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Four County
Volleyball Players
Named All-District

Four Burke County volleyball players were selected by District 16 coaches to the All-District 16 Team for 2014.
Earning the honor were Kinzi Grubb and Brianna Honrud, Powers Lake; Lakin Peterson, Burke Central; and Taylor Peterson, Bowbells.

Grubb is a junior and plays libero for the Ranchers. She completed 98% of her serves, attempting 307; recorded 17 aces, 6 kills, and 444 digs. Grubb was named All-District last year as well.

Honrud, a sophomore, was an outside hitter for the Ranchers. She was a 86% server out of 237 attempts, credited with 39 aces, 196 kills and 278 digs. This is Honrud’s third year named All-District.

Lakin Peterson, a senior, played the middle hitter position for the Titans. No stats submitted.

Taylor Peterson, a senior, was the setter for the Titans. No stats submitted. This is Peterson’s third year named All-District.

Also named to the All-District 16 Team were:
Sidnee Nelson, senior, 92% server, 51 aces, 431 digs, 316 kills, 18 assists, 36 blocks and Brenna Hill, senior, setter, 91% server, 55 aces, 315 digs, 42 kills, 414 assists, 9 blocks, both of Ray;

Justice Brown, senior, no stats available, and Beca Wallstrum, senior, no stats available, both of Kenmare;

Brianna Holland, senior, 80 kills, 524 assists, 52 aces, 81% server, 288 digs, 16 blocks and Savanah Meyer, junior, 209 kills, 26 aces, 90% server, 368 digs, 8 blocks, both of Stanley;

Hannah Jacobs, senior, 272 kills, 5 assists, 125 digs, 48 blocks from Divide County; and

Marissa Olson, senior and Cheyenne Liedle, senior from Tioga. No stats available.










Outdoor Tales

  
ICE ANTICIPATION

I write about ice fishing every winter, but this winter seems earlier with this recent cold snap.
All over the internet last week was “I can’t wait” or “bring on the cold.”
One thing is for sure, with this early cold the small ponds and lakes will have fishable ice soon if they do not already.

I must admit that ice fishing is not my favorite way to fish. I do enjoy it, but I don’t schedule my entire week around walking or driving on the ice. (This year I might schedule to do some guiding however.)

To kick off another ice season, I plan to make the trip to the big ice show in St. Paul in a few weeks.
This show is the premier place to see what is new and learn how to use it. I don’t go for the new gadgets as much as I do to see the people.

Anybody who is anybody in ice fishing will be at the show working for their sponsors.
Over the years I have become friends with many of these guys and it is just a great opportunity to see everyone.

The dawn of ice fishing does seem to come with the desire for retail therapy for many people, myself included. It seems there is always the next great thing or new gadgets for ice fishing.
I have already been indulging myself in some of this retail therapy.

Mostly buying up more jigs that worked well last season and that became hard to get by mid-winter. I should add here that the red Northland UV Buckshot Rattle Spoon was just deadly for walleyes last winter.

My big winter purchase for this upcoming season was a new ice auger. My old one works just fine, but I needed to get something that weighs less. My shoulders seem to be wearing out with age and the old 37 pound Jiffy just tears the shoulders up after a few holes. I moved to a new auger that is smaller and lighter so hopefully the shoulders will hold up better this winter.

There seems to be a long ice season ahead of us this year and for those who enjoy the ice it will be another great year.
If you have never tried ice fishing give it a shot this year.

If you like ice fishing, take someone who has never been out before. Help them make a memory.

With my new profession, don’t be surprised if you run into me on the some Burke County area lakes this winter. There are adventures to be had and fish to be caught.

This winter get outside and make some memories.

  

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