Meaghan is the sports reporter for the Dickinson Press, focusing primarily on Dickinson State athletics and rodeo. After graduating from James Madison University (Va.) in May 2013, she moved from New Jersey to North Dakota to start pursuing her career in sports journalism.
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For some members of the Dickinson High boys and girls track and field teams, today’s West Region track and field meet will be the last of their careers. But for others, it’s the last chance to snag a state-qualifying place, time or distance. With that in mind, Dickinson boys co-head coach Jay Schobinger told his athletes anything can happen with a strong meet.
The Dickinson High baseball team could only produce one hit against Williston. However, the Midgets found other ways to reach base and score.
The college track and field season is finally coming to a close. For the Dickinson State men’s and women’s teams, it couldn’t end any better.
The Bismarck St. Mary’s baseball team came to play against Dickinson High. The Midgets did not.
Both the Dickinson State and Mayville State baseball teams had a chance to play in Lewiston, Idaho, for the NAIA World Series on its minds. But only one could clinch a spot after winning the North Star Athletic Association championship.
The North Star Athletic Association outdoor track and field conference meet officially kicked off Sunday with the decathlon and heptathlon events.
With a game-ending double play, the Dickinson State baseball team completed what some deemed improbable -- reach the North Star Athletic Association Tournament championship game as the No. 6 seed.
The Mayville State baseball team proved its worth for being named the top seed of the North Star Athletic Association Tournament.
The fifth meeting between the Mayville State and Dakota State (S.D.) baseball teams didn’t lack offense.
Saturday was the most important game between the Dickinson State and University of Jamestown baseball teams all season.