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FARGO — Likely to the chagrin of the rest of the state, an already unbeaten Fargo North-South girls hockey team only appears to be getting noticeably better. Katelyn Arman scored two goals in the final 3 minutes, 33 seconds of the first period, and North-South's swarming attack proved too much for West Fargo United in a 4-0 win Tuesday night.
Noah Jamison and Timothy Hulbert each won four events to lead West Fargo to a comfortable 115-70 win over West Fargo Sheyenne in Eastern Dakota Conference boys swimming and diving Friday night. Jamison won the 200-yard individual medley in 2:11.30 and the 100 backstroke in 1:03.42, while Hulbert was victorious with times of 1:56.56 in the 200 freestyle and 59.51 in the 100 butterfly.
FARGO — Hunter Lyman knew he needed to do something special for his first varsity start, and the 6-foot-8 junior center did just that. Lyman scored 23 points and grabbed nine rebounds as West Fargo went into Fargo Davies and upset the top-ranked Eagles 78-72 in Eastern Dakota Conference boys basketball action Thursday. Having already established himself off the bench as a key compliment to starting center Luke Lennon, Lyman looked unguardable in the paint for much of the night.
FARGO — Though initially reluctant to say the West Fargo girls basketball team is on a revenge tour following a tough 2017-18 season, McKenna Becher eventually calls it like it is. The junior guard had 18 points and seven rebounds and the Packers got payback from three ugly losses to Fargo Davies a season ago, forcing 24 turnovers in a 61-50 Eastern Dakota Conference win Tuesday night on Davies' home court.
WEST FARGO - A surprise first period may have briefly had West Fargo's boys hockey team thinking upset in a matchup with unbeaten juggernaut Grand Forks Central Tuesday. As they've made a habit of doing to most teams in recent years, the Knights swiftly squashed such aspirations. After falling in a surprise 1-0 hole, five different players scored in a second period when the Knights held the Packers without a shot, en route to an 8-2 win in Eastern Dakota Conference boys hockey action at the West Fargo Sports Arena.
WEST FARGO — After missing a free throw late in the first half, Fargo Davies guard Braeton Motschenbacher was treated to "overrated" taunts from the West Fargo Sheyenne student section. It would be one of the few opportunities the Mustangs would have to smack talk the senior guard. Motschenbacher scored 26 points and kick-started a critical 11-0 second-half run to lead the Class A top-ranked Eagles to a 77-62 high school boys basketball win over the third-ranked Mustangs Friday night.
WEST FARGO — Mariah Schatz spent over a year waiting for an opportunity like the one she was presented with Friday night, and the West Fargo senior pounced. Schatz recorded a 12-point, 10-rebound double-double, and was a force on both ends of the court, as West Fargo was dominant from the start in a 54-40 girls basketball road win over rival West Fargo Sheyenne. After an ACL tear forced her to miss the entire 2017-18 season, Schatz could only watch as the Packers limped to an 8-16 finish. This included three losses to the rival Mustangs by a combined 101 points.
Brayden Jacobson proved quite adept at making an entrance Tuesday. The sophomore forward scored four goals, finding the net early in all three periods to lift the West Fargo boys hockey team to an 8-5 win over West Fargo Sheyenne. Jacobson wasted no time getting the Packers on the board, blasting home an unassisted goal just 15 seconds into the game.
FARGO — Looking to bounce back from a tough loss, a balanced Fargo North-South girls hockey team overcame a few lapses to earn a needed conference win. Grace Emineth had two goals and an assist, goalie Alex Kinney had 16 saves and North-South pulled away for a 4-1 win over West Fargo United Tuesday at the Coliseum. Emineth started the scoring with 9 minutes, 45 seconds remaining in the opening period, taking a pass from Abby Promersberger and sneaking a shot past goalie Brooklyn Myrvik.
WEST FARGO — Christian Kuntz scored 25 of his 32 points in the first half, leading West Fargo Sheyenne to a 74-50 win over Grand Forks Central in boys basketball action Friday. Kuntz his five 3-pointers in the first half while also converting two 3-point plays for the Mustangs, who led by as much as 40 in the second half. Ryan Reynolds pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds for the third-ranked Mustangs, who improve to 3-0. Chris Demuth had 32 points of his own in a losing effort for the 1-2 Knights.