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i THE V /ALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 20 t 7 Page I I + COUNTY art In county Out of eotmty Out of state 134 138 14Z 'to l et started call 701,Z84.6333. First Month FREE (With 12 month lease) 1 Bedroom Apartment - 2 Bedroom Apartment - $475 All Utilities Paid Laundry Facility Call Katie @ 701-331-2939 Or Prairie Homes Manag 1-888-893-9501 1-800-361 Steven Thompson retired the first two batters he faced, a walk then a triple to deep center field was fol- lowed up by an infield throwing er- ror and before the inning was out two runs had scored. Park River would score three in their half of the first. Three walks and two infield hits fueled Post 147 to the lead. It would remain that way until the third when the Jets would tie it and then in the fourth they would go back on top with a pair of runs making it 5-3. Swanson would provide a game tying triple to the right field comer driving home Will Zimmerman in the bottom of the fourth but the Jets wouldn't fold. The Fargo post would go up 7-5 in the sixth setting up a two inning rally by Park Riv- er. In the bottom of the sixth, down two, and Zimmerman on third, Swanson would get an infield sac- rifice to make it a one run game. Jackson Hankey would then tie it with one swing of the bat as he laced a line drive home run to fight field making it a 7-7 game. The Jets would load the bases in the top of the seventh but Zimmer- man in relief worked out of the jam. In the bottom of the seventh Park Photo: Law Bid Above: Park River coaches Brady Laxdal 0H) anti Brent Zimmerman guid- ed Park River Post 147 to a State N.D. Class A State Toumament berlh. The Toumament at Kratt field in Grand Forks starts Wednesday. Park Riv- er will play a 4:30 game on opening day. Also in the picture is player Will Gaarder. River would end it on the Swanson Park River Post wins game winning single, division championship They went on to defeat the The Park River Post 147 took Grand Forks Blues 13-0. care of business in game one of the North fltar Kitten Monday-Saturday: 6am-9pm Sunday: 10am-8pm Hot Stuff Pizza Large Pan Single Topping Pizzas $10 Subs, Sandwiches, Appetizers, Salads available Noon pecials Men - Chinese Cuisine Tues - Tacos *Wed - Turkey *Thurs - Roast Beef Fri - Chicken Fried Steak * ~UI ar~ .~ev~l with imtatoes and veggies Order ahead (7Ol) 284-7007 championship game of the North- east Region baseball tournament. Post 147 needed just one win to claim the title and earn the fight to play in the state baseball tourna- ment starting today in Grand Forks. But Park River would have to get by a pesky Grafton team first. The Spoilers, who would have to have beaten Post 147 twice to win the regionals, played gallantly but fell just short in this 8-6 game. Tom Magnusson would pick up the win, going five innings and al- lowing just four runs. Will Zim- merman would get the save. The Spoilers would take an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first on a Noah Heichert sac fly and a Justin Young single. Post 147 would get orie of those back in the bottom of the first on a Zimmer- man home run. Park River would blow this one open in the fifth thanks to a two out, two run double to Adam Zavalney that made the score 5-2. Grafton would get back to with- in one at 6-5 in the sixth but in the sixth Charlie Thompson would pick up an RBI single and Zim- merman would add a sac fly to make it 8-5. The Spoilers would add one run in the top of the sev- enth but Zimmerman would strike the final batter out with a man on base to secure the win and the championship. Post 147 is slated to play at 4:30 today in Grand Forks in the open- ing round of the state A tourna- ment. Do you or your group have a story to tell? Contact The Press: (701) =Hva er svo glatt sere g6 ra vina f undur ? " "What is as joyful as a gathering of good frlcnds ?" THURSDAY, AUGUST3RD 1:00 PM Genealogy Center- Mountain Community Center 1-4 PM-Sponsored by Icelandic Roots https://www'icelandicrts'cm/ FRIDAY. AUGUST 4TH 1:00 PM Genealogy Center- Mountain Community Center. 1-4 PM 5:00 PM Mountain Legion Fish Fry - Main Street 9:00 PM Street Dance - Main Street of Mountain - Music by "Boom Town" Sponsored by the Mountain/Thingvatla Fire Department SATURDAY, AUGUST 5TH 10:30 AM Parade - Main Street - Parade will be broadcast live on KXPO AM 1340 Souvenir Sales - On Main Street 11:00 AM Vikur Salad Luncheon - Vikur Church Basement 11:00 AM Genealogy Center - Mountain Community Center- 11:00 AM-4 PM 12:00 Noon Car Show and Shine - Main Street 12:00 Noon Kid's Inflatable Games- North End of Main Street - 12:00 Noon-4 PM 12:30 PM Pedal Tractor Pull for Kids - Main Street 2:00 PM Heritage Program - Mountain Community Center Keynote Speaker: Gu61augur 1 6r 6r6arson, Iceland Minister for Foreign Affairs 5:30 PM Icelandic Communities International Fellowship Supper- Mountain Community Center 9:00 PM Street Dance - Main Street of Mountain - Music by "Front Fenders" SUNDAY. AUGUST 6TH 11:00 AM Worship Service- Vikur Church - Catered Brunch to follow- Mountain Community Center 1:00 PM North Dakota State Tractor & Pickup Pulling Contest- West of Mountain Community Center Cash Raffle drawing to be held after Tractor Pull - West of Mountain Community Center The Souvenir Booth will also be selling Icelandic Hardfish and Raffle Tickets for the cash raffle. Cash raffle prizes of $1,000 and $500 will be awarded, with the drawing to be held at the conclusion of the Tractor Pull on Sunday, August 6th. Traditional Icelandic foods will be available at the Akra Snack Shack during and after the parade on Saturday. Saturday's Parade will be broadcast live on KXPO AM 1340. Honorary Parade Marshals: Vilmar Krist anson Norma Nason V~d us o~ Facebook Follow us on Facebook at "August the Deuce" for instant updates! Visit our website at: www.thedeuce.org I gete fatal un rl tat Underage drinking can't stand to be talked about, EspeciaLLy by you, TaLk with your kids early and often. LEAD.== t 1 i +