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FARGO – Fargo Oak Grove’s Christian Adams, Carter Kretchman and Isaac Olson took it to the Moorhead Park Christian boys basketball team on Saturday. The Grovers defeated the Falcons 81-67, and the trio combined for 67 of their team’s 81 points. “We did a good job getting up and down the court,” said Kretchman, who scored 21 points. “A lot of people stepped up.
FARGO – For the North Dakota State volleyball team, there’s no place like home. On Sunday, the Bison notched their sixth home victory, defeating the University of South Dakota 25-17, 25-20, 20-25, 25-18. NDSU is 6-1 at the Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse, a stark difference from its 3-8 away record. “The girls are fighting hard and working hard every day in practice,” said Bison head coach Kari Thompson.
FARGO – Victory tasted a bit sweeter on Sunday for the North Dakota State volleyball team. The 25-16, 25-16, 25-21 straight-set win over South Dakota State marked the team’s first sweep of the season. “We’re just excited that we could finally put three together,” Jenni Fassbender said.
FARGO – The Sandy boys and the Bryant boys do everything together. They go hunting together. They go fishing together.
Dilworth With smoother rhythms and hills recently added, dirt freshly packed, and the royal blue gates freshly painted, the Dilworth Legends BMX track appears race ready. A Minnesota state qualifier...
Fargo - If dogs are a man’s best friend, equine massage therapists are a horse’s best friend. At least that’s true when it comes to Julie Cardwell, an equine massage...
Fargo - The age-old phrase “fight like a girl” took on a whole new meaning Saturday night at the Fargodome. Twenty USA cadet women wrestling finalists ranging from 14 to...
FARGO – North Dakota Class A girls basketball held a 39-25 record in the Lions All-Star game dating back to 1981 entering Wednesday night. On Wednesday, Class B staked its territory in the win column when it defeated Class A 59-51 at the Fargo Civic Center. “It was a good, tough battle from beginning to end,” Karleigh Weber, a Class B guard from Thompson, said.
Mayville, N.D. - For the North Dakota Shrine Bowl players Friday, football became more than just a game. All 132 players and their coaches spent the day at Mayville State with patients from the Shriners Hospital for Children. “Football is only part of this week, and that’s what the kids are finding out now,” 11-man East head coach Eric Olson said, who is head coach at Milnor-North Sargent.
WEST FARGO – Charlie Cardwell put the first and last runs on the scoreboard for Fargo Post 2 in an American Legion baseball game on Wednesday. Cardwell batted 2-for-3 with a home run and a double, collecting four RBIs in Post 2’s 6-3 victory over West Fargo. The first time Cardwell stepped into the batter’s box, he looped a double to deep left field to drive in Andrew Penney from second base for the first run for Fargo in the second inning to tie the game 1-1. His next time up, the right fielder drove a fastball over the left field “green monster” for a three-run home run in the third innin