Dickinson Press Sports
YORK, Neb. — The Dickinson State wrestling team carried its momentum from the regular season into the NAIA North National qualifier tournament on Saturday. The Blue Hawks finished second in the team results and had eight wrestlers qualify for the national tournament. Five of the eight wrestlers made it to the championship match of their respective weight classes. Sean Elkins and Hudson Buck won in the 157- and 197-pound weight classes, respectively, while Seth Ehlang (149), Tyler Brown (174) and Jon Solano (184) finished runner-up. Deshun Haynes (125), Taylor Hodel (165) and Lane Oversen (184) all received at-large bids. The NAIA national tournament will begin March 6 in Topeka, Kan.
MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Dickinson State men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams are leaving the North Star Athletic Association meet with some hardware.
BISMARCK — As time ticked away on its season, a Dickinson High boys hockey senior found a way to give his team a light of hope.
JAMESTOWN — The Dickinson High gymnastics team finished runner-up for the team and individual all-around West Region titles. The Midgets had three gymnasts in the top 10.
KILLDEER — Fourth-seeded Killdeer routed No. 13 seed Mandaree in an opening-round matchup. Trae Murray had a game-high 16 points for Killdeer (14-7) as she put up 21 points in...
BEACH — The Beach girls basketball team found itself down early against No. 12 seed Heart River.
GLEN ULLIN — Sixth-seeded Glen Ullin-Hebron used a balanced offense to defeat No. 11 seed Richardton-Taylor in the opening round.
NEW ENGLAND — At the end of the first quarter, No. 9 seed Beulah girls basketball team had a slim, three-point lead over No. 8 seed New England.
HETTINGER — The Hettinger-Scranton girls basketball team needed overtime to win Friday in the opening round of the Region 7 tournament. The seventh-seeded Night Hawks used a 24-point performance from...