Cardinals boys ready for showdown with top ranked Four Winds-Minnewaukan

The Langdon-Edmore-Munich boys basketball team had been cruising as of late winning five of their first six games with their only loss coming to Shiloh Christian on a buzzer beater. They hit a stretch in their schedule where their competition got tough in mid-January, starting with a home ga…

Hoping to just keep their consistency going, the unbeaten Langdon-Edmore-Munich Cardinals girls basketball team continued a four game road trip that included a win at Stephen-Argyle 59-42 on January 9 then winning at St. John 71-23 on January 14. With those two victories, the second-ranked L…

The month of January has brought some busy times for the Langdon-Edmore-Munich girls basketball team. The Lady Cards played three games in the last week, beating Cavalier 70-38 on Jan. 2, having to come back to defeat Carrington on Jan. 4, then rolling a 71-12 victory at Rolla on Jan. 7. Aft…

The Langdon Blades girls hockey team played in an invitational tournament in Bottineau on Jan. 3-5 call the Cross-Border Tourney. Four teams from the 19U Girls North Dakota league played in the event from Langdon, Bottineau, Crosby and Richland, plus two teams from Manitoba in Birtle and Nee…

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Langdon Blades took first place on Jan. 5 in Bottineau Tournament. Lizzie Muhs, bottom left photo, was player of the game in the championship game. Jessi Gellner, bottom right photo, scored the shoot-out goal to win the championship game in overtime. Photos by Larry Stokke

The Langdon Blades junior gold hockey team got back to business after the holiday break with three league games played the weekend of January 3-5. The Blades went two of three in a southeast road trip - winning at Fargo 6-3, losing at Grand Forks 6-1 and then defeating Northwood 8-1 in the t…

The Langdon-Edmore-Munich Cardinals boys basketball team played their first game of 2020 on January 3 at home in Edmore versus Park River-Fordville-Lankin. The Cards forced 31 turnovers on the Aggies to win the game handily, 70-37. With the win the Cardinals are now 5-1 on the season and ran…

Ringing in the New Year with some always interesting times in Williston and Minot