FARGO – Moorhead Park Christian named Tim Kerr the new varsity head football coach Tuesday.
WAHPETON, N.D. – North Dakota State College of Science women’s basketball head coach Paulette Stein announced her retirement from coaching effective May 31.
DENVER – Denver Broncos offensive guard Chris Kuper, who has been bothered by a persistent ankle problem, said he will retire after eight NFL seasons, the Denver Post reported Monday.
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FARGO – Former North Dakota State football players Marcus Williams and Brock Jensen will be signing autographs for fans as part of a meet-and-greet from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Scheels on 45th Street in Fargo.
MOORHEAD – Concordia senior defenseman Caleb Suderman was named the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men’s hockey co-Player of the Year along with St. Thomas junior goalie Drew Fielding.
MOORHEAD – Concordia sophomore men’s basketball forward Jordan Bolger was named by league coaches to the all-Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first team.
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. - After months of debate, the Devils Lake school board voted Monday to cut four high school athletic programs.
The Minnesota Vikings and quarterback Matt Cassel agreed to terms on a new contract, the team officially announced Tuesday.
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MAYVILLE, N.D. – With 3 minutes, 21 seconds left in the first quarter, Whitley Carrier’s fast-break layup gave Cavalier a 9-6 lead over Hillsboro-Central Valley in the North Dakota Class B, Region 1 girls basketball tournament Monday.RELATED CONTENT
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – One year later, North Dakota State gets a do-over. The Bison will play for the Summit League men’s basketball title for the second straight year, this time against Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne, which defeated two-time defending champion South Dakota State 64-60 in the second semifinal game Monday night.