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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Humble or be humbled.
Everything finally clicked for the Dickinson State men’s basketball team.
Basketball is a game of mistakes and Thursday’s game between Dickinson Trinity and Mott-Regent was full of them.
With a new coach comes the initial nerves of new schemes, new philosophies and a new team.
New season, new coach, new outlook.
The blizzard Monday may have cancelled Mott-Regent’s basketball practice, but it didn’t stop the team from opening the 43rd annual Roughrider Tournament with a win.
After losing its first game of the season, the Killdeer boys basketball team wanted nothing more than to make the winner’s bracket of the 43rd annual Roughrider Tournament.
Defense was the name of the game, which the Dickinson High girls hockey team just couldn’t contend in.
With the audience at Knights of Columbus Activities Center holding its breath, Dickinson Trinity junior guard Joe Mayer took a half-court shot with no time left in the game.
Despite losing five seniors, the Hettinger-Scranton girls basketball team are pressing on and return some players who could definitely make an impact.