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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS Wednesday; June 1.2,20 !9 . . ,: Pase 7 FARGO, N.D. --North Dako- Langdon Area/Edmore/Munich ta Class B Baseball 2019 All- --Grant Romfo; Hillsboro/Cen- state resutls are as follows: tral Valley -- Colton Anderson, First Team Patrick Limke; Northern Lights -- Park River/Fordville-Lankin Trevor Decoteau; Sheyenne-New -- Nathan Zavalney, Adam Zaval- Rockford -- Bo Belquist; Car- ney, Nick Thompson; Thompson rington-- Lucas Geiszler; Rugby -- Cadyn Schwabe, Clay Oden- -- Shayden Luna; LaMoure- bach, Marcus Hughes; North Star Litchville-Marion--Alex K/ever; -- Gavin Miller; New Rockford- Kindred-Richland -- Trenton Sheyenne -- Theodore Allmaras; Duchschere, Hazen -- Isaac Doll; Carrington -- Kyle Leapaldt; En, Beulah -- Braden Zuroff; Velva- derlin/Maple Valley -- Chance Bye, Jacob Johnson; Velva/Drake- Drake/Anamoose Tace Pederson; Anamoose -- Enrique Gonzales; Surrey -- Alex Hanson; Minot Minot Bishop Ryan/South Prairie Ryan-- Logan Merck; Bottineau -- Kersey Harris; Bismarck Shiloh -- Riley Olson; Des Lacs-Burling- Christian -- Canaan Fagerland, ton -- Dante Gunville; Ray -- Shear Huntington, Jaden Mitzel; Trevor Hayes Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood/Glen- Class B senior athlete of the burn -- Zane Wenstad, Dalton year--Adam Zavalney Moberg. Class B coach of the year -- Seeond Team Brett Omdahl, Park River/ Grafton -- Matthew Suda; Fordville-Lankin JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Ten University of Jamestown track and field athletes earned Dak- tronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors, announced by the NAIA on Friday, May 24: Seven women Track and Field NAIA Scholar- Athletes Lindi Chadwick (JR/Jamestown, N.D.) I Physical Education Teacher Education Allison Foster [ Exercise Sci- and three men comprised the UJ ence . ,: :-, ,A anda Geo ge (SR ountain Three Jimmies Alhson Foster -- Valley, Cali )I Health arid Fitness (SR/Rugby, N.D.), Dakota Wagner Administration (SR/Jamestown, N.D.), and Matt Young (SR/Woodland, Wash.)-- earned the award for the second consecutive season In order to be nominated by an institution's head coach or sports Julia Johnson (JR/Park River, N.D.) [ Nursing Moira McNally (JR/Chokio, Minn.) [ Biology Meghan Orr (JR/Ypsilanti, :- Photo: Larn/Bid Above: ldegan Larson, aboard her horse Donald, rounds the barrel at the Aggie Arena during the 2018 season. She will compete in poles at Nalionals. tt- information director, a student- N.D.) [ Elementary Education- Special Needs " athlete must maintain a "nimum - - - - .' DENVER -- Megan Larson, an e ghth named a National Junior H gh Finals Rodeo 7 p.m. on June 23rd, and 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. each grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 Kylee Voigt (JR/Jamestown, grade student at Park River Area School has World Champion, To earn this title,-contest- da3 thereafter. scale, must appear on the eligibility N.D.) I Exercise Science earned a position on the North Dakota State Na- ants must fnish in the top 20 -b'ased on their Along with great rodeo competition and the certificate for the sport and have at- Daniel Palmer (JR/Royalton,tional Junior High rodeo team and will be trav- combined times/scores in the first two rounds chance to meet new friends from around the tended two full years as a non- Minn.) I Computer Science cling with fellow teammates to Huron, South - to advance to Saturday evening's final ,n k]-ll-l~'D 1- 1-, transfer or one full year as a trans- Dakota Wagner ] Computer . ;, . . ~. - ~.u~,u~ z~ax~x.tx wuHtw~tauta nave tuc Ul~l~Ottu- uaKota, June z. m mru June zvtn to compete rouno worlo cnamptons wlll then be deter- ; o t fer. Science ', -. vo. on ~y ~Jy ~ P Y at the 15th annual National Junior High Finals mined based on their three.round .combined test/ant dances famil oriented activities ,y , 2019 University of Jamestown Matt Young I BiochemistryRodeo (NJHFR) in the Pole Bending compe- times/scores New this year]s a $50,000 added . . . - -,' enurcn services sponsoreo oy me reuowsmp tmon. money, optional jackpot, available everyone .f Featuring roughly 1,000 contestants from 44 at finals, who careso t9 enter./,: . o tcnnsuan bowooys, ano snoppmg at ttle T NJHFR tradeshow, well at ]'uck Drlv( Wanted states, five Canadian provinces, Australia and Again/this y ar(ithe SatUrda2 champi2" as as visiting area Mexico, the NJHFR is the world's largestjun- onship erfo e ill be t.eie ised nation i, ,tra ti0ns as Huron hosts the NJHFR this year. ior high rodeo In addition to competing for ally/is a art0ftheUinch High School Rodeo To)follow your local favorites at the NJHFR, Full time, Part time, Local and Over more than $80,000 in prizes, NJUFRcon]est- Tourteleeast: erie q0.RFD- l-V. Live':broad- itwww.NHSRA.comdailyforcompletere- ants will also be vying for more than $200,000 casts"df ;ill NJHFRperformances will air on! Suits. For ticket information and reservations, the Road. No Northeast loads in college scholarships and the chance to be www.RidePass.com. Performanee'ti s' wi itwww.sdstatefair.com. Contact. Marvin at 701-248-3204 ! Stop by our Ireenhouse to fill decorate ten day! ur;commu n per. Get your subscription to the Walsh County Press today. Call 701-284-6333 with your neighbors, because what's important is often closest to home. www.firstun itedonline.eom