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September 20 Bismarck is a unanimous choice as the top team in Class AAA in this week’s high school football polls. The Demons, who were already ranked No. 1, solidified their spot with a victory over then No. 2 Century. Mandan, with its victory over No. 4 Minot, moved up from third to second....
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Jimmie Volleyball Players Recognized By DAC

Jamestown, N.D…Jimmie volleyball players Heather Brown and Katie Lee have been named the Dakota Athletic Conference players of the week Brown, a Sophomore from L-M-M, was named the hitter of the week as she hit .333, with 35 kills, four digs, one solo block, and 11 assits, as the Jimmie went 2-1. Lee was...
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DAC Honors VCSU Football Players

The Dakota Athletic Conference has name two Valley City State football players the conference players of the week. Letheo Proctor is the Offensive player of the week, as the Senior from Anchorage, Alaska caught eight balls for 107 yards and a touchdown, as the Vikings topped Dakota State 44-17. Cody Kilthau is the DAC...
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Jays and Jimmies Swing The Clubs

By Mark McKenzie (Jamestown, ND)…The Jimmie golf teams are hosting the Jamestown College Invite Monday. Due to flooding issues at the Country Club, the meet is taking place at Cross Roads Golf Course in Carrington. The Bue Jay girls golf team is taking part in a meet in Bismarck on Monday. This is a...
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Lind Breaks Another Record

By Mark McKenzie (Jamestown, ND)– Jamestown diver Alex Lind racked up her third record of the season on Saturday in Bismarck. The Junior posted 427.65 points on 11 dives, and broke the Blue Jay school record set a year ago by Brooke Luckach. As a team, Jamestown finished fifth with 223 points. Bismarck Century...
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Jimmie Volleyball Settles For Split

By Mark McKenzie(NewsDakota.com)…Jamestown had the home court for womens volleyball over the weekend, and ended up with a split against Black Hills State and South Dakota Tech . Friday night at Hanson Center, the Jimmies swept the Yellow Jackets three games to none, 25-14, 25-16, and 25-21. Kelsey Deragisch had 17 assits and five...
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Vikings Outlast Trojans

VALLEY CITY (NewsDakota.com)–Earning a second-straight win took a much different effort than the dramatic victory at Dickinson State last week. A resiliant 0-3 Dakota State Trojan football team tested the Valley City State University Vikings all night, but the Vikings were able to win a scoreboard battle with a 44-27 effort Saturday. The win...
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Dickinson Blasts Jimmies

By Mark McKenzie(NewsDakota.com)…The good news, the Jimmie football team scored first in their conference opener versus Dickinson State Saturday at Greeno Field. The bad news, the Hawks scored 30 unaswered points, and rolled to a 30-6 victory. Things started well, as Senior QB Brad Lint hooked up with Junior TB Matt Mitthaugen on a...
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