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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2015 Page 9 F, d GO, N.D. -- North Dakota in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Reining - Rice, third place State University's equestrian team Association's semifinal competi- Open horsemanship - Ander- ended the season with one mem- tion in Sunbury, Ohio. Four mere- son, fourth ber Competing at the Intercolle- bers qualified to compete inAdvanced horsemanship- Han- giate Horse Show Association's individual classes by finishing as nah Bucheger, a junior from An- National Horse Show in West the champion or reserve champion dover, Minn eighth Springfield, Mass. in regional competition at NDSU Novice horsemanship - Blaine The rider, freshman Nicole An- in February. The riders and their Novak, a senior from Fordville, derson of Fergus Falls, Minn re- placings were: third ceived an honorable mention in Anderson- reining, seventh Intemaediate horsemanship - the American Quarter Horse Asso- Janna Rice, a senior from Mad- Courtney Bolstad, a junior from ciation high-point rider class. She dock - open horsemanship, eighth Fergus Falls, second competed against 24 other high- Angie Norwig, a sophomore Beginner horsemanship - Allee point riders from each region from Hampton, Minn.-intennedi- Lee, a sophomore from Lino throughout the U.S. The sliow was ate horsemanship, honorable men- held April 30-May 3. tion Lakes, Minn seventh "Although Nicole did not make Brogan Novak, a freshman "This year's team was excep- the top 10 in the placings, she had from Fordville - beginner horse- tional, with a good mix of return- two solid rides," team coach Tara manship, honorable mention ing and new talent," Swanson Swanson says. "It is a true testa- The NDSU riders earned the says. "It is a big feat for a univer- ment of her ability and dedication right to compete as a team at the sity to be the high-poim regional to win the regional high-point title semifinals by winning the high- team and have the high-point rider as a freshman. I expect great things point regional team title. The team in the region. This is a testament to out of her in the next three years." finished the semifinals in fourth the hard work and dedication the Earlier this spring, eight, mem- place overall. Riders representing athletes put into being successful bers of the NDSU team competed the team and their placings were: this year." Right: NDSU riders display the ribbons they received in compelilion thisspdng. Pictured are (from left) team mem- bers Courlney Boistad, Nicole Anderson, Hannah Bucheger, Blaine Novak, Janna Rioe and Allee Lee, and coach Tara Swanson. / ;ii!%~!);!! <7~y; i/)i Photo: Submitted ! Above: Across all of the PRFL baseball teams this spring, more than half of the boys could be paired off as broth- ers. The varsity team photo alone makes for an intereslJng match game. Front: Noah Zimmerman, Jackson Han- key, Nick Undgren, Esten Beneda, Abraham Hankey, Landon Wood, Levi Cudmore, Cordell Carlson, Daman Flaten. Middle: Assistant Coach Jake Schauer, Thomas Magnueson, William Magnusson, Will Zimme,Trent Carlson, Ethan Peterson, Steven Thompson, Coach Brett Omdahl. Front: Nathan Zavalney, Jacob Erovik, Adam Zavalney, Charles Thompson. Additional brothers not pictured here include Lanclon's brother, Bryce Wood and the Gaarder brothers, Wil and Shane. 1,1 By Kevin Skavhaug Noah. "Oh, there are times when quiet or one brother will be doing of The Press it's probably not so good but more homework on the bus all the time PARK RIVER, N.D. -- With often than not, we get along while while the other doesn't." 30 kids out for high school baseball we're playing,"Zimmerman "There are a few of them that for the Park River Fordville Lankin added, push each other and that's good," Aggies, you'd figure there would It's generally ill the most coin- said Schauer. "You can see the bound to be some relatives playing petitive of moments when the competitive drive between some of together. This spring PRFL coaches have noticed the "brothers the brothers and that helps become coaches found themselves with will sometimes be brothers" syn- quite a few and they're all brother drome, better players and it helps our team combinations. Just aroundhalfof "'We have a couple of the become better." this year's team shared a common brother combinations that are very According to Tom Magnusson, mailing address, competitive," said Assistant Base- he likes having his brother on the Hankey, Zimmerman, Magnus- ball Coach Jake Schauer, "But team (which by the way, is his twin son, Thompson, Carlson, Wood, nothing has gotten out of control, brother). "It's been good for us to Gaarder, and Zavalney. Times two. Yet." play baseball," said Tom. "We both You would think with all those For the most part, said Schauer, really enjoy the game and work at DNA similarities it would make "the brothers get along great. But it and the competition we can have life easy for the coaching staff; with anyone, it comes down to the between us helps us out." after all, their personalities nmst be individual's personalities. With . Next year'sAggie team will see very similar, some of them if I didn't know it, I two fewer brother combinations. Ahh, No wouldn't even know they areAbraham Hankey and Noah Zim- "It's been ah, tim," said Head brothers because they don't inter- Aggie Coach Brett Omdahl, act with each other very much. merman graduated this year and "There are some interesting dy- With others, it's completely the op- will leave the baseball fortunes to namics going on out there." posite." "And," added Schauer, their younger sibling to go it alone. The players themselves really "it's interesting because even But once brothers, always brothers. don't notice those kinds of things, though they are brothers, some of Both will be keeping a watchful "Brothers are brothers whether them are completely.opposites of eye on how things are going for we're playing baseball or at home," each other: Some talk all the time their little brothers and their Aggie said Will Zimmerman, brother of while his brother might be very baseball team in 2016. LEGAL NOTICES THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, ,JUNE I 0, 2015 Notice Of Public Hearing Street Improvement District No. 2012-2 North Star Addition Notice Of Confirmation & Meeting Street Improvement District No. 2012-2 North Star Addition NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION & assessment list for Street Improvement MEETING District No. 2012-2 for the North Star STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT Addition to the City of Park River, North NO. 2012-2 Dakota has been confirmed by the special NORTH STAR ADDITION assessment commission and is filed with the city auditor's office and is open to public inspection. The Park River City Council will act upon the assessment list Notice is hereby given that the special at a special meeting, Monday June 22, 2015 at 5:15 p.m. in the Park River City Council Room, 514 Briggs Avenue South. (June 3, and 10, 2015) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO, 2012-2 NORTH STAR ADDITION Notice is hereby given that the Special Assessment Commission of the City of Park River, North Dakota has reviewed costs incurred and spread special assessments as shown below for STREET Improvement District No. 2012- 2. A Public Hearing is scheduled for. Monday, June 22, 2015 at 5:15 p.m. in the Park River City Council Room, 514 Briggs Avenue South, to consider appeals to the assessments. Each property owner benefitted by the project was notified by letter regarding their assessment. If a property owner did not receive a letter regarding that individual's assessment, the individual should furnish the City Auditor's office with the individual's present address and the Auditor will then mail a copy of the individual's assessments. 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