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Mohall Youth Baseball teams
have completed their seasons

The Mohall T-Ball players split into two teams again this year and throughout the season played each other, while learning the basics of the game of baseball. The Mohall T-Ball teams were coached by Calli Brackenbury, back left, and Wayne Brackenbury, back right. Participating in the T-Ball program this year were: third row, left to right: Reyden Beck, Aftem Johnson, Chloe Weathers, Bryan Lynch, Eli Undlin, Lyndsey Undlin, Skylar Hardy, Anna Armet, Marli Henry, Jon Peppard, and John Bovia. Second row, left to right: Brody Grondahl, Will Peterson, Cole Schlag, Matthew Michels, Alaina Van Bergan, Sheridan Lakefield, Tami Armet, Dylan Hardy, Lane Haman, and Ryland Anderson. Front row, left to right: Payton Haman, Drew Bovia, Dayvin Watson, and Mark Van Bergan.

On Thursday, July 16th, the Mohall Pee Wees wrapped up their summer season with their annual Inner City League Championship with the group being split into two teams - Mohall Twins vs. Mohall Angels, and playing the best out of three games. Mohall Twins won in two straight games.

Playing for the Mohall Pee Wees this year were back row, left to right: Christian Peppard, Grant Titus, Braedon Savelkoul, Hannah Radzwill, Riley Morlock, Braxton Fitzsimmons, Kellan Henry, and Coach Wayne Brackenbury. Front row, left to right: Bryce Johnson, Bobby Zumbaum, Austin Lakefield, Lucas Titus, Candace Bovia, Alan Michels, Drayson Johnson, and Reid Morlock. Not pictured: Devin Mortensen.

The Mohall Pee Wees finished their season with a record of 24 wins and 15 losses.

The Mohall Midgets wrapped up their summer season on Monday, July 20th when they hosted the Minot All-Stars for a doubleheader at the Mohall Softball Complex.

In game one, Minot All-Stars defeated Mohall 6 to 4. On the mound and taking the loss for Mohall was Brock Depute with Lucas Undlin and Joe Savelkoul in relief. Catcher was Stetson Helwig. Leading the Mohall team in hitting were Bryden Santos - 1 for 2; Lucas Undlin - 1 for 2 with a double; and Joe Savelkoul - 1 for 1.

The Minot All-Stars doubled up on Mohall in the second game, beating them 10 to 5. Bryden Santos was the losing pitcher for Mohall with Corbin Hall in relief. Behind the plate and doing the catching were Corbin Hall and Jacob Undlin. Getting hits for Mohall in this game were: Corbin Hall - 1 for 2; Brock Depute - 1 for 3; Lucas Undlin - 2 for 2; Gannon Hall - 1 for 3; and Jacob Undlin - 1 for 3.

Mohall Midgets ended their season with a record of 28 wins, 6 losses, and 1 tie.

Playing for the Mohall Midgets this year were back row, left to right: Javin Adams, Brock Depute, Corbin Hall, Lucas Undlin, Jacob Undlin, Gannon Hall, Stetson Helwig, and Coach Wayne Brackenbury. Front row, left to right: Parker Johnson, Steele Olson, Bryden Santos, Joe Savelkoul, and Braxton Fitzsimmons.

Dustin Tohm places 10th.....
Kevin Aho of Mohall finishes third at North Dakota State Fair Enduro race

Kevin Aho of Mohall finished third at the 2015 North Dakota State Fair Enduro Race.

Four Mohall racers recently participated in the North Dakota State Fair Enduro Race held in Minot on Monday, July 20th. They were Kevin Aho, Brad Parks, Dustin Tohm, and Nate Tohm.

The Enduro Race is a crowd-pleasing auto race which tests the vehicle’s and driver’s ability to “last” either 1 and ½ hours or 150 laps, whichever comes first.

Nate Tohm and Brad Parks were in contention until mechanical issues forced them to pull out of the race. Dustin Tohm finished well, placing 10th. In a field of 90 plus cars, Kevin Aho completed 99 laps in the 1 and ½ hours, earning him 3rd place at this year’s State Fair Enduro Race.

Galen Appelt of Minot won the race, in just his fifth start of his career. Brady Ganskop of Flaxton finished second; and finishing in the fourth spot was Brandyn Ganskop of Flaxton.

Good Samaritan Society - Mohall Farmers’ Market opens on Wednesday, August 5th
The Good Samaritan Society - Mohall Farmers’ Market will open its 2015 season at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 5th.

“It promises to be a good season,” says activity director Angie Sundahl. “We have recruited some new vendors to participate at the weekly market. We anticipate an average of eight vendors each week offering crafts, baked goods, garden produce, and even some old fashioned lemonade.”

Residents look forward to the sights, smells, and sounds of the market. But they really enjoy the opportunity to visit friends who stop by to shop.

The market will be open every Wednesday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. through August, weather permitting. For more information, or to become a vendor, please contact the activity department at Good Samaritan Society – Mohall. There is no charge to host a table.

Mohall Main Street Mayhem set for
Friday, August 7th

The fifth annual Mohall Main Street Mayhem has been scheduled for Friday, August 7th. Participating businesses wishing to have their special or goods for sale included in the Wednesday, August 5th issue of the RCF, needs to contact Bonnie Locken at Dakota West Credit Union, 756-6883 by noon on Friday of this week, July 31st.

Theme for this year’s event, which is sponsored by the Mohall Chamber of Commerce, is “Wild and Crazy”.

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