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Beavers looking to get defensive during homestand

January 15, 2016 The Minot State men’s basketball team averaged 80 points in its most recent road trip. The most productive offensive output the Beavers have had all season. However, MSU went 0-2. more »»

Minot State hoping to heat up at home

January 15, 2016 Simply put, the Minot State women’s basketball team is having trouble finding the hoop. more »»

Finally home

January 14, 2016 Chances are you haven’t seen much of Minot High’s girls hockey team yet this season. There’s a reason for that. more »»

Minot High enjoying big tournaments

January 14, 2016 Minot High’s wrestling team is still fresh from competing in its two biggest regular-season tournaments of the season. The Magicians participated in the Rumble on the Red in Fargo on Dec. more »»

Parshall’s GoodBird records 1,000th career point

January 14, 2016 Parshall senior Monte GoodBird will remember Jan. 8, 2016 for more than one reason. more »»

Askvig's big night

January 13, 2016 With 7:50 to play in Tuesday’s Class A girls basketball game, Minot High senior forward Cassie Askvig subbed out for the first time in the second half. more »»

Lions roar past Velva, 73-44

January 13, 2016 For the past few weeks, the Bishop Ryan boys basketball team has been in a bit of a rut. But with the sound of a roar, the Lions may have found an escape from their midseason funk. more »»


January 13, 2016 Minot State’s men’s and women’s basketball teams highlight the first Noon Luncheon Series of the new year this Friday at Sevens Restaurant at the Vegas Motel. more »»

Locked in

January 10, 2016 The No. 2 Minot High student section made a last minute change to the theme for Saturday’s night game against No. 3 Bismarck. more »»

ORCS offense still lacking in loss to Skyhawks

January 10, 2016 BISMARCK — Our Redeemer’s Christian School girls basketball coach Scott Peterson continues to boast confidence in his team’s ability to produce offensively. Even after this weekend. more »»

Fatigued Knights fade against No. 6 Shiloh Christian

January 10, 2016 BISMARCK — Late-game heroics helped the Our Redeemer’s Christian School basketball team preserve its perfect record Friday night. They also left the Knights a bit winded. more »»

Minot High wrestlers place 8th at Bismarck Rotary Invite

January 10, 2016 BISMARCK — After a solid start to the Bismarck Rotary Invitational on Friday, the Minot High wrestling team didn’t have the finish to the weekend that it would have liked. more »»

Tauros rally over Bismarck, snap 4-game losing streak

January 10, 2016 BISMARCK — The Minot Minotauros needed a respons. more »»

Under pressure

January 9, 2016 BISMARCK — On Monday, the Our Redeemer’s Christian School boys basketball team assumed the state’s No. 1 ranking for the first time in history. more »»

Majettes rally late to snap 4-game losing streak

January 9, 2016 The first road trip of the season was not kind to the Minot High girls basketball team. The Majettes lost all four games and not many things went righ. more »»

Cold shooting plagues ORCS against No. 5 Trinity

January 9, 2016 BISMARCK — Some nights, ?basketball ??teams just don’t have it on the offensive end. But you don’t have to tell the Our Redeemer’s Christian School girls. more »»

Minot family to attend first NDSU game today

January 9, 2016 The North Dakota State University football program understandably has a strong following around state. Locally, there may not be a bigger fan base than the Vibeto family. more »»

Can’t keep pace

January 8, 2016 RUGBY — With two games already played against ranked opposition and another against a Region 7 contender, Des Lacs-Burlington’s boys basketball team has endured one of North Dakota’s toughest... more »»

Ryan overcomes struggles to top Titans, 68-50

January 8, 2016 A high school basketball season can be long with plenty of bumps in the road. more »»

Magicians steal win over Blue Jays

January 8, 2016 JAMESTOWN — Jamestown coach Luke Anderson was mystified after looking at how many turnovers his team had, despite staying with No. 2-ranked Minot on Thursday night. more »»



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