Wolf Point Herald

Wolf Point Youth Soccer Wraps Up Season

On Thursday, Oct. 17, Wolf Point Youth Soccer’s four- and five-year-old age group wrapped up it’s first season as a city program. The “M” team wound up taking first-place in the four- and five-year-old league and the program had about 12 volunteers total and 35 youth who participated.

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Postseason Starts New Season For WPHS, Poplar Spikers

There is a common belief in high school volleyball that the postseason wipes the slate clean and begins a new season. Wolf Point and Poplar will take divisional aspirations to the district tournament beginning in just over one week.

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Wolves End Season On Gridiron 2-6

Head coach Brett Scott and the Wolf Point Wolves set a goal for a class B playoff berth for the first time in several years when the season began in August.
Instead the Wolves (2-2, 2-6) ended the season in third place with a 47-6 non-conference loss in Roundup Friday, Oct. 14.
Wolf Point was in sole possession of first place in district 2B the fifth week of the season.

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Indians Lose Final Conference Game At Glasgow

The conference-leading Glasgow Scotties won their third district 2B contest over Poplar with seven first quarter touchdowns in Glasgow Friday, Oct. 15.
After the damage was done in the first stanza, Glasgow only scored two more times for a 63-6 win.

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Playoff Hopes Dashed With Loss At Malta

The Wolves hopes of earning a spot in the Class B playoffs were dashed with a loss in the final conference game at Malta Friday, Oct. 7.
The 41-0 loss to the Mustangs left the Wolves (2-2, 2-5) in third place two weeks after leading the District 2B standings.

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