Forum staff reports
FARGO — Classical Music Public Radio will air the performance of Dr. Rene Clausen's "The Passion of Jesus Christ" during Passion Week from 8 to 10 p.m., Thursday, March 29 on KCCM 91.1 FM (Fargo-Moorhead) and KCFM 89.7 FM (Fergus Falls). Clausen, conductor of The Concordia Choir, was commissioned to write the piece to observe the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Minnesota Public Radio also plans to stream the broadcast and will archive it for on-demand listening. Visit mpr.org for the program and details.
FARGO — The sacred cantata "The Seven Last Words of Christ" by Theodore Dubois will be presented at 7 p.m., Wednesday March 28, in the sanctuary of First Lutheran Church, 619 Broadway. This musical event features three professional vocal soloists and an orchestra of nearly 30 people. The First Lutheran Cathedral Choir will also be singing. A freewill offering will be received to help defray expenses.
Fargo hospitals: Megan Spencer and Chris Ingemansen, Fargo, daughter, Essentia Health, Thursday, March 22; Michaela and Justin Haugen, Minot, N.D., son, Sanford Medical Center, March 1; Samantha Parkman and Adam Berg, Fargo, son, Sanford Medical Center, Feb. 6.
Hockey 6 Junior Standings/schedule United States Hockey League Western Conference Fargo Force 31-15-3 69 Waterloo 31-14-5 69 Omaha 31-16-2 67 Sioux Falls 29-15-4 66 Tri-City 29-19-1 61 Lincoln 29-21-1 60 Sioux City 22-21-4 51 Des Moines 19-25-4 45 Eastern Conference *Team USA 36-14-0 73 Youngstown 29-18-5 64 Muskegon 29-22-1 60 Green Bay 26-20-4 57 Dubuque 23-20-7 55 Chicago 23-23-1 52 Cedar Rapids 20-23-8 49
RIVERSIDE, Calif.—The North Dakota State women's track and field team captured three of the top four places in the heptathlon at the UC Riverside Classic on Friday. Senior Amanda Levin took first place with a score of 4,725 points. Sophomore Macy Denzer (4,686) and senior Jaelin Beachy (4,541) finished third and fourth, respectively. Competition continues on Saturday at noon.
Boys 6 Friday, March 23 North Dakota Class A state indoor meet At North Dakota State Individual results (top three finishers) 1600 relay: 1. Fargo North A, 3:36.50. 2. Fargo South A, 3:36.69. 3. West Fargo A, 3:37.88. 60: 1. Johnson, Fargo South, 7.08. 2. Breyer, Fargo South, 7.21. 3. Gravdahl, West Fargo, 7.23. 200: 1. Burian, Grand Forks Red River, 23.36. 2. Gensee, Fargo South, 23.56. 3. Johnson, Fargo South, 23.60.
WHEATON, Ill.—Concordia managed to get just two baserunners against Dominican (Ill.) pitcher Colin Janison in the Stars' 2-0 win in college baseball on Friday. Nate Sillerud had the lone hit for the Cobbers. Alex Erickson pitched five innings allowing two hits and one walk while striking out three batters. With the loss, the Cobbers move to 7-7 overall.
FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Riley Johnson pitched seven strong innings for North Dakota State in a 2-1 win over Fort Wayne in Summit League baseball on Friday. Johnson allowed seven hits and two walks while striking out nine batters. Mason Pierzchalski and Jayse McLean each drove in a run for the Bison. The Bison (9-11) next play Saturday against Fort Wayne at 1 p.m. in the second game of the three-game series.
FARGO – North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem applauded the U.S. District Court decision on Friday, March 23, granting the state’s request to proceed with challenging the Waters of the United States rule.
CORMORANT TOWNSHIP, Minn. – The body of a Lake Park, Minn., man who was missing for nearly two weeks has been recovered.