By Dennis Throndset
The opening football games for Langdon High School from 2000 through 2017 are listed as follows:
2000 – Coach, Dennis Kary; Cavalier 14, LHS 12; TDs – Jesse Dick 4 yd run, Mark Woodrow – pass from Jesse Dick.
2001 – Coach, Kary; Cavalier 28, LHS 6; TD – Jeremy Dinius run
2002 – Coach, Kary; Cavalier 38, LHS 0
2003 – Coach, Kary; Cavalier 34, LHS 0
2004 – Coach, Kary, Cavalier 47, LHS 6; TD – Drew Wold 10 yd run
2005 – Coach, Mitch Jorgensen; Cavalier 29, LHS 6; TD – Justin Flink 80 yd kickoff return
2006 – Coach, Matt Pulver; Langdon-Munich 34, Cavalier 0; TDs – Zane Jacobson 5yd and 10 yd runs, Riley Beck 4yd and 11 yd runs, Travis Beck 11 yd run
2007 – Coach, Pulver; New Rockford-Sheyenne 34, L-M 6; TD – Riley Beck 19 yd run
2008 – Coach, Andy DelaBarre; opening game vs. NR-Sheyenne was suspended by lightning; North Prairie 41, L-M 16; TDs – Travis Beck 75 yd pass from Nick Schaefer, Nick Schaefer 1 yd run
2009 -Coach, DelaBarre;
2010 – binder lost in fire at printers
2011 – Coach – DelaBarre; L-M 42, Turtle Mountain 12; TDs – Colter Pritchard 2 yd run, Pritchard 85 yd punt return, Nick Koller 55 yd pass from Connor Braaten, Braaten 1 yd run, Team Safety, Trevor Roppel 85 yd kickoff return
2012 – Coach, Josh Krivarchka; L-M 28, Neelin High of Brandon, Manitoba 6; TDs – Trey Lovcik 1 yd run, Colter Pritchard 1 yd and 2 yd runs, Kalton Agnes 38 yd pass from Dalton Fetsch
2013 – Coach, Krivarchka; Turtle Mountain 44, L-M 6; TD – Austin Messner 1 yd run
2014 – Coach, Krivarchka; L-M 14, Turtle Mountain 6; TDs – Chase Rohde 21 yd interception return, Justin Kruk 44 yd pass from Jacob Delvo
2015 – Coach, Krivarchka; L-M 32, Turtle Mountain 8; TDs – Chase Peebles 24 yd run, Anfernee Economy 21 and 42 yd passes from Jacob Delvo, Delvo 22 yd interception return, Safety by Brady Otto, Safety by Ryan Wells
2016 – Coach, Krivarchka; L-M 47, Turtle Mountain 14; TDs – Anfernee Economy 66 yd pass from Jacob Delvo; Conner Tetrault 1 and 3 yd runs, Delvo 2 yd run, Chase Peebles 6 and 33 yd runs,
2017 – Coach, Krivarchka; Langdon-Edmore-Munich 39, Lisbon 8; TDs – Anfernee Economy 4 yd and 45 yd passes from Jacob Delvo; Simon Romfo 17 yd pass from Delvo, Chase Peebles 43 yd pass from Delvo, Sid Ullyott 4 yd pass from Jackson Delvo
The Langdon American Legion Red Sox won their first league game of the season by outscoring Manvel, 15-8, in Langdon. Mike Bigwood picked up the win and had three hits to help his own cause. Nick Schaefer also had three hits, including a home run. Overall record – 2-3; district record – 1-2.
The Munich American Legion squad split a pair of district contests with the Grand Forks Blues and Grafton. Both games were on the road with Munich losing to the Blues, 1-5, while beating Grafton, 4-3. Jesse Goeser took the loss against Grand Forks, and Travis Beck got the win versus Grafton. Blake Klein had two hits and 2 RBI in Grand Forks. Ben Tohm had the winning home run in the Grafton game.
The Langdon Little League team took first place in the Neche Invitational tournament on June 13. The Langdon team defeated St. Thomas, 5-2, in the opening round, Drayton, 11-0, in the semifinals, and a come-from-behind 7-6 win over Cavalier in the title game. Marty Tetrault and Tom Beauchamp were the coaches. Team members were Logan Waslaski, Nevin Beauchamp, Jake Bredeson, Taylor Belle, Dylan Agnes, Conner Tetrault, Tanner Kadlec, Dalton Fetsch, Erik Aanderud, Ryan Welsh, Cameron Phillips, and Jace Ramberg.
The Optimist All-Star volleyball matches had some local flavor in late June of 2009. Head Coach Rich Olson and Langdon senior Courtney Becker were involved in the event. The East team was victorious in the match in Fargo, but the West team got even by winning the match in Bismarck.
Jesse Goeser tossed a five-inning no-hitter as Munich kept pace with Grand Forks and Grafton to remain tied for the top spot in Section IV American Legion baseball. Goeser’s masterpiece came against Manvel as the Cavalier County team won, 13-0. Blake Klein’s grand slam home run ended the game by the ten-run rule in the fifth inning. The team members from Munich were Travis Beck, Brandon Hoffman, Blake Klein, Alex Anderson, Riley Beck, Alex Hoffmann, Trevor Schommer, Jesse Goeser, Tucker Zimmer, Trevor Darling, Ben Tohm, and Mitchell Wirth. They were coached by Bryce Klein.
The Red Sox from Langdon fell to 1-3 in Section IV after losing to the Grand Forks Blues, 15-8. The Sox pounded out 13 hits, but they didn’t come at the right time as Jesse Zeis was tagged with the loss. Mike Bigwood had three hits for the Sox, and Zeis had two hits and two RBI.
The foursome of Randy Hill, Scott Stewart, Chalmer Dettler, and Jeff Fisk won the Golf for Education tournament sponsored by the Langdon Area School District Foundation. The team shot a 58 in the 18-hole tourney. Second place went to the team of Anthony Roy, Brandon Downs, Alex Howatt, and Ryan Howatt. Winning the second flight were Corey Hoffarth, Stoney Kruk, Dawn Kruk, and Paul Chilcoat. The third flight went to the team of Jake Kulland, Kevin Roy, Jeff Schneider, and Bob Mostad.
“The Hangover” was playing at the Roxy in early July of 2009. It starred Brad Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Holmes, Ken Joeng, and a cast of notables.
The top pop song at the time was “Boom Boom Pow” by the Black-Eyed Peas. It was at the end of its 12-week run as the top song. The country song everyone was listening to was “Out Last Night” by Kenny Chesney.
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