Mountrail County Record Sports

October 5, 2017

Braves run over Warriors

The Parshall Braves played some eight-man football for homecoming and ran past the Mandaree Warriors for a 74-32 victory.

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The Parshall Braves Volleyball team earned a split with district rivals this week. The Braves were topped by the Watford City Wolves three sets to none but came back to topple the White Shield Warriors 3-0.

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The Parshall Braves were outgunned by the undefeated by the Divide County Maroons in nine man football action in Parshall.

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The Parshall Braves had a rough night as the Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood Mavericks came to town and vanquished the home team 48-6.

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The Eagles opened the season with a successful debut in Williston.

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Every day, Sonja Fox gets up before sunrise to “do my miles for cardio” and then travels from Mandree to Minot and back again. Her time in Minot is spent in “brutal” training, she says, because she has a big dream: To box at Madison Square Garden.

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Add three individuals and one organization to the list of those calling themselves members of the North Dakota Fishing Hall of Fame.

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Missouri River Resources Golf Scramble hit the course for the fun of it for the fourth year. But the event but the event combined play with work. MRR also launched an annual scholarship fundraiser to support the MRR Workforce development initiative.

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The National High School Athletic Coaches Association is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2017 National Coach of the Year in the sport of Boys’ Cross Country is Brian Anderson from New Town High School.

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The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s 70th annual spring breeding duck survey conducted in May showed an index of 2.95 million birds, down 15 percent from last year.

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