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9-man Passers

Taylor Zemlicka, WSS as a junior threw for 1376 yds 20 Tds/ 918 yards in the last three weeks with 9 TDs Alex Eschenba , Faulkton 162 ypg with 67% completion Tyler Taschner, Hamliln thrown for 632 yards so far Phil Bunkowske, GPL 72% 149 ypg 12 TDs Trever Petersen, Deubrook Jess Feist, Harding County, 616 yards and 5 TD Cody...
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High School Preview for 9/30

We’re on the tail half of the regular season, so it’s time to start thinking about the playoffs and possible matchups, as well as what certain teams might need to get from the outside into the playoffs: Starting in North Dakota, class AAA and class AA both still have three regional games remaining, so it’s a tough call right now, but this much...
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Coach Q&A: John Stiegelmeier, SDSU

It's safe to say that the 2010 season was a disappointment for South Dakota State. After earning their first FCS playoff berth in 2009, the Jackrabbits had hoped to take another step forward as a program. The team did show flashes, particularly by winning five of their last seven games. It was the 0-4 start that proved to be the Jacks'...
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Devastation In Minot Is Real

When the Souris River began to pour over its banks and into the heart of Minot, N.D. in late June, it captivated the region. I, like many of you, watched from afar as the citizens of the "Magic City" fought to save what was left of their  homes and their city. The record-setting water levels were expected, but the devastation the flood would...

Andera's Power Rankings 9/25/11

Who would have imagined that Roosevelt and Yankton would be the only two remaining unbeatens in South Dakota’s biggest class. By the way they face off this Friday in Yankton. And who would have thought that Grand Forks Red River would have twice as many wins as Fargo South and West Fargo combined in North Dakota’s biggest class. It’s been a season...
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Coach Q&A: Paul Rudolph, Minot St.

Minot State is ready for a new era. The Beavers have been approved to make the final step in the transition to NCAA Division II, and will compete as a "provisional member" in 2011. MSU is faced with a very difficult schedule, but head coach Paul Rudolph thinks the experience of this season will prove invaluable to the program. Q. What are you...
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