There are no clear-cut favorites in Boys Class A, but there are several clear-cut stars. It’s going to take an epic effort to win this class. I think there are 6-8 teams that have the talent to do it, here’s an outlook for Boys Class A.
This class should be very exciting to watch. There are three Division I players at the top of the class and there are some very exciting teams who have a chance to have a successful season. Here’s an overview of Girls Class A.
There are some big storylines in Class B this year. Can White River make it to their 16th straight state tournament? How many points above the 2,000 milestone mark will Connor Libis score? Are there any teams that could surprise us? Will the junior-led De Smet Bulldogs get upset? Here’s a recap of what to watch for in Class B.
Last season, Corsica-Stickney seemed like they were on their way to a state championship before Covid-19 shut down the season. This year they are the front-runners again, but there are a lot of good young teams ready to challenge. Here’s a preview of what to expect in Class B hoops.
MidcoSN SD 11AAA Player of the Year
Congrats to Tate Johnson, a 2-time state champ, the all-time leader in rushing touchdowns at Brandon Valley – and now the 2-time winner of the MidcoSN 11AAA Player of the Year.
MidcoSN SD 11AA Player of the Year
Josh Buri stormed the state and helped lift the Bobcats to the title game.Congrats on being the...
Before the NCHC season gets underway, Grand Forks Herald beat writer Brad Schlossman joins MidcoSN’s Alex Heinert to preview what to expect from University of North Dakota hockey in December’s Omaha Pod and beyond. The two discuss the path for UND to replicate the success they had last year (9:52), the unique Pod format and how teams will approach it (25:02) and the most likely challengers to earn Penrose Cup glory (29:33).