Aarhus has been a sportswriter for the Jamestown Sun since May of 2012. Before that, he was the sports editor at the Minot Daily News and the Daily Republic in Mitchell, S.D. He also worked as a sports writer at The Dickinson Press. He was honored as North Dakota's Sportswriter of the Year for 2014.
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Jamestown continued its third-period assault on Tuesday night. The Blue Jays were in the midst of a scoreless affair after two periods with nonconference foe Fargo North, when a quick goal paved the way for a 3-0 triumph at Wilson Arena. Jamestown was coming off a 3-1 win over Williston in which it trailed 1-0 going into the third. The Blue Jays did it again against North, though they never trailed. "We won that first faceoff (in the third), went down and scored," said Jamestown junior Gage Thompson, who had two assists.
I'm about to contribute to the problem. I can't figure out what is worse: the actual DeflateGate, the constant analysis of it or the oft-repeated "Are we making too big a deal out of this?" which could be DeflateGate-Gate all on its own. Call this DeflateGate-Gate-Gate. I take issue with 10-minute segments that are entirely devoted to whether or not people are making too big of an issue out of DeflateGate. For those who have spent the past two weeks on a secluded island away from technology (I'm jealous), Deflate-gate is one of the more clever of the terrible gate names that often eat up t
Amber Schaack thinks she can play better. Her teammates were pretty happy with her play on Saturday. Schaack, a Jamestown High grad, buried the eventual game-winner with less than eight minutes to go, as Concordia College held on to beat Augsburg 2-1 in Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference action at home. Schaack took a pass from teammate Jessie Kongelf, skated between the circles and drove it to the upper right corner for the win, giving the Cobbers a second consecutive weekend without a loss. "I'm definitely a lot more confident with the puck this year," said Schaack, a former M
Top-ranked Minot cruises past JHS in West Region basketball action.
A trio of Jamestown High School gymnasts earned first-place finishes in a dual win over Mandan on Thursday night. Junior Erin Hillerud was first in the all-around with a 33.975,...
A look at the West Region girls basketball standings shows Thursday's affair between Minot and Jamestown should have been a convincing victory for the second-ranked Majettes. But Jamestown, in last place, scrapped and battled every second of the way before succumbing in Minot's 42-29 triumph at the JHS gym. "It's the WDA -- there are a lot of good athletes and coaches in this league," Minot coach Bernie Wasser said.
A young Blue Jay wrestling team faces a challenging season.
Blue Jay boys hockey squad picks up win.
I don't spend much time on hate. The less of it that consumes my everyday life, the better. It's ultimately up to me and how I choose to perceive the situation, but I tend to be of the type that forgives, but does not forget. That view isn't limited to personal hate; I take the same view for what I call "sports hate." Let me start with this: I'm a lifelong Minnesota Vikings fan. My uncles got me started at around age 5 with the great defenses that featured Chris Doleman and Keith Millard.
Perhaps it's appropriate that the chosen color for colon cancer awareness is blue. It fits right in with the Jamestown Blue Jays. The boys hockey team is looking to do its part, dedicating tonight's affair vs. Minot at Wilson Arena to colon cancer awareness. The game is slated for 7:30 p.m. "I think it's a great way to raise awareness and get people out to the game," said senior goalie Brian Wenzel, a team captain. "A lot of other sports teams do it.