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SPORTS Pa e 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2017 Photo: Larry Bid Above: Park River second baseman Jacob Erovick blocks second base to put the lag on Thompson's Calen Schwabe who was thrown out Wing to steal. Park River traveled to Thompson and downed the Thompson 8-4, which ironically was lhe exact score when the two teams meet for the the North Dakota Class B High School Baseball Championship in Jamestown. Park River coming out on top then also. WASHBURN, N.D. -- Thomas Mitchell, Crystal, has qualified to compete in the 2018 4-H National Invitational Match in Grand Island, NE. Mitchell placed 3rd overall in the senior division in the 4-H Archery Shooting Sports State Match held June 9-10, 2907, at the North Dakota 4-H Camp near Washburn. 4-H'ers from across the state competed in 3-D archery, field archery and World Federation field archery. Senior freestyle di- vision participants competed in all three events to qualify for the 2018 4-H National Invitational Match. Senior archers from Stark- Billings, Stutsman, Pembina, and Morton counties finished with top-five honors in the 4-H Archery Shooting Sports State Match. The 3-D archery event con- sisted of bare bow and freestyle di- visions. Participants scored 30 3- D animal targets, with one arrow shot at each for a complete round and total score of 300. The yardages were adjusted for par- ticipants' age, with seniors shoot- ing a maximum of 50 yards, jun- iors 35 yards and beginners 25 yards in 3-D and field archery. World Federation field archery was for seniors only. The archery course had four shooting distances marked from 30 to 60 meters. Photo: Submitted Above: Archers (Norlh Dakota County/Counties Representing at State Shoot) ShiAnne Boehm (Morton)-Alter- nate, Kail Larsen (Stark-Billings), Thomas Mitchell (Pembina), Will Peckham (Stulsman). Not Pictured: Landon Sprague (Stutsman) Senior results by category: score; Will Peckham, Stutsman, FITA - top individuals, Senior Division 731 score; and ShiAnne Boehm, Larsen, 367; Mitchell, 365; Peck- . Freestyle team- Kail Larsen, Morton, 215, alternate, ham, 341; Sprague, 332 Stark-Billings, 787 score; Landon 3-D - top individuals, Field - top individuals: Sprague, Stutsman, 749 score; Sprague, 272; Larsen, 250; Peck- Larsen, 170; Mitchell, 163; Peck- Thomas Mitchell, Pembina, 747, ham, 227; and Mitchell, 219ham, 163; Sprague, 145 FORDVILLE, N.D. -- The 2017 Eagle Ridge Motorcycle Club hosted the 18th annual Hill- climb near Fordville on Sunday July 2. The results listed by place, name, footage/time for each class are as follows: 50cc Class 1st Teagan Jelinek 130' 2nd Kayson Mclean 47' 3rd Ivan Pic 43' 4th Cash Odegaard 42 5th Davis Brekke 42' 65cc Class 1st Teagan Jelinek 160' 2nd DavisBrekke 120' 3rd Easton Odegaard 118' 4th MacyJelinek 112' 5th Cooper Boushee 97' 85cc Class 1st Mitchell Coleman 164' 2nd TeaganJelinek 140' 3rd Macy Jelinek 130' 4th Cody Chyle 130' 12 th Dexter Hoenhouse 4th Nathan Prebe 5.641 s. 5th Logan Peterson 5.809 s. 6th Luke Cipala 5.864 s. 7th Jarret Anderson 6.005 s. 8th Arnie Jelinek6.013 s. 9th Austin Teyler6.075 s. 10th Jacob Prebe 6.189 s. 1 l th Ross Johnson 6.254 s. 12th Lee Jelinek 6.327 s. 600cc Class 1st Braiden Henry 5.260 s. 2nd JacobPrebe 5.471 s. 3rd Harold Waddell 5.554 s. 4th Nathan Prebe 5.661 s. 5th Ross Johnson 5.669 s. 6th Logan Cipala 5.669 s. 7th Austin Teyler5.679 s. 8th Amie Jelinek 5.783 s. 9th Jay Jelinek 5.862 s. 10th Zach Degross 5.897 s. l lth Mitch Dahl 5.929 s. 12th DylanNichols 6.180 s. Open Class 1st Harold Waddell 5.159 s. 2nd Todd Teyler 5.215 s. 3rd Logan Cipala 5.263 s. 4th Mitch Dahl 5.386 s. 5th Austin Teyler5.442 s. 6th Arnie Jelinek5.447 s. 7th Jay Jelinek 5.655 s. 8th ChadJelinek 5.751 s. 125cc Class 1st BradyPesek 8.291 s. 2nd Mitchell Coleman 8.514 s. 3rd Kyle Seibel 8.834 s. 4th Jack Zorn 174' 5th Aspen Busse 167' 6th Seth Johnson 165' 7th Marshall Coleman Senior Class 1 st Justin Odegard 6.016 s. 2nd Todd Teyler 6.096 s. 3rd Todd Cipala 61616 s. 4th Matt Foerester 7.128 s. 5th RickeyPeterson7.434 s. Fearless Females 163' 1st Casey Virkus 6.479 s. tv ' 2nd Katie.Bohn 7.990 s. 8ttt ColbyRos ........................ * : "Megan Gorder 8.137 s. Gorder8.720 1st Brady Pesek 6.928 s. 2nd Braiden Henry 6.990 s. 3rd Katie Bohn 7.802 s. 4th LukeCipala 8.071 s. 5th Robb Kuchar 9.119 s. 6th Seth Johnson 9.979 s. 7th Marshall Coleman 175' 8th Colby Rostvet 174' 250cc Class 1st Braiden Henry 6.246 s. 2nd Zachary Degross 6.300 s. 3rd Nathan Prebe 6.342 s. 4th Arnie Jelinek6.487 s. 5th Dylan Nichols6.605 s. 6th Chad Jelinek 6.677 s. 7th Harold Waddell 6.776 s. 8th Logan Peterson 6.849 s. 9th Colby Rostvet 6.955 s. 10th Ross Johnson 6.966 s. llth Mitch Dahl 7.178 s. 12th Nick Smestad 7.235 s. S. 5th Amy Wolfe 9.127 s. Exhibition Class 1st MitchDahl 5.197 s. 2nd Austin Teyler 5.360 s. 3rd Logan Peterson 5.365 s. 4th Todd Teyler 6.074 s. 5th Harold Waddell 6.081 s. 80 Open 1st Harold Waddell 5.353 s. 2nd Amie Jelinek 5.503 s. 3rd LoganCipala 5.531 s. 4th Jay Sallstrom5.566 s. 5th Austin Teyler5.651 s. Verticross 1st Logan Cipala 2nd Jay Sallstrom 3rd Logan Peterson 4th Aaron Peterka Fastest Time of the Day Harold Waddell 5.159 s. 450cc Class 1st Logan Cipala 5.327 s. 2nd Jay Sallstrom 5.567 s. 3rd ZachDegross 5.597 s. Toughest Ride of the Day Nate Wolfe Catch of the Day Jay Jelinek By Kevin Skavhaug Almost a Carny man ... I've got to admit. Fireworks displays are pretty awesome. We took in this year's Park Riv- er show up on west hill, near the county shop. It was a good van- tage point and the firemen did a nice job once again. It was a great way to end a nice old fashioned a baseball practice at the dia- luster vanished when Doc told Park River Fourth of July. monds, right across from where me I was done with baseball for PR fourths have changed the carny was set up. There were a week or so. Not cool at all. though. You remember the old three of four of us that got their I don't remember too many ones. Parades that lasted what early and were wandering other carnivals up there after seemed like three hours. Baseball through the fairground area be- that although I was at them all. games starting at noon. And of fore practice. All of a sudden one Seems once you become a teen course, the highlight was the of the Carny workers hollered at ager things take on a different three day carnival at the ball di- us with a few interesting exple- purpose and the carnival wasn't amonds. One of my most mem- tives and we took off running, the fairytale land I once thought orable carnivals occured when I While the rest jumped over the it was. But for those younger was 12. Got me three stiches and cable wire to escape from what years, three days of Tilter Whirls two missed baseball games on I imagined was being taken cap- and Zipper's and Ferris Wheels account of that one. tive and made a lifelong Carny and shooting games and cotton I'd never had stiches before, worker, I decided to do a hook candy and hot dogs was about as Doc Barry would get the honors, slide under the cable to the golf grand as it got. I imagined it was ,He was the one who dug the course and freedom. I should my own little Disney World up glass out of my knee, which by have jumped. I did a slick little on the hill. the way, hurt like you know hook slide under the cable, right Looking back now, I am glad what. But he closed it up with six, through what turned out to be a I wasn't captured and made into maybe seven pulls of thread broken beer bottle from the dance a Canry man. As fun as the car- across the wound and I had me up there the day before. I didn't nival was to visit, I don't think I a genuine badge of courage. I feel anything at first but not would have wanted it to become walked out of the downtown long later I noticed my jeans had my life's vocation. Oh, I would clinic thinking I was good as a cut in them and the area was have gotten to see some pretty new. I didn't realize stiches don't soaked in a dark red color,good fireworks shows over the hold like glue and had to turn I imagine coach Langowski years and I'm guessing free rides around and go back in after a few carted me home or maybe I rode for life on the Octopus, but nah, steps down the sidewalk in front my bike but one way or another I'm not a traveling man. So in the of the old Johnson store. I wound up in the clinic looking end, I guess I'm good watching B the story. It was at the insides of my knee. It one fireworks show a year. ght Saturd ): q6Ffiiiig, the last day of was pretty cool; looking at the in- up there by the county shop on the carnival and We were having sides of one's own knee but the the west hill.