Hettinger/Scranton beat the Wildfire twice in the regular season. But a third win wasn’t in store for the Lady Hawks.
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.
Hettinger/Scranton takes down Wildfire
After an important win over Hazen in three sets on Sept. 27, the Night Hawks traveled two days later to New England and were defeated in three sets
Harding County took on the Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks in volleyball action at Scranton on Tuesday, Sept. 13 and lived up to their South Dakota record of 7-1.
The Night Hawk volleyball team opened their 2016 season with a win in Scranton over Killdeer, a fellow Region 7 opponent.
The Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks have a new head volleyball coach this season.
The fall sports season has finished and many athletes of Hettinger/Scranton were recognized for their performances throughout past four months.
Hettinger-Scranton had to face the Bowman Bulldogs on Nov. 6 for the second time in a week, but the second time was the regional play-in game.
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.
The Lemmon Cowgirls volleyball team came to town on October 15 with a 12-8 record to take on the Hettinger-Scranton Night Hawks who sported a 15-15 record.
The Trinity Titans volleyball team kept their Region 7 record unblemished as they defeated the Hettinger-Scranton Night Hawks 3-0 to improve their region record to 8-0.
The Hettinger-Scranton Nighthawk volleyball teams swept old nemesis Beulah on September 10.