Aarhus has been a sports writer for the Jamestown Sun since May of 2012. Before that, he was the sports editor at the Minot Daily News and the Daily Republic in Mitchell, S.D. He also worked as a sports writer at The Dickinson Press.
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JAMESTOWN — West Fargo’s Riley Johnson and Fargo Davies’ Tanner Kretchman went toe-to-toe all day Tuesday and for most of Wednesday.
Jamestown’s inability to finish hurt again on Tuesday.
No. 1 Watford City (Region 8) Coach: Justin Johnsrud (6th year) Record: 22-1 Last time at state: 2011, eighth. Best bats: David Kline (jr.), .603 AVG., 28 R, 3 HRs,...
JAMESTOWN — The Dickinson High baseball team struck the proper balance between staying patient and swinging away on Friday at Jack Brown Stadium.
JAMESTOWN — Unanimous selections Sarah Jacobson of Fargo Shanley and Alexis Klabo of Fargo Davies lead a group of five selected to this season’s Class A all-state first team.
MINOT — Dickinson Trinity pressured its way into an early-season signature win on Saturday.
JAMESTOWN — Complacency reared its ugly head whenever Bismarck High got out to a big lead on Thursday, and it cost the Demons the opening set.
MINOT -- Jacob Volk didn't feel good about the shot he launched from 30 feet off one foot with 2 seconds remaining on Saturday. The 6-foot-3 senior guard from Dickinson Trinity was hoping to break a 54-all tie after a set play fell apart with time winding down. "I was thinking it was going to overtime," jokingly said Trinity coach Gregg Grinsteinner, who was named Class B Coach of the Year. On the other end, Rugby coach Mike Santjer wasn't sure about the range, but he saw the accuracy. "From here, it looked pretty good," he said.
It's the middle of June, so that means little league baseball should be in full swing around the state. Those early mornings of trying to find your baseball cleats and getting all the way to the diamond before remembering that you forgot your baseball cap -- only to shrug your shoulders and say, "Eh, I don't need it." It's a fun time for most kids, and the memories can last a lifetime. Here are a few of mine: -- The first summer I started playing, my very first hit was an instant little league classic. The pitcher -- also the umpire -- lobbed the ball across home plate and I swing over to