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    Didn't see this posted, so sorry if I missed it and double post. But the Badlands Bowl is this Saturday at 5PM. Streamed live at:
    http://badlandsbowl.com/

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    No James Johannesson on the ND roster......... Wtf is up with that ????? Kill must have claimed "no joy" ..........sucks

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    that sucks. wouldve been nice to see him play for team ND
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    Now it's not just teh southern speed you have to watch out for.....

    Badlands Bowl Notebook: Speed abounds for Montana All-Stars
    The 22nd annual game between all-stars from Montana and North Dakota kicks off at 6 p.m. Saturday at Connor’s Stadium. When they have the ball, (Brady) McChesney and fellow quarterback J.D. Ferris of Dillon will be supported by skill players such as receivers Dalton Daum of Butte, Logan Jones of Glacier, and 1,300-yard rusher Corey Diaz of Missoula Big Sky.

    “I like all the athletes we have — the best in Montana,” said McChesney, a Montana State recruit who threw more than 30 touchdown passes last season while leading Glacier (Kalispell) to the Class AA state championship.
    Daum, a future Montana Grizzly, averaged 14.5 yards per catch in his senior season at Butte.
    Glacier’s Jones, who’s headed to MSU, averaged 15.0 yards and caught a AA-best 12 touchdowns.

    The Montana All-Stars lead the Badlands Bowl series 15-6. They look to avenge a 25-22 loss last season in Dickinson, N.D.
    Naturally, North Dakota’s roster is also decorated with talent. Four will play at the University of North Dakota in the Big Sky Conference, while two have signed to play for four-time defending FCS national champion North Dakota State.

    The UND players are WR/DB Carter Blackwell (Dickinson, N.D.), QB Aidan Hartness and WR Tristan Hartness (Fargo, N.D.) and OL/DL Luke Keller (Bismarck, N.D.). WR/RB Ty Brooks and DB Tre Fort, both of Fargo, were members of NDSU’s latest recruiting class.
    http://billingsgazette.com/sports/hi...384265913.html

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    So, how did the game turn out ?

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    Montana 40-25

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    Tre Fort picked off 2 passes for the North Dakota team.

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    http://billingsgazette.com/sports/hi...698b45486.html

    The more the ball was in the air, the more Cain Boschee and his teammates pounced.

    Kalispell Glacier’s Boschee set a Badlands Bowl record with three interceptions in the Montana All-Stars’ 40-25 victory Saturday evening over North Dakota.....
    Boschee - Dickinson State recruit - 6' 3" 175 lbs DB

    One major turning point occurred early in the third quarter when Billings Central linebacker Holden Ryan, blitzing from the edge, pummeled North Dakota quarterback Aidan Hartness into the ground and out of the game.....
    .....It was a violent meeting between two future Big Sky Conference rivals: Ryan is headed to the University of Montana and Hartness is bound for the University of North Dakota.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtoutfitter View Post
    Tre Fort picked off 2 passes for the North Dakota team.
    Also looks like a TD pass reception for Tre Fort.....

    After Fargo Shanley’s Tre Fort intercepted Ferris, the former Deacons’ standout hauled in a tipped pass from quarterback Chris Kraft of Century and took it to the end zone for a 25-yard score with 4:53 remaining in the third quarter. Fargo North’s Gavin Rook ran for the 2-point conversion to pull the North Dakotans within eight (33-25).
    http://bismarcktribune.com/sports/no...47473da52.html

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    Talent wise it looked pretty competitive. The ND guys made some horrible passes on those interceptions. Fort's interception would have probably been a td if he wouldn't have stepped out of bounds on the 48. That would have probably tied it at 33-33. He looked like the fasted kid on the field. Unfortunately, about the next play, there was another turnover back to Montana.

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