FATHER KNOWS LAST 1976 North Dakota State Class B Wrestling Tournament
The school is the center of virtually every small North Dakota town. When the schools athletic teams do well, they become a source of pride for the entire community. When a team makes it all the way... Posted on 11/11/13 at 11:17 AM
JIMMY JABBER Three-for-one at Black Bear
The cleverly and aptly titled Jokes, Pokes and Chokes comedy, tattoo and wrestling convention comes together in a three-way dance of hilarity, pain and mayhem t... Posted on 5/3/13 at 11:00 PM
THE NEW FORTY This isn't the kind of mud I want to wrestle with...
As we enter a period of warmer dayswhen the snow beginsits speedymelt, I am reminded of the peril of muddy, slushy puddles on the NDSU campus. When you couple the puddles withpre-occupied driverswho a... Posted on 3/6/12 at 6:49 PM
Bruce Moe can have a simple message for his Grand Forks Red River wrestlers — do as I say and as I do. The 55-year-old high school wrestling coach leads by example. Last week, Moe won two titles at the USA Wrestling’s Veterans national tournament in Las Vegas.
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.
Even though true-second matches haven’t always worked out well for his team, Greenbush-Middle River-Badger coach Todd Bergeron is a supporter of wrestling’s version of a sudden-death bid for a state berth.
The Tommies’ girls basketball team enters the week with a 15-2 record and facing a North Dakota District 3 showdown. Thompson hosts Hillsboro-Central Valley (14-3) on Tuesday with the top seed in the district tournament on the line.
Blake Bosch completed the final chapter in what he called a “fairy tale” weekend Saturday afternoon at the Fargodome with style. One of the most decorated wrestlers in Class B history, the South Border senior capped his career with a first-period pin to win the 126-pound championship at the North Dakota state tournament before an estimated 3,900 fans.
The third time was the charm for Grand Forks Central senior Bryce Fish in more ways than one on Saturday. Fish topped previously undefeated Zane Braun of Jamestown with a 4-2 decision in the 152-pound championship match during the North Dakota Class A individual wrestling tournament at the Fargodome.
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