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JAMESTOWN BLUE JAYS

Dickinson traveled to Minot to test their mettle in a doubles event.
Both baseball and softball teams tallied 54 hits in Thursday's doubleheaders.
Athletes from across the state traveled to Dickinson to compete in a meet dampened by strong winds and chilled temperatures.
It was a close game all the way down the stretch, including a one-point margin with 23 seconds remaining.   

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The Midgets are on a six game skid after Friday night’s loss.
Taking to the mats and keeping opponents on their backs led to a team win for Dickinson wrestling.
Dickinson's three-game win streak in conference play was snapped Saturday night.
The score line tells a story of a one sided affair, but Dickinson girl’s hockey team tenacity was an act in itself in the overwhelming defeat against Jamestown Saturday afternoon.
The final home meet for the Dickinson boys swimming and diving team took place Friday night.
FARGO — Jamestown’s Jacob Hilgeman played what his coach called “the half of his life.” Hilgeman propelled the Blue Jays to a runaway first half in their 71-54 victory over Devils Lake in the North Dakota Class A boys basketball quarterfinals Thursday, March 12, at Scheels Center at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex.

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Nolan Nenow, a freshman, scored two goals and had an assist for Jamestown.
FARGO — The Fargo Shanley Deacons and Jamestown Blue Jays aren't new to seeing each other in the Class A state volleyball tournament. Shanley topped Jamestown in the consolation semifinals last year, and in similar fashion, the Deacons knocked the Blue Jays out of championship play this year.
MINOT -- Jamestown starting pitcher Payton Gall got off to a hot start in a West Region quarterfinal against No. 3 Dickinson High. In the first inning, she threw nine pitches and struck out two batters, an especially impressive feat when consider...

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