Sorry I haven’t gotten around to these the last couple days, but I’ve actually been a little busy if you’d believe it.
Fargo looks like it possibly maybe could be past the worst in the flood.
If you watched the UND hockey game on ESPN2 this afternoon, I’m sure you experienced a range of emotions. Ugh. Sioux lost 6-5 in OT after New Hampshire scored the tying goal with one-tenth of a second remaining in regulation. I’ll repeat that, ONE-TENTH OF A SECOND. UNH then scored the game-winner 45 seconds into OT during a UND shift change. Ouch.
The State Am basketball tournament is going on in Minot right now. The Minot Daily News did a notebook on it and mentioned Dickinson’s own Kyle Ryder, who plays for Army’s West and hit 10 3-pointers in the team’s 100-80 win yesterday. (Keep in mind, they call him Tyler Ryder in the story). Also featured is a photo of former DSU standout Sara Berglund, as well as a piece that mentions Minot State QB and former Mott-Regent standout Jon Meier.
Here is the Trib’s story on Juno Pintar resigning as University of Mary men’s basketball coach. It doesn’t sound like he was forced out like many were whispering.
In Minnesota, Pelican Rapids won the Class 2A state boys basketball championship in a walk. They beat St. Bernards 80-68 to finish the season 33-0. The unreal part about this team is that they averaged 82.3 points per game and the state title game the closest game the Vikings played all season. Talk about ridiculous.