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Monday, March 28, 2005
Arneson Debuts with Big Club
Justin Arneson, a 2000 Fergus Falls High School graduate and member of the Minnesota Twins organization made his debut with the major league team on Monday afternoon in Fort Myers, Florida.

Arneson was informed on Sunday that he would be dressing for Monday's game between the Twins and the Cincinnati Reds. Justin was inserted as a pinch-runner in the sixth inning and scored on a double by catcher Joe Mauer. Then, in the eighth inning, Arneson reached base when he lined the first pitch he saw into right field for a single. He was erased on a fielder's choice at second base, however he broke up a double play in the process. Arneson played center field in his three inning stint. The Twins reward some of their minor league players with an opportunity to dress for some of the major league games with no guarantee that they will get into the action, but Arneson made the most of his opportunity.

Justin received his Fort Myers Miracles jersey on Saturday and will be starting the season with the Florida State League team in Class A. The Twins are high on Arneson and if he can remain healthy look for him to advance up the ladder. I would think he would be in New Britain, playing for the Double-A Rock Cats by mid-season. I really think that he can make it to the big leagues, again, if he remains healthy. He has a tremendous work ethic, is a gifted athlete and a very level-headed young man. He's the kind of guy you can root for every time. Way to go Justin!

By the way, the Twins won the game 7-1 and Arne didn't have any defensive chances. OPENING DAY IS A WEEK AWAY!
Posted By Craig Olson
Monday, March 21, 2005
Sutor a Multiple All-American
Will Sutor became a multiple All-American by his outstanding performance at the final meet of his collegiate swimming career, the NCAA Division III National Championships at Holland, Michigan.

Sutor, a senior at Gustavus-Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, placed second in the 100 butterfly with a time of 49.55. He had placed ninth in the event as a junior.

Will was also a part of four Gustavus relay teams, all of which earned All-American status by finishing in the top eight at the national meet.

The 200 freestyle relay was second (1:22.95), the 200 medley relay, with Will swimming the fly, was fourth (1:32.66), the 400 medley relay placed seventh (3:27.03) and the 800 freestyle relay was eighth (6:53.68).

In his other individual event, the 200 butterfly, Sutor didn't qualify for finals as he had the eighteenth fastest time in the prelims and the top sixteen move into the finals. His time in the event was 1:54.67.

As a team, Gustavus-Adolphus finished seventh with 176 points. Kenyon College of Gambier, Ohio, won an unprecendented 26th consecutive NCAA Division III Men's Championship with an astounding 556.5 points.

Will has had an outstanding post high school career and has been extremely dedicated to his sport since his involvement in the USS Summer Swim Program as an elementary student. Our congratulations to him on the All-American honors. He worked hard to achieve what he has achieved.

Minneapolis Community and Technical College took fifth place at the recently completed NJCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament in Delhi, New York. The Marauders were making their third national tournament appearance.

Jay Pivec's team started the tournament with a 64-60 win over SUNY Cobleskill, New York but lost to eventual champion Hostos from the Bronx 71-69 in the semifinals. In the third place game, Minneapolis fell to Richland of Dallas, Texas 76-66. Hostos went on to claim the title with a 73-71 win over Joliet, Illinois. Hostos was making its first ever national tournament appearance.

The Marauders end the year with a record of 29-5, including an undefeated season in the Southern Division of the Minnesota Community College Conference. Their previous national tournament appearances came in 1993 and 1995. The Spartans of Minnesota State Community and Technical College are the only Minnesota team to win a Division III NJCAA championship having accomplished the feat with a perfect 29-0 season in 1997-1998.

Former Fergus Falls hockey player Justin Stock just completed his senior season as a member of the University of Illinois Fighting Illini hockey team. What a year it was!! The Fighting Illini won their first ever American Collegiate Hockey Association National Championship and they did it in dramatic fashion.

Seeded fourth, the Illini opened the tournament, hosted by Robert Morris College March 3 through 6 in Bensenville, Illinois, with an impressive 6-1 win over number thirteen, Washington and Jefferson. In the quarterfinals they bumped off number five Lindenwood University 3-1. Stock assisted on the game winning goal in this game, on the power play. That victory put the Illini up against number one ranked Rhode Island, a team that had been at the top of the polls since November 19. The Illini surprised them with a 5-3 win and advanced to the championship game against Penn State. They handed the Nittany Lions a 4-3 setback to claim the title.

Stock, a defenseman, finished the season with six goals and nine assists for fifteen points. He scored one power play goal and also spent 52 minutes in the penalty box, taking 19 penalties. Stock, a 2001 graduate of Fergus Falls High School, will graduate in May.

The Otters all-time leading scorer, Ryan Miller, will step on the ice at Mullins Center in Amherst, Massachusetts on Saturday as a member of the first ever NCAA qualifier from Bemidji State University. The Beavers will open up against second-seeded Denver University at 11:00 a.m. Saturday in the NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championships. DU is the top seed in the Northeast Region. They shutout Colorado College 1-0 on Saturday to win the WCHA Final Five Tournament.

Despite their 4-2 loss to UND in the third place game on Saturday, the Minnesota Gophers earned the number one seed in the West Regional and will square off against Maine at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Mariucci Arena. UND gets a number two seed in the East Regional in Worcester, Massachusetts and will battle Boston University at seven o'clock Friday night at Worcester's Centrum Centre.

The Spartan baseball team which went 2-5 during their Florida trip, features several athletes from area high schools as head coach Kent Bothwell has done a good job recruiting some local talent.

Shortstop Nate Meissner, a second team All-American in NJCAA Division III as a freshman, hails from Brandon, while Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton graduate Mike Hanson is one of the returning pitchers on the team. Catcher Erik Schmitz from Wheaton is also back from last year's National Tournament team.

Matt Brekke is a freshman from Fergus Falls High School and is listed as a catcher for the Spartans. Ashby product, Chris Ohren will pitch and play outfield. Other freshmen from the area include a couple of kids from Hancock, infielders Rick Jepma and Kirby Marquart, infielder Caleb Curry of Alexandria, infielder/pitcher Tyler Larson from Detroit Lakes, Perham pitcher/infielder Brock Collins and pitchers Casey Bovkoon and Bryan Flach from Fargo.

Assistant coaches Kyle Johnston and Kellen Shebeck are also area products with Johnston coming from DL and Shebeck from Underwood. Both are former Spartans. Shebeck will also be coaching the Fergus Falls American Legion Post 30 team this summer.

Several former Spartans from the area are playing at four year schools including Fergus Falls High School graduates Brandon Goltz, a senior at NDSU, Ryan Hendrickson, a junior at UND and Mick Hanan, a junior at SDSU.

The next fight for Zach 'Jungle Boy' Walters will be at the DECC (Duluth Entertainment Convention Center) on May 7.
Zach will be the main event that night and will be sharing the card with another former Fergus Falls Golden Gloves boxer, Andy Kolle.

Walters says, "This is going to be the BIGGEST fight card Minnesota has held in close to 15 years. The Venue holds 8,500 people. I have fought in small smoky bars, the home towns of my opposition, and now I get to return to Duluth the state champ with my first TV fight and first international fight under my belt. I believe this is the beginning of great things to come."

The details have not been finalized yet, but the date is locked in. Walters' camp has invitations out to several top fighters as they try to get an opponent and an announcement should be forthcoming soon.
Posted By Craig Olson
Tuesday, March 15, 2005
Sutor Helps Gustavus to Another MIAC Title
Former Fergus Falls High School swimmer Will Sutor doesn't know what it's like to not be on a conference championship team. In his four years at Gustavus, the Gusties have captured four consecutive MIAC titles. The most recent one came this past weekend and Sutor was a big factor in the meet.

Sutor, now a senior for the Gusties, won the 100 butterfly with an NCAA automatic qualifying time of 50.02 seconds, established a conference meet record of 1:53.3 while winning the 200 butterfly and also took first place in the 200 individual medley. Will was also a part of the 200 freestyle relay team which set an MIAC record with a time of 1:22.89. Sutor is one of eleven members of the Gustavus Men's swimming and diving team to be named all-conference. He is also one of eight to qualify to compete in the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships this weekend at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. The Gusties will be competing in five relay events and twelve individual events.

Sutor will be competing in the 100 butterfly, 200 butterfly and 50 freestyle at the national meet. Sutor, the school record holder in the 100 and 200 butterfly, is seeded second in the 100 with an automatic qualifying time of 49.75 and eleventh in the 200 with a provisional qualifying time of 1:53.53. The senior is seeded 50th in the 50 freestyle with a time of 21.89.

The Gusties have automatically qualified in the 200 freestyle relay and is the top seed heading into the national meet with a conference and school record time of 1:22.89. The team consists of Scott Hagemeyer, Brian Amundson, Evan Christianson and Sutor. The same team is seeded fourth in the 400 freestyle relay with school record time of 3:04.61.

The team of Sutor, Greg Pokorski, Amundson and Ben Hanson will compete in the 800 freestyle relay. The Gusties are seeded tenth overall with a time of 6:53.58.

Gustavus set a school record by scoring 119.5 points and finishing ninth overall at the NCAA Championships last year and could challenge that total this weekend.

Ryan Miller will get an opportunity to play in the NCAA Division I Men's Hockey Tournament as Bemidji State University advanced to the tournament for the first time in school history by winning the College Hockey American Tournament title with a 3-0 win over Alabama-Huntsville. BSU had lost the previous two championship games by one goal. The Beavers won the regular season title and captured the conference tournament title.

The former Otter standout, who missed eleven games with a hand injury early in the season, has scored five goals and tallied five assists in 25 games. He has a pair of power play goals and one shorthanded goal. His plus-minus rating is minus-5.

BSU has an overall record of 23-12-1 and will find out their first round opponent during the NCAA Ice Hockey Championship Selection Special on Sunday at 10:00 a.m. on ESPN2.

Another former Otter has ended his collegiate hockey playing days. Josh Anderson was a part of the St. Lawrence University team that finished the season 17-19-2. The win total was the highest for the Saints since the 2000-2001 season. Anderson served as captain for a second straight season. He was the first junior to wear the 'C' since 1981 and provided excellent leadership to the team for two years.

Anderson had seven goals and twelve assists for nineteen points this season. Five of his goals came on the power play and his plus-minus rating was minus-3. Anderson had fifty points over his four year career, scoring 20 goals and adding 30 assists.

The Saints lost to Harvard in the ECAC Hockey League Semifinals dropping the first two games of their best of three series 2-0 and 3-2.

Former Otter and Spartan hockey player Joe Cranston has completed his sixth year at the helm of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Women's hockey team. His team was 13-12-0 on the season and lost the NCHA championship to Stevens Point, 3-1.

Last week when Underwood played in the Class A Girls State Basketball Tournament, I took the opportunity to watch a little college baseball at the Metrodome. Following the Rockets game, which ended around 9:45, I was able to watch Bethel College play a double header against Waldorf College from Iowa. The games started at 10:45 p.m. and went until 3:15 a.m. I must admit I left the dome a little after two. It was fun to see Kirby Carr, Mike Gaustad, Brandon Carr and Jared Bangs playing for the Royals. Kirby made a tremendous diving catch in left center field and Mike had a huge offensive game in the opener. Brandon did some pinch-running and stole a base and Jared spent the game warming up pitchers in the bullpen. All of these guys will contribute to the Bethel baseball team this spring and that team will be better because of their presence on the roster and in the lineup. The Royals are heading to Florida this week for an extensive trip.

It was also fun to see the number of fans, especially students from Bethel, attending the games. Several former Hillcrest students, including Steve Moline, Luke Hansen and Jared Carr were there, along with former Underwood student-athlete Liz Glesne who played both volleyball and basketball during her freshman year at Bethel.

Itís hard for me to go against Illinois in the NCAA Menís Basketball Tournament. When youíve been ranked number one most of the year and only have one lost (by one point), you must be a pretty decent basketball team! I just think they have the talent it will take to win it all. Having said that, Gopher fans can be encouraged by the way the U of M played them in the Big Ten Tournament. I think Minnesota will win their first game against Iowa State and then lose to North Carolina. The number eight seed in that Syracuse Regional was a tough one to land. Seven would have been nice, but to be up against the top seed in the second round is a tough draw.

Vincent Grier sure is fun to watch isnít he? Dan Monson has done a tremendous job getting the Gophers back to respectability. Dark horses to watch? How about Gonzaga, Georgia Tech and Syracuse? I like the Orangemen to bump off Duke and win the Austin Regional before losing to North Carolina in the semiís. Illinois to beat Wake Forest in the other semi and the Illini to top the Tarheels in the championship.

Gopher women get two rounds at Williams Arena. Should be great crowds and a couple of wins for the third-seeded Gopher women. The should have no trouble in the first round against St. Francis of Pennsylvania. The Gophers had an 8-6 record against teams in the 64 team NCAA field but four of their six losses (3 to Michigan State and one to LSU) came to teams assigned a number one seed in the tournament. St. Francis is 0-4 against teams in the field. This is the first ever meeting between the two teams.

Janel McCarville is incredible. She is the only player in Golden Gopher history to rank in the top five in all of Minnesotaís major career statistical categories of scoring, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals. She is also second all time in rebounding in the Big Ten and has been named All-Region 6 once again, paving the way for another All-American selection. GO GOPHERS!

Posted By Craig Olson
Sunday, March 6, 2005
Samuelson is One of 5 Finalists for State Award
Senior Ashley Samuelson is one of the five finalists for Miss Basketball of Minnesota. The Miss Basketball of Minnesota Committee announced the finalists Sunday.

Katie Ohm of Elgin Millville, the top ranked team in Class A and the first round opponent of Samuelson's Underwood Rockets in the state tournament on Wednesday, is also a finalist. Earlier this season Ohm became the all time leading scorer in Minnesota Basketball history.

The other three finalists are Ashley Ellis-Milan of St. Paul Centra, Kierah Kimbrough of Badger-Greenbush-Middle River and Amanda Nisleit of Woodbury.

The winner will be announced at the 31st Annual Mr. / Miss Basketball Awards Banquet which will be held on Sunday, April 17 at the Minneapolis Holiday Inn West in St. Louis Park. Tickets are $30.00 and must be purchased in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door. For ticket information contact Ken Lien at 952-832-5208 or 952-451-9281.

What a great job by the Rockets this year. First year head coach Brian Hovland did a super job putting this team together around Samuelson. None of the other players played key roles on last year's varsity team, but they all came together and filled in the spots quite well this year. There is no doubt that this is Ashley's team but there is also no doubt that the supporting cast has progressed to a point where they are capable of doing much more at the varsity level than they could in November. A number of them were on the roster and experienced the state tournament experience last year and several were a part of the volleyball state tournament team this fall. Hats off to the Rockets for doing one of the more difficult things in all of sports ... repeating as a champion.

With their 57-51 win over Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa on Friday night, Underwood has successfully defended their Section 5A girls basketball title and will be appearing in the Class A state tournament once again this year. Underwood High School will be taking both coach and school fan buses to the Target Center for Wednesday's opening round game. The cost for a seat on the coach bus is $17.00 and for a seat on the school bus it will cost $10.00. Both buses will leave at 3:30 Wednesday from the Underwood school. Fans that wish to ride either bus must sign up and pre-pay at the school by Tuesday noon. There will be no pre-sale of game tickets at the Underwood school. Fans may purchase tickets at Target Center.

Battle Lake senior Justin Speer scored his 1,000th career point during the Battlers win over Parkers Prairie on Saturday afternoon at Minnewaska Area High School in Glenwood. So far, no team has been close to Battle Lake in their two playoff games. Bertha-Hewitt is next. The Bears and Battlers will play Tuesday night at six p.m. in Glenwood. Wheaton/Herman-Norcross and B-B-E play the other semifinal. I just don't see anyone beating Dan Peterka's guys in this section tournament.

Moorhead senior defenseman Brian Lee has been named Mr. Minnesota Hockey. He helped the Spuds advance to the Class 2A state tournament where they finished as runners-up. Lee, who played for Team USA in the World Juniors earlier this winter, will be playing at the University of North Dakota next year.

Former Fergus Falls hockey player Justin Stock just completed his senior season as a member of the University of Illinois Fighting Illini hockey team. What a year it was!! The Fighting Illini won their first ever American Collegiate Hockey Association National Championship and they did it in dramatic fashion.

Seeded fourth, the Illini opened the tournament, hosted by Robert Morris College March 3 through 6 in Bensenville, Illinois, with an impressive 6-1 win over number thirteen, Washington and Jefferson. In the quarterfinals they bumped off number five Lindenwood University 3-1. Stock assisted on the game winning goal in this game, on the power play. That victory put the Illini up against number one ranked Rhode Island, a team that had been at the top of the polls since November 19. The Illini surprised them with a 5-3 win and advanced to the championship game against Penn State. They handed the Nittany Lions a 4-3 setback to claim the title.

Stock, a defenseman, finished the season with six goals and nine assists for fifteen points. He scored one power play goal and also spent 52 minutes in the penalty box, taking 19 penalties. Stock, a 2001 graduate of Fergus Falls High School, will graduate in May.

Fergus Falls High School will name a new Football Coach early this week, perhaps as early as Monday.

Mitch McLeod's NDSU Bison baseball team has a Fergus Falls flavor to it. Senior pitcher Brandon Goltz, senior outfielder Tim Erickson and redshirt freshman Tyler Gagner are all members of the squad. The Bison are 0-7-1 so far this spring as they have been playing games at Colorado Springs and in Sacramento, California. They will play eleven games in thirteen days starting March 11 when they will be in Kansas to face Kansas and Kansas State. After that they play four games against Missouri and two against Creighton in Omaha, Nebraska. Their home opener is Thursday, March 31 against Valley City State.

Goltz was 5-2 in 10 appearances for the Bison last year. He started eight games and had an earned run average of 5.27. Goltz fanned 30 batters in 42 2/3 innings. Brandon has two starts this spring and is 0-2 with a 7.59 ERA.

Erickson, who played wide receiver for the Bison football team, joined the baseball squad this winter and will make an impact in the outfield. Tim came back from a major knee injury that sidelined him the entire 2003 season and has 12 career receptions for 174 yards in 21 games. So far Tim has started 7 of the 8 games played this spring and is hitting .192.

Gagner, a pitcher for NDSU, is recovering from an injury and was redshirted his first year. He will be counted on for relief innings in his first year of action. Gagner has pitched one inning of relief this spring, allowing 3 earned runs.

Four Fergus Falls High School graduates are playing baseball for the Bethel Royals in the MIAC. Sophomores Kirby Carr and Mike Gaustad are joined this year by freshmen Brandon Carr and Jared Bangs. The Royals played their first two games of the season on March first against Central College at the Metrodome and lost them both.

Mike Gaustad was 1-for-3 with 4 walks and three runs scored in the double header. Kirby Carr had one hit in six at bats and stole a base. Brandon Carr didn't get a hit in his only at bat and Jared Bangs didn't get into either game.

Bethel has two more double headers at the Metrodome this week. On Monday they will play Minot State beginning at five o'clock and on Wednesday they start their double header at 10:45 p.m. They will take their spring trip to Fort Myers, Florida from March 17 through the 27 when they will play eleven games.

Troy Wasiloski begins his junior season at UND as the incumbent third baseman and freshman Ryan Hendrickson will be given a good look on the mound. The two former Otters are joined by former Pelican Rapids standout Jason Fuller on the Fighting Sioux roster. Fuller will also be given a shot to earn some innings on the hill.

Wasiloski, a power hitter who was at or near the top in several offensive categories last season before having shoulder surgery over the summer, is off to a slow start through ten games, hitting just .133 with no homers and three runs batted in.

In three relief appearances, Hendrickson has pitched five-and-a-third innings and has a 5.06 earned run average. He has struck out two batters and hasn't walked any.

Fuller has appeared in two games, working two-thirds of an inning, allowing four earned runs and six hits.

The University of North Dakota baseball team will travel to Fort Myers, Florida to take part in the 15th annual Gene Cusic Collegiate Baseball Classic beginning Saturday, March 12. The Fighting Sioux will play nine games against six different schools and wrap up the week with an exhibition game against the Minnesota Twinsí Rookie League affiliate.

Posted By Craig Olson
Tuesday, March 1, 2005
College Basketball Players Honored
Andy Parochka of the Spartan Mens' basketball team was named the the All-Region XIII squad, while post players Olufemi Solaja and Jon Botz were both named to the MCCC All-State Tournament team.

Joining Parochka on the All-Region XIII team are Paris Kyles of Minneapolis, Aaron Overby of Vermilion, William Maupins of Mesabi Range, Darren Solbrack of Ridgewater, Willie Wright of Anoka-Ramsey, Mike Howard of Northland, Dejuante Wade of Mid-State Tech, Jeff Wood of Madison Area Tech and Fred Pinson of Western Wisconsid Tech.

Kyles was named the State Tournament MVP and his teammates Floyd Daniels and Eric Ables were named to the All-State Tournament squad.

Other players selected to the team include Mike Howard of Northland, Lance Brown and Darren Solbrack of Willmar, Jameel Koonce of Vermilion, William Maupins of Mesabi Range and Leonard Langdon of Central Lakes.

The Spartans will play Minneapolis Community College for a fourth time when they clash in the opening round of the Region XIII Tournament in Minneapolis at eight o'clock Friday night. They lost to the Marauders 75-54 in the MCCC State semifinals on Saturday. The Spartans turned the ball over 27 times in the game.

The six o'clock game on Friday night will be between Ridgewater Community College of Willmar and Madison Area Tech from Madison, Wisconsin. The two winners of the Friday games will play at two o'clock Saturday afternoon. All three games will be played at Minneapolis Community and Technical College.

Applicants for the position of head football coach at Fergus Falls High School are being interviewed this week with the job expected to be offered by Friday. A new coach could be announced as early as Friday or Monday.

Every Monday and Wednesday through May, Fergus Falls wrestlers are being instructed in Greco Freestyle Wrestling and will have the opportunity to participate in several open tournament around Minnesota and North Dakota. Two redshirt freshmen from NDSU, Gabe Mooney from Badger-Greenbush-Middle River, and Adam Aho from Frazee, are working with wrestlers from grades four through eleven. This program was started last year by the Fergus Falls Wrestling boosters and is being coordinated by Frank Haataja with assistance from Mark Aho.

The pre-season baseball schedule begins on Thursday when the Twins play the Boston Red Sox at 6:00 p.m. in Fort Myers. Once again this year the radio home of the Twins in our area will be Groovy 1020, KJJK AM. The first broadcast of an exhibition game will take place on Friday when the Twins play Toronto at Hammond Stadium. Game time is 12:00 noon. It will be great to hear the voices of John Gordon, Dan Gladden and Herb Carneal once again. By the way, I will be interviewing John Gordon on Talkin' Sports every Wednesday at 7:20 a.m. on AM 1250, KBRF. The program is being sponsored by McDonald's.
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