Author: Nick Couzin

South-Shanley Alum Sandy Looking For Continued Success At Minnesota-Duluth

Committed to play goalie for Bulldogs next season

FARGO, N.D — A dream is now reality for South-Shanley hockey alum Zach Sandy making his decision  to play goalie at Minnesota-Duluth.. “They have a very good history with goaltenders from the league I play in. The opportunity arose,” Sandy said. “For me, it was super hard for me to turn down. I felt wanted. As a kid playing hockey,…

Play of the Week Nominees: January 14th

Kindred, Richland Battle for Play of the Week

FARGO, N.D — This week’s nominees for the DJ Colter high school play of the week shows to the hardwood. First up, Class B girls from Thursday, Richland’s Megan Roob with the spin moves against Wheaton-Herman-Norcross. Showing why she’s the program’s leading scorer. But is it better than Kindred and Lisbon? Vikings Jaiden Pareza with the no-look to Brock Woehl….

Vikings WR Jefferson Named All-Pro

Second straight season receiver was named to list

EAGAN, Minn. — Make it back-to-back All-Pro seasons for Justin Jefferson to begin his career. The Vikings wide receiver was named an All-Pro by The Associated Press on Friday, landing a Second-Team spot for the second straight season. Jefferson was joined on the Second Team by Bengals rookie Ja’Marr Chase, who teamed with Jefferson at LSU. Jefferson took the league by storm in 2020,…

H.S. Hoops Roundup: Kindred Boys, Richland Girls Fall

Kindred beats Lisbon, Richland falls to Wheaton-Herman-Norcross

FARGO, N.D — Class B North Dakota high school hoops on this Thursday night. Richland falls on the home floor to Wheaton-Herman-Norcross, 60-43. Kindred stays at the top of the region one standings with a 57-29 win over Lisbon. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Kindred Boys Basketball, Kindred Vikings, NDHSAA Basketball, NDHSAA Boys Basketball, NDHSAA Girls Basketball, Richland…

Davies Boys Basketball Off To Hot Start Behind Play Of Freshman Klabo

Mason Klabo leads the EDC in points per game

FARGO, N.D — Last year Davies boys basketball made it to the EDC championship game. This year, they’re on track to soar in that very same direction and maybe even further. The eagles have won six of their first seven games including knocking off the defending state champs West Fargo on their home floor. Sitting just a half game out…

UND’s Bruns Making Most Of Freshman Season

Leads all Summit League freshman and the Fighting Hawks in Points

GRAND FORKS, N.D — Its been  a struggle for North Dakota men’s basketball this season producing a 4-13 record and having yet to win a game in the summit league, however there has been one bright spot in freshman gaurd  Paul Bruns. Bruns has started in 10 of 17 collegiate games and is the league’s top freshman point getter averaging…

UND Hockey Working Through COVID Situation

Did not meet NCHC player requirement to play against Omaha this weekend

GRAND FORKS, N.D — For the first time over the pandemic, COVID is impacting the North Dakota hockey program. The NCHC’s minimum requirement for a series to be played could not be met postponing this weekend’s battle at the Ralph against Omaha. The last time UND had to postpone a pair of games was last January also against the Mavericks,…

H.S. Tuesday Roundup: Moorhead Boys Hockey, GF Red River Boys Hoops Both Win

Spuds score 8 in win; Roughriders put up 101

FARGO, N.D — Moorhead boys hockey took the ice Tuesday night looking for its seventh win in a row and got, 8-2, over East Grand Forks. Second game in a row the Spuds have scored eight goals in victory. Grand Forks Red River boys basketball put up 101 points to hand West Fargo just its second loss and first on…

Fargo Force Skating Way Towards Top Of Western Conference

Won 7 of last 10 games; two points out of fourth spot in the west

FARGO, N.D — The Fargo Force are starting to skate their way up the USHL’s western conference standings. The reason why? Having the second best record over the last 10 games. In that stretch, the Force took home seven wins and earned points in eight. Much of the success has been found on the road with the third most victories…

NDSU’s Matt Entz Named AFCA FCS National Coach of the Year

Won award for second time in three years

SAN ANTONIO — (NDSU Athletics) The American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) presented its top coaching award — AFCA National Coach of the Year — to four outstanding coaches in Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Division II, Division III and the NAIA on Monday, Jan 10. North Dakota State’s Matt Entz (FCS), Bowie State’s Damon Wilson (Division II), Central (Iowa) College’s Jeff McMartin (Division III)…