Twenty-four young Grand Forks baseball players will embark on quite the journey this week. Even at age 12, Brock Reller can see the uniqueness of the opportunity. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” Reller said.
Record turnout expected for this year’s Junior Grand Am tournament Starting today, there will be approximately 2,600 youth basketball players in Grand Forks to participate in the 23rd annual Junior Grand Am.
In wake of paralyzed Minn. player, N.D. group mulls changes North Dakota High School Activities Association officials are examining whether they should follow Minnesota in implementing tougher penalties for illegal checks during hockey games.
REA Hockey Academy exploring options for elite players A new playing option might be on the way for the top local boys hockey talent.
The Ralph Engelstad Arena Hockey Academy is in the exploratory stage of starting a midget major hockey program in Grand Forks.
The nation's most sweeping rules addressing youth-concussions in sports was signed into law Tuesday in Colorado, where the guidelines for protecting child athletes will require coaches to bench players as young as 11 when it's believed they've suffered a head injury.
What the injured brain needs is not exercise but rest, clinicians say. That’s contrary to the “common sense” view and is one more reason why parents, coaches and athletes shouldn’t be expected to handle this issue entirely on their own
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