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The Central boys golf team is currently ranked third in the EDC. The Knights have only two tournaments left until the EDC Regional tournament on May 30th. Central is a team that is young. The Knights don't have a single senior on the team and they only have one junior and one sophomore with the rest being freshman and then one 8th grader. The future is certainly bright for Central boys golf.
Have you ever noticed the red door on the corner of North 3rd Street and Demers downtown? Well now you won't miss it. Inside the doors, you'll find The Pedal, an indoor cycling studio owned by UND alum Sarah Newgard. Sarah and her husband Chip created the studio from scratch over a year and a half ago. Since then, The Pedal has welcomed people of all ages, all fitness levels and most importantly, all different kinds of personalities. The full story on The Pedal will air on Sports Sunday this Sunday.
The UND women's basketball team didn't have the season they were hoping for. The team finished 12-18 and lost in the first round of the Big Sky Tournament. But North Dakota has now flipped the page and is focusing on the summer. And with doing that, the team announced four summer captains to lead the way. Seniors, Faith Dooley, Lexi Klabo, Jill Morton and Bailey Strand will be the captains as the Fighting Hawks prepare for their first season in The Summit League.
All of East Grand Forks gathered in the high school gym today to send off one of its beloved sports programs to state. The EGF adapted bowling team is in its first year as a high school sport, that alone would have been memorable for the school district. But to add to it, the team will head to Brooklyn Center, Minnesota for the state tournament tomorrow. The Green Wave competed in the section tournament last week in Fergus Falls and found out on Friday the whole team will get to compete at the state meet. The reaction to this news was priceless for these kids.
Fargo Davies edges G.F. Central, 2-1.
West Fargo edges G.F. Central, 4-3. West Fargo Sheyenne shuts out G.F. Red River, 6-0.
The UND softball team had their season come to an end over the weekend after the Big Sky Conference Tournament was cancelled early due to rain. This meant the Fighting Hawks had 5 seniors play in their final game. Taylor Nadler, Kaylin VanDomelen, Natalie Gerber, Michaela Zins and Hannah Bergh left their mark on this program. In the 2014-2015 season when most arrived at North Dakota, the softball team went 12-43 overall with a 1-20 record.
GRAND FORKS - The Midwest Premier Football League team in Grand Forks played its second game of the season this weekend. The game supported autism along with fragile X awareness, plus another special gesture to honor mother's day. A rose was handed out to every mother that came to the game.. a small gesture, but a big reminder on this Mother's Day Weekend..
In the team scores, Fargo Davies wins the tournament with a 294 while Red River finished in second with a 301 and Central in 4th with a 321.
North Dakota is upset by Northern Colorado in the opening round of the Big Sky Conference Tournament, 7-4. The Fighting Hawks will have to win tomorrow to keep their season alive.