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Cradle of Coaching

July 15, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

This weekend, the city of New England celebrates its 125th anniversary. Over the years, the small southwestern North Dakota town has become known in the state’s athletic circles as the hometown of many successful coaches. Continue Reading

Coaches say 2 schools, 1 man set foundation for success in New England

July 14, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

Today, New England has a population of 555. In the past four decades, the small southwestern North Dakota town has produced almost as many successful coaches. Continue Reading

Retired NFL coach Erhardt’s first head coach job came at NE St. Mary’s

July 14, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

In 1957, Father Eugene LaMeres drove from New England to Williston in search of a do-it-all coach who could handle the football, wrestling and track and field programs at New England St. Mary’s High School. The man he found was Ron Erhardt. Continue Reading