Domenic is the Sports Director at WDAY. He comes to Fargo from WNCE-TV in Glens Falls, NY where he launched the sports department at the independent station. Before that, Domenic worked at WSTM, the NBC affiliate in Syracuse, NY as a photographer and live truck operator for over two years. He graduated from Oswego State University in 2002 with a degree in Broadcasting. Domenic hails from the lake effect snow capital of the world, Oswego, NY, he joined the WDAY Sports Department in September 2006.
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WEST FARGO - If you think you've got a busy next few days ahead, Aiden Johnson is here to tell you it's nothing compared to his schedule. The eleven year old from West Fargo is set to run in three separate Fargo Marathon races and likely beat people three to four times his age. His running career started my accident! Johnson won the Fargo Marathon youth run last year and will run the 5K and 10K races for the second straight year. He hopes to compete in the half-marathon next May.
MOORHEAD - Sam Haiby's basketball talents will take her to a Power 5 conference. Haiby committed to play basketball at the University of Nebraska tonight. Haiby, is already Moorhead's all-time leader in points for girls basketball tells Dom Izzo she chose Nebraska over scholarship offers from Creighton, Minnesota and Arizona. Haiby says her relationship with Huskers coach Amy Williams was a big reason why she chose Lincoln. Williams was the coach at South Dakota until 2016, when she led the Coyotes to the WNIT championship.
FARGO - From small beginnings, the Fargo Marathon has ballooned to a weeklong event. One man has an aggressive schedule this week, former Davies standout Branden Scheel. Scheel will be on his bike for the Cylcothon, then he'll be running in the 5K on Friday night and looking for a second 10 K title in three years. He's transitioning into the world of triathlons, but the preparation is tricky. Scheel won the Chain of Lakes Triathlon in Alexandria last week and is among the contenders to win a title this week.
FARGO - Finals were last week at NDSU, but the real homework is just beginning for the Bison softball team. After a grueling weekend to win the Summit League Tournament, now they have to prepare for the defending national champion. NDSU found out late Sunday night that they will play Oklahoma Friday in the opening round. The Sooners are no slouch this year, posting a 50-8 record and feature two great pitchers. Norman, Oklahoma was the site of NDSU's greatest Division 1 win eight years ago, but this is a different challenge that awaits.
FARGO - Matti Mortimore said it wasn't his best day. It didn't seem to matter Thursday on the opening day of the Summit League Track Championships. The NDSU standout uncorked a 244 foot, 6 inch throw to win his third straight Summit League javelin title. Mortimore is ranked second in the country in the event. Former Bison basketball standout Dexter Werner returned to the javelin after not throwing since his days at Bismarck High. Werner had a solid outing, throwing 186 feet, five inches to finish in fourth.
WEST FARGO - Sami Dullum says she doesn't think about hitting home runs when she's in the batters box in fear she'll screw up. Everything was a breeze for her on Thursday night, as Dullum hit four home runs in four at-bats as West Fargo blasted Sheyenne 14-4 in five innings. Dullum, a Bemidji State softball commit, hit a solo shot, two-run, solo and two-run homer to total for six RBIs.
FARGO - North Dakota State started its quest to another Summit League outdoor track championship in fine style Thursday. The Bison brought home four individual titles, all from the throwing team. Katelyn Weimerskirch won a second straight hammer toss title, throwing 206 feet, five inches to set a meet record. Mott native Alyssa Olin won the javelin title with a toss of 162 feet, 4 inches, her first Summit League crown.
Fargo, ND - The NDSU softball team is heading into the Summit League Tournament in an unfamiliar place. The Bison are the second seed, and looking to capture their fourth straight tournament title. NDSU is putting its postseason hopes in a group of players who have had a trial by fire this season.
FARGO - The Sheyenne baseball team exploded in a big time way Tuesday night, scoring 22 runs in a 22-5 win over Davies. The Mustangs improved to 8-6 in EDC play, while the Eagles fell to 10-5 in conference play.
WEST FARGO - The West Fargo softball team improved to 14-0 in conference play Tuesday night with a 10-0, five inning win over Davies. The Packers are now 18-3 on the season. Davies falls to 10-5 in the EDC.