SATURDAY'S LOCAL/NATIONAL CLIPBOARD
Prep wrestling Rohrich goes 6-0: Grand Forks Central's Will Rohrich went 6-0 on the weekend at the Metro Duals. On Saturday, Central defeated Williston 46-30 and took down Bismarck Legacy 49-35. The Knights lost to Jamestown 42-27 and Minot 45-21...
Rohrich goes 6-0: Grand Forks Central's Will Rohrich went 6-0 on the weekend at the Metro Duals.
On Saturday, Central defeated Williston 46-30 and took down Bismarck Legacy 49-35. The Knights lost to Jamestown 42-27 and Minot 45-21.
"We wrestled four tough teams from the west today," said Central coach Jeff Welsh. "We wrestled hard but this tournament showed us where we need to improve."
Central is now 13-7 on the season and 5-1 in the EDC.
KnightRiders rally: Grand Forks rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat Minot 4-3 on Saturday. Shaley Richards scored twice in the third period as the KnightRiders scored all of their goals in the period.
Quinn fournier and Morgan Stenseth also scored for Grand Forks.
"I thought that was our most complete game yet this season," said Grand Forks coach Alex Hedlund. "We were down 3-0 early in third, but not for lack of effort. Our forecheck was outstanding today. Kaley Baker was solid in net. Shaley Richards had an outstanding performance, scoring the eventual game winner."
EGF 6, Park Rapids 0: Ellie Bowen scored two goals to lead East Grand Forks Senior High past Park Rapids on Saturday.
The Green Wave put 78 shots on goal against the Panthers.
Sacred Heart falls: East Grand Forks Sacred Heart got the chance to play at Target Center on Saturday. Plainview-Elgin-Millville downed the Eagles 70-53.
Brenden Bethke led Sacred Heart with 18 points.
"We struggled scoring during the first half and once we got clicking it was a little too late," said Sacred Heart coach Destry Stekel. "We played extremely well but gave them too many free throws and they went 14-14 from the line. They are a great team. Playing competitive teams like this will really prepare us for playoffs and help us reach our goals."
WF Sheyenne 75, GF Red River 59: Maggie Manson and Jadyn Feist each scored 18 points to lead West Fargo Sheyenne past Grand Forks Red River on Saturday.
Shelby Frank led Red River with 17 points, while Jadyn Sondrol and Jasmine Sondrol added 13 and 10 points, respectively.
Ex-UND players compete: Former UND standouts John Santiago and Deion Harris played in Saturday's NFLPA Collegiate Bowl in Pasadena.
Santiago had a solid game, rushing three time for 36 yards-including a 20-yard run. He also caught three passes for 36 yards, the longest 20 yards.
Santiago's American team downed the National team 10-7.
Harris, meanwhile, played in the secondary and returned two punts for six yards.
In another all-star game, former NDSU standout Easton Stick threw one touchdown pass for the West in the annual East-West Shrine game. Stick was 5-for-8 for 51 yards in the West's 21-17 win.
Borowicz sets record: Minnesota State Moorhead's Kiley Borowicz, a former Roseau standout, set the school record for single-game 3-pointers on Saturday as she led the Dragons past Augustana 79-61.
Borowicz finished with a career-high 37 points-one away from the school record-and hit nine 3-pointers, breaking the previous record of eight held by current assistant coach Cassidy Thorson.
U.S. loses: The start of the FIFA Women's World Cup is 139 days away, but host France made a statement with a 3-1 win over the U.S. National Team in a friendly Saturday in Le Havre, France.
The top-ranked Americans and defending World Cup champions were 25-0-3 since July 2017, including 18-0-2 in 2018.
But they were outplayed in their opening match this year at Stade Oceane in Le Havre, site of the Americans' third Group F match against Sweden on June 20. The tournament runs from June 7 to July 7.
Ravens extend Harbaugh: The Baltimore Ravens are finalizing an extension with head coach John Harbaugh, according to multiple reports Saturday, a month after the team announced its plans to retain him and work on a new deal.
Harbaugh was set to enter the final year of his contract, but the Ravens announced Dec. 21 that they planned to keep him and begin discussing an extension. Prior to that announcement, many had speculated about Harbaugh's job security, and some had speculated in the weeks since that another team might pursue him via trade.