Mountrail County Record Sports

Starting pitcher Chandler Karna was wild, yet effective in Makoti’s 3-1 win over Crosby last Thursday. Chandler picked up the win, allowing only one hit and one earned run, while walking eight and striking out nine over four innings.

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For the second year in a row, Kenny Wells of Parshall has won state titles in the 1600-meter and 3200-meter runs.

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Thirteen athletes on the Parshall track and field team have qualified for and will be competing in the state track meet in Bismarck this weekend.

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The Parshall girls track team vaulted to 70 points taking fourth place in the Northwest Conference meet held in Tioga last Thursday behind the strength of Alexis Woods.

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In the past couple of weeks, Parshall’s track and field athletes have stepped it up a notch and are beginning to roll as the regional and state track meets are upon us.

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Parshall’s Lady Braves blasted through the competition in the Williams County Invitational track meet on Tuesday, finishing with 131 points and outdistancing second-place Stanley by 18 points.

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Parshall’s track athletes are picking up right where they left off last year. The Parshall boys scored 40 and finished fourth, while the 10th-place girls picked up 26 in the Beulah Miner Classic last week that was held at the Hazen track and field complex.

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The indoor season continues to be outstanding for the Parshall track and field team. The Parshall boys were able to take a commanding victory during the North Western Conference Indoor last Thursday without a single first place individual.

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Long-distance runner Kenny Wells picked up where he left off last season. The defending state champion in the mile and two mile chalked up a pair of victories at the North Dakota State University indoor meet in Fargo last Saturday.

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The Tailrace below Garrison Dam has been a cure for “fishing fever” all winter long. More recently, the waters of the Tailrace have proven a medicine for open water fishermen stricken with a severe case of “spring fever.”

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