Jace Hughes frustrated the Jays' attempts to clinch the West Region fifth seed.
The Dickinson goalkeeper helped the Midgets to a 2-0 win over the Blue Jays. The win ties the Jays' and Midgets' overall records at 5-9-0 in the WDA standings. The tiebreaker came down to the number of goals scored against each other. The tiebreaker gave DHS a one-goal advantage as the Jays won the previous Jamestown-Dickinson match 1-0.
The Midgets secured the fifth seed in the West while the Jays, as the WDA's No. 6, will face Mandan in the West Regional play-in game on Tuesday at Rotary Field. Match time has still to be determined. The Blue Jays topped the Braves 1-0 and 5-3 the last two meetings.
While Hughes was keeping the Jays' seven shots out of the goal, Kyller Hughes snuck the ball past the Blue Jays' goalkeeper Ryan Larson. Kyller found the back of the net with 17 minutes left to play in the first. Peres OT scored again for the Midgets in the 50th minute.
Dickinson 2, Jamestown 0
J 0 0 -- 0
D 1 1 -- 2
First half: 1. D, Kyller Hughes (unassisted) 23rd minute.
Second half: 2. D, Peres OT (unassisted) 50th minute.
Goalkeeper saves: J, Ryan Larson 5; D, Jace Hughes 7.
Shots on goal: Jamestown 7, Dickinson 7.
Records: Dickinson 5-9-0, Jamestown 5-9-0.
Blue Jays push past Mandan in pool
The Jamestown High School girls swimming and diving team doused Mandan 121-65 Thursday. The Jays remain perfect in their home pool having won the annual Marney Shirley Invitational held Sept. 18-19.
Blue Jay swimmers earned the top spot in eight of the dual's 12 events winning all three relay events.
Alexes Prasek, a member of the first-place 200-yard medley and 200-yard freestyle relay teams also swam to a first-place finish in the 50-yard freestyle. Prasek touched the wall at 27.01 - beating the state qualifying time by 0.50 seconds.
The Jays are slated to host Bismarck Century on Oct. 8. The dual is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m.
Jamestown 121, Mandan 65
200 Yard Medley Relay: 1. Jamestown Blue Jays-ND A (Allysah Larson, Tyler Alonge, Chea Baugh, Alexes Prasek) 2:00.06; 3.Jamestown Blue Jays-ND B (Corinne Schmidt, Catherine Deaver, Cloe Nelson, Jordyn Mewes) 2:17.45; 4.Jamestown Blue Jays-ND C (Meeghan McNear, Abbie Gilbertson, Jordyn Larson, Sydney Fisher) 2:25.23.
200 Yard Freestyle: 1. Georgia Lettenmaier, JHS, 2:11.50; 2.A.Larson, JHS, 2:18.37; 4.J.Larson, JHS, 2:30.51.
Girls 200 Yard IM: 1. Josey Jackson, MAN, 2:29.17$; 2.Alonge,JHS,2:38.39; 4.Delanie Finck, JHS, 2:42.33; 5. Josie Brown,JHS, 2:52.09.
Girls 50 Yard Freestyle: 1. Prasek, JHS, 27.01$; 4. Keelie Renwick, JHS, 30.17; 5. McNear, JHS, 30.20.
1-meter Diving: 1. McKayla Lindbo, MAN, 226.70; 2. Haley Nelson, JHS, 176.15; 3. Brenna Hatch, JHS, 175.80; 5. Emma Hillerud, JHS, 136.65.
100 Yard Butterfly: 1. Baugh, JHS, 1:05.28$; 2. C Nelson, JHS, 1:10.25;3.A Larson, JHS, 1:12.29.
100 Yard Freestyle: 1. Lettenmaier, JHS, 1:02.20; 2. Mewes, JHS, 1:04.36; 3.Deaver, JHS, 1:04.65.
500 Yard Freestyle: 1. Taylor Adamski, MAN, 6:12.27; 3. J. Larson, JHS, 6:21.48; 4. Renwick, JHS, 6:32.01; 6. Regan Keller, JHS, 7:34.02.
200 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1. Jamestown Blue Jays-ND A (Lettenmaier, Baugh, A. Larson, Prasek) 1:51.25; 2. Jamestown Blue Jays-ND B (Alonge, Finck, Schmidt, Renwick) 1:58.93; 3. Jamestown Blue Jays-ND C (Paris Eslick, McNear, Brown, C. Nelson) 2:05.08; 5. Jamestown Blue Jays-ND D (Hattie McDonald, Fisher, Keller, Gabby Romans) 2:19.53.
100 Yard Backstroke: 1. J. Jackson, MAN, 1:07.33$; 2. Baugh, JHS, 1:08.23$; 3.Prasek, JHS, 1:08.69$; 6.Fisher, JHS, 1:40.24.
100 Yard Breaststroke: 1. Alonge, JHS, 1:19.64; 2.C. Nelson, JHS, 1:21.63; 3.Deaver, JHS, 1:25.35.
400 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1. Jamestown Blue Jays-ND A (Lettenmaier, Deaver, Mewes, Finck) 4:21.08; 3.Jamestown Blue Jays-ND B (Renwick, Brown, Gilbertson, J. Larson) 4:37.25.
Tennis falls to Magicians
Gage Orr helped the Jays secure a couple of sets but unfortunately, it was not enough for the win.
The Jamestown High School boys tennis team lost a 7-2 dual to Minot Thursday evening at home. The Blue Jays will wrap up the regular season at home on Saturday with a dual against Williston.
Orr was the lone Blue Jay able to sneak out a win in the singles bracket Thursday, downing Minot's Z. Renauo 6-4, 6-2. Orr and his partner Ryder Pringle clinched the No. 1 doubles match in a 7-6 (7-1), 6-4 defeat of Z. Diehl and Ridge Jaeger.
No. 1 Z. Diehl, MIN def. Pringle 6-2, 4-6, 6-3
No. 2 Orr, J def. Z. Renauo 6-4, 6-2
No. 3 Jaeger, MIN def. Kaden Schmidt 6-0, 6-1
No. 4 Hunter Rice, MIN def. Nolan Nenow 6-2, 4-6, 6-1
No. 5 A. Diehl, MIN def. Mason Lunzman 7-5, 6-3
No. 6 Colby Opp, MIN def. Grady Anderson 6-4, 6-2
No. 1 Pringle/Orr, J def. Z. Diehl/Jaeger 7-6 (7-1), 6-4
No. 2 Renauo/Rice, MIN def. Schmidt/Lunzman 6-2, 4-6, 6-3
No. 3 A. Diehl/Opp, MIN def. Anderson/Nenow 6-4, 3-6 (10-3)