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Sports Shorts: June 5

Greyhounds win Indie Invite

The Jamestown Gould's Greyhounds placed first at the Enderlin Indies baseball tournament held June 1-3 at Hendrickson Field in Enderlin.

The Hounds defeated the Beulah Blackjaws 9-0 in the quarterfinals with pitcher Blaze Culliton picking up the win. Justin Connell clubbed two home runs in the victory.

The Hounds dispatched host Enderlin 4-0 in the semifinals with Tanner Lunzman pitching a two-hit shutout. Connell drove in two with a pair of hits, Sid Soulis swatted an RBI double and Danny Fischer legged out a triple.

The Jamestown Merchants were the Hounds' next victim, cruising 6-2 in the championship. Braxton Hewitt pitched the win, Nolan kratz tossed four scoreless in relief and Connell knocked in two more runs on two more hits. Kratz posted a pair of knocks, including an RBI double.

Jamestown Elks No. 995 hosts the Moorhead Brewers this Wednesday, June 6, in Twilight League action beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Jack Brown Stadium. Tolna will be in town this Sunday to face both the Tarno-Hounds (noon) and and Elks (2 p.m).

Jays' Rudnick, McClean all-WDA

Jamestown High School's Peyton Rudnick and Sophie McClean were both named to the 2018 all-West Region girls soccer team.

Rudnick, a junior forward, led the 5-8 overall Blue Jays with eight goals scored this spring. McClean had an all-conference freshman season at defensive back.

2018 All-WDA Girls Soccer Awards

All-WDA Team

Bismarck: Kiaya Schwab, Elle Hill, Raynie Vorachek, Rachel Burgard.

Century: Kaia Lembke, Olivia Murdoof, Kate Weigum, Rowyn Schollmeyer.

Jamestown: Sophie McClean, Peyton Rudnick.

Legacy: Brooke Bineger.

Mandan—Kylie Osborn, Liz Geiger.

Minot—Olivia Lewis, Lainey Sandberg, Allison Lepp, Malia Burke, Becca Kostenko.

St. Mary's—Kaitlyn Wanner, Sinclaire Candreva, Rachel Neff, Abby Kopp, Lizzy Preszler.

Senior athlete of the year: Kiaya Schwab, Bismarck,

Coach of the year: Matt Pfau, Minot.

Hillcrest men's day winners

Alden Kollman was the mystery game winner during men's day activities May 31 at Hillcrest Golf Course.

Closest to the pin winners were Darrell Metzger on Hole 7 (7 feet, 5 inches), Scott Miller on Hole 8 (3-2), Matt Burgard on Hole 15 (7-3) and Clint Tompt on Hole 17 (15-5).

Jason Lorenz was the closest to the pin second-shot winner on Hole 1 (22-0.5), Mike Jarland sank the longest putt on Hole 2 (distance not provided) and Dave Nelson and Roger Fisher were deuce pot winners on Hole 8. Mike Rudy claimed the door prize.

Burnout fundraiser planned

The 1st annual Dakota Thunder Burnout Frontier Village Fundraiser will be held this Saturday, June 9, at the Stutsman County Fairgrounds in Jamestown.

Registration for the event begins at 8 a.m. with at 10 a.m. start. Rumble Bees will be performing at the beer gardens on Friday, June 8, from 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Jamestown Speedway will also be hosing the NOSA sprint cars Saturday beginning at 7 p.m., with the Cruz Schumacher Memorial Mud Run hosted by the James Valley Off-Roaders taking place Sunday, June 10, at 1 p.m.

Summer track program starts Wednesday

The Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department will hold summer track meets at 5 p.m. Wednesdays at Taylor Stadium on the campus of the University of Jamestown.

The track meets will be June 6, 13, 20 and 27.Competition age levels are from 2 years old and up. Events include the "guess your time" mile, 50, 100, 200 and 400 meter dashes, 4 by 100 meter relay, softball throw and standing long jump.

Parking will be available in the east lot. Call 252-3982 for more information.

Blue Jay girls sports camp

The 2018 Blue Jay girls volleyball and basketball camp is scheduled to take place every Tuesday and Thursday from June 5 to July 26 at Jamestown High School.

Camp for grades 9-12 participating in volleyball will run from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Cost is $50.

Volleyball camp for eighth-graders will be held from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., with grades 3-7 to follow from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Basketball camp for grades 3-8 will be held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Cost is $50 for either volleyball or basketball, or $80 to attend both camps.

Camp directors are Blue Jay head volleyball coach Sara Hegerle and Blue Jay head girls basketball coach Andy Skunberg. All camp participants will receive a T-shirt.

For questions or to register, contact coach Hegerle at 701-659-0083 or at