FARGO-- State Championship Saturday crowned plenty of new winners across North Dakota.
One dynasty continues though in Central Cass softball. The Squirrels defeated conference rival, Thompson 4-1 to earn the program's fifth Class B championship since 2012. Senior Aubree Lindstrom pitched another complete game, striking out seven batters.
After falling in all three matchups against Shanley before the state tournament, West Fargo Sheyenne wins its first Class A baseball title in commanding fashion taking down the Deacons 11-1 in five innings. Lance Oster of the Mustangs gets the win, pitching four innings only giving up one run. This is the first boy's state title for any sport in West Fargo Sheyenne High School history.
For the first time since 2015, the Class B championship game did not feature the Thompson Tommies. Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich won the program's first ever championship with a 9-1 win over LaMoure-Litchville-Marion.
Dickinson and Bismarck met in the Class A softball title game on Saturday in Mandan, both teams have never won a state title. The Midgets came out hot from the start, cruising to a 10-0 win in five innings.
In girl's soccer, Davies had a 12 hour turnaround after defeating Sheyenne in double-overtime in the semifinals. Top seeded and undefeated Minot proved to be too much though, as the Majettes win the program's first state title in commanding fashion, 6-0. The six goals scored are the most in a girl's championship game in North Dakota history.
Sheyenne's Mimi Gu wins her first single state championship in tennis. The junior defeated Mandan's Elizabeth Felderman, 6-4, 6-4 to claim the title. Minot's Eden Olson and Sofia Egge won the double's championship.
NDSU baseball won its first ever NCAA game on Saturday afternoon, defeating third seeded Nevada in the elimination game. The Bison will look to keep its season alive once again, playing at 3:00 on Sunday.