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Page I 0 THE WALSH COUNTY PR s; \yV :;: I : 'IBER 23, 2015 Poi Bears: Photos: Larry Biri Above: Aggie linebacker Matthew Dobmeier picks off a Polar Bear pass at the 35 yard line. Matthew brought it back to the five yard line. He said on the sideline, "If it wasn't for my injury, I would have been in the end zone." He pulled a ham- string a couple weeks ago. "There were two games I definitely wasn't going to miss, this game with Larimore and the Grafton game," he went on to say. Right: Park River-Fordville-Lankin Aggies Will Zimmerman scampers to the end zone after catching a 22-yard pass from Aggie quarterback Levi Cudmore early in the second quarter. The touchdown and two point conversion made it 16-0 By Kevin Skavhaug of The Press LARIMORE, N.D. -- The PRFL Ag- gies haven't been much of a second half team this season. That's because, well, they haven't had to be. Sporting 30 to 40 point leads at halftime of their first three games, the starting unit was generally done for the night after just one half of play. One big question on the minds of the Aggie coach- ing staff this week was how would their team respond to a four-quarter game'? The Answer: Absolutely brilliantly. The Aggies manhandled the number three ranked Polar Bears 28-0 over a span of 16 minutes in the second half and walked out of Larimore as the lone un- beaten team in the region with a 44-8 pounding of the Polar Bears. The game started slow for the Aggies. After going three and out on their first pos- session (the first time all year the Aggies would not score on their opening drive) the Aggies proved all is well on the other side of the ball however. With Larimore hav- ing reportedly the best offensive line in the state, the Aggie defense destroyed the Bear running game, limiting them to just one rushing first down the entire night. "We like to hit," said Aggie coach Robert Goll and hit they did, time after time. The Polar Bears had to resort to a (surprisingly) effective passing game in the first half. As one observer mentioned, "if this was a boxing match, the ref would have called it a long time ago." The Ag- gie hit squad was just that impressive. The Aggies would score on their sec- ond possession of the game after a 59-yard punt return by Levi Cudmore had the Ag- gies in business at the Polar Bear 22-yard line. Six plays later Cadyn Hunter would go in from three yards out. Jackson Han- key would add the convetl to make it 8- 0. The Aggies would score on their next possession as well. After a sustained drive with three first downs, Will Zim- meranan would take a Cudmore bubble screen pass and dash 22-yards tbr a 14-0 lead. Hankey would again add on the two points for a 16-0 lead. The one kink in the Aggie armor would show itself in the second quarter. Penalties and positioning in the secondary allowed the Polar Bears to move the ball downfield en route to their first score. With ten first-half penalties against the Aggies and the Polar Bears hitting open re- ceivers, they were able to move the ball. "We didn't cover as well as we could have in that first half," saidAggie defen- sive coordinator Dan Waerken, "but we made position adjustments at the half that took care of that." The Polar Bears would score on an 8- yard out to Issac Holter to close the gap to 16-8. But the second half was all Aggies. While the Aggie defensive line and line- backers were smashing Polar Bear runners, the secondary, with the adjustments, picked off four Larimore passes. One of which went for six with Jackson Hankey's second pick six of the season. Another by Matthew Dobmeier went to the one-yard line. Cu&nore would have a big inter- ception to stop Larimore a drive and Adam Zavalney would have one late in the game. The Aggies would make it 22-8 early in the third on a Cudmore to Hankey strike of 8 yards on fourth down. Then Cuthnore would keep it himself after the Dobmeier pick to make it 30-8. Hankey would get the pick six and Cadyn Hunter would score on a 60-yard run midway through the fourth. That run set up nicely by a massive block by Spencer Rehovsky who pulled left on the play. With the win, the Aggies now sit alone at the top of the region standings and will host Langdon this Friday night in the Ag- gies 2015 Homecoming game. CES WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 20 5 City of Edinburg Council Proceedings 20116 Preliminary Budget For City Of ark River IMPORTANT ..... NOTICE TO PARK RIVER CITY A public hearing to consider increasing the 2015 City of Park River property tax levy by 4.22% will be held at the City Council Meeting Room, 514 Briggs Ave S, Park River, North Dakota, on Monday, October 5, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. Citizens will have an opportunity to present oral or written comments regarding the property tax levy. Questions? Please call Park River City Auditor Ann Berg at 701.284.6150 2016 PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR CITY OF PARK RIVER Notice is hereby given that the Preliminary Budget of the City of Park River, North Dakota for the calendar year beginning January 1, 2016 and ending December 31,2016, prepared by the City Council is on file with the City Auditor where it may be examined by anyone applying therefore; that the City Council will meet Monday, October 5, 2015, at 7:00 P.M. in the City Council Room for the purpose of adopting the final budget and making the annual tax levy; that the Council will hold a public session with them on any item of proposed expenditure or may object to any such item or amount thereof. The following is a statement of the proposed expenditures: GENERAL FUND $434,915.00 SPECIAL FUNDS: Advertising 1,200.00 ! Airp0rt~ ' .............. 399,700.00 Band 1,200.00 Library 11,000.00 Recreation 7,000.00 Spec. Assm't. 600.00 Insurance Reserve 8,000.00 Social Security 10,000.00 Forestry 5,000.00 Equip. Replacement 40,000.00 Sales Tax 321,250.00 Special Highway 98,000.00 902,950.00 DEBT SERVICE FUND: North Star Addition TIF 58,000.00 Southview Addition TIF 18,500.00 TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1,41 2,365.00 PARK RIVER CITY COUNCIL Ann Berg, City Auditor Dated: September 14, 2015 (Sept. 23, 2015) .... City'of Ed'inburg Council Proceedings September 14, 2015 7:00 pm Call to Order: Mayor Halldorson Present: Sondeland, Hall and Hammer. Absent: Pewe MS: Hammer and Hall approve minutes as read. Motion carried MS: Sondeland and Hammer to approve payment of bills beginning with check #7213 through #7224 for a total of $2882.61 and approve the monthly statement with a balance on hand of $35828.35. Motion carried Checks: 7212-7224 WC Treasurer $294.00 Salaries 443.17 Ottertail 743.94 NE Reg Water 77.88 Polar 58.53 WC Press 45,91 Loren's Appl 259.00 D Pewe 512,54 V Brandvold 72.54 P Laxdal 75.00 C Laxdal 300.00 for Total $2882,51 ~: ......... "q Old Business: Auditor to send letters to dog owners about getting their licenses New Business: *MS: Hall, Sondeland to approve the 2016 preliminary budget. Motion carried. *Mayor Halldorson appointed Vera Brandvold, assessor for the coming year as required. *Council discussed purchasing alawn mower and snow blower for city. No action taken until more information can be obtained. *Council discussed hiring an employee for next summer. No action will be taken until early spring. Adjourn: Sondeland Next Meeting: October 12, 2015 at 7:00pm Minutes are being published subject to the governing body's review and revision. 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