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Undlin, Mavericks edge Panthers in quarterfinals

February 27, 2016 No. 3-seeded Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood turned to a freshman to come up big down the home stretch of a District 12 tournament quarterfinal game against No. more »»

Full circle

February 26, 2016 The past four years have been frustrating for Rugby's girls basketball tea. more »»

West Fargo’s top line thwarts Minot’s repeat bid

February 26, 2016 GRAND FORKS — Minot High co-coaches Jason Bennett and John Grubb both knew Thursday’s state quarterfinal would come down to one thing. more »»

Majettes fall just shy of first-round upset

February 26, 2016 GRAND FORKS — In the 14-year history of North Dakota’s state girls hockey tournament, No. 7 seeds haven’t fared well. No surprise there. more »»

Rudolph, Clements handed All-NSIC honors

February 26, 2016 Just one day after his team’s first-round defeat in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference tournament, Minot State sophomore forward Tyler Rudolph became a second-team honoree on the All-NSIC... more »»

Knights, Lions headline District 12 tournament

February 26, 2016 While March is technically still a few days away, the madness of basketball postseason is in full swing. more »»

Road to Repeat

February 25, 2016 Minot High’s boys hockey team has lost five games all season. And it’s produced a positive response on each occasion. more »»

Upset-minded Majettes quietly confident

February 25, 2016 Girls hockey has been a varsity sport in North Dakota since 2002, and over that 14-year span, Minot High has never failed to qualify for state. more »»

Warriors pull away from MSU

February 25, 2016 WINONA (Minn.)– Minot State couldn’t buy a bucket late in the second half. The Beavers battled No. more »»

Region 6 to crown a new champion

February 25, 2016 District 12 teams have been dominant in the Region 6 girls basketball tournament in recent years. But all of that will change this evening as the fourth-ranked and No. 1-seeded Rugby Panthers and N. more »»

Aggies shock Lions

February 24, 2016 There will be no state championship celebration for Bishop Ryan’s girls basketball team this season. more »»

One win away

February 24, 2016 Rugby’s girls basketball team has been here before. But not under these circumstances. When Shea Heidlebaugh was an eighth-grader, the District 11 No. more »»

Red-hot Beavers seek 1st NSIC tourney win

February 24, 2016 Minot State’s men’s basketball team has never won a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference tournament game. Three road losses in three first-round matchups. more »»

Beavers like their matchup with Vikings

February 24, 2016 Minot State’s women’s basketball team failed to capitalize on an opportunity to be the No. 5 seed on Saturday when it lost to Minnesota Duluth. more »»

Superior depth

February 23, 2016 Deep benches are a valuable asset in postseason basketball. Those who witnessed Monday’s game between Bishop Ryan and Westhope-Newburg can attest. more »»

Aggies bounce Bombers in 1st round of Region 6 tourney

February 23, 2016 No. 2-seeded Velva took a very circuitous route to a win during the opening round of the Region 6 tourney on Tuesday at the Minot Municipal Auditorium. more »»

No. 4-ranked Panthers roll past Des Lacs-Burlington

February 23, 2016 It isn’t unusual to see good teams flex their muscles upon the beginning of postseason play. Rugby’s No. 4-ranked girls basketball team has been no exception. more »»

Olson lifts Our Redeemer’s to Region 6 semifinal berth

February 23, 2016 There’s no sense denying it, and Our Redeemer’s Christian School girls basketball coach Scott Peterson isn’t. The Knights go as Morgan Olson goes. more »»

The man they call Ricci

February 23, 2016 Prior to the start of the 2015-2016 college basketball season, the NCAA decided to make a couple modifications to the game’s rules. more »»

'Everything happens for a reason'

February 22, 2016 A Sacramento, Calif., native, Emilie Rebelo’s collegiate soccer career was initially destined for Seaside, a California city located roughly three hours south of her home town. more »»

 
 

 

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