Dickinson Press Sports
VALLEY CITY — Facing elimination and still burning from Friday’s walk-off loss, the Dickinson State baseball team opened the offensive flood gates to move forward in the Unaffiliated/ North Star-Frontier Conference Tournament.
JAMESTOWN — The Dickinson State softball team proved why it was worth being named the No. 1 seed of the NAIA Unaffiliated/North Star-Frontier Conference Tournament.
The Dickinson High girls tennis team started its three-match home stretch off on a rocky start.
VALLEY CITY — In the playoffs, anything can happen.
WATFORD CITY — The track and field athletes didn’t have to worry about the four inches of snow or 40 mph winds.
MINOT — The Dickinson High boys and girls track teams each picked up at least one state qualifying athlete at the Duane Carlson and Majette Invite on Thursday.
SOUTH HEART — The Dickinson Trinity boys golf team had a successful day, but it was even more successful for Willy Jahner.
Since Bailey Waldal and Hailee Farstveet were in eighth-grade, they’ve been playing girls varsity basketball for Beach.