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Emily Reiten scored early in overtime as Jamestown beat West Fargo 1-0 in loser-out play at the state soccer tournament in Mandan. The Blue Jays advanced to the fifth-place game...
Jamestown will play Bismarck at 2 p.m. in consolation play of the Class A state softball tournament in Jamestown. Two consolation games will be played at 2 p.m. with Minot...
The Class A state baseball and softball tournaments in Jamestown have been delayed. The tentative plan is for a softball coaches meeting at 1 p.m. with the possibility of both...
The University of Jamestown could be headed for a new conference. In what had been whispered about for weeks, the news officially came to light on Wednesday when the school announced it was applying for membership in the Great Plains Athletic Conference. Jamestown currently competes in the North Star Athletic Association with teams primarily located in North Dakota and South Dakota.
For North Star Athletic Association commissioner Cory Anderson, the possibility of the University of Jamestown leaving the league was a "gut punch." Anderson, one of the key architects of the nine-team conference, said losing a lynch pin like Jamestown is a blow, but says the league will continue to thrive.
Tanner Dahl was dreaming about playing professional baseball. Monday, it became a reality. The University of Jamestown standout, and West Fargo native, signed with the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks and was in uniform on Monday night in Grand Prairie, Texas as the RedHawks played the Texas AirHogs in American Association of Independent Baseball action. Dahl was unavailable for comment on Monday after flying out to meet up with the team in Texas. Tom Hager, head coach at UJ, said the RedHawks contacted the Jimmies shortly after their season ended last Thursday in the NAIA national tournament. "They
University of Jamestown pitcher Tanner Dahl has signed with the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks. Dahl was in uniform for the RedHawks in their game on Monday night in Grand Prairie, Texas against...
Power at the plate, and the mound, proved worthy of a winning ticket to the NAIA World Series for Sterling College. The Kansas-based Warriors hit three home runs as part of a 17-hit barrage at the plate, while three pitchers combined for 12 strikeouts in a 14-4 win over Missouri Baptist in the championship game of the NAIA National Tournament at Jack Brown Stadium on Friday. It was a memorable week in Jamestown said Sterling coach Adrian Dinkel, whose team last advanced to the World Series in 2013.
Missouri Baptist and Sterling, Kan., will play at 1 p.m. for a trip to the NAIA World Series. The game is at 1 p.m. at Jack Brown Stadium. Baptist beat...
A record-breaking season came to an end for the University of Jamestown baseball team on Thursday. In what turned into another long pitching battle of attrition at the NAIA National Tournament Opening Round at Jack Brown Stadium, the Jimmies were unable to slow down Missouri Baptist in a 15-8 semifinal loss. Seven Jamestown pitchers were used in the three-hour, 59-minute marathon.