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PAGE 6 THE PRESS FEBRUARY 19, 2014 Photos: Larry Biri Left: Park River-Fordville-Lankin Aggies Jordan 0mile drives to the basket against Drayton-Valley-Edinburg Titans Jacob Larson, The Aggies downed the Titans 65-48 in the District 4 quarterfinals Friday night in Grafton, Top Right: Drayton-Valley-Edinburg Titans Ben Phelps looks for a teammate to pass the ball to while being closely guarded by two Aggies, Bottom Right: Grafton Spoilers Garek Droog goes up to block a shot of the Aggies Spencer Rehovskyo The Spoilers downed the Aggies 77-42 in the semifinals of the District 4 Tournament in Grafton Saturday night, )fAr J~r,r~r r-r*~,~Ar 131.4/~ ]r7 ! :-= '-: ~ --: 3: -----?Z Jt J~ uiJ f Above: Park River- Fordville/Lankin Aggies Ashley Fontaine gets a face full of Grafton Spoil- ers Betsy Jiskra's hand. .Fontaine scored 11 points in the Aggies 44- 38 win over the Spoilers. Right: Aggies Whitney Carlson puts up a shot while being closely guarded by two Spoiler defenders. middle school students, who are at by JeffMoe, who won first place. a crucial stage in developing and Team members included Rachel sustaining math interest and abil- Klose, daughter of Paul and Char- ity. lotte Klose, Casey Vargason, son The totE'ithree individuals with of Chris and Cindy. Vargason, thqlhlgh st scores trom Walsh Alexan~ra Knuts0n, daughter of Cdtlnty were: Eirst place, Jacob Rodney and Patty Knuts0n, and Ham, son Kirk and Vicki Ham of Courtney Loftsgard, daughter of Park River; second place, Toby Bill and Heather Loffsgard. Zikmund, son of Tim and Jacqi The Pembina County team Zikmund of Park River; and third from Cavalier, coached by Alex place, Charlie Thompson, son of Holen, took second place. Tearfi Ron and Jennifer Thompson of members included Cameron Jen- Park River. nings, son of Steve and Joy Jen- The top two teams with the nings, Austin Urlaub, son of Jeff highest scores from Walsh Coun- and Michele Urlaub, Jayden ty were: first place, Park River Wheeling, son of Jason and Area Team, consisting of Jacob Tiffany Schmelz, and Tristan Sott, Ham, Toby Zikmund, Charlie son of Troy and Carrie Sott. Thompson and Julia Koppang, Pembina County individual coached by Mr. Jonathan Berg; winners were: first place - Rachel and second place, Minto Team, Klose, Valley-Edinburg, second consisting of Killian Coffinet- place- Tristan Sott, Cavalier and Crean, Daniel Coffinet-Crean, third place- Kealie Fitzsimonds, Dominic Shuster and Morgan Cavalier. Hovde, coached by Mr. Jarrod The overall winner of the Dale. Walsh/Pembina County Math- Top team from Pembina Coun- Counts competition was Rachel ty was Valley-Edinburg, coached Klose, Valley-Edinburg. Photos: Submitted Top Left: The Walsh team with the highest score came from Park River Area. Students on that team included Charlie Thompson, Toby Zikmund, Jacob Ham and Julia Koppang. Top Right: The top Pem- bina team was Valley-Edinburg, which included (I to r) Rachel Klose, Courtney Loftsgard, Alexandra Knutson, and Casey Vargason. Rachel also earned. Highest Pembina score and highest overall score. Bottom Left: The top three individuals with the highest scores from Waish County were: Jacob Ham, first place; Toby Zik- round, second place; and Charlie Thompson, third. Following competition, the party through a generous donation students were treated to a pizza from Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson. Reachall of North Dakota with Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1.866-685.8889 ~ a. I| HELP WANTED DO YOU LOVE sales and advertising? Are you at ease with selling face to face? 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