Wolf Point Herald

Wolves’ Track Team Competes At State

The Wolves’ track team competed at the state track and field meet in Bozeman, May 26-28.
“State was rainy on Friday and cool and breezy on Saturday,” said head coach R.C. Page. “We did well in some events and underperformed in others. A few athletes were able to set personal bests in events — that is what we asked of them. The state meet is very competitive.”

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Jackets Show Continuing Improvement

The Yellow Jackets showed continuing improvement, splitting a doubleheader at Burke Field with defending champion Glasgow Farm Equipment Sales Friday, May 27, giving Wolf Point a 4-4 record so far this season.

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Ten Wolves Head To State Track

Following a strong showing at the north/east B divisional track meet in Great Falls May 21, 10 Wolf Point athletes will now travel to Bozeman to compete in the state class B track meet May 27-28.

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Yellow Jackets Sting Malta, Split With Culbertson

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The Yellow Jackets rounded up Mustangs, winning both ends of their first doubleheader of the season at Burke Field with 14-4 and 6-4 wins over Malta Friday, May 20.
Two days later, the ‘Jackets split a double header at Culbertson, leaving Wolf Point with a 3-3 record so far this season.

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Wolves Advance During District Track Meet

Sophomore Brenna Kurokawa earned the district championship in the pole vault as the Wolves competed well during the District 2B track meet in Glasgow on Saturday, May 14.
Wolf Point’s girls earned third place in the team standings with 49.5 points behind Malta’s 230 and Glasgow’s 200.5. Poplar placed fourth with 25 and Harlem was fifth with 10 points.
Wolf Point’s boys took fourth with 73 points behind Glasgow with 206, Malta with 118 and Harlem placed third with 86. Poplar placed fifth with 40.
Kurokawa won the pole vault event by clearing 8-0. The sophomore finished second in the 200 (28.30) and third in the 100 (13.35).
Each of Wolf Point’s girls’ relay teams ran to second-place showings. The 400-meter relay team featuring Samantha Goodman, Shelby Hanks, Abby Juve and Kurokawa finished with a time of 54.45. The 1600-meter relay team consisting of Hanks, Juve, Kurokawa and Kelsie Neubauer had a time of 4.37.11.
Hanks, a junior, earned third in the high jump by clearing 4-10.
Neubauer, a junior, finished fifth in the 3200 with a time of 14.39.80.
Freshmen Abby Juve and Semarah Wells each placed sixth in events to advance to the divisional meet. Juve cleared 6-6 in the pole vault. Wells had a mark of 13-9 in the long jump.
Owen Lepper placed in four individual events to lead Wolf Point’s boys. The junior placed second in the long jump (18-6), second in the high jump (5-8), second in the 400 (52.37) and third in the 100 (11.9).
Marques White Horse, a sophomore, earned third in the 1600 (5.06.55), fourth in the high jump (5-8) and fourth in the 800 (2.16.09).
Wesley Weeks, a junior, placed second in the shot put (41-9), fourth in the 100 (12.18), fifth in the 200 (25.10) and fifth in the discus (116-6).
Ty Nygaard, a junior, took fourth in the discus with a mark of 120-8.
Quinn Whitmus, a sophomore, cleared 9-0 for fifth place in the pole vault.
Jordan Clark, a junior, took sixth in the discus (112-4).
The boys’ 400-meter relay team featuring Cole Grandchamp, Lepper, Weeks and White Horse finished third with a time of 47.14 seconds.
The divisional track meet takes place in Great Falls Saturday, May 21.

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