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FORT WAYNE, IND. - The Fort Wayne Mastodons got hot in the final four minutes to beat NDSU Saturday afternoon. A 10-0 run late fueled the Mastodons over the Bison, 92-88. Paul Miller and AJ Jacobson each had 21 points as North Dakota State falls to 10-10 overall and 2-3 in the Summit League. The Bison are back in action at home Thursday against Omaha.
WDAY/WDAZ TV - After its first loss of the season on Tuesday, West Fargo had to bounce back for the first time this season. The Packers answered the bell and then some beating Grand Forks Central 81-51 Saturday afternoon. Fourth ranked West Fargo moves to 10-1 with the win. Across town, it was a tale of two halves between Fargo South and West Fargo Sheyenne. The Mustangs erased a 15-point deficit in the second half to force overtime. In the extra session, Sheyenne pulled away to win 87-80.
WDAY TV - In a battle between two teams that haven't lost a game in regulation in east region play, the Grand Forks Central Knights meant business early against the Fargo Davies Eagles. The Knights got out to a 4-0 and beat the Eagles 4-2. Central improves to 12-1-2 overall and 9-0-2 in the east region. Davies falls to 10-1-2 overall and 7-1-2 in the east region. Red River also build an early lead and beat South-Shanley 5-2. The Roughriders are 11-1-2 overall after the win and 9-0-2 in the east region. In girls hockey, Moorhead beat Davies 5-3.
GLYNDON - The D-G-F Rebels put together a strong second half against Moorhead to keep its undefeated season alive. The Rebels forced 12 turnovers in the second half to beat the Spuds 61-58. Second ranked in Class 2A D-G-F improves to 13-0. Natalie Steichen had a game-high 21 points for the Rebels in the win.
MOORHEAD - Playing in Hockey Day Minnesota will be an experience of a lifetime for the Moorhead boys hockey team this weekend, but it will also be a pivotal game to the Spuds season. Moorhead takes on eighth ranked Centennial in St. Cloud on Saturday. Being in the spotlight, this is a great chance for the Spuds to prove their a contender in Minnesota. Moorhead hasn't beaten a team in the top 10 this year. While this is a big game for the Spuds, its a fine line between taking in the atomsphere and coming away with a win.
WEST FARGO - Kemal Hajric is the type of player coaches loves. A player that works hard and never stops trying. Hajric is the son of Bosnian immigrants, who moved to the United States for a better life for their son. Hajric is showing how his hard work can help him on and off the floor.
WEST FARGO - The West Fargo boys basketball team is undefeated no more. Davies had four players scored in double figures to beat the Packers 83-70. Braeton Motschenbacher led the Eagles with a game-high 25 points. Jaden Klabo had a double-double for Davies with 19 points and 10 rebounds. West Fargo senior Joe Pistorius scored 23 points in the loss. The Packers move to 10-1 with the loss. The Eagles also move to 10-1.
MOORHEAD - The East Grand Forks girls hockey team fell at home against St. Cloud. The Icebreakers shut out the Green Wave 6-0. East Grand Forks falls to 12-6-1.
WDAY TV - It was a night of remembrance in the Heart of Lakes conference. Teams and fans dawned purple to honor former Barnesville girls basketball player Jaynie Halvorson who died in a car accident this week. On the hardwood, D-G-F stay undefeated with a 62-47 win over Hawley. Maria Watt led the Rebels with 13. Also in Minnesota, Moorhead fell to Maple Grove 70-35. The Spuds fall to 10-6. In North Dakota, Davies held off Sheyenne 76-65.
WDAY TV - The College Football Performance Awards announced Bison junior quarterback Easton Stick as the 2017 F-C-S National Performer of the Year Friday. The Omaha native threw for 2,466 yards and 28 touchdowns on the season. Stick also added 12 scores on the ground leading the Bison back to the top of the FCS. Stick is the 5th NDSU player to be honored by the CFPA in its 10 years of recognizing players and teams, but is the only Bison to get the national performer of the year.