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Area Athletics - Saturday, Aug. 28

Results from Saturday's prep sports.

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(Photo courtesy of Sheri Twist)

VOLLEYBALL

Bismarck Invite day two - four games

Dickinson High

3-0 win over Devils Lake

25-13, 25-11, 15-11

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2-1 win over Wahpeton

25-15, 25-18, 7-15

2-1 win over Fargo North

18-25, 25-20, 17-15

3-0 loss to Shanley

25-15, 25-22, 15-6

Coal Country Tournament

Dickinson Trinity

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Pool Play

2-0 loss to Kenmare

25-23, 25-14

2-0 win over Richardton-Taylor

25-17, 25-7

1-1 split with Bishop Ryan

25-13, 25-12

Knockout rounds

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2-0 win over Hazen

25-23, 25-13

2-0 win over New Salem

25-8, 25-13

2-0 win over Bismarck Shiloh in Silver bracket championship

25-17, 25-20

GIRLS SWIMMING & DIVING

Coyote Sprint Invite - Williston, ND

Dickinson High

Team finish - 3rd out of 5

Top finisher from Dickinson in each event

200 Medley Relay - 5th, Ericka Williams, Mara Ellerkamp, Aryana Twist, Charley Rathgeber, 2:03.21

200 Freestyle - 6th, Ellerkamp, 2:06.81

100 Individual Medley - 8th, Twist 1:07.14

50 Freestyle - 2nd, Rathgeber, 25.83

1 meter diving - 6th, Kenzie Swisher, 161.70

50 Butterfly - 3rd, Rathgeber, 28.30

100 Freestyle - 9th, Taylor Miller, 57.23

50 Backstroke - 4th, Rathgeber, 31.32

50 Breaststroke -10th, Williams, 35.14

200 Freestyle Relay - 3rd, Miller, Reilly Meyer, Savanna Baranko, Hannah Meschke, 1:52.99

FOOTBALL

Sargent County 39, Heart River 0

The Heart River Cougars got their season underway on Saturday as they travelled to Sargent County in a non-region game. It was the second year in a row Hear River were held scoreless in their opening game, losing to Bowman County last year 26-0 to open the season. The Bulldogs held a 16-0 lead at halftime and continued to extend their lead, scoring 23 in the second half.

Race Archibald is a former sports reporter with The Dickinson Press.
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