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Page 12 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018 Photos: Larry Bid Top Left: Aggie center Adam Zavainey put in a shot from a tough angle while being closely guarded by the Burros Jack Camrud. Adam ,scored 10 points in the game. Bottom Left: Aggies Spencer Skavhaug put up a jump shot over the Burro's Cade Baesler. Spencer scored 13 points in the 65-62 loss to the third ranked Burros. Top Right: Jace Jehlicka drives in for a lay up following a steal against Hillsboro-Ce ai Valley. Jace led all scorers with 23 points in the 6562 Aggie loss. The Aggies gave a tremendous effort against the number three ranked team in the state and the defending Class B State Champions. The Aggies led at halflime 29-28 and maintained a one point lead through three quarters. The Aggies played well as a team, everybody contribulingat both ends of the court and the coaches put together a game plan that came dose to beating the Burros on their home court. But Carson Henningsgard who scored 21 points did what Henningsgards do, score the winning basket on a buzzer beater, just as his brother Kyle did in winning the State B Trde. Have to be proud of those Aggies they gave it their all showing that they can play with the better teams in the state. .J' i :1 t' By Kevin Skavhaug of The Press BUXTON, N.D. -- It came down to the final seconds before the defending state champion Hillsboro/Central Valley Burros could beat Park River/Fordville-Lankin. The Burros snuck out of the Central Valley High School gym with a 65-62 win. The game was a contrast in styles. The Aggies were quicker and ran the floor well while the Burros were strong posting up inside. In the end it came down to a hail mary three point shot by the Burros Carson Hen- ningsgard that banked in for the win. This game was back and forth from the opening possession. The Aggies trailed after one 18-15 but would reclaim the lead in the second quarter. Spencer Skavhaug would pace the Aggles in the first half with eight points including the half's last score to give PRFL a 29-28 lead at the break. In the second half the game changed to a three fest. Both teams traded three point baskets including four by the Aggies Jace Jehlic- ka. The Aggies would lead 60-59 with :40 seconds to play when Jehlicka made a fast break lay in. The Burros would take a 62-60 lead on the three but Adam Zavalney tied it with a pair of free throws with : 11 seconds to play. But the long three pointer sealed the Ag- gies fate as they weren't able to get a shot offbefore the final buzzer. With the loss the Aggies record stands at 8-5. The Burros are 12-1 on their season. Leading the Aggies in scoring was Jace Jehlicka who finished with 23. Spencer Skavhaug had 13 and Adam Zavalney 10. Hen- ningsgard finished with 21 for Hillsboro. I O t I-:ehrua. 'v 2018 On February 8th, go to ,First Care Health Center is raising funds for the "'Cycle of Care" - From the newborn the elderly. Thank you to the 2018 First Care Health Center Giving Hearts Day Match nors for a!s!ng $36,250! First Care Auxiliary First United Dakota M ical Fonndation & Ly|a Pa d;son G afton Drag G te City Bank Terril & Elsie Borge n Steve Currie Saturn Electric, LTD E'" /h F~ HEALTH CENTER Hall's (; 4, LLP First Care Governing Board Karen Anderson First Uni d Insurance Gary & Catherine Pa l on Mark Thompson Family Glenn & Marcia Rost Polar Commtmication Bremer Bank I I UARY OTH 2010 Saint Gianna's Maternity Home has been chosen by Dakota Medical Foundation and Impact Foundation to participate in Giving Hearts Day 2018, which will be held onThursday, February 8th, 2018. Contributions of $10 or more are eligible to be matched up to $22,800 on Giving Hearts Day. Match funding from Dakota Medical Foundation and other generous donors magnifies the impact of your giving. Please go to www.givingheartsday.org to participate. Help us help them CHOOSE LIFE/ 24-hour Online Fundraising Event - February 8, 2018 comm , You Contact Allison or Brook at the Walsh County Press 284-6333 or wcpress@polarcomm.com