Patrick Bernadeau is a sports reporter for the Dickinson Press. He can be reached at his office number (701) 456-1211 or email him at email@example.com. Joining the Dickinson Press in July 2017, he was previously a freelance sports writer for Treasure Coast Newspapers (TCPalm.com) in Stuart, FL as well as carrying bylines from the Associated Press, Miami Herald, Orlando Sentinel, Florida Today and Naples Daily News. Prior to his move to Dickinson, he resided in Port St. Lucie, FL, earning a Bachelor's Degree from Florida Atlantic University. Patrick was born and raised in Brockton, Mass and is an avid Boston sports fan. Born to Haitian parents, Patrick's favorite meal is Griot with Banana Peze, Pikliz (Fried pork with smashed plaintains and a spicy vegetable relish) and a tall glass of Cherry Coke.
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BOWMAN — In the program’s first postseason game since moving from 9-man in 2017, the Bowman County football team scored four touchdowns of 50 yards or more, as the undefeated Bulldogs crushed Nedrose 55-8 in the opening round of the Class A State Playoffs on Saturday, Oct. 20, from Bowman County Stadium - Reinhiller Field. The No. 4-ranked Bulldogs were led by junior quarterback Jacob Svihovec, who tossed two scores and ran for a pair of touchdowns.
NEW SALEM — Coming off a first-week bye of the 9-man State Playoffs, the New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin football team received multiple touchdowns from senior running backs Braden Zuroff and Chauncey Dittus and senior quarterback Evan Henke as the Holsteins tore through Surrey 63-6 on Saturday, Oct. 20, from Gaebe Field.
MINOT — In front of its home crowd, the Bishop Ryan football team scored first and scored last, but Beulah scored more as the Miners tallied 33 straight points en route to a 33-14 victory over the previously undefeated Lions during the opening round of the Class A State Playoffs on Saturday, Oct. 20, from Herb Parker Stadium.
VELVA — Holding the slim lead at halftime, the Hazen football team stumbled after committing five turnovers in the second half, falling to Velva 24-8 in the opening round of the Class A State Playoffs on Saturday, Oct. 20, from Velva High School.
Masy Kuntz, a senior middle blocker for the Dickinson Trinity volleyball team collected eight kills, nine digs and a match-high five blocks in a 3-0 victory over Region 7 rival Hettinger-Scranton on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Three days later, Kuntz was spectacular against Minot Our Redeemer's, She collected a match-high 15 kills, 14 digs, a pair of blocks and one ace as the Titans earned a 3-1 victory over one of the best teams in Region 6.
Facing a third-and-5 while in the red zone early in the second quarter, the Des Lacs-Burlington football team lined up its wide receivers in a bunch formation against Dickinson Trinity. Junior quarterback Dante Gunville rolled to his right before finding senior tight end Scott Drovdal running an out-pattern for an easy 9-yard pitch-and-catch score, completing a 12-play, 65-yard drive.
The Dickinson Trinity football team will play its first football game in 15 days on Saturday, Oct. 20, as the Titans welcome Des Lac-Burlington into the Biesiot Activities Center during the opening round of Class A State Playoffs.
With an eight-game regular season under its belt, the Richardton-Taylor-Hebron football team arguably played its best in the opening round of the postseason.
Dickinson Trinity sophomore libero Asia Willer began the 2018 campaign unsure of how well she would fill her new role Playing on the Titans 'C' squad a year ago, Willer made the leap to varsity this season. The prospect of joining the team one year removed from a state appearance was admittedly intimidating, but with the help of her teammates, Willer's transition to the top team has been a smooth one.
In a match between two adjacent teams in the West Region standings, the Dickinson High volleyball team welcomed Jamestown into its friendly confines for a rare Wednesday contest on Oct. 17. With the Blue Jays holding down the sixth spot and the Midgets sitting right behind in seventh, the action on the floor at the start of their match seemed to suggest the two teams were not too different from one another from a competitive standpoint. However as the match wore on, it became clear that Dickinson still has a ways to go before reaching Jamestown's tier in the WDA.