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Another season, another No. 1 seed. That’s been a common position for Larimore sports this school year. Only this time, Polar Bears junior Jake Peterson has to share the designation...
After major knee surgery, a long rehabilitation process and a year away from track, Rachel Dryburgh was apprehensive about how she could perform this spring.
Camron Roehl has gone one up on his future coach. Roehl set a Class A East Region meet record Saturday when he won the 3,200 with a time of 9...
Records, the cliche goes, are meant to be broken. There are no unbreakable records. But what overall state high school track meet records will be most difficult to break? That’s the question asked to several area veteran coaches.
Ashley Rone proved herself to be the fastest runner in East Region girls track. Her big regret is that she wasn’t able to do it against a healthy Amanda Levin. Rone was the lone individual triple winner Saturday at the Class A East Region high school meet at Cushman Field. The Grand Forks Red River junior won the 100, 200 and 400.
The numbers game could make a three-peat difficult for Langdon-Munich. The Cardinals have won the girls division in the last two Class B Northeast Region track meets. But Langdon-Munich takes a much different look into today’s region meet at Larimore.
East Grand Forks Senior High is trying to beat the odds in tennis. Senior High hosts the Minnesota Section 8A boys tennis tournament next week. The dual tournament will be played Tuesday, with the final at 2 p.m. Singles and doubles finals are Wednesday. In singles, Senior High’s Ty Misialek is the No. 1 seed, while teammate Zach Straw is seeded third.
Bailee Enlow pole vaults for Grand Forks Red River. Grace Finney is a vaulter for Grand Forks Central. Intracity rivals? For the two sophomores, it is the opposite.
For Merle Mikkelsen, Thursday was a look at what can be. Mikkelsen’s Grand Forks Red River High School boys golf team won the title at the Grand Forks Invitational at...
Logjams at the top have been the rule, not the exception, heading into the final week of North Dakota’s Class B baseball regular season.