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Pa e 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2_015 By Kevin Skavhaug Hey Remember back in... February of 2009 when the Aggies defeated Hatton Northwood 76-40 in boys basketball. Evan Koenig led the Aggies with 20 points fol- lowed by Max Otto with 12. Jay Jelinek and A.J. Hensel each had l 1. January of 1961 when the WCAS Aggies defeated Grafton 72 to 62. LeRoy An- derson led the Aggies with 17. The Aggies would go on to claim 3rd place honors at the State A tournament that season. January of 1948 when Tom Colwell had 9 points in a 37-33 loss to Devils Lake. Also that year Billy Fer- guson jumped 118 feet to win 3rd place at a ski jump competition in Dalton, Min- nesota. October of 2009 when Jay Jelinek ended his PRFL foot- ball career with 42 touch- downs; the most ever scored by an Aggie football player in the histolT of PRHS. February of 2009 when Brianna Barclay led the Val- ley Edinburg Titans to a 39- 24 win over Cavalier. Bar- clay had 16 for V-E. February of 2009 when Mike Foerster had 16 in a 65- 42 loss to North Border. Also scoring for the Flyers on that night were Nick Smestad with k0 and Shane Whaley with 8. March of 2009 when Katie Ralston stole the ball from a Kenmare Honker with :16 seconds left to play. The steal would lead to the game win- ning basket for the Flyers as they won game one of the State Class B tournament 61 - 56. The Flyers would go on to take second place in that year's state tournament. March of 2009 when the PR boys basketball team im- proved to 20-1 by winning the District 4 tournament 61- 46 over Grafton. Justin Mozinski led the Aggies with 13 followed by Cole Solseng's 12. Paul Holland led all scorers with 23 for Grafton. The Spoilers would turn the tables in the Region championship game a week later defeating the Aggies by two in what many say was the best class B boys region basketball game they ever saw. Photos: Larry 3iri Left: Aggies Taylor Daibey should be a force at the net. Right: Bin Kovarik, though not tall is very alhletic md will be called on for her "digging" ability. Bottom Right: Sherry Currie returns to coach the 2015 Aggies Voll y- ball team. By Kevin Skavhaug of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The 2015 version of Park River Fordville Lankin Volleyball is about to take center stage and this year the Aggies are looking to regroup and get back on top in super district play. Last year the Aggies finished fourth out of the 14 teams in the district but were eliminated in the opening round of the Region tournament by Hope Page Fin- ley Sharon. "Our goal this year is to finish in the top two spots," said head coach Sherry Currie, "we want to avoid having to play- in like we did last year." The Aggies will return a team with a lot ofexpefience and athleticism. Seniors Peyton Cole, Mandi Sein and Erin Ko- vadk will be the key leaders on the team andall have exten- sive varsity experience. Juniors Taylor Dalbey aid Bailey Bene- da look to be the other mainstays Ibr PRFL his season. "We have a very skilled group of athletes," sfid Cuarie, "who also have a strong understanding of the game ts well as a pas- sion to play it." Another player looking to step in will be Jinior Jenna Za- velney who will be new to the setter position his year. Fresh- man Amy Seim is also looking strong in pre- eason practices for the Aggies and is looking to crack the stating lineup. There are a few other players coach Currie pointed out as having a chance to make the regular rotation. Sophomores Elaina Swartz, Josie Markusen and Gretchen Brummond could all contribute throughout the season as they are all good ath- letes with "solid skills," Currie mentioned. The Aggies will be focusing on both the little and big things this pre-season. "We are going to work a lot on our serve receive," said Cur- rie, "and hope that it's our defense that will improve as that will be the foundation for success tbr the entire season." The Aggies will open their season on Sept. 3 in Rolla. Foot ]ain can be complicated. Let Dr. Britten get you back on healthy feet! Dr. Joshua Britten offers diabetic foot care, treatment of foot, ankle and heel conditions, and now surgical procedures at First Care Health Center in Park River. FIRST CARE HEALTH CENTER First Care Health Center's Sept. Schedule Dr. Baig, Gastroenterologist ....................................... Sept. 9, 23 (Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, Hepatic Consults) Dr. Joshua Britten, Podiatrist ....................................... Sept. 2, 16 Dr. Ronald Brockman, Ophthalmologist .......................... Sept. 15 Dr. Go, Cardiologist ......................................................... Sept. 17 Dr. Khokha, Surgeon ... ........................................ Every Thursday Dr. Kevin Panico, Oncologist ........................................... Sept. 23 Dr. Potti, Oncologist ......................................................... Sept. 24 Audiocare AM - Brenda Haugen ......................................... Sept. 22 Wakefield Hearing Center 9 AM - 5 PM ........................... Sept, 15 Richard Wakefield, BCH Mammograms, Digital ........................................... Sept. 2, 16, 30 Foot Care Clinic 9AM - 2PM ............................................ Sept. 16 Nuclear Medicine ............................................................ Sept. 14 Dietitian--Christina Bata, LRD ............................... Every Thursday Physical Therapy ...................................... Every Monday--Friday Kassandra Laxdal, DPT Mental Health Therapists-- Carissa Edckson .................................................................. Wednesdays CT Scans available daily MRIs~every Thursday Ultrasounds--every Monday and Thursday DEXA Scans- Bone Density Measurement--Wed. & Friday (Must have a health provider order) Call 284-7555 for an appointment First Care Health Center Park River, ND www.firstcarehc.com PR 'eujt:h H:ee:! e7 eg straJtmn3 Mandatory parent meeting and registration Sunday, Aug. 30 at 7 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. Parents must attend one of the meetings Location: Park River Area High School Alumni Room Termites $100 Mites $225 Squirts $275 Girls 19U NDAHA $325 HS Boys NDAHA $400 PRHB will be hosting TRY HOCKEY FREE DAY on November 7th from lOam-2pm th and February 20 from lOam-2pm T 0 N .*..,. L :> . t-IRS, YE/:\r ARE FREE FOR ANY LEVEL mOSme wWW, l arkrivemarks.com