League golf season winding down, Langdon-Munich football practice to start this Wednesday, and Cross Country to begin as well
Posted on August 10, 2013
By Jake Kulland
League golf season winding down
Let’s begin this week with some announcements for the Langdon Country Club.
Leagues are beginning to come to end for the season. Tuesday Night Men’s League has two weeks left, ending on Aug. 20. It was extended one week due to the frightfully late spring we endured/ This is the last week for Wednesday Night Women’s League Golf however. They will have their last league night Aug. 14. They normally have a league fun night the week after league is over, but being that is the first day of school in Langdon, it was unclear if that would happen or not. Now, even though Men’s League will conclude Aug. 20, we need to remind that the course and Men’s Stag Nights will be held at the very least through September, hopefully longer. The annual Mixed Glow-Ball Tournament will be held Aug. 16 at the club. While signup is near full, we are told that they will still take teams. To get involved call the clubhouse at 256-5938 or stop out and get your names on the list. The evening is expected to begin with a two-ball supper followed by the tourney at dusk.
Langdon-Munich football practice to start this Wednesday
The Langdon-Munich Cardinals football program, coming off a fatntastic year last season will get started with the 2013 edition of the team Aug. 14. That is the first day of practice for high school football teams all across the state of North Dakota. The varsity Cardinals will go at 7:00am Aug. 14, with the junior high Cards to begin the same day at 8:30am. The coaching staff year looks like this: Head Coach once again is Josh Krivarchka, and he is assisted by Kyle Knutson, Tim Polanski and Nic Schaefer, who will be student teaching in Langdon this fall. The head coach for the junior high team is new Langdon teacher Kevin Voeller, and will be assisted by Marty Tetrault. Tyler Feist will once again coach Langdon-Munich’s 4-6 grade team. He will be having a players and parents meeting at the Langdon Elementary School Aug. 12 at 6:00pm, and he encourages all prospective players to be there with their folks. Tetrault and Feist will once again be helping out with the varsity program as well. The Cardinals first varsity contest is at Belcourt Aug. 30.
Cross Country to begin as well
We will leave this week by telling that Langdon and Munich are co-oping is boys and girls cross country this year for the first time. Amy Frier will once again be coaching both teams, and they have their first practice Aug. 12 at the Langdon track. Their first meet is at Hillsboro Aug. 24. We will have volleyball information for you next week. The sports merri-go-round is about to start spinning once again!
“See ya!” next week!