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Before the season started, the New England boys basketball team was off on a good note. It returns its starting five and the first two players off the bench.
Since she was young, Jordyn Bender spent many hours in the New England High School gymnasium.
Over the past two seasons, the Dickinson High gymnastics team relied on a plethora of veterans to win back-to-back North Dakota state championships.
Ashlee Viveros doesn’t have to worry too much about the Killdeer girls basketball team’s learning curve. Ten players return with varsity experience.
The biggest difference second-year head coach Andrew Murphy has seen from the Killdeer boys basketball team’s intensity during practice. Killdeer has picked up the pace as the team has nine returners with substantial varsity minutes.
The Heart River boys basketball team lost just one full-time starter — guard Tyson Kudrna.
Despite only losing two players to graduation, the Heart River girls basketball team is still young and inexperienced.
The 2014 rodeo season went better than Britany Diaz could have ever predicted.
There aren’t too many new faces on the Dickinson High wrestling team.
Before the Dickinson High boys hockey team stepped onto the ice for the season opener, it was already faced with adversity.