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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NAY I 3, 2015 Photos: Larry Bid Above: Aggie sprinters Hannah Swartz (I-r) Julia Johnson and Elaina Swartz round the curve in the 200 meter dash at the Ladmore Invitalional. Photos: Submitted Above: Caden Seim holds the championship b'ophy. By Lori Seim PARK RIVER, N.D. -- In March 2015, Cory, Lori, Caden and Kaylee Seim and Nicholas Mathem headed to New York. Yes, a more normal winter destination would be anywhere south, but we had a hockey tour- nament to attend! We had received an e-mail that was-re- cruiting players to join the Minnesota-Wis- consin Pee-Wee level Above: Caden Seim and coach Mike Richter. hockey team -- to play'a tournament in Hockey Hall 0fFame Very Well in the tourJ Lake Placid, N.Y. in 2002), and a team Well, obviously we are made up of 13 from North Dakota,strangers: seven from but it was something Minnesota, three from that Cory and I dis- Wisconsin, one from cussed, because itColorado, one from would be very fun to Connecticut and one play in the arena from ND- Caden where the 1980 USASeim, number 77. Olympic team beat the Playing a touma- Russians! What ment with strangers hockey family would- can potentially lead to n't love to experience a poor outcome, how- that? Would they even ever, that was not the allow a kid from case! The players per- North Dakota play on formed in each of the their team? And would five games, like a well Caden even want to oiled machine! The of- play in this tourna- fense hustled, back ment or did he need a checked, and kept break from hockey? shooting, the defense silly questions, passed, protected, and After severalbrought the puck up emails back and forth when appropriate and with the team coordi- our goalie was pas- nator, much discus- sionate about not al- sion, and one practice lowing the puck to in St Paul (from 8- pass him (he was 4:30), we were offi- scored on four times cially on the Min-Wis throughout the tour- team. There were sev- ney). However, more eral great coaches (one importantly, they a all coach being Mike had fun, and that's Richter, former NHL what was the most fun goalie who was in-to see. ducted into the We ended up doing nament -- the teams we competed with were teams that played together year around. There were many questions, surprise and whispers from the par- ents of the team's we beat-- how could this hodge podge team beat their hand picked, well-trained players? I do not know how this happened I strongly feel that it laad a lot to do with each players passion for the game, as well as the coaches' ability to make certain the kids had fun during each game. We ended up win- ning all our games, in- cluding the Champi- onship! Caden had three goals and six as- sists, we couldn't have been more proud. What an experience! Lake Placid was fun, the arenas were great, the players and parents were awesome -- but the memories are priceless. @ Top Left: Minto-Miclway Mustangs James Plutowski puts his all into the 200 meter run. Top Right: Titans Laiken Larson won the high jump at the Larimore meet Saturday with a jump of 4-11. Bottom Left: Sandra lqel- land flies thru the air in the biple jump. Bottom Right: Aggies Dylan Myrvik takes the baton from Ifedayo Omo- tunde in the 4x400 relay. LEGAL NOTICES THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY I 3, 2015 Notice to Creditors IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WALSH COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA tN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JUNE ALMEN, aka JUNE Y. ALMEN, DECEASED Probate No. 50-2015-pr-00021 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the appointed p~,~ui,~ ~pie~en~attve of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after DAVID L. PETERSEN the date of the first publication of this ATTORNEY Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the ND BAR NO. 03742 Personal Representative at the address below or filed with the Court. 800 HILL AVENUE P.O, BOX 636 DATED this 16 day of April, 2015. GRAFTON, ND 58237 TELEPHONE: (701)352-0570 Joel OlsonATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Personal Representative of the REPRESENTATIVE Estate of June Almen PO Box 192 Hoople, ND 58243 (April 29, May 6, May 13, 2015) Ignoring Identity Theft In thct, someone is xSctimizcd by identity flactt ece9, two sa'ond~ Peace of mind costs just $2 per month. That's the price of ID ThefiSlnart fi'om First United Bank, a pmgu'am in which experts help ,~m to lint your idcntitT back in order if it is cvcr compromised. Find out more aS Nrst United Bank toda). '; :" T !'