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Spectacular Sprague

July 31, 2015 DICKINSON — On Thursday, the Minot Vistas were participating in the loser-out bracket of the Class AA state legion baseball tournament, mainly due to the struggles of their pitching staff. more »»

Vistas ousted

July 31, 2015 DICKINSON — Losses are always tough for coaches, players and fans alike, but the one the Minot Vitas suffered on Friday at the Class AA state legion baseball tournament will sting more than mos. more »»

Post 39 silenced by Lingen’s gem

July 31, 2015 BEULAH — One inning proved the difference in Velva’s opening-round victory over Valley City on Wednesday at the Class A state legion tournament. One inning also tipped the balance against Wahpeton. more »»

Post 39 battles back, but falls short against Casselton

July 31, 2015 BEULAH — Velva has always been a baseball team that prides itself on sound hitting and fundamental defense. The 39ers enjoyed the former Friday at Goldmann Field, but the latter eluded them. more »»

Trappers outslug Vistas in state tournament opener

July 29, 2015 DICKINSON — Minot Vistas coach Todd Larson knew his team didn’t have the arms to silence teams at the Class AA state legion baseball tournament. more »»

9-run inning catapults Velva over Valley City

July 29, 2015 BEULAH — Velva's Brad Dean needed a pick-me-up during Wednesday's opening round of the Class A state legion baseball tournament. more »»

Velva keen to continue late-season surge at state

July 29, 2015 Velva’s American Legion baseball team was at a loss for words after its West Region tournament opener last Wednesday in Washburn. Despite holding a 5-0 lead against No. more »»

Makoti drops 4-run lead, routed by defending champ Wahpeton

July 29, 2015 BEULAH — For 5 1/2 innings on Wednesday, the defending Class A champions seemed destined for the loser-out bracket during the opening round of the state legion baseball tournamen. more »»

Playing loose

July 28, 2015 Last Friday was just what the doctor ordered for the Minot Vista. more »»

Capital punishment

July 26, 2015 Surrey coach Jeremy Feller was quick to point out an old sports cliche to describe Saturday’s game against Bismarck. “It’s was a game of inches,” he said. more »»

Staving off elimination

July 25, 2015 In the third inning of a Friday loser-out game between Surrey and Burlington, Blue Sox starting pitcher Jacob Burckhard encountered some adversity. more »»

Miller settles in, leads Kidder county to victory

July 25, 2015 Both starting pitchers in a loser-out game between Garrison and Kidder County labored through the first inning. Both threw over 25 pitches while surrendering runs in the first frame. more »»

Dealing heat

July 24, 2015 Throwing 116 pitches is a task in and of itself. Tossing that amount of pitches in near 90-degree weather is a whole other animal. more »»

Urban’s slam lifts Surrey over Stanley

July 24, 2015 Have a day Bridger Urban. In the fourth inning of a Thursday loser-out game, the Surrey first baseman, with the bases loaded, deposited a 1-0 pitch over the left-centerfield wall. more »»

Snowball effect

July 23, 2015 Minot Vistas starting pitcher Conor Taney struck out the first batter he faced Wednesday on four pitches. From then on, it was a struggle for Taney and compan. more »»

Gunville walk-off stymies Renville County comeback

July 23, 2015 SURREY — For much of Wednesday’s American Legion baseball encounter, Burlington starting pitcher Alex Davy was in complete control. more »»

Doll, Hazen hold on for 5-4 win over Blue Sox

July 23, 2015 SURREY — Since the start of the summer, Surrey’s American Legion baseball coach Jeremy Feller has preached consistency. But the Blue Sox were inconsistent when it mattered most on Wednesday. more »»

A dream come true

July 21, 2015 Caden Appelt didn’t know what to expect entering Monday’s North Dakota State Fair Enduro race at Nodak Speedway. But one thing was for sur. more »»

Lockwood, Lamb lead the way

July 21, 2015 The National Professional Rodeo Association championship bull riding competed in the first of two days at the North Dakota State Fair on Monday at All Seasons Arena. more »»

Gibson, West edge East in 11-man Shrine Bowl

July 19, 2015 GRAND?FORKS — A shoulder injury this spring appeared to have left Hayden Gibson on the sidelines for the annual North Dakota Shrine Bow. more »»



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