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Fargo Shanley’s Reile Payne wins Miss Basketball crown

After a historic senior season, Fargo Shanley’s Reile Payne was named as North Dakota’s Miss Basketball. Payne posted a double-double average for the season, tallying 20.4 points and 11.2 rebounds per game. Additionally, Payne averaged 3.5 assists and 6.2 steals. The Shanley guard ...

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Senior stories: New Town BBB exceeds expectations during state tournament run

Khael DeCoteau heard the news at school. Five minutes remained in his seventh period English class, but New Town’s junior guard would need much more time to digest the impending announcement. New Town principal John Gartner delivered the unfortunate message over the intercom. Due to the ...

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Minot High’s Jaxon Gunville named Mr. Basketball finalist

After averaging 25.3 points and six rebounds per game this past season, Minot High senior guard Jaxon Gunville earned a spot as a Mr. Basketball finalist. Gunville’s campaign also included some historic milestones. In 24 games, he broke Bart Manson’s single-season points record (604 ...

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NAHL cancels remainder of 2019-20 regular season

The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced that all remaining 2019-20 regular season games have been canceled effective immediately due to the international medical emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The NAHL’s regular season was scheduled to end on April 4th. Statement ...

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Henry, Ivanco named to ACHA DI All-Athletic team

The American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) announced its 2019-20 Division I women’s hockey first and second All-Athletic teams on Sunday. Minot State forward Sami Jo Henry and goaltender Jordan Ivanco both made the ACHA Division I All-Athletic First Team. Henry finished the season ...

NSIC cancels 2020 spring conference competition and championships

BURNSVILLE, Minn. — The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Board of Directors voted unanimously to suspend all activities related to intercollegiate athletics and cancel the remaining 2020 spring conference competition and championships due to concerns of the global coronavirus ...

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Ryan BBB head coach Jeremy Feller resigns

After completing three seasons as the Bishop Ryan boys basketball head coach, Jeremy Feller resigned on Friday afternoon. Feller began coaching at Our Redeemer’s in 2008. After spending time at both ORCS and Ryan, Feller has amassed three state tournament berths and a career record of ...

NDHSAA suspends remaining winter sports tournaments, spring sports activities

In the midst of the Class A boys and girls basketball state championships, the NDHSAA Board of Directors announced a decision that sent a ripple effect across the state. At approximately 3 p.m., the NDHSAA declared a suspension of all winter postseason tournaments, fine arts contests, spring ...

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Rugby BBB takes Region 6 crown from ORCS

In the biggest game of the season so far, the No. 3-ranked Rugby boys basketball team stuck to the plan. The District 11 No. 1-seeded Panthers (22-2) pelted District 12 No. 1-seeded Our Redeemer’s (19-6) with a first-half flurry in Thursday evening’s Region 6 Tournament championship. ...