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Page 1 0 The Star June 7, 2021 Avery LaFountain chips on to the green on hole No. 18 at Jamestown Country Club during the first round of the ND. Class B Girls State Tournament. LaFountain goes Out in style with all-state performance By Jason Nordmark Of The Star Approaching thefinalhpla ether high school career, Avery LaFountain was anything butCalfn’ahdchbllected. The golf gods caught up to the Dunseith senior on No. 17 when a four-putt left her with a triple bogey and threatened to derail at top 10, all~ state finish in the NI). Class B Girls State Golf Tournament. LaFountain stood alone on the 18th tee box, frustrated and sullen, staring down the fairway. That’s when her head coach, Kevin Nelson, walked up to her, put his hand on her arm and said a few words. Nelson would not take credit for what happened next, but that choice to address his emotional young player was clearly the correct course of action. ' LaFountain hit an absolute bomb of a drive and followed that up with a near-perfect approach shot to within 10 feet of a tricky green. I The putt broke a little to the left and right into the center of the hole. The birdie cemented LaFountain’s place in the top 10 and Dunseith High School history as an all-state player. “I just told her it wasn’t over,” Nelson said as the players awaited the awards ceremony. Clearly it was— n’t, but the back nine at Jamestown Country Club was a difficult one for LaFountain on day two. The Dunseith right—hander started out in reverse, taking two double—bo- geys followed by another bogey. She stopped the free-fall, however, play- ing the final six holes of the front nine l-under. The birdie came on the course’s most difficult hole, the par 6 sixth. ' After that streak, troubled reared its head again. On. day one and the practice round, LaFountain birdied hole No. 10 both times. During the final round, she carded another double-bogey when led to six dropped shots in first four holes on the back nine. With the pressure mounting, LaFountain righted the} ship with three straight pars before hole No. 17 frazzled the nerves of each player in the tournament’s second-to—last pair- mg. LaFountain’s drive was another monster but itwas off track into the" LaFountain (Continued on Page 11) Play Better Golf withACK NICKLAUS 5255 THE ' CONSISTENCY on THE saNo , LUHEN FIGURING 5n LL‘5 bEH nVi OR . ~-~~m-x\ ..“\\\\\ \‘§\\ com-rm:~ 1 NR HE a.“ ‘\:\\ \“ \\ T \\ \\ First State Insurance Agency of Rolla, Inc. and Bottineau Branch 477-6431 228-2302 . 1-800-233-1341‘ 1-888-276-1704 0202i King Feahlres Syndicate. Inc All iigms mum , I GENERALLY PLQ‘I AGGRESSNELY FROM FlRM -oR we‘l— SHND\ bUT 6M FT LITTLE MORE CHUTIOUS FROM ConRsE OR HEHW STUFF._ <WHEN .THE SEND l5 REHLLV FINE .OR PowDEiaox l GLwHVS .. PLAY. VER-y CONSERVHTIVELY. OU SHOULD S‘IYRFITEGIZE LIKEIUISE. Hef‘ejbr you‘.“ BANKING s INSURANCE MORTGAGE ~ dacotahbank.com RflerMmmcm TRUST off a shaky start five-over after three holes and rebounded to make three of those pars on the front finishing with a 46. Three more pars, including a solid five on the last, left him with a 44 on the back nine in his first- l. 1“ went on to shoot a 45 on the back, a full six strokes better than the day before. Nordmark finished in 37th place out of th field’s 114 participants. Marti Moberg also had a strong showing, fin- ishing 44th. Her second-day effort of 97 included the lowest nine hole score of the day for NL. Pow- ered by three pars, the junior posted a 44 on the back nine to boost the team up the leader board. Carmen Elick, a sophomore, took 64th place. She improved by four strokes on the back nine to end the tournament with a 108. The team’s other senior, Torrance Henry, shot a 117 to secure the top 10 placing’and improving her Boys Golf (Continued from Page 9) ever state tournament. ’The squad’s youngest two players gained some valuable experience on day one. Elick shot a 92 after starting with a triple bogey on the course’s fourth hardest hole, a par 5 526-yard widow maker. Girls Golf (Continued from Page 9) 18-hole score by four strokes over day one. Aleigha Lenoir also competed for NL. While she didn’t figure into the team score on day two, she did show four—stroke improvement over the first day’s effort. She also parred hole No. 14 down the stretch. After day one action, Northern Lights team was in the top 10‘. Northern Lights had a solid performance start- ing with Moberg who didn’t hold back on any shots. The junior finished with a 96, powered by an opening nine 46. ' I Nordmark was one back with a 97 after also fir- ing a 46 on the front nine. Above: Julius Elick uncorks a drive during the second day of the ND. Class B State Golf Tournament. The Rolla seventh grader had a down-then- up start on day one of the event. . At left: Seventh grader Payne Wilkie watches his tee shot sail down the middle of the fairway during the state tournament. To his credit, the youngest Elick bounced back with a par on his second hole and a birdie on his third. Wilkie shot a 99 in his state tournament debut. He got better as the day went along, starting his second nine with two pars in a three-hole span. l saga-um. m n w.- n 12.2. Elick shot a 103. She started hot with three pars on the front nine for a 47. Henry finished with 121 , shooting a steady 61- 60 to leave the St. John-Rolla—Rolette cooperative 13 strokes ahead of Park River and seven back of Des Lacs—Burlington, solidity in 10th place over- all. Lenoir was just three strokes back with a 124. Northern Lights took second in the region and outperformed N0. 1 team, Bottineau, by 33 strokes on the first day of the state tournament,‘ which stood as a testament to the Rolette County squad’s ability to exceed expectations. NL also outplayed, Bottineau on- day two by 20 strokes. SEASON OPENS DEER BOW September (12.00 noon) CLOSES ‘Exception - See information on Special Herd Reduction Deer Seasons. Attention Hunters 2021-2022 Deer Hunting Proclamation Summary The North Dakota Game and Fish Department announces the following summary of regulations and changes for the 2021 Deer Hunting Seasons. The deadline for submitting applications is June 2. £221. RESTRICTIOS Hesdents Any deer is legal. No unit restrictions AREAS Statewide . . license, No unit restrictions Orange clothing required of all bow hunters during regular gun season. Nonresndents Restricted to species of deer described on General Information - Applicants for regular deer gun. gratis. youth and muzzleloader licenses must apply online through the Department’s website at gl.nd.gov. The deadline for submitting applications is June 2. 2021. ‘ Resident deer bow licenses are, issued by the Department‘s 16 1/2 Day Season November 5 (12:00 noon) YOUTH DEER Naval-mar 21 MUZZLELOADER Noverrber 26 (12:00 noon) septa-“Der 17 (12:00 noon) Restricted to type of deer and unit dewbed on license. Type ol deer includes species and whether antlerless or anllsisd (at least one veible antler). Note exception for white-tailed deer hunters in units 48. AC. AD and 4E. Orange clothing required. Restricted to white—tailed deer only and type of deer described on llcense No unit restrictions. Orange clothing required. i1 (by Dec. 31l,12.&13 year olds white-flied dear only. 14 (by Dee. snaisyearoios-Anydoerlsieglmm'nsaai. 382. AA. 48, AC. 40, 4E and 4F aspeoial license is required to hunt anlleied mule deer. . No unil resinctiors emeplthcseprmessing thespeo‘al antlein mule deer lioerserrmslhml in theiru'iit Iheerm’msemon. Orange clothing required. HOURS OF HUNTING are cne~halt (1/2) hour before sunrise to one~half (112) hour after sunset except when season opens as noted above. Hunters must cease any hunting activity, leave any stand or blind. and must be in the procm of leaving the lield at the close of shooting hours (one-hall (1/2) hour after sunset). All season openers are Central Time. Summary of Changes from Last Year - The 2021 North Dakota deer hunting season ls set with 72.200 licenses available. 3.150 more than last year. - In total. any-antlersd licenses lncrsmed by 1500 item last year. any-antlsiless by 1.250. antlered whitetail by 100. antlerless whitetail by 100. anlledsw mule deer by 200. and anllared mule deer licenses remained the same. Tomi muzzlolosder licenses Increased by 60 and restricted youth antlered mule deer licenss remained the same. Al Additionalspecial deer bow seasons wil be held in 9011de Qty OI Bismarck and private . land in Burieigh County lomted south and east of the Ciy ol Bismarck. l-lmters who desire to from within the city IIITIKB oi Bisrmrck must iecaive trespass permits from the Bismarck Chic! of Police (701223-1212). Alimited nunberof licenses (avath on the Departmeds We) will be issued. The bag limit shall be one antlenesswhile-iailed deerlor each special deerbow license. 8.) Additional special deer bow seasons will be held on private land in Burieigh County located north of the City of B‘smnick. A min-mi of 400 annulus special deer bow season licenses (available on the Department’s website) wil be issued. The bog imlt smll be one antlerless white-tailed deer to each spec‘nl deer bow license. C.) Additional specnl deer bow seasons will be held on private bud in Morton County located adiacent to the City cl Mandan. A limited number of licenses (available on me Department's website) wil be issued. The bag limit shall be one antleriess white—th dealer each special deer bow license. D.) Mdknml special deer bow seasons will be held in portions ol the City of Huge and adjacent areas. including privately owned land. Hunters who desk! to hum wlmh the ciy Emits of Fargo must receive a Fargo City Deer Penn! from the City of Farm (701-241—1337). A mmm of 90 antledess spec'al deer bowseaeon licenssslavahbls crime Decent-nails webeielwill be issued. ' Special Experimean Herd Reduction Deer Bow Seasons (The seasons shall run from September 3. through January31. 2022) Lottery results may be obtained by: A dear carcass or bonedbui meat must be accompanied by the heed to the final place of storage. wulh the Iollowrng exception: in ascun‘enlly reauired. than take two pictures usmg a cell phone with location. data and time sump turned on. One picture ol the entire animal at the kill srte with tag attached. and a second picture of a close—up of the tag so that log information is readable. If youlsdve the deer head in the hold at the kill site. after taking pictures and savlng them. the our 01 antler with the lag attached must be cut oil and accompany the meet or carcass while in transport. The photographs of the tagged deer must be shown to any game warden or other law enforcement olhcer upon request. Speclic detafls and areas open to hunting Will be determined by lhe City of Fargo. Hineis mus subms applimtions to the Department‘s Bisrmrck office alongth a copy oftheir Fargo Pencil. E.)An additional speual deer bow season will be held at the IBDA—ARS Nodhem'Gieat Plains Research Lab in Mandan. A limited number at licenses (avaihble on the Department's welliel will be Sued. Application for the lottery lor these licenses will be avails“: at manusda. gov/plains-area/mandan-nd/ngpn. The bag limit shall be one antlerless white-tailed deer for each special deer bow license. F.) Additioml specxal deer bow seasons Will be held on NDDOCR land south of Bismrck. A maiun‘um 01 25 access permits are available to bow hunters through the NDDOCFI. A limited number of licenses (available on the Department’s websle) wll be issued The bag lint she! be one antleness whitertailed deerlcr each special deer bow license. G.) Additional special deer bow seasons will be held in portions oi the City (1 Minot hcludng privately owned land. Hunters who desura to hunt within the city limes ol Minot must receive a Minot City Deer Permit (mm the Cry oi Minot (wt-857.4711). A limited number of antlerless spec‘nl deer bow season licenses (available on the Department's wet:th will be issued Specific details and areas open to homing will be determ'ned by the Ckyof Minot. Hunteis msubmk applications to are aartment‘s Bismrek office along with a copy of their Minot Penrit. , A complete Z21 doorhuntbig prodanafion is avaim l'mm the Not!!! Dakota Game i! fig! Department, North Bismarck Expresswa, Bisrnalck. ND 58501-5w5, (701) I I 1 Bismarck office. through the Department’s website. authorized vendors. or by calling 1—8004066409. Nonresident general deer bow licenses (tor white-tailed deerlaie issued by the Department‘s Bismarck office. through the Department‘s website. authorized vendors. or by calling 1400mm. - Nonresident any deer bow licenses (which include mule deer) are issued by lottery only from the Department's Bismarck office. Deer gun and muzzleloader licenses are issued by a weighted lottery procedure through the Departmenl’s Bismarck office. Resident gratis. nonresidenl landowner. and youth deer licenses are issued through lhs Department’s Bismarck office. Resident deer bow license holders may lake and possess one deer of any type per season except as described for the special herd reduction deer seasons. Nmes'identdeerbow license holde'srnaytakeandposssss oriedeer of the lypedescrtbed on their license Deer gun licence holders may take and possess one deer ol the type described on their license. ‘ Muzzleloader license holders may take and possess one whileiailed deer oi the type described on their license. ' Residents ages 11 (by Dec. 31 ). 12. and is hunting during the youth deer season may take and possess one antlent white-tailed deer. - Voulh deer season license holders ages 14 (by Dec. attend 15 may lake and possess one deer of any species. sex or age except_ that in units 381. 382. 4A. 48. AC. AD. 4E and 4F 3 special license is required to hunt antlered mule deer. - Residentgialis and nonresident landowner license holders may take and possess one door of the type described on their license. Gratis license holders may nottekea mule deerduring muzzleloader sewn. In no case is it legal to possess or transport a deer unless it is properly tagged. White-tailed door Ilconss holders for units 48 and 40 mm hum In their mlgmd unit for MNM 24R days (November say For the mm oftiie any: gun season. they may huntslthor or. both units. White-tailed deer [Icons- holdsn tar units 40 and th mm hunt In their assigned unit for theflrst 2-112 days 7 (November 5-1). For the remainder ot-‘the deer gun; schemthoymeyhmtenhsrorbomunlts. . .t . LICENSING BY COMPUTER OR BY PHONE . QUICK — CON VENIENT w EASY ’ You can purchase licenses - 24 hours a day (lsz swear. Visa. Discover. MasterCard and American Express mplsd. VII the Internet visit our website at gl.nd.gcv . by Phone Simply call toll tree ‘I $00—4ofi-U4UB Regular license fees apply with no service charge added. Besides license Ice. a service charge will be added. \ ‘a I l I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I ‘l I I I l I I | I I I I I I I I I .l