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THE WALSH COUNTY PREss WEDNESDAY,AUGUST 30, 2017 | Page7 By Kevin Skavhaug A bit of a throwback I had to take a double take Sunday night when flipping through the channels I noticed something of a throwback and I like throwbacks. Retro's the thing now you know. As I noticed the San Diego Chargers, oops, now the Los Angeles Chargers playing the Los Angeles Rams some- thing looked different. The Rams helmets were old school. Gone are the gold ram stripes and in their place white ones like they had back in the 70's. Back to the days of Deacon Jones, Merlin O1- son and Roman Gabriel. Not that I was much of a Rams fan but they were a pretty good old NFL team. So my interest was peaked and watched them for a series or two until their number one draft pick Jarod Goff threw yet another interception. Goff of course was the guy draft- ed number one a year ago, one spot ahead of North Dakota's Carson Wentz. I wonder if they wished they would have gone the other way. I think one day they will realize they missed their chance a quarterback who can be a solid NFL player: Later that night I' even tuned in to watch the end of the Vikings and 49er's and to be honest, I was very im- pressed with the quarterback the Vikings had on the field who orchestrated a two minute game winning drive. From what I saw, I think he just made the team. I am waiting anxiously for the start of the regular sea- son mostly to watch Wentz in action in year two. I think the Eagles made some good moves in the offseason and will be more of a threat with- in the division this year. I hope so. There's not much more in the NFL to peak my interest other than seeing a North Dakota kid play on t.v. each week. And in a way, he's a throwback of sorts too. Seems like he's got things in per- spective and not only plays well but represents himself on and off the field the way it should be. Not like that Kaepemick guy or the hand- ful of other NFL players who won't respect our nation. In any case, if you're a football fan, have a great NFL season. By Kevin Skavhaug ter turning the ball over twice in of The Press the quarter themselves, the Burros PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The would make amends and strike on first play from scrimmage here their first play after the fumble. A Friday night was an eye opener for 20-yard touchdown pass from both Hillsboro/Central Valley and Ryan Troftgruben to Carson Hen- Aggie fans. A 63-yard catch and ningsgard tied the game and the run from Adam Zavalney to conversion gave the Burros a lead Helgeson had the Aggies on the they would never relinquish. board in the game's first 14 sec- From there it was all' Burros. onds. After that the Aggies strug- Their next score would come gled. from their defense. A 13-yard in- The Burros came into this game terception returned for a touch- as a highly regarded team making down began a 22 point second their debut in the ranks of Class A. quarter for HCV. By halftime the A state AA semifinal loss to state game was for all intents and put- powerhouse Bismarck St. Mary's poses out of reach at 30-6. last year, the Burros return a team "We did some things well", said full of potential to do good things Head Coach Robert Goll, "but we in their new division. It was ap- had too many turnovers against a parent here Friday that they de- very good team and that hurt us." serve the accolades. And the Aggies indeed do some HCV scored 42 unanswered things well. In the second half the points and crusied to a 48-12 offense found a rhythm, thanksin win. The Aggies held their own part to some quality runs by through the first quarter. Leading Zavalney and some nice defensive 6-0 with less than a minute to play plays on the other side of the ball in the quarter, the tides turned for The Aggies would add a score the Aggies when they committed late in the game as Zach Bosh their first of four turnovers on the went in from 15 yards out. night. A mishandled punt at their The Aggies travel to Westhope own 20 yard line gave the Burros this Friday to open region play. the opportunity they needed. Af- Game time slated for 7:00 p.m. Photos: Larry Biri Top Right: Aggies Bryce Wood has the pass taken away by a Hills- boro/Central Valley defender. The Aggies dropped their opening game 48- 12 in Park River Fdday night. Top Left: Aggie defensive back lan Helge- son breaks up a Burro pass play. Bottom Left: Aggie running back Zach Bosh scored on a 15-yard run. Middle Right: Aggie defensive back Bryce Wood peels the handsaway from lhe ball of a Burros receiver for a in- complete pass. Bottom Right: Aggie quarterback Adam Zavalney watch- es the flight of his pass. Adam connected with wide receiver lan Helge- son for a 63-yard touchdown. our goes 1erev Call 284,6333 today for rates, Our hometowns are where we live, work and make all of our decisions. Bank with your neighbors.and you can be sure that it puts communities first. ) oMETOWNS i, FIRST UNITED Bank Member Putting You First Fmc J