Friday’s results Thompson 40, Richland 35 Devils Lake 27, Turtle Mountain 8 Rugby 12, Central Dakota 0 Northern Cass 20, Enderlin/Maple Valley 16 West Fargo Sheyenne 12, West Fargo 0 Fargo Shanley 58, Watford City 0 Fargo Davies 49, Fargo North 6
Prep volleyball 6 Friday’s result Fargo Davies 25-17-25-25,
FARGO -- Grand Forks Red River put together a fourth-quarter rally Friday night. But it wasn't enough to dig out of a big hole. Fargo South quarterback Wyatt Hanson connected with receiver Bless Flomo for three touchdown passes -- 13, 7 and 14 yards -- to open a three-score lead. It was enough for the Bruins to hang on for a 28-21 win over the Roughriders.
East Grand Forks Senior High trailed Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton by double digits in the second half Friday night. It responded with back-to-back touchdowns to take the lead. The Green Wave trailed again with 5:30 to go. That didn’t matter, either.
Defense led the way for Polk County West on Friday. The Thunder allowed visiting Badger-Greenbush-Middle River just 32 yards in total offense as PCW claimed a 20-0 win at Senior High Field in East Grand Forks.
UND cross country coach Dick Clay, the longest-tenured head coach in the history of UND Athletics, announced on Tuesday his intention to retire at the end of the 2018-19 academic year.
A Grand Forks boy was injured Friday after he was struck by a car while crossing a road on a bicycle, according to police. The 12-year-old was trying to cross South Columbia Road at the intersection with 47th Avenue South when he was hit about 3:40 p.m., according to a police news release. A 2015 Cadillac driven by Duanna Gonsorowski, 66, of Grand Forks, entered the intersection as the traffic light turned green when the boy crossed Columbia in front of her. Gonsorowski attempted to steer out of the way but hit him.
The Grand Forks Police Department tested a number of businesses Wednesday to see if they’d sell alcohol to a minor, according to a press release. Several people under 21 helped police by visiting 14 businesses and trying to buy alcohol, the release said. Only Neighbor’s Bar, 4220 Fifth Ave. N., failed the test. The department conducts alcohol compliance checks several times a year, the release said.
The UND football team is hoping Fighting Hawks fans have been anticipating Game Day as much as the players.
Domino’s Pizza recently noted an “overwhelming number” of responses from Grand Forks residents, but they were for potholes, not pizzas. The city of Grand Forks has accepted a $5,000 grant to fill potholes as part of Domino’s “Paving for Pizza” initiative. The business said it assigns grants based on customer feedback, and although a spokesperson couldn’t comment on the number of Grand Forks-specific responses, she said it was a lot.