Killdeer golfers tee up for indoor practices

The Killdeer golfers don’t have to worry about how cold or windy it is … or how much snow will be on the ground. The Cowboys will instead be keeping nice and warm when they start practicing on the new…
Milers take top two spots at Hazen invitational

Killdeer distance runners made a big impression at the recent Hazen Early Bird Invitational when they took the top two places in the 1,600 meters. The boys team finished fifth with 77 points behind Trinity (184), Hazen (124), Central McLean…
Building skills part of youth hoop program

Chad Dahlen is hoping to keep some local children as active as possible – while also learning more skills they can develop on the basketball court. “The goal of the skill sessions and open gyms are to help kids stay…
Track prepares for upcoming season

Thanks to a little creativity, the track is back in Killdeer. The track was buried under more than a foot of snow slightly more than a week ago. Now. A little creativity and a snow blower has brought the track…
Danks makes all-tournament team

In a season where wins were hard to come by, one Killdeer player was able to shine and make the Region 7 all-tournament list.   It was a long season for the Killdeer Cowboys in 2018-2019. They team finished 0-11…
Little Matmen

Hundreds of wrestlers from throughout the state came to compete in a youth tournament in Killdeer last Friday.
Cowboys now springing into a new season

Killdeer seniors Shawnee Hansen (24) and Steena Larsen (13) are among the Cowboy athletes switching to spring season sports.   There may still be snow on the ground covering the ice. The temperatures may be hovering around zero. But, to…
Cowboys look to future as season winds down

It started off close, with both Killdeer and visiting Trinity tied at eight points after one quarter. But the regular season finale for both teams took decidedly different paths for the remaining three quarters as the Titans grabbed a 48-25…
Andersen leads Cowboys at state tourney

Killdeer took 10 wrestlers to the state tournament over the weekend, but it was Zach Andersen who grabbed the top finish – fourth. Staff Report Curtis Hall finished fifth at 285 pounds and Gus Bohmbach took sixth in the 106-pound…
Time runs out for Killdeer in overtime loss

After taking a narrow lead in the final minutes of Friday’s game in Mott, Killdeer watched the Wildfire tie the game in the final seconds to force the game into overtime. By Brad Mosher The Herald The Wildfire then outscored…
Cowboys thrown for loss on the road by Tigers, 60-51

Thanks to a 26-point scoring effort by Aidan Rebel, the New England Tigers were able to withstand a furious fourth quarter rally by the visiting Killdeer Cowboys and win a 60-51 decision Friday. By Brad Mosher The Herald Killdeer scored…
Killdeer sends 10 wrestlers to state tournament in Fargo

There will be 10 Cowboys riding to Fargo for the state wrestling championship tournament this weekend in the Fargodome. Staff Report They earned their state berths by placing in the Class B regional meet over the weekend in Hettinger. In…
Killdeer ladies aim for regional tourney berth

Killdeer completed its regular season schedule with a loss to visiting New England Monday by a 56-45 margin. The loss put the Cowboys in a tie for eighth place with Mott-Regent in the standings, and most of the region teams…
Killdeer pins down fourth in Region 4 dual meet

The Killdeer Cowboys pinned Beulah to open the Region 4 dual competition at Beulah over the weekend, but it was the only team victory of the competition for the Cowboys. Staff Report New Salem-Almont won the competition, with Bowman County…
Bison stampede Cowboys, 64-30

The Killdeer Cowboys found themselves in a stampede of scoring by the Hazen Bison Friday (Feb. 1), falling on the road. The hosts jumped out to a 19-2 first quarter lead and kept adding to it for the next three…
Killdeer’s Bohmbach, Hall top finishers in New Salem tourney

Gus Bohmbach and Curtis Hall were the top Killdeer finishers in the New Salem East-West wrestling tournament. The Cowboys placed 12th as a team, while Lisbon won the team crown with 191.5 points, barely edging the hosts for the title…
Bowman County doubles down on Cowboys, 73-51

Bowman County jumped out to an early lead Friday (Jan. 25) in Killdeer and never looked back in an easy 73-58 victory over the Cowboys. The visiting Bulldogs had a 22-13 lead after one quarter and expanded it to 48-24…