Meaghan is the sports page designer and copy editor for the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. 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 and was a sports reporter for the Dickinson Press and covered Dickinson State athletics. Meaghan has been working for the Forum since June 2015.
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The Dickinson Trinity boys basketball team saved its best performance for last.
From the moment Dickinson State men’s basketball head coach Justin Wetzel saw Connor Donaldson play, he knew he needed to have him on his team.
Young athletes are incredibly malleable.
Sometimes, an athlete doesn’t reach his full potential until late in his career.
Four words determined the difference between win and a loss for the Dickinson State men’s basketball team on Saturday: “Put me in, coach.”
The Dickinson State women’s basketball team knew it had a tough game on its hands against No. 12-ranked University of Jamestown.
Randi Walz’s dream was to one day open a gym. She has it with Evolution Gym. But when Walz — a personal trainer with more than 20 years of experience — and her husband, Shane, opened their gym, she said they always knew they wanted it to be a CrossFit affiliate. On Jan. 15, Walz’s dream finally became a reality. Evolution is now one of three gyms in southwest North Dakota that is CrossFit affiliated. “When we decided to open the gym, I really wanted to offer that one-on-one coaching that I love about training,” Walz said.
Basketball doesn’t last forever.
When it’s this late in regional play, teams need to bring their ‘A’ game.
Passion and energy are the difference makers in the outcome of a game.