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Wolves, Lady Wolves Open Post-Season At District Tourney

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Senior Night
Wolf Point High School seniors participating in winter sports and speech and drama were honored with their families and coaches for Senior Night before the Lady Wolves played the Lady Scotties in the final regular season game Friday, Feb. 12. Seniors honored were: Kyanna Hamilton [team manager], Terrell Hamilton, Logan Nefzger, Dennis White Eagle, boys’ basketball; Keelia Brock and Camrynn Parker, girls’ basketball; Alecia Macdonald, cheerleader; sisters Christina and LaRae Dahl, pep band; and Devin Northington, speech and drama. Several seniors and their families presented star quilts to recipients of their choice. (Photo by John Plestina)


With the regular season over, the Wolves and Lady Wolves open post-season play at the District 2B Tournament in Glasgow, Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 18-20.
The Lady Wolves (4-4, 11-7) finished the regular season in third-place in District 2B behind conference-leading Malta and second-place Glasgow. Harlem finished in fourth-place and Poplar was fifth.

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Legion Baseball Team Could Return

There was a time when the Wolf Point Yellowjackets were a strong force in eastern Montana and the entire state for American Legion baseball.
Mike Hanks, who played for some of the program’s standout teams in the late 1980s, is gaining support to have the program return after a lack of players during the last five seasons. “We’ve had such a strong program in years past,” Hanks said. “We want to bring it back.”

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Wolves Drop Games Against Glendive

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Wolf Point’s junior Kateri Rush pushes the ball upcourt during the contest against Glendive on Thursday, Feb. 4.                               (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

Both of Wolf Point’s varsity basketball squads came out on the short end of their non-conference games against Glendive on Thursday, Feb. 4. Wolf Point’s girls lost 54-47 while Wolf Point’s boys were defeated in Glendive 67-46.

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Area Students Place At Elks Hoop Shoot

Two area students placed at the state competition for the Elks Hoop Shoot held in Livingston on Saturday, Feb. 6.

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Wolf Point Teams Split With Scobey

With the regular season winding down, Wolf Point coaches are counting their wins and losses and looking to the District 2-B tournament in Glasgow, Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 18-20.

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