MONDAY (FEBRUARY 7) NDHSAA Statistically Speaking


February 7, 2022 2:00 pm

By Tom Mix
NDHSAA Media Specialist

VALLEY CITY, N.D. – Each Monday NDHSAA Media Specialist Tom Mix posts several interesting stats relating to NDHSAA Activities (past and present) on the NDHSAA NOW website. Keep visiting each Monday and learn more about the education-based athletics and activities sponsored by the NDHSAA.

  • 24.3: Per game scoring average for Fargo Davies freshman boys basketball standout Mason Klabo through 15 games played this season which leads the Eastern Dakota Conference. 

  • 189: Number of career goals scored by former Bismarck Blizzard girls hockey standout Britta Curl during her prep career. Curl, a 2018 Bismarck St. Mary’s Central High School graduate, was added to the United States’ Olympic women’s hockey team on Sunday as an injury replacement and will compete for Team USA during the medal round later this week at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.   

  • 69.9: Scoring average for 2007 Fargo South graduate Tom Hoge on the PGA Tour this season. The former Bruins boys golf standout picked up his first PGA Tour win on Sunday, February 6 with a victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

  • 86.0: Free throw percentage for Fargo South senior girls basketball standout Adie Wagner. Wagner has made 74 of 86 free throws attempted this season. 

  • 2:01.83: State Meet-qualifying time in the Boys 200-Yard Individual Medley event turned in by Williston junior Kolden Kringen. Kringen recorded the time on Saturday, February 5 during the Bismarck Century Invite.   

  • 74.7: Team scoring average for the West Fargo Sheyenne girls basketball team during its current nine-game winning streak. The Mustangs defeated No. 2-ranked Fargo Davies 83-62 on Saturday, February 5.  

  • 4: The number of undefeated prep girls basketball teams remaining in the state. Bismarck Century (14-0), Kindred (17-0), Four Winds/Minnewaukan (17-0) and Garrison (18-0) all hold undefeated records.    

  • 45.3: Team rebounding average of the Bismarck boys basketball team, which leads the Western Dakota Association. 

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