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Minot State soccer schedules Red and Green scrimmage

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The Minot State women's soccer team will open the fall season with the ninth annual Red and Green intrasquad scrimmage event at Herb Parker Stadium on Monday, August 19. The match will feature 11-on-11 action with the squad being divided into red and green teams to play two 30-minute halves. ...

MSU football ranked seventh in NSIC North preseason poll

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The Minot State football team was selected to finish seventh in the North Division of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference preseason football poll as selected by the league head coaches and announced by the NSIC conference office on Wednesday. The Beavers, who finished last season with ...

MSU soccer finalizes signing class

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Minot State women’s head soccer coach Chris Clements announced the addition of 13 members to the Beaver Soccer program on Tuesday, completing the 2019 recruiting class. They will join 14 returners for the upcoming season. The new additions added over the summer represent three different ...

Farewell tour

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Shanking a shot happens to the best of golfers. While finding the rough, a sand trap or even the water can feel like a devastating blow, the ability to work out of trouble and overcome those mistakes can turn a burdensome round into a respectable one. Minot High School senior Becca ...

Minotauros’ NAHL Showcase schedule released

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The 2019-20 Minotauros report for training camp on August 22, and finally their schedule is complete as the North American Hockey League has released the 2019-20 NAHL Showcase schedule. The Tauros will face Springfield, Amarillo, Johnstown and Maryland over the four-day festival to start ...

DCB names new athletic trainer

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Dakota College at Bottineau welcomes Carolyn Rygg as the new athletic trainer on the campus. Rygg grew up in St. Thomas, North Dakota, before her family moved to Mayville, North Dakota, where she graduated from May-Port CG High School. Rygg is a certified and licensed athletic trainer. She ...

Ending on a high note

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When heading into the playoffs, it’s important to peak at the right time. The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs defeated the Pierre Trappers 9-3 on Sunday, sweeping their division rival in a four-game series. The red-hot Sabre Dogs did not disappoint the Corbett Field faithful in the regular ...

Schatz comes up clutch

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Coming off a second place Saturday at the Ironman 55 in Pevely, Missouri, Donny Schatz traded his World of Outlaw Sprint Car for a NLRA Late Model Sunday night at his hometown track in Minot. The 10-time World of Outlaw champion was tested on Nodak Speedway’s 3/8-mile dirt track circuit. ...

Sabre Dogs keep rolling in preparation for the postseason

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With a playoff berth already locked up, Saturday evening’s Expedition League game against the Pierre Trappers was in a sense meaningless. But, that didn’t stop the Sabre Dogs from having some fun and continuing their winning ways. Souris Valley picked apart Pierre, 10-5, to win its fifth ...

Sabre Dogs top Trappers, earn back-to-back playoff berths

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The situation couldn’t have been simpler for the Souris Valley Sabre Dogs. If the home team defeated the Pierre Trappers in any of their final three matchups, the Sabre Dogs would earn their second consecutive Expedition League playoff berth. Souris Valley punched its playoff ticket with ...

Racing resumes Sunday at Nodak Speedway

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The racing season is quickly winding down at Nodak Speedway as the calendar flips over into August. But, that’s when the action starts to heat up. Nodak Speedway brings in the NLRA Late Models this Sunday for a second consecutive season. Last year, local icon Donny Schatz, a 10-time World ...

Tonini dazzles in debut, Sabre Dogs win late-night affair

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The waiting game lasted 1 hour and 30 minutes before the first pitch was thrown out by Carson Tonini. Heavy rain and lightning delayed his Souris Valley Sabre Dogs debut Thursday evening at Corbett Field. Minot State redshirt freshman Tonini, who was playing for the American Legion Class A ...

Walk-off winner

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In the dog days of summer, teams take wins any way they can earn them. The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs are fighting for their playoff lives, and the home team snuck past the Hub City Hotshots, 3-2, on a walk-off wild pitch to earn its first victory on the seven-game homestand. Souris Valley ...

Sabre Dogs earn rain-shortened victory

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During the first two games of their current seven-game homestand, the Souris Valley Sabre Dogs battled their opponents in one-run games. A loss against the Badlands Big Sticks and a win over the Hub City Hotshots, respectively, came down to the final inning. The Sabre Dogs wasted no time ...

Bad luck late

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It seems a bit odd to hear Christmas tunes while taking in a ballgame at the tail end of July. However, Corbett Field was quite festive on Monday night as the Sabre Dogs battled the Badlands Big Sticks in a “Christmas in July” themed matchup. The temperature at first pitch was 75 degrees ...

Minotauros unveil preseason schedule

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The 2019-20 Minotauros report for training camp on August 22, and get one last round of golf in on the 23rd, at the Minotauros 7th Annual Golf Tournament as a symbolic end of the offseason before returning to work on the 24th. The 30 players invited to Minot for training camp will have four ...

MSU women’s hockey joins WMCH for 2019-20 season

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Co-commissioners Jason White of Midland University and Kat Hannah of Lindenwood University-Belleville announced the formation of Women’s Midwest Collegiate Hockey on Monday. The six-team league will open play in the 2019-20 season, culminating with the WMCH Tournament held in Saint Louis from ...