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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2015 Page 7 Photos: Larry Biri Top Left: Titans Jalyn I.arson fights for control of the basketball with Aggies Kaitlyn Brintnell (left) and Anne Welch. Bottom Left: DraytonNalley-Edinburg Titans Taylor Stegman knocks basketball away from Park River/Fordville- Lankin Aggies Kaitlyn Brintnell as she brings itup the court. The Aggies downed the Titans 64-47 in Park River. Top Right: Aggies Josh Ruzicka drives in for two of his 12 points in the Aggies 64-51 win over the Titans. Bottom Right:'l'rtans Ben Phelps stretches to the basket for two of his 20 points. ladies get aggressive, pick up lead By Kevin Skavhaug off the first seven points before a Jalyn Larson basket at of The Press 3:30 of the quarter. A Bailey Beneda three pointer at the PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Drayton/Valley-Edinburg buzzer capped offa 1%5 scoring run and the Aggies led was on a mission to knock offthe #6 ranked Park Riv- 33-24 at the break. cr/Fordville-Lankin Aggies here Monday night and tbr Jenna Zavalney was the inside spark in the first half the first quarter they had a shot. The Aggies however tbr PRFL and Anne Welch was it in the second. Welch owned the next three and won going away 64-47. would score 9 or her 11 points in the second half including PRFL would get double digit scoring from four players a pivotal three pointer early in the third. Zavaleny would in the win. end a very nice game with 12 points and Taylor Knud- The Titans Taylor Reilly sparked DVE to and early 6- son shot well going fbur of five from the field. Knudson 3 lead with a pair ofmidrange baskets. Reilly would score would end with 11 points. Bailey Beneda would lead the eight of her game high 19 in the first quarter when the Aggies on the night with 15 points and another all around Titans would go 7 of 11 from the field and led 19-16 on great floor game. a Jalyn Larson three pointer at the buzzer. DVE's hot As a team the Aggies would go 21/49 from the floor shooting did not last however, and 13/21 f'rom the line. DVE was 14/40 l om the field In the second quarter the Aggie defense stepped up. and made good on 9 of 13 fi'ee throw attempts. Between full-court pressure and more aggressive man de- Following Reilly's 19, DVE got scoring from Jalyn t nse in the half court, the Aggies held the Titans to just kalson (9), Laiken Larson (7), Emily Swanson (5), Rachel two of seven from the field. The Aggies meanwhile ran Jonasson (4) and Taylor Stegman (3). shines in on battle By Kevin Skavhaug by a Shawn Olson three point play. Up I -14, of The Press Titans would get the lead to five betbrc the Ag- PARK RIVER, N.D. .......... One good thing gies Jordan Johnson caught fire. Johnson would about having a lot of players who can step up is hit a three and follow with a two to tic il '1 that you have a lot of players who can step up. PRFL would lead 27-23 at the break. On Monday night it was Josh Ruzicka. Ruzic- In the second half the Aggies capitalized ka would get a season high 12 points on six of a quick run and then maintained the pace against eight shooting fi'om the field, lt was during crit- the Titans in the fourth. Jordan ()mile woukl score ical points of the game when the senior would twice in the third and Johnson woukt get anolhcr made good on his chances, three to make it 34-28. Ruzicka then would score DVE however looked to play the spoiler in this off two great passes inside (Spenccr Rchovsk5 one. Jumping on the Aggies for the first five and Omlie)to make it 38-29. The .... "-' A~lcs would points of the game, the Titans looked to pull away seal the win at the line going five nffive (thci r after a Steven McColluln three pointer. But the only tree throw attempts of the galnc), late in the Aggies woukt battle back and on the first of back fourth. to back three pointers by Andy Moe, would take DVE's Ben Phelps would lead all scorers \\ ilh back the lead at 11-9. Moe's fbllow-up three to 20. start the second quarter had the Aggies up 14-11, The Aggies are 4-0 on the season wilh t lill but the Titans would go on a 7-0 run capped off boro next on the schedule tbr Dec. 29. O Photos: Submitted The Grafton Curling Club recently hosted the North Dakota State Jun- iors (21 and under) Champi- onship.Three women's teams and three men's teams competed. The winners of this championship ad- vance to the National Championship in Wilmar, Minn. Winning the Nafional Championship leads to the Wodd Championship in Bulgaria. Left: Winners of Women's out of the Grand Forks Curling Club: Coach El- ton Brekke, Emily Brekke, Taylor Drees, Lexi Lanigan, Rebecca Miles. Right: Winners of Men's out of the Fargo/Moorhead Curling Club: Tim Hodek, John Undgren, Jake Brekke, Ethan Sampson, Coach Owen Sampson. Tim and Ethans home dub is The Lake Regbn Curling Club in Devils Lake, John and Jake's home club is in Grand Forks. Tim and John are attending NDSU, so they are members in Fargo-Moor- head also. Tim is from Fairdale, John and Jake are from Grand Forks, and Ethan is from Edmore. i ,i