September 20, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Athletes hit the court in GHS tourney

D-V-E senior Taylor Reilly, left, kills the ball past two opponents during a Grafton tournament game last Saturday. The Lady Titans were successful in the tourney, bringing home first place. More...

Grafton endures rain in loss to Wolves

Spoilers host second home game of 2017

The Grafton Spoilers football team hosted a Class AA game in Grafton against the Watford City ( WC) Wolves last Friday featuring plenty of rain and wind.  The Wolves took control immediately recovering their own kickoff for a first and 10 on the More...

ERMC hosts DMC Motocross

Kyle Warner (44) from Pembina races Park River brothers Colton (52) and Colby Rostvet (592) in the Open C class Sunday at Eagle Ridge Motocross Track near Fordville. More...

RECORD SPORTS ON DECK

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Weather time

Grafton football head coach David Muhonen, center, leads a wet timeout during the second quarter of a Class AA game against Watford City last Friday in Grafton where the teams endured a soaked field and lots of wind.   More...

Lady Spoilers finish first

Seven teams compete in Cavalier

The Grafton Spoilers cross country teams headed to Cavalier last Thursday to compete in the Jason Shephard Invitational at Cavalier Country Club.  The girls varsity team won the meet amongst seven total teams with a score of 45 while the boys to More...

Aggies host Mustangs

PR-F-L takes a home Region 2 win

The Park River-Fordville- Lankin (PR-F-L) Aggies hosted the Midway- Minto ( M - M ) Mustangs in a volleyball match at Park River last Thursday and the Aggies took a 3- 0 match win, increasing their record to 3-1 for fourth place in Region 2. More...

Youth waterfowl trailer available

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department and Ducks Unlimited co-sponsor a trailer full of waterfowl hunting gear that is available to families with young hunters.  More...

Baby on the go

From the sidelines

If you read the paper on a regular basis, you’ve probably noticed my name has reappeared on the bylines of sports stories and cutlines of photos throughout each issue of The Record. More...

Youth pheasant opening weekend Sept. 30, Oct. 1

North Dakota’s two-day youth pheasant season is Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Legally licensed residents and non-residents ages 15 and younger may hunt roosters statewide.  More...

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