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Enderlin’s Hurlburt Credits Success of College Offers to His Families Competitiveness

Hurlburt received an offer from Colorado, among long list of other interested schools

ENDERLIN, N.D. — Its been a big week for Enderlin’s Joe Hurlburt. The big man has received interest from college basketball programs and he’s only a sophomore. The latest offer came by way of the PAC-12 and Colorado as Monday was the first day coaches could take with players graduating in 2022. For the Eagles this past season, Hurlburt averaged…

NDHSAA Trying To Ensure Sports Return Safely This Fall

The NDHSAA formed an ad hoc committee to guide schools on how to return to activities safely this fall

FARGO, ND – The North Dakota High School Activities Association wants to make sure it’s safe for teams can return to play this fall. They’re doing that with an ad hoc committee. A return to competition committee has been established in the latest board meeting. It’s for teams looking to get back on the field, court, and ice this upcoming…

Play of the Year Nominees: May 1

Barnesville, Grand Forks Red River Battle for Advancement in Play of the Year Bracket

FARGO, N.D. — The first showdown in the Football quadrant of the 2020 Chris Heise High School Play of the Year Bracket is a battle between the states: Minnesota and North Dakota. First play comes from Barnesville and the State Section Playoffs at the FargoDome. Adam Tonsfeldt takes it himself to the house with the impressive moves with the legs….

NDHSAA Cancels Spring Sports Season; Remainder of State Basketball Tournaments

Decision is made due to COVID-19

  *Updated VALLEY CITY, N.D. — (NDHSAA press release) Today the NDHSAA Board of Directors unanimously voted to cancel the remaining 2020 NDHSAA winter postseason basketball tournaments, spring sports seasons and championships, and spring fine arts region and state contests. This decision was made in accordance with Governor’s Burgum’s Executive Order that will close schools to in-person education for the…

NDHSAA Considering New Guidelines

The NDHSAA is considering some changes that would include certain football classifications and a new sport

FARGO, ND – The North Dakota High School Activities Association is moving toward new guidelines that would impact how Football teams categorize, the introduction of Girls Wrestling, and more. Executive Director, Matt Fetch spoke with KVRR about the alterations. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Matt Fetch, ND Football, NDHSAA, North Dakota High School, North Dakota High School Football

Shanley’s Reile Payne crowned North Dakota Miss Basketball

Payne received 56 votes from the NDAPSSA to earn the honor

FARGO, N.D. — Shanley girls basketball season ended abruptly after the postponement of the state tournament, however, the Deacons had their spirits lifted as it was announced their very own Reile Payne was named North Dakota Miss Basketball. The Deacons senior was one of seven players across the state up for the honor. Payne has been a member of Shanley’s…

NDHSAA Postpones Remaining Winter Activities

In response to Covid-19, all NDHSAA winter activities will cease for the time being

FARGO – On Friday, March 13, due to the Emergency Declarations issued by President Donald Trump and Governor Doug Burgum the NDHSAA will postpone play until further notice at the 2020 NDHSAA Class A Basketball State Tournament and all remaining 2020 NDHSAA Winter Postseason State Tournaments including the 2020 NDHSAA Class B Boys Basketball State Tournament. In addition to the…

Shanley girls basketball downs Mandan in ND Class A state semifinals

The Deacons defeated the Braves 73-55

FARGO, N.D. — In the first semifinal game of the North Dakota Class A girls state basketball tournament, Shanley took down Mandan 73-55 ahead of the suspension of tournament play. Reile Payne led the way for the Deacons, tallying 27 points and 14 rebounds in the contest. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Mandan Girls Basketball, ND Class A…

Devils Lake girls basketball wins tight battle over Davies in state semifinals

The Firebirds and the Eagles played the final game of the state tournament before play was canceled

FARGO, N.D. — Devils Lake girls basketball got the last victory of the North Dakota high school season for a while as the Firebirds defeat Davies 64-57 in the state tournament semifinals. Devils Lake was forced to play-from-behind for a majority of the game, before catching up halfway through the second half, where it tied the game at 49 off…

Grafton, Langdon-Edmore-Munich girls basketball advance to ND Class B state championship

Grafton defeated Trenton 59-46, Langdon-Edmore-Munich defeated Central Cass 62-42

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The North Dakota class B girls basketball state championship is set. Grafton and Langdon-Edmore-Munich are the last two teams standing after Friday’s semifinals. Semifinal Results:  Grafton 59, Trenton 46 Langdon-Edmore-Munich 62, Central Cass 42 The Spoilers and the Cardinals will play Saturday night for the title at 8:00 p.m.   Categories: High School, KVRR Sports Extra,…