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Jamestown was in search of more third-period heroics at Wilson Arena on Thursday night. The Blue Jays entered the contest vs. West Fargo having scored three goals over the final...
Another come-from-behind rally in the third period resulted in a second win over Williston for the Blue Jay boys hockey team on Saturday. Jamestown's Austin Rene and Nick Urquart banged home power-play goals, and Kelton Beedy added an unassisted score -- all in the final 17 minutes of play -- helping the Blue Jays go on the road and take down the Coyotes 3-1. "It was just a matter of keep plugging away and playing hard. We had 18 shots on net in the first period alone," Blue Jay coach Matt Stockert said.
Strasburg-Zeeland girls basketball squad picks up win.
Strasburg-Zeeland picks up win at Jamestown Civic Center.
All the air was sucked swiftly out of John L. Wilson arena in the blink of an eye on Friday night. Trailing Jamestown 2-1 to start the second period of hockey, the Minot Magicians banged home three goals in the span of 61 seconds. The flurry, in every sense of the word, is what edged the Minot boys over Jamestown 4-3. "I think we saw who the real Jamestown team is tonight. They're a good, physical hockey team that's fast," Minot co-coach John Grubb said, whose team defeated the Blue Jays 6-1 on Jan. 3. "I think we didn't get their best when they were up in Minot.
The all-around scores were down, but the Jamestown gymnastics team made up for that during the Hi-Liner Meet in Valley City on Tuesday. Solid performances on the floor and on the vault, vaulted the Blue Jays to the meet victory. Jamestown's score of 136.750 edged out Valley City's 135.975, while Grand Forks came in a distance third (125.475). "You can tell by the all-around scores that our regular scorers were off a little bit," Blue Jay coach Dave Tewes said. Jamestown's Erin Hillerud came in second in the all-around, posting a 34.600.
When it appeared the wheels were about to fall off the cart, Ellendale needed a boost of calming reassurance. They received it from the player who's taken pride in fulfilling that role. Ellendale sophomore guard Brennen Vance buried a jump shot from the right wing, halting the Carrington Cardinals' 7-0 run to start the fourth period of Saturday's championship game of the Stutsman County boys basketball tournament. Ellendale's composure was restored, and the southern Cardinals went on to knock off the two-time defending tournament champion northern Cardinals 48-39.
Now a month into the season, the experience the Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier boys basketball team has gained is starting to show. The Rebels were able to turn the tables on Kidder County during the quarterfinals of the Stutsman County tournament on Friday. Having lost to the Pirates 50-35 back on Dec.
Sophomore Hunter White had a big first half, while brother — and more prominently known — Adam White helped put the game away after halftime at the Jamestown Civic Center on Friday night. The duo led the Ellendale Cardinals past the Medina-Pingree-Buchanan Thunder 55-43 in the quarterfinals of the Stutsman County boys basketball tournament.
There will only be one undefeated team left standing inside the Jamestown Civic Center by the end of tonight. The annual Stutsman County boys basketball tournament begins at 3 p.m., and the final opening round game of the day is arguably the most intriguing. The Ellendale Cardinals (4-0) will take on the Medina-Pingree-Buchanan Thunder (3-0) at 7:30, but only one of the two teams can keep its early-season record unblemished and move forward to Friday's semifinals. A game in which they're most likely considered to be the underdog, the Thunder have planned to focus squarely on one key task.