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Published: Monday, May 12, 2014 12:57 a.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, May 12, 2014 1:08 a.m. CDT
Coed champs: Afton won the Creston Park and Recreation coed volleyball league with a 26-1 record. Team members are, from left in front, Hannah West, Mallory Peterson and Katie Carlton. Back row, Michael West, Josh Ray and Corey Carlton.


FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State led 9-1 after three innings and held on for an 11-8 win against South Dakota in an elimination game at the Summit League Softball Tournament Friday at Elig Sports Complex. The Coyotes closed their season at 29-22.

After USD starting pitcher Rachel Cue was touched for seven runs with four walks and five hits in 2.1 innings, sophomore Madison Frain of Creston was brought in relief. Frain pitched 4.2 innings with four strikeouts, four walks, seven hits allowed and four runs.

Frain finished the season with a 9-10 record and 3.80 earned run average. In 108.2 innings, she had 72 strikeouts and 71 walks with 138 hits allowed. Cue was 18-11 with a 2.46 ERA.

Parent meeting

Creston/O-M football meeting for parents of players in grades 8-11 will be held 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Creston High School Auditorium.

Coach Brian Morrison said this is a mandatory meeting to inform parents of the summer weight schedule, Northwest Missouri State team camp and the fall schedule.

“We will also go over lettering criteria, team handbook and team expectations for the 2014 football season,” Morrison said.

KCCI program

GREENFIELD — The Nodaway Valley/West Central Valley/Adair-Casey girls soccer team will be the subject of a new KCCI sports segment called “Small Town Spotlight with Scott Reister” on Wednesday’s 10 p.m. newscast.

Reister visited the team’s practice last week and interviewed team members. The story is about how the shared program involves nine towns — Bridgewater, Fontanelle, Greenfield, Adair, Casey, Stuart, Menlo, Redfield and Dexter. The team also includes a player from Adel and one from Earlham.

“This is an honor for our program and well deserved for the girls who make this program work,” said Valley head coach Michael Krawczyk.

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