High School

Voters Approve Three Bond Measures in Barnesville School District.

Voters approved a $24.5 million facility upgrade for both the elementary and high school.

BARNESVILLE, MINN. (KFGO) – Voters in the Barnesville School District approved three bond measures for school improvements in a special election Tuesday. More than 1600 ballots were cast. Voters approved a $24.5 million facility upgrade for both the elementary and high school by a margin of 1,082 to 627. The second bond for a $1.6 million expansion of the auditorium…

F-M Metro’s High School Seniors Ready to Take On New Challenge After Graduation

Fargo North, Fargo South, Davies, DGF, Moorhead, West Fargo and Sheyenne High Schools all graduated

  FARGO, N.D. — The nostalgia is beginning to set in. “It was kind of unreal. It hasn’t really hit me yet that we’re going to be moving out. It was weird, especially seeing the people technically for the last time,” said Emily Durow, who will study medical lab sciences at UND in the fall.  Plenty of high school’s ick factors…

“Operation Intern” Offers Matching Funds To North Dakota Employers

Employers can receive up to $4,000 in matching funds by taking on high school and college interns

BISMARCK, ND — If you have a business in North Dakota and need some help this summer you might want to check into “Operation Intern” from the state Department of Commerce. Employers can receive up to $4,000 in matching funds by taking on high school and college interns. The program’s primary focus is employers in energy, advanced manufacturing, value-added agriculture, tourism…

Coach of the Week: Central Cass Softball’s Scott Kost

Central Cass is eager to get the season rolling to defend its Class-B State Title

CASSELTON, N.D. — A mid-April blizzard is delaying Spring sports in North Dakota. Central Cass is eager to get back on the diamond to defend its 2018 Class-B state title. The Squirrels picked up a win against Kindred before the storm this week, thanks in part to their turf field. Head coach Scott Kost is in his eighth season as…

Barnesville’s Tonsfeldt Steals HS Play of the Week

Adam Tonsfeldt is the winner of the Chris Heise High School Play of the Week

MOORHEAD, Minn. — This week’s winner of the Chris Heise High School Play of the Week was part of a double-feature. Barnesville’s Adam Tonsfeldt made two plays in the section tournament against East Grand Forks that showed off his versatility. Both of the highlighted plays showcase a steal that he was able to turn into a transition basket. Categories: High…

Limke’s Drive Earns HS Play of the Week for HCV

The Burro scored on a nice move in transition

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Patrick Limke showed off his big-game play-making ability very quickly into the Class-B region 2 boys basketball championship game. The matchup between Hillsboro-Central Valley and Thompson was scoreless, and Limke stole the ball away and drove the length of the court for a layup. He is the winner of the Ken Kraft High School Play of…

“If the Dress Fits” Gives High School Girls Free Prom Dresses

This is the fourth year the organization has given away dresses

MOORHEAD, Minn. — “If the Dress Fits,” a non-profit organization, is making sure all high school girls can have a beautiful dress to go to prom. “Seeing some of these dresses, I’m like, ‘man I wish I had these when I was going to prom.’ I want to try them on and all that kind of stuff so it’s a…

North Dakota’s Lone Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Team Inspires Others

University of Jamestown has had a women's wrestling team since 2008

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — Any time the University of Jamestown women’s wrestling team enters a gym, you notice their athleticism, energy, and passion for the sport. But what you can’t see is that most of these wrestlers blazed trails for others to compete in their hometowns. “It was something that was kind of unheard of down in my hometown, at least in…

Despite Fewer Teams, “Rumble on the Red” Still Thrives

The tournament lost more than 30 teams as a result of this week's blizzard

FARGO, N.D. — In the days leading up to the “Rumble on the Red” wrestling tournament, Steve Saxlund kept his eyes glued to the weather forecast. “You’re making a decision based on how these teams are going to travel, and they’d have to make a decision on how they’re getting here. Are they going to be here Friday morning, or could…