It was a tough night for the Killdeer Cowboys as they traveled east to play the number one ranked Beulah Miners Tuesday night.
Each win is a good one, but district wins are better! Coach Sarah Doe and her team traveled to Beulah and came away with a 41-31 victory which upped their overall mark to 3-5 but gave the squad a 1-0…
It looked like the ballgame was getting away from the Killdeer Cowboys early…
What a finish!!
A very tough first quarter led to the Killdeer Cowboys girls’ basketball team’s third loss of the season Monday night, Jan. 7.
The Killdeer Cowboy Wrestlers traveled to Hettinger Jan. 4-5 to compete in the Hettinger Classic Wrestling Tournament.
The Killdeer Cowboys basketball team was able to jump out to 3-0 and 5-2 leads early against the Trinity Titans, but a 12-point run followed by another run of 8 to close the quarter propelled the state ranked Titans to…
After soundly defeating the Heart River Cougars last Friday night, coach Sarah Doe and her Killdeer Cowboys also won their first home contest of the season.
The Killdeer Cowboys came out of the Roughrider Tourney with one win and it came against the Glen Ullin/Hebron Bearcats Saturday afternoon.
For the second time in the tourney, the Killdeer Cowboys didn’t have quite enough to get a win.
Speed kills. The Killdeer Cowboys found that out as the Heart River Cougars used a tough full court press to force 29 turnovers which led to a66-40 victory Tuesday afternoon.
The Killdeer Cowboys scored the first bucket of the game nine seconds in and the last one with nine seconds left and ended up nipping the Bowman County Bulldogs by a 52-51 score.
It didn’t take long for the Killdeer Cowboys and coach Wayne Sanders to notch their first victory of the year.
The Killdeer Cowboys kept it close against a formidable Mott/Regent basketball team but a tough fourth quarter led to the squads first loss of the year.
The day started with a broken down bus and didn’t get much better for the Killdeer Cowboys as they traveled to Stanley for a playoff football game last Saturday.
At least one more week of Cowboy football! Last Saturday afternoon the Killdeer Cowboys were the only football team in North Dakota to host a playoff game out of town.
The Killdeer football team secured a spot in the 2012 1A Playoffs. Killdeer will play host to the Velva Aggies at 4:00 p.m. (mountain time) at the Badlands Activity Center in Dickinson.
The Cowboy cross country team had two meets within three days and the first took place on a cold, windy Williston course.