NDHSAA Hockey

N.D. Hockey State Tournament Recap: Quarterfinals

Top two seeds advance on girls side

FARGO, N.D. — The quarterfinals of the North Dakota high school girls and boys hockey tournament took place on Tuesday night at the higher seed. On the girls side, all top four seeds (Fargo North-South, Davies, Bismarck and Grand Forks) advanced to the semifinals. The Spruins will play the KnightRiders and the Eagles will play the Blizzard Friday afternoon at…

EDC Boys Hockey Tournament Roundup

All four top seeds advance

FARGO, N.D — The semifinals of the EDC boys hockey tournament are decided. Grand Forks Central, Grand Forks Red River, Fargo South-Shanley and Davies all advanced with wins on Tuesday night. The Knights will play the Eagles with the Roughriders play the Bruins on Thursday in Grand Forks. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Davies Boys Hockey, Davies Eagles,…

Mustangs Defeat South/Shanley On The Ice

Sheyenne scored three unanswered goals on their way to a Saturday afternoon victory over the Bruins

WEST FARGO (KVRR) – Despite falling behind 1-0 after the first period, Sheyenne Boy’s Hockey came back to score three goals in the final two periods. It gave them a 3-1 win over Fargo South/Shanley on Saturday afternoon. It’s only the second loss on the season for the Bruins in nine games. Categories: High School Tags: Mustangs Athletics, NDHSAA, NDHSAA…

Fargo South-Shanley Remains Tied Atop the EDC With Win Over Davies

Bruins beat the Eagles, 2-0

FARGO, N.D. — The two teams share the same arena. Fargo South-Shanley and Davies took the rivalry to the ice Tuesday night. The Bruins came out on top with the 2-0 win. Captain Tanner Kirkeby scored both goals. South-Shanley improved to 7-1 on the season and will look for win number right Friday night against Sheyenne. Categories: High School, Top…

NDHSAA Makes Changes to Hockey, Wrestling Postseasons

Schedules altered for hockey and wrestling

VALLEY CITY, N.D. — Changes are coming to the hockey and wrestling postseason championships. On the mats, — there will be no regional tournaments for class A or B. A meeting will happento determine seeding for state which still takes place at the FargoDome, however both classes will have their own sessions and the team portion completed in one day….

Boys’ Hockey: Grand Forks Red River Improves to 5-1 With Win Over Davies

RoughRiders beat the Eagles 4-2

FARGO, N.D. — Two 4-1 teams battled it out Tuesday night on the ice at Farmers Union Insurance Arena. The defending state champions, Grand Forks Red River, made their first trip to Fargo and knocked off Davies 4-2. Cooper Freije scored a first and second period goal for the RoughRiders. The winners host Sheyenne on Friday. Davies goes on the…

New Protocols Added for Winter Sports in North Dakota as Practices Begin

Winter sports practice began on Monday

FARGO, N.D. — After a long wait to get back out on the court, ice and the mats, hockey, basketball and wrestling teams in North Dakota can start up again. Teams can continue to practice over the next two weeks until the return to competition on December 14th. Teams both leading up to and during the season must follow an…

North Dakota to allow practices to resume Nov. 30; competitions will resume Dec. 14

Statewide groups support measures to slow the spread of COVID-19

BISMARCK, N.D. (NOV. 18, 2020) – (Office of the Governor) Winter sports practices and extracurricular activities in North Dakota will be allowed to resume Nov. 30 with extra precautions, while competitions will remain suspended until Dec. 14, Gov. Doug Burgum said today in a joint announcement with House Majority Leader Chet Pollert and Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner. Burgum issued an executive…

West Fargo Announced as Host of Hockey Day North Dakota

Games to be played at The Lights on Dec. 5

WEST FARGO, N.D — In its third year Hockey Day North Dakota will be coming to West Fargo and will be hosted at “The Lights” apartment complex right next to the West Fargo Sports Arena. The annual event was started in 2019 with the goal of growing the game in North Dakota by creating a fun experience. Both Grand Forks…