Adam Watts

The West Fargo Sheyenne boys tennis team is in the midst of one of its best seasons in years and looking strong heading into this week’s Eastern Dakota Conference tournament. The Mustangs, led by a deep group of juniors and seniors, are 12-3 overall and 6-3 in conference play.
Packers running back Parker Nelson rushed for more than 200 yards on the way to a victory.
The Packers' leader in career receptions verbally committed to play football at North Dakota State on Wednesday, choosing the Bison over multiple offers from FBS programs
Kindred defenders Caleb Klabunde, Max McQuillan, Trey Heinrich, and Charlie Biewer each had a pick.
With offensive linemen Dylan Sell, Garrett Haugen, and Micah Van Hal leading the way, the Squirrels dedicated themselves to getting bigger and stronger. The players committed themselves in the weight room all offseason, showing up to train even on Saturdays and Sundays.
The upperclassmen on this year’s Mustangs volleyball team wanted to make sure everybody felt included. Senior defensive specialist Lydia Stevenson says that in past years, the upperclassmen have tried to intimidate the younger players, but she wanted to change that mindset.
West Fargo Sheyenne quarterback Grant Warkenthien plunged across the goal line for the game-winning score with 1 minute, 57 seconds remaining to lift the Mustangs to a victory over Fargo Shanley.
The Deacons running back exploded onto the scene in the first two games of his senior season, accounting for a combined 527 yards from scrimmage
The Mustangs defeated the Packers 28-7, making it five straight victories over West Fargo in the last four years.
The Mustangs dominated at the point of attack on both sides of the ball. The offensive line created enormous holes for their fleet of big, athletic backs to run through. And the defense line lived in the Packers backfield, giving them no room to run and no time to pass.