Kindred Vikings Football

H.S. FB Roundup: Barnesville, DGF, Kindred, Enderlin All Win

Week four of Friday night lights on both sides of the border

FARGO, N.D — Kindred football handed Central Cass their first loss of the season with a 37-0 win at home. DGF also produced a shutout taking down Perham, 48-0, to remain undefeated. On their senior night, Enderlin downs Hankinson, 24-6, in 9-man action. With the home field advantage, Barnesville gives Pelican Rapids their first loss with a 28-14 win. Categories:…

Kindred’s McKenney Wins High School Play of the Week

McKenney made great catch for TD in win against Wahpeton

FARGO, N.D. — This week’s winner of the DJ Colter High School Play of the Week goes to Kindred Football and Ethan McKenney. The Vikings took home 56  percent of the votes. McKenney showed off his skills at receiver. The North Dakota Football commit made a beautiful over the shoulder touchdown grab against Wahpeton. Congrats to McKenney and the Vikings…

North Dakota HS Football Roundup

Sheyenne, West Fargo, Kindred, Fargo South come out with Wins

FARGO, N.D. — It was a Friday night of intriguing match-ups in North Dakota high school football. Sheyenne shutout Davies 29-0 making the Mustangs the only remaining unbeaten left in the EDC. West Fargo edged Shanley on the road, 35-21. Fargo South improved their win streak to three taking down Grand Forks Red River, 28-0. Kindred improved to 4-0 with…

A New Normal But Same Expectation For Kindred Football

COVID-19 has created a new normal in youth sports but that isn't stopping Kindred from setting the same sights

KINDRED, ND – The helmets and pads are on at kindred high, as practice is underway for Matt Crane’s team, coming off a (6-3) season last year that ended in a playoff loss. “A lot of success on the field,” head coach Matt Crane says. “Very happy with the level of play we had all year long. Disappointing finish in…

Kindred Football Finding Ways to Be Creative With Offseason Workouts

Using School's Parking Lot and the individual parking spaces to lift

KINDRED, N.D. — As high school athletes look forward to the fall and football season, Kindred is getting creative with how to go about their off-season strength and speed workouts. It started with an idea to administration from strength coach Kyle Hienze and assistant coaches Nate Safe and Eric Bergad. With the school’s weight room closed, the team used the…