STAFF BLOG JAMESTOWN SPORTS Slow Friday ...... Not, Borat
On tap tonight:
-Jamestown High football vs. GF Red River (here).
-JHS volleyball vs. Dickinson (there)
-JHS girls' swimming vs. Minot (there)
-JC volleyball vs. California Baptists and Azusa Pacific ... Posted on 9/3/10 at 5:05 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Summer water safety
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds people to play it safe near the water this summer.
North Dakota law requires all children ages 10 and younger to wear a personal flotation device whil... Posted on 6/14/10 at 5:10 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Swimming Lesson Memories
We (my brother and I ) took swimming lessons every summer. Our Mother did not swim, she never learned to swim until very late in her life.. she was always scared of the water.
Photo of the Osage Beac... Posted on 5/14/10 at 3:53 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Go Jump in the Lake
The swimming pool at the YMCA is supposed to be open today.
I am absolutely thrilled, because as expected, I hardly exercised at all when the pool was closed. I don't understand how you gym rats ... Posted on 3/8/10 at 11:04 AM
NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Experts give tips on keeping children safe around water
While swimming, boating and other water-related activities spell summertime fun for many Minnesotans, they can be dangerous for children. Watching children closely around water can help keep summer re... Posted on 7/1/09 at 4:08 AM
Jamestown High School’s Alex Lind has been named to the all-state gymnastics team.
Lind, a senior, placed fourth at the individual portion of the state meet with a career-best all around score of 37.767 Feb. 23 in Valley City.
Lind was previously named the state’s senior athlete of the year and all-West Region.
Between swimmers Andy?Oslund and Colt Rasmussen, and the team’s diving crew, Jamestown should have a busy day today.
Along with both competing in two relays, Rasmussen and Oslund both qualified for the top 16 finals in two events at the state meet Friday in Bismarck.?The first day is preliminaries with finals going today.
Ben Smith said during the preseason he felt this year’s Jamestown High School boys swimming and diving team would do something special.
The second-year coach saw a glimpse of what the Blue Jays are capable last weekend at the West Region meet in Minot, and he’s hoping it comes to fruition this weekend.
By Chris Aarhus, The Jamestown Sun
, March 01, 2013
The Jamestown Jaws youth swim team placed second at the Jamestown Winter Blast on Saturday at the JHS pool.
The Jaws combined for eight first-place performances, 19 seconds and 15 thirds. Their total of 558 points was second to only the West Fargo Flyers and its 1,283 points in the 15-team meet.
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