SUBSCRIBE NOW Just 99¢ for your first month

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

North Dakota Boys

Red River's Carter Sproule and Jamestown's Nolan Nenow tied for the team lead in goals.
Red River's Carter Sproule and Wyatt LeDuc, as well as Grand Forks Central's Dillon Kuntz received all-state honors.
The Roughriders win program's 19th state title and second in the last three years.
There was no stopping the high-flying Eagles, who scored early and often in their 6-0 rout of West Fargo Sheyenne in the North Dakota boys hockey state tournament semifinals

ADVERTISEMENT

Latest Headlines
The Roughriders scored twice on a five-minute major power play in the third period.
The Riders will now face Fargo South/Shanley in the state semifinals late Friday night.
The second-seeded Eagles rattled off three third-period goals as they picked up a 3-1 win over West No. 3 seed Minot
The Bruins dominated from start to finish as they pushed their winning streak to nine games on Thursday with a 4-1 victory over Mandan.
Sheyenne (13-12) added to an already historic week as it pulled off a 3-2 win over Jamestown (20-5) at Scheels Arena.
The Roughriders, the No. 3 seed from the East Region, have been state front-runners, as well as needed to cling to a win in double overtime to advance to state.

ADVERTISEMENT

Blue Jays have never won a state hockey championship, while Red River High School aims to continue dominance by Grand Forks' schools
South-Shanley used its special teams to pick up a 3-1 win over Davies and lock up the East’s No. 1 seed for the North Dakota boys hockey state tournament
The Roughriders used two goals from sophomore Grant Gardner to win Monday's state qualifier over Fargo North.

ADVERTISEMENT