FARGO – Emily Wendorff has earned many individual honors and awards playing soccer at Fargo Davies, but the senior standout is missing one item on her prep soccer resume: a state championship.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – When the varsity baseball season began two months ago, West Fargo head coach Brett Peterson knew his Packers squad would have a different look to it.
KINDRED – In order to defend their state championships, the Kindred boys and girls golf teams must take their clubs out West.
BISMARCK – Last weekend, Fargo North’s boys 800-meter relay team broke an East Region outdoor track meet record.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Prior to Saturday, no West Fargo girls track and field athlete had ever won the 100-, 200- or 400-meter races at the North Dakota Class A state meet.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Lisbon’s boys state championship defense was successful on Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Fargo North’s Kira Larson has been setting the bar high in the Class A girls high jump the last five years.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Friday was only the third outdoor track and field meet of Megan Johnson’s career, but that didn’t stop the Maple Valley-Enderlin junior from performing among the best in Class B.RELATED CONTENT
A man who ran the Fargo half marathon in honor of a friend killed in Iraq is planning another run to support the military.
Families of North Dakota military members killed in Iraq or Afghanistan form a close-knit group, Shirley Fettig said.
When Minnesota National Guard troops arrive at Fort McCoy, Wis., after 16 months in Iraq, county veterans service officers are making sure they don’t miss any benefits.
A member of the 119th Wing has been named officer of the year.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The military notebook is a new feature that will run each Saturday in The Forum.