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Davies Volleyball Looks To Repeat As State Champs

After capturing the state title last season, Davies Volleyball looks for a chance to defend their title

FARGO, ND – Davies volleyball is a few practices into their 2020 season; A season that’s bound to look different, but one that still needs a champion crowned. “We just all see this as a privilege to be in the gym right now so I think even that is just such a positivity booster,” said senior Olivia Marcil. “Just to…

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…

NDHSAA announces guidelines for fall activities

The recommendations and requirements provide a blueprint for North Dakota teams ahead of the fall season.

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota already got the clearance to go ahead with a fall sports season, and now they have a set of guidelines to safely begin that return. The North Dakota High School Activities Association Board of Directors approved a set of recommendations and requirements for schools to begin play. Among the requirements, pregame and postgame handshakes have been…

NDHSAA Gives Fall Sports A Go

Board of Directors approved a fall sports season on video conference call

VALLEY CITY, N.D. — The NDHSAA Board of Directors provided some good news for athletes, families and coaches on Thursday  approving to start the fall sports season on time. The board plans to host all events on its calendar, leaving it up to the individual school districts whether or not they want to participate or not. The Return to Competition…

Doctors want more students to get physicals this year despite exemptions

A new check that physicians have added to the physicals this year is for mental health.

FARGO, ND – The North Dakota High School Activities Association is allowing students to use last year’s physicals due to the coronavirus. It’s just one of the reasons parents may be choosing to opt out their students of getting a new physical done ahead of the new school year. Concerns over safety of the clinics may have discouraged some parents…

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