Bowman’s Ty Tuff Challenge set for end of July

The 5th Annual Ty Tuff Challge is just around the corner! The “Worlds Richest Goat Tying” will be a one day only competition for goat tiers and breakaway ropers. Action will take place on July 29, 2017 at the Dakota…
Area athletes qualify for national rodeo competition

Congratulations to the Bowman Rodeo Club for a successful year competing in the NDHSRA! Our Bowman kids did an outstanding job in the arena competing with over 200 kids in the NDHSRA. During the State Finals in Bowman, contestants were…
GAME AND FISH NEWS

National Campaign Focuses on Boating Under the Influence The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will again participate in Operation Dry Water as part of a nationally coordinated effort to increase knowledge about the dangers of boating under the influence.…
Hettinger County 4H’ers Compete at state archery

On Saturday, June 10, 2017, three Hettinger County 4-H members competed at the State Archery 4-H Championship at the ND 4-H camp in Washburn, ND.  Each of our county 4-H archers competed in both a 3-D course and a field…
Rettinger’s dream becoming a reality in the rodeo arena

Elli has been riding horses and competing in rodeo since she was about five years old.  She’s dreamed of a national qualification since she was a sixth grader at New England Public school. The North Dakota Junior High rodeo division…
ND Roughrider “31” Health Promotion Conference

Several educators and community members from the local area learned how to promote school, community and personal healthy lifestyle concepts at the 31st annual Roughrider Health Promotion Conference, May 30 – June 2, 2017 in Medora, North Dakota. The conference…
Leaping To New Heights

Wildfire places five athletes at state track meet The Mott-Regent Wildfire had a big presence at the 2017 North Dakota State Track Meet. The team took 10 athletes in grades ninth through 12th to the MDU Resources Community Bowl in…
Tiger jumper Cantwell finishes in top 10

Junior Justin Cantwell—New England’s lone state track qualifier—said that he was just soaking in the experience at the big meet in Bismarck. By COLE BENZ | Herald Editor cbenz@countrymedia.net Cantwell becomes the second Tiger track athlete to compete at the…
Setting The Bar High

Cantwell breaks high jump record, others break personal bests In just their second year after revitalizing the track and field program in New England, a school record has already been broken, and one has been tied. By COLE BENZ |…
Region 8 baseball tournament action

In opening round action of the Region 8 baseball tourney Shiloh downed No. 5 Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton (WWCS) 2-1. By SHELDON CHRISTENSON For The Herald Jared Baumiller went the distance for the Skyhawks and WWCS starter Braydee Hanson took the loss.  In…
Hawks get win over Washburn

The Night Hawk baseball team added another important win to their record with a 6-3 victory over Washburn/Wilton/Center-Stanton (WWCS) on May 11. By SHELDON CHRISTENSON For The Herald The Night Hawks struck first in the first inning when Mason Defoe…
Night Hawks take down No. 1 Beulah

The Night Hawk baseball team had another big victory this season as they knocked off Beulah  3-1, who was previously undefeated in region play.
Night Hawks drop opener against Dickinson JV

The Dickinson Midgets junior varsity baseball team were the guests for The Night Hawks opening baseball game on April 6.  Two games were played with each game only going five innings.
Track team ready to field season

New England brought back track and field last year, and the student athletes are back at it, gearing up for the upcoming track season that will start next week.