Kindred, Central Cass football get ready for opening round of playoffs

Kindred will play Hazen in round one and Central Cass will take on Beulah.

FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Class 2A football playoffs begin on Saturday. After finishing the shortened season with a 5-1 record, Kindred grabbed the No. 2 seed from the east. The Vikings will host Hazen in Saturday’s matchup, a team they already played back in September. Kindred finished with a lopsided 39-6 win in that game, but that was…

Force Working for Home-Ice Advantage in First Round of Playoffs

The Force are tied with Des Moines for the four-seed in the Western Conference

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force clinched a playoff spot last weekend, but there is still a lot of importance in the final three regular-season games. Currently, the team is tied with Des Moines for fourth place in the Western Conference, but the Force have one fewer game to play. If Fargo can finish ahead of the Buccaneers, they will…

Cobbers Hoping Difficult Schedule Prepared them for Thursday’s Playoff Game

Concordia faced some of the top teams in the conference down the stretch.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Concordia men’s hockey team starts the MIAC playoffs on Thursday. Concordia is the four-seed in the five-team field, matching them up with St. Mary’s. The Cobbers won two of the three regular-season showdowns between these two squads. They view the Cardinals as a very fast team, but Concordia also feels prepared for this playoff matchup because…

NDSU FB Dealing with Small Margin of Error with Playoffs Arrival

NDSU hosts Montana State on Saturday

FARGO, N.D. — The Bison football team is feeling refreshed after an easier week of practice. They focused on healing and taking a mental break during their first-round bye in the playoffs. After Saturday, they now know they’re up against Montana State in the second round. The bobcats took down Incarnate Word. Obviously, NDSU is a comfortable favorite, at home, as…

NDSU FB Refuses to Look Ahead as Playoff Bracket is Revealed

The Bison will face either Incarnate Word or Montana State in the second round on December 1.

North Dakota State football can take its first breather in a while. The Bison are off this weekend, courtesy of a first-round bye in the playoffs. The team is still practicing Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday before a couple days off for Thanksgiving. In those practices, they are preparing for a pair of teams. They face either Montana State or Incarnate Word…

KVRR Round Table: NDSU Seeks to Finish Regular Season Undefeated

The Bison close the regular season at home against Southern Illinois

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football has a chance to be the first undefeated team out of the Missouri Valley Football Conference since the Bison accomplished the feat in 2013. That team eventually went on to win the National Title. KVRR Sports anchor Keith Albertson, Nick Couzin and Maria Santora break down NDSU’s chances of beating Southern Illinois and…

RedHawks All But Eliminated from Playoff Contention After Loss to Chicago

The RedHawks lost two of three to Chicago

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks’ playoff chances were on life support entering play on Tuesday. The RedHawks trailed Gary in the Wild Card race by four games with seven games left, but Gary owns the tiebreaker between the two teams. Fargo-Moorhead scored early with a pair of runs in the first inning against Chicago. Then the Dogs scored three…

Force Arrive in Youngstown Ready to Continue Enjoying their Season

The team is two wins away from its first Clark Cup

FARGO, N.D. —The Fargo Force are done with their long road trip to Youngstown. They left Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. and got there Thursday afternoon. They stopped in Cleveland this afternoon to stretch their legs and do some quick sight-seeing. Part of their justification for leaving so early was to get acclimated and have a little more fun with things….

Fargo Force Eager for Fast Start in Game Three as they Depart for Youngstown

The Force and Phantoms are tied at one game apiece in the Clark Cup Finals

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force are on their way to Youngstown, Ohio, for games three and four of the Clark Cup Finals. They began their 16-hour drive Tuesday night, three days ahead of Friday night’s game three. With the best-of-five series deadlocked at one game apiece, the next matchup is critical. “It’s about the start on the road,” Force’s…