Hall’s mat win helps Killdeer buck Williams County

It was Curtis Hall’s final match win at 285 pounds that enabled the Cowboys to come from behind for a 42-39 win over the Williams County Firestorm in a Nov. 27 road battle. By Brad Mosher The Herald Williams County…
Killdeer opens tournament with victory

The Killdeer girls basketball team held on for a narrow 41-38 victory over Heart River in the first night of the 43 rd annual Roughrider Basketball Tournament at Killdeer High School. By Brad Mosher The Herald After playing semifinal and…
Cowboy tandem make regional all-stars

Killdeer had two players named to the all-Region 7 volleyball squad recently. Elissa Steffan and Steena Larson nade the all-regional squad after guiding the Cowboys into the second round of the district playoffs before losing to the eventual champions from…
ND Game announces advisory meetings

Outdoor enthusiasts are invited to attend a North Dakota Game and Fish Department fall advisory board meeting in their area. These public meetings, held each spring and fall, provide citizens with an opportunity to discuss fish and wildlife issues and…
Grapplers open season in Dickinson tourney Saturday

Killdeer’s wrestling team will be opening its season on the road Saturday when they compete in the Dickinson tournament. According to coach Patrick Schlosser, the Cowboys have a young team this year, with only three seniors. Dylan Tabor will be…
Cowboys place four on all-Region grid squad

Kildeer placed four football players on the all-Region first team. The all-star team, recently released, had just one Cowboy player on the offensive squad, but they had three make the defensive first team. Senior offensive lineman  Zane Pittsley was the…
Killdeer throws scare into Bulldogs at district

Bowman County overcomes strong performance by Cowboys in district tournament showdown   Third-seed Bowman County was the favorite Monday in the second round battle with Killdeer at the Region 7 volleyball tournament. By Brad Mosher The Herald It just took…
Fall Mule Deer Survey indicates fawn production increased

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s fall mule deer survey indicated fawn production in 2018 was better than in 2017. Biologists counted 2,446 mule deer in the aerial survey in October. The buck-to-doe ratio of 43 bucks per 100…
Cowboys host Wildfire today 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…
Andersen, Dutenhefner lead Cowboys at state meet

Killdeer had two runners place among the top 22 finishers at the state cross country championships in Jamestown Saturday. Jace Andersen was 21st, followed immediately by his teammate, Owen Dutenhefner, in 22nd place in the Class B title race. Andersen…
Dobitz first of Killdeer harriers in state championship meet

Killdeer’s top runner placed 34th in the state cross country meet Saturday in Jamestown, with the Cowboys placing 22rd as a team. Danielle Dobitz was timed in 21:11.55 to lead the Cowboys on the 5-kilometer course. Shawnee Hanswen was the…
Hazen slams Killdeer playoff dreams, 22-0

The Killdeer football season ended last Friday on the road in Hazen with a 22-0 shutout. The Bison scored first, taking advantage of short field position deep inside Killdeer territory. By Brad Mosher The Herald Just before halftime, Hazen intercepted…
New Town harriers grab girls regional title

The New Town Eagles had two runners in the top five and three more in the top 20 to pick up a 63-point victory, in spite of cold and windy conditions at the Medicine Hole Golf Course north of Killdeer.…
Stanley runner repeats as a winner at Medicine Hole

Stanley’s Shawnee Feiring won her second race in less than a week Tuesday at Medicine Hole Golf Course in Killdeer. After winning the individual crown Saturday at the West Regional Cross Country Championships, Feiring followed it up with a three-kilometer…
New Town cruises to regional harrier crown

New Town’s cross country teams didn’t let windy and frigid conditions at Medicine Hole Golf Course slow them down. With temperatures stuck in the low 30s and wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour, the Eagles ran away with…
Cowboy’s block dashes Heart River hopes 34-33

Blocking extra point attempts has become almost a specialty for the Killdeer Cowboys this season. It paid off Friday in Killdeer when the Cowboys needed a victory over the visiting Cougars to keep in playoff contention. Brad Mosher Dunn County…