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SPORTS THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I 0, 2014 Pae 7 Meal8 are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: French toast stix, sauce L: vegetable beef soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, fruit B: cereal, yogurt L: pizza, green beans, sauce Mon- B: cereal, yogurt L: taco hot dish w/beans, corn, sauce Tues- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: knoephla soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, fruit Wed- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: scalloped potatoes & ham, green beans, dinner rolls, sauce FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVlLLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to chaulge. Thurs- B: pancakes, syrup, juice L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, Peg. tray, fruit cups Fri- B: raised donuts, assorted cereal, juice L: baked potato bar, assorted toppings, fruit salad, Peg. tray Mon- B: fried eggs, toast, juice L: BBQ's potato salad, chips, cheese slices, baked beans, Peg. tray, fruit sauce Tues- B: grilled cheese, juice I: pizza noodle hot dish, buns, Peg. tray, fnfit sauce Wed- B: French toast, juice L: chicken tortilla soup, assorted sandwiches, cheese slices, crackers, vet. Tray, fruit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peamut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: taco bake Fri- B: muffins, yogurt L: hot dogs, baked beans, potato chips Mon- B: brq_akfast pizza L: chicken dumpling soup Tues- B: cinnamon rolls L: hot sandwiches w/mashed potatoes & gravy Wed- B: French toast L: sloppy joes, potato chips PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun buffer, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: chili, Fri- B: breakfast pizza L: baked potato bar w/toppings Mon- B: cereal, toast L: hot dogs, baked chips Tues B: pancakes, sausage L: BBQ riblet on bun, beans Wed- B: cereal, toast L: hamburger hot dish VALLKY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Fresh ve.gies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- hamburger, mashed potato, gravy, corn Fri- cheese pizza, green beans, sherbet Mon- taco in a bag, black bean salsa Tues- chicken burgers, corn Wed- cheese breadsticks, peas VALLEY- EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs-WG bread sticks w/marinara sauce Fri- hot ham & cheese, assorted chips, California Medley Mon- pancakes, sausage links Tues- chicken burgers, triangle hash browns, baked beans Wed - meatballs, mashed potatoes w/gravy VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, vegie bar, dessert, peut buffer and jelly served with 11 meals. Thurs- hamburger patty on WGR bun, cheese slice, macaroni salad, cookie Fri- WCR cheese pizza, Italian pasta salad Mon- macaroni hamburger hot dish, french bread, green Tues- baked ham, scalloped potatoes, WGR dinner roll, carrots Wed- taco salad, salsa, cheese, corn, cookie tsggies roll to road win over Lakot-..-- - ktmore-Dakota- Prairie By Chris Larson for The Press . LAKOTA, N.D. The Park River-Fordville-Lankin Aggies foot- ball team continued on their winning ways on Friday night on the road in a 40-6 win against the Lakota-Ed- more-Dakota Prairie Raiders in Lakota. The Aggies scored 19 points in the third quarter alone, all on touch- downs by junior running back Cadyn Hunter. In the third quarter alone, Hunter had nlshing scores of 14 yards, 75 yards and 51 yards re- spectively. Quarterback Abraham Hankey continued on his offensive domi- nance, as he added to his first- game total of six touchdowns with two more in the victory. He led off the game with a 4-yard touchdown run, and then in the second quarter, scored on a 16-yard quarterback keeper. L-E-DP's lone touchdown came in the second quarter, as Colton Berg connected with Rob Kuchar for a 65-yard pass. The Larimore Polar Bears will travel to Park River for this Friday's football game. The game will begin at 7 p.m. at the Park River Area High School football field. It's the first of three straight home games, as matchups against North Border and Photo: Larry Biri Midway-Minto will occur over the next few weeks. Above: Aggies Cadyn Hunter finds running room up the middle. The Aggies traveled to Lakota and downed the Raiders 40-6. Volle00alE Titans surge past Spoilers at home Aggies fall to Rolla By Chris Larson then led to a DVE run. The teams for The Press would then trade points for a brief EDINBURG, N.D. Utter si- time, before the Titans took over and lence on one end of the court, tri- eventually took a 9-6 lead, before the umphant jubilation on the other Spoilers stormed back and took a - was the scene following Drayton- lead, albeit short lived, t, Valley-Edinburg's 3-1 victory over The teams would trade points, the rival Graflon Spoilers. eventually working the score to Grafton was coming offa tough 23-21 DVE. five-set loss to the North Border Ea- That's when things looked bleak, gles earlier in the week, while the Ti- for the Spoilers. Coach Krysten  : ................ tans were cgmingg.ffastmigtj..tsqt , Stutlien then saw, a spaxk, as the., sweep of the Dakoia Prairie Kglits. ' "" ....... t Spoilers pulled back to, and even So, the advantage was definite- went ahead by one point An errant ly in the Titans favor coming into the serve went into the net, and the sec- game. ond set then went DVE's way, win- It was a packed house in the Val- ning 26-24. ley-Edinburg High School gymna- The third set was all Grafton ear- sium, and Coach Kelli O'Toole ly on, with the Spoilers taking the saw her Lady Titans persevere early 10-7 lead. But then the Titans through tough times, coming out on took charge again. At one point, top in a big matchup in league DVE had a lead of l4-10 in the set. play. The Titans rallied from that O'Toole did note that there still is work to be done, but many good point, and outscored the Spoilers 11- things came out of Thursday's 8 in the final stages of the third set, - ........ to put the set away 25-18 in favor Photos: Larry Biri league opener for the Titans. of the home team. DVE's Jalyn came up with some The fourth and final set saw Top Left: Park Riv- plays on the defensive side that gave the Titans an edge on the offensive Gmflon make a late charge, but it er Area Aggies Pey- side of the court, was too little, too late, as the Titans ton Cole goes up In most cases, Larson was set up won the final set 25-21. for a kill shot at the by Kalyn Woinarowicz who was Ally Braathen was strong from net against Rolla. credited with 23 assists in the con- the serving line, leading all players The Aggies fell to test. with seven service aces. Those Rolla in four 20-25, Set one was won by Graiton 25- service aces made the difference 25-21-25-17 and 22- 19. It contained moments of good down the stretch for the Titans. play by the Spoilers. DVE jumped "I give Graffon a lot of credit," 25. It was the home out early and led 11-5, before O'Toole said. "They're a heck of a opener for the Ag- Grafton found their spot on the team." gies.T0p Right: Ag- court, scoring six straight points. DVE was led by Larson's 16 gies Taylor Dalby Cwaffon then went on a 7-4 nan to se- kills. (left) and Hannah cure their lead for the win. Grafton's Emma Suda led the Swartz go up for a ......... I ' The difference maker of the Spoilers with six kills, four service block at the net. night was the second set, one in aces and l0 assists. Bottom: Claire which the teams both jockeyed for The Titans' next volleyball match Welch set the vol- position, will be a non-conference game leyball at the net. The Spoilers jumped out to an against the North Star Bearcats, on early 4-0 lead in the second set, pro- Sept. 9, in Cando. pelled by the serving of junior set- They'll be on the home court on ter Jaden Hanson. Hanson's service Sept. 16 against Hatton-Northwood error brought the lead to 4- l, which in Drayton.  II in all 90 North Dakota I dally and weekly newspapers i for only [Call your newspaper [ i.eesaea9 [ details HELP WANTED MCLEAN COUNTY' IS hidng one or more full-time Deputy Sheriffs. Apply by 4:00 PM CDT on Septem- ber 17 by calling 701-462-8541. MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring one or more full-time Jailer/E-911 Dis- patchers. For more information re- garding this position call 701-462-8541 or email tlguder- jahn@nd.gov THE EMMONS COUNTY Ambu- lance is looking for a full-time Para- medic. We are a progresswe ambulance service with liberal stand- ing orders. Send resumes to: Em- mons County ALS Ambulance, PO Box 850, Linton, ND 58552. 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