Jamestown Sun Staff
1. The drought ends JHS boys' run to state is top sports story of 2015 After 14 years, the Jamestown High School boys basketball team broke through the proverbial wall...
Shiloh Christian 36, Kidder Co. 6 The only game Shiloh Christian lost year was the state 9-man championship game, and the Skyhawks looked equally as tough in Steele against the Pirates. Senior quarterback Zac Martin ran for a score and tossed for two more to help the visitors win by 30.
Youth waterfowl clinic planned Ducks Unlimited and Pheasants Forever is hosting a free youth waterfowl hunting clinic Sept. 12 at the North Dakota Game and Fish Jamestown District Office. The...
Gall's Fall Ball features All-American Gall's Fall Ball Jimmie Softball 2-day camp will feature former Team USA and Arizona State standout Kaitlin Cochran. The camp, put together by University of Jamestown head softball coach Kevin Gall, is planned for Sept. 11-12. The camp is for players ages 8-14. Cost is $35 in advance for $40 the day of. Cost for a family is $75. Needed items include glove, bat, throw blanket for movie, water bottle and cap/visor. Camp begins at 6 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 11 and 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept.
Jamestown Sun Dakota Recreation Report June 5, 2015 Patricia Stockdill Outdoor Notes: June 6: Grahams Island State Park N.D. Parks & Recreation Dept. 50th anniversary tree planting ceremony, 9 a.m...
Colt Rasmussen will continue his swimming career in college. The Jamestown High School graduate signed with Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. Rasmussen has been on the varsity team since his eighth-grade season and on relay teams since his sophomore year. He holds the school record in the 200-meter freestyle (1:45.39). He placed second in the 200 free and third in the 100 free at state this past season. "It will be interesting to see how he develops as a collegiate athlete," JHS coach Ben Smith said. "There are limits in high school to how many events you can be in.
The North Star Athletic Association has added another team for baseball, meaning the conference will now have two automatic bids next season. The University of Winnipeg Wesmen will join the league for only baseball this fall. Winnipeg is a provisional member of the conference. "It continues to be an exciting time for the North Star Athletic Association," NSAA commissioner Cory Anderson said.
Scott Nelson's huge day has the Blue Jays one win away from state. Nelson hit for the cycle in leading Jamestown to a 6-3 loser-out victory over Bismarck St. Mary's on Friday at the West Region baseball tournament in Mandan. The Blue Jays (11-17) face Bismarck (21-10) today at 1:30 p.m. for a trip to state at Newman Field in Fargo. Nelson finished 4-for-4 in the win, accounting for half of Jamestown's hits.
Jamestown came all the way back from a four-run deficit on Thursday at the West Region baseball tournament, only to see Luke Herauf crush the momentum with one swing. Tied at four to start the bottom of the sixth inning, the Dickinson senior hammered the first pitch over the left-field fence and the pitching staff held in a 5-4 opening-round win in Mandan. Fourth-seeded Dickinson (15-13) meets top-seeded Mandan in the semis at approximately 6:30 p.m. today. Fifth-seeded Jamestown (10-17) plays eighth-seeded Bismarck St.
Carter Aarestad drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to propel Midkota past Carrington 6-5 and into the driver's seat at the Region 3 baseball tournament on Thursday in New Rockford. Sheyenne-New Rockford, which eliminated Lakota-Edmore and Dakota Prairie in loser-out games, faces Carrington today, and the winner has to beat Midkota twice to stop the Mustangs from getting the state berth. Carrington led 3-0 when Midkota struck in the bottom of the fifth, tying it with three runs.