Wolf Point Herald

WPHS Tennis Opens Season With A Good Outing

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Pictured are Sierra Hanks (at left) and Mandi Martin.


The Wolf Point High School tennis team opened the 2015 season, winning most matches over Harlem at Borge Park Saturday, March 21.
“All in all, it was a great day of tennis. For the first meet of the season, our girls did such a wonderful job,” head coach Nicole Boos said.
“I had four girls who had never played competition-wise before now and even with the nerves and jitters did amazing. This year is looking bright for our tennis team as we have so many talented and hard working young ladies,” she said.
Boos reported the following results:
Mandi Martin defeated Jazzamyn Benson 6-2 and Alexa Longknife 6-3.
Octavia Reum and Sierra Hanks defeated Benson and Kinsey Cornell 6-0 in a doubles match.
Aiyana Bridges lost to Hailley Lamebulls 4-6 and defeated Tylee Buck 6-1.
Mary Clark and Stormy Knerr lost to Longknife and Cornell 1-6 in a doubles match.
Gillian Medicine Cloud defeated Tylee Buck 6-2.
Reum defeated Benson 6-1 and Cornell 6-0.
Madison Kinzie lost to Buck 3-6.
Clark defeated Hailley Lamebulls 6-0.
Martin and Hanks defeated Longknife and Benson 6-0 in a doubles match.
Knerr lost to Lamebulls 5-7.

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AAU Wrestling

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Wolf Point AAU wrestling hosted a meet at Wolf Point High School Saturday, March 21, with teams from throughout eastern Montana.  Results were not available.

In the first picture, Blake Lambert has a young Glasgow wrestler down. Lambert wrestles for Poplar and attends Frontier Elementary School.   The second photo is Wolf vs. Wolf with two Wolf Point kids wrestling each other. They are Rebel Mays and Jessie Reed.  The third picture is the Wolf Point AAU team.  They are are (front row, from left to right) Navarjo Escarcega, Sam Erwin, Kasey Reed, Donovan Espinoza, Richard Campbell III, Reilly Rees, Max DeWitt, Rebel Mays, Reese DeCoteau, Stone Lilley, Jesse Reed, Titus Easter, Aaron Johnson, Chaz Kegley, Chasyn Arneson, Knute Knerr, (back row) Ranon Arneson, Maddox Reum, Lennoxx Lilley, Danté Dionne, Trisetan Kemp, Matthew DeWitt, Sage Hutchinson, Daniel Kuszmaul and Raymond Knerr.        (Photos by John Plestina)

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Lady Wolves Receive Awards

Four Lady Wolves received awards from head coach Jeff Neubauer Monday, March 23.
The following awards were presented: Mahala Shawl, most improved; Ashtyn Hentges, hustle award; Ky’Lee Driftwood, most inspirational; and Mariah Weeks, most valuable teammate.

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Wolf Point’s DeWitt Is State Junior High Wrestling Champion

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Wolf Point Junior High wrestler Matthew DeWitt won the state championship in the 90-pound weight class at the Montana Middle School Wrestling Tournament in Lewistown Saturday, March 7.
The 48-team tournament is for all classes including Class AA schools from Billings, Bozeman, Butte, Missoula, Great Falls and other locations.
DeWitt won a decision over Johnnie Mccluskie of Billings Darkhorse in the opening round.
Then, he beat Austin Phattavong of Great Falls North.
In a semifinal round, DeWitt won a major decision over Cache Hilliard of Great Falls East.
DeWitt won the championship with a win by a decision over Jake Bibler of Sudden Victory.

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Sparklers Helena Bound

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The Sparklers All-Stars cheer group will compete in their first competition, the Great Northern Cheer and Dance Championships, at Carroll College in Helena, Saturday and Sunday, March 21 and 22. The competition is Montana’s largest non-school cheer and dance competition. Sparklers program is not affiliated with the Wolf Point School District and is for ages 7-14. Currently, 14 girls ages 8-12 participate. The Sparklers practice Tuesday and Thursday evenings in the ballroom at the Wolf Point Elks Lodge. They presented a recital for families and friends of the participants Tuesday, March 17. Former Wolf Point High School cheer coach Nellie Garfield and former WPHS cheerleader Nicole Huber founded Sparklers last year. Pictured are (front row, from left to right) Keely Blount, Ireland Vandall, Kaleah Miller-Toavs, (middle row) Brody Archdale, Kylie Rodenberg, Julie Garfield, Bekah Landsrud, Josephine Solberg-Hodges, (back row) Hannah Vandall, Demi Kegley, Angelica Sutton, Kaylee Johnson and Sierra Hamilton. Marti Grandchamp is not pictured.   (Photo by John Plestina)

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