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WDAY TV - Central Cass bounced back coming off its first loss of the season a week ago. Jonah Lietz lead the charge for the Squirrels throwing four touchdowns in a 50-0 win over Watford City. Third ranked Central Cass improves to 4-1. The Wolves fall to 0-5.
GRAND FORKS - UND's most prominent alum was back in Grand Forks Thursday night. Basketball hall of famer Phil Jackson was honored by receiving the Sioux Award, which is the highest honor given by the UND Alumni Association for achievement, service and loyalty. Before his NBA career, Jackson played three years at UND, where he averaged 27 points a game his senior year, the highest still in school history. He said Thursday he had a loyalty for UND even before he arrived.
GRAND FORKS - The B is going to the Betty.
FARGO - When Bison fans saw Brock Robbins haul in two receptions Saturday against North Alabama, they probably had to do a double take on who was catching the ball. Robbins was an amazing offensive talent at Cavalier High School and Chris Klieman said that he's targeted Robbins as a potential break out player this fall. He's moved from fullback to tight end and now he's becoming an option for Easton Stick.
WDAY TV - Oxbow native and NDSU great Amy Olson was back on a golf course Wednesday in Sioux Falls, smiling and taking photos. You would have never known that Olson went thru the most difficult day on a golf course just three days ago. Olson double bogeyed the 72nd hole of the Evian Championship, costing her first professional win and major. Its been difficult for dealt with the emotions of the last few days, but she is putting a tough loss past her.
MAYVILLE, N.D. - MayPort-C-G's Dawson Sedivec's was poised for a promising high school athletic career as just a freshman, but in one moment he nearly lost it all.
VALLEY CITY, N.D. - The North Dakota High School Activities football plan for the next two years is now finalized. WDAY Sports was the first to tell you about some of the schools moving in March. Shanley and Jamestown will be moving from Class 2A to Class 3A next year. Hillbsoro-Central Valley, Kindred, Beulah, Hazen and Stanley will move up to 2A. Grafton will move down from Class 2A to Class A. Thompson, Oakes, Hatton-Northwood and South Prairie are among the schools that are making the jump from 9-man to Class A.
WDAY TV - Fargo Davies continued its hot streak on Tuesday night. The Eagles beat Fargo Shanley 3-1 to extend their win streak to 13 games. Sophomore Grace Solberg lead Davies with 17 kills. Across the river, Moorhead made quick work of Fargo North, winning, 3-0.
WDAY Sports - The Moorhead Spuds are still without a win in 2018, but they came close Friday night. The Spuds fell to St. Cloud Tech, 48-42 in five overtimes. Moorhead falls to 0-3 on the season.
FERGUS FALLS - Detroit Lakes continued to take its section by storm Friday night. The Lakers routed Fergus Falls, 49-7. Detroit Lakes running back Isaiah Thompson was a workhorse for the Lakers. Thompson a 66 yard, 44 yard, and 40 yard touchdown run in the win. The Lakers improve to 3-0.