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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WEST FARGO — This week, Major League Baseball’s best players will congregate at Target Field in Minneapolis for the All-Star Game. West Fargo 14-year-old Andrew Gravdahl will be there too.
MOORHEAD, Minn. — The fundraising figures have been totaled up for the 10th and final Cully’s Kids Celebrity Weekend and the returns show it was a banner year for the event.
OXBOW — Zach Parise was 250 miles away from the Twin Cities and Xcel Energy Center on Friday morning at the Oxbow Country Club, but the Minnesota Wild left winger felt right at home.
FARGO — The North Dakota Class B volleyball, baseball and boys and girls basketball state tournaments each went through a seeding process for the first time in 2013-14.
VALLEY CITY — Super region tournament formats for North Dakota Class B volleyball and boys and girls basketball aren’t going away.
FARGO — The top spot of the North Dakota Class B boys golf state meet leaderboard did not change Wednesday.
FARGO — Course conditions were ideal for low scores at the North Dakota Class B boys golf meet Tuesday, and a pair of seniors from Rugby and Rolette took full advantage.
FARGO — Unanimous selection Fallyn Freije of Lakota-Edmore leads a group of five players named to the North Dakota Class B girls basketball all-state first team.
FARGO — Three unanimous selections — Tanner Kretchman of Fargo Davies, Ben Weisbeck of Bismarck St. Mary’s and Tyler Rudolph of Bismarck Century — lead this season’s North Dakota Class A all-state boys basketball first team.
FARGO — After spending the entire season as the unanimous No. 1-ranked girls basketball team in North Dakota Class B, Minot Ryan clinched its second-straight state title Saturday.