Wolf Point Herald

Wolf Point Falls Short Against Glasgow Teams

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Up For Two
Wolf Point’s Kateri Rush scores in Glasgow.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

The Wolf Point Wolves put together two strong efforts but fell short in both 2-B conference basketball games in Glasgow Friday, Jan. 16.
Wolf Point’s boys lost by a 45-35 final while Wolf Point’s girls were edged by a 39-31 margin.

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Poplar Drops Contests Against Sidney Teams

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Looking To Score
Poplar’s senior Waylon Youpee heads to the hoop during non-conference action against Sidney Thursday, Jan. 7.                               (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

The Poplar Indians fell short in their two basketball contests against the visiting Sidney Eagles Thursday night. Poplar’s girls lost by a 42-22 margin while Poplar’s boys were outscored 75-58.
In the girls contest, Poplar’s full-court defense led the Indians to a quick 5-0 lead. Sidney, however, scored 12 of the last 14 points of the period for a 12-7 advantage. Maddison DiFonzo scored six and Logan Peterson added five during Sidney’s run.

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Wolf Point Wrestlers Make Improved Showing In Cut Bank

Wolf Point’s varsity wrestlers made a better showing at the Cut Bank Invitational Friday and Saturday, Jan. 8-9, than they did in 2015.
“As a team, we scored 44 points, which was an improvement from last year as we scored 31,” coach Stan Moran Jr. said. “That meet is very prestigious. It’s a great tournament. AA teams were there. There were tough western Montana teams there.”

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Wolves Remain On The Hunt While Lady Wolves Pocket Seventh Win

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Wolf Point’s Kateri Rush (14) shoots against the Lady Spartans as Baker’s Elisa Hautala (40) tries to block the shot.                           (Photo by John Plestina)


The Lady Wolves improved their season record during the past week, pocketing wins in two non-conference tilts, while the Wolves remain on the hunt for what has been an elusive second win since winning at Harlem Dec. 19.
The Wolves (1-2, 1-7) dropped a pair of games at home to the Class A Dawson County Red Devils 72-42 Thursday, Jan. 7, and the Southern 3-B Baker Spartans 58-48 Saturday, Jan. 9.

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Wolves, Indians make strong showings

The Wolves went five for five and the Indians four for seven against wrestlers from Circle and Glasgow at a mixer at Poplar High School Saturday, Jan. 2.
Wolf Point head coach Stan Moran Jr. said he was pleased with the Wolves’ performance.
He reported the following results: 103-pounds, Tristan Kemp, 1-1; 113, Karson Wortman, 0-2; 120, Quinn Whitmus, 2-0; 126 David Herrera, 1-1; 138, Cameron Brock, 0-1; and 205, Ty Nygard, 1-0.

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