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The Star September 27, 2021 Page 13 Dragons 1 (Continued from Page 11)‘ three-game sweep. losing by scores of 25-7, 25—19 and 25-13. ‘ Kylie Parisien recorded six kills, one ace and three digs. Jemey Blue added two blocks and ' an ace. Morgen Disrud finished with three kills for the ‘Chucks. ' Dunseith tried to make it three in a row but the Dragons’ opponent was one of the best they’ll play all year. . The Dragons traveled to Langdon to 1 take on Langdon-Edmore—Munich and couldn’t come up with a win, los- ing in three straight contests. Individual stats for any of Dun- seith’s matches were not available. St. John is set to take on Rolla on the road this Thesday‘while Dunseith will play Nelson County on the road ' St. John’s Tuff Longie prepares for a hit from a Bottineau defender as he carries the ball during the Woodchuck’s game Friday night. Bottineau got the ball back with around two minutes left in the half after St. John couldn’t cash in‘on‘the .: pd'ssession.._,.,.. ' ._. ., 11A short punt gave the Braves the rock at midfield. After two cirCus—like catches, not only were the Braves knocking on the door at the one—yard line, one of St. John’s primary offensive threats was lying on the turf injured. Braxton Baker went down during 3/ " x .ng . a; r , Woodchucks (Continued from Page 11) a play in which the Bottineau re- ceiver reached up for a ball way above his head, tipped it and some— how caught it as a‘Woodchuck tried to pull him down. The Braves cashed in on the wild play and took a 14—0 lead into the locker room at halftime. The Woodchucks did get on the board in the third with a Tuff Longie three-yard run to get within one scpre. Bottineau answered back, however, with a six-yard pass-and— catch for a touchdown. The extra point left the Wood— chucks two scores down with only the fourth quarter left to play. Neither team could score and St. John dropped its third contest of the year and first to a regional opponent. The 3-3 Woodchucks will host 7 North Prairie this Friday in a key game that will most definitely play a factor in playoff seeding. g St. John’s Jonathan Leonard prepares to bring the hurt on a Bottineau ball carrier during Friday night’s game. ‘ Ro 11a 1 D rug Main Street, Rolla - 411-3174 All your prescription needs! Gifts for all occasions! Hallmark Cards! Hours: 9-5:30 M-F - 9-1 Sat. Pharmacy open ’til 1 pm. Saturdays Tennessee at NY Jets Harris Oil Hwy 281 Belcourt 477-6000 I Convenience Store Full Self Service Gas Pumps 24 Cleveland at Minnesota ROLLA Dairy Queen" Hot meals , Cool treats! Sto'p in today! NY Giants at New Orleans “You know us. We know I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I u I you. 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All major credit cards accepted Arizona at LA Rams Here for you Rolla: 477:3175 Belcourt: 477-6143 Tampa Bay at New England HERE’S How Ir Won-Ks in each of the boxes above, circle the team at the bottom that you think will win. Then cut out this ad and bring it into The Star, 11 1st Ave. NE. or send it to: Football Forecast,.care of Tortle Mountain Star, Box 849, Rolla, N.D., 58367. Entries must be received at The Star office by Friday at pm. One entry per person. No copies accepted. The winner will also ' get his/her picture in this space the following week. Each weekly winner qual- ifies for the $150 grand prize drawing! , In case of a tie, total points of the Monday night game will determine the winner. ‘Don’t forget to fill it out! Turtle Mountain Star’s Football Forecast CONTEST DACOTAH BANK Member FDIC lallot's a on Thursday. “Mimi or"! 40 Main St. Rolla 477-0522 Omes 1 Indianapolis at Miami Growing Value Top??? 477-31 2 hilt Il’ HUI RS: \lumln} thrn \.1lrni|.i_\ 0:30.11” J) pm Sumln} .‘i :m) 4 pm 24‘Hour Cardtrol Gas 11 Diesel Fuel Premium Com, Fina a Sandwiches! Houston at Buffalo Fooos Fresh Meats ' ln-Store Bakery Every Day Low, Low Prices! OEEN 7 am. 9 pm. M-Sat 9 am. to 7pm. Sun. _477-3119 Carolina at Dallas 4' miles west of 9% Br“: FURNITURE Living Room - Dining Room Bedroom Appliances EZ Financing Available! Pittsburgh at Green Bay ’ Join us at the lounge for Football Sundays! Highway Belcourt . Store: 477-5793 - Off-Sale: 477-5801 Monday Night Game Las Vegas at LA Chargers Entries for the second week of the Football Forecast ballooned and yet for the second week in a row. there was only‘ one prognosticator atop the heap. Shauna LaValIie y got just two games . incorrect by select- > " ing a host of visiting teams to win over the favored home teams. She cor- rectly chose the Raiders to take down Big Ben and the Steelers while V also correctly predicting that the Titans would upset the Seahawks in their own nest. For LaValIie’s efforts, The Star purchased her a $25 gift certificate to Curt’s Theatre. .x or LOCAL LOCAL;