Wolf Point Herald

Lady Wolves Split Matches With Williston, Baker Over Weekend

HN.4.17.14.SP.TENNIS 5988The Lady Wolves won five matches and lost four at home against Williston, N.D., Friday, April 11 and won four matches and lost four at Baker Saturday, April 12.
Against Williston, Wolf Point winners in singles matches were Carry Vandall, Tavie Reum, Sierra Hanks. Mercadeez Clark lost her match 0-8.
In doubles, winners were Reum and Kendra Landsrud, and Hanks and Vandall. Clark and Charlene Allmer lost 2-8, and Mandi Martin and Taylor Hamilton lost 0-8.
“Overall, we won against Williston and three of the four losses were from my freshmen, in which it was the first match they have ever played,” head coach Nicole Boos said.
“I am very impressed with how well they did even if they did lose. I look forward to watching them improve over the rest of the tennis season. They sure do have a lot of potential,” she said.
Against Baker, Vandall won one match 8-6 and lost another 4-8. Hanks won in a tie-breaker 8-7 and lost another match 2-6. Erin Presser won 6-0 and lost 2-8 to another opponent. Clark won a match 6-0. Reum and Landsrud lost 1-8 in doubles.
“I was so very impressed with how this weekend went. Of course we still need to work on some things, but I believe with a little more practice, we will have a very successful tennis season,” Boos said.
“Sierra Hanks did an exceptional job on her match which ended up going into a grueling tie breaker and in result Sierra came up with the win. I was very proud of her,” she said.
“I’m lucky to have the group of girls I do. They are all talented and I look forward to the rest of the season as they continue to improve,” Boos said.

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Wolves Emerge From Baker Invite With Improved Personal Bests

Several Wolf Point High School track and field athletes improved their personal bests in cold, blustery weather at the 34-team Baker Invitational Saturday, April 12.
Wolf Point’s girls’ team finished 15th with five points. Glasgow finished in first place in boys’ and girls’ competition.
“This is the biggest meet we’ve been to so far this season,” head coach Robert Page said.
“We’re young, but I wasn’t unhappy. They went out and competed well,” he said.
“The kids set some personal bests from a week ago when we were in Glasgow, which shows they are making progress,” Page said.
“Sonica [Archdale] tried the javelin and did well. It’s a new event for her,” he said.
Archdale, the only senior girl on the team, also showed promise in the triple jump.
Ashley Page recorded a fifth-place finish in the long jump, her best so far this year.
“Kenny Boos made the finals in the 110 hurdles as a freshman,” Page said.
“I told the kids I was happy with how they competed, but I wasn’t satisfied and I didn’t want them to be satisfied, either,” he said.
Wolf Point has a junior varsity meet Tuesday, April 22. The next varsity meet will be at home Saturday, April 26, for the Nashua Invite.
Boys’ Results
200 Meter
Owen Lepper, 16th, 25.20.
110m Hurdles
Kenny Boos, 13th, 19.21.
300m Hurdles
Boos, 13th, 50.26.
4x100m Relay
Wolf Point finished 10th at 49.01 with Austin Juve, David Knerr, Lepper and Wesley Weeks.
4x400m Relay
Wolf Point finished 10th with a 4:08.77 with Brady Babb, Boos, Lepper and Weeks.
Triple Jump
Aaron D’Ambrosio, 12th, 36-08.00.
Girls’ Results
200 Meter
Shelby Hanks, eighth, 29.32; Ashley Page, 15th, 30.67.
110m Hurdles
Kateri Rush, 12th, 19.45.
300m Hurdles
Rush, eighth, 58.11.
4x100m Relay
Wolf Point, sixth, 57.10, Sonica Archdale, Hanks, Page and Rush.
Javelin
Ashtyn Hentges, 17th, 71-09.
High Jump
Hanks, fourth, 4-08.00.
Long Jump
Page, fifth, 15-05.50.

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Poplar Competes In Baker Invitational

The Poplar High School boys’ track and field team finished 18th with seven points at the Baker Invitational Track Meet Saturday, April 12.
Boys’ Results
1600 Meter
Lane Headdress, ninth, 5:25.80.
3200 Meter
Headdress, fifth, 11:54.80; Chris LeMay, 10th, 12:35.71.
4x100m Relay
Poplar finished 17th, 51.76, Jeffrey Berger, Myltin Bighorn, Sheridan Stranger Horse and Brent Lester.
Shot Put
Daniel DeHerrera, fourth, 40-06.50; AJ Hollom, seventh, 38-06.00; Daniel Orcutt, 17th, 36-00.00; Stranger Horse, 18th, 35-11.50.
Discus
Stranger Horse, seventh, 110-04; DeHerrera, eighth, 105-03; Hollom, 16th, 96-06.
Girls’ Results
100 Meter
Kylee Stump, 18th, 14.68.
200 Meter
Stump, 17th, 31.12.
800 Meter
Brooke Boyd, 13th, 3:01.08; Brittany Whiteman, 16th, 3:11.61.
1600 Meter
Drew Reum, 15th, 6:53.05; Whiteman, 16th, 7:07.35.
Shot Put
Shawna Hagadone, 11th, 27:00.50.
Discus
Hagadone, seventh, 85-07; Jessica Pipe, 15th, 73-03; Whiteman, 23rd, 65-11.

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Lady Wolves Off To Good Start At First Two Meets

HN.4.10.14.WP.TENNIS-PRESSERThe Lady Wolves got off to an impressive start with a pair of matches at home against Forsyth Friday, April 4, and Baker Saturday, April 5.
Forsyth
The Lady Wolves easily shut down Forsyth, winning all but one match.
Carry Vandall won two matches over Kayla Fulton, 6-2, and Maria Antonio-Lewis 6-1.
Sierra Hanks also won twice, beating Kayla Fulton 6-1 and Alex Gantchoff 6-1.
Erin Presser won a pair over Maria Antonio-Lewis, 6-3, and Justine Yazzie 6-1.
Tavie Reum beat Mecaila French 6-0.
Mercadeez Clark beat Haley Ash-Eide 6-0.
Thea Smith lost to Alex Gantchoff 4-6.
Kendra Landsrud beat Justine Yazzie 6-2.
In doubles, Tavie Reum and Kendra Landsrud beat Maria Anotonio-Lewis and Kayla Fulton 6-2.
Thea Smith and Mercadeez Clark beat Justine Yazzie and Alex Gantchoff 6-2, and Mecaila French and Haley Ash-Eide 6-0.
Baker
Wolf Point came out with a positive finish, winning six and losing four matches to Baker.
The names of Baker players were not available.
Vandall lost one match 4-8 and won another 8-6.
Hanks won a tie-breaker 8-7 and lost another match 2-6.
Presser won one match 6-0 and lost another 2-8.
In doubles, Reum and Landsrud lost a match 1-8 and  Smith and Clark won two matches 6-0 and 6-0.
“I was so very impressed with how this weekend went. Of course, we still need to work on some things, but I believe with a little more practice, we will have a very successful tennis season,” coach Nichole Boos said.
“Sierra Hanks did an exceptional job on her match which ended up going into a grueling tie-breaker and in result Sierra came up with the win. I was very proud of her,” she said.
“I’m lucky to have the group of girls I do. They are all talented and I look forward to the rest of the season as they continue to improve,” Boos said.
The Lady Wolves will play at home again Saturday, hosting Williston, N.D.

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Wolves Run Strong At Glasgow; also Brockton, Lustre, Nashua, Poplar Results

The Wolves track and field team finished ninth, recording a team score of 21 and the Lady Wolves registered a team score of 14 for a seventh-place finish at the Glasgow Invitational Friday, April 4.
Glasgow finished first on both the boys’ and girls’ sides.
Kenny Boos finished third in the 110m hurdles, recording a time of 18.94, and sixth in the 300m hurdles with a time of 50.06.
In the 400m relay, Wolf Point A was second with a time of 47.81.
Aaron D’Ambrosio finished third in the triple jump with a 35-10.
Wolf Point A finished fifth in the girls’ 400m relay at 57.23.
Shelby Hanks recorded fourth place in the high jump with a jump of 4-8.25.
Sonica Archdale registered a third place finish in the long jump with a 14-0.50 and Ashley Page finished seventh, recording a jump of 13.06.50.
“It was a beautiful day,” head coach Robert Page said.
“I was impressed with both the boys and girls. We’re a young team. We have a lot of freshmen and sophomores,” he said.
“A big part of our program is to be coachable and a lot of our kids were coachable [at the Glasgow meet],” Page said.
“We can improve on the times and distances they set,” he said.
The Wolves’ varsity will compete at Baker Saturday, April 12. Wolf Point will host a junior high track invitational meet Friday, April 11.
Other Schools
Brockton
Brockton only competed with a girls’ team and tied Nashua for 11th place with 2 points each.
Lustre
Lustre Christian High School only competed on the boys’ side and was 15th with a score of 2.
James Ryu finished fifth in the triple jump with a 35-2.
Nashua
Nashua’s boys finished sixth with a score of 42 and the girls tied with Brockton for 11th place with 2 points each.
Lane Nickels of Nashua finished first in the 800m recording a 2:11.28.
In the 1600m, Nickels also recorded a first- place finish with a time of 5:10.30.
Brandon Bunk of Nashua took sixth place in the 3200m, recording 13:36.00.
In the boys’ 1600m relay, Nashua A finished third  with a time of 4:11.00.
Nickels was second in the high jump with a jump of 5-4. Chase Williams finished third with a 5-0 jump. Kyle Gorman finished sixth with a 4-10.
Morgan Guttenberg finished sixth in the girls’ long jump with a jump of 13-8.50.
Sandy Viste finished sixth in the javelin with a throw of 74-11.
Poplar
The Poplar boys finished 10th with a score of 17 and the girls’ team was also 10th with a score of 4.
Lane Headdress finished fifth in the 1600m with a time of 5:27.40.
Myltin Bighorn  finished third in the 300m hurdles with a time of 48.69. Brent Lester finished fifth at 48.96.
In the boys’ 400m relay, Poplar A finished sixth with a time of 50.87.
Sheridan Stranger Horse finished third in discus with a throw of 118-1.
Drew Reum finished sixth in the girls’ 1600m, recording a time of 7:09.50, and sixth in the 3200m with a time of 15:18.30.
Shawna Hagadone finished fifth in the discus with a throw of  84-0.

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