Lisbon Broncos

Lisbon Takes Class B Wrestling Title

Lisbon 36, New Salem Almont 30

FARGO– Final Duel Lisbon:36 NSA:30 courtesy: NDHSAA State Champ.: Lisbon 36, New Salem-Almont 30 152 – Blaze Reinke (#1 Lisbon) over Ty Wolding (#2 New Salem-Almont) Dec 7-3 160 – Levi Sveum (#1 Lisbon) over Brock Norton (#2 New Salem-Almont) Fall 1:45 170 – Silas Reinke (#1 Lisbon) over Cody Irwin (#2 New Salem-Almont) Fall 2:40 182 – Boeden Greenley…

H.S. Basketball Roundup: Oak Grove, Ada-Borup Get Wins

Grovers beat Lisbon; Cougars beat Park Christian

FARGO, N.D. — In Class B, a pair of four win teams met Tuesday night as Oak Grove played host to Lisbon. Grovers lead throughout on the way to a 77-64 win. Ada-Borup spoiled Park Christian’s home opener taking down the Falcons in a close one, 56-53. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Ada-Borup, Ada-Borup Basketball, Lisbon Boys Basketball,…

Play of the Week Nominees: November 13

Lisbon, Breckenridge Battle for Play of the Week

FARGO, N.D. — This week’s DJ Colter high school play of the week nominees is a border battle from the gridiron. The first nominee comes from Lisbon. Jordan Sours takes a pitch to the house for a 60-yard score en route to a Dakota Bowl berth. The second nominee is from Breckenridge. James Mertes takes the opening kick 70 yards…

Lisbon Heading to First Dakota Bowl in 13 Years Behind Success of Jordan Sours

Broncos play for the Division A Title on Friday against Langdon Area-Edmore Munich

LISBON, N.D. — Just four years ago Lisbon football went 0-8. Now the Broncos are one win away from a state championship 13 years  after their last Dakota Bowl appearance at the FargoDome. Its an early kick 8:10 A.M.  and the Broncos are taking the necessary steps in order to be ready practicing at 6 A.M. every day this week….

High Powered Running Game Lifts Lisbon To Class A. Title Game

The Broncos stuck to only a few plays on offense but scored more than enough points against Velva

LISBON, ND – Three years ago, Lisbon High Football didn’t a win a game in nine tries. This year, they’ve turned that record on its head: the Broncos are undefeated in as many games after a Class A. Semifinal win against Velva. They’ll face Langdon Edmore Area Munich in the playoffs for the second consecutive year. Last time, the Cardinals…

Hatton-Northwood-Lisbon, Thompson-Sargent County Football Games Canceled

Thunder player had positive COVID-19 test

FARGO, N.D. — Source confirms that Hatton-Northwood’s match-up with Lisbon scheduled for Friday night is cancelled after a Thunder player tested positive. Thompson’s match-up with Sargent county is also cancelled because the Bulldogs played the Thunder last week. Both of these contests had playoff implications. If Thompson beat Hatton-Northwood, the Tommies would be the three seed in region one. If…

Play of the Week Nominees: September 11th

Lisbon, Shanley Battle for POTW

FARGO, N.D. — The Chris Heise High School Play of the Week is back! This week its all about the individual performances. First up, Lisbon taking on Oak Grove. What a night for Jordan Sours who scores three touchdowns in the first half en route to victory. But is it better than what we saw from Shanley Volleyball? The Deacons…

ND High School Wrestling Championship Roundup

Results from the final round of 2020 North Dakota Class A and B State Wrestling Tournament

FARGO, ND – In the Class B 126 Bout, Ethan Wonser taking defeated kindred’s Carter Schmitz in a 5-4 decision. Moving up and over to class a in the 132 Bout where Fargo South’s Facob Thomas prevailed with the 8-6 decision. Back to class B and match in the 138 weight class didn’t disappoint for Lisbon fans thanks to Boeden…

Lisbon Football Downs Thompson to Advance to ND Division A Semifinals

The Broncos defeated the Tommies 48-18

LISBON, N.D. — In a North Dakota Division A State quarterfinals matchup, Lisbon took down Thompson 48-18. The Broncos had the lead throughout. Hunter Schultz scored first on an 11-yard run to put Lisbon on the board. That was the quarterbacks first of two touchdowns in the game, but it was running back Jordan Sours who led the way for…