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MSU begins spring drills

March 24, 2016 Minot State football began the process of rebounding from a one-win season in 2015 as spring football started on Wednesday. more »»

Askvig bags 3rd straight all-state selection

March 23, 2016 FARGO — Familiar faces make up this season’s North Dakota Class A high school girls basketball all-state team. more »»

Wrapping up a wild first weekend

March 23, 2016 There’s a good chance by now your NCAA Tournament bracket is busted. Mine sure is. more »»

LaDouce not fazed by distance, ‘excited’ for Fairbanks opportunity

March 23, 2016 A Freeland, Mich., native, James LaDouce covered more than 1,000 miles to play junior hockey for the Minot Minotauros. He’ll travel more than twice as far in pursuit of NCAA Division I hockey. more »»

Status quo

March 21, 2016 Slowly but surely, the Minot Minotauros are gaining ground in their pursuit of their first Central Division title. But there’s still plenty of work to be done. more »»

Why not Minot?

March 20, 2016 Wade Regier remembers plenty about his experience as a Minot State hockey player. But one night sticks out above the rest. more »»

Finally champs

March 20, 2016 At the beginning of the season, Our Redeemer’s Christian School boys basketball coach Jeremy Feller knew quick teams could pose problems for his Knights — a group mostly comprised of 6-footers. more »»

Feather edges Feeney for Mr. Basketball

March 20, 2016 Jason Feather’s ascension on the ladder of success didn’t take lon. more »»

Lesson learned

March 19, 2016 There are all sorts of lessons to be learned in sports. Often times, those lessons come in defeat. Ever since the Our Redeemer's Christian School boys basketball team lost to Shiloh Christian on Ja. more »»

Indians clinch 3rd title-game berth in 4 years

March 19, 2016 Our Redeemer’s Christian School avenged its lone defeat during Class B state semifinal against Shiloh Christian. In Friday’s finale, top-seeded Four Winds-Minnewaukan accomplished the same feat. more »»

Big 3rd period lifts Northern Cass over Kenmare

March 19, 2016 Basketball is a game of runs. And teams who piece them together at opportune moments often find themselves victorious. Region 1 champion Northern Cass took that notion to heart Friday afternoon. more »»

When it counts

March 18, 2016 The Our Redeemer's Christian boys basketball team has used its size to its advantage on many occasions this season. That wasn’t quite the case Thursday afternoon. more »»

Honkers routed by Dickinson Trinity

March 18, 2016 Dickinson Trinity junior forward Shawn Stoltz knew what he had to do. “We told him all week in practice that he had to become aggressive,” Trinity coach Gregg Grinsteinner said. more »»

Four Winds holds off unseeded Northern Cass

March 18, 2016 When it comes to basketball in March, anything can — and usually does — happen. Even the most talented teams can find themselves being pushed to the limit. more »»

3-point shooting sends Skyhawks to semis

March 18, 2016 Grafton and Shiloh Christian both converted 14 of 44 field-goal attempts during Thursday’s Class B state quarterfinal. But the Skyhawks tripled the Spoilers’ production from behind the arc. more »»

The big stage

March 17, 2016 While the Knights have been close on multiple occasions in various sports, Our Redeemer’s Christian School is still seeking a state championship to call its own. more »»

Feller continues to build up Our Redeemer’s program

March 17, 2016 Our Redeemer’s Christian School boys basketball coach Jeremy Feller seems to enjoy success wherever he goes. more »»

Honkers not satisfied with state tournament appearance

March 17, 2016 Aside from the top-ranked team in the state — Four Winds Minnewaukan — no team is hotter than Kenmare. more »»

Minot’s Lund among eight Mr. Basketball award finalists

March 17, 2016 Eight finalists have been named for the annual North Dakota Mr. Basketball award. more »»

Giving back

March 16, 2016 Most players competing in the North American Hockey League do so to garner college scholarship offers, with hope of furthering their hockey careers beyond the high school and junior levels. more »»



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