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Wolf Point Battles Against Conference Leader Malta

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Going Inside
Wolf Point’s Gillian Medicine Cloud drives against the defense of Malta’s Adrianna Bibeau. Wolf Point’s girls host Glendive on Thursday, Feb. 4.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

Facing the highly ranked and regarded Malta basketball program, both Wolf Point teams came through with outstanding efforts despite receiving defeats. A strong second half led Malta’s boys to a 67-37 victory while Malta’s girls earned a 63-35 win during action in Wolf Point on Saturday, Jan. 30.

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Wolves Make Strong Showing On The Mats In Chinook, Harlem

The Wolves made strong showings with several wins at the Chinook Mixer Friday, Jan. 22, and the Harlem Invite Saturday, Jan. 23.
Wolf Point was 4-11 in Chinook with Quinn Whitmus winning three matches in the 120-pound weight class and Ty Nygard winning in the 205-pound class.

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Lady Wolves, Indians Capture Late Season Conference Victories

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Wolf Point’s Nathan Hamilton (24) shoots up and over Poplar’s Coy Atkinson (22) to score shortly before the halftime buzzer.
(Photo by John Plestina)

The Lady Wolves and the Indians pocketed late-season conference wins during the second meeting of the District 2-B rivals at Wolf Point Friday, Jan. 22.
Both Wolf Point varsity teams struggled against Poplar.

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Bench Play Leads Lady Wolves; Wolves Struggle With Poor Start

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Taking Control
Wolf Point’s Shelby Hanks drives by a Harlem player during the Wolves’ league victory.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 

It took a total team effort, but Wolf Point’s girls were able to score a 47-29 conference home victory over Harlem on Saturday, Jan. 23.
The Wolves struggled in the second period but led by a 21-14 margin at intermission.
Even with two starters on the bench for much of the third quarter, the Wolves were able to jump start their game and take a 34-20 advantage at the end of the period.

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C-Notes: Froid/Lake Upsets Circle

The Froid/Lake Redhawks surprising Circle, 55-53, in girls basketball play was one of the highlights during District 2-C action this weekend.
The Redhawks ran out to a 30-27 lead in the first half and increased the margin to 40-34 in the third quarter.

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