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Aaron Finders and Kelly Horaska – Teton Hall of Fame

Aaron Finders (Williston, ND) and Kelly Horaska (Regina, Saskatchewan) 1993-1994. Dominant infield tandem that punished Teton opponents with outstanding hitting and phenomenal pitching performances. Lead the Tetons to 2 State titles, including a 20-4 overall record heading into Regional play. Both hit over .350 while Horaska won the NJCAA Batsman of the Year Award. Finders and Horaska continued their careers at Mayville State.

Donn Skadeland Gym Dedication – June 29th, 2012

Donn Skadeland was a proud Alumni of UND-Williston, now Williston State College, from 1976-1978. Donn, an outstanding athlete at Williston High School, chose to attend UND-W and play college basketball. Donn had an outstanding career as a Teton. He was an All-Conference and All-State player and was the MVP of the 1978 North Dakota State Junior College Tournament, in which he led the Tetons to the North Dakota State Junior College Title.

Donn’s life was tragically cut short in July of 2011. “Skad” loved the Tetons. The “Old Gym” held many memories — where he practiced and competed for the Tetons, watched his wife, Jan, coach Teton volleyball, and followed the Tetons as an avid fan. He also continued to play noon hour basketball, shooting his trademark fade-away, in the place where he could always find beloved friends, good competition, and great camaraderie. The gym will now be named the “Donn Skadeland Gymnasium.”

Donn Skadeland will be forever remembered as a great husband, father, son, brother, friend, and Teton.

The Ralph Engelstad Arena Experience: A UND Hockey Timelapse in 4K.

If can’t view on phone- Do the following: Simply click the three lines in the upper left of your mobile device when in youtube app.. and scroll down and finally click ‘desktop’ and set your preference to ‘youtube app’ then it works.

http://500px.com/mhlas7 – Michael Hlas

This was my first attempt at a time-lapse. I hope you enjoy it. Most of this footage was shot on Feb 14 and 15 when the University of North Dakota Hockey team took on Miami at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

The cameras used were:

Canon 5D Mark 3
Canon 7D
Canon 60D


Rokinon 14mm 2.8
Canon 24-70 2.8 V2 L
Canon 24mm 2.8 IS
Sigma 50mm 1.4
Canon 85mm 1.8
Canon 135mm F2 L
Canon 300mm 2.8 non IS V1 L
Canon 100mm 2.8 Macro L


Zoom H4N w/ onboard mics


Adobe After Effects
Adobe Premiere
Adobe Lightroom

I spent all my spare time the last month and a half putting this together. It takes a long time to raw process each time-lapse sequence and then get them thrown into a video timeline in Premiere. This video was exported at 4K ProRes HQ 422 which ended up being a 42 GB upload to YouTube.

I want to thank Eric Classen for assisting me with my catwalk mount for the first time. That was a bit scary even with multiple safety cables. Also a big thanks to Michael Hlas as he assisted me with Photography both nights.

The hardest part of the time-lapse was standing out in the below 0 F weather before and after the game. I had my ski mask on along with about 5 other layers of clothing. People were giving me some strange looks.

Towards the end of the Saturday night game the shutter gave out on my Canon 7D which sucked. I used the Neewer brand of intervalometer. This video was created from over 10,000 still images which ended up being around 270 GB of data. Let me know if anyone has questions.