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Page 1 The star May 24, 2021 NL senior Jake Mitchell was named this year’s region Senior Athlete of the Year NL boys swing their way to sate The Northern Lights boys golf team punched a ticket to this year's state tournament last week. The team placed third in the re- gional qualifier, which was just high enough to make next week‘s state tourney in Carrington. Bottineau won the event, playing on their own course, with a 35 over par. Glenbum finished an even 100 over par for second but NL was right on the Panthers heels, finishing third withaplus 101. ' NL senior Jake Mitchell helped lead his team'to a third place standing. Mitchell fired a 15 over 87, which was good for fifth place. . Mitchell capped off his day b being named the Region Senior Ath- lete of the Year. ' A pair of Braves, including Jaden McCloud and Max Palmer, finished in a tie for first with a plus five, 77. Dunseith's Tenten Azure finished in a tie for ninth place with a 20 over '92. ‘ Andre Elick shot a plus 27, which Was good for a tie for 15th. . Payne Wilkie finished one shot be— hind Wilkie and finished in a tie for 17th with an even 100. . g Tuff Longie carded a 103, Logan Elick finished with a 105 and Julius Elick shot a 110 for Northern Lights. Zack Pfaul shot a 104 for the Drag- ons to finish in a tie for 23rd. Frank Gladue finished in 31st with a 107. The Northern Lights and Dunseith boys golf teams played in Bottineau last week in an individual qualifier for the state tournament. High winds and greasy greens marked a day of tough sledding for everyone. NL finished tied for third with Glenbum. The Rolla—St. John co—op was paced by Andre Elick who shot a 91 and tied for 12th place. Jake Mitchell was one stroke back at 92 to tie for 16th place. Logan Elick's 96 tied him for 21st and Payne Wilkie shot a 97 to earn solo 23rd. Julius Elick's 106 tied him for 38th. Dunseith's Tenten Azure was the county‘s top golfer in the event with an 87. Zack Pfaul was next with a 93 and tie for 18th place. Frank Gladue shot a 100 to tie for 28th and Julius Grant finished up with a 119 to tie for Slst. The Dragons took seventh place as a team. Track team sends pair to state Northern Lights freshman Justin Hudson punched his ticket to this week’s state track and field meet in a pair of events. Hudson joins his teammate, Ty Abrahamson, who will be competing in the triple jump and 400 this week in Bismarck. r‘ Hudson earned his spot in the state tourney field by placing in the top three in last weeks North Central Re- gion meet in Rugby. Hudson placed second in the 3200 with a personal record time of 11:29.91 and also qual- ified in the pole vault by placing third. Abrahamson geared up for the state meet by placing fourth in the 200, second in the 400 and first in the triple jump. Kylie Parisien placed fifth in the 300 hurdles. Morgan Leas and Trista Henderson finished seventh and eighth in the javelin. Mathias Brien snagged fourth place in the high jump. ‘ Tyrell Yoder earned a fourth place finish for Rolette in the 110 hurdles. His teammates, Brenna Boucher and ’ Sierra Heinz, finished fifth in the shot put and sixth in the discus respec- tively. Earlier in the week Northern TU“! Lights competed in the Devils Lake Rotary. Ty Abrahamson placed in multiple events for NL. The junior earned a second place standing in the 200 with a time of 23.83 and he won the triple jump by over two feet. Kylie Parisien finished seventh in the 300 hurdles and Holden Grann fin- ished eighth in the shot put. Jonathan Leonard nearly placed in the same event, finishing right behing Grann in ninth place. A 4x200 relay team consisting of Kate Munro, Tahya Wilkie, Morgan ' Disrud and Jenna Rosinski claimed fourth place. Rosinski also competed in the shot put and finished in sixth place. Matias Brien mad a bid for a win in the high jump, finishing in second place. Justin Hudson vaulted to a third place standing in the pole vault with a personal best vault of 10 feet. A pair of throwers placed in the discus. Morgan Leas finished sixth while her teammate, Trista Hender- son, earned a seventh place finish. Henderson scored more points for her team with a fifth place finish in the javelin. Cum Immunity mewqu am the "mat til lnlormatlon tar Northbalmtans. V HEWST'AFERS: Want-rs. item I. has inWMW NL girls are state bound The Northern Lights girls golf team extended their season last week by qualifying for next week‘s state tournament in Jamestown. NL battled in the team qualifying tournament in Velva on Friday and finished in second place, only trailing Bottineau by two strokes. NL shot a 129 compared to a 127 for the Stars. NL‘s Marti Moberg came to play, finishing in third place with a 26 over par. Everyone trailed Libby Dulmage of Benson County, who won the event with a plus 12. Dunseith's Avery LaFountain fin- ished in fifth place with an even 100. Carmen Elick locked up seventh place with a 103. Josi Nordmark rounded out the top 10 by finishing in 10th with a 106. Aleigha Lenoir played some of her best golf of the season and shot a plus 38, which was good for a tie for 13th. r Torance Hengry finished in a tie for 23rd by carding a 46 over par. Dunseith's Chesnie Zerr finished with a 132. . Following the event Nordmark capped off her regular season career by being named the Region Senior Athlete of the Year. Girls golfers from Northern Lights and Dunseith took part in the regional play-in tournament in .Velva last week. None of the team members shot the required score of 87 to qualify but BasebaH- team nears the brink The Northern Lights baseball team got their postseason off to a rocky start last week. NL was in Harvey to take on the Hornets last Thursday. After getting the leadoff batter on in the top of the first, NL seemed on their way to some early runs. The rally, however was snuffed out before it got started and NL never threatened again, on their way to a 10- 0 loss. NL collected only one hit and that came in the first inning. Xavier Mitchell worked the first two innings for NL. Andre Elick pitched the next two and Logan Elick tossed the last inning. Despite the setback the season isn't over for NL. The team will take on the loser of Rugby and Bottineau at roughly 5 pm. on Monday. This year's tournament is being played in Cando. 43-...IIOCO.OOOOO .oooeee-eoooe gouge-econ... 'ogoooeoocooeoo i three Northern Lights players finished in the top 10 and captured second place as a team. Velva won the team event by 18 strokes on their home course. Carmen Elick had another good outing on a dry course in high winds. The sophomore shot a 96 to finish in third place. Josi Nordmark took eighth with a - 102 and Marti Moberg was right be- hind her with a 103 and ninth place. Aleigha Lenior shot a 126 to help' Secure the runner-up spot for the team. Dunseith played with Avery LaFountain, who qualified for the state tourney last week. Chesnie Zerr led theLady Drag- ons with a 14th place finish, shooting a 110. Rashonda Counts was 30th with a 127 and Kennley Davis shoot a 128 as did Alera Baker. Dunseith took fifth in the event. Family Size Doritos $298... Our Family mesh bag BET NL senior Josi Nordmark was named this year’s region Senior Athlete of the Year. Asst. 12 pk. fluke 3/$10 24 pk. nasani Wfllfll‘ $349 -1 gal. 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