FARGO -- Mandan started the North Dakota Class A state volleyball tournament with an upset.The No- 4 seed from the West Region scored a 25-21, 22-25, 25-18, 23-25, 16-14 victory against East Region top seed West Fargo on Thursday at the Fargodome.
The No. 19-ranked Dragons shot 32 percent from the field and didn't lead after the second quarter. Senior guard Lindsay Winter poured in 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead No. 21-ranked Michigan Tech to a 66-53 victory in nonconference women's basketball at Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse. "We lost to a good basketball team, there is no doubt," Nelson said. "They hit some shots. There is nothing horrible about that, but it's maybe how we lost. It certainly was not a very inspiring opening game.
"My only thought was going out there and competing, always ready to attack," said Dick, who is from St. Michael, Minn. "I think it added to the energy from our bench. ...It's definitely a big momentum swing. "The Cobbers (1-0) have won eight consecutive duals against the Dragons. Concordia won six of the 10 matches Tuesday night to offset two MSUM pins. "We talked to our guys about just wrestling hard," Cobbers head coach Phil Moenkedick said.
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