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Gregg Grinsteinner has officially accepted a new role at Dickinson Trinity.
BISMARCK — New England’s tank was nearly empty.
BISMARCK — In the team’s first three possessions, Four Winds senior forward Trayvon McKay missed three straight 3-pointers. The senior forward wasn’t worried. He just kept firing.
BISMARCK — In its first trip to the North Dakota Class B state boys basketball tournament in nearly two decades, New England hasn’t lacked time on the floor at the Bismarck Event Center.
BISMARCK — The LaMoure-Litchville-Marion boys basketball team kept hanging around. The longer the Loboes stuck around, the more momentum they built.
Whether Luke Powers and the New England boys basketball team likes it or not, the high school season will officially come to an end Saturday at the Bismarck Event Center during the North Dakota Class B state tournament.
During the awards ceremony of the Region 7 Tournament, New England forward Daniel Prince was named the region’s senior athlete of year.
During summer open gyms, New England boys basketball head coach Luke Powers saw two new faces at the Tiger Den — 6-foot-6 junior Christian Kilwein and 6-8 sophomore Cody Holt.
Many coaches said throughout the course of the boys basketball season this was the most balanced Region 7 has been in years.
New England head coach Luke Powers remembers hearing Brady Bender, then in the fourth grade, say, “When we are in high school, we are going to state.”