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Fargo Marathon Ends With Two First-Time Winners

Arrturs Bareikis won on the Men's side, Val Curtis from Minot took the title on the Women's end

FARGO, N.D. — From an eight-year old completing the half marathon to marriage proposals at the finish line, the 2019 Fargo marathon had it all. As far as winners of the 26.2 mile trek through the streets, there were first timers. On the men’s side, Arturs Bareikis passed Anthony Kiriu in the last three miles to cross the finish line…

Play of the Week Nominees: May 17

Watch the nominees for the Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week

FARGO, N.D. — The nominees for the Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week each feature nice footwork, but only one comes from soccer. Sheyenne’s Tianna Daniels sent a long shot just past the outstretched arms of the goalkeeper and into the net. It was a great shot, but was it better than the quick move from DGF pitcher…

Coach of the Week: Shanley Soccer’s Lance Hansen

The Deacons have only given up one goal through 11 games

FARGO, N.D. — Shanley girls soccer has been dominant on defense this season. The Deacons have allowed just one goal through 11 games after a scoreless tie against Sheyenne on Friday night. That contest was the first time Shanley failed to pick up the win. Lance Hansen is in his fifth year as the Deacons head coach, and he is…

HS Roundup: Highlights from Baseball, Softball

Sheyenne softball, Davies Baseball pick up wins on Friday Night

FARGO, N.D. — Sheyenne softball and Davies baseball both take home wins in a couple of Friday night showdowns. The were hot in their game against Davies softball. The team scored eleven runs, including a two-run blast from Madelyn Buchert, to win big 11-1 against the Eagles. On the baseball field, West Fargo and Davies battled back and forth before…

SDSU Baseball Takes Doubleheader from NDSU to End Regular Season

Jackrabbits outscored the Bison 10-2 combined in the two games

FARGO, N.D. – (NDSU Athletics) In the final regular season games of the year, the South Dakota State baseball team took a pair of games from North Dakota State Friday afternoon at Newman Outdoor Field. The Jackrabbits won the opener 2-1 before putting up 14 singles in an 8-1 victory in the nightcap. The losses dropped NDSU to 19-24 overall…

NDSU Track & Field Features 27 entries at NCAA West Preliminary

Payton Otterdahl leads the way with a No. 2 ranking in the shot put and discus

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The North Dakota State men’s track & field team has qualified 14 entries for the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, it was announced Thursday, May 16. A total of 11 Bison men will compete, with three entered in a pair of events. The meet will be held at Hornet Stadium in Sacramento, Calif., on May 23-25….

HS Roundup: Highlights From Baseball, Softball

Hawley and DGF Squared off in both baseball and softball on Thursday

HAWLEY, Minn. — Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton baseball got two wins against Hawley in a doubleheader, snapping the Nuggets seven-game win streak. In the first game, the Rebels exploded late to pull out to an eight-run lead and take the first matchup 10-2. They picked up right where they left off in the latter game, finishing with a 7-3 victory. Categories: High School,…

Davies WR/CB Ty Satter Verbally Commits to NDSU

Satter made the announcement on Twitter Thursday night

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football secured its first verbal commitment of the 2020 season. Davies wide receiver/cornerback Ty Satter announced on Twitter his commitment to play for the Bison. Satter’s dad, Tony Satter, is in the NDSU Hall of Fame for his playing days as a running back. He graduated as the second-leading career rusher in program history…

Former NDSU Golf Standout Amy Olson Returns to Fargo

The LPGA Pro was on Campus to Promote the Women's PGA Championship

FARGO, N.D. — It’s been six years since Amy Olson played golf at NDSU, but she returned to campus Wednesday afternoon and still had plenty of fans waiting for her. “I don’t get a lot of time back here now so it is really good to be able to see familiar faces, people that have supported me from when I…