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Page 10 July 22nd, 2010 !!! iii!iF!~ ~!!iiiiiiilii =!!iiii!!!~ii!ii:~ii!iiiiiiil ;!ii!iiiiiii :~ ...... ..... ~i ....... f = iiiii!= ~iii Valley News and Views Girls Softball Continued From Page 8 hitters. Also eleven-year-old Kyla Staskivige, caught the only fly ball that was caught in the contest. Ten-year-old Ariel Deppa accounted for all the runs brought in scoring Emily Andreen with a hard grounder to short and scoring Rachel and Becca Juhl with a two RBI line drive up the middle in the top of the fifth inning. Box Scores AB R H E Drayton 19 3 5 8 Manvel 36 13 11 2 Line Scores T. Stegman 3 0 0 0 L. Brosius 2 0 0 1 A. Deubner 2 0 1 3 G. Oberg 2 0 1 0 J. Baily 2 0 0 1 R. Juhl 2 1 1 3 B. Juhl 1 1 0 0 E. Andreen 2 1 1 0 K. Staskivige 1 0 0 0 A. Deppa 2 0 1 0 With a season ending record of four wins and three losses, the Drayton girls tied with four other teams for second place in the sixteen and under Northern League Softball standings. Girls Take Second in Tournament Play The Drayton girls' softball team beat Walhalla and Valley, but came up short against Manvel in the championship game to take second in the league tournament on Sunday, July 11. Even though they tied for second in the league, by virtue of St. Thomas not attending, an unorthodox tournament bracket, and two lost coin flips, Drayton had to face the number one undefeated Walhalla team in the frst round. The girls did not let the situation get them down. The teams' positive attitude and some timely hitting helped them defeat the regular season league champs from Walhalla. A strong defensive game was also a factor in their upset win. Behind pitcher Morgan Hill, who struck out four and walking only one, the team kept the game close throughout. Although there were many excellent individual efforts defensively, the top two may have been a great catch by centerfielder, Stacey VanCamp, who ran down a long fly ball hit to the gap and an outstanding catch by third baseman, Brittany Funaiole. After scoring four runs in the first inning and with bases loaded, Walhalla looked to break the game open. With her back turned completely away from the infield, Funaiole made an over the shoulder catch at a dead run for the second out of the inning. The next batter grounded out to end the rally. In the second inning, Walhalla scored three more runs on three hits and three errors. From the third inning until the end of the game, Drayton's defense tightened and Walhalla was only able to score two more runs for a final of twelve to nine. The team was lead offensively by Grace Oberg who went three for five at the plate with a double, Laura Brosius who was two for four with two triples and Rachel Juhl who was two for four with two doubles. Box Scores AB R H E Drayton 40 12 14 12 Walhalla 41 9 11 6 Line Scores A. Duebner 5 0 2 0 B. Funaiole 5 3 2 0 M. Hill 5 2 2 0 G. Oberg 5 2 3 0 L. Brosius 4 3 2 4 S. VanCamp 3 2 0 2 R. Juhl 4 0 2 1 T. Stegman 3 0 1 3 J. Baily 2 0 0 1 E. Andreen 1 0 0 1 B. Juhl 3 0 0 0 Drayton 18 -Valley 7 In the second game of the tournament, the Drayton girls had the best game of the season at the plate going twenty-six for forty- four and scoring eighteen runs. Morgan Hill was four for four with her bat. Box Scores AB R H E Drayton 44 18 26 4 Valley 32 7 8 4 Line Scores A. Deubner 5 3 4 0 B. Funaiole4 3 3 1 M. Hill 4 2 4 0 G. Oberg 4 3 3 1 L. Brosius 5 3 3 0 S.VanCamp 5 2 3 0 R. Juhl 5 0 3 0 B. Juhl 4 1 1 0 J. Baily 1 1 0 0 E. Andreen 3 0 2 2 K. Staskivige 2 0 0 0 A. Deppa 2 0 0 0 Drayton 0- Manvel 8 In the championship game the team played very well committing only four errors in the field. They also hit the ball hard but each time it seemed to be drilled right to a Manvel player. Box Scores AB R H E Drayton 26 0 5 4 Manvel 31 8 10 3 Line Scores A. Deubner 3 0 0 1 B. Funaiole 3 0 1 0 M. Hill 2 0 1 0 G. Oberg 3 0 0 0 L. Brosius 2 0 0 1 S. VanCamp 3 0 0 1 R. Juhl 3 0 2 0 B. Juhl 3 0 1 1 J. Baily 0 0 0 O E. Andreen 2 0 0 0 K. Staskivige 1 0 0 0 A. Deppa 1 0 0 0 Back When - Continued From Page 5 cease attacks on Argentina ships. The government has taken the first step to mobilize an army of a million men. Approximately 125,000 national guardsmen were mobilized under an executive order in 11 states. They comprise the first increment of the militia to be drawn into the federal service. R.A. Olson, Johnson Roche and Bruce Cockran left Monday morning for Grafton where they have gone into training with Co. C. The boys will leave Grafton with the company in a few days for Fort Lincoln and later will go to Palo Alto, Cal., Drayton now has twelve of her best young men enlisted in the Army and Navy. Next Sunday afternoon a band concert will be given in the Park at Drayton. The band will be made up of players from Grafton, Bowesmont and Pembina. Come out and hear the concert. July 19th, 1935 Red River Valley Leader Gasoline now is as much a necessity of life as shoes and clothing, Leonard P. Ayres, famous economist and statistician believes. Ayers said one of the most important economic developments of the depression is the fact that Americans have ranked gasoline among the necessities of life. Today will be "Drayton Day" at the county fair at Hamilton. The Drayton Band under the leadership of Arvel Graving, will entertain teh fair visitors with band music. The program for today will be stock judging, harness races and the "Continental Review". A benefit baseball game will be played here next Wednesday evening with St. Thomas and Bowesmont crossing bats. The proceeds of the game will be applied to defray the hospital expense of Raymond Stellon, who had his leg broken in a game July 10th. Advance sale of tickets will be made and a large patronage is expected. Both teams are fast and a good game is assured. July 23rd, 1943 Red River Valley Leader When the French were cut off from the West Indian trade by the English blo ckade during the Napoleonic wars, they had to look about for a new source of sugar. Making use of earlier experiments by Margraf, a German chemist, in the extraction of sugar from beets, they turned to sugar beet culture. Established by the decree of Napoleon, the sugar beet industry of France thrived. Weeping out of the west at an early hour Tuesday morning, winds of tornadic proportions spread destruction throughout Stephen as well as over a wid area both east and west of the village. Property damage in the immediate area probably will exceed a quarter of a million dollars, and further losses will be apparent when harvest time will show a curtailed yield from grain crops flattened in the area. Friends will be pleased to learn of the continued success in the Service of Richard Bechtel who is in the Air Force in India and is a son of Dr. R.E. Bechtel of this city. "Dick" has been decorated with three Distinguished Flying Crosses and two air medals. The first D.EC. and air medal were officially presented to him May 26 this year by Eddie Rickenbacker. The others have been won since then. July 19th, 1956 Drayton Leader Black thunderclouds overhung Drayton Wednesday afternoon and about 3 p.m. the funnel of a tornado cloud was seen across the Red River in Minnesota territory. When first sighted the funnel hung straight down but as interested and apprehensive spectators watched, it lifted and then disappeared into the storm clouds above. Lightning which struck during a thunderstorm Saturday morning damaged a tree in front fo the Christ Helm residence on Main Street. The lightning flash also caused two tubes in the Helm radio to blow out. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Remme, Trudy and Guy and MR. and Mrs. Henry Bakken, Jr., Cheryl, Caryn and Cynthia picnicked at Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg on Sunday before continuing on to Winnipeg Beach where Mrs. Remme and children and Mrs. Bakken and children plan to spend the week. July 20th, 1969 At 10:56 p.m. EDT, toda Rod and Reel Rally Results - Continued From Page 1 128 participating anglers. Complete results were as follows: Whopper category First Place: Charlie Parker, Omaha, NE Weight: 20 lb. 6 oz. $1600 Second Place: Troy Srnsky, Warren, MN Weight: 20 lb. 2 oz. $750 Third Place: Jeff Parker, Omaha, NE Weight: 19 lb. 7 oz. $400 Fourth Place: Miguel Dominguez, Grafton, ND Weight: 17 lb. 2 oz. $250 Fifth Place: Patti Hlucny, Wannaska, MN Weight: 17 lb. 1 oz. $175 Sixth Place: Mike Peterson, East Grand Forks, MN Weight: 16 lb. 5 oz. $125 Seventh Place: David Rost, Bismarck, ND Weight: 16 lb. 2 oz. $100 Slot Fish category (less than 24" in length) First Place: CodyVilhauer, Wishek, ND Weight 5 lb. 0 oz. (23 IA inches) $200 Second Place: Brooks Pederson, W. Fargo, ND Pete Marciniak pictured above weighs in a "little one about mid-way throught the derby. At that time, the winning fish had already been caught. A 20 pound 6 ounce, $1600 Cat, caught by Charlie Parker of OMaha, Nebraska. Weight: 5 lb. 0 oz. (23 inches) $100 Charlie Parker won back a little more than his entry fee in the "Weiner" category for the smallest catfish of the day at 10.0 inches in length. The $30,000 prize for a new ND record catfish went unclaimed. See you at Rod & Reel Rally, July 16, 2011 ! Drayton Community Chamber of Commerce would like to thank tournament sponsor KXPO Radio 1340 AM, and acknowledge the input of the City of Drayton, Red River Resort's Pete Marciniak, and Andi Knutson, Bob and Jessica Funaiole, Rennie Hallstrom, Kamron, Jami, and McKenna Hudson, and Bill Helgoe who organized and ran the tournament smoothly and professionally. Nice job everyone! Cinderella Team - Continued From Page 1 expect more than 60 guests at the Friday evening barbecue. About 70 people, including team members, have signed up for the Saturday evening banquet. Tickets to the banquet are $25 each and can be purchased at the door. If you are planning to attend either the barbecue or the dinner, and haven't already done so, call Dick Johnson at 303-512-3446 so he can give the caterer and the Hall the numbers they will have to prepare for. Teammates on deck in Bismarck will be Doug Halcrow, Mike Halcrow, Dick Johnson, Ray Long, Jim Knoff, Davison and perhaps Bill Brosseau. They will join Dr. Jim Brosseau and Dixon Halcrow in Jamestown. As the Cinderella Team Committee, they began the Hall's application process as far back as 2006 at the behest of the late Myron Albrecht. One of the special guests in Jamestown will be Claire Peterson, who coached and taught at DHS from 1953-56. He is attending as a guest of Doug Halcrow. Peterson was the town's first modern-day coach trained in organizing teams. He laid much of the groundwork for Drayton's baseball dynasty in the late fifties and early sixties. Drayton'sAmerican Legion team dominated North Dakota baseball in 1958, becoming the first Class B outfit to win the state's Class A championship. The team is the only North Dakota Class B representative to claim a U.S. regional title and one of only a few North Dakota teams to advance beyond the regional tournament. The only other Class B team to challenge into the Class A ranks and win was the 1962 Drayton team. But it placed second in the state Eastern Division tourney and lost at the regional level. Drayton had a 27-5 Legion record in 1958, never losing in 10 games against Class A competition. Virtually the same lineup that spring propelled the DHS Bombers to the first of six straight state high school crowns, ending with an 11-0 record. American astronaut Neil Armstrong, became the first human to set foot on on another world. Having safely landed on the moon, approximately 240,000 miles from Earth, he climbed down the ladder of the lunar lander (Eagle) and dropped down to the lunar surface, while more than a billion people watched and listened. As he he stepped down, he announced, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." July 23rd, 1970 Drayton Express Stephen L. Stennes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorris Stennes of Drayton was promoted recently toArmyflrt lieutenant while serving with Advisory Team 95 near Bien Hao, Vietnam. Edsel L. Boe, county extension agent in Cavalier county for thepast20years, has been appointed to assist area communities in minimizing the community impact created by construction of the Safeguard Ballistic Missile Defense System facilities in northeast North Dakota Misses Robin Heine and Caryn Bakken who are employed in Minneapolis for the summer, and Miss Cheryl Bakken, who is employed for the summer near Chicago, spent the weekend at their parental homes. July 22nd, 2007 Animal's Republic The honorable Vincent Van Goat, announced his intent to run for President of the Animal's Republic of Robbin, late last week. Van Goat will run on the "Bull Mouse" ticket, the party organized by his campaign manager, Vinny Mouse. School Registration - Continued From Page 7 to confirm directory information for each family. In order to provide better access to educational information, we need to have accurate contact information. All students are expected to complete this processprior to the beginning of school. If you are new to the district or are unable to register during the times set aside, please contact the school to make arrangements to complete this process at a different time. The Back-to-School information packet also be available at the school during these times including Hot Lunch Applications and numbers, Power School login information, Release of Information forms, website information, etc. If your child (students in grades 7-12) wishes or needs to discuss their clsass schedule with Mrs. Stegman, they may do this either Monday, August 10th or Wednesday August 12th, or by arrangement with Mrs. Stegman. Please make every effort to come to verify your information during the times we are making available. If you will not be able to come to the school during this time, please contact Mrs. Stellon to make arrangements for a different time. A tethered Madison Hermanson makes R look easy as she pulls against a powerful bungee cord in the 3 Lane Bungee Run. The inflatable games, located in Schumacher Park, were a big hit and had kids coming from all directions to get on board. i' q II -< 11 i' q q t