Seven former Stanley Blue Jay athletes were in action this last week. Here is a look at how they did:
Minnesota State Moorhead Dragons Football (Abe Roehrich)
The Dragons rolled over the Minot State Beavers 42-24 this week to move to 5-4. Abe Roehrich finished 2nd on the team with 6 tackles including 3 solo tackles. Roehrich now has 64 tackles on the season, which is the second highest total on his team.
Next week: The Dragons will travel to Bemidji State to take on the Beavers
Last week: Win over University of Mary Mauraders (47-16)
University of Mary Mauraders Football (Landon Smith)
The Mauraders fell to Northern State 52-7 at home. Landon Smith recorded 3 tackles for the Mauraders
Next Week: The Mauraders travel to University of Minnesota Duluth
Last Week: The Maurders fell to Moorehead State (47-16)
Dickinson State Blue Hawks Football (Jayd Rice, Sam Footh)
The Blue Hawks fell to Black Hills State on the road. Dickinson State falls to 7-2 overall but remains undefeated in conference play.
Next Week: The Blue Hawks will travel to Mayville State.
Last Week: Win over Dakota State (31-12)
University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks Volleyball (Chai Pappa)
The Fighting Hawks picked up a 3-0 road victory over the North Dakota State Bison on Tuesday, and then picked up another road victory over the University of Montana 3-1 on Friday. UND finished off the week on a high note by picking up another road victory over Montana State (3-0). The Fighting Hawks continue an impressive run this season, they are 18-9 overall and 9-2 in the Big Sky conference.
The Stanley Gazette recently did a feature story on Chai Pappa it can be found here: Talented trio of former Stanley Blue Jay athletes enjoying collegiate athletics
Next Week: The Fighting Hawks will host Eastern Washington (Thursday) and Idaho (Saturday)
Last Week: Loss at Idaho (3-2), Win at Weber State (3-1)
Williston State College Tetons Volleyball (Brianna Holland, Savanah Meyer)
The Tetons wrapped up their season last weekend in the sub-region tournament in Bismarck. The Tetons lost 3-1 to Bismarck State in the first round. They rebounded to beat Dakota College of Bottineau in the second round 3-1 before falling 3-0 to Bismarck State College in their final game.
Brianna Holland tied for the team lead in sets played and finished 3rd on the team in assists with 107. Savanah Meyer had four kills in her first season.
Brianna Holland and Savanah Meyer were recently feature in the article: Talented trio of former Stanley Blue Jay athletes enjoying collegiate athletics
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