Class B Softball To Return This Summer

A Handful of Class B Teams will play a weekly set of games for four to five weeks starting June 9th

FARGO, ND – The 2020 softball season won’t be entirely gone for Class B. schools in North Dakota, thanks to an unofficial season that’s set to launch. Practices start Monday then games begin on the 9th and will run through the next four to five weeks. It’s called the North Dakota Impact League and it’s made up of a handful…

Thompson Boys Basketball Heads to State Tournament for the First Time in School History

The Tommies defeated Hillsboro-Central Valley in the Region 2 Finals

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — For the first time in school history, the Thompson boys basketball team is heading to the state tournament. This comes after the Tommies won the Region 2 title against the two-time reigning State Champions Hillsboro Central valley.Top-seeded Thompson took down the second-seeded Burros 59-53 in front of a full house at the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center. Down…

Thompson, Richland Make State Boys Basketball Tournament with Region Titles

The Tommies took down Hillsboro-Central Valley, while the Colts edged out Kindred

FARGO, N.D. — Revenge was sweet for the Richland boys basketball team. Two weeks after the Kindred girls beat the Colts in the Region 1 title game, Richland flipped the script with a 50-47 win over the Vikings Thursday night. With the win, Richland will be headed to the state tournament. Joining the Colts at State will be Thompson, which…

Thompson, Kindred Pick up State Tournament Wins to Force Head-to-Head Showdown

The Tommies took down Shiloh Christian while Kindred beat Langdon/Edmore/Munich

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Kindred girls basketball was undaunted in having to face 3-seed Langdon/Edmore/Munich in the first round of the North Dakota Class-B state tournament. After a back-and-forth first half, the Vikings pulled away to win 58-43. That sets up a matchup between Kindred and Thompson. The Tommies gave Shiloh Christian no hope, routing the Skyhawks 67-23. Categories: High…

Grafton, Thompson Advance to Region 2 Girls Basketball Final

The Spoilers beat Park River/Fordville-Lankin, while the Tommies took down May-Port CG

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Each of the better seeds have advanced in the North Dakota Region 2 girls basketball tournament. Top-seeded Grafton knocked off 4-seed Park River/Fordville-Lankin in Tuesday’s semifinal 56-45. Two-seed Thompson, looking to repeat as Region 2 champs, held off 3-seed May-Port CG 59-48. The Tommies and Spoilers play for a state tournament berth on Thursday night at…

Fargo Man Arrested on Suspicion of Burglary After Cars Get Stuck in Driveway

NEAR THOMPSON, N.D. – A Fargo man is arrested after deputies investigate an attempted vehicle theft near Thompson, North Dakota Friday morning. Grand Forks County Deputies responded around 1:15. Authorities say the man tried to steal two vehicles from an attached garage, but they got stuck in the driveway. Deputies found the suspect’s vehicle stuck in the ditch and found…

Two Teens Hurt After Pickup Crashes And Ends Up On Frozen Creek

The crash happened around 2:45 Sunday afternoon, four miles east of Thompson

THOMPSON, ND — Two Grand Forks teens are in Altru Hospital with unknown injuries after losing control of their vehicle on compacted ice and snow. The crash happened around 2:45 Sunday afternoon, four miles east of Thompson. The highway patrol says 19-year-old Jacob Garceau lost control of his pickup and ended up on a frozen creek. Garceau and a 16-year-old boy…

Woman Hurt After Losing Control Of Vehicle On Ice And Getting Hit By Semi

The highway patrol says the crash happened around 3:15 Tuesday afternoon just south of Thompson

THOMPSON, ND — A Reynolds, North Dakota woman was hurt after losing control of her vehicle on I-29 and getting hit by a semi. The highway patrol says the crash happened around 3:15 Tuesday afternoon just south of Thompson. 30-year-old Jody Schall was taken to Altru with injuries. The semi driver from Lake Park was not hurt. The patrol says they…

Thompson GBB Picks Up Win over Central Cass

The Tommies won 49-34

CASSELTON, N.D. — Thompson girls basketball continued its undefeated start to the season on Tuesday, taking down Central Cass 49-34. The Tommies improve to 3-0. They are back in action on Thursday against Hatton/Northwood. The Squirrels play on Saturday against May-Port-C-G. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Central Cass, Girl’s Basketball, NDHSAA, Thompson