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September 19, 2018

Cardinals spend week at home

The Center Wildcats were able to control most of the first set of the Cardinals’ second home game of the week.

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The Southern McLean Roughriders spent the night of Sept. 7 battling the Beulah Miners.

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September 5, 2018

Miners fall short in opener

It was a back and forth fight through the final minutes of last week’s Miner volleyball season opener, with the Wilton-Wing girls duking it out with the Strasburg/Zeeland Clippers over four tight sets.

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Aug. 24 marked Southern McLean’s first official game of the season, matching up with Minot’s Bishop Ryan Lions. Bishop Ryan wasted no time in getting down the field and scoring, as their first touchdown came within the first minute and a half of the game.

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Washburn gave it their all in their last home game for the season against the Bismarck Reps last week.

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Washburn’s legion baseball team fought hard in their single game against Renville County on July 9.

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The night of June 26th was eventful for the Washburn Legion baseball team as they took on the Bismarck Capitals for a doubleheader.

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Many WWCS baseball players were recognized at the end of their 2018 season. For their team awards, Nolan Teigen was named WWCS Most Valuable Player.

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As the level of Lake Sakakawea rose, so did the number of phone calls to the Riverdale U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ office during the past week.

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Lauren Koski, Trevor Schreiner, Alexis Waldren, Hayle Boechler, Cameron Hall, Dan Olson and Dakota Harrison have all signed letters of intent to play college sports starting in 2018. Read about each of the local athletes in a special feature in this week’s Leader-News. Stories and photos on pages 14-15.

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