KVRR Sports Extra

Player’s Perspective: PGA Tour’s Tom Hoge

Hoge Joined KVRR Sport to discuss current state of PGA Tour amid COVID-19 pandemic

FARGO, N.D. — The PGA Tour is currently on hiatus due to COVID-19 with the last event, The Players Championship, on March 12th canceled after the first round. The next event on the schedule is suppose to be May 18th at Colonial. One major has been canceled with The British Open, however, the other three majors and many of the…

Play Of The Year Nominees: April 10th

Moorhead and Grand Forks Red River Hockey are the finalists for this week's POTY

FARGO, ND – The first showdown in the Hockey quadrant of the 2020 DJ Colter Play of the Year Bracket was a battle between the borders: Grand Forks Red River and Moorhead. In the state quarterfinal against Jamestown on February 27th, Roughriders’ Mason Thingvold sliced and diced his way through traffic, slow it down to see the stick work for…

Fargo high schools join #BeTheLight Movement

Fargo North, Fargo South, Davies light up their fields to inspire hope in a time without sports

FARGO, N.D. — The athletic fields at high schools around the country are usually full of kids by the time April rolls around. Spring sports have started back up and teams are eager to begin the final season of play before the school year comes to an end. In 2020, however, those same fields look a lot different. “A lot…

Play of the Year Bracket Round 2: April 3

South-Shanley/West Fargo Battle for POTY Bracket Advancement

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo South-Shanley and West Fargo boys hockey are the third pair of Play of the Week winners from this season to go head-to-head in KVRR’s Play of the Year bracket. First up from the Bruins, Alex Senf recorded a hat trick in the first period against Sheyenne on the week of December 9th. It’s up against a…

Bormann “honored” to take over as head coach of Concordia men’s basketball

Tyler Bormann accepted the position at his alma mater, becoming the 12th head coach in the history of the program

MOORHEAD, Minn. — It’s a homecoming of sorts for Tyler Bormann. The 2006 Concordia College graduate has accepted the position of head men’s basketball coach for the Cobbers and is thrilled to be heading back to his alma mater. “It was not so much getting back to the college level specifically, it was about Concordia College,” Bormann said. “It was…

Play of the Year bracket Round 1: March 27

Sheyenne, Davies ARE UP FOR PLAY OF THE YEAR IN ROUND ONE

FARGO, N.D. — Sheyenne and Davies boys basketball are the second pair of Play of the Week winners from this season to go head-to-head in KVRR’s Play of the Year bracket. First up from Sheyenne, Blake Berg forces the turnover and Tyler Terhark finishes off the play with a slam dunk. That won the Mustangs the play of the week…

Devils Lake’s Grant Nelson wins North Dakota Mr. Basketball

The Firebirds senior is committed to play at North Dakota State next year

FARGO, N.D. –Devils Lake’s Grant Nelson is this year’s winner of North Dakota Mr. Basketball. The 6-foot-10 senior averaged 25 points, 18 rebounds and six blocked shots per game this year for the Firebirds. He finished voting with 88 points for the award. There will be a plenty more to see from Nelson in the future, as he is committed…

Shanley’s Reile Payne crowned North Dakota Miss Basketball

Payne received 56 votes from the NDAPSSA to earn the honor

FARGO, N.D. — Shanley girls basketball season ended abruptly after the postponement of the state tournament, however, the Deacons had their spirits lifted as it was announced their very own Reile Payne was named North Dakota Miss Basketball. The Deacons senior was one of seven players across the state up for the honor. Payne has been a member of Shanley’s…

Reaction on USHL Canceling Season From Fargo Force GM Cary Eades

Fargo Force General Manager Cary Eades Reacts to USHL Season Ending

FARGO, N.D. — Upon USHL Commissioner Tom Garrity canceling the reminder of the league’s season on Wednesday, KVRR Sports’s Nick Couzin spoke with Fargo Force General Manager Cary Eades to talk about the team’s plans moving forward. The season ended with 14 games left before the postseason and the Force were fourth in the Western Conference.   Categories: Fargo Force,…

UND’s Colton Poolman signs with Calgary Flames

Poolman was a two-year captain with the Fighting Hawks

GRAND FORKS, N.D.—Graduating senior free agent defenseman Colton Poolman (East Grand Forks, Minn.) has signed a one-year, entry-level NHL deal with the Calgary Flames, announced Friday. The two-time captain helped guide the Fighting Hawks to a 26-5-4 overall record this season with a National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) regular season title and the top spot in the NCAA Pairwise Rankings at the…