June 6, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

AGGIES BACK-TO-BACK STATE CHAMPS

Magnusson drives in leading run in top of eighth

The Park River-Fordville-Lankin (PR-F-L) Aggies went into the Class B state championship baseball game last Saturday hoping to repeat 2017’s outcome where they defeated the Thompson Tommies 8-4 in the title game.   More...

Spoiler boys take ninth at state golf

Albrecht totals 164, ties for 15th

Area boys golf teams traveled to Mapelton last Tuesday and Wednesday to compete in the NDHSAA Boys Class B State Tournament.  The Grafton Spoilers finished in ninth place with a total score of 702 while the Park River Area (PRA) Aggies took 11th More...

Class B All-State team members

Photos by Chelsea J. Wysocki LEFT: Grafton senior Marcus Niemann, right, was named to the first All-State team during the awards ceremony in Jamestown last Saturday. More...

RECORD SPORTS ON DECK

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Another one for the trophy case

The Park River-Fordville-Lankin Aggies hold up their first place trophy after defeating the Thompson Tommies 7-3 in the Class B state championship game in Jamestown last Saturday. More...

PR-F-L dominates state tournament opener

Magnusson shuts out Lakers on the mound

The number two-seeded Park River- Fordville-Lankin (PR-F-L) Aggies opened their state tournament run against the unseeded Des Lacs- Burlington (DL-B) Lakers last Thursday asTom Magnusson’s stellar pitching along with a six-run rally in the four More...

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Class B Coach of the Year

Aggies long-time head coach Brett Omdahl, right, walks back to the proud PR-F-L team after he was awarded the Class B Coach of the Year during the award ceremony of the state tournament in Jamestown last Saturday.   More...

Grafton girls bring home 12th place

PRA takes 18th with a 920

The NDHSAA Girls Class B State Golf Tournament got underway on May 29 with lady golfers wrapping up their scores the following day in Hankinson. More...

Hole-in-one for Kilmer

Mike Kilmer proudly holds his golf ball after hitting a hole-in-one on hole number five at Fair Oaks Golf Course in Grafton on May 29.   More...

Aggies defeat Carrington in semifinals to advance

Wood bats in five runners to lead PR-F-L at the plate

The number two-seeded Park River-Fordville-Lankin (PR-F-L) Aggies faced the number three- seeded Carrington Cardinals in Class B state semifinals in Jamestown last Friday.  More...

Golf tourney winners

First place winners of a golf tournament at Fair Oaks Golf Course last Friday to support the Heritage Village and Walsh County Museum in Minto are, from left, Sadie Koehmstedt, Ali Rutherford, Tami Maus and Rachel Rice.   More...

Watchable Wildlife Photo Contest

Submission deadline Oct. 1

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual Watchable Wildlife Photo Contest is now open, and the deadline for submissions is Oct. 1.  The contest has categories for nongame and game species, as well as plants and insects. More...

Largest ATV mud race

The Ruff Riderz ATV group is hosting the annual ATV mud race on Saturday, June 23, during Summerfest at the Grafton Greenbelt, north of Grafton on highway 81.  Racing starts at 2 p.m. and participants are asked to register on site before 1 p.m. More...

Smells like team spirit

PR-F-L sophomore Joseph Larson yells excitedly toward a group of Aggie fans after PR-F-L battled back to tie it in the top of the fifth against the Tommies. More...