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HEART RIVER COUGARS

Hettinger-Scranton's Pierce Maddox was the player of the game as the winning pitcher, striking out seven batters in seven innings.
Hazen's pitching allowed for 19 walks, 8 HbP and 21 earned runs in a total collapse performance against state contending Cougars.
Hettinger-Scranton start season on the right foot, which momentarily shows them as region leaders.
"At one time the goal was a region tournament appearance, but now our girls are setting their goals a little bit higher because they competed at that level and had a taste of it and want to get back there," said head coach Kendra Schillo.

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“We gave them more runs then they should have had,” said Heart River’s head Coach Kendra Schillo.
With limited upperclassmen, the Cougars will rely on young players to push team to winning season.
Entering the 2022 season, Heart River will feature a deep roster of eager players seeking their opportunity to make an immediate impact.
The Titans held Heart River to their worst offensive output of the season in the quarterfinals of the Region 7 tournament.
Cougars clinch quarterfinal spot in Region 7 tourney
The Miners tallied 40 rebounds over the Cougars’ 33 to cement their victory.

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As the season comes to an end, things begin to heat up.
The Cougars got back on track after losing their last game against Beulah.
South Heart middle school students recently advanced to nationals in the Future City engineering and design competition.

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