Sports Shorts: Nov. 14
Gaffaney named West's top senior
Jamestown High School setter Megan Gaffaney was selected West Region volleyball senior athlete of the year at the conclusion of the conference tournament Saturday in Mandan.
The Blue Jays led all conference members with four players selected to the all-region team, selected by the coaches. Along with Gaffaney, senior libero Hannah Schiele, senior outside hitter McKayla Kurtz and senior middle hitter Courtney Peterson were named to the all-region team.
Minot's Sherry Carlson was named the West's coach of year.
Bismarck Century: Lauren Ware, So.; Katelyn Selensky, Sr.; Megan Anderson, Sr.
Bismarck High: Lexus Mosbrucker, Sr.; Lauryn Andre, Sr.
Bismarck Legacy: Whitney Thomas, Sr.; Kayla Schreiner, Sr.
Bismarck St. Mary's: Taylor Gerving, Jr.
Dickinson: Mariah Mortensen, Jr.
Jamestown: Megan Gaffaney, Sr.; Hannah Schiele, Sr.; Courtney Peterson, Jr.; McKayla Kurtz, Sr.
Mandan: Kennedy Harris, Jr.; Megan Zander, Jr.; Elizabeth Leingang, Sr.
Minot: Rylee Terrel, Minot High
Senior Athlete: Megan Gaffaney, Jamestown
Coach of Year: Sherry Carlson, Minot
Jimmie women defeat Regina
University of Jamestown women's wrestling defeated University of Regina (Saskatchewan) 25-16 on Monday.
The Jimmies' Angel Ogden (109 pounds) and Chelsea Dionisio (123) won via fall, and Jessalyn Spooner (155) and Alyssa Schrull won by technical fall.
Jamestown 25, Regina 16
109: Angel Ogden, J pinned Tina Tromble, 2:15.
116: Amber Wiebe, R dec. Lilly Cortes, 8-2.
123: Chelsea Dionisio, J pinned Erica Ravelo, 1:17.
130: Miki Rowbottom, R dec. Caitlyn Kaz, 8-6.
136: Maegan Wild, R pinned Cara Romeike, 2:46.
143: Analy Gonzalez, J won by forfeit.
155: Jessalyn Spooner, J tech. fall over Haley Pierce, 10-0.
170: Alyssa Schrull, J tech. fall over Olivia Mcdonnel, 11-0.
191: Jessica Rabet, R pinned Diana Lopez, 1:32.
Jimmie men defeat U-Mary
University of Jamestown men's basketball defeated NCAA Division II University of Mary in an exhibition game Monday in Bismarck.
Jamestown won 86-76 after sinking 11 first-half 3-pointers and leading 50-37 at the half. The Jimmies play a second exhibition game Friday at Northern State University in Aberdeen.