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Page 8 February llth, 2010 Valley News and Views District 4 Girls Basketball Preview: game, which is second best lone senior, averages 5.3 seed. also in the district. Only rebounds pergame. With only two seniors on A look at the tournament field teammate Taylor Brown, a #6 seed, Valley-Edinburg: the Titans squad, the next . six-foot-one junior, has a The Valley-Edinburg Titans, few years will look bright for by Chris Larsonhigher average rebounds per under head coach Edward the Titans, as they have will The 2010 Class B District 4 Titans improved the Flyers' Border, leads District 4 scorers game with 10.4. Liebersbach, enter the have several athletes who will Girls Basketball Tournament district record to a perfect 5- with an average of 21.6 points Alton Wznick, Cavalier's tournament as the sixth return next season. gets underway this Friday at 0. per game, whilebeing second the Park River High School Lexi Erickson leads the way in the district with 4.6 assists Several Groomed Trails Available to gymnasium, for the Flyers with an average per game. The opening round of 16.1 points per game, while Brenna Carpenter averages matchupsinclude#4Midway- Sydney Larson averages 11.2 4.4 assists per game. Cross CountrySkiers In Local Area Minto against #5 Cavalier, points per game. Senior Tessa Kieran Horsley, a 5-foot- and #3 North Border against Zahradka also adds a scoring 8 sophomore, averages 11.5 #6 Valley-Edinburg. Both #1 threat to the Flyers, with 11.0 points per game for Randy Fordville-Lankin-Park River points per game. Greendahl's Eagles. and #2 Grafton will have first The Flyers trifecta of Maddie Bjornstad, a 5- round byes and will play their Zahradka, Erickson and foot-9 senior, averages 8.1 first games on Saturday in Larson also account for more boards per game. the semifinals, with the final than six rebounds per game. #4 seed, Midway- round set for Monday. #2 seed, Grafton: Grafton's Minto: The Midway-Minto Fordville-Lankin-Park season sawa team that went Mustangs enter the District River will play the winner of 6-1 in District 4 play, while 4 Tournament as the number the Midway-Minto/Cavalier boasting an overall record of four seed. Coming off a 43-41 game, and Grafton will play 12-4 throughout the 2009- win over the Valley-Edinburg the winner of the North 2010 season. Titans in a Feb. 6 game in Border/VaHey-Edinburg Brooke Gaustad averages Crystal, the Mustangs will game. nearly 13 points per game in look to continue on into The six teams in the the season, while Samantha the District and Regional tournament will compete Desaute!averages 11.4 points tournaments. for four spots in the Region per game. In their last six district 2 Tournament, which will be Inthereboundingcategory, contests, the Midway-Minto • held later this month at the Desautel averages 8.4 boards Mustangs have gone 2-4, Betty Engelstad Sioux Center per game, Cassie Thompson with the wins coming against in Grand Forks. 7.8 rebounds a game, and Cavalier and the Valley- Here's a closer look at this Gaustad, an average of 5.1 EdinburgTitans. year's tournament field, boards per game. #5 seed, Cavalier: The #1 seed, Fordville-Lankin- #3 seed, North Border: Cavalier Tornadoes enter Tom Halcrow has been out grooming cross country ski trails and provided us with this map Park River: Going into the The North Border Eagles District 4 Tournament action showing the groomed trails. Everyone's encouraged to get out and give them a try. final week of the season, finished the regular season as the number five seed. 5- Fordville-Lankin-Park River with a number three seeding foot-9 sophomore forward Cross country skiing runs along the river, around winter months. held a 4-0 record in District 4 coming into the 2010 District Katelyn Mack is third in the enthusiasts can grab their Ness Point and then returns The ski map is pictured play, while holding an overall 4 Tournament. district with an average of skis and hit the trails thanks to the starting point for a 3.6 below with the trails record of 11-4. A critica149-31 Hailey Longtin, a 5-foot 14.1 points per game, while to Tom Halcrow who has mile run. highlighted in bright white. win over the Valley-Edinburg 5 senior guard from North averaging 8.7 rebounds per picked up the torch and the Cross country skiing is We've faded in an air photo community trail groomer great exercise and is fairly of the city inthebackground Polar to Sponsor FRS Youth Tour Student and has been out and about inexpensive to get started which willhopefullyturnout creating cross country ski with. Like golf, anyone can good in the paper and give PARK RIVER - February 9, at how the legislative and of this trip, the youth tour trails for the local populace go out and get going right off you some perspective. 2010-PolarCommunications regulatory decisions made in also introduces the students as well as visitors to the city. the bat. Improvement comes Citizens are encouraged to will again sponsor a Washington, D.C., affect how to various historical He mapped out two of the over a period of years. Also get out and ski or even hike High School student to their local service providers landmarks throughout the current trails for the paper great sight seeing this time of the trails. Snow cat operators the National Telephone operate in their own nation's capital. Visits to and says there will likely be year with lots of wildlife and are asked to do their best to Cooperative Association hometowns. The trip features the Vietnam. Korean and more available in the future, rustic winter scenes. A good protect the groomed trails. (NTCA) Foundation for Rural a comprehensive overview World War II memorials, the Currently there are two way to make good use of the Service (FRS) Youth Tour in of the telecommunications U.S. Capitol, the Supreme trails. One starts at the Route Washington, DC. The 2010 industry, including careersin Court, Mount Vernon, the 44 Cafe and goes through Tour is an all-expenses paid telcom as well as the critical Smithsonian Institution. the city park for a 1.4 mile trip scheduled for June 5-9, rolethattelecommunications ArlingtonNationalCemetery, run. 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