Grand Forks General Sports
Micah Gallagher passed for only 301 yards during the regular season. The Hillsboro-Central Valley junior picked up his aerial game Saturday. Gallagher was 8-of-10 passing for 166 yards. He had touchdown throws of 4 yards to Gavin Wright and 32 yards to Landen Reed as the Burros beat Harvey-Wells County 49-8 in Hillsboro in the opening round of the North Dakota Class A high school football playoffs. Gallagher also rushed for 60 yards and a TD.
THE FACTS Who: UND (4-2) at Sacramento State (2-4) When: 8 p.m. Where: Hornet Stadium. TV: MidcoSN2. Webcast: WatchBigSky.com/Pluto TV Radio: 96.1 FM (Jack Michaels play-by-play, Mike Berg analyst, Paul Ralston sidelines) THE STATS UND Passing Nate Ketteringham 96-168-5, 1,111 yards, 10 TDs Rushing John Santiago 72-467, TD Brady Oliveira 81-443, 3 TDs James Johannesson 58-348, 2 TDs Nate Ketteringham 39-123, 5 TDs Cam McKinney 11-60 Receiving
Men's basketball 6 NSIC preseason poll 1. Minnesota State-Mankato (8 first-place votes); 2. St. Cloud State (5); 3. Sioux Falls (3); 4. Winona State; 5. Northern State; 6. Southwest Minnesota; 7. Augustana; 8. MSU-Moorhead; 9. Upper Iowa; 10. Minnesota Duluth; 11. Minnesota-Crookston; 12. Wayne State; 13. Minot State; 14. Bemidji State; 15. Concordia-St. Paul; 16. Mary Women's basketball 6 NSIC preseason poll
Prep volleyball 6 Wednesday's results West Fargo 25-25-25, GF Red River 22-19-13 GF Red River (kills-blocks-service aces)—Cassidy Corbett 25 digs; Alex Richards 1-0-0 (10 digs); Ella Fosse 1-0-0 (13 assists); Liv Lotysz 5-0-0; Jada Steen 5-2-0; Jadyn Sondrol 0-0-2 (15 digs); Kaylee Lancaster 1-0-2; Ashlee Welch 0-0-1 (13 assists); Alex Page 6-2-0 (15 digs); Karlie Robson 11-0-1 West Fargo—N/A Prep football 6 Wednesday's results West Fargo Sheyenne 47, Fargo South 7
East Grand Forks Senior High picked up a key road win Wednesday night, downing Pequot Lakes 32-29 in a Section 8AAA game. The win improved Senior High to 5-3 and gives the Green Wave a likely home game in the section playoffs. Senior High is expected to receive a first-round bye and would host a second-round game on Oct. 27.
After welcoming his second child on Monday, West Fargo boys soccer coach James Moe didn't necessarily need another state championship to make this a week to remember. Even so, he was hardly in the mood to complain with the result of Saturday's title game. Daniel Collins saved his best for last, scoring a breakaway goal with 2 minutes and 32 seconds to play, lifting the Packers to a fourth state championship with a 1-0 win in a thriller over Fargo Davies.
College hockey 6 Friday's results
Girls tennis EGF wins section: East Grand Forks Senior High downed Park Rapids 5-2 on Friday to win the Minnesota Section 8A team title at Courts Plus in Fargo. With the win, Senior High qualifies for the state tournament for the first time in program history. "I've had a feeling for a while with this team that they would pull this off," said Senior High coach Kyle Hanson. "Our whole lineup has had a great ability to win close matches. In tennis, it is hard to learn how to win, but when you do it seems to just keep building and building. That's what has
It seems reasonable to think the Bismarck Century defense had never seen a scoring attack like the one West Fargo threw at the Patriots Friday. Daniel Collins had two goals and an assist, and the Packers earned a 4-0 win over a Patriot team that had allowed five goals all season in the North Dakota boys soccer state tournament semifinals Friday at Cushman Field. By night's end, Collins had 30 goals on the season, perhaps none of which were more impressive than the one he scored in the first half Friday.
Austin Underhill didn't get a chance to see his handiwork. But after nearly 100 minutes of soccer in sub-30 degree temperatures, the sight of a soccer ball in the back of the net was more than enough for the senior goalkeeper. Underhill came out of goal and launched a free kick more than 50 yards in the air, over the heads of Fargo South defenders and at the feet of Seth Kalberer, who drove a shot into the Bruin goal, lifting Bismarck Century to a 1-0 overtime win in the opening round of the North Dakota state boys soccer tournament Thursday at Cushman Field.