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BISMARCK — There are several factors that can have an effect on high school baseball players to start the season.

  • BY MARVIN HOLMAN mholman@dancomnews.com

GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman softball team picked up 10 hits to get a 12-0 win over Heritage on Friday.

  • By MIKE DeFABO CNHI Sports Indiana

DETROIT -- Cal State-Fullerton guard Jamal Smith stole the ball and raced down the floor with nothing but open court in front of him. But Vincent Edwards right behind him … and closing fast.

DANVILLE — Humble and honest are two words that best describe Danville's Kendle Moore.

  • By MIKE DeFABO CNHI Sports Indiana

DETROIT -- Purdue point guard P.J. Thompson scrambled to his phone on Selection Sunday, just before the must-watch TV event of the college basketball season.

  • BY TERRY HUTCHENS CNHI Ssports Indiana

DETROIT -- Butler coach LaVall Jordan said when he watched Arkansas 6-foot-11 freshman center Daniel Gafford on tape, he was impressed but felt it was difficult to really evaluate him without seeing him in person.

TILTON — Michael Dokey is living one of his dreams.

BROADLANDS — The Salt Fork Storm got off a good offensive start on a chilly Wednesday afternoon.

  • BY GEORGE BREMER CNHI Sports Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Colts were silent during the two-day legal tampering period to start the week while the rest of the AFC South dove head-first into free agency.

CHICAGO — Most every family has some kind of tradition that is passed down from one generation to the next.

  • BY MARVIN HOLMAN mholman@dancomnews.com

CHAMPAIGN — The Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin baseball team had a strong start to its opener against St. Thomas More on Tuesday.

  • BY MARVIN HOLMAN mholman@dancomnews.com

DANVILLE — The NJCAA Division II National Tournament bracket was revealed on Tuesday with host Danville Area Community College at the eighth seed.

DANVILLE — Being prepared for every possible scenario on the basketball court is something that Danville Area Community College basketball coach DaJuan Gouard believes in doing.

  • BY MARVIN HOLMAN mholman@dancomnews.com

DECATUR — The Danville girls soccer team got the season going on a good note on Monday with a 4-0 over Meridian at the Decatur St. Teresa Tournament.

DANVILLE — Whatever, whenever and however.