McLean County Independent Sports

The Trooper girls took a difficult loss at home Monday, facing off against the Hornets in varsity action.

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The Troopers played host to the Lewis and Clark Wildcats on the April 20 in weather more suited for goose hunting than baseball but the teams and fans braved freezing temperatures, snow flurries, breezy conditions and no restrooms to watch a doubleheader split.

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With temps in the 30s, the Trooper baseball team took the field in Hazen for a non-region doubleheader with the Bison Monday.

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Garrison students are among nearly 2,000 North Dakota teens taking part in the state’s high school clay target league this year.

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April 7, 2021

A moment of calm

Coming over the rise and down the gravel road to the boat launch, the early morning sun reflected off the sprawling lake, which was only slightly dappled by a light and variable breeze.

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Every year, BLFG discusses an array of potential projects that gear towards the betterment of Garrison living. Last year they decided on a new fish cleaning station. 

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For Jared Shypkoski of Dickinson, his spring walleye adventures were already off to a great start after catching a personal best 31-inch fish on a trip to the Columbia River two weeks ago.

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It was a year of ups and downs for the Trooper boys, and one head coach Justin Folk said the team should be proud of. 

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Monday’s start to the Region 5 tournament would prove to be rocky for District 10 teams, which all brought home losses against District 9 opponents. 

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The Trooper boys entered the District 10 tournament as the No. 1 seed, and left as champions. 

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