In February, New England senior Cody Holt signed his letter of intent to play football with Black Hills State University.
Though the Mott-Regent Wildfire football team ended their season earlier than they had hoped, a few players stood out, and for their efforts this season they were recognized.
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After making a deep playoff run in 2016—and returning playmakers Brady Wegh and Josh Wallace—the Wildfire had their sights set on exceeding last year’s performance. But after a shootout with fellow Region 5 opponent Bowman County resulted in a 54-50…
Reminiscent of a high scoring football game between the Hettinger Black Devils and the Richardton-Taylor Raiders back in October 2005, the Hettinger-Scranton Night Hawks defeated the Mott-Regent Wildfire 66-50 on Friday, Sept. 30. In that October 2005 game there was…
Mott-Regent dropped their first game of the season against the Raiders of Richardton-Taylor-Hebron. The Wildfire traveled to the Raiders’ home field on Friday, Sept. 9, and after a late charge fell 30-22
Brady Wegh had his way with the Beach Buccaneers.
New England Superintendent Kelly Koppinger said he would have liked a different decision than the one rendered by North Dakota High School Activities Association (NDHSAA) Board of Directors regarding the dissolution of the football co-op with Dickinson Trinity.
The New England, Dickinson Trinity sports co-operative is no more, ending a 10-year relationship between the two schools.
The New England, Dickinson Trinity sports co-operative is no more.
On Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016 administration from New England Public School and Trinity High School met to discuss the Cooperative Sponsorship Agreement between New England Public School and Dickinson Trinity.
The football season ended for Mott/Regent when the Wildfire fell to the Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks in the quarterfinals of the 9-man state football tournament on Halloween afternoon.
The Wildfire seem to be hitting their stride at just the right time. After a 44 point victory over Drake-Anamoose on October 17, Mott-Regent continued their hot streak with a 46-8 win over Divide County on Saturday.
Brady Wegh had missed the final two games of the season while nursing an ankle injury, but his on-field performance certainly didn’t indicate the junior had missed any time.
The Wildfire finished the season on a high note. After falling to the Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks 46-30 on October 2, the Wildfire came away with a victory at Bowman County last Friday.