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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Nolan Love read a pass, grabbed the interception and returned it 32 yards for a touchdown to give Jamestown a 21-10 lead with 7 minutes, 45 seconds remaining in Saturday’s...
Jamestown coach Tim Fletcher isn’t interested in talking about the playoffs at this point, though a very real scenario exists for the Blue Jays. Nonetheless, Jamestown needs to win at...
Jamestown coach Ken Gardner was more than pleased with his boys squad on Wednesday in Fargo. Led by junior Kyle Schumacher, the Blue Jays finished third with a score of...
Jamestown received a third crack at Bismarck Century on Monday night, and it was the same result. Still, the Blue Jays came away with wins over Bismarck High and Mandan at the Wounded Warrior Play Day in Mandan. The round-robin tournament featured the top four teams in the West Region and was created to pay homage to the armed forces. Each team wore a separate uniform featuring the Army, Navy, Marines or Air Force. "It was a lighthearted night, due to the backdrop," Jamestown coach Sara Hegerle said. "It gave us a chance to look beyond.
The University of Jamestown men's soccer team continued its mastery of the University of Great Falls at Siebel Soccer Park, as the Jimmies defeated No. 23 UGF 1-0 in overtime on Saturday. Jamestown (12-1), hasn't lost to UGF in Great Falls since 2010. The Argos (12-2) saw their nine-game winning streak snapped and suffered their first home loss since falling 2-1 to Jamestown on Oct. 27, 2012. "These are the fun ones," said Jamestown coach Tommy Nienhaus, whose Jimmies forged a 1-1 tie at UGF last season. "They got us at home.
Jamestown didn't do as well as it would have liked in terms of placements on Saturday at McDowell Dam near Bismarck. Still, the Blue Jays knocked out plenty of personal bests at the West Region cross country meet, as junior Kyle Schumacher ran a career-best 17:12 to finish 22nd, just missing out on all-conference, which goes to the top 20. "He was right there, he was right on the tails of the next two," Jamestown coach Ken Gardner said. "He was trying to track them down. His goal was to get all-conference, but he did run a PR.
Between missed tackles and an inability to get off the field on third and fourth down, Jamestown didn’t give itself much of a chance on Friday night. Bismarck Century converted...
Nolan Love had a big assignment in the preseason. With the Blue Jays graduating all four linebackers off last year's playoff team, the junior needed to help anchor a young group. "I knew I'd have to step up and take that role," Love said.
The Linton-HMB Lions defeated the Edgeley-Kulm Rebels 3-0 in Class B volleyball on Thursday night in Edgeley. Jadyn Gefroh connected for a match-high 15 kills for the Lions. They also received 33 assists from Tiffaney Gerving. The Rebels were led by Andrea Heier with 22 assists and 27 digs.
Montgomery County (Texas) prosecutors filed documents Thursday to have suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson arrested on charges that he smoked marijuana — a violation of his bond conditions. According to court records, Peterson on Wednesday admitted to an employee overseeing a court-ordered drug test that he "smoked a little weed" before the test. The judge has yet to issue a ruling, and probably will not until after his recusal hearing is completed.