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GF Central 3, Red River 0 The start to both halves couldn't have been much better for Grand Forks Central on Tuesday night. The Knights scored early in both halves to down Grand Forks Red River 3-0 in girls soccer at Cushman Field. Elizabeth Dub scored at the 2-minute mark of the first half while Carolyn Smith scored at 40 minutes for a 2-0 lead. "It was a dream start for both halves," said Central coach George DuBois. "Goals that early have a big impact on how the game begins to shape up tactically."
Any other result on a near-perfect Saturday afternoon for college softball would have been unacceptable for UND. With a good-sized crowd in attendance, UND downed Southern Utah 6-0 at Apollo, a win that allowed the Fighting Hawks to take the Big Sky Conference weekend series against the Thunderbirds. More important, the win gave UND some momentum heading into this week's Big Sky tournament in Ogden, Utah.
No driver has dominated River Cities Speedway in recent seasons more than Mark Dobmeier. Surprisingly, there has been one sprint feature win that has eluded him in recent years—the season opener. But Dobmeier had no problems Friday night, dominating the 25-lap sprint feature during the season opener at The Bullring.
College baseball 6 Friday's results Minn.-Crookston 5-4, Southwest Minnesota 2-8 NSAA tournament Friday's results Bracket A Bellevue, Neb., 10, Presentation, S.D., 4 Jamestown 17, Dickinson State 7 Bracket B Mayville State 14, Waldorf 5 Valley City State 5, Viterbo 3 College softball 6 Friday's results Omaha 4, NDSU 1 UND 4-5, Southern Utah 0-8 SUU 000 000 0 -- 0 7 2 UND 300 010 x -- 4 7 0
Brown takes medalist honors PARK RAPIDS, Minn.—East Grand Forks Senior High senior Bauer Brown shot a 71 to take medalist honors Friday at the Park Rapids Invitational at the Headwaters Country Club. Senior High's Nate Deziel finished second individually with a 74. Senior High finished second at 320, one stroke behind champion Detroit Lakes.
In a battle of the top two teams in the Dakota Premier Lacrosse League, the Sioux Falls Spark downed the Grand Forks Predators 8-7 on Saturday morning at Cushman Field. Conditions for the day were ideal. "It's a beautiful day for lacrosse," said Brent Lindstrom, the president of the Grand Forks Lacrosse Association. The day, in many respects, matched the progression of the sport in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks the past few years.
Austin Reitan took up boxing less than two years ago. But the 21-year-old has managed to enjoy success early in his career. The Grand Forks boxer has qualified for next week's National Golden Gloves tournament in Lafayette, La. He's scheduled to have his first bout at nationals on Monday. Reitan went 2-0 at last week's Upper Midwest Golden Gloves tournament in Walker, Minn. "It's been going pretty well for me," said Reitan, who will box at 178 pounds. "The sport has been pretty good to me so far." Reitan is 10-2 since he took up the sport.
MANVEL, N.D. — Mike Maidenberg and Mike Jacobs, like thousands of other Grand Forks and East Grand Forks residents, couldn't predict when the Red River would crest during the devastating 1997 flood. But the Grand Forks Herald publisher and editor accurately predicted one thing after the rising, unforgiving Red River of the North forced them from their homes. "Come Hell and High Water," the Grand Forks Herald wouldn't miss a day of publication during the newspaper's most trying time in its 138-year history.
Prep softball 6 Thursday's results EGF Senior High 18, Norman County/NCW 0 EGF 52(11) 0 -- 18 14 0 NOR 000 0 -- 0 3 5 WP—Megan Boman; LP—A. Olson Highlights—EGF: Boman 12 Ks, Boman 3x4, HR, Kayla Nelson 3x4, 2B, 2 RBI, Haylie Carlstrom 2x3, 2 RBI, Natalie Carlson 2x4, 3 RBI Fargo Davies 14, GF Central 4 GFC 020 110 -- 4 5 3 FDV 160 205 -- 14 10 2 WP—Emma Bothum; LP—Willow Rynestad
Young basketball players were everywhere in Grand Forks on Saturday, thanks to the Junior Grand Am tournament sponsored by the Fast Break Club. And Minnesota Lynx star Lindsay Whalen enjoyed every minute of the day. She was in town to conduct a youth basketball clinic sponsored by The Timberwolves and Lynx Basketball Academy. For roughly 90 minutes, campers ran through drills at Red River High School before having the chance for autographs and pictures with Whalen—one of the top players in the WNBA.