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North Dakota State head football coach Chris Klieman has signed a new six-year contract to remain at the school through the 2021 season.
FARGO -- Hundreds of North Dakota prep athletes packed North Dakota State's Shelly Ellig Indoor Track and Field Facility on Friday for the annual North Dakota Class A boys and...
BISMARCK -- A second straight perfect season and a third straight North Dakota Class A girls basketball state championship were earned the hard way by Fargo Shanley on Saturday night...
BISMARCK -- Second-half rallies are becoming commonplace for West Fargo's boys basketball team. For the second straight night, West Fargo put together a comeback in the final 18 minutes to help it claim a victory at the North Dakota Class A state tournament.
BISMARCK--Fargo Shanley's girls basketball team didn't allow Wahpeton the same satisfaction the Huskies gained a week ago, taking the Deacons the distance in the East Region tournament on Friday at the Bismarck Event Center. The Deacons powered their way to a 64-31 victory over the Huskies in the North Dakota Class A semifinals.
BISMARCK--Bismarck edged Devils Lake 77-70 in the North Dakota Class A boys basketball state consolation semifinals on Friday at Bismarck Event Center's Exhibit Hall. Senior guard Connor Hellebust scored 24 points to pace the Demons (16-10). Junior forward Zach Dahlen led the Firebirds with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Devils Lake ends its season 14-12.
BISMARCK -- The 30-year drought without a win at a state tournament for the Wahpeton girls basketball team was ended Thursday night in Bismarck. The Huskies defeated Mandan 61-50 in the Class A state quarterfinals at the Bismarck Event Center's Exhibit Hall, and now get to play No. 1-ranked Fargo Shanley--a rematch of the East Region semifinals.
Minot took undefeated, No. 1-ranked Fargo Shanley the distance in the North Dakota Class A state girls basketball quarterfinals on Thursday, but in the end, the Deacons held on to claim a 53-48 victory at the Bismarck Event Center's Exhibit Hall. Winning streak--still alive. Chance at a historic three-peat--still alive.
BISMARCK, N.D. -- Grand Forks Red River rode the momentum it seized early on Thursday to a 60-48 victory over Bismarck Legacy in the North Dakota Class A girls state basketball quarterfinals at the Bismarck Event Center's Exhibit Hall. The Roughriders shot 55.6 percent (10-for-18) in the first half and led 33-13 at halftime.
After a cool start, Bismarck Century settled into its North Dakota Class A state girls basketball quarterfinal game against West Fargo on Thursday. The Patriots started to click late in the first half and were able to hold off the Packers by posting a 64-53 win at the Bismarck Event Center's Exhibit Hall.