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Shanley Football Gets First Positive Coronavirus Test

Team Activities shut down until Sept. 30; no impact on any games

FARGO, N.D. — Shanley football has shut down all team activities after a positive coronavirus test, according to head coach, Troy Mattern. The next time the Deacons can return to the field is September 30th. Their next game is expected to be played on October 2nd against Grand Forks Red River. This week is a built in bye for EDC…

Davies Soccer’s Waltz Wins Play of the Week

Won by 74 percent of the vote

FARGO, N.D. — This week’s winner of the DJ Colter High School Play of the Week goes to Davies Soccer’s  Jensen Waltz. Waltz took home 74 percent of the votes. The Eagles Goalie made a big save to keep the game scoreless against Sheyenne on Thursday. Congrats to Waltz and the Eagles for taking home the win. Categories: High School,…

Vikings LB Anthony Barr out for season with torn pectoral muscle

Placed on season-ending IR

MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Vikings are off to an 0-2 start, and they’ll be without one of their top defensive players for the rest of the season. Mike Zimmer confirmed Monday that linebacker Anthony Barr will be placed on injured reserve after tearing his pectoral muscle. Barr played 16 snaps on defense and didn’t record a tackle in Sunday’s 28-11…

MSHSL Approves Fall Restart for High School Volleyball, Football Seasons

Both sports will begin practice on September 28th.

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. – After announcing that high school volleyball and football will be moved to the spring, the Minnesota State High School League voted Monday to reverse course and restart both sports in the fall season. For volleyball, season will start September 28th with ten days of practice. Competition will start on October 8th. Teams will have an 11-week…

WNBA Postpones Lynx-Storm Game Over COVID-19 Concerns

The decision came as the teams were getting set for game 1 of the WNBA semifinals

Courtesy: Associated Press The WNBA called off the first game of the semifinals between the Lynx and Storm over COVID-19 concerns after a few Seattle players received inconclusive tests for the Coronavirus. The league announced that those specific players are in isolation undergoing more testing. Game two of the series is scheduled for Tuesday and status of this first one…

Longtime Twins Manager Gardenhire Retires

The announcement came shortly before Detroitsgame against the Indians

DETROIT — Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire announced his immediate retirement barely over an hour before Saturday night’s game against Cleveland, saying he’s been “stressed out” and not feeling well. The news came in an abruptly called video conference around 5 p.m. as Detroit prepared to play the Indians at Comerica Park. Bench coach Lloyd McClendon is taking over as manager…

Mikko Koivu, face of the Minnesota Wild, will not return to team

Spent 15 Years with Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 9) – Mikko Koivu’s time with the Minnesota Wild has come to an end. Wild general manager Bill Guerin announced Friday the team will not re-sign the longtime captain for the upcoming season. Koivu, 37, has played all 15 seasons and 1,028 career games in Minnesota. “Mikko Koivu was a true leader both on and off the ice during…

Play of the Week Nominees: September 18

West Fargo, Davies Battle for POTW

FARGO, N.D. — The DJ Colter High School Play of the Week highlights two EDC schools this week. First up, West Fargo taking on Sheyenne. Park Nelson puts on the spin moves to get the offense in the redzone. But is it better than what we saw from Davies Soccer? Eagles taking on Sheyenne. Mustangs get a chance on goal…

Wentz’s AO1 Charity Has First Golf Outing At Oxbow

The first golf put on by Carson Wentz's foundation was held at Oxbow Country Club on Friday

OXBOW, ND – The AO1 charity was back for another event in the FM area, this time on the links at Oxbow Country Club. After COVID-19 forced the organization to cancel their annual celebrity softball game back in may, another idea came to mind. “So we were trying to be creative in finding a way to come back and golf…

North Dakota HS Football Roundup: Sept. 18

Week four high school football results from the Eastern Dakota Conference

FARGO, ND – Week four of EDC Football featured some close games and lopsided affairs. Thompson defeated Oak Grove, 50-26. Fargo South came back to beat Grand Forks Central, 42-15. Sheyenne beat Shanley, 43-38 while Davies were victorious over Fargo North, 36-12. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Bruins Football, Fargo South High School, GFC Knights, grand forks central…