The 2019-20 Class B girls season wrapped up 23 days ago and Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich capped off an undefeated season with a title.
2019-20 Class B Girls All-State Teams First Team Player Name Year Team Abby Duchscherer So. Kindred Kaity Hove Sr. Trenton Mackenzie Hughes Jr. Thompson Sam Oase Jr. Hettinger-Scranton Callie Ronningen Sr. Langdon-E-M Second Team Player Name Year Team Coral Alt Sr. Flasher Isabelle Boyer Jr. Grant County Leah Feland Sr. Mohall-L-S Ellie Holen Sr. LaMoure-L-M Terryn Johnson So. Kindred Abbey Kubas Jr. Dickinson Trinity Megan Roob So. Richland Madelyn Schmidt Jr. Kidder County Daysha Serdahl Sr. Mandaree Carlee Sieben Jr. Grafton Taysha Snyder Sr. Underwood
Editor's note: Records retrieved from http://northdakota-scores.net/. Eleven teams had 20 wins or more this season with Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich and Trenton leading the way with 27 wins. Let's take a look at the teams with the most 20-plus win seasons in the last five years. Rugby: 5 Kindred: 4 Carrington: 4 Langdon-E-M: 4 Thompson: 3 Edgeley-K-M: 3 LaMoure-L-M: 3 Trenton: 3 Grafton: 2 Park
The 2019-20 season wrapped up yesterday evening with Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich capping off its historic season with its first championship as a co-op. The No. 1-seeded Cardinals finished the year undefeated (27-0) after they defeated No. 2-seed Grafton 52-41. It was a record setting Saturday evening session at the Betty Engelstad Sioux
The final game of the 2019-20 Class B girls basketball season takes place tonight with No. 2-seed Grafton taking on No. 1-seed Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich for the championship. The Cardinals feature two student-athletes in senior Callie Ronningen and sophomore Morgan Freije who have combined for 67 of L-E-M's 118 points in
The state tournament quarterfinals have not been kind to Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich. The Cardinals have been to now three straight state tournaments but have suffered first-round exits in 2017-18 and 2018-19. Can they break that trend this weekend? The No. 1-seeded Cardinals are led by senior Callie Ronningen who averages 18.0 points
It's been eight years since Grafton won its first and only state championship over Linton-HMB 76-54. The word that comes to mind is domination when you compare this season to the Spoilers 2011-12 state championship season. Grafton's average margin of victory in this year's Region 2 tournament was 31.3 points
Trenton has a record of 50-2 over the past two seasons and its only losses came at the 2018-19 state tournament. Last season the Tigers earned a seventh-place finish and lost to Hettinger-Scranton in overtime and Kidder County in the consolation semifinals. The No. 3-seeded Tigers (25-0) pride themselves on defense