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…
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.
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.
After starting out with five straight regional wins, the Wildfire have lost three of their last four games, all region opponents.
It was a nail bitter to finish the Lady Hawks’ season before regional tournament play.
The Tigers hosted their Region 7 rivals from the south in Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
The Wildfire lost to the Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks twice in the regular season, but they weren’t going to get a third victory slip them by.
Mott-Regent traveled to Hettinger on Oct. 18 with a 4-4 region record to take on the Night Hawks.
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…
New England came into the match with a 4-1 region record with their only region loss being to Heart River early in the season.
The Night Hawk won one, and lost one on the final two days of the regular season.
The Night Hawks baseball team has had a rough stretch to start the season, losing their first three games on the road.
Early on it seemed as though the Region 7 quarterfinal matchup was going to be a drubbing for New England at the hands of Hettinger/Scranton.
The Tigers varsity jumped out quickly to take the lead and held a comfortable 37-18 advantage at half time.
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.
In a pivotal regional match up, the Hettinger/Scranton lady Night Hawk volleyball squad faced off against the lady Tigers from New England, a game that was held in Scranton.