Minot High grapplers go 1-2
GRAND FORKS - Minot was able to get past Grand Fork Central on the final day of the Sertoma Duals on Saturday, but the Magicians fell to Bismarck Century and Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Minot clipped Central 41-37 but was handled by Century (51-30) and Detroit Lakes (48-18).
"We were missing kids because of injury and the ACTs," Minot coach Nathan Spooner said. "So that hurt us. But it was nice to get our JV guys some varsity time."
Cody Haugen was a bright light for the Magicians, however, winning all four of his 145-pound matches at the two-day tournament.
- Daily News Staff
Magicians swim past Williston
WILLISTON - The Minot High School boys swimming and diving team cruised past Williston 139-47 on Saturday.
The Magicians won 11 of 12 events with no repeat individual winners.
"Our guys kind of spread it around a little bit," MHS coach Jake Solper said. "It was good that we had some competition within our own team. We had some tight finishes at the top and Williston had some good swimmers, too."
Williston's Jacob Anderson won the 200-yard freestyle in 2 minutes, 2.42 seconds and took second in 100 fly.
MHS senior Nich Buch won the 100 butterfly in 59.32 seconds and was the first leg of the winning 200 medley relay team. Junior Ethan Bahl won the 200 individual medley in 2:17.70 and was on two winning relay teams.
For complete results, see page C2.
- Daily News Staff
Tauros win in shootout
ABERDEEN (S.D.) - The Minot Minotauros squandered 2-0 and 3-1 leads, but regrouped to beat Aberdeen 4-3 in a shootout.
Minot's David Parottino and Steven Sherman each scored in the shootout and goaltender Tyler Parks stopped all four Aberdeen shooters for the victory.
The Tauros (12-13-1 overall) host a two-game series with Bismarck starting Friday at 7:35.
-Daily News Staff
Concordia-St Paul volleyball 6-peats
PENSACOLA, Fla. - Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference member Concordia University-St. Paul won its sixth consecutive NCAA Divison II volleyball title on Saturday night.
The Golden Bears clawed themselves out of a two-game hole before beating Tampa University 27-29, 17-25, 25-23, 25-23, 16-14 at West Florida University, tying the NCAA mark for national titles in succession.
Concordia swept Minot State during the regular season.
-- Daily News Staff