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Cross Country Park Rapids Invitational Boys Perham 24, Thief River Falls 111, West Central Area 125, Park Rapids 131, Bagely/Fosston 142, Pequot Lakes 160, Roseau 175, Warroad 176, Hawley-Ulen-Hitterdal 200, Wadena-Deer Creek 201, Frazee 290 WDC: Neil Janson, 18th, 18:06, Joey Pate, 35th, 18:42, Zach Bernu, 46th, 19:03, Will Eliason, 60th, 19:37, Brody Wangsness , 64th,19:42, Lukas Krueger, 81st, 21:05 Girls Perham 69, Warroad 91, Park Rapids 98, Roseau 101, Lake of the Woods/Rainy River 130, Hawley/Ulen-Hitterdal 157, Pelican Rapids 171, Pequot Lakes 178, Thief River Falls 201, East Gra
Volleyball Alexandria Tournament WDC Champions Pool Play WDC over Minnetonka 23-25, 25-10, 15-11 WDC over Cold Spring-Rocori 25-23, 25-14 WDC over Grand Rapids 25-21, 25-20 Championship WDC 2-1 over North St.
Preston Kappes fired two touchdown passes and ran for a third as the Breckenridge Cowboys racked up a 28-0 halftime lead last Friday as they cruised to a 48-7 Homecoming victory over Wadena-Deer Creek. Kappes found Blake Anderson-Wilcox on touchdown passes of nine and 17 yards. He scored the game's first touchdown in the second quarter on a nine-yard run. The Cowboys also saw Stephen Erlandson knock off a 46-yard run and an 87-yard kickoff return for points.
The Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines tuned up for their final games of the regular season Tuesday with a 3-0 sweep over Mid-State foe Crosby-Ironton. The No. 3 state-ranked Wolverines chalked up victories of 25-8, 25-11 and 25-16 on the C-I court. Sue Volkmann's club improved to 20-0. Brittney Noon and Kelsi Crawford led the Wolverines with 12 and 10 kills respectively. Hope Theisen had a big defensive night with 17 digs. Mandy Perkins and Avery Jackson both came up with 11. Courtney Volkmann was murder at the serving line as she converted on 16 of her 18 attempts for seven aces.
The Henning Hornets crushed Verndale 25-8 in Game 1 Tuesday but had to battle in Games 2 and 3 to gain a 3-0 sweep over the Pirates. Verndale fell 25-21 in Tuesday's second game and pushed the Hornets into volleyball's edition of overtime in Game 3 before the stubborn Pirates lost 27-25. Kaitlyn Richter and Elizabeth Johnson both recorded 10 set assists.
Macy Hartman was a repeat winner Monday in Section 8AA competition at the Grand Forks Tennis Center. Hartman was WDC's lone winner as the sixth-seeded Wolverines lost a 6-1 decision in team tournament played to third-seeded Crookston. WDC's No. 1 singles player defeated Michelle Stahlecker 6-1, 6-4. Hartman was a 6-4, 6-2 winner in Section 8A Individual play over Thief River Falls' Tayler Genereux. The victory gave Hartman a shot at second-seeded Abby Ness of Roseau Saturday in Grand Forks. Section Team 8A Playoffs Crookston 6, WDC 1 Singles 1- Macy Hartman (WDC) def.
Emma Schmitz finished 26th and Neil Janson placed 41st Thursday in the Perham Invitational at Arvig Park. Schmitz ran a 16:39.61 in the girls' varsity race. Fergus Falls' Haylie Zenner won the race with a 15:07.30. Runner-up honors went to Moorhead's Taylor Janssen of Moorhead who ran a 15:11.72. Rounding out the Top Five in the 73-girl race were Little Falls' Maria Hauer (15:47.56), Moorhead's Avery Selberg (15:52.72) and Detroit Lakes' Abby Ullyoll (15:55.43). Janson ran an 18:27.62 in the boys' varsity field of 88 runners. The Wolverines placed 11th as a team.
Dalton Jampsa and the Underwood Rockets ground down the Verndale Pirates last Friday for a 32-0 Pheasant North Conference victory at Underwood. Already missing two of their starters, Matt Willis and Jerdan Steiner, the Pirates lost two more in the Underwood game. Zack Meidinger was hobbled by an ankle sprain and Colton Moyer left the game in the first half. Jampsa hit Ben Woodmann with 65- and 25-yard touchdown passes and scored himself on a nine-yard run. The Underwood quarterback was an impressive 7-of-8 through the air for 172 yards.
It has been a nice change this fall to see farmers busy bringing in their crops. There were soybean-laden semis chasing by our place on their way to the elevator all day last Saturday. There are a lot of brown cornfields ready to be combined as soon as the beans are done. Unless the Heavens open up and deluge us with rain the harvest could be done by the first week of November. Sportsmen have more in common with the farming set than farmers might think. There are those of us who do not own a combine, a semi or an acre of land who root for the farmer to get his crops out.
Tornado recovery will be the focus of the 2010 United Way fund drive in the Wadena area. A portion of the income from this year's drive has been budgeted specifically for tornado relief. Agencies such as The Salvation Army and the Wadena-Verndale Food Shelf that had a huge impact with services in the tornado aftermath have been pledged larger amounts than they have received in previous years.