Written by John Plestina
In the first photo, the Wolves Brady Babb (1), Saunder St. Marks (30) and one other Wolf Point player who is not identified stop Glasgow's Benji Phillips (36) on a fourth quarter rush in Glasgow Friday, Oct. 2. In the second picture, Wolf Point's Saunder St. Marks (30) stops Glasgow tight end Luke Breigenzer after a catch during the second quarter. In the third photo, Wolf Point quarterback Brady Babb rolls out of the pocket during the first half. In the fourth photo, Wolf Point wide receiver Morty Manning (42) gets around Glasgow's Cody King (55) and Trent Herbert (12). The fifth picture is the Wolf Point cheerleaders getting the Wolves side of the stands fired up after Brady Babb scored Wolf Point's only touchdown late in the game. In the sixth photo, Wolf Point fans try to stay warm and dry on a cold and wet game night. (Photos by John Plestina)
What many people in Wolf Point expected would be a third 2B Northern conference win that would have secured a playoff berth for the Wolves for the first time in several years turned into disappointment for Wolf Point fans and a first win for the Scotties this season Friday, Oct. 2.
The Scotties (1-0, 1-5) emerged from Glasgow’s Homecoming game with a likely trip to the playoffs after scoring just 28 points in five previous games, three of which were shutouts.
Written by John Plestina
It’s on to Glasgow for the hungry Wolves that are looking for a third 2B Northern conference win that would secure a playoff berth for the first time in several years.
The Wolves (2-0, 2-3) play the Scotties (0-0, 0-5) Friday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m., at Glasgow High School. The rival Scotties are still on the hunt for a first win this season after being blanked 42-0 at Fairfield Friday, Sept. 25. Glasgow, having scored just 28 points in five games, has been shut out three times this season. The Scotties, with an impressive 2014 record, lost a substantial number of last year’s senior starters to graduation.
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The Lady Wolves JV beat the Lustre Christian varsity 3-0 (25-13, 25-19, 25-17) Thursday, Sept. 24. Lustre tied the second and third games several times and led for parts of the third set. The first picture is Wolf Point's Paisley Ferdina (17) with a defensive hit in the second game. The ball is just outside the picture. At right is Jaki Harada (2). The second photo is Lustre's Taylor Reddig (6) with an offensive hit. (Photos by John Plestina)
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The Lady Wolves lost 3-0 to Scobey Tuesday, Sept. 24. Aubrey Zilkoski (10) returns the ball as a Scobey player attempts to block it. Mary Clark (24) is pictured. The Lady Wolves next play Friday, Oct. 2, when they host Malta. (Photo by John Plestina)
Written by Stacey Summers
The first photo is Wolf Point’s JJ Azure, shown nearing the finish line of the boys’ varsity race. The second picture is Poplar varsity boys runners shown at the start of the Glasgow invitational. The third photo is Frazer’s Wyatt Miller, Wolf Point’s Trey Fourstar, Karson Wortman, and Joseph Williamson. The fourth picture is Frazer’s Juelz Bauer, Culbertson’s Abbey Granbois, and Wolf Point’s Jaylee Azure and Darlene MacDonald running downhill just before the finish of the girls’ junior high 1.5 mile race in Glasgow last Saturday. (Photos by John Summers)
Local teams from along the Hi-Line converged on Fort Peck Lake’s Kiwanis Park for the Glasgow Cross Country invitational.