Sometimes the scoreboard is not an entirely accurate depiction of how the game went. Although the final score pitted New Salem with the District 9 victory last Thursday, the Center-Stanton volleyball team could smile at their moral victory.
Posted 9/29/10 (Wed) read more »
When Center-Stanton head coach Brett Eckert looked down the sidelines at 20 prospective players to begin the season, it made the him smile.
Posted 9/22/10 (Wed) read more »
After spending a year as Hazen’s primary setter last season, Payton Borud is finding her transition to middle hitter is paying off this fall. The senior collected five kills in last week’s action as the Bison swept Center-Stanton 3-0.
Posted 9/15/10 (Wed) read more »
In the first coaches poll of the 9-man football season, Mott-Regent was a unanimous first place pick. Last Friday night they showed why with an 82-8 smash over Center-Stanton.
Posted 9/08/10 (Wed) read more »
To all 9-man football teams, Center-Stanton has something to say: We are not the same old Wildcat football team.
Posted 9/01/10 (Wed) read more »
A nod of the head is all it takes. Although the next 10 seconds may be a blur, riders hope to end with both teammates having a rope around the steer and a time lower than the rest.
Posted 8/25/10 (Wed) read more »
Most people who have ever tried to compete in a power pull say that all it takes is one time for people to get hooked. It’s that mentality that keeps some of the more traditional pullers active even as the sport transitions into a young man’s game.
Posted 8/18/10 (Wed) read more »
At 19 years old, Haleigh Erickson is an “old man.” The Stanton native reached the end of her days that she qualified as a “kid” in the 15th and final Ed McLain Memorial Old Man and Kid Fishing Derby. So she decided that she would be the adult partner in the 2010 competition held last Sunday during Stanton’s Knife River Days.
Posted 8/11/10 (Wed) read more »
If you asked Washburn American Legion coach Kip Erickson if he prefers to be lucky or good, the veteran coach doesn’t settle for one or the other.
Posted 8/04/10 (Wed) read more »
Meet Jeff Rasmussen, dream crusher. The Washburn American Legion outfielder was the man on the spot during the opening round of the Section 7 Tournament Thursday. His late-inning grab deep in the left field corner saved the run from scoring and then his seventh inning RBI clinched the 5-4 walkoff win over Hazen.
Posted 7/28/10 (Wed) read more »