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Arason joins Ryan Todhunter (2009) as the only other Red River boys athlete to win the award. Previous Red River female winners include Shelby Frank (2018, 2019), Ashley Rone (2015), Briona Reynolds (1998, 2000, 2001) and Stephanie Wigness (1995).
Brooks is the first Roughriders player to win the honor in program history.
Frank finished sixth in the discus to conclude her outstanding sophomore season at the University of Minnesota.
The Roughriders were led by Cooper Freije, who sits in a tie for fifth after the first of two days at Fargo's Rose Creek Golf Course.

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The Roughriders, who won three-straight state titles from 2017-19, qualified 11 golfers to this week's state meet at Rose Creek in Fargo.
Red River plays Bismarck High at 1 p.m. Thursday in Jamestown. The Riders made the state tournament for the first time since 2012.
Ella Speidel eclipsed 100 career strikeouts during the game and wrapped up the seventh inning with strikeouts for all three outs.
Kopp, 86, died Thursday. He was Red River's first football coach and spent his retirement years as UND football's equipment manager.
Roughriders won the first three Eastern Dakota Conference meets of the season.
Thirteen students qualified to compete at national Future Business Leaders of America conference this summer in Chicago

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Angelica Knudsen and Madeline Stangl are among nine North Dakota high school seniors selected for the honor
While no missing persons reports have been filed, the Grand Forks County Sheriff's Office is working on the assumption the person drowned.
Arason, who finished third in the javelin at last year's North Dakota state Class A meet, is also one of the state's top football recruits.

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