North Dakota High School Football Scores 10/25

 Class A First Round
     Carrington 74, North Prairie 19
     Hazen 46, Des Lacs-Burlington 18
     Killdeer 40, Harvey-Wells County 6
     Larimore 48, Hillsboro/Central Valley 40
     Lewis and Clark/Our Redeemers 42, Heart River 16
     Oakes 42, May Port CG 14
     Park River/Fordville Lankin 27, Linton-HMB 6
     Rugby 49, New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin 2
 9-Man
 First Round
     Cavalier 76, South Border 0
     Grant County-Flasher 48, Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn 26
     Hankinson 28, Thompson 18
     LaMoure-Litchville-Marion 56, North Star 12
     Richardton-Taylor-Hebron 58, St. John 50
     Richland 44, Hatton-Northwood 28
     Shiloh Christian 38, Divide County 8
     Towner-Granville-Upham 56, Mott-Regent 22

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Tornado Football Storms Over Patriots

OAKES (NewsDakota.com) Bryce Meehl threw for five touchdowns, and returned an interception for a score as the Oakes Tornadoes soundly defeated the Patriots of Mayville-Portland-Clifford-Galesberg 42-14 in the opening round of the 2014 North Daktoa Class A Playoffs.

Meehl connected with Ethan Zetocha for two of the touchdowns, and finished 10 of 12 for 179 yards threw the air, as the Tornadoes remained perfect at 9-0; and earned their third trip to the Class A Quaterfinals in the last four years. The Patriots end their year with a 4-5 record.

Oakes will host the Aggies of Park-River/Fordville-Lankin on Saturday, November 1. Coverage can be heard on KDDR-AM 1220/95.9 FM and NewsDakota.com.

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Vikings Fall in Season Opener

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (VCSU)The first half of Valley City State’s season opener was one to remember. The second half, not so much.

The Viking men’s basketball team was impressive in the first 20 minutes, building a 40-27 lead over Carroll College at the W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse. But the Saints rallied back in the second half for a 63-60 victory, spoiling the Viking season opener.

Junior guard Riley West led VCSU with 17 points in his debut as a Viking. Quin Peterson added nine points and Marcus Weeks had eight points. Both Peterson and Weeks scored all their points in VCSU’s big first half. Jayden Ferguson added six points and Austin Rambow had five points and nine rebounds off the bench.

The Vikings shot 53 percent (17-for-32) in the first half, but managed just 15 percent (5-for-34) in the second half. A pair of free throws by West put the Vikings ahead 56-46 with 8:43 remaining, but Carroll College scored the next 12 points and finished the game on a 17-4 run.

The Saints were led by 17 points from Zach Taylor, including 14 of which came in the second half. Ryan Imhoff added 13 points for Carroll College, which shot 41 percent (21-for-51) from the field.

The Vikings shot 4-for-24 on 3-pointers and 12-for-17 on free throws. Carroll College went 4-for-12 on 3-pointers and 17-for-25 on free throws.

The two teams were tied at 19-19 with 8:38 remaining in the first half before the Vikings went on a 19-5 run to build their biggest lead of the game at 38-24 late in the first half.

Up next: Valley City State (0-1) hosts Oglala Lakota College for two games at 7 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

 

 

 

 

 

The first half of Valley City State’s season opener was one to remember. The second half, not so much.

The Viking men’s basketball team was impressive in the first 20 minutes, building a 40-27 lead over Carroll College at the W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse. But the Saints rallied back in the second half for a 63-60 victory, spoiling the Viking season opener.

Junior guard Riley West led VCSU with 17 points in his debut as a Viking. Quin Peterson added nine points and Marcus Weeks had eight points. Both Peterson and Weeks scored all their points in VCSU’s big first half. Jayden Ferguson added six points and Austin Rambow had five points and nine rebounds off the bench.

The Vikings shot 53 percent (17-for-32) in the first half, but managed just 15 percent (5-for-34) in the second half. A pair of free throws by West put the Vikings ahead 56-46 with 8:43 remaining, but Carroll College scored the next 12 points and finished the game on a 17-4 run.

The Saints were led by 17 points from Zach Taylor, including 14 of which came in the second half. Ryan Imhoff added 13 points for Carroll College, which shot 41 percent (21-for-51) from the field.

The Vikings shot 4-for-24 on 3-pointers and 12-for-17 on free throws. Carroll College went 4-for-12 on 3-pointers and 17-for-25 on free throws.

The two teams were tied at 19-19 with 8:38 remaining in the first half before the Vikings went on a 19-5 run to build their biggest lead of the game at 38-24 late in the first half.

Up next: Valley City State (0-1) hosts Oglala Lakota College for two games at 7 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

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North Dakota High School Football Scores 10/24

BISMARCK, N.D. (Associated Press) Beulah 34, Watford City 8
     Bismarck High 43, Mandan 13
     Bismarck St. Mary’s 38, Minot Bishop Ryan/Sawyer 7
     Central Cass 40, Valley City 32
     Fargo Davies 40, Fargo North 7
     Fargo Shanley 41, Lisbon 6
     Grafton/St. Thomas 54, Kindred 20
     Grand Forks Red River 41, Grand Forks Central 6
     Minot 15, Dickinson 0
     Sheyenne 34, Devils Lake 25
     Wahpeton 48, Enderlin/Maple Valley 6
     West Fargo 44, Fargo South 10

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