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PAGE 12 February,25, 2016 Eagles' boys finish regular season on a roll By Pat Garry, Staff Writer Eden Valley-Watkins closed out regular season play with a pair of victories and a gaudy 21-3 record. The boys shut down Kimball, 66-52 Tuesday, Feb. 16, and senior night, Friday, Feb. 19, the Eagles defeated Holdingford, 74-64. (Kimball Game Scoring): Jacob Streit 19; Reese Jansen 21; Travis Thielen 3; Greg Lux 10; Dominic Schlangen 5; DeShaun James 8. (Holdingford Game Scoring): Jacob Streit 18; Reese Jansen 24; Travis Thielen 5; Greg Lux 8; Dominic Schlangen 5; DeShaun James. 14. Eden Valley-Watkins will host No. 7 seeded Litchfield Thursday, Feb. 25, 7 p.m., to kick off the 5AA West Sub-Section Tournament. ...... ~:~::~::~: www.tricountynews.mn from Afghanistan Feb. 15, 2016 Hey, everyone. This week was quite a busy week. I flew about 3 or 4 days. The other days I was in the office. The weather lately has been beautiful! It has been above 60 all last week, and this week it's supposed to be in the high 70s. I've started running around the base. The mountains surrounding the base are absolutely amazing. I love running and staring at the mountains, it clears my mind. On Sunday a whole group of us played Kan Jam. The game Kan Jam is played throwing a frisbee into a can at the other end. Bre and I were partners and we were pretty good. We won one game and lost the other, but we will be the champions next week if we don't fly. We will start playing that every Sunday if we don't have a mission. I hope you all are having beautiful weather! Reese Jansen drives to the hoop during the second half against Kimball. The Eagles would defeat the Cubs Feb. 19. Staffphoto by Marguerite Laabs. EV-W girls enjoy big week, win three By Pat Garry, StaffWriter The Lady Eagles are gaining momentum at the right time of the year. Playing Tuesday vs. Pierz, Thursday vs. ROCORI, and Friday vs. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, the girls turned all three games into victories: EV-W 66, Pierz 47; EV-W 61, ROCORI 56; and EV-W 67, BBE 64. (Pierz Game Feb. 16) Eagles' Scoring: Ashley Anderson 2; Mandy Molitor 2; Bobbf Block 4; Olivia Kuechle 7; Madeleine Geislinger 6; Olivia Schleper 2; Emma Schultz 16; Halle Jansen 12; Elaina Stommes 15. (ROCORI Game Feb. 18) Led by eighth-grader Halle Jansen's 18 points and freshman Emma Schultz's one dozen, Eden Valley- Watkins held off the Spartans and sealed the non-conference win, following a 26-22 halftime lead. (BBE Game Feb. 19) The Eagles won a thriller on Friday, edging out the Jaguars with just a three-point final surplus. It was an impressive BBE second-half run, who outscored EV-W 40-29, fol- lowing a 14-point halftime deficit, but it was too little too late as the Eagles turned up the defense and were able to close the door. us on 000 Senior Travis Thielen puts up 2 points against Holdingford, and he makes it look so easy. Staff photos byAnton Matua.