Despite being held without a hit until the fifth inning, the RedHawks exploded with seven runs in the fifth, sixth, and seventh innings and outhit the RailCats 11-7 in the game. Right fielder John Silviano had an RBI and a run scored in the win and extended his hitting streak to 15 games, the longest by a RedHawks player in 2021.
In the storied history of Fargo Post 2 Legion Baseball, only two coaches have ever reached 400 career wins. The Newest Member of that extremely exclusive club is current coach Luke Rustad, who recently oversaw his 400th win, a milestone he didn’t even know was approaching.
Two students at Fargo North High School have their sights set on their sports biggest tournament. Spartan Shooters Taylor Martin and Hunter Van Raden punched their tickets to the National Championships. Both are ranked inside the top five in their respective classes.
The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks are second in the league in team batting totals as well as second in hits and in runs scored with more than 250 so far this season. Behind the scenes, the Hawks hitting coach works with the guys each day to keep their averages and their spirits up.
The Lamoureaux Hockey Camp hosted the final games of their championship tournament with teams of youth hockey players battling for the Lamoureaux Cup. This camp is hosted by Fargo Force Head Coach Pierre-Paul Lameroux and his wife Randi.
Sioux Falls continued to get early inning scoring in the rubber match between the Canaries and RedHawks on Sunday afternoon at Newman Outdoor Field, plating four runs in the first two innings against the RedHawks on its way to a 7-2 win over Fargo-Moorhead in the series finale.
Otterdahl placed third in the shot put at the U.S. Olympic Trials for track & field, securing his spot at the Tokyo Games. He registered a lifetime-best throw of 71-11 (21.92m) on the fifth of six attempts, edging 2016 Olympian Darrell Hill (71-10 / 21.89m) by a margin of one inch.