Outdoor Activities in Minot

MINOT—Winter weather can make for a good excuse to stay inside, but the snow and ice can also provide some worthwhile activities outside.  During the winter, the park district maintains four outdoor rinks for skating, hockey, or just learning at Polaris Park, Roosevelt and Perkett Schools, and Corbett Field. All will be open soon, depending on the temperature.   “With the nice weather, it kind of slows us down […]
by Lydia Hoverson
December 16, 2021

MHS Soccer Coach Done

Bachmeier quits to spend more with family MINOT—Creighton Bachmeier was hired eight years ago to lead the Minot High School boys’ soccer team. He led Minot to eight straight state tournament appearances.  This past fall there was 10 former Minot High boys’ soccer players playing collegiate soccer. A clear sign of a coach that focuses on development […]
by Jason Spain
December 13, 2021

True Grit

Adaptive Sports Replace Boring Therapy MINOT—My day at the YMCA was done. My pool workout was over, and I was headed home. Distracted a bit by a friend saying hello on her way into the YMCA, I turned back toward the doors leading into the parking lot and found myself on a collision course with […]
by Jonathan Starr
December 13, 2021

Bass Bandits Select 2022 Tourneys 

Innovations Announced  BISMARCK – Less is more. Although the Badlands Bass Bandits will be cutting their tournament series from nine to six for 2022, it is hoped to increase participation in the circuit and also allow for a major event.  For the first time ever, the state will host an open bass fishing tournament that is expected to draw top […]
by Kim Fundingsland
December 9, 2021

Minot Soccer Player Looking to Go Pro! 

A former North Dakota Girls’ Soccer Gatorade Player of the Year and Minot High School and Minot State University graduate has her sights set on going pro.  Sofia Lewis says she is looking to take her talents to Europe to play soccer professionally. She says her dream would be to play in Spain, where she can immerse herself in the culture and learn Spanish.    […]
by Jason Spain
December 9, 2021

Triple Threat in Minot 

Zach Hendrickson excels in multiple sports MINOT—In an age where many athletes focus their energy into one main sport, seeing an athlete who excels in three separate sports is increasingly rare.  However, 18-year-old Zach Hendrickson of Minot is one of those rarities.   Hendrickson plays basketball and golf for Our Redeemers Christian School which he attends, but he […]
by Jason Spain
December 2, 2021

High-Tech Indoor Golf Experience Comes to Minot

X-Golf provides cutting-edge golf simulator technology MINOT—With winter weather right around the corner, many golfers may see no other option than to put away their bags until spring rolls around again. But the arrival of X-Golf brings the latest in indoor golf experience to Minot and the surrounding area.   According to Silas Sneed, franchise co-owner along with Bryan Vibeto and Kent Kirkhammer, X-Golf […]
by Greg Demme
December 2, 2021

What I'm Thankful for has Changed Over the Years

When I was little, I loved Thanksgiving. We would always travel to my grandparents’ house for Thanksgiving – Nana and Papa as we called them.  I looked forward to seeing them and my cousins – all three of them were older than me:  Shauna, Eric, and Todd.  I always thought Todd was the coolest person in the world. He played football and then joined the Navy.    […]
by Jason Spain
November 25, 2021

Minot's Own "Coach Carter"

I have been gone a few years since being the Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Minot State University.  I am back in Minot now and wanted to tell a story about Minot State athletics that many may not know.  There is a considerable amount of “winning” going on within the Minot State Athletics department.   Athletic […]
by Jason Spain
November 24, 2021
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