Wolf Point Herald

Tennis Team Competes In Williston

The Wolf Point High School tennis team competed at Williston, N.D., Tuesday, April 28, against girls from Williston and Baker.
The meet that was scheduled with Harlem for Saturday, May 4, was canceled.
Against Williston
Mandi Martin lost to Joy Lin 3-6.
Mary Clark lost to Vanessa Mosalve 1-6.
Taylor Hamilton lost to Ella Pedersen 1-6.
Charlene Allmer lost to Jacie Kohler 1-6.
Savannah Wozniak lost to Shannon Semenko 1-6.
Gillian Medicine Cloud lost to April Kelly 0-6.
Madison Kinzie defeated Savannah Brock 6-4 and lost to Claudia Jones 0-6.
Sierra Hanks and Tavie Reum lost to  Jenna Albert and Joy Lin 4-6 and defeated Jenna Albert and Vanessa Monsalve 6-2.
Thea Smith and Stormy Knerr defeated Ella Pedersen and Jacie Kohler 6-4, and Stephanie Bracky and Alysse Ogaard 6-3.
Mandi Martin and Mary Clark lost to Katie Stoddard and Miranda Barraza 2-6.
Hamilton and Allmer lost to Carly Collins and Danielle Stauffer 4-6.
Wozniak and Medicine Cloud lost to Sofia Rose and Tori Wenke 0-6.
Against Baker
Martin lost to Kylie Hadley 2-8.
Mary Clark lost to Pam Tronstad 3-8 and Hadley 0-8.
Hamilton lost to Anna Espeland 4-8 and Samantha Smith 3-8.
Allmer lost to Smith 3-8.
Medicine Cloud lost to Kendall Wipperling 3-6.
Hanks and Reum lost to Savannah Hickey and Braylea Wyrick 2-8.
Smith and Knerr lost to Savannah Davis and Cheyenne Perry 5-8.
Wozniak and Kinzie lost to Meghan Greiff and Haylee Barkley 5-7 and defeated Cheyenne Janeway and Ashley Rost 6-3.

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Divas Finish Third In Bismarck


Wolf Point’s Dribbling Divas traveling team finished third after playing five intense games at the Missouri River Tournament in Bismarck, N.D. The Divas are students at Northside and Frontier schools. Pictured are (front row, from left to right) Sarah Williams, Presley Grandchamp, Hamynie Campbell, (back row) Gracie Medicine Cloud, Ciera Michaelsen, Coach Jeremy Azure, Jaylee Azure and Luloni Miller.    (Submitted photo)

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WPHS Golfers Do Well At Recent Meets


Wolf Point’s Jeremiah Paine tees off during the Poplar Invitational at the Airport Golf Course April 17.   (Photo by John Plestina)

Wolf Point High School’s golf team competed at meets in Whitewater, April 14; Poplar at Wolf Point, April 17; and Glasgow, April 24.
April 14
Anamarie Long shot a 127 for a fourth-place finish among girls competing.
Jeremiah Paine shot a 97 for sixth-place. Other results for WPHS male golfers were: Jeremy Birkoski, 104, 10th; Cale Evans, 112, 14th; Jacob Boysun, 160.
Poplar Invitational
At Wolf Point
April 17
Paine took second-place honors with a 92. Evans shot a 117.
Glasgow Invitational
April 24
Paine shot a 86 for another second-place finish. Evans shot a 115 and Boysun, 131.
Long shot a 149 for a 10th-place finish on the girls’ side of the meet.
Wolf Point’s home meet is scheduled for Saturday, May 2. Divisionals, also at the Wolf Point’s Airport Golf Course, are Monday, May 4.

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Amerind All West Native Basketball Classic


The Fort Peck Housing Authority Youth Department sponsored boys’ and girls’ basketball teams from the Fort Peck Reservation that played in the 30th annual Amerind All West Native American Basketball Classic in Lakewood, Colo., in late March. It was part of the annual Amerind Native American Youth Weekend. The Fort Peck girls’ team finished in third place in the Silver Division. Pictured are (front row, from left to right): Ashtyn Hentges, Wolf Point, sophomore; April Brown, Brockton, senior; Mariah Weeks, Wolf Point, senior; Jessica Bauer, Wolf Point, senior; Jasmine Eder, Brockton, sophomore; (back row) Aileen Russell, Poplar, played for Brockton, freshman; Shaedel Adams, Frazer, freshman; and Nakiya Jackson, Frazer, freshman. A team photo of the boys’ team was not available. They are: Chris Azure, Culbertson, junior; Alex Lone Bear, Poplar, senior; Tyson Bridges, Wolf Point, senior; Justin Gray Hawk Jr., Culbertson, junior; Terrell Hamilton, Wolf Point, sophomore; Trevor Hamilton, Wolf Point, senior; Orlando Young, Poplar, sophomore; Boy Youngman, Poplar, sophomore; Waylon Youpee Jr., Poplar, junior.   (Submitted photo)

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Local Athletes Do Well At Glendive Elks Meet

The following results for top placing individual competitors from the Glendive Elks Invitational Friday, April 24, are for local athletes only.
Team scores: Glendive, 91; Jordan, 74; Sidney, 66; Westby/Grenora, 61; Miles City, 56; Baker, 48; Fairview, 36; Wolf Point, 24; Ekalaka, 18; Forsyth, 16; Culbertson, 14; Bainville, 12; Scobey, 8; Terry, 2; Wibaux, 1.
400 meter: Owen Lepper, WP, fourth, 54.10.
800 meter: Tristan Sun Rhodes, Culbertson, third, 2:08.33.
1600 meter: Sun Rhodes, Culbertson, second, 4:44.53; Beau Hyatt, Bainville, third, 4:53.19; Marques White Horse, WP, fourth, 4:58.19.
3200 meter: White Horse, WP, second, 10:54.57; Hyatt, Bainville, third, 10:55.74.
400 relay: Wolf Point, second, 45.94.
Team scores: Glendive, 70; Miles City, 69.5; Baker, 67.5; Sidney, 60; Forsyth, 49.5; Scobey, 36.5; Wolf Point, 36; Westby/Grenora, 34; Richey/Lambert, 32; Terry, 19.5; Wibaux, 14.5; Fairview, 14; Culbertson, 8; Bainville, 8; Jordan, 4; Plevna, 4.
800 meter: Sierra Summers, WP, first, 2:32.37; Kateri Rush, WP, third, 2:36.48.
1600 meter: Summers, WP, first, 5:39.16; Rush, WP, fourth, 5:49.52.
300 hurdles: Elise Romo, Bainville, second, 53.5.
Long jump: Emily Nielsen, Culbertson, fifth, 14-3½.
Triple jump: Nielsen, Culbertson, third, 31-8½.
High jump: Shelby Hanks, WP, third, 4-8.
Pole vault: Brenna Kurokawa, WP, sixth.

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