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OCTOBER 2, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 9 Photos: Larry Biri M0'rg' P babkJ shot at the netagalnst Hat- ton-NortfiWood. Morgan dominated with 13 kills and 3 blocks on her stats for the night. The Aggies downed the Thunder 25-22, 19- 25, 25-21,17-25, 15-8. Although early in the season it was a big win for the Aggies, they played exceptionally well in downing a high- ly rated team. It is a big confidence builder, showing that they are just as good as anyone in the state. Claire Welch added 7 kills, 5 aces and 7 assists to her stats. Katie Bohn upped her defense with 3 blocks. Erin Kovarik finished the night with 3 aces and 6 assists. Sam Janda led the Thunder's frontlines with 11 kills and two blocks with Jordan Johnson also proving to be a challenge adding 9 kills and 4 blocks to her stats. Bottom: The bench played a big part in the win over Hatton-Northwood. Cheering the Aggies on to victory are Emily Bratlie (I-r) Taylor Nelson, Lexi Greicar and Morgan Porter. ku~ !, Photos: Larry Biri Top: DraytonNalley-Edinburg JV Football's Josh Langerud returns a kickoff for a good gain with the encouragement from the sidelines. The Titans fell to the Cavalier Tornadoes 30-8 in their homecoming game Monday in Hoople. Middle: Titans quar- terback Paul Tharalson gets good yardage on a sweep against Cavalier. Bottom Left: Midway-Minto Mustangs quarterback Kyle Becker stiff-arms Park River/Fordville-Lankin Aggie tackler Noah Zimmerman for a good gain on a sweep. Bottom Right: Aggies Cadyn Hunter runs for a 13 yd touchdown in the first quarter of the Aggies 75-8 win over Midway-Minto at Midway Friday night. J Free Estimates Thousands of Satisfied Customers Transferable Warranty Licensed-Insured Basement and Crawl Space Problems Solved Leaky basements made dry Drain tile & baseboard systems Buckling wails corrected Foundation repair & wall crack repair Egress window installation MN License #20542636 1--1 --m~ ND License #38488 I Basement Water Controlled .......... I Providing Service Since 1967 OUU-~4~-OZ4/ I I Safe wWW safedr basement c m EGRESS U .......... -. ....... Y ................. :__*_. ........ ................. ~ Ilmmmmm ~ ~~ 160 +/- ACRES WALSH COUNTY, ND I Walsh county land north of Adams, North Dakota featuring 160 +/- acres I with 140.75 +/- acres of great cropland with established yields. Property I has an excellent Soil Productivity Index of 81.9 with most of it in the upper 80's. As a Farmer or Investor take advantage of this perfect opportunity to expand your operation with this highly productive cropland. The reasons are all around Influenza can l~ad to serious complications and even death lot peop!~ in high ~isk gToups. Protect yourself and th0se around you. Get flu shot. Not the flu. pII Ill IIIIllllllgllllll II ll~ [ City of Park River FALL CLEAN UP ' I I I I P21. Residential Utility Customers Only/ I Please call the Light & Water Dept : at 284-6399 on or before I I : Monday, Oct. 7 by 4 p.m. to schedule your pick up. I Collection will be on Tues, Oct. 8 | Acceptable Items: bikes, metal, old grills, small ! branches, carpet, furniture & appliances (must have certificate showing Freon has been pumped out), I I small branches, carpet and furniture. Non-Acceptable I Items: paint, oil, trees, household garbage, newspapers, I & cardboard. (Microwaves & appliances $5 each, TVs I | & computer monitors $10 each, Customers will also be | I billed for excessive amounts.) NOTE CHANGE I IIIl B B ~111BB B B BIIIl B B B B IIIIIll I~1B llllB IBlI IBIIBI IIIIIB IIIIIII IIIIB IllB II~BI Illlll IIIIB"11 Acres: 160 +/- Legal: SW A 17-158-57 Cropland: 140.75 +/- Adams, ND! L0ng-Term (are Hanagement Opportunities at Knife River Care Center. an 86-bed long-term care facility in Beulah, has the following management opportunities: Dietary Manager; requires CDM and prior experience Nurse Supervisor; requires RN and prior experience Director of Nursing; requires RN and prior experience Qualified candidates may apply at www.krcc-nd.org and send to: Knife River Care Center: Attn: Human Resources; 118 22nd Street NE; Beulah, ND 58523 or call (701) 873-3123. Bob Pifer - 701.371.8538 bob@pifers.com 722 Demers Ave .EGF, MN 56721 Property is subject to prior sale Th s sa e is manage~ by P fers Auc o~ & Re~. y AI! statements made the day of the auction take precedence over all printed materials 1he seller reserves .:he right to reject or accept any and all bids. Pifer'sAuction& Reaffy, 1506 29ti~ Ave S.."%orheM,.t.~,N 56560. ~evJrl Pifer, [,[D #715. I I BUILDINGS SPEAK FOR TtllEM$1FLVIF$ Pif " www.pifers.comI er s 877.477.3105 LAND AUCTIONS