McLean County Independent Sports

June 19, 2019

Pump it up

How does he do it? How does Garrison High School coach/teacher Justin Folk inspire 20 or so kids to get up at 7 a.m. during the summer to come to the high school to lift weights?

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The Titans started their season strong and came out swinging with two big wins during their double header with Bottineau on June 4. In the first game, Clay Bendickson went four for four at bats, and three total runs.

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The Garrison Trap Team placed second in Section 1A conference 4 for the Spring League Competition.

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Kaitlyn Klein and Illise Jennings ran the 200 meter dash in the rain on the first day on the North Dakota State Track Meet in Bismarck, and they both qualified.

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There’s nothing like waiting until the last meet of the regular season to start breaking records, and that’s exactly what the girls 4x200 relay did at the Hazen Invitational last weekend.

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Another meet in Underwood May 9 brought good things to the track teams.

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It’s like the girls were feeling out the competition in the first inning against Heart River before they attacked starting in the second. From then on they were unstoppable.

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Even though many girls weren’t there for the Garrison-Max girls track meet, they still managed to pull off a win tying for 1st place at the Washburn meet last week. Only nine girls competed in nine events, and there were top ten finishes in each event.

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Cossacks lost both games to Velva-Drake April 18 at Velva.

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April 17, 2019

First game, first win

Garrison-Max Girls Softball team came out swinging in their debut game against Westhope.

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