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Western Edge garners 14 All-State team selections, 28 All-Region nods and Coach of the Year
VELVA, N.D. — After an impressive first round shutout performance against Ray / Powers Lake, Dickinson Trinity suited up and traveled to Velva expecting a hard fought battle against the No. 2 team and undefeated Velva-Drake-Anamoose-Garrison — it would be exactly that with a 36-13 final result.
DICKINSON — Dickinson Trinity High School continues its run for the state championship in commanding fashion, after vanquishing the Ray-Powers Lake Outlaws in the first round of the playoffs.
“You stack the work days and it kind of shows that the kids' hard work pays off and we just keep going,” said Nate Zachmann, Huskies head coach.

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Bowman County plays until the final whistle in attempt to move up Region 4 rankings
Heart River started regional play with a loss and are still in search of their first touchdown of the season. 
Richardton-Taylor-Hebron garnered their second loss in as many weeks, but were able to pick up their first touchdown of the season.
“There used to be this saying, I don't know if it gets used much anymore, but they would call superb players a 'gamer' and that is what Meg is,” said head coach Kendra Schillo.
“Time after time, they came back fighting. That was really cool to see. The fact that our kids never gave up," said head coach Kendra Schillo.
“For us to come in and lose to the one seed by one run, I am pretty happy with that,” said Dillinger.

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“We had a lot of hits to the outfield so it was a fun game for the offense,” Hettinger-Scranton head coach Nolan Dix said.
“We just got to hit the ball and clean it up on defense,” said Heart River head coach Kurt Silbernagel.
DICKINSON- Eight teams battled to advance to State at the Dickinson Trinity Golf Regional Team Qualifier at Heart River Golf Course May 19.

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