High School

Davies Boys Soccer Shuts Out Sheyenne

The Eagles scored three second-half goals to win 3-0

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Davies’ and Sheyenne’s boys soccer teams were scoreless after the first half of their game Thursday night. After the break, the Eagles tallied a trio of goals to win the match 3-0. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Boys Soccer, Davies, FARGO, High School, Sheyenne, West Fargo

Record Number of Kindergartners Set to Begin School in West Fargo

The number is a jump from last year's record of more than 960

WEST FARGO, N.D. — With another school year set to begin, more five and six–year–olds are set to begin their journeys at 13 elementary schools across West Fargo. This year, more than 1,000 kindergartners are enrolled, which means the district has to prepare for the new wave of students. “We are hiring three new teachers, two of those teachers will be…

Paralyzed Hockey Player Says He Can Move His Toes

Jack Jablonski posted video to Twitter and wrote, "Moving my toes on my own on my command"

The former Minnesota high school hockey player who was left paralyzed after a game injury is continuing to make progress. Jack Jablonski can move his toes. The now 22-year-old posted a video to Twitter with the caption, “Moving my toes on my own on my command.” The accident that injured his spinal cord happened at a game in St. Louis…

Hazardous Materials Teams Respond After Chemical Spill At Gackle-Streeter School

A teacher and student reported hearing a "popping'' sound coming from the storage cabinet

GACKLE, N.D. — No one was hurt when the Gackle-Streeter public school had to be evacuated on Tuesday after a chemical spill. Hazardous materials teams from Fargo and Jamestown were called to the school after a bottle of magnesium powder broke open in the high school science classroom. A teacher and student reported hearing a “popping” sound coming from the…

Play of the Week Nominees: May 4

WATCH THE NOMINEES FOR THE D.J. COLTER - KEN KRAFT HIGH SCHOOL PLAY OF THE WEEK

WEST FARGO, N.D. — It’s a battle of the long ball for the nominees of the DJ Colter – Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week. Grand Forks Red River’s Hallie Roed hit a dinger against West Fargo, and Abigail Bueling raking a homer for Sheyenne. Which one was better? Vote on the poll on our website and on…

Task Force Will Address Richland 44 School Concerns

hazing allegations led to juvenile court referrals

COLFAX, N.D. — The board of Richland 44 High School, where hazing allegations led to juvenile court referrals, is forming a task force to address concerns in an independent report by a Minneapolis law firm. The report released earlier this month found issues with school policies, training and supervision. The task force will be comprised of faculty, parents and students….

Police investigating Williston High School Bomb Threat

WILLISTON, ND – Police are also investigating a bomb threat at Williston High School. Authorities were called around 1:15 this afternoon. Investigators say the building has been evacuated, and police are searching the building. The Williston School district says students have been released for the day, and tonight’s high school activities have been canceled. Categories: Local News, North Dakota News Tags:…

Randklev’s Highlight Makes Final for Top Play of the Winter

We are bracketing off the top plays from the winter high school sports season

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead boys hockey star Carter Randklev is moving on in the tournament to decide the DJ Colter – Ken Kraft High School Play of the Winter. Randklev received more votes than his schoolmate, Maleeck Harden, as we are one step closer to locking down the best play from the winter sports season. The other two semifinalists will…

Play of the Week Nominees: March 16

WATCH THE NOMINEES FOR THE D.J. COLTER - KEN KRAFT HIGH SCHOOL PLAY OF THE WEEK

FARGO, N.D. — The old cliché of defense winning championships comes true all too often. This week’s nominees for the DJ Colter – Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week feature defense turning into offense. Maggie Steffen for Red River girls basketball wastes no time scoring back-to-back buckets, scoring before stealing the inbound and scoring again. In play No. 2,…