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WDAY TV - 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.
WEST FARGO - Depth proved to be the difference maker between South and Sheyenne on the tennis court. The Bruins beat the Mustangs, 5-4 to snap Sheyenne's eight game win streak. South's Geoffrey Youngs, Max Olson, Austin Zurn, and Grant Gillett won singles matches. Sheyenne's Kamden Coles and Mason Urlacher won their singles matches.
WEST FARGO - A battle between the top two teams in the EDC lived up to the hype Thursday night. Prior to meeting Davies and Sheyenne hadn't lost a conference game yet this season. It took five sets to determine a winner, but the Eagles soared in the final set,15-11. Davies junior Madi Langlie lead her team with 19 kills. The Eagles improves to 12-0 overall and 8-0 in the EDC.
FARGO - On a Friday full of big games, there may not be a bigger one than the showdown at Davies as the Eagles welcome Sheyenne to South Fargo. This is just week two of EDC play, but this could determine who claims the conference crown. The Eagles have rebounded after a season opening loss to score 91 points in their last two games. A win Friday night and they'd equal their season total from 2017. Davies would also get some payback for a tough loss to Sheyenne last season.
FARGO - NDSU is in the midst of the most dominant stretch in FCS history with six titles in seven years, but it's not the only time NDSU has dominated its competition. Thirty years ago, the Bison were on a roll in Division 2 that sounds pretty similiar with four titles in six years. That included the only previous matchup between NDSU and this weekend's opponent, North Alabama.
CASSELTON - North Dakota 2A football has been the exclusive domain of Shanley and St. Mary's for the last decade, they have combined for seven state titles since 2009. There's a challenger to the throne this fall. They reside on the new palace on the prairie in Casselton, Central Cass. The Squirrels have raced out of the gates to a 3-0 start. This is an impressive turnaround for the Squirrels who won just three games all of last year.
WAHPETON - A high schooler is captivating the community in Wahpeton with his perseverance and attitude. Jacob Petermann knew going into his sophomore year on the basketball court he had potential for a big season, but in one day, his life changed forever. January 12th was supposed to be a day of promise for Jacob Petermann even if he didn't know it.