What will become of the College Football Playoff?

December 19, 2018

We are now five years removed from the first College Football Playoff, and the questions that were raised prior to its inception are still prevalent today. Should it expand to include eight teams? How much weight does a conferen...

North boys basketball leaves south with the win

Elly Kenninger, Junior Editor-in-Chief

December 14, 2018

The Fargo North boys basketball team took on the Bruins on Thursday at South High. Seniors, Keaton Hoeg and Jake Loberg, Along with juniors, Carson Critchley, Blayne Anderson, and Cayden Rickard started off the game. After a couple missed shots and steals between the two teams, Hoeg made the first points of the ...

Boy’s Hockey: North High defeat Grafton in Stunning Blowout

Jimmy Johnson

December 13, 2018

Friday, December 7th, Grafton met Fargo North at the coliseum. Early in the season, teams fight to set the tone, North High had been shaky as of their first few games, but certainly looked in form against Grafton, as they picke...

North boy’s basketball unable to secure win against Davies

Elly Kenninger, Junior editor-in-chief

December 8, 2018

The Fargo North Boy’s basketball team faced Davies on Friday, December 7th. The game took place at Fargo North making this matchup their season debut in the Spartan Dome.  The game began with seniors Jake Loberg and Jonas Gest...

North hires Butery as Girls Track Coach

Jake Loberg, Sports Editor

December 7, 2018

Fargo North has hired Talia Butery as the new head coach of the girls track program after previous coach Aaron Walker resigned earlier this year. Butery had served as an assistant with the track program since 2011, and is the...

NDSU Football Keeps Rolling

November 29, 2018

The Bison have kept the tides of victory rolling through this year as it progresses. Boasting seven undefeated seasons over their long history, the team hopes to add another one this year. Last year’s team had a record of 14-1,...

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