It was another two game week for the Lady Troopers. It’s a family affair against the Cardinals. Troopers not only won, they ran away with it once again. The Lagge sisters came out on top in their respective positions. Sarah had 31 assists, while Paige led with 21 digs.
Garrison-Max Varsity Volleyball season opened last week with two games. First game jitters against the Berthold Bombers Aug. 28 were definitely present, but Coach Josh Wastvedt said, “We have to keep in mind how incredibly young we are not only grace-wise, but also experience wise.”
It’s been a good season for Tomlinson Racing. Brothers Stan (Buckwheat) and Vance Tomlinson each recently picked up track championships at the McLean County Speedway in Underwood – Buckwheat in Sport Mods and Vance in hobby stock -- and nephews Myles and Marcus have been tearing up several tracks around the state and beyond in A-Mods, the same type of car their dad Mike Tomlinson, older brother to Vance and Buckwheat, used to drive.
Josh Wastved.has a passion for volleyball. He graduated in 2005 from Hatton, ND and hasn’t stopped coaching since. But his history with the game started well before that. He was in junior high when he was killing time by blocking varsity girls’ spikes during volleyball practice.