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It started with a handful of North Dakota farm families from Norway. This weekend, descendants of those pioneer settlers are throwing a party for one of the state's oldest congregations.
The Vikings earned a spot in Saturday's title game
Down 4-3 entering the bottom of the third inning, the No. 2 seed Vikings exploded for 14 runs from that point on
The Squirrels fielded 12 place-winners, including three champions while the Vikings boys put 21 athletes on the podium, including five individual champions

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Kindred's Jack Packer made it 2 for 2 in field events while Hillsboro/Central Valley's Parker Gallagher launched to pole vault win
The Vikings boys lead the overall team scores after three contested events while Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis, Ellendale and Bowman County are tied for the girls lead
A triple to center field from sophomore Paige Wixo in the bottom of the fourth inning put the Squirrels in the lead for good
Kindred High School senior Paul Olson has committed to North Dakota State for men's track and field.
Lewis Walker was hired in February as NDSU's new cornerbacks coach.
Paul Olson breaks two school records in first indoor track and field meet.

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Duchscherer was joined on the team by Vikings teammate Terryn Johnson, who was a second-team selection.
Behind the Vikings success this season comes the future, all the team needs to do to see theirs is look down the bench at Dawson Hoy, the son of assistant coach Jimmy Hoy.
The Indians finish off a perfect season with their first Class B boys basketball title since 2016.

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