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Swim: Boys Place 2nd, Girls 6th at Red Devil Invite

4. Warren – Vincent 40. The Girls 200 Medley Relay (Sophia Harper, Zoey Cahoon, Ava Byerly, Alivia Stanley) started the day’s scoring in the first event with a 5th place finish (2:25.47) for 6 points. The Boys 200 Medley Relay (Matthew Ancell, Noe Lopez, Conner Myers, Beau Stottsberry) followed the girls with a 5th place finish of their own (2:12.65) for 4 points. In the Boys 200 Freestyle, Myers scored 1 point by placing 6th (2:24.34) and beating his personal record by over 6 seconds. In the Boys 50 Freestyle, the boys swam extremely strong in the event with 3 placing in the top 5 as Alex Shockley took the win placing 1st (23.94) for 7 points, Xander Caldwell placed 2nd (24.44) for 5 points, and Trey Stottsberry placed 5th (25.58) for a personal record for 2 points. In the Boys 100 Butterfly, Myers scored 3 points by placing 4th (1:11.61). In the Boys 100 Freestyle, the boys had 2 place in the top 5 as Shockley placed 2nd (54.76) for 5 points and X. Caldwell placed 4th (56.15) for 3 points. The Girls 200 Freestyle Relay (Byerly, Harper, Zoey Caldwell, Cahoon) placed 4th (2:06.63) for 6 points. The Boys 200 Freestyle Relay (X. Caldwell, B. Stottsberry, T. Stottsberry, Shockley) got the second win of the day by placing 1st overall (1:41.02), beating the next fastest team by over 5 seconds, for 14 points. In the Girls 100 Breaststroke, Cahoon scored 1 point, while beating her personal record, with a 6th place finish overall (1:26.51). The Girls 400 Freestyle Relay (Byerly, Harper, Janelle Rominger, Cahoon) finished off their day with a 6th place finish (4:52.90) for 4 points. The Boys 400 Freestyle Relay (X. Caldwell, Myers, T. Stottsberry, Shockley) wrapped up their day with a 3rd place finish (3:54.76) for 8 points.
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Barnesville plans its annual ‘Blood Bash’

BARNESVILLE — Barnesville High School officials are working to plan the annual Blood Bash, a blood drive that helps support local hospitals. During the Barnesville Exempted Village School District Board of Education meeting last week, high school Principal Ron Clark informed board members he will be meeting with event partner Vitalant later this month to discuss the details of this year’s blood drive.
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Some kind of impressive: Belmont Union Local pounds Barnesville

Belmont Union Local's all-around dominance took the form of a rollercoaster and rolled downhill on Barnesville during a 64-12 blowout for an Ohio girls basketball victory on January 20. Belmont Union Local made the first move by forging a 64-12 margin over Barnesville after the first quarter. In recent action...
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Bobcat Swim: Boys place 3rd, Girls 8th at OVAC Championship

The OVAC Swimming Championship took place on Saturday at Brooke High School in West Virginia with all OVAC swim teams swimming together in a very competitive atmosphere with the best swimmers in the conference. The Cambridge Bobcats Swimming Team was able to qualify more swimmers in the event than they have in several years with nine swimmers qualifying and all relays swimming in the event. The team was happy to qualify so many swimmers this year but they also wanted to prove that they deserved to be there and they did just that. The Bobcats saw several personal records broken as the boys were able to fight hard to a 3rd place finish in the 1A-4A division and the girls were able to place in the top ten with an 8th place finish in the 1A-4A division as other girl’s teams were unable to earn points this year to place.
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Larry D. Lammers

Lawrence “Larry” Dean Lammers was born on September 12, 1952, in Moorhead, MN. He grew up in the Barnesville, MN area. He attended school and graduated from Barnesville High School in 1970. He started working at the United States Postal Service in 1985, retiring from the USPS in...
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Friday's metro high school basketball roundup

MOORHEAD — Kendra Stevenson scored 17 points to lead Mahnomen-Waubun to the win over Moorhead Park Christian in Minnesota Class A action. Mahnomen-Waubun’s Alaina Bevins added 12 points and Sofia Bly scored nine. Park Christian’s Kaycee Endreson scored 13 points, and Libby Suckert and Annika Johnson both scored...
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Hannibal River pours it on Barnesville

Hannibal River showered the scoreboard with points to drown Barnesville 47-25 during this Ohio boys high school basketball game. Last season, Hannibal River and Barnesville squared up on January 15, 2021 at Barnesville High School last season. For more, click here. Hannibal River opened with a 47-25 advantage over Barnesville...
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JEROMA ANDERSON-HANSON

Jeroma “Jo” Anderson-Hanson, 94, of Pelican Rapids, formerly Fergus Falls died Thursday, December 23, 2021, at Riverfront Manor, Pelican Rapids, Minnesota. Jeroma Theodora was born September 16, 1927 in Barnesville, Minnesota to John and Hilma (Hanson) Olson. She grew up on a farm and attended country school District 19 in Prairie View Township near Barnesville, graduating from Barnesville High School in 1946. On November 22, 1946, Jo was united in marriage to Floyd O. Anderson. The couple made their home in the Anderson home place in Atherton Township, Wilkin County. To this union 4 children were born, Karen, Carol, Wesley, and Lynn. Carol passed away in infancy. Floyd passed away in 1959. Jo moved into Barnesville in 1968. On July 2, 1971 she was united in marriage to Cal Hanson at Rapid City, South Dakota. The couple made their home in Rothsay where they owned and operated the I94 Motel. She and Cal moved to Fergus Falls and built Motel 7 which they owned and operated for many years. Cal passed away October 5, 2007.
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Caldwell escapes Barnesville

Caldwell topped Barnesville 64-56 in a tough tilt in Ohio boys basketball action on January 4. Last season, Caldwell and Barnesville squared up on January 7, 2021 at Caldwell High School last season. We covered the game. For a full recap, click here. The clock was the only thing that...
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ROBERT KNIGHT

Robert Ray Knight of Batesville, MS, formerly a longtime resident of Port Charlotte, FL passed away November 29, 2021 with family by his side. Bob was born on June 12, 1936 in Barnesville, OH. The oldest child of Ray E. Knight and Edythe Kathleen Knight, he was raised in Hendrysburg, OH. A 1954 graduate of Barnesville High School, Bob attended Ohio State University and then joined the US Navy.
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CHS Swimming Results from Holiday Invitational

The Cambridge Swimming Team competed in the Wheeling Park Holiday Invitational at Wheeling University on Wednesday against some really good teams from both West Virginia and Ohio. The team swam strong all day with many personal records being broken as the boys were able to place 5th and the girls placed 7th.
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Robert Ray Knight

Robert Ray Knight of Batesville, Mississippi, formerly a longtime resident of Port Charlotte, Florida passed away November 29, 2021 with family by his side. Bob was born on June 12, 1936 in Barnesville, Ohio. The oldest child of Ray E. Knight and Edythe Kathleen Knight, he was raised in Hendrysburg, Ohio. A 1954 graduate of Barnesville High School, Bob attended Ohio State University and then joined the US Navy. A true entrepreneur, Bob founded companies in the computer, aviation, marine, and publishing industries, continuing to work into his eighties. Bob enjoyed fishing, boating, piloting airplanes, and hosting gatherings of family and friends.
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A quick early edge gooses Shadyside to win over Bellaire

Shadyside was on point from the very beginning, forging a smart start to move on top and stayed there at the end in a 79-67 victory over Bellaire on December 30 in Ohio boys high school basketball. Shadyside's influence showed as it carried a 63-50 lead into the fourth quarter.
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Arlene Gilbertson

Arlene Carol was born September 25, 1927, at her grandfather’s home in Tansem Township of Clay County, the daughter of Albert C. and Hilda T. (Skogen) Bekkerus. The family was of Norwegian heritage. She attended grade school in Wilkin County and graduated from Barnesville High School in 1947. Arlene worked for various families in the area.
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ARLENE GILBERTSON

Arlene Carol was born September 25, 1927, at her grandfather’s home in Tansem Township of Clay County, the daughter of Albert C. and Hilda T. (Skogen) Bekkerus. The family was of Norwegian heritage. She attended grade school in Wilkin County and graduated from Barnesville High School in 1947. Arlene worked for various families in the area.
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Cadiz Harrison Central's convoy passes Barnesville

Cadiz Harrison Central put together a victorious gameplan to stop Barnesville 47-35 on December 28 in Ohio boys high school basketball action. Last season, Cadiz Harrison Central and Barnesville squared up on January 30, 2021 at Barnesville High School last season. For more, click here. Cadiz Harrison Central's leverage showed...