MOORHEAD, Minn.—Perham junior Logan Richter is 6-foot-4, 280 pounds, but did some of his biggest damage around 20 feet away from the basket Tuesday at Concordia's Memorial Auditorium. Richter sank two 3-pointers in the first half and finished with a team-high 14 points to spark the Yellowjackets to a 60-36 victory against Warroad in the Minnesota Section 8AA boys basketball semifinals. "He's one of those kids who can shoot the 3," Perham head coach Dave Cresap said. "He can get things done inside and outside."
OGDEN, Utah — When North Dakota State looked in trouble Saturday night at Stewart Stadium, the defense delivered. Linebacker Carlton Littlejohn scored a touchdown and also snuffed out a fake field-goal attempt early in the fourth quarter. Those big plays helped lift the No. 1-ranked Bison to a 24-7 victory against Weber State in NCAA Division I FCS football before 14,577 fans.
FARGO — A season ago, a trip to the NAIA Division II women’s basketball tournament made history. Now, it’s becoming habit for the Comets. “You are trying to change the culture of the program and you are trying to develop tradition,” said Comets head coach Dennis Hutter, who led his team to its first-ever national tournament appearance last season.