THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Should High School Coaches Be Fired For Not Winning?
Every off season of whatever sport it maybe professional or college, the headlines are flooded with what college coach got a professional job, what coach is moving from this college to that, or what... Posted on 1/30/13 at 2:54 AM
Thief River Falls survives Wave comeback to make first section final in 22 years Thief River Falls center Jonathan Milks played about 15 seconds and didn’t attempt a field goal Tuesday night against East Grand Forks Senior High.
Central makes final for first time in five years The Grand Forks Central boys hockey team’s road to the state championship game hasn’t had much for speed bumps.
The Knights, who defeated Bottineau 6-0 on Thursday in the quarterfinals, cruised to a 3-1 win over Bismarck Century in the semifinals of the North Dakota state tournament Friday at Ralph Engelstad Arena.
It clings to a grappler stepping inside the circle, so courage is needed to pry it off while battling an opponent in a gym full of scrutinizing spectators. The isolation melts away in victory, but stifles a wrestler suffering a defeat.
East Grand Forks Senior High’s boys basketball opponents have centered their defensive game plan around stopping 6-foot-7 center Brandon Brekke this season. But the way junior guard Matt Bauduin has played recently, teams will have to worry about two big scoring threats.
Sacred Heart had no answer for Senior High center Brandon Brekke. He scored a season-high 35 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to lead the Green Wave to a 68-49 victory over Sacred Heart in the Senior High gymnasium.
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