Madelyn Schmidt hit the go-ahead jumper in overtime for top-ranked Kidder County as the Wolves survived Linton-HMB 71-68 in the District 6 girls basketball tournament championship held Monday at Wishek High School. Schmidt's jumper was the first KC lead since the first quarter. The Lions' Teegan Scherr had a chance to tie the contest at 69-all from the free-throw line, but sank 1 of 2 freebies and forced L-HMB to foul. South Border and Medina-Pingree-Buchanan will be joining Kidder County and L-HMB in the Region 3 tournament Feb. 18-21 at the Jamestown Civic Center.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for Feb. 11: * 8 traffic citations * 8 traffic warnings * 34 parking tickets * 12 accidents investigated * 7 criminal arrests * 3 warrants served
The James River Figure Skating Club competed at the Red River Valley International Classic held Feb. 8-10 in Moorhead, Minn. The event included 324 skaters from 24 skating clubs. Jamestown's Karla Sherfy, Annika Tweten, Gabby Tweten and Synneva Sortland all advanced to the Tom Wilson (formerly Archie Vraa) artistic final round. JRFSC results are as follows: McKenna Becker: 4th in Excel Pre-Preliminary Free Skate, 3rd in Pre-Preliminary Artistic. Brooke Graalum: 2nd in Excel Preliminary Free Skate, 5th in Preliminary Artistic.
The North Dakota Department of Human Services announced Monday that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits for March will be issued to qualifying low-income households on March 1. The U.S. Department of Agriculture will provide funding for next month’s benefits even if there is a second partial federal government shutdown, DHS said.
City of Jamestown crews will start the full snow plowing program starting with the emergency routes at approximately at 5 a.m. Tuesday. Crews will start plowing residential areas at 11 a.m. and will continue work during the night with the downtown district beginning at 11 p.m. The schedules are contingent on weather conditions and snow accumulation totals.
The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org — with “Calendar” in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Monday, Feb. 11 Overeaters Anonymous, 2 p.m., Trinity Lutheran Church, Carrington.
The Jamestown High School Band will present its concert titled "Together" at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 11, in the Jamestown High School Theater.
Dakota Wesleyan University men's wrestling won three of five contested matches Sunday at Harold Newman Arena, but forfeited five matches as University of Jamestown defeated the Tigers 39-9. The Jimmies are 6-6 overall, while the Tigers are 0-8. Jamestown travels to the GPAC Championships in Orange City, Iowa on Feb. 10. University of Jamestown 39, Dakota Wesleyan University 9 125: Jesse Barajas, UJ won by forfeit. 133: Josh Garcia, UJ dec. over Xylon Takata, 14-7. 141: Jesse Murillo, UJ won by forfeit.
University of Jamestown softball dropped its first contest of the season to 25th-ranked Valley City State University—5-1—Sunday morning, but rebounded with a 7-5 victory over Presentation College and a 6-4 win over Dakota State University. The Jimmies finished the two-day Presentation Dome Classic 4-1. Jamestown return to the Presentation College Dome on Friday and Saturday for four more contests in Aberdeen, S.D. Jamestown plays NCAA D-II's Northern State University at 10 a.m., and Mayville State University at noon. Sunday Game 1
Dylan Haney scored a hat trick for the University of Jamestown Sunday as the Jimmies defeated Williston State College 10-2 at John L. Wilson Arena. Jamestown improved to 15-11-1, while Williston dropped below .500 at 14-15-0. The Jimmies next have a crucial road trip to Arizona State University (7-23-2) on Feb. 14 and University of Nevada - Las Vegas (17-5-1) on Feb. 15-16. (17) University of Jamestown 10, Williston State College 2 WSC 0 1 1 -- 2 UJ 4 3 3 -- 10 First period