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Blue Jay Golf Recap

By Mark McKenzie(NewsDakota.com)…The Blue Jay girls golf team spent Monday 340 miles from home, competing in the Williston Invite. Due to an injury, the Jays were unable to field a team, and had only three golfers compete in the meet. Sierra Bennion again has the Blue Jays top score, as the eighth grader shot...
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North Dakota Football Polls

September 13 Bismarck retained the top spot in Class AAA and Wahpeton gained the No. 1 ranking in Class AA in this week’s high school football polls. Bismarck retained a slender lead on No. 2 Century. The teams square off in a key West Region showdown on Friday. Mandan, which remained in the No....
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Viking Golf Improved at Dickinson

VALLEY CITY  (NewsDakota.com)–Viking golf is showing improvement at Dickinson in their latest loop. The Vikings are currently in third place in an event hosted by Dickinson State.  Valley City State turned in a day one score of 307 yesterday, five back of Dickinson State, and 12 off the pace of meet-leader Jamestown College. Ryan...
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Hi-Liner Cross-County Runs Incomplete at Moorhead

VALLEY CITY  (NewsDakota.com)–The Hi-Liner cross-country teams ran incomplete in their latest action, which was in Moorhead this past weekend. Valley City ran just two varsity runners in both the boys and girls categories, finishing without a team score in the event hosted by West Fargo Saturday. Nick Lee and Andrew Kawasaki entered boys competition,...
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Jimmies Cross Country Results

By Mark McKenzie(NewsDakota.com)…The Jimmie cross country teams took part in the Randy Smith Invite in Glyndon, Minnesota on Friday, and the meet included some D-II competition. The women placed fifth with 120 points. The University of Mary won the meet with 17 points. Individually, Aleona Reyes had the top showing for the Jimmies, as...
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Allmer Takes First In Aberdeen

By Mark McKenzie(NewsDakota.com)…Jamestowns Alison Allmer won the Al Sahli Invite cross country meet in Aberdeen on Friday. The Sophomore won the race by :13 seconds. Kaiann Arellano came in 17th for the Blue Jays. As a team, the Jays come in third place with 80 points. In the boys division, Jamestown was second with...
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Lind Breaks Record

By Mark McKenzie(NewsDakota.com)…Blue Jay diver Alex Lind is off to an amazing start to the 2011 girls swimming and diving season. Lind set a pool record for diving points last Thursday with 241.60. That record didn’t stand for long. The Junior put up 263.05 points on Saturday to break her 48 hour old record...
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Jimmie Volleyball Completes Big Weekend

By Mark McKenzie(News.Dakota.com)…Another long road trip is in the books for the Jimmie womens volleyball team, as Jamestown went 3-1 at a two day tourney in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Jamestown, in a span of three weeks, has traveled to weekend tournaments in Florida, Iowa and Wisconsin. The Jimmies, 8-5, picked up wins over Hannibal-LeGrange, Missouri, 3-0,...
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