Tom Mix is the North Dakota high school sports reporter. He's worked at The Forum for five years. He was the 2013 North Dakota sportswriter of the year, an award that is sponsored by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
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FARGO — Former Fargo South football standout James Johannesson has only been on the campus of the University of Minnesota for a couple of months, and he’s already making a name for himself.
FARGO — Duke freshman Tyus Jones is on top of the sports world after pouring in a game-high 23 points in the Blue Devils’ 68-63 win over Wisconsin in the NCAA men’s basketball national championship game on Monday in Indianapolis.
FARGO — John Crockett’s alter ego “Taz” — short for his tendencies to take on the whirlwind pace of a Tasmanian devil — is serving him well even in his post-North Dakota State football career.
BISMARCK — Another prominent high school activities director in the state of North Dakota is retiring.
FARGO — Three unanimous first team selections — senior Alexis Klabo of Fargo Davies, junior Sarah Jacobson of Fargo Shanley and junior Cassie Askvig of Minot — lead this season’s North Dakota Class A all-state girls basketball team.
BISMARCK — The Rugby boys basketball team can retire the runner-up tag it was stuck with this season after coming in second at the North Dakota Class B state tournament a year ago. The Panthers are now champions.
BISMARCK — Parshall defeated May-Port-GC in the consolation semifinals of the North Dakota Class B boys basketball tournament on Friday at the Bismarck Event Center.
BISMARCK — Rugby got another crack at Fargo Oak Grove during the North Dakota Class B state boys basketball tournament and the Panthers were not about to squander the opportunity...
BISMARCK — Thursday wasn’t the best offensive performance of the season for the Four Winds-Minnewaukan boys basketball team, however the Indians found a way to grind out a win.
FARGO — The North Dakota Class B state boys basketball tournament is back in Bismarck and once again is taking its traditional spot as the grand finale of the winter sports season.