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The Ellendale Cardinals have historically gotten off to slow starts on their first day at the Jamestown Civic Center, but once the wheels get turning the girls from south of town are difficult to stop. A 10-0 run by the Cards to start the second half against the LaMoure Loboes on Saturday assured the team a shot at the three-peat, as Ellendale defeated LaMoure 46-34 in the semifinals of the District 5 Tournament. "We talked at halftime about having a good start to the second half," Ellendale coach Matt Herman said.
Every coach talks about having his or her team peak at the right time of the season, which very well appears to be the case for the LaMoure Loboes as they entered the District 5 Girls' Basketball tournament in Jamestown on Friday. LaMoure senior guard Mackenzie Bickford torched the net for five three-pointers and a game-high 21 points, helping LaMoure scoot past Litchville-Marion-Montpelier 57-36 during the quarterfinals in the final time the two teams will meet up on the basketball court as foes. The LaMoure and Litchville-Marion public school districts plan to co-op their basketball teams
The two-time defending champion Ellendale Cardinals get a bye in the opening round of the District 5 Girls' Basketball Tournament starting this evening at the Jamestown Civic Center. Graduation took its toll on the team, as they replaced its entire starting five this season. But what Ellendale coach Matt Herman has done with his new flock of Cardinals has been nothing short of spectacular, as he's had his team's offense rolling all season to a record of 14-5 and the tournament's No.
In the ever expanding world of Class B sports co-ops, a good one has been established in south-central North Dakota. Two years as the Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock Lions has equaled two trips to the state Class B boys' basketball tournament, as the Lions upended Napoleon 63-54 in the Region 3 championship game in Jamestown on Thursday. "I always felt that we had great kids in Linton. Well, those H-M-B kids are awful doggone nice kids, too," said Linton-HMB coach Dan Carr, who also picked up his second consecutive Region 3 Coach of the Year award on Thursday night.
The Napoleon Imperials have found themselves in a position they haven't been in since taking fourth at the state Class B Boys' Basketball Tournament way back in 1992. For the first time in 20 years, the Imperials are back in the Region 3 championship game after defeating Edgeley-Kulm 52-47 in the region semifinals at the Jamestown Civic Center on Tuesday night. Napoleon senior guard Jonah Schwartzenberger capped the third period with five straight points and a huge three-pointer from the top of the key at the buzzer, as the Imperials went up 39-35 to start the fourth and they'd hold on to th
When Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock senior Cody Sehn drained a pair of free throws with 6 minutes, 26 seconds left in the third period of Tuesday's semifinals of the Region 3 Boys' Basketball Tournament at the Jamestown Civic Center, the No.
The Edgeley-Kulm Rebels and head coach Kevin Strobel had just a couple of things on their minds heading into Monday's opening round of the Region 3 Boys' Basketball Tournament in Jamestown. And, they executed both to perfection. The Rebels outrebounded the Strasburg-Zeeland Clippers 42-25 and defensively held their opponent to a single field goal for two total points in the fourth period, as Edgeley-Kulm cruised into tonight's semifinal matchup vs.
The Napoleon Imperials made a statement with their 78-73 double-overtime victory over Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock last Saturday in the championship game of the District 6 Boys' Basketball Tournament in Wishek. First and foremost, it was the team's first district title in two decades. But it also cemented the Imperials as a bona fide contender for the Region 3 tournament crown, which gets underway today at 3 p.m. inside the Jamestown Civic Center. "We haven't won the district since '92," Napoleon head coach Caleb Ketterling said. "That's 20 years coming for us.
A five-goal first period by the visiting Packers was the catalyst, as West Fargo snapped the Jamestown Blue Jay girls' hockey team's three-game winning streak 9-4 during the Jays' regular-season finale at Wilson Arena on Friday night. It was all West Fargo in the opening 17 minutes, who also defeated Jamestown 5-0 in West Fargo back on Jan. 10. Freshman forward Maddy Nelson punched in her fourth and fifth goals of the season to give the Packers a 2-0 advantage with 9:02 left to play in the first, which opened the flood gates.
Jamestown High School's "Tenacious 10" made its presence felt during the opening round of the state Class A individual wrestling tournament at the Bismarck Civic Center on Thursday. The Blue Jays advanced three of those athletes into today's semifinals, while the remaining seven are still alive and will be coming through the wrestlebacks today to try to make it to the podium. Overall, Jamestown currently sits in a seventh-place tie with Grand Forks Red River with 39 points in the individual team standings.