With the exception of one hour in a parking lot catching fly balls, Red Lake Falls’ softball team has been practicing indoors this spring like most other Minnesota Section 8A teams.
For Alex Kreis, it started out as just another morning in the Washington Nationals’ minor-league spring training camp. That is, until he was called into an office to meet with people in the Nationals’ organization.RELATED CONTENT
Mike Marek is one of the lucky coaches in the area. While most coaches, regardless of the sport, are waiting to see when they’ll finally be able to get outside to practice and compete, Marek has a softball field that’s game ready.
Grand Forks Red River coach Bob Zimney pointed to West Fargo as the Eastern Dakota Conference favorite entering the boys track season.RELATED CONTENT
Lalangi Marasinghe opened the season Friday playing No. 1 singles. Where she’ll be in the lineup for the Grand Forks Red River High School tennis team’s next dual remains to be seen.RELATED CONTENT
North Border has hockey players, but no hockey program. Twenty-six miles to the southeast of Pembina, at Hallock, Kittson Central has a hockey program, but it is low in participation numbers. The fit appears to be a natural.
Randy Kroeplin of Grand Forks is a retired farmer. He’s also turned out to be an excellent basketball recruiter.
They weren’t the million-dollar lineup. For Wyatt Hanson, Cody Weiland, Josh Edlund, Nate Merten and Blake Bergeron, it was more like $500. Each of the five Crookston High School wrestlers finished this season with more than 100 career wins.RELATED CONTENT
Six starters, as well as two of the top three pitchers, graduated from last spring’s state runner-up Grafton High School baseball team. And yet, when the preseason state coaches’ poll came out, the Spoilers were ranked second.
Grand Forks Red River was one of the slowest-starting boys basketball teams in the East Region this season.RELATED CONTENT
For the past 11 seasons, Frazee has met Greenbush-Middle River-Badger in the championship of the Minnesota Section 8A dual wrestling tournament. This season, if they meet, it will be to get to the championship.RELATED CONTENT
Josh Roberts is a slow starter who's on the fast track to success.RELATED CONTENT
Four of the starters on the Dakota Prairie boys basketball team are three-sport athletes. The fifth regular is involved in two sports.RELATED CONTENT
ALSEN, N.D. - The hallways of the one-story, cement-block school here are dark, dusty and musty. More than two decades have passed since students roamed the hallways between classes.
Close calls seemed to go against Lakota's girls basketball team last season.RELATED CONTENT
Grand Forks Red River was ranked second in a preseason poll of Eastern Dakota Conference boys basketball coaches. Yet, more than a third of the way into the regular season, the Roughriders are struggling in the won-lost department.RELATED CONTENT
The no-post look is resulting in a lot of points for East Grand Forks Sacred Heart.RELATED CONTENT
Keegan Ott's legacy lives on with the Griggs County Central cross country team.RELATED CONTENT
Katrina Brekke became the first person in an East Grand Forks Senior High volleyball uniform to reach 1,000 career kills. . .RELATED CONTENT