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MSU looking to carry momentum into 2016 opener

January 2, 2016 Minot State’s women’s basketball team couldn’t have asked for a better way to enter its eight-day holiday break. more »»

Beavers confident amid NSIC struggles

January 2, 2016 Minot State’s men’s basketball team is still in pursuit of that illusive first Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference victory. But that shouldn’t suggest the Beavers haven’t come close. more »»

Respect earned

December 31, 2015 Over the past three seasons, the Rugby girls basketball team has quietly been waiting its turn to dominate Region 6. more »»

Bearcats top Lions behind Miller’s big day

December 31, 2015 Ever since falling to Four Winds-Minnewaukan on Dec 15, No. 8 North Star girls basketball coach Jill Vote has seen something different in her club. “The girls have wanted it,” she said. more »»

Reiten powers Knights past Miners, 65-42

December 31, 2015 Prior to Wednesday evening’s contest against the Beulah Miners in the Our Redeemer’s Christian School Invitational at the Minot State Dome, ORCS boys basketball coach Jeremy Feller challenged his... more »»

Goodbird, Braves rally for win over Bearcats

December 31, 2015 Parshall boys basketball coach Wade Baker refers to senior forward Monte Goodbird as his team’s anchor, stabilizing the No. 10 Brave. more »»

Bounce back

December 30, 2015 No. 1 Four Winds-Minnewaukan has been the top ranked Class B boys basketball team for the first three weeks of the season. Well, the Indians hit a bump in the road Monday night with a home loss to No. more »»

Size propels Titans past Bombers

December 30, 2015 No. 9 Dickinson Trinity connected on its first 3-pointer with 5:54 to play in a game against Lewis & Clark-Berthold on Tuesday during the Hoopster Classic at the Minot State Dome. more »»

Panthers start slow, fall to Miners

December 30, 2015 Rugby coach Mike Santjer has nearly an entire new batch of players than the ones that cut down nets as state champions in March. Five new starters to be exact. more »»

Westhope-Newburg falls flat in loss to Rolla

December 30, 2015 By MARK JONES Staff Writer mjones@minotdailynews.com The two-week holiday break always has a way of throwing a wrench into the plans of coaches in nearly every high school spor. more »»

Gerry’s world

December 29, 2015 While I was moseying around the Bismarck Aquatics and Events Center during the Bismarck Invitational on Dec. 19 I heard a name come up quite a bit in conversatio. more »»

District 12 is shaping up to be one of the best in state

December 29, 2015 It usually takes a few games into a basketball season to gauge where a team stands, and what kind of season it could have. more »»

MSU Dome plays host to high-level Class B basketball action

December 29, 2015 Over the next couple of days, the Minot State Dome is home to some top-level Class B boys and girls basketball games. more »»

Gerry's world

December 28, 2015 While I was moseying around the Bismarck Aquatics and Events Center during the Bismarck Invitational on Dec. 19 I heard a name come up quite a bit in conversatio. more »»

District 12 is shaping up to be one of the best in state

December 28, 2015 It usually takes a few games into a basketball season to gauge where a team stands, and what kind of season it could have. more »»

Battle tested

December 24, 2015 There’s a belief in sports that good competition will only make a team better. And that’s the theory Des Lacs-Burlington boys basketball coach Doug Wagner has. more »»

Finding their stride

December 23, 2015 SURREY — The Surrey boys basketball team’s offense struggled a majority of the first half during Tuesday’s Class B basketball game against Max. more »»

Behind the arc

December 22, 2015 The 3-point shot can drastically change the direction of a basketball game. And most times, the team that converts them late often finds itself on the winning en. more »»

Outmuscled

December 20, 2015 BISMARCK — A high school basketball court is 84 feet long and 50 feet wide. But the only portion No. 2-ranked Century needed was the charity stripe on Saturday night. more »»

Minot High standout Bolinske chooses UND

December 20, 2015 On Saturday night, Minot High senior quarterback Ben Bolinske announced his commitment to play football at the University of North Dakota next fall. more »»

 
 

 

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