The grand finale of this year’s Dakota Bowl lived up to its billing.
Fargo South and Bismarck, two of North Dakota’s top Class 3A football programs over the last 15 years, squared off for a state championship on Friday.
The football season hit rock bottom for Thief River Falls on Sept. 27. That also may have been the best thing to happen to the Prowlers. On that day, Park Rapids handed the Prowlers a 34-7 setback. That was the fewest points Thief River Falls scored in a game all season. It was the most points Thief River Falls allowed in a game all season.
Larimore didn’t need to look too hard or too far to find incentive for this football season. The Polar Bears were the No. 1 seed from Region 2 going into the 2012 North Dakota high school playoffs. They were unbeaten during the regular season. But they were eliminated in the first round.
Grand Forks Red River seemed to be reeling a few weeks ago. The Roughriders had given up more than 40 points in back-to-back football games, dropping their overall season record to 2-3. Even then, Red River coach Vyrn Muir didn’t believe that an East Region regular-season title was out of reach.
Fargo North served its way to a victory on Tuesday night.
The Spartans earned plenty of points from the back line during a 25-16, 10-25, 25-23, 25-12 Eastern Dakota Conference volleyball win over Grand Forks Red River at the Spartandome.
A different turf didn’t yield different results for East Grand Forks Sacred Heart football Thursday night. Clearbrook-Gonvick blanked the Eagles 49-0 at Cushman Field, as Sacred Heart played for the first time on artificial turf.
Chris Devine has torn up his dance card. After a slow start, Devine has emerged as the leading rusher in Greater Grand Forks high school football. The junior has picked up 397 yards for East Grand Forks Sacred Heart.
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