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The following are the Poplar results from the Glendive Elks Track and Field Meet held at Dawson County High School in Glendive.
The Poplar boys finished in 15th place with 2 points and the girls finished in 13th place with 5 points.
Myltin Bighorn, 15th, 25.76; Jeffrey Berger, 17th, 26.33.
Orlando Young, seventh, 2:24.06; Richard Brown, 18th, 2:49.92.
Brown, 11th, 6:36.41.
Bighorn, 46.96; Brent Lester, seventh, 48.04.
Poplar ‘A’, 10th, 50.20.
Daniel DeHerrera, 10th, 39-04.50; Sheridan Stranger Horse, 12th, 36-00.50; William Prichard, 14th, 35-10.50; Daniel Orcutt, 15th, 35-06.50; AJ Hollom, 23rd, 34-02.00.
Stranger Horse, eighth, 114-06; DeHerrera, 11th, 107-09; Andrew Moran, 20th, 82-06; Orcutt, 24th, 78-09.
Young, 12th, 127-06; Stranger Horse, 15th, 122.02; Lester, 17th, 121.11.
Kylee Stump, ninth 14.56.
JenEtte Standing, 13th, 32.12; Emily Hagadone, 14th, 32.54.
Brittany Whiteman, 10th, 3:03.88.
Drew Ruem, sixth,14:10.42.
Shawna Hagadone, fourth. 91-04; Jessica Pipe, 17th, 69-11.
Shawna Hagadone, 12th, 28-08.00; Caitlyn Whiteman, 16th, 23-04.00; Janaeya Sutherland, 17th, 22-09.50; Pipe, 18th, 22-08.00.
Shawna Hagadone, 16th, 79-07; Standing, 17th, 73-02.
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Wolf Point Junior High track team went to Miles City Meet on May 3.
Sixth- and seventh-grade boys finished ninth overall with six team points.
100 relay: fourth, 57.00, Cade Baker, Bryor Smith, Nick Page, Micah Solberg.
800 relay: third, 2:05.45, Baker, Smith, Page, Solberg.
Sixth- and seventh-grade girls finished fifth overall with 26 team points.
1600 meter: Journey Erickson, second, 6:03.53.
100 relay: fifth, 1:00.94, Abby Juve, Paisley Ferdina, Kassie Kirkaldie, Semarah Wells.
800 relay: second, 2:14.42, Lauren Crawford, Ferdina, Juve, Erickson.
800 meter: Erickson, third, 2:50.88.
200 meter: Wells, third, 30.69.
Discus: Hailey Brunelle, fifth, 62-4.
High jump: Juve, third, 4-2.
Eighth-grade boys finished in fourth place in team points with 22 points, only two points short of third.
1600 meter: Marques Whitehorse, first, 5:17.96.
800 relay: third, 1:56.52, Leslie Hawk, Jeremy Red Dog Jr., Cole Grandchamp, Whitehorse.
200 meter: Grandchamp, fifth, 31:12.0.
Discus: Leslie Hawk, fourth, 107-8.
Long jump: Grandchamp, fifth, 14-3.
High jump: Whitehorse, second, 5-0.
Eighth-grade girls finished third in team points with 43, five points short of second place.
1600 meter: Summers, first, 5:52.38.
800 relay: first, 2:08.09, Ayanna Archdale, Brenna Kurokawa, Jaki Harada, Sierra Summers.
800 meter: Summers, first, 2:40.62.
200 meter: Kurokawa, second, 30.72.
1600 relay: first, 4:53.1, Erickson, Harada, Crawford, Summers.
Discus: Jaymee Stiffarm, third, 69-2; Amandalaura Weeks-Combs, fifth, 68-2.
Written by John Plestina
Pictured are Wolf Point's Kenny Boos, Shelby Hanks, Aaron D'Ambrosio and Ashton Hentges.
The Wolves finished second behind Scobey with 107 team points at the Porcupine Invitational, a track meet hosted by Nashua High School at Wolf Point, Saturday, April 26.
Nashua finished third with 77 points and Lustre Christian finished seventh with 22 points.
The Lady Wolves finished fourth with a team score of 65. Nashua was third scoring 69 points and Lustre was eighth with 5.5.
“I thought we did well considering the wind was horrible,” Wolf Point head coach Robert Page said.
“It did warm up, but the wind kept blowing harder,” he said.
Several teams that had been scheduled to participate did not come to the meet.
The following are individual results.
Ryan Padden, Nashua, 12; Wesley Weeks, WP, 12.1; Owen Lepper, WP, 12.2; Kenny Boos, WP, 13.1; Aaron D’Ambrosio, WP, 13.02; David Knerrr, WP, 13.82; Ty Nygaard, WP, 17.02.
Padden, Nashua, 24.5; Lepper, WP, 24.0.
Lane Nickels, Nashua, 55.7; Padden, Nashua, 59.4; Brady Babb, WP, 1:01.76.
Nickels, Nashua, 2:15.7.
Boos, WP, 19.6; Justin Kelm, Nashua, 21.4.
Boos, WP, 50.8; Brandon Bunk, Nashua, 55.1; Knerr, WP, 61; Nygaard, WP, 84.4.
Wolf Point 49.2, Lustre Christian 53.4.
Wolf Point 4:04.2; Nashua 4:16.3.
Babb, WP, 7-2.
Chase Williams, Nashua, 5.
D’Ambrosio, WP, 37-3; Boos, WP, 32-11.
Nickels, Nas, 17; Weeks, WP, 16-6; D’Ambrosio, WP, 15-8.5.
Weeks, WP, 39-1.5; Knerr, WP, 33-11.
Lepper, WP, 118-4; Knerr, WP, 115-8.
Shelby Hanks, WP, 14.29.
Kateri Rush, WP, 31.6.
Morgan Guttenberg, Nashua, 1:15.2; Nicole Williams, Nashua, 1:18.6; Matyiah Traeholt, Lustre, 1:31.5.
Williams, Nashua, 3:07.9.
Zoe Glasoe, Nashua, 7:28.2.
Rush, WP, 19.3.
Rush, WP, 56; Morgan Steffins, WP, 62.2; Glasoe, Nashua, 68.4.
Wolf Point 57.2.
Hanks, WP, 5.
Hanks, WP, 4-6; Guttenberg, Nashua, 3-10; Gabby Pierre, Lustre, 3-8.
Rush, WP, 26-11; Guttenberg, Nashua, 26-10.5.
Ashley Page, WP, 14; Guttenberg, Nashua, 13-3; Pierre, Lustre, 11-9.
Faith Keys, Nashua, 26-6.5; Ryleigh Delich, Nashua, 26-6; Ashtyn Hentges, WP, 25-3.5; Aeryn Martin, WP, 24-3.5.
Keys, Nashua, 75; Delich, Nashua, 62-2.
Keys, Nas, 89-10; Page, WP, 82-10.
Wolf Point participated in a meet in Malta Tuesday, April 29. The results were not available as of press time. The Wolves are scheduled to be in Glendive this coming weekend and will host the Wolf Point Invitational Saturday, May 10.
Written by John Plestina
The Lady Wolves had a tough outing at Chinook Friday, April 25, that followed a strong showing at Baker, Thursday, April 17.
WPHS vs. Chinook
In singles matches, Sierra Hanks lost 2-8, 0-8, 5-8; Erin Presser lost 0-8, 1-8, 0-8; Tavie Reum won 8-5; Thea Smith lost 0-8, 5-8; Mercadeez Clark lost 0-8; Kendra Landsrud lost 0-8.
In doubles, Reum and Landsrud lost 5-8, 4-8; Clark and Smith lost 2-8, 4-8; Hanks and Presser lost 3-8.
In singles, Mandi Martin lost 0-8; Mary Clark lost 0-8; Charlene Allmer lost 0-8 and 0-6; Taylor Hamilton lost 4-8.
In doubles, Martin and Hamilton lost 2-8, 4-6; Allmer and Clark lost 4-8; Clark and Martin lost 1-6.
WP JV vs. Harlem JV
In singles, Martin lost 6-8; Clark lost 6-8; Hamilton lost 2-8.
In doubles, Clark and Martin lost 1-6.
“It was a tough day for both varsity and JV. Chinook had a lot of talent for both varsity and JV as well as Harlem and by playing them it showed coach [Nicole] Paulson and I the things we need to work on with the girls in order for them to improve their game. I am still so very proud of my girls and have no doubt that their talent will continue to grow in the weeks ahead,” head coach Nicole Boos said.
WPHS vs. Baker
In singles, Carry Vandall lost to Kylie Hadley 3-8; Hanks defeated Margaret Uecker 8-1; Presser defeated Pam Tronstad 8-0; Reum defeated Anna Espeland 8-3; Martin lost to Sam Smith 4-6; and Hamilton lost to Megan Grief 4-6.
In doubles, Hanks and Presser lost 4-8; Reum and Landsrud won 8-1; Mercadeez Clark and Smith won 6-4; Mary Clark and Allmer lost 3-6.
WPHS vs. Forsyth
In singles, Vandall defeated Kayla Fulton 8-6; Hanks defeated Deborah Lawson 8-1; Presser defeated Maria Antonio-Lewis 8-1; Martin lost to Alex Gantchoff 1-6; Hamilton defeated Haley Ash-Eide 6-3; Allmer defeated Ash-Eide 6-0.
In doubles, Hanks and Presser defeated Fulton and Antonio-Lewis 6-2; Reum and Landsrud defeated Lawson and
Written by John Plestina
The Wolf Point Mosquitoes have started practice and are just over one week from the first game, a preseason contest with
Culbertson at Wolf Point, Friday, May 9.
The Mosquitoes are chartered by the national Babe Ruth Baseball League. The 13 players are between 13 and 15 years old.
“This is third year for Babe Ruth after a three-year absence,” Craig Smith, president of the Wolf Point Baseball Association, said.
Wolf Point has been without an American Legion team for four years. Smith sees the Babe Ruth program as a path to establishing a new Legion team, but not this year.
“Our goal is to hopefully, in the next couple of years, to have the Legion program reinstated,” Smith said. “We’d like to get that Legion program up and running as soon as possible.”
Since the Wolf Point Yellowjackets American Legion team disbanded, a few high school boys from Wolf Point and Poplar have played for the Glasgow team.
This year there is one, Waylon Youpee, a Poplar High School student.
“That’s quite a commute to commit to,” Smith said of the nearly 150-mile round trip between Poplar and Glasgow for games and practices.
“He’s one of the kids we are hoping to get our Legion program up and running for,” he said.
“The boys just won a couple of games last year but showed a lot of competitiveness going into the district tournament. I think they are going to be real competitive this year,” Smith said.
For now, Smith is looking forward to the season ahead and hosting the Babe Ruth district baseball tournament at Wolf Point in June.