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High School Baseball/Softball Power Rankings

North Dakota Class A Aces Ben Strahm, West Fargo Demitry Zafra, Minot Nathan Dinga, Bismarck Colin Hennessy, Grand Forks Red River Kole Bauer, Bismarck We're coming down to the final week of the season and it's just as unpredictable as it was when the season started. The teams that are going to make a deep playoff push are the ones...
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Howard Wood Dakota Relays: Weekend In Review

Outside of the respective North and South Dakota state meets, there simply isn't a better showcase of track and field talent in this area than the Howard Wood Dakota Relays. It's an event that's taken place in Sioux Falls (nearly) every spring since 1923, and the scope of it as a premier competition has only grown over the years. This past...
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High School Baseball/Softball Power Rankings

South Dakota Class A There are several teams that could stake a claim to the top spot in Class A. The Roosevelt Rough Riders split with Huron on Monday but seem to have the most firepower both on the mound and at the plate. Most of their starting lineup is hitting at or near .300 and their team average is .285 with 107 runs in 18 games. Their...
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High School Baseball/Softball Power Rankings

ND Class A Power Rankings 1. Dickinson 8-2  (Won 5 in a row) 2. Fargo North 8-4 (8-0 in region only losses in SD) 3. GF Red River 6-2 (won 6 in a row after losing two to FN; beat WF in two close games) 4. Bismarck 7-5 (4-2 in region, split Minot on Friday, beat Century twice 4/21) 5. Century 8-6 (5-1 in region just no hit St. Mary,...
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High School Baseball and Softball Power Rankings

SD Class A The Washington Warriors have won six of the last seven games including a 9-5 win in Yankton on Monday. The Warriors are missing a lot of pieces from their contending team last year but Coach Chris Janisch likes this team’s toughness. Roosevelt split a series with Watertown but still remain atop the rankings. Pierre, O'Gorman, and...
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High School Track and Field Preview 2014: Athletes to Watch

Let's be honest: not every sports fan extends their support and excitement to track and field. It’s one of those sports that tends to divide opinions. You either love it...or you want nothing to do with it. (As I've enthusiastically volunteered to cover track for MidcoSN this spring, I think you can venture a guess as to what camp I'm in.) If...
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