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Trey Lance Accepts Invite to Attend NFL Draft in Person

Will sit in green room with his family in Cleveland

FARGO, N.D. — The NFL Draft takes place at the end of this month in Cleveland and former North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance is one of ten prospects who is attending the event in-person by accepting a green room invite. Lance is a couple weeks removed from his pro day where 31 teams came to Fargo to watch him…

Davies Baseball Opens Season With Win

Shutouts Grand Forks Red River 6-0

FARGO, N.D. — Davies baseball opens up the season with a 6-0 win over Grand Forks Red River. The Eagles scoring begin in the second with an RBI from Victor Cyr. Kobe Senn brought home two more in the third as part of a four-run inning.   Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Davies Baseball, Fargo Davies Baseball, NDHSAA,…

Fergus Falls Boys Basketball Heading into State Tournament Semifinals With High Confidence Level

Play Waseca Thursday at 5 P.M.

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — Fergus Falls boys’ basketball made a loud return to the state tournament after four years away advancing to the semifinals at Target Center by way of a buzzer beater over Annandale. The Otters continue to build off of momentum into the month of April riding a nine-game win streak and a unbeaten record in March that…

NDSU Football Coaching Staff Key Part in Keeping Players Minds at Ease Through Cancellations/Postponements

Coaches kept looking ahead to next opponents when bad news struck

FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State football is getting closer and closer to reliving a feeling that has been taken away over the last two weeks: Gameday.  After having a cancellation and postponement a match-up with Northern Iowa is four days away. During the break, the Bison worked through many adjustments just to stay ready. Having less practice time, both…

Fergus Falls’ Fazio Wins High School Play of the Week

Reverse lay-in won 74 percent of the votes

FARGO, N.D. — This week’s winner of the Chris High School Play of the Week goes to Fergus Falls boys basketball and Chance Fazio. Fanzio’s reverse lay-up in the second half helped the Otters secure their spot in the state tournament. Congrats to Fanzio and the Otters for taking home the win. Categories: High School, Play of the Week, Top…

Badger-Greenbush-Middle River Boys Basketball Looks to Continue to Make History at State Tournament

Gators play in the semifinals Wednesday against Hayfield

MIDDLE RIVER, Minn. — Badger-Greenbush-Middle River boys’ basketball had been to just one state tournament in the program’s history and never came out  with a win. This year that’s all changed as the Gators head to Target Center Wednesday one week removed for a win in the quarterfinals over Deer River. It’s an experienced group with half of the roster…

UND Hockey’s Mismash Signed by Nashville Predators

Was second round of the Preds in 2017

GRAND FORKS, N.D — Forward Grant Mismash becomes the sixth North Dakota hockey player this week to sign a pro deal. Mismash put pen to paper on a two year contract with the team that drafted in the second round back in 2017, the Nashville Predators. The senior had a career year in 2021 scoring ten goals  and adding 9…

CB Josh Hayes Leaves NDSU Football Program

Plans to move closer to home in Florida; enter transfer portal

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football received some hopeful news this morning with no further positive COVID tests in the program. Making this Saturday’s game at Northern Iowa more likely to get played. However, if the the Bison do take the field it’ll be without a key player on defense. Cornerback Josh Hayes has left the program and plans…

Church holds live outdoor ‘Rock and Roll’ Easter service

The Lutheran Church of the Cross teaches children all about Easter with interactive worship fun kits

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — With nice weather, one local church is celebrating the Easter holiday with an outdoor service. With social distancing guidelines in mind the Lutheran Church of the Cross welcomed people throughout the community to pull up a lawn chair for a live ‘rock and roll’ Easter worship. To ensure kids were entertained the church provided worship…

Warroad Girls Run To Semis Powered By Seamless Line Combination Changes

Assistant coach Stephanie Erickson believes the Warriors were able to adapt to playing on different lines throughout the season

WARROAD, MINN (KVRR) – Warroad Girls Hockey had their 15-game winning streak snapped in the semifinals when Proctor-Hermantown beat them 3-1. However, assistant coach Stephanie Erickson believes all signs point to a good road ahead because it’s a predominantly young team. Through their (20-2) season, two Warriors finished in top 10 most assists and team as a whole was fifth…