Sports Briefs

NDHSCA Hall of Fame inductees announced

The North Dakota High School Coaches Association’s Executive Committe announced Scott Grochow, Gary Schauer and Wiley Wilson on Wednesday as its inductees for the 2014 NDHSCA Hall of Fame class.

The inductees will be recognized and receive awards at the NDHSCA’s annual banquet, held on July 31 at 6 p.m. at the Doublewood Inn Western Conference Center in Fargo.

A 1981 graduate of Anamoose High School, Grochow obtained undergraduate and master’s degrees from Minot State, along with a master’s degree from University of Mary, as well.

Grochow has served as the head football coach at Rugby High School since 1990 and the boys track and field coach since 1995. In 1999, he was named the school’s athletic director.

Schauer has coached girls track and field for 37 years, serving at five different schools; and girls basketball for 34 years, including a stint at Bismarck.

The late Wilson coached Minot State’s cross country and track and field programs from 1969 to 1997. In all, he spent 40 years as a coach, including nine years at the high school level.

Wiley’s MSU teams won 46 multi-team cross country meets and 148 multi-team track and field meets.

-Daily News Staff

More schedule changes for

MSU teams

Poor field conditions have caused more schedule changes for the Minot State softball and baseball teams.

MSU softball hosts Bemidji State in a doubleheader today at 1 and 3 p.m. at Herb Parker Stadium. The contests were originally scheduled as home games for BSU but will now count as home games for MSU.

The softball games on Saturday against Winona State and Sunday against Upper Iowa have also changed sites as all games on the weekend will be played at Herb Parker Stadium. Both doubleheaders are scheduled for 1 and 3 p.m.

MSU baseball’s nonconference road game against North Dakota State, originally scheduled for April 8 at 5 p.m., has been pushed back to April 9 at the same time.

-Daily News Staff