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The Star Above: Eva Tastad, right, tries to fend off a double-teaming Woodchuck defense that included JSiarah LaRocque, left. At right: Kaycee Desjarlais, center, ran into the defense of Brenna Boucher, left, and Sierra Heinz during the district battle in Rolette. .»-..~.v--u-pp—ppp-y-—-p-ra.pc»»-.-yu-..---,-,..F . St. John Kadence DeCoteau, with ball, flies into the lane in ifront of Rolette’s Hailey Peltier as Megan Boe watches all the ac- ‘ Etion unfold. All Seasons Water Users District 0 Annual Meeting , General Meeting with Election of Directors ' and Other Business 6:30 ’P.M. Thursday, February 18, 2021 SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER BOTTINEAU, ND If you cannot attend, please sign and mail in proxy. “This is an Equal Opportunity Program” Woodchucks down om On Tuesday night, the Comets came within a three—pointer of win- ning their third contest in a row, falling 47-45 to St. John. In a game that saw neither team hit a three-pointer all night, the Woodchucks’ made 10 two-point field goals and three foul shots to account for 23 points, or 49 percent of St. John’s output. Sarah LaRocque had six and Megan Boe each scored five. The Comets missed a lot of op— portunities to win the game at free throw line. The team shot just 61 per- Natalie DeCoteau ‘ cent (17-28) from the charity stripe. On offense, Rolette had a more balanced attack with Brenna Boucher leading the charge with a dozen points. Thanks to her stellar foul shooting, Elizabeth Smith finished with 11 points, making seven of eight from the charity stripe._ Eva Tastad. and Hailey Peltier each aded eight. The Woodchucks’ 15-point out- burst in the second quarter, powered by DeCoteau’s four buckets, was the key to the game. The Comets knotted St. John in points scored during the first and third periods. In the final frame, the home team out scored the ..w.....a..w.-_~w~.m.aa-mus.m~wm.. .Mibawum-M~W»¢A§~u£&.....;.....-....vl;._......;...... .. . ,: 92km " visitors 14-13. The Comet girls won their second game in a row on Monday with 53- 35 swamping of Towner-Granville- Upham. Tastad led the way with 17 points, her third straight outing of 15 or bet— ter. Boucher had 14 points. The duo also combined to make 9 of 10 from the charity stripe to help solidify the win. ‘ Rolette jumped out to an early 12- point lead before giving a little back in the second. Still, the Comets held ets in close battl Page 13 as... a 10-point buffer at the half. The third quarter was all Comets as Tastad dropped eight of her 17 in the frame and Boucher also had eight of her 14. The pair blazed the Titans ’ for eight minutes and gave the team a 21-point lead going into the final stanza. Smith added 10 points to the Comet win. St. John lost a close game on Sat— urday. The ‘Chucks took on Nelson County on the road and came up just short, falling 60-56 in overtime. Standings and Statistics District Boys Basketball as of Jan. 27 Dist. Record Overall Points 1. Langdon . . . . . . . .2-0 . . . . . . . . . . .9-1 . . . . . . . . . .4 2. Dunseith . .' . . . . . .2-1 . . . . . . . . . . .7-2 . . . . . . . . . .4 3. North Star . . . . . ..1-0 .....I . . . . ..6-5 . . . . . . . . . .2 4. Rolla . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 . . . . . . . . . . .5-6 . . . . . . . . . .1 5. St. John . . . . . . . .0-1 . . . . . . . . . . .3-4 . . . . . . . . . .0 '6. Rolette . . . . . . . . .0-2 . . . . . . . . . . .1-9 - . . . . . . . . . .0 Top 10 Scorers (points per game) Top 10 Rebounders (per game) 1 Mitchell Leas, Rolla .............. ..22.3 1 Jalen Poitra, Dunseith ............ ..9.4 2 Grant Romfo, LA-E-M ....... ..20.7 2 Jagger Worley, LA-E-M .......... ..9.3 3 Simon Romfo, LA-E-M .. .....18.6 Michael Dunn, St. John .......... ..8.7 4 Dane Hagler, North Star ....... ..18.2 4 Ben Kraft, Rolette/Wolford ......... ..8 5 Michael Dunn, St. John ........... ..17 5 Ethan Morin, Dunseith . 6 Ethan Morin, Dunseith ............. ..16 6 Simon Romfo, LA-E-M .............. ..7 7 Jagger Worley, LA-E-M‘ ........ .. 14.7 7 Grant Romfo, LA-E-M ............. ..6.6 8 Jaeton Parisien, St. John ..... ..14.3 8 Xavier Mitchell, Rolla .............. .. 6.6 9 Xavier Mitchell, Rolla ............ ..13.8 10 Jalen Poitra, Dunseith ........ ..12.8 9 Hayden Hagler, North Star ..... ..6.4 10 Ben Wagenman, North Star... 6.1 \ ATTENTION HUNTERS 2021 SPRING WILD TURKEY The- North Dakota Game Fish Department announces the following summary of regulations and changes for the ‘ 2021 Spring Wild Turkey hunting season. Licenses will be issued by a weighted lottery procedure. Applications may be submitted online or by phone. Only residents may apply. The deadline for submitting online or phone applications is February 10, 2021. The season will run from April 10 through May 16, 2021. The season bag limit will be one bearded or male wild turkey. Turkeys may be legally taken with shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns), certain handguns, and bow and arrow. APPLYING BY COMPUTER OR BY PHONE QUICK - CONVENIENT - EASY Standings and Statistics District Girls Basketball as of Jan. 27 Dist. Record Overall Points 1. Langdon . . . . ...5-0 . . . . . . . . ..11-3 . . . . . . . . .10 2. Dunseith . . . . . . . .3-1 . . . . . . . . . .10-5 . . . . . . . . . .6 3.NorthStar.......3-2...........7-4 . . . . . . . . ..6 4.St.John........3-3 . . . . . ..5-4 . . . . . . . . ..3 5.R-W............1-5...........6-8.. . . . . . . ..1 1-10 . . . . . . . . ..0 6.Rolla . . . . . . . . . ..0-4.......... Top 10 Rebounders (per game) 1 Natalie Decoteau, St. John ....16.2 Top 10 Scorers (points per game) 1 Rozalind Strong, Dunseith .... .. 22.6 2 Morgan Leas, Rolla .............. ..20.6 2 Brailyn Davis, Dunseith ........... ..14 Danielle Hagler, North Star ....19.5 Kendra Prouty, Dunseith ...... ..10.1 4 Kendra Prouty, Dunseith ...... ..17.3 4 Brenna Boucher, Rolette ......... ..9.8 5 Natalie Decoteau, St. John ....16.4 5 Morgan Leas, Rolla ................ ..9.1 6 Brailyn Davis, Dunseith ........ ..13.5 6 Megan Boe, St. John .............. ..8.1 7 Brenna Boucher, Rolette ...... .. 10.2 7 Sydney Staus, North Star ....... ..7.5 8 Lindsay Nyhagen, North Star ...9.4 8Alani Morin, St. John ................. ..6 9 Eva Tastad, Rolette/Wolford .....9.4 9 Trista Henderson, Rolla .......... .. 5.8 10 Sydney Staus, North Star ..... ..8.6 10 Sierra Heinz, Rolette ............. ..5.2 r—-—————--——'-—————_—1 I I NTION GOOSE HUNTERS The North Dakota Game and Fish Department "A'T‘\ I announces the follwving summary of regulations from amendment number one of the 2020-2021 2021 SPRING LIGHT GOOSE CONSERVATION ORDER February 20 - May 9, 2021 — Statewide Resident hunters must have a cutter! hunting certifitzte, a small game license if I ages 16 and older, and a general game and l'abita license (or combination license). Note: 2020-2021 licenses expire on March 31, 2021. I Nonresident hunters must have a 2021 nonresident spring light goose license ($50.00). I ‘lhis license enables nonresidents to hunt statewide for the entire duration and does not afied their eligibility to purchase a regular nonresident waterfowl hunting license for the fall I 2021 season. i All 2021 Spring Light Goose Conservation Order hunters must register I with the Harvest Infomtation Program (HIP). HIP registration for ND can be obtained with license purchases through the Department's website or by calling 1888-6344798. HIP registration for this conservation orderis also valid for fall hunting. I The Federal waterfowl Stamp is not required for the conservation order. I Only light geese may be taken. Light geese include snow geese, blue geese, and Rose's geese. They may be td(en statewide from February 20 thm May 9, 2021. Via the lntemet Visit our website at gf.nd.gov Regular license fees apph/ With no sen/roe charge added -IXCUPANDSAVE-----—- Fish Department, 100Norlh ismarc You can apply for yonr spring turkey license a 24 hours E to“ "as a day — 7 days aweek 80040645409 Visa, Discover, MasterCard and American Express accepted. SUMMARY OF CHANGES FROM LAST YEAR I Total licenses available increased to 7,005 (up 775). After the initial lottery, remaining licenses will be issued as prescribed by the Director which may allow individuals to obtain one additional license in select units. - Muzzleloading rifles are no longer a legal firearm for taking wild turkeys. - Unit 21 will remain closed to spring turkey hunting in 2021. I Lottery results may be obtained by visiting our website at gf.nd.gov Acomplete 2021 sprin gturke hunting proclamation is available fromtheNorth Dakota Game and I Expressway, Bismarck, ND 58501-5095. (701) 328-6300. —-—— By Phone Slmply call Besides license fee, a $4 00 service char e for each applicant wil be added. L-——_———-——-——-Ik CLIPANDSAVE Via the lntemet Visit our ,, website at gf.nd.gov Regular license fees apply wilh no sen/ice charge added Visa, Discover, MasterCard and American Express accepted. There will be no daily imit or possession limit on light geese during the conservation order I and shoot'ng hours will be from 1l2 hour before armies to 12 hour alter sunsa. Electronic and recorded calls, as well as shotgins capable of hold'ng more than 3 shells, I may be used to take light geese during the cmsenration order. I All Vlbterfowl Rest Areas designated for 2020 are open during the conservation order. Non-toxic shot is required for hinting light geese. LICENSING BY COMPUTER OR BY PHONE QUICK - C‘ONVENIENT - EASY You can instantly purchase yourlicenses —24 hours a day —- 7 days a week By Phone Simply call toll free “'- 800-406-6409 Besides license fee, a servrce charge Will be added Service charge wil vary I depending on amourt at transaction I A complete proclamation along WIth amendment one that contains regulations for the 2021 I I Spring Light Goose Conservation Order is available from the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, 100 North Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, ND 58501-5095. 701) 328-6300. l ‘L—'——————--—————kCUP ANDSAVEI ‘1 l