Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton junior Kelly Oberg had seen coaches carry her teammate Kelly Bergee off the basketball court thanks to an ACL tear before. On Dec 13, 2012, in the first minute of a basketball game versus Pelican Rapids, Bergee went down again, but this time it was different.
Bergee got up.
FARGO – Fargo Shanley softball coach Samantha Ankrum’s career with the Deacons didn’t last long. She resigned May 8 with just a few weeks left in her first season at the helm of the Deacons.
FARGO – There was silence.
FARGO – Matt Clark has coached the Park Rapids (Minn.) Area High School wrestling team for 15 years. He’s well aware none of the wrestlers on his team could qualify for the Olympics.
However, he certainly would never take away their chance to dream of it, as the International Olympic Committee did when it announced its intent to drop wrestling for the 2020 Summer Games in early February.
FARGO - Fargo Davies handed Fargo Shanley its first loss in regulation in girls soccer in 42 games Thursday at Sid Cichy Stadium 1-0.
FARGO – There was snow in April, so why not some hockey in the middle of May. Thanks to the Fargo Force’s run to the United States Hockey League Clark Cup finals to take on Dubuque, that’s exactly what Fargo is going to get.
FARGO – Moorhead senior Thomas Carey had just walked in his house after working out Tuesday and the Lincoln Stars were up on the computer screen with the 89th pick in Phase 2 of the United States Hockey League draft.
FARGO – The Fargo Force’s 5-3 loss to Sioux Falls in Game 4 of the United States Hockey League Western Conference finals best-of-5 series made Force starting right winger Brendan Harms sick.
MOORHEAD – Moorhead baseball had eight wins all of last season. With Tuesday’s 13-2 drubbing of Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton in six innings at Matson Field, the Spuds moved to 7-1 on the season. Not bad considering the Spuds returned just one regular starter.
WEST FARGO – West Fargo baseball coach Brett Peterson understands that even after though his team won the North Dakota Class A state championship last season, that Fargo Davies and not his Packers were ranked No. 1 in the coaches’ poll at the beginning of the season.