The Night Hawk boy’s basketball team picked up two Region 7 victories this past week.
Richardton-Taylor’s boy’s basketball team came to Hettinger on Jan. 27 and had a rough night, as both their junior varsity and varsity teams lost.
The 2016-17 Night Hawk boys basketball team will need to replace four starters and will be relying on mostly underclassmen to fill those slots.
The brackets are set for round two of the Region 7 boy’s basketball tournament at the Knights of Columbus Activities Center in Dickinson on March 7, 8 and 10.
It was a special night for six Night Hawk seniors as not only was it their last home game for the season but it was also senior night.
Hettinger/Scranton’s boys basketball team picked up their ninth straight victory in Scranton on Feb. 16 as they defeated Bowman, 78-58.
Hettinger-Scranton’s boys basketball team picked up their seventh straight victory over Glen Ullin-Hebron in Hettinger on Feb. 5 by a 78-54 score.
The Hettinger-Scranton C team started the Jan. 29 evening off at Richardton with a comfortable 60-45 win. After three quarters the Night Hawks were up 55-23.
Going into the game Heart River was in third place in Region 7, a half a game ahead of Hettinger-Scranton. When the game was over the two teams swapped positions…
Number 13 was back with his 3-point shooting as Hettinger-Scranton won their fourth straight game with a 66-43 win over New England at Scranton on Jan 26.
It was an evening full of excitement for the packed house as the Trinity Titans came to town to battle our Hettinger-Scranton Night Hawks in Scranton.
The Nighthawk boys basketball team was involved in the DSU team camp, June 20-21, and according to some fans I talked to they did very well.
This match came down to a missed opportunity. In a game decided by one point, Heart River’s Seth Keator stepped over the lane line during a free throw attempt late…
Hettinger-Scranton jumped out to a 24-9 first quarter lead and continued to build on that lead as they downed the Beach Buccaneers 82-45 in their region play-in game.
Faith, S.D. is no longer undefeated as the Hettinger-Scranton Nighthawks pulled out a last second 52-49 victory at a packed Roberts-Reinke Auditorium.
Chalk this one up for the Nighthawks. On Feb. 17 they traveled to Bowman County and won by a wide margin of 73-32.
The Hettinger-Scranton Nighthawk boys basketball teams took the trip up north to square off against the Glen Ullin-Hebron Bearcats.
If you missed this game you missed a whale of a game.