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Magicians split with Mandan

April 12, 2014 It took 14 batters for Minot High to finally muster a hit, and top-ranked Magicians managed just four altogether. more »»

Football teams uncertain after Hoffner ruling

April 12, 2014 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A cloud of uncertainty hung over two university football programs Friday as they awaited word on whether Todd Hoffner will reclaim the head coaching job he was fired from at... more »»

Fighting for control

April 11, 2014 The Minot Minotauros traveled to Austin for Games 1 and 2 of the North American Hockey League playoffs seeking at least a split against the top-seeded Bruins. more »»

Experience key for top-ranked Minot High

April 11, 2014 While flattering, the preseason No. 1 ranking is just that to the Minot High baseball team: a number. more »»

HOLMGREN: Hoffner could return to Mankato, but should he?

April 11, 2014 If you were fired from a job and legally proved the dismissal was wrongful, would you even want to return to that workplace? Minot State football coach Todd Hoffner is facing that dilemma at this... more »»

MLS-G-K tops DL-B in Region 7 opener

April 11, 2014 Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood-Glenburn-Kenmare entered the Region 7 tournament as the No. 2 seed in 2013, but its season ended in disrepair. more »»

Sports Briefs 4/11/14

April 11, 2014 Beavers hire offensive coordinator The Minot State football team has hired Brian Boerboom as its offensive coordinator, the program announced Thursday. more »»

Bombs away

April 10, 2014 Directly from home plate to center field, 30-mph winds gusted intermittently Wednesday at Herb Parker Stadium. A welcome sight — nay, feeling — for any slugger eyeing a home ru. more »»

Majettes aim to solve goal-scoring woes

April 10, 2014 To say the Minot High girls soccer team struggled to score goals last season would be a gross understatement. more »»

New Town’s Bell signs with Jimmies

April 10, 2014 New Town senior Symbria Bell has signed a letter of intent to compete for the University of Jamestown women’s cross country and track and field teams in the fall, the program announced Wednesday. more »»

A learning experience

April 9, 2014 In its season opener, the Bishop Ryan softball team’s play looked nearly unrecognizable from that which led them to back-to-back appearances in the Class A state championship game. more »»

Ryan rolls Central McLean in region opener

April 9, 2014 Potent production at the plate and sound pitching guided Bishop Ryan baseball to its first Region 6 wins Tuesday at Jack Hoeven Park. more »»

Sports Briefs 4/9/2014

April 9, 2014 NDSU silences Beaver bats BISMARCK — North Dakota State shut down the Minot State offense Tuesday, limiting the Beavers to one hit in a 5-0 los. more »»

Hoffner Era underway

April 8, 2014 With a whistle dangling around his neck, a new coach barked out instructions and offered encouragement at Herb Parker Stadium during Minot State football practice. more »»

Lions blank Rugby in season opener

April 8, 2014 Bishop Ryan baseball had no trouble scoring runs last season. The same was the case on Monday. more »»

Rovig commits to California juco

April 8, 2014 District 12 girls basketball senior athlete of the year Anika Rovig told The Minot Daily News on Monday evening that she has made an oral commitment to continue her hoops career at Cuesta College, a... more »»

Solving the Huskies

April 7, 2014 The Minot State baseball team snapped a three-game losing steak by doing something it hadn’t done before: beat St. Cloud Stat. more »»

Lorimor’s gem helps MSU salvage doubleheader split

April 7, 2014 There’s a simple way to guarantee a spot in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference tournament: just win three out of every four games throughout league play. more »»

Sports Briefs

April 7, 2014 O’Keefe second, Beavers third at invite COLUMBUS, Neb. more »»



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