just won't go in the hole. with a flurry including a three pointer by lead to four but North Star sealed this one from When Seim made her final three pointer So it was for the Park River/Fordville- Stephanie Miller that sent this one to the half- the free throw line shooting 12 of l4 in the fi- with two minutes to play in the game the Ag- Lankin here Monday night as the Aggies had time locker room tied at 17. nal quarter and took home a 43 -35 win. gies were within nine but that was as close as one of those nights from the field. For the last Early in the third Bailey Schroeder gave the they would get as the Tommies finished this three quarters of the game, the Aggies just Aggies a 23-19 lead, but from there the Toinmies v PRFL final: 49-40 one winning 49-40. couldn't get the ball to drop from the outside Bearcatswentona 10-0 run and took a lead When Amy Seim made her second offour Seim would lead the Aggies with 12 or the inside, they never gave back. The Aggies would not three pointers with 2:51to play in the first quar- points. GillianBrouillardfinishedwith9and The Aggies led l2-8 after the first quarter score for six minutes in the third. HannahGor- tergivingtheAggiesal0-91ead, itwouldbe Hannah Gordon 71Mackenzie Hughes led all thanks to the early hot shooting of Amy Seim don ended the drought and that got the Aggies the last time PRFL saw themselves on top. scorers with 13. City of Park River, ND Notice of Election and Deadline to File Petitions By Kevin Skavhaug three pointers enroute to his game of The Press high points. Adam Zavalney GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The was the main threat inside as he Aggies boys basketball team took collected points at the basket. care of business Saturday in Grand Park River led 23-12 after one Forks as they defeated the Crook- and were up 43-30 at the half. A ston Pirates 75-60 in the annual Nathan Zavalney basket early in Compton Memorial/South Forks the fourth pushed the Aggie lead Lions Shootout. The Aggiesto 20 and from there the Aggies jumped out to a quick 13-3 lead kept rolling. The win puts the thanks in part to a pair of short Aggies season mark at 9-5 with six range jumpers by Spencer regular season games remaining. Skavhaug. The Pirates were nev- Adam Zavalney led the Aggies er able to get any closer than ten with 28 points. Jace Jehlicka added the rest of the way. 20 and Nathan Zavalney 12. The Jace Jehlicka continued his hot Aggies have won seven of their shooting as the senior guard lit it last eight games and will play up from the outside hitting four North Star at home Friday night. THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018 City of Park River, ND Notice of Election and Deadline to File Petitions Council Member Ward 2 (4 year term) Council Member Ward 3 (4 year term) Park Board Member (3 positions) The Park River City election will be (4 year term) held in conjunction with Walsh County's Primary Election on Tuesday, June 12, A candidate for city office must submit 2018. Walsh County will conduct Vote by a completed SFN 2704 Mail. The only location to vote on Election Petition/Certificate of Nomination and a Day is the Farmers Room at the Walsh completed SFN 10172 Statement of County Courthouse. Interests to the City Auditor by the above deadline. All forms are available from the Notice is hereby given that the City Auditor's office, 514 BriggsAve S, deadline for filing a petition to have a PO Box C, Park River, ND 58270. For candidate's name printed on the ballot for additional information call 701-284-6150. the City of Park River, ND is Monday, April Your ad goes here! Call 284-6333 today for rates. 9, 2018 by 4:00 p.m. The following ci~ oflic are 'p for : Mayor (4 year term) (Jan. 31, Feb. 7, Feb. 14, Council Member Ward 1 (4 year term) and Feb. 21, 2018) A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens~ everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years, North Dakota newspapers also post public notices on ww~.ndpublicnotice~.com at no charge to units of government.