Fargo North Football

Fargo North, South Decide to Play in Second Division of Football in 2021; Shanley Stays

Fargo North and South to play in 11AA division in 2021

The 2021 North Dakota  high school football season is about to look a whole lot different. The two oldest Fargo public schools, Fargo North and Fargo South  opted to play down a division in class 11A, joining both Grand Forks schools starting next season. The Spartans, Bruins and Shanley were all assigned to the second division, based off male enrollment…

ND Gridiron Opening Night Roundup

North Dakota High School Football kicked off tonight across the state

FARGO, ND – Despite uncertainty a few months back due to COVID-19, the NDHSAA gave North Dakota High School Football teams the green light to play this fall. Tonight, the action kicked off. The defending EDC champions, Sheyenne Mustangs, beat Grand Forks Red River 34-9 behind three first half touchdown from running back Barika Kpeenu. Shanley opening up their second…

EDC High School Football Roundup

Davies, Sheyenne, Fargo South, and Shanley all took home a win in Conference play

FARGO, N.D. — Thursday’s weather did not stop high school football from getting underway in the EDC as all eight teams played a conference matchup. Davies 30, West Fargo 26 Sheyenne 44, Grand Forks Central 0 Fargo South 14, Fargo North 6 Shanley 10, Grand Forks Red River 0 Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Davies Football, Eastern Dakota…

ND Prep Football Roundup: South Downs North

Shanley improves to 4-0 in Class AA

FARGO, ND –Fargo North defeats Fargo South 14-6 in Friday night’s contest. Shanley also came out victorious in their match up against the Central Cass Squirrels. The Deacons win it 48-7 and improve to 4-0 on the season. Fargo Davies fell to Sheyenne 22-12.     Categories: High School, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Central Cass Squirrels, Fargo…

Fargo North Football Ready to Run behind ‘The Hogs’

Spartans football continuing to make steps to build program.

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo North Spartans come into the 2017 season with experience in the trenches, and already have the nickname to back it up. “We call them our hogs, the offensive line,” offensive lineman Gabe Buehler said.  “There has just been a lot more recognition towards them because we have some experience on our side.” The rest of the…