County 4-H archers place in Watford City regional

Twelve Hettinger County 4-H members competed at the Badlands Regional 4-H Archery Tournament at the Rough Rider Complex in Watford City on Jan. 26. Duaine Marxen Hettinger County Extension Categories available to shoot in were, Beginner Bare Bow, and Beginner…
Nordby wins WDA title, goes to state as top seed

New England picked up a championship Feb. 9 when senior Tate Nodby won his 160-pound title in the WDA championship tournament at Turtle MountainCommunity High School. The senior from Amidon also helped the Dickinson wrestling team to upset perennial favorite…
Tigers beat Cowboys, fall to Titans

Visiting New England ended a three-game Killdeer winning streak Monday by a 56-45 margin. The loss put the Cowboys in a tie for eighth place with Mott-Regent in the standings. By Brad Mosher The Herald The victory put the Tigers…
Hot Rebel leads Tigers to wins over Ranchers, Cowboys

Aiden Rebel’s 28-point effort Tuesday helped the Tigers pull away for a 67-57 non-conference win over visiting Harding County. The two teams were tied after the first quarter and the Tigers barely clawed out a one-point lead at halftime (32-31).…
Wildfire boys, girls aim for tournament

Mott-Regent closed out the girls basketball Region 7 schedule with a 61-44 victory Tuesday over visiting Beulah in the Mott Armory. The win ended a three-game losing streak after the Wildfire had fallen to Beach (53-47), Hettinger-Scranton (75-34) and Heart…
Country Neighbors – Winter 2019

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Narrow win catapults Wildfire into second place

Cody Perkins’ basket with just five seconds left Friday was just enough for Mott-Regent to pull out a narrow 62-60 victory over the Tigers in New England. By Brad Mosher The Herald The win catapulted the Wildfire into second place…
North Dakota Game and Fish News

Grants Support High School Trap League Local clubs or communities interested in receiving a grant to support their high school trap shooting team must have the application in before April 1. Existing teams that have received a grant in the…
Tigers run over Raiders in blowout

The Raiders from Richardton-Taylor struck first and fast Monday. It took just three seconds to take the lead over New England in the Tigers’ gym and the visitors held the lead for almost three minutes. When Molly Rayhorn sank a…
Wildfire tied for fourth in Region 7

In the boys basketball standings for Region 7, the Mott-Regent Wildfire is tied with Beach, both with 4-1 records., thanks to a four-game win streak . The two teams battled Thursday on the road. The Wildfire travel to New England…
Wildfire senior bounces Cowboys, 48-43

Thanks to a 23-point effort from senior Bree Friedt, the Wildfire pulled out a narrow 48-43 victory over visiting Killdeer in the friendly confines of Mott Armory. By Brad Mosher The Herald After holding a 23-17 halftime lead, the Wildfire…
Dickinson State winning the right way

The Dickinson State University football program currently has 105 student athletes — 75 percent hailing from the Billings to Bismarck area. Dickinson State Bluehawks coach Pete Stanton visited rotary in Bowman to give an update on the football program. Last…
Hettinger County 4H’ers Compete at 4-H Archery Tournament

On Saturday, January 12, 2018, nine Hettinger County 4-H members competed at the South West Regional 4-H Archery Tournament at the NISHU Bowman building in Bismarck. Categories available to shoot in were Senior Freestyle, Senior Bare Bow, Junior Bare Bow,…
Midgets streak past Bismarck Century

New England’s Tate Nordby came up with a late takedown in his 160-pound match Jan. 17 to help Dickinson use seven straight victories to pull out a 32-24 win over Bismarck Century. The Midgets were on the short end of…
New England edges Hettinger, New Salem

The Tigers edged visiting Hettinger-Scranton in its den Tuesday (Jan. 22) by a 53-50 margin. The winless Nighthawks dropped to 0-4 in Region 7 and 0-13 for the year with the loss in New England. The Tigers improved to 1-2…
Tigers grab two home wins

New England’s Tigers had a good weekend, picking up a pair of victories. New England girls defeated the New Salem/Almont Holsteins Saturday, 48-39. By Brad Mosher The Herald The Tigers rallied in the fourth quarter to hold off the Holsteins…