American Legion Post 2

Post Honors Late VP Pettersen With Memorial Service At Jack Williams Stadium

Former players, friends, family and members of community in attendance

FARGO, N.D. — With his favorite song, Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” playing over the PA system, NDSU and Fargo Post 2 players past and present along with family, friends and community members gathered at Jack Williams Stadium for a memorial service to honor their late Vice President and coach Jim Pettersen who lost his battle with COVID-19 in April. Under…

Post 2 Honors Late Vice President Pettersen With Tournament This Weekend

F-M Invite Named in his honor

  FARGO, N.D. — To close out the first day of the F-M Invite, post 2 is honoring their late Vice President Jim Pettersen, who lost his battle with COVID-19 this past spring by honoring him before their game against Moorhead. All teams participating also agreed to rename the invite “The Pete” . This weekend’s annual event was always pete’s…

Post 2 Wins Home Opener Against West Fargo

Post 2 won 9-6 in 9 innings

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo Post 2 began Senior Babe Ruth League Play on Wednesday night. Their first game since the Legion World Series in August. Post 2 faced neighboring rival West Fargo and won 9-6 in nine innings. Post 2 scored first and then came back from a deficit in the fourth inning to end back up on top. The…

Coach of the Week: Fargo Post 2 Manager Luke Rustad

Post 2 Manager Luke Rustad Previews Season With KVRR's Nick Couzin

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo Post 2 gets games underway next week in the Senior Babe Ruth League to make up for a lost American Legion season. Coming off their first Legion World Series appearance in 27 years, there’s a lot to look forward to this summer. Post 2 Manager Luke Rustad previews what’s to come with KVRR’s Nick Couzin. Categories:…

Post 2 Entering New Season With “Targets On Their Back”

Post 2 Accepting challenge of new league

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo Post 2 returned to Jack Williams Stadium for practice this week after getting to their first American Legion World Series in 27 years. This season, however, looks a little different as the team gets ready for play in another league. After the national American Legion Committee canceled the usually annual summer league about a month ago,…

Hage On Gatorade POY: “It was something I always wanted to have”

Fargo Davies' Cole Hage ended his high school career by winning an award he set his sights on

FARGO, ND – A few days ago, Fargo Davies’ Cole Hage took home the Gatorade North Dakota baseball Player of The Year award becoming the first eagle to win the award in school history. It’s no surprise when you look at his numbers. Last year with the Eagles, Hage set a school record with a .491 average to go along…

Fargo Post 2 “Optimistic” About Season; Lay Out How Shortened Season Could Look

Board Chairman Corey Peterson talks optimism toward Legion Baseball season

FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Legionnares Committee made the decision late Thursday to cancel the upcoming summer baseball season. That decision was met with backlash from clubs all over the state causing the association to go back on their original plan and wait until April 20th to make an official one. One of the biggest advocates for reconsideration of…

Legion Baseball: Post 2 Vanquishes Moorhead

Post 2 wins 11-1 over Moorhead

MOORHEAD, Minn. – Post 2 upset the Moorhead Blues in an 11-1 slaughtering. Post 2 improves to 10-3 on the year. Chandler Ibach had 5 RBIs in his first two at bats. Both Post 2 and Moorhead will be on the road this weekend in Omaha.     Categories: Top Sports Headlines Tags: American Legion, American Legion Post 2, Grand…

“They Did Change the World”: North Dakota “Farm Boys” Turned Soldiers Remembered this Flag Day

In Honor of Flag Day, Post 2 Re-Dedicated the 164th Infantry Regiment WWII Memorial Monument in Lindenwood Park

FARGO, ND — Veterans and community members gathered at Lindenwood Park in Fargo for a ceremony for the 164th Infantry Regiment World War Two Memorial. “During over four and half years of activation, these soldiers proved that on the fields of international conflict, a citizen solider could excel and meet the best the enemy had to offer and could prevail,”…