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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 2015 By Kevin Skavhaug Hey Remember back in January of 2001 when the Aggies opened the Park Riv- er.Holiday tournament with a 74 tO 58 blasting of the Lari- more Polar Bears. Harley Samuelson and Brian Bell led the Aggies with 17 points. Tyler Moe had 16 and a mas- sK'e dunk and Jon Berg had 15. October of 1974 when the , lng game z,+-,-, over war- rington. John Thompson had fl]ree touchdowns and threw to Greg Chromy for another. October of 1964 when the Aggies also defeated the Car- rington Cardinals 7-6 in an Aggie Homecoming game. Walloln Jenson hit Dennis Hall tbr a 47 yard touchdown. Richard Orsund kicked the extra point providing the mar- gin of victory. October of 1984 when Todd Clow scored the Aggies only touchdown in an 8-6 loss to Kindred. Also on that date, the Edinburg Spartans girls basketball team defeated St. Thomas 46-35. Danette Hammer had 16 to lead the Spartans. Angie Heuchert had 10 tbr the Tommies. February of 1959 when Devils Lake defeated the Ag- gies 70-55. Dick Olson led the Aggies with 17, Leroy An- derson had 15. September of 1952 when the Walsh Aggies defeated the Bottineau Braves 27-25. Allen Strand scored three touchdowns for the Aggies and Andy Flaten one. January of 1964 when Grafton defeated WCAS 76- 61 in the championship game of the Park River Holiday tournament. Larry Houser led all scorers with 25 points. Later that season the Aggies defeated Bottineau 74-46. Jer- ry Clemetson and Gary Lofts- gard each had 13 points. February of 1998 v hen the Aggies won their 4th straight Region Volleyball tournament defeating Langdon 3-0 in the championship game. Nikki Hayward led the team in scor- ing and has been nominated tbr North Dakota's Miss Vol- leyball. Also, Joey Markusen won the Mr. Hockey award for the state of North Dakota. January of 1998 when the Aggies defeated the Border Aces 66-60. Jeremy Houser led the Aggies with 23 points. Nathan Swartz had 16 and Jim Praska. 10. Photos: Larry Bid Above: Park River third baseman Zach Gaarder gets the ball to late to make the tag on the ,Lang- don runner. Right: River catcher Noah Zimmerman m es the force at home By Kevin Skavhaug 147. of The Press In recent tournament action, Post 147 PARK RIVER, N.D. --- The Park Riv- won two mad lost two in the Crookston tour- er American Legion Baseball team used a nament. Park River defeated Wahpeton quick start offense to defeat the Langdon 12-11 and Crookston 11-7. The Pirates lost Red Sox last Thursday 10-5 in league ac- to Roseau 9-8 and East Grand Forks 4-3. tion. Jackson Hankey led the Pirates with Calen Schwabe, a pick up from Thomp- three hits, including a first inning home run. son, led Post 147 with 11 hits in 16 at bats Hankey had three RBI for the game. over the tbur games. Noah Zimmennan had Ben Phelps went the distance on the seven hits, Esten Beneda six and Jackson mound for Park River, allowing just four hits Hankey five tbr the tournament. tbr the Sox. Phelps was also strong at the In game one of the tournament, Damon plate going two for five with three RB1. Flaten, Schwabe, and Noah Zimmerman Park River would score eight runs in the each had two hits for Park River. Zimmer- first two innings and Phelps and the defense man tripled and doubled against East Grand did the rest in picking up the win for Post Forks. The game went the seventh inning tied at 3-3. Zilnmerman's two out double mon Flaten and triple by Andrew Brum- went for naught as he was stranded at sec- mond would provide the late inning offense ond. EGF would rally with a two out dou- to get the PR the 11-7 win. ble and a single would drive in the winning In the fourth game of the tournament, run. Minnesota baseball power Roseau would Game two was a slug fest. Post 147 score a single run in the bottom of the sev- would edge Wahpeton 12-11. Coming enth to break an 8-8 tie. PR would score four down to the final inning again, Zimlnennan runs in the first as they started the gmne with would triple to lead off the bottom of the five straight hits. Post 147 would get four- seventh and a Jackson Hankey single teen hits in the game. But Roseau would would get PR the win. Schwabe would go chip away at the lead through the mid in- four for five in the game and scored three nings. Schwabe would again lead PR with times, a four for four perfomaance at the plate. Ben PR wotfld get four runs in their half of Phelps, Abraham Hankey, Noah Zimmer- the seventh inning to break a 7-7 tie in game man and Jackson Hankey would each col- three versus Crookston. A home run by Da- lect two hits for the PR. GRAFTON, N.D. -- Walsh Nate Tallackson, John Forbes x2, TARGETS County Gun Club results after 7 Dwight Wilson x2, Jody Lee x2, Josh Lien 170 weeks ending July 1,2015 are: Doug Vosper, Jim Thompson, Greg Ron Hultin 170 WINCHESTER LEAGU E Skibicki x2, Josh Thompson, Mark Nic Beneda 167 TEAM NAME Robertson, Chad Gerloff, Rod Josh Thompson166 Centro168 Howatt x2, Jerry Blanchard x2, A1 Thompson 165 Thompson Truckers60 Bud Symington Jim Dusek 165 Thompson Spuds40 SHOOTING 50 STRAIGHT Tom McCama 165 Bremer Bank 40 Andy Thompson, Doug Thomp- Nate Tallackson 165 Really?? 39 son x2, Josh Thompson x2, TomMike Stellon 165 Tallackson Farms36 Polkinghome, Pat Bosch, Ken Fis- SHOOTING 25 STRAIGHT Torkelson Clippers21 chef, Nate Tallackson, Tom McCann, TOP SHOOTERS AFTER 175 Doug Vosper A1 Thompson, Josh Lien, Mark O1- TARGETS SHOOTING 75 STRAIGHT son, Josh Thompson x2, Ron WD Suda 175 DougTholnpson Hultin x2, Nic Beneda, Matt Doug Thompson172 SHOOTING 100 STRAIGHT Beneda, Gary Hove, David Suda Andy Thompson 172 Jamie Bennington, Ron Hultin SHOOTING 50 STRAIGHT Josh Thompson172 SHOOTING 175 STRAIGHT Josh Lien x2, Ron Hultin, Nic Ron Hultin 172 WD Suda Beneda, Jim Dusek Doug Thompsonl70 REMINGTON LEAGUE FEDERAL LEAGUE Tom Polkinghorne169 TEAM NAME TEAM NAME Brad Magnusson 168 Oison Oil 70 He-Mart 51 Jamie Bennington168 Simplot 50 Fordville Coop 50 Tom Olson 168 Extra End 45 Jim's Super Valu50 Greg Skibicki 168 Custom Ag 42 Magnus Force 49 S.HOOTING 25 STRAIGHT JR's30 Welch"s 41 Doug Thompson x2, Andy Zoo Bar 29 Vets29 Thompson x2, Dan Schindele x3, PR Dental 28 Kihner24 Brad Magnusson x2, Tom Olson,TOP SHOOTERS AFTER 175 TOP SHOOTERS AFTER 175 TARGETS PR Legion 52. Ron Hultin 172 McKee47 Andy Gemmill 170 SB Bison 33 Brad Magnusson 169 Kieley Electric 29 John Forbes 169 GLD18 Andy Gemmill 167 . TOP SHOOTERS AFTER 175 Jeff Dahlen 166 . TARGETS JeffDahlen 166 Grant Skibicki 166 Ron Line 171 SHOOTING 25 STRAIGHT Andrew Torkelson167 Marlin Egeland, Gary Hove, Randy Hahne 166 Brad Magnusson x3, Craig Mag-WD Suda 164 nusson, Jerry Blanchard, GregKenFischer164 Skibicki, Andy Gemmill x2, Lynn Mark Olson163 MilleL JeffDahlen x2, Grant Skibic- Luke Wilcox 161 ki, Chris Midgarden, AI Thompson, Jim Mosolf159 Ashley Larson Aaron Melland 158 SHOOTING 50 STRAIGHT Nic Beneda 158 Randy Hahne, John Forbes, Brad SHOOTING 25 STRAIGHT Magnusson, Andy Gemmill, Jeff Aaron Melland, Mark Olson, Dahlen Ken Fischer, .leremy Bosch, Ron SHOOTING 75 STRAIGItT Rock Desautel Line, Nic Beneda, Luke Wilcox, SHOOTING 100 STRAIGHT Mike Foerster Ron Hultin SHOOTING 50 STRAIGHT BROWNING LEAGUE Randy Hahne, Luke Wilcox, TEAM NAME Andrew Torkelson Torkelson Farms62 SHOOTING 75 STRAIGHT Polar53 WD Suda, Ron Line Looking for a challenging, fast-paced job in a clean and friendly work environment'?. 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