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College football Standings and schedule NAIA Championship Series First round, Nov. 22 Carroll (Mont.) 49, Valley City State 0 Grand View (Iowa) 38, Langston (Okla.) 3 Saint Xavier (Ill.) 38,...
Dickinson High head football coach John Tuchscherer gave Ben Twist one job on defense — shut down the opponent’s best wide receiver.
Dickinson Trinity senior Joe Mayer spent the past two years as the team’s go-to wide receiver.
The Dickinson High boys and girls hockey games scheduled for Tuesday against Williston have been postponed. Dickinson boys were scheduled to host the Coyotes at 6:30 p.m. at the Dickinson Recreation Center. The DHS girls were set to travel to Williston at 6 p.m. A reschedule date for both games is set for Dec. 2.
The No. 4-ranked Killdeer football team accomplished a feat it hadn’t in nearly 20 years.
MINOT — Down by 18 at the half, the Dickinson State men’s basketball team outscored Minot State 48-37 in the second half to make a late rally. But it was too little too late.
The Richardton-Taylor-Hebron football team ended the season ranked No. 5 in the state and reached the quarterfinals against Towner-Granville-Upham. Though the Raiders lost 40-8 to the No. 4-ranked TGU, they picked up multiple end of the season honors. RTH had three players receive 9-man all-state honors as senior lineman Jordan Schumacher and junior linebacker Denver Colgrove were named to the first-team defense, while senior tight end Spencer Floberg was second-team. Schumacher and Colgrove helped the Raiders (9-2) limit teams to 27.7 points per game.