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Skyhawks clinch 2nd title-game berth in 3 years, top Bearcats

March 5, 2016 GRAND FORKS — Shiloh Christian’s girls basketball team was inconsistent from the perimeter Thursday night, thought it eventually found a way to win. That wasn’t the case on Friday. more »»

Senior driven

March 5, 2016 GRAND FORKS — Watford City and Park River-Fordville-Lankin both committed 16 fouls during Friday’s Class B semifinal clash at the Alerus Center. But the Wolves made theirs count. more »»

Rebels sink Rugby to 2nd straight loss

March 5, 2016 GRAND FORKS — Ball security plagued Rugby’s girls basketball team Thursday night. Friday was no different. Despite seizing a third-quarter lead over No. more »»

Beavers open tourney with win, shutout Wildcats

March 5, 2016 Daily News Staff CHICAGO — Minot State hockey coach Wade Regier wasn’t bashful when describing his team’s performances in their first game of the ACHA national tournament. more »»

Snatched away

March 4, 2016 GRAND FORKS — After 16 minutes, Region 6 champion Rugby was in position to claim its first state tournament win Thursday at the Alerus Center. But Class B girls basketball is a 32-minute game. more »»

Sparby, Wolves grind out defensive win over Trinity

March 4, 2016 GRAND FORKS — In the build up to Thursday’s Class B state quarterfinal, Watford City post MacKenzie Sparby had a conversation with her coach, John Zenz. more »»

Bearcats advance behind Kvilvang’s 2nd-half surge

March 4, 2016 GRAND FORKS — Junior post Macey Kvilvang has been the catalyst for North Star’s basketball team all season. That’s no secret. more »»

Majettes rally to upset Bravettes

March 4, 2016 BISMARCK — Three seniors stepped up for the No. 6-seeded Minot High’s girls basketball team on Thursday during the quarterfinals of the West Region tournament at the Bismarck Events Center. more »»

New taper builds confidence in Magicians leading into state

March 4, 2016 Early returns on Minot High’s boy swimming and diving team’s new two-week taper are positive. “We are feeling like we are in a really good spot,” Minot coach Jake Solper said. more »»

Uncharted territory

March 3, 2016 The 2015-16 season will undoubtedly go down as one of the best in the history of Rugby girls basketball. And though the No. more »»

North Star’s Kvilvang head and shoulders above the competition

March 3, 2016 North Star’s girls basketball team boasts a number of potent weapons, but none more formidable than its 6-foot-5 post. Junior center Macey Kvilvang has been a force for the N. more »»

Mogen, Wolves hope for strong showing at state

March 3, 2016 For the last five seasons, Watford City forward Katie Mogen — the Region 8 senior athlete of the year — has played varsity for the Wolves. more »»

No. 2-seeded Magi not looking past Coyotes

March 3, 2016 Minot High’s boys basketball team enters this weekend’s West Region tournament as the No. 2 seed. But the Magi aren’t taking their first-round opponent lightly. Minot plays Williston at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Majettes, Bravettes very familiar with one another

March 3, 2016 With the West Region tournament set to begin this afternoon, Minot High girls basketball team knows all about its first-round opponent. The No. 6-seeded Majettes open up against No. more »»

Walking the walk

March 2, 2016 Three years removed from their last championship, the Beavers have had one thing in mind all season. And they haven’t been shy about sharing their ambition. more »»

Walking the walk

March 2, 2016 Three years removed from their last championship, the Beavers have had one thing in mind all season. And they haven’t been shy about sharing their ambition. more »»

Half-court heave

March 1, 2016 Championships are often won on big shots. Our Redeemer’s Christian School senior John Reiten hit a big shot that will likely be talked about for years to com. more »»

Bombers, Lakers advance to Region 6 tourney

March 1, 2016 It wasn’t how Lewis & Clark-Berthold coach Chris Brown drew it up or imagined it. But he’ll take it. “This time of year, it’s survive and advance,” Brown said. “That’s been our motto.” The No. more »»

McElroy-Scott’s OT winner ends 5-year title drought for DCB

February 29, 2016 BINGHAMTOM, N.Y. — It hasn’t been easy for the Dakota College at Bottineau men’s hockey team the past five years. more »»

Knights, Lions to battle for District 12 title

February 29, 2016 Throughout the course of the Class B boys basketball season, Our Redeemer’s Christian School and Bishop Ryan have been the top dogs in District 12. Tonight’s title-game matchup reflects that realit. more »»



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