Friday's local sports clipboard
Football UND loses safety for season: UND safety Andre Randolph has suffered a season-ending injury, coach Bubba Schweigert confirmed Friday. It's the second significant injury to the defensive backfield. Earlier this summer, UND lost starting co...
UND loses safety for season: UND safety Andre Randolph has suffered a season-ending injury, coach Bubba Schweigert confirmed Friday.
It's the second significant injury to the defensive backfield. Earlier this summer, UND lost starting cornerback Deion Harris for the season due to an Achilles injury suffered during offseason conditioning.
Randolph, a redshirt freshman from Indianapolis, was expected to provide depth at safety and play a key role on special teams. He was listed along with Jordan Canady as the backup strong safety to Cole Reyes on UND's pre-fall depth chart.
Red River takes first: Grand Forks Red River opened the season Friday by winning the Valley City Invitational.
The Roughriders, who shot a team score of 345, had two individuals finish in the top five. Morgan Hetletved's 81 was good for fourth place, one spot ahead of teammate Samantha DeBeltz (85).
Grand Forks Central, which finished eighth as a team, was led by Taiylor Ellingson, who shot an 80 to tie for second.
Sacred Heart to induct 2: Kayli Schumacher Altepeter and Kristina Altepeter Thelen will be inducted today into the Sacred Heart High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Altepeter Thelen is a 1997 Sacred Heart graduate. She participated in volleyball, basketball, track and softball, picking up the Eagles' first pitching win in the inaugural 1997 softball season. She was a two-time all-conference pick in basketball, including her senior season when she averaged 11 rebounds and 14 points a game and had 15 double doubles. She was all-conference as a senior in volleyball.
Schumacher Altepeter graduated in 2007. She was team MVP and an all-conference pick in both volleyball and basketball in her junior and senior years and was a three-year starter in softball. She averaged a double double (10 rebounds, 14.8 points) as a senior in basketball and had more than 700 career kills in volleyball. As a senior, she had more than 30 kills in a match three times.
The two will be recognized today at a buffet luncheon and social from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the Sacred Heart social hall.