Forum staff reports
SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Fargo South High School graduate Laura Roesler posted the seventh fastest time in the 800-meter semfinals Friday night to advance to Sunday's finals at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships. Roesler, running for Nike and the Texas Elite Track Club, posted a 2 minute, 2.19 second time. Ajee Wilson posted the fastest time at 1:58.94 followed by Charlene Lipsey at 1:59.56, Brenda Martinez at 2:00.93, Raevyn Rogers at 2:00.93, Chrishuna Williams at 2:01.80 and Emily Richards at 2:01.95.
Fargo hospitals Casey and Jon Becker, Fargo, son, Essentia Health, Wednesday, June 21 Melissa Hund-Cerna and Jhon Cerna, Fargo, son, Sanford Medical Center, Tuesday, June 20 Nicole and Brandon Martin, West Fargo, daughter, Sanford Medical Center, Wednesday, June 21 Shelby and Dustin Stangler, Fargo, son, Essentia Health, Thursday, June 22 Amy Thorson and Scott McDonough, both Fargo, son, Sanford Medical Center, Tuesday, June 20
1 photo Young joins Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Tahnee Young has recently joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Premier Properties in Fargo. She is a licensed Realtor in North Dakota and Minnesota. She will concentrate on selling and listing residential property. Previously, she was a real estate agent at Coldwell Banker First Realty. 0 photos DuBore joins Tecta America Dakotas
OMAHA—The Moorhead Blues defeated both Mt. Michael of Omaha and Lincoln East, Nebraska, in American Legion baseball at The Locker Room College World Series Tournament on Friday, June 23. Ty Severson pitched a three-hit shutout for the Blues in Game 1, leading the team to a 5-0 win over Mt. Michael of Omaha. Carter Howell went 3-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs for the Blues. In Game 2, Howell had a triple, a double, and five RBIs to lead the Blues to a 7-3 victory over Lincoln East. Tanner McBain went 3-for-4 with two doubles for the Blues.
ST. CLOUD, Minn.—Fargo Post 400 lost its first game to Maple Grove before coming back and winning its second against ACGC at an American Legion baseball tournament on Friday, June 23. Post 400 fell to Maple Grove 13-9 in Game 1. Carson Segal had three RBIs for Post 400. In Game 2, Austin Warren and Matt Hagen each had two RBIs to lead Post 400 to a 9-3 victory over ACGC. John Kennedy went 2-for-4 with an RBI for Post 400.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Two North Dakota State men's track and field athletes competed in the USA Track & Field Junior Championships on Friday, June 23, with Tony Ukkelberg taking fourth in the decathlon and Alex Talley finishing 12th in the shot put. Ukkelberg, of Battle Lake, Minn., finished his second day of competing with a throw of 141-5 in the discus and a time of 5:02.86 in the 1500m, trimming more than 20 seconds off his previous best time. He totaled 6,644 points to earn a fourth-place finish in the decathlon.
2 photos Cossette, Erickson earn certifications
1 photo Collier joins American Diabetes Association board The American Diabetes Association office serving North Dakota and Northwestern Minnesota announces the appointment of Rachel Collier as a new ADA community leadership board member. Collier has been volunteering for ADA events for several years. She works at Bell Bank in Fargo as a customer service representative 3 photos Park Co. agents receive awards
OMAHA—Fargo Post 2 dropped two American Legion baseball games to Renner, South Dakota and Millard South, Nebraska at The Locker Room College World Series on Friday, June 23. Spencer Koelewyn pitched a complete game and struck out 11 to lead Renner to a 2-0 win in Game 1. In Game 2, Kyle Perry gave up two runs on six hits and struck out six to earn the 3-2 victory for Millard South. Luke Sandy went 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Post 2 in Game 2. Karson Spiess took the loss, but allowed only three runs on six hits and struck out six for Post 2.
0 photos Ready to Run North Dakota awarded funds The North Dakota Women's Network in Fargo received a grant award from the Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation's Women's Fund at its recent Rise Up breakfast. The funds will allow the Women's Network to host Ready to Run training sessions this fall.