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Dickinson rides a two game win streak and are playing their best tennis going into postseason tourney starting next week.
“It is the first time we have had someone in Dickinson get this achievement,” said coach Casey Berry.
Midgets stand their ground against Bismarck Legacy and hold their top spot in the WDA
Hettinger-Scranton's Pierce Maddox was the player of the game as the winning pitcher, striking out seven batters in seven innings.

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DICKINSON — The Class A defending state champion Dickinson softball team has become somewhat synonymous with blowout game, leading the state in run differentials on the year. The Midgets' consistent 10 run games highlights that even in cases where they fall behind, their firepower often gets the team out of bad situations quickly.
Dickinson State University will battle it out in the opening round in a matchup that Hawks head coach says, “Could be the game of the tournament.”
The Midgets are riding a five game win streak as they loom over the Western Dakota Association standings.
Hazen's pitching allowed for 19 walks, 8 HbP and 21 earned runs in a total collapse performance against state contending Cougars.
“It is fun to see some different athletes. We have so much snow sitting around in our area, we had to travel a ways just to get in a meet and this is only our second meet of the year… A lot of personal best today and real close to state qualifying effort so that is what we were trying to do today and just to see where we are at," Trinity head coach Craig Kovash said.
Dickinson is the only school in the WDA that remains undefeated in the 2022 season.

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Dickinson start regional play with a 7-2 win over Williston.
Dickinson traveled to Minot to test their mettle in a doubles event.
Hettinger-Scranton start season on the right foot, which momentarily shows them as region leaders.

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