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Two Fargo Soccer Club teams — mostly made up of West Fargo girls — took home first-place trophies at the Hub City Soccer Club Futsal Classic in Aberdeen, S.D. on...
The boys basketball season recently came to an end, and with it an impressive 16-week performance — along with the high school career — of Packer forward Travis Schock. The 6-foot-2-inch senior finished the season with 463 points — the fourth-highest season total in Packer history —and an average of 21 points per game, almost 10 points per game higher than his average last season and 13 points higher than his his first varsity season as a sophomore. “Travis is one of those rare guys in Class A basketball that got to play a lot for three years,” head coach Greg Limke said.
The winter sports season came to an end for West Fargo High School this past weekend, culminating with a sixth-place finish for the Packer girls basketball team in the state tournament. The team — who was undefeated less than three weeks ago — started the tournament with a 62-59 upset loss on Thursday to Minot, who made a Cinderella run to the championship game before falling to Shanley.
Sheyenne High School students were able to put their ideas on display during Friday morning’s Innovation Day. Students — either from Sheyenne’s Intro to Engineering and Design class or its Family Consumer Education class — were able to show off their various innovations to the public using information boards and models they themselves created. Most of the students are in the Intro to Engineering and Design class and have been working on this project since October. “They came up with ideas and worked through a couple of steps in the design process, and then we gave them a few months to think
Roughly 200 archers from around the area made the trip to Veterans Memorial Arena this past weekend for the Scheels Classic 3-D Archery Shoot, organized by the Sandhills Archery Club...
The Fargo Area BMX Club, formerly the West Fargo BMX Association, lost its track at Elmwood Park in the fall of 2012. Fifteen months later, the club is still struggling...
A season of ups and downs for the West Fargo boys came to an end on Saturday. The Packers lost two of three games during the Eastern Dakota Conference tournament and were unable to secure a spot in the state tournament this weekend. The team — entering the tournament as the No. 4 seed — started the week with a 84-63 loss to No.
The Packer boys swim team ended its season on Saturday with a fourth-place finish in the state tournament at the University of North Dakota. They finished with 253 points, behind Fargo North, Minot and state champion Bismarck Century. “I thought we did really well on the first day,” head coach Marsha Dahl said. “Every event but one were best times for us.
The West Fargo girls basketball team is returning to the state tournament, but it is not as sweet of a return as they would have liked. The conference-leading Packers will enter the tournament as the east’s No. 2 seed after taking second in the Eastern Dakota Conference tournament this past weekend. The girls started the tournament with a 74-70 victory over Grand Forks Red River — the conference’s No. 9 seed — on Tuesday evening. “It’s a crazy time, and they are a tough matchup for any team,” head coach Barb Metcalf said.
Cheney Middle School recently had five of its Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) students see their efforts recognized at the national level. The five seventh-graders — Hunter Koehmstedt, Joram Stith, Haison Nguyen, Seralyn Blake and Zach Milbrandt — are creating an application called “Snap Docs,” the concept of which won one of eight “Best in Nation” awards in the Verizon Innovative App Challenge on Wednesday, Feb. 26. “I think these students won because they work hard, but also have strong communication skills,” Cheney Assistant Principal Adam Gehlhar said.