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PAGE 6 THE PRESS OCTOBER 10, 2012 Titans battle it out in JV football, look to shift back to varsity in 2013 Left: Valley-Edinburg quarterback Paul Tharlasa roils out looking for a receiver against Cava- lier. Paul scored the Titans only touchdown in a|4-8 loss to the Tornadoes. The Titans played a Junior Varsity schedule this year but with a stong Junior High program and having just one senior on this year's team, the Titans look to 3o back to a Varsity schedule next year. The coaches say the paper work has been done and submitted to the NDHAA. They have been as- signed to Region 2 so all that remains is the formal announcement by the NDHAA. Other teams in Region 2 are Cavalier, New Rockford-Sheyenne, Four Winds, North Star, Leeds-Maddock, Thompson, Hope-Page and Hatton-Northwood. Top Right: Junior High Titans running back Shawn Olson gets outside against Cavalier for good yardage. Middle Right: Junior High Dray- ton-Valley-Edinburg Titans Marcus Niemann takes a Cavalier defender with him for additional yards. The D-V-E Titans downed the Cavalier Tornadoes 38-24 in Drayton. Bottom Right: The only senior on this year's Drayton-Valley-Edinburg Titans team is captain Josh Ulvog. Josh and. his parents Lynn and Jerry take the field on parents night against Cavalier. Photos: Larry Biri J On the road: Aggies football take down the Hornets in Harvey HARVEY, N.D. -- Park River Fordville Lankin Aggies football found themselves matched up against Harvey-Wells County on the road Oct. 5. The boys took down the Hornets 20 to 14 in Har- vey. In the first quarter Cole Re- hovsky added a 6-yard touchdown to his stats for six. The Aggies made an attempt at the run conver- sion but failed. In the second quarter Harvey went for the two-yard touchdown run for six, but also lost out on the conversion run. PRFL's Rehovsky went for the 7-yard touchdown run. Chad Jelinek brought in the conversion run for two. The Ag- gies left the half leading by eight. In the third quarter Jelinek claimed the 5-yard touchdown run, but the Aggies again tailed on the conversion. In The fourth quarter Harvey went for a 3-yard touchdown and failed to gain the conversion run. They picked up another two points from a punt block for a two-point safety. The Aggies next match up is Friday against Westhope/New- burffGlenburn at Westhope High School on Oct. 12. Have you read the ' today? Start or renew your subscription" In-County $34 / Out-of-County $38 / Out-of-State $42 P_O_ Box 49, Park River. ND 58270 AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? If You Can t Find What You re Looking For... WELL RND IT FOR YOU!!  u, I GMC. EHEVROLET Hwy 17 W. or 110 W. 5th St., Grafton Phone 701-352-3600 or 800-279-3083 Open 8:00- 5:30 Men. - Fri. & 8:00 - Neon Sot. www.hansonai.com 2109A '11 Chevy Malibu LT "12 Chevy Traverse '08 Chevy Tahoe '11 Silverado Reg. Cab '11 GMC Sierra Crew '10 Silverado 2500 Crew '!2 Chevy Traverse '42 Chevy Impala '11 Chevy Impala LTZ '10 GMC Yukon Denali '12 Chevy Captiva Sport C2107A C2128A '12 Chevy Impala LTZ G2064B BUICK REGAL A NE",/v' LEASE ON LUXURY Lease a New Buick w/S0 due at lease signing SPEC!AL 24-MONTH LEASE NCLLIDiNG PREMIUM SERVICES P FOR ONE SMPLE MONTHLY PAYMENT 2 YEARS OF SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE 2 YEARS OF ONSTAR DIRECTIONS & CONNECTIONS 2 YEARS OF SIRIUSXM RADIO 2011 Camaro Convertible X1753A BUiC LACROSSE BJICK ENCLAVE EXPER ENCE  BUICK Your payments may vary Ophon 1o purchase at lease end tot an amount to be determined at lease $gnin 9 Ally muse approve lease Take retail delivery by 9t4/12 Res=dency restricbofs apply See deaer for other restrchors and complete details All rights reserved m m p am == == ==  = m =m =l= =lm m m m m m .11 I I Advertise in The Press today , I I I wepadvertising@gmail,eom ', I I I,, J Call Dub Construction for local quality service/ Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maxi- mize net returns, and much more. Now scheduling. 701-696-2591 or email Dub.Construction@gmail.com JOB OPENING: Nansons Implement has an immediate job opening for an Ag Diesel Mechanic. Experience preferred but will train the right person. A good ag background and being a self motivated person is ust as important as ex- 3erience. We have a "nodern shop with over- head cranes and the lat- est in technology and testing equipment. Ben- efits include: 401k pack- age, health insurance, uniforms furnished and laundered, vacation and sick leave (13 days the first year), tool allowance, and signing bonus for ex- 3erienced technician. Call Terry Pilon or Brian Hanson at (701) 352-36OO or watts #800-279-3083