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MOORHEAD - From the opening tip of the game, the Concordia women's basketball team came to play Wednesday night. The Cobbers never trailed as they beat St. Kate's 56-49. Jamie Mentzer and Kirstin Simmons each had a team-high 14 points for Concordia. The Cobbers improve to 4-3 overall and 1-1 in the MIAC. Concordia's next game is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. Saturday at Augsburg.
FARGO - One of the North Dakota's best high school football players will play Division one. Fargo South's Victor Issak announced tonight he's verbally committed to play at UND. Isaak led the EDC in tackles with 93, he added eight rushing touchdowns for the Bruins this year. He told WDAY-TV Sports Director Dom Izzo he plans on signing with the Fighting Hawks in February.
FARGO - it's rare when one game can leave an lasting impact on fans, but that's exactly what happened when Wofford came to town in 2012. Grant Olson's 29 tackle performance, a school record lives on to this day. The current Bison defense was watching video of that game in preparation for another showdown with the Terriers on Saturday. The triple option is designed in deception, as the defense has to figure out who has the football. It's a week of cramming to prepare for something so unique.
WDAY TV - Expectations may be higher than they have ever been for the D-G-F girls basketball team. The Rebels bring back three starters from last year including Heart O' Lakes conference MVP Natalie Steichen. The entire state is starting to take notice in D-G-F. In the latest basketball poll the Rebels were ranked third in class 2A. Bringing back the pieces that they do, there's a buzz surronding D-G-F.
FARGO - Fargo Davies boys basketball spoiled Jamestown head coach Jacoby Lloyd's debut with the Blue Jays. Jamestown used a 14-4 run to lead at halftime 37-32, but the Eagles found another gear in the second half. Four Eagles scored in double figures to lift Davies over Jamestown 71-61. Parker Stenseth led the way for the Eagles with 21 points.
WDAY TV - In girls hockey North-South kept its strong start to the season going. North-South topped Fargo Davies 3-2 to improve to 4-0-0. Freshman Abby Promersberger got the scoring in the second period with her seventh goal of the season. She added another goal in the 3rd to make it 2-0. The Eagles answered back with goals from Faith Morris and Ali Matter. Avery Myers had the game-winning goal for North-South in the third period.
WDAY TV - The Moorhead and Davies boys hockey teams each extended their win streaks Tuesday night. In a 8AA battle, the Spuds beat Bemidji 3-0. Carter Randklev scored his 9th goal of the season in the win. In North Dakota, the Eagles skated past North 6-1.
WDAY TV - Moorhead senior Sam Haiby continued to have a monster season Tuesday night. Haiby poured in 41 points as the Spuds beat Fargo Davies 75-73. Rylie Polomny chipped in 12 points in the win. Raegan Linster lead the Eagles with 25 points and Taylor Fey had 20 points. Moorhead improves to 4-1 with the win. Across the river, Shanley ran by Valley City. Deacons sophomore Reile Payne had 27 points as Deacons beat the Hi-Liners 69-49.
FARGO - The three-time defending state champs Bismarck Blizzard made a statement in their opening game of the season. Senior Britta Curl had two goals as the Blizzard beat Fargo Davies 3-0. The Eagles fall to 2-2-0 with the loss.
WDAY/WDAZ TV - The West Fargo Sheyenne boys basketball team started its season on a high note. Zach Westphal poured in a game-high 25 points for the Mustangs in the 74-67 win over the Saints. Elijah Charles had a double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds for the Mustangs. In girls basketball, Jamestown won its season opener over West Fargo 87-72.