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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Jimmies post win in men's basketball action.
Austin Rene was dynamite on the power play on Friday. The Jamestown High School junior scored three goals -- all on special teams -- as the Blue Jays kept their season alive with a 4-0 blanking of Williston in loser-out action at the West Region tournament in Bismarck. Jamestown plays Minot in a state-qualifer at approximately 1:30 p.m. today. "We had a good effort out of everybody," Jamestown coach Matt Stockert said.
Jamestown senior Kyle Anderson, junior Paxton Mewes and eighth-grader Ethan Bowman are guaranteed at least sixth place at the Class A state wrestling tournament. Anderson and Bowman won easy in...
The Jamestown boys hockey team advanced to a state-qualifer at the West Region tournament with a 4-0 win over Williston thanks to a hat trick from junior Austin Rene. Rene...
Paxton Mewes guaranteed himself a sixth-place finish at the Class A state wrestling tournament on Thursday, but his goals are much higher. The Jamestown High School junior, seeded second at 160, took care of both of his first-day opponents to punch his ticket to the state semifinals at the Fargodome. Mewes opened the day by pinning Brett Doeden of Williston in 1 minute, 13 seconds to earn a spot in the quarterfinals.
Another West Region hockey tournament, another gut-wrenching loss for Jamestown. Mandan's Trevor Leingang had two assists and then provided the eventual game-winning goal midway through the third period in a 3-2 win that advanced the fifth-seeded Braves to the semifinals Thursday in Bismarck. Fourth-seeded Jamestown, which fell to 1-3 in one-goal games at the West Region tournament the past three years, plays ninth-seeded Williston at 11 a.m. today in a loser-out game.
The Jamestown girls hockey team didn't have a season like this in mind when they dropped the puck in the season opener. The Blue Jays, with just two seniors, haven't been able to replicate the same end-of-season success they had last season. Still, Jamestown coach Justin Connell said he's pleased with the way his Jays have clawed and scratched their way through games, despite the losses. "They've battled every game -- they've never quit," Connell said. Jamestown's two wins both came over Devils Lake, and they hope to steal at least one more when they wrap up their season at home this weeke
The Jamestown High School boys hockey team fell to Mandan 3-2 in the opening round of the West Region tournament Saturday afternoon in Bismarck. Trevor Leingang had two assists and...
Jays wrestling squad ready for the state tournament.
Recap of the Jays boy's hockey season.