Cantwell breaks high jump record, others break personal bests In just their second year after revitalizing the track and field program in New England, a school record has already been broken, and one has been tied. By COLE BENZ |…
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 New England girls basketball season came to end Dickinson Trinity defeated the Tigers 62-52 during a Region 7 Tournament play-in game at the Knights of Columbus Activity Center in Dickinson on Friday, Feb. 17.
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.
It was a nail bitter to finish the Lady Hawks’ season before regional tournament play.
The boys’ basketball team from Mott-Regent faced off with their Hettinger County neighbors, as they came to New England on Friday, Feb. 3, looking for their seventh region win of the season.
The Tigers hosted their Region 7 rivals from the south in Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
The New England Girls’ Basketball Team lost a tough region matchup on Monday, Jan. 9 as they hosted the Heart River Cougars.
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The Lady Tiger Basketball team is bringing back some experience.
The Lady Tiger volleyball team faced off with the Mott-Regent Wildfire during a regional matchup on Thursday, Oct. 27.
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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.
Stacey (Jung) Dieckmann, who graduated from New England Public schools in 1986, started thinking about getting her classmates together for a 30 year class reunion about a year ago.
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Out of the hundreds of athletes to participate in the 2016 North Dakota State Track Meet, one student wore his colors with pride after a 10-year absence from competition.