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BISMARCK — The Dickinson Trinity girls 3,200-meter relay team of Morgan Kuntz, Kelli Pavlicek, Katie Pavlicek and Katelyn Grinsteinner had their eyes glued to the jumbotron at the MDU Resources Community Bowl.
The top-seeded Dickinson High baseball team didn’t wait long to put Bismarck St. Mary’s into a permanent deficit.
Katelyn Grinsteinner was always an integral part in relays for the Dickinson Trinity girls track and field team.
After Nick Klug ran the 300-meter hurdles as a junior, it marked a milestone as he, his three brothers and sister combined to compete in all 19 track and field events.
Whether she places first, third, fifth or finishes with no height, Dickinson senior Elizabeth Adsero always maintains the same upbeat attitude.
If a track and field athlete is going to be successful, slacking isn’t an option.
Midway through her seventh-grade season, Dickinson senior Mackee Hoffmann was called up to be the varsity starting catcher.
Mott-Regent senior Abby Honeyman doesn’t have the easiest practices.
Killdeer senior Tucker Beck isn’t taking one practice, one race or one meet for granted.
Whether he’s in the starting lineup, pitching on the mound or coming off the bench, Dickinson senior baseball player Brett Schweitzer is there for one reason — the team.