•Wildfire get Night Hawks in second round
The New England Tigers (No. 6) had a convincing 18-point win over Hazen (No. 11) to advance to the second round of the Region 7 Boys Basketball Tournament.
The Tigers (9-10) never relinquished the lead and had four players score in double digits in a 75-63 win against Bowman County (6-13) in Bowman on Saturday, Feb. 18.
After starting out with five straight regional wins, the Wildfire have lost three of their last four games, all region opponents.
The Tigers hosted their Region 7 rivals from the south in Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
Be noble minded. That’s the motto that Wildfire head coach Nate Zachmann is bringing to his team this year.
The Lady Wildfire are coming off a 9-14 season which ended with a loss to Beach in the second round of the Region 7 tournament.
The Tigers varsity jumped out quickly to take the lead and held a comfortable 37-18 advantage at half time.
Hailee Kuske, a sophomore at New England Public school, has loved playing volleyball ever since she was in the fourth grade. Her hard work and dedication to the game awarded her a place on the All-Region volleyball team for the…
Region 7 boys basketball had a couple of names appear on the All-State Class B roster that was released last week.
The Tigers drew the Region 3 champions LaMoure-Litchville/Marion in the opening round of the North Dakota State Class B Tournament.
CHAMPIONS! Tigers take down Dickinson Trinity for Region 7 Championship, earn state tournament berth
Eighteen. That is the number of years since New England last took the court at a North Dakota state basketball tournament.
After a 71-50 victory of the Hazen Bison, the Tigers are moving on to the semifinals at the Region 7 boys basketball tournament.
The Tigers had one final tune up before post season play starts, and on Friday, Feb 27 the Glen Ullin-Hebron Bearcats visited the New England Tigers.
The New England Tigers are well on their way to ending the season undefeated against their regional foes.
Harding County came to play. Taking the floor on their home court, New England had their hands full in the first half against the Ranchers.