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Killdeer tallied 14 points at the Class B Boys State Track meet Friday and Saturday to finish20th in the team standings.
Perhaps the members of the Killdeer High School girl’s track and field team saved their best for last – or near last.
The Cowboys track and field team fell just short of a regional crown Saturday at Beach.
With the regular season winding down, members of the Killdeer High School girls track squad know their time for qualifying for state is nearing an end.
t was an early morning for spectators Sunday at the 49th annual Killdeer High School Rodeo, but it was a time dozens of cowboys and cowgirls were anticipating.
With the regular season winding down, members of the Killdeer High School track teams are turning in some of their best performances of the year.
Relay teams from Killdeer High School took advantage of warmer weather and top competition Saturday at Sturgis, S.D.
With 18 teams, the competition was stiff, but both Killdeer High School track squads proved they were up to the challenge April 23.
Wintry weather nearly a month into spring didn’t deter Killdeer athletes from warming the track April 13 at Baker, Mont.
April Fool’s Day was no joke for the Killdeer High School track squads as the Cowboys and Cowgirls returned home in second and third place, respectively, from the CNDC Indoor Meet at the Minot State Campus.
It didn’t take long for members of the Killdeer boys’ track team to make an impression for the 2013 season.
For the Killdeer high school girls’ basketball squad, the 2012-13 season fell short of lofty pre-season hopes and expectations.
For Killdeer girls head basketball coach Sarah Doe, she might feel like the Bowman County Bulldogs have their day more often than not.
It wasn’t the manner in which Killdeer girls head basketball coach Sarah Doe planned, but the Cow¬girls punched their ticket to the re¬gional tournament with a 56-41 win against Richardton-Taylor Tuesday night at the Knights of Columbus Activities Center in…
It wasn’t the ending coach Wayne Sanders and his Cowboy basketball team had hoped for.