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Page 8 SPORTS THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2014 i Aggies advance to semifinals: Park River-FordviUe-Lanldn to meet Larimore after triumph over Oakes By Chris Larson for The Press OAKES, N.D. -- The Park River-Fordville- Lankin Aggies continued on their post-season run on Saturday on the road at Oakes, where they met the Oakes Tornadoes and held off a late surge by the Tornadoes, en mute to a 34-27 win, sending them to the semifinals next Saturday. The Aggies built up a 21-0 lead through one quarter, but then the offense went stagnant. Jackson Hankey opened the game's scoring on a one-yard run. Levi Cudmore connected on the exlra point kick, giving the Aggies a 7-0 lead. The lead extended to 14-0 onAbraham Han- key's nine-yard pass to Levi Cudmore, who made the catch and the extra point. Abraham Hankey extended the lead to 20- 0 on a five-yard pass to Esten Beneda. The ex- tra point kick by Cudmore made it 21-0, which was the score heading into the second quarter. The second quarter was all Oakes. The Tor- nadoes scored two touchdowns in the second quarter, both by the passing attack. Bryce Meehl, the quarterback for Oakes, con- nected with Blake Hollingsworth for a 5 l-yard pass, cutting the lead to 21-7. Meehl then went to the air again a short time later, connecting with Preston Anderson for 25 yards and another Tornadoes touchdown, cut- ting the lead to 21-14 going into halftime. The third quarter was a defensive one, with neither team scoring a touchdown. Oakes tied the game briefly in the fourth quarter, on an Erik Loepp two-yard handoffnm from Meehl. Park River-Fordville-Lankin took the lead again later in the fourth, as Cadyn Hunter re- ceived a Hankey pass from 19 yards out, put- ting the Aggies ahead 27-21. Jackson Hankey showed his running skills to put the Aggies ahead by two scores, capi- talizing on a 36-yard touchdown run. The two- point conversion failed, and it was 34-21 Ag- gies midway through the fourth quarter. Carter Zetocha caught Meehl's final touch- down from 16 yards out, closing the scoring. The Tomadoes tried to even the game at the end, with a Hail Mary attempt, but were stopped short of the goal at the one-yard line. Jackson Hankey led all Aggie rushers with l 1 rushes for 93 yards, followed by Hunter-. with 18 rushes for73 yds.Abrahamanke3 also added inseven rushes for 62 yards. , Abraham Hankey was 8-for- 16 passing for 73 yards Cudmore was the leading receiver with four receptions for 32 yards. The Aggies will advance to the 2014 Class "A" semifinals, where they'll meet the Larimore Polar Bears at 1:30 p.m. next Saturday in La- rimore. Photos: Larry Biri Top Right: Aggies Cadyn Hunter find running room behind some good blocking Hunter rushed 18 times for 73 yards in the Aggies big 34-27 win over Oakes in 0akes Saturday,- The Aggies advance to the semi-finals against Larimore this Saturday in Larimore. Center: Aggies Jackson Han- key finds some running room inside. Jackson rushed for 93 yards and two touchdowns in the big Aggie win over the Tornadoes. Middle Right: Aggie Quarterback Abraham Hankey put the team on his shoulder in the fourth quar- ter busting some big runs finishing the game with 62 yards. Bottom Left: Aggiequarteck goes to his knees and Aggie Coach Robed G011 applauds as Jackson Hankey races 36 yards for a Aggie 34-21 fourth quarter lead. Bottom Right: Cole Rehovsky gets a hug from his brother Spencer following the big Aggie win. Top Left: Andrew Hylden tapes an Aggie flag on an Oakes Tornado banner with the help of Chuck Ferguson (stand- ing on) and Carter Hunter. PRFLvolleyball starts slow, rebound to big home victory against Cavalier Even though the Tomadoes lost, Currie Her re-entrance was short-lived, however, gave Cavalier credit, as she re-tweaked the injury and sat the rest "They gave us balls that we struggled of the night. Her Tomado teammates rallied after the injury. Whitley Carrier served up an ace to give Cavalier the 5-1 lead early in set one, but then PRFL made a comeback, at one time cutting the lead to 12-10 and then tying the game a short time later at 14-14. Cavalier took the one point lead, and then the jockeying for the lead began. PRFL's first lead in set one came on a net call to the Tornadoes, giving the Aggies the 16-15 edge. But then Cavalier went on a 10-7 run to end the first set, putting away the hard- charging Aggies 25-23. Missed serves in the match certainly played a factor in the outcome. "Those types of errors come back to haunt you," Currie said. The second set was all PRFL, as they came out with a vengeance and ready to avenge the first set loss. Taylor Dalbey's tip over the net gave the Aggies the 2-0 lead, which eventually grew to 5-2 early in the set. A mini-rally by the Tomadoes brought the score to within one point, 5-4 early. But the Aggies held the lead throughout the set, eventually getting out to a three point ad- vantage, 13- l 0 midway through the second set, en route to a 25-22 second set win and tying the match at one game-apiece. In the third set, the Aggies' Hannah Swartz tipped one over the net to give them the early 1-0 lead. Sophomore Taylor Dal- bey added another tip just moments later, giving the Aggies the 2-0 third set lead. The Aggies pulled out to 11-3 lead, when the run stopped and the Tornadoes took a mini 3-0 run. Park River-Fordville-Lankin eventual- ly won set three 25-17 and took a 2-1 match edge into the fourth set. The fourth set was all Cavalier after a 3- 1 mn by PRFL. Cavalier held the lead throughout the first half of the match, with the Aggies taking a brief lead 15-14 mid- way through the set, but the Tomadoes held strong and fmished with a 25-23 set four win, forcing a fifth and decisive set. The fifth set was the Aggies to win from the start. Up 2-0, the Aggies and Tomadoes were stuck in a huge rally to decide who would get the third point of the set, when one of the Aggies went to the back comer and bumped the ball, sending it over the net and finding the floor on the opposite cor- ner, giving PRFL the 3-0 lead, en route to a 15-13 fifth set win. By Chris Larson for The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Park Riv- er-Fordville-Lankin Aggies, according to head coach Sherry Currie, are used to starting off slower, but that didn't deter the Aggies Tuesday night in Park River, as they held off a hard-charging Cavalier Tornadoes in a five-set win in the final weeks of the reg- ular season. "We are a slow team to start," Currie said. "At this time of year, everyone's playing their best volleyball." The team looked a little nervous coming out of the gates. "I was surprised that we had nerves in some situations," Currie said. Tuesday night's match was only the third five-set match the Aggies have had this sea- son, she said. with," she said. The win almost certainly locked up a su- per regional toumament play-in home game for the Aggies, who are looking for- ward to tuning up for the regional tourna- ment, which takes on a different format this year than in years past through the super re- gional. Things started offrocky for the visiting Tornadoes, as they saw junior Kallie Nord- strom go down with an apparent knee in- jury just minutes before the introduction of starting lineups prior to Tuesday's match. Nordstrom, who appeared to have been slated to enter Cavaliers starting lineup; was then replaced, but re-entered the set after a brief stint on the bench receiving treatment for the leg injury. HELP WANTED ROCKY MOUNTAIN SUPPLY of Belgrade MT is seeking a qualified CEO/General Manager. 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