Grant County pulls away from New England

The Grant County Coyotes jumped out to an early 19-2 lead Friday, leaving the New England Tigers far behind in their season opener. By Brad Mosher The Herald By the end of the game, the lead had grown to 55-31,…
Grant County pulls away from Tigers, 54-37

Grant County got what they wanted Nov. 30 on the road with a 54-37 victory over New England – a win. But, it didn’t come easy. By Brad Mosher The Herald The defending state girls basketball champions improved to 2-0…
Kaufman, Friedt grab regional honors

The Tigers may have been bounced out of the district voleyball tournament in the second round, but one New England player made a big impact on the opposing coaches. Senior Elizabeth Kaufman was named to the all-Region 7 volleyball team.…
Tigers face tough start to girls basketball season

Jason Jung hopes to have some surprises in store for his foes when the New England Tigers start off their season Nov. 30. That is when the Tigers host the defending state champions from Grant County. By Brad Mosher The…
North Dakota Fish and Game briefs

Darkhouse spearfishing set to open at Ice-Up North Dakota’s darkhouse spearfishing season opens on most state waters whenever ice-up occurs. Legal fish are northern pike and nongame species. Prior to this year, the darkhouse spearfishing season had opened on Dec.…
Pheasant hunting fun for 4-H

The Annual Hettinger county 4-H Youth Pheasant Hunt was held Sunday, November 4.  The hunt was the finish for the season of the 4-H summer shooting sports program in Hettinger County. Participating that day were 4 youth and 2 adults. …
Mott-Regent starts hoop season in December

Mott-Regent will have a lot of time off to start the basketball season with both the boys and girls teams playing a combined total of five games in the first month of the season. Brad Mosher The Herald For the…
North Dakota Fish and Game briefs

Special lottery applications due New Years Day Nonprofit organizations that are eligible to receive big game hunting licenses in 2019, must have the application submitted to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department no later than Jan. 1. A law…
Tigers throw scare into top team

Top-seeded Dickinson Trinity may have had a 2-0 lead Tuesday. But, on the way to a 3-0 sweep over New England Monday in the second round of the Region 7 volleyball tournament, the Titans found themselves scrambling to survive against…
Tigers throw scare into top team

Top-seeded Dickinson Trinity may have had a 2-0 lead Tuesday. But, on the way to a 3-0 sweep over New England Monday in the second round of the Region 7 volleyball tournament, the Titans found themselves scrambling to survive against…
Wildfire returns to Killdeer for play-in rematch

A week after Mott-Regent notched a 3-2 upset of Killdeer in volleyball, there will be a rematch this evening at Killdeer in a play-in contest with the winner moving on to the regional tournament in Dickinson. By Brad Mosher The…
Wildfire rally downs Cowboys

Mott-Regent got off to a fast start, quickly winning the first set in Killdeer. But after dropping the next two sets, the Wildfire needed to rally with two straight wins to claim a 3-2 upset victory on the road over…
Honeyman finds Huntsmen gold in Utah

Former Regent High School basketball coach Curt Honeyman struck gold on a recent trip to Utah. The farmer won the 55-59 division of the Huntsmen World Senior Games title in one event and added a bronze in another in the…
Tigers hit the road, host Wildfire

New England will be back in action Oct. 23 when the volleyball team travels to Hazen to try to rebound from a recent loss to Flasher. The Tigers will be back home Thursday (Oct. 25) when they host the Mott-…
New England challenges foes in jamboree doubleheader

The New England Tigers were hit by two sweeps during Saturday’s volleyball jamboree at Dickinson Trinity. But they won’t have an impact on the regional standings, according to New England coach Kay Moody. Brad Mosher dcherald@countrymedia.net The team started the…
Storm extinguishes Wildfire in finale shutout

The Mott/Regent/New England football team closed out the 2018 season Friday (Oct. 5) on the short end of an 18-0 shutout. Playing at Mott Field, it was the Storm starting out fast, scoring all 18 points in the first half.…