It was your typical barnburner game as the Hettinger-Scranton Night Hawks took on the Bowman County Bulldogs in their own dog house.
In one of the closer matches between the Night Hawks and Bulldogs, the Night Hawks came out on top 43-36.
In what looked like an easy win for the Night Hawk volleyball team turned into a struggle against Bowman County at Bowman on Nov. 1.
In what may be the last time in awhile that Hettinger-Scranton and the Bowman Co. Bulldogs battle in football, the Night Hawks won this one 24-0.
Hettinger/Scranton’s boys basketball team picked up their ninth straight victory in Scranton on Feb. 16 as they defeated Bowman, 78-58.
It was an evening of three exciting basketball games in Bowman with numerous turnovers and personal fouls thrown in for good measure.
By SHELDON CHRISTENSON | For The Record The Hettinger-Scranton Night Hawks split with the Bowman County Bulldogs in girls junior high basketball on Dec. 1. The 7th-graders started the evening…
After losing their previous two matches to Richardton-Taylor and Faith, both by a 3-2 count in sets, the Night Hawks finished their regular season with 3-0 victory over rival Bowman.
Ever since Bowman dropped down to 9-man football in 2011 and started playing Hettinger-Scranton the Nighthawks have won every game.
Chalk this one up for the Nighthawks. On Feb. 17 they traveled to Bowman County and won by a wide margin of 73-32.
It wasn’t pretty from the start, but both head coaches could walk away from Tuesday’s season opening football contest.