Jays in 10th at State Golf After Day 1

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown High girls golf team is currently in 10th place after Day 1 of the state golf tournament being held at the Jamestown Country Club. Century leads the team scores while there is a three-way tie for first individually. Jamestown’s top golfer is Alyssa Zachrison who carded a first...
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Hi-Liners Beat West Fargo in EDC Play-In Match

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( Valley City boys’ tennis qualified for The EDC Tennis Tournament after beating West Fargo Monday night. They defeated The Packers 4-1 and will now play top seeded Grand Forks Central Thursday at Courts Plus in Fargo.     FINAL SCORE Valley City             4   West...
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Bismarck, Shanley Top AAA, AA Polls

BISMARCK, N.D. ( The Bismarck and Fargo Shanley High football teams are first this week in the Class AAA and AA polls, as voted on by members of the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. First place votes are in parenthesis, followed by the team’s record, and the number of total votes...
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VCSU Falls in Pair of NSAA Road Matches

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( The Valley City State volleyball team played its first conference road games of the season this weekend, falling short in a pair of matches at Waldorf University and Viterbo University. The Vikings went to five sets Friday night at Waldorf University but came out on the short end in set...
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Julson and Viking Men Win Cougar Invite

MORRIS, MN ( Valley City State senior Casey Julson shot a 2-under round of 69 on Thursday as he won the Cougar Invitational hosted by Minnesota-Morris at Pomme de Terre Golf Course. Julson’s round was three shots better than second place, earning him the first win of his VCSU collegiate career. His victory was one of...
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VCSU Loses Shootout Against Saints

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( The Valley City State University and Presentation College football teams went blow-for-blow Saturday in a North Star Athletic Association conference game. When the dust cleared after a combined 67 points and 796 yards of total offense, Presentation College quarterback Austin Eggl had passed for five touchdowns and led his team...
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Midland Needs OT to Sink Jimmies

FREMONT, Neb. ( – A game that saw three lead changes and overtime unfolded between the University of Jamestown and Midland football teams Saturday afternoon at Heedum Field. The Warriors, who are receiving votes in the top-25, needed extra time to put away the Jimmies, 35-28. Midland took the opening drive and marched it...
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Wolves Run Over Loboes

STEELE, N.D. ( – Acting head coach for LaMoure-Litchville-Marion Lucas Isaacson knew stopping Kidder County’s option offense was going to be difficult. And it was, the Wolves had three runners over 100 yards and had five rushing touchdowns in a 48-22 win Friday night at Mark Abbott Field. The game got off to a...
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