Miller has been with the Grand Forks Herald sports department for the past 10 years. He's also a Grand Forks native and UND graduate.
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The Big Sky Conference took the next step Wednesday in a movement to put the men’s and women’s conference basketball tournaments at predetermined locations.
UND football player Devin Coyle is biking across the country — from his hometown in Mandan, N.D., to St. Petersburg, Fla. — a trek of roughly 2,500 miles.
After last weekend’s East Region baseball tournament, Red River coach Mark Varriano said he thinks of his team as having three No. 1 pitchers with Brady Regimbal, Colin Hennessy and Ryan Richardson. That staff has helped Red River to a 21-game conference winning streak as it enters today’s North Dakota state Class A baseball tournament in Mandan. The Riders face Bismarck St. Mary’s in the quarterfinals.
Junior Zach Walz spends his summers in the Twin Cities and had to call his American Legion baseball coach at Edina this weekend to let him know he’d be a little late for the start of practice. The Knights will rely on Walz at the plate, in the field and on the mound as they start the North Dakota state Class A tournament in Mandan at 11:30 a.m. Thursday against Bismarck Century.
Grand Forks Central junior Zach Walz was ready to go. “I figured going into the game, I’d get the call to finish it off,” the right-handed pitcher said. “I was...
With temperatures near 90 degrees, Grand Forks Red River senior pitcher Ryan Richardson took the mound for an eighth inning Saturday when the championship game of the East Region tournament...
Junior Colin Hennessy was Red River’s latest mound star as he threw six innings, scattering seven hits and allowing one run to lift the Riders to an 11-1 victory over Grand Forks Central in a regional semifinal at Kraft Field on Friday. Red River, which won its 20th straight league matchup, qualifies for the state tournament next weekend in Mandan. The No. 2 seed Riders play No. 1 Fargo North in the region championship at 4 p.m. today.
A 30-minute weather delay might have been Fargo Davies’ best shot Friday to get to Fargo North ace Ian Schultz. Davies, however, wasn’t that lucky. Schultz tossed all seven innings and allowed just five hits while navigating through an extended pause in the fifth inning to beat the Eagles 6-3 in an East Region semifinal at Kraft Field.
Fargo Davies didn’t start the way it wanted. Fargo South scored twice in the first inning and left the bases loaded at the end of the frame. “We just had...
Grand Forks Red River’s hopes to ride its three standout pitchers in three games this weekend at the East Region tournament got off on the right foot Thursday. Red River...