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Eric Manlove

I am a Fargo native having graduated from Fargo South High School. I earned my Bachelor's degree in Broadcasting from Minot State University. At MSU I was very active, being part of the campus TV station KMSU as a sports anchor, played baseball for a year, Assistant Sports Information Director, the "Voice of the Beavers" hockey team as the play by play personality traveled to the 2011 ACHA National Tournament in Delaware with them and was also an active member in the Student Government Association. I worked as the weekend Sports Anchor for KXMC for over a year. I also worked news for them after graduation and am part of an Emmy nominated news staff for coverage of the Mouse River Flood of 2011. I started working at WDAY in June of 2012 and I couldn't be happier with this decision to return to Fargo. I love the opportunity to cover both news and sports in my hometown, it makes my work that much more rewarding.
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Vikings looking to make special teams unit even more special

Mankato, MN (WDAY TV) - The Vikings addressed several areas of need in April's draft, adding a wide receiver, cornerback and defensive tackle. They also added a punter and are hoping they capture some more special teams magic.

WDAY, 08/15/2013

Fly-boarding might be the next phenomenon at the lake

Detroit Lakes, MN (WDAY TV)-- WeFest isn't the only headlining attraction in DL.

WDAY, 07/31/2013

The best senior football players in Minnesota are in St. Cloud

St. Cloud, MN (WDAY TV)-- A handful of area athletes where on the gridiron for the final time today as high schoolers. That included life long friends from the Heart O'Lakes Conference that finally got to make a connection on the field.

WDAY, 06/29/2013

Bismarck saw some of the best local athletes

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV)-- Fans in the Bismarck Community Bowl the last few days, got to witness some of the best athletes in North Dakota, at the state track and field meet.

WDAY, 05/25/2013

RedHawks feature more than just players on the field

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Here's a blast of summer for you - the RedHawks are scheduled to play their first exhibition game 2 weeks from today in Winnipeg. Good luck! We’ll introduce you to some of the people you'll see on the field this season at Newman Outdoor Field, but they won't be in uniform.

WDAY, 04/22/2013

Minneota 61 Ada-Borup 51: Class A Championship

(WDAY TV) -- The Ada-Borup girls basketball team has been quite a force the past decade, making the tournament 6 of the last 8 years, winning it all in 2008 and again in 2009.

WDAY, 03/16/2013

First of its kind music festival

Fargo (WDAY-TV)- This is the first of its kind at Discovery Middle school, It’s a music festival, featuring 16-bands from the area.

WDAY, 02/19/2013

Two small towns in North Dakota share the ball with high hopes for the season

Hillsboro, ND (WDAY TV) -- Small town athletics in North Dakota are no stranger to co-ops, and the Hillsboro-Central Valley girls basketball team is hoping theirs results in a trip to next month's state tournament.

WDAY, 02/17/2013

2012 WDAY Sports Favorites: 5k Viking Challenge

Fergus Falls, MN (WDAY TV) - Over the next week, our sports department will look back at the best moments of 2012, tonight we start with a story about a unique run that debuted in Fergus Falls back in September.

WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY, 12/26/2012

Unique mascots stand out in the Red River Valley

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- The Red River Valley has several qualities that makes it a great sports haven, but if there's one quality that's overlooked are the great nicknames that the area teams has.

WDAY, 11/13/2012

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