Author: Keith Albertson

Coach of the Week: West Fargo Legion’s Jordan Rheault

The Packers are 14-9 on the season entering Friday

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Jordan Rheault is not far removed from his high school playing days, but he is already in his second year as head coach of the West Fargo Patriots. Rheault was a part of the 2012 team that won the North Dakota legion title in 2012. In this sit-down interview with KVRR Sports Director Keith Albertson, Rheault…

Comstock’s HR Propels RedHawks Past Milwaukee

The RedHawks beat the Milkmen 6-5

FARGO, N.D. — Game two of the RedHawks nine-game homestand did not come with the same comfort as the previous contest. After beating Lincoln 7-1 on Thursday, the RedHawks rallied late to beat Milwaukee 6-5 on Friday night. Daniel Comstock belted a two-run home run in the seventh to give Fargo-Moorhead the lead for good. The RedHawks took a 4-1…

RedHawks Hand Lincoln Independence Day Loss

Every batter in the lineup recorded a hit for the RedHawks as they won 7-1

FARGO, N.D. (REDHAWKS) — The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks defense provided the fireworks on Thursday afternoon, completing three double plays on the Fourth of July to hold the Lincoln Saltdogs to a single run in a 7-1 victory in front of 3,576 fans at Newman Outdoor Field. RedHawks’ starting pitcher Taylor Bloye found himself in an early jam in the first inning…

Approx. 5,000 Show up for Wentz’s Charity Softball Game

Carson Wentz invited 28 former NDSU teammates to help raise money for his AO1 Foundation

Even though the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks are on the road, Newman Outdoor Field was still in use. Around 5,000 fans packed into the stadium for a charity softball tournament featuring more than two dozen former North Dakota State football players. For the second time in four weeks, Carson Wentz orchestrated a softball tournament to raise money for his AO1 Foundation. On…

RedHawks Shut Out RailCats on Military Appreciation Night

Correlle Prime hit a three-run home run in the fourth to lead the RedHawks to victory

FARGO, N.D. — Offense was in thin supply Tuesday night as the RedHawks returned to Newman Outdoor for the first time in nearly two weeks. The RedHawks and RailCats combined for just 10 hits, but a three-run home run in the fourth inning by Correlle Prime helped lead Fargo-Moorhead to the 3-0 victory. Bret Helton pitched 5.2 shutout innings for…

Tom Hoge Shoots Even Par in First Round of U.S. Open

Hogie had three birdies and three bogies at Pebble Beach

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Fargo’s own Tom Hoge is in impressive company at the U.S. Open. Hoge shot an even 71 at Pebble Beach in the first round. He started on the back nine and bogied the 11th. After the turn, Hoge birdied three, four and six to sit at two-under. Heading into the clubhouse, he bogied the eighth and…

Former NDSU Coach Phillips Introduced as Northern State Men’s Basketball Coach

Saul Phillips coached at NDSU from 2007-2014

ABERDEEN, S.D. — Former NDSU men’s basketball coach Saul Phillips has a new coaching gig. After Ohio failed to renew his contract, Phillips will be in charge of Northern State’s program in Aberdeen, S.D. The Wolves made the Division-II NCAA Tournament each of the last two seasons, and were runners up two years ago. Then-head coach Paul Sather accepted a job…

Park River/Fordville-Lankin’s Zevalney Tandem Teams Up For HS Play of the Week

The baseball brothers win the Chris Heise High School Play of the Week

FARGO, N.D. — Adam and Nathan Zevalney teamed up to win the Chris Heise High School Play of the Week. In the North Dakota Class-B state championship game, a Thompson runner tried to steal second base on Adam Zevalney. Adam threw to a bullet his brother Nathan, who applied the tag to make the out. Congratulations to Park River/Fordville-Lankin for…

QB Hotchkiss to Transfer from NDSU Football Program

Holden Hotchkiss was the backup to Easton Stick in 2018.

FARGO, N.D. — The Bison football team has a scholarship to fill. Quarterback Holden Hotchkiss left the program and intends to transfer, the team announced Monday. Hotchkiss earned the backup job over Noah Sanders last year in fall camp and appeared in eight games behind Easton Stick. In the coming season, the Bison do not have Stick, but they do have…