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‘ Above: Jacob Thiefoe runs by a Benson County defender. .1 Below: Jet Azure blocks for a teammate. ‘ Dragons (Continued from Page ’11) work. Quarterback Ethan Morin hooked up with Parisien for what turned into a 74-yard gain. The senior Speedster was shaken up after the play after get- ting horse collared. The awkward tackle forced Parisien from the game for a bit, but he would soon return with a force. Dante ‘Davis capped off the drive with a one-yard plunge“, giving the Dragons a 22-6 ad- vantage. . Parisien returned to anchor the Dragons defense and came up with an interception on the Wildcats next possession. The pick set up the Dragons on the 27-yard line and a pair of runs by Jacob Thiefoe was all that was needed to. give Dunseith a' 28-6 lead.- a The Dragonsi'f‘last score came on a rushing touchdown by Morin. ' The win improved Dun- seith’s record to 1-1 on the year. The team will stay home this. week to take on Nelson County. The Chargersare 2-0 on the young season. Head Coach Wally De- Coteau said his team made a few correctable mistakes but added'he was encouraged by the win. “It’s nice if you can get a ‘ win and know there’s stuff that needs to be fixed and can be fixed,” DeCoteau said. “Overall it was a nice win.” Parisien finished with just under 200 rushing and 100 receiving yards .~ De- Coteau credited Parisian for attacking the Wildcat defense, but added his of- fensive line, consisting of Rodney Laverdure Jr, Zackaahl and Trenton Azure, played‘a key role in the game. , ‘ “The offensive line was in control for muchof the game and did a really nice job,” DeCoteau said. Laverdure Jr. also made an impact on defense, rackingup» a pair of sacks to go along with a fumble recovery. -/ r f . R. ‘ “Rodney really owned the line both offensively and defensively .for us,” DeCoteau said. ~ l uni, i; MOTOR Cb. www.MunroMotorCo.cOn’1 main—me: regressions-17731 24 in Sports Support your F home team! Volleyball Home Jamestown V Away _St. John Volleyball ‘ . Ho'me Newburg- Home Rolette Area High School Volleyball Volleyball The Star Carmen Elick of Northern Lights clobbers a tee shot on hole No. at RollavGolf Course during last week’s tournament. ‘ She took second in the event and led the team to a first-place overall finish. Golf (Continued from Page 11) fired a‘ 107 and Moberg had a 114 Dunseith’s Alerah Baker tied for ninth at 135 to lift the team into third l place overall. . 4 Another" ‘ret’urn‘iiig “ player for Northemb'ghtsg-Agloighavlienpir, shot Play Better Golf with JACK NICKLAUS §m®crs~bmflst PUTTS RRE NEVER EHSV. TO SiMPLlF—Y THEM, CLEHRD/ lDENTlFY lN YOUR MIND‘S EYE THE POINT er (UHICH THE SECOND EFF a141to miforlllzthaplacewith her ‘ l .. ,, . , . new teammate, Kennley' Davis, who ' OJ-ofiglzfifig transferred to St.John from Dunseith . this year. . f The Lady- Dragons" hosted their 5 own toumamenton Fridayat the al— l ways-tricky Garden Gate Golf ‘ Course on the edge of the Turtle j Mountains. Thanks to some challenging in placements, not one golfer broke 100 during the event, not even returning all—stater Dulmage. She won the event, but by just one stroke, firing a 102 to edge out Bottineau’s Tyra St. W W Claim 246 3395 Moberg fired a 105 for third place : . ~ Mm” PM and Elick was fourth with 109 for Northern Lights. They were the only two golfers from the Rolla—St. John , co-op to compete at the event. Dunseith’s Strong took fifth with a I 112. . 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