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Dogs defeat Cats on homecoming

The CCHS Bulldogs improved their record to 2-0 on the season with a win over Plentywood last Friday night at Rowley Field. The game was homecoming for the Bulldogs, and they did not disappoint their...

 

CCHS Volleyball improves to 2-0

CCHS Volleyball quickly defeated the Jordan Mustangs at home last weekend. Blue won the match in three sets, 25-23, 25-15 and 25-15. The team totaled 9 aces, 30 kills, 2 blocks, 37 digs and 26...

 

Dogs down Dogies in return to 8-man

The Bulldogs' return to eight-man football started with a win in Forsyth last Friday. There are sixteen players on the team this year, but only 13 were suited up for the contest. Throughout the game,...

 

Netters come back in home opener

CCHS Volleyball rallied back at home after losing their first two sets of the season to beat Circle 3-2 last Friday. The Bulldogs lost the first set, 18-25 and the second, 22-25. They then won the thi...

 

LaBree twins named 2019 SaWUSA Co-Athletes of the Year

Hannah and Heather LaBree were recently named 2019 SaWUSA (Student Athlete World USA) co-Student-Athletes of the Year. Hannah and Heather are rising seniors at CCHS. They competed on SaWUSA's Under...

 

Youth and ranch rodeo results

On July 20, Ekalaka Track and Arena held their annual youth rodeo and ranch rodeo. In addition to the event winners in the youth rodeo, all-around winners for each age group received buckles. Buckles...

 

O'Connor wins scholarship at Leaders, Legends, and Legacies Football Camp

Carter County Bulldog Mick O'Connor was the 2019 John Wayne True Grit MVP $1000 scholarship award winner at the 2019 Leaders, Legends, and Legacies Football Camp held in Belgrade, Montana this June....

 

BBs & Bows in the Badlands: Youths spend exciting day outdoors

On June 22, forty-five guests spent a fun-filled day outdoors at Springhill Ranch near Wibaux at the inaugural BBs & Bows in the Badlands event for youths and their families. The kids shot BB...

 

2019 Summit Basketball Camp

The 6th Annual Summit Basketball Camp, named after the legendary women’s college basketball coach Pat Summit, was held June 20-22 in Ekalaka. This year over 130 campers participated. Organizers are thankful for the ongoing support of the camp,...

 

Kalifornia Katie crowned Australian Pro Stock Motorcycle champion

Katie Sullivan, also known as Kalifornia Katie, recently traveled to Willow Bay Raceway, near Ipswich Australia as part of the Team USA contingent to compete in the Australian Winter Nationals, an...

 

Stieg wins twice at weekend Bump-N-Run

Fourteen super stock cars, three pickups and five modified cars raced at Ekalaka's bump-n-run at the airport on Saturday. A cool, rainy day resulted in a muddy track that needed no extra water on it...

 

2019 North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees announced

In its 25th year honoring individuals, ranches, livestock and organizations that have made significant contributions to the development and promotion of North Dakota's livestock industry, ranching,...

 

CCHS sports awards given

Last week, Ekalaka Public Schools honored all local athletes from grades 5-12 for the 2018-2019 sports seasons at a program held in the CCHS Tuggle room. Junior high volleyball participants this year...

 

8 Bulldogs receive all-conference honors

With the conclusion of the Montana high school basketball season, divisions have announced all-conference and all-state selections. District 4C honors teams, as voted on by coaches, are below. Boys Al...

 

BACK 2 BACK

The Carter County High Lady Bulldogs left no doubt when they defeated Wibaux in the Southern C Divisional championship game on Saturday night in Laurel. The game was a rematch of this year's District...

 

Bulldogs end season at divisional tourney

The Bulldogs headed into the Southern C Divisional as a three seed after an exciting consolation win over Broadus at districts. In their tourney opener they played Park City. Blue was down only 5 at...

 

Lady Bulldogs win District 4C Tournament

After splitting games with Wibaux and dropping two to Melstone in the regular season, the CCHS Lady Bulldogs beat both teams when it really mattered and came away with a first place trophy from the...

 

CCHS headed to Southern C Divisional Tournament

The CCHS boys basketball team opened their tournament play against the Rebels of Custer/Hysham. The Bulldogs had a big first quarter, outscoring the Rebels 18-2. They were up by 31 at halftime. The...

 

Lady Blue wins 2

On Friday in Terry, the Lady Bulldogs came away with a 50 point victory. They out-rebounded the Terriers 43-10, and had 16 fewer turnovers. As a team they shot 46 percent on twos and 29 percent on...

 

Bulldogs finish regular season with pair of wins

The Bulldog boys got off to a slow start against the Terriers in Terry on Friday. Eventually, they got a 27 point victory. Mick O'Connor led the way with 16 points; Jared Pardee added 14. CCHS 6 24...

 

Boys pick up pair of wins

The CCHS boys basketball team picked up a pair of important wins over the weekend. On Friday, they defeated Northern Cheyenne, 69-28. Then, in Wibaux on Saturday, they won 44-39. Wibaux was seated...

 

Lady Blue splits weekend games

The Lady Bulldogs had little trouble taking down Northern Cheyenne at home last Friday. The girls put up 30 in the first quarter and eventually won by 54. They forced 36 turnovers while only...

 

Boys eke out win over Jordan

In a JV game at Plevna last Friday, the CCHS boys won by 14, despite committing 28 turnovers. Shane Burkhalter had a good game from the field, scoring all 14 of his points from inside the three-point...

 

Dogs dominate weekend opponents

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs scored 35 points in the first quarter against Plevna en route to a 48 point victory last Friday. The Cougars scored only 2 in the first, and 20 for the game. CCHS out-rebounded...

 

Bulldogs defeat Rebels, Hawks

The Bulldogs cruised to a 65-32 win over the Custer/Hysham Rebels in Custer last Thursday night. Blue took care of the ball, totaling only 10 turnovers, while forcing 26. Eight players made their way...

 

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