The games have stopped with no certain date of a resumption.

In this vacuum of sports, we're reminded of how crazy a time March is in this region. Whether it be the North Dakota or Minnesota state basketball tournaments or the NCAA Hockey Tournament starting up, there has always been big moments for us to watch and document.

We will try and do that over the next couple of weeks and looking back at some special games and moments.

March 26th, 2011 - The impossible dream was completed by the Perham boys basketball team. A night after a thrilling double overtime win in the state semifinals, the Yellowjackets beat Rochester Lourdes, 45-37. Nick Tobkin led Perham with 15 points in securing Perham its first state championship, finishing with a record of 31-1.

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Perham players embrace after defeating Rochester Lourdes Saturday for the Minnesota Class 1A boys state tournament  championship at the Target Center in Minneapolis. David Samson/The Forum
Perham players embrace after defeating Rochester Lourdes Saturday for the Minnesota Class 1A boys state tournament championship at the Target Center in Minneapolis. David Samson/The Forum

March 26th, 2016 - The UND hockey team had been bitterly disappointed at the Frozen Four in 2014 and 2015. The Fighting Hawks were a determined group in 2016 and that showed in the regionals in Cincinnati. UND outscored its opponents Northeastern and Michigan 11-4 in those two games and earned a third straight trip to the Frozen Four en route to winning a national championship.

Troy Stecher celebrates with fans after the University of North Dakota defeated Michigan 5-2 in the NCAA Division I Midwest Regional men’s hockey final Saturday at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati.

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Troy Stecher celebrates with fans after the University of North Dakota defeated Michigan 5-2 in the NCAA Division I Midwest Regional men’s hockey final Saturday at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati. Jesse Trelstad / Forum News Service

March 26th, 1994 - The North Dakota State women's basketball team experienced a run of domination that may never be duplicated. The Bison won five national championships in a six year span, including four consecutive titles from 1993-96. NDSU won a second straight championship on this day, back at the Bison Sports Arena in front of over 6,800 fans as they beat Cal State San Bernardino, 89-56. Darci Steere was tremendous pouring in 32 points and added 17 rebounds in the Bison blowout.

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