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Undlin reaches milestone, M-L-S falls to Heart River

Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood sophomore Isaac Undlin reached a milestone in his young playing career Saturday evening in the Class B Day at Our Redeemer’s Christian School. With a drive to the basket from the left baseline and a monsterous two-handed dunk, Undlin scored his 1,000th career ...

Minot High shut down by Roughriders at home

The Minot High School boys hockey team couldn't get the puck past the combination of Grand Forks Red River goaltenders Nate Bradbury and Jacob Melhoff Saturday evening as the Roughriders (16-1-0) rolled to a 6-0 victory at Maysa Arena. Six different goal scorers contributed for GFRR with its ...

Minot State hockey takes down Arizona State

The Minot State men’s hockey team turned in a dominating effort Saturday night, outshooting Arizona State 43-21 in a 5-1 win at Maysa Arena. Shain Scheschuk, Morgen Martelle, Carey Morrison, Eric Bollefer and Brett McNevin each had a goal for the Beavers. MSU goalie Holden Kurtz had 20 ...

Undefeated no more

DICKINSON — The Minot High School boys basketball team had its winning streak snapped and its hopes of a perfect season come crashing to an end Friday night in Dickinson No. 3-ranked Dickinson (13-1, 11-1 West Region) avenged its only loss on the season by toppling the top ranked Magi ...

No. 1 Beavers hockey pounces early for big win

The No. 1-ranked Minot State Beavers (19-2-1) scored early and often against the No. 6-ranked Arizona State (21-5-0) Friday night for a 7-2 home victory. Jeremy Johnson opened the scoring 45 seconds into the game and the Beavers scored two more times in the first three minutes. Johl Swedlo ...

Ross relays vision of unprecedented success for Minot State football

Patrick Ross, the former head coach at Lindenwood University (St. Charles, Mo.), was the final candidate to be interviewed on the Minot State campus on Friday in the hopes of becoming the next head coach of the MSU football team. Ross coached at Lindenwood from 2004 to 2016 and helped the ...

Milestone moment

In one way or another, every individual has a calling to fulfill in life. In the case of Des Lacs-Burlington’s Doug Wagner that calling has been to coach boys basketball. For the past 37 years, most of those at DL-B, Wagner has worked with young men, teaching them basketball and ...

MSU hires Cordova as next volleyball coach

Dana Cordova was named the ninth volleyball head coach at Minot State University Thursday by the Director of Athletics Andy Carter. Cordova replaces Ben Kaszeta, who was dismissed Nov. 17, 2016 following an overall record of 8-48 over two seasons. “We feel very fortunate to have Dana ...

NSIC tested Aldrich desires competitiveness for MSU football

The second candidate vying for the vacant head coaching position at Minot State University talked to the public and media members Wednesday evening with a rather distinct qualification of his resume. Mike Aldrich, former associate head coach at Southwest Minnesota State, defensive coordinator ...

Minot athletes win Special Olympics medals

Several Minot athletes received medals in the Special Olympics Winter Games at Annie’s House in Bottineau Jan. 20 and 21. Snow shoe winners were: Christy Coughlin, 400 meter Gold; Jon Fettig, 100 meter and 200 meter Gold; Tiffany Coutts, 100 meter Silver; Kimberly Coutts, fifth in 100 ...

Crosstown clash

Two inner city rivals with two perfect records in District 12 put everything on the line Tuesday night as No. 9-ranked Bishop Ryan and Our Redeemer’s put on a show that Class B Minot area supporters won’t soon forget. Down by double-digits midway through the fourth quarter, the Knights ...

Minot stays perfect with road win at Williston

By Daily News staff WILLISTON — The Minot High boys basketball team remained perfect on the season Tuesday night with a 95-50 road win at Class A West Region rival Williston. “After the first six minutes, we picked up the intensity and got some things done defensively,” Minot High ...

Turning the tables

Spirits were low last Thursday evening when the Minot High School boys hockey team got thumped by West Region leading Bismarck High, 10-1. Monday night they got some retribution against Bottineau/Rugby. Led by captain Easton Bennett scoring four goals, the Magi (8-5-2, 6-3-1 West Region) ...

Glenburn battles Max

Alex Eisen/MDN Glenburn's Latasha Dean (10) watches as her teammate Randi Long (44) and Max forward Cassidy Huesers (22) battle for a rebound in a Class B girls basketball game played Monday night at the Minot Auditorium.  Glenburn defeated Max 64-51.

Rudolph named NSIC North Player of the Week

Minot State men’s basketball player Tyler Rudolph was named the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference North Division Men’s Basketball Player of the week, the league announced Monday. Rudolph, a junior forward, averaged 26.5 points, 13.5 rebounds and two assists to lift Minot State to a ...

Partridge hoping to bring turnaround, local talent to MSU football

Former Missouri Western State football coach Jerry Partridge is used to being around a winning program. While Partridge’s Griffons went 4-7 last season, which led to his firing, he turned in seven straight winning seasons at the Division II level before that and boasts a 149-83 career ...

Schaefer providing boost to New Rockford-Sheyenne basketball

It’s almost too easy to make basketball coaches gush about New Rockford-Sheyenne’s Jack Schaefer. NRS coach Tyler Cook has constantly commended Schaefer for dedicating himself to the program and providing a much-needed leadership role. Of course, Cook also doesn’t hesitate to mention ...

MSU breaks out brooms

A career night from junior forward Tyler Rudolph was exactly what the Minot State men’s basketball team needed. Rudolph scored 33 points -- a career-high -- and grabbed 17 rebounds in a 84-72 win against Minnesota Crookston Saturday at the MSU Dome in Minot. The double-double was the ninth ...