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Preview of the Stutsman County girls basketball tournament.
Jimmies sweep Oglala Lakota College at home.
Jays defeated in Hockey at home by Grafton-Park River.
University of Jamestown advances in NAIA volleyball tournament.
Being in the best postseason position the program has ever been in hasn't placed any pressure on the University of Jamestown volleyball team. The No.
A streak that has spanned well over a decade was snapped inside Jamestown High School's Jerry Meyer Arena on Thursday night. Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter was crowned champion of Region 3 volleyball, defeating District 6 rival Linton-HMB 21-25, 25-23, 33-31 and 25-14. The Imperials will be making a state tournament appearance next week for the first time since placing eighth at state in 1999. The state tournament begins next Thursday in Minot. "We knew we had to come out strong. We just felt like we had nothing to lose," Napoleon-G-S senior setter Kali Schwartzenberger said.
LaMoure wanted to come out and execute its game. Mission accomplished for the Loboes, who made a statement on Monday during the quarterfinals of the Region 3 volleyball tournament at Jamestown High School. The freshman duo of setter Jackie Meiklejohn and Anna Holen helped the Loboes power past Kidder County 25-6, 25-12 and 25-17.
They're teammates some of the time, but all of the time, they're friends. That team chemistry propelled the Carrington Cardinals into today's semifinals of the Region 3 volleyball tournament at Jamestown High School. Senior setter Brooke Rosenau tossed up 44 assists, helping the Cardinals cruise past South Border 25-11, 24-26, 25-21, 25-15 during Monday's quarterfinals. Carrington faces Linton-HMB today at 6 p.m. with a trip to the title match on the line. "I can honestly say all those girls on the court are my best friends," Rosenau said.
LAMOURE — LaMoure-Litchville-Marion standout Anthony Olson was simply unstoppable on Saturday. For the second time this season, the senior running back — along with his offensive teammates — ran wild...
Persistence finally paid off for a pair of JHS swimmers. After toying with state-qualifying times all season long, junior Kailey Alber and sophomore Madisen Prasek finally kicked open the door...