For the first month and a half, the Dickinson High boys basketball team had a tough time finding its first win. The search is finally over.
Due to graduation, the Bowman County boys basketball team lost about 95 percent of their varsity minutes, points and rebounds from last season.
The Bowman County girls basketball team opened the season with some familiar faces in its starting lineup.
Though numbers are down, the Dickinson High girls hockey team are focused on quality, not quantity.
The top-seeded Beulah volleyball team opened the quarterfinals of the Region 7 Tournament business as usual. The Miners’ defense kept Richardton-Taylor’s longest run to four points.
The No. 7-seeded Hebron-Glen Ullin volleyball team made sure Dickinson Trinity didn’t have a cake walk in the quarterfinals of the Region 7 Tournament. HGU went point-for-point with the Titans in the first two sets.
As setter, Dickinson Trinity senior Katie Dockter had immediate responsibility when she stepped onto the court as a sophomore starter. Yet, the learning to become a good leader began when she was a freshman.
HAZEN — Points were a premium.
The immediate success — in the case of wins — is in the back of Mark Graupe’s mind.
Heart River’s Mike Williams admitted there were nerves during his first year as head coach last season.