Maybe we should call them the Fantastic Four? My top-ranked teams remain the same in both baseball and softball, but find out who's rising and who's falling as the regular season nears its end.
NDSU continues to hit the road recruiting hard this spring and found another Junior College Guard to help boost the backcourt.
Roosevelt is still unbeaten at 24-0. They took another sweep against Mitchell and beat Moorhead (MN) and O'Gorman in the last week. They finish out their season with games against Harrisburg, Yankton and Lincoln next week. Pierre stays close at number two. They got a no-hitter from Joe King against Sturgis, their pitching staff has been outstanding this year. Mitchell creeps up to number three, they're only losses this season have been to the elite teams in the state but they are in good shape for a postseason push. Then Brandon, Harrisburg and Brookings have all been vulnerable but have shown signs of being true contenders as well.
It’s here, friends.
Today marks the start of the 92nd Howard Wood Dakota Relays, one of the most storied track and field meets in the upper Midwest.
It’s an event that started in the 1920s - 1923, to be exact - and continues to get better and better, with over 3000 individual athletes and 130-plus teams set to compete in Sioux Falls this time...
Track in the Dakotas revolves around three things: the weather (for example, see last weekend in southeastern SoDak), each states' respective state meet, and the Howard Wood Dakota Relays.
As important as state meets are - and you can't discount the lasting significance of a state title, either as a team or individual - there's a case to be made...
Dickinson is the new number one team in Class A and the Midgets are about to be tested by another top 5 team. Plus, we have a pair teams cracking the MidcoSN power rankings for the first time this season.