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L-L-M girls open at No. 2 LaMoure-Litchville-Marion (1-0) opened up second in the Class B state media poll, announced on Monday night. The Loboes, who return most of their team from last year's third-place finish at state, received six first-plac...

L-L-M girls open at No. 2

LaMoure-Litchville-Marion (1-0) opened up second in the Class B state media poll, announced on Monday night.

The Loboes, who return most of their team from last year's third-place finish at state, received six first-place votes, garnering 141 total points.

Dickinson Trinity was No. 1 in the poll, receiving six first-place votes for 143 points. North Star and Thompson each received a pair of first-place votes.

Kidder County was also represented in the poll, entering at No. 9. The Pirates (2-0) received 32 points.

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Region 3 had a third team in Carrington that was mentioned. The Cardinals (2-0) received votes.

Class B girls basketball poll

Team (first-place votes) Rcd Pts

1. Dickinson Trinity (6) 2-0 143

2. LaMoure-Litchville-Marion (6) 1-0 141

3. North Star (2) 3-0 119

4. Thompson (2) 2-0 115

5. Watford City 0-0 96

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6. Rugby 4-0 91

7. Garrison 3-0 51

8. Grafton 1-0 45

9. Kidder County 2-0 32

10. Kindred 3-0 18

Others receiving votes: Shiloh Christian (2-0), Carrington (2-0), Park River-Fordville-Lankin (2-0), Sawyer (3-0), Fairmount-Campbell-Tintah (2-1), New Salem-Almont (3-0), Our Redeemer's (1-0).

Cabin Fever Days set for Feb. 5-14

Cabin Fever Days are scheduled for Feb. 5-14.

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Any business or organization interested in participating can fax their information to 252-3914 or email john@jamestownparksandrec.com .

All Cabin Fever Days events will be advertised in The Sun and found at jamestownparksandrec.com. Deadline is Jan. 13.

For more information contact John at 252-3982.

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