Wolf Point Herald

Poplar Middle School Girls’ Cross Country Recap

The following is a recap of Poplar Middle School girls’ cross country.
The season began with three first places at meets.
The Middle School Lady Indians traveled to Glasgow on Sept. 11, running against 48 girls and placed first with 21 points. Wolf Point, second, 51 points; Glasgow, third, 95; Culbertson, fourth, 102; and Frazer, fifth, 186.
Carlee Longtree had an amazing season coming in first overall at 10:15. Riley MacDonald returned and moved up in team placements this year coming in second overall at 10:26. Allie Azure was back as a strong runner for the team placing fifth overall and third for the team. Jacora Youngman, another strong runner, placed sixth overall and fourth for the team. Ivey Lambert was fifth in for the team and seventh overall.
New runner Mailey Wells placed eighth overall at 11:03. Brandi Simons placed ninth overall at 11:17. Chloe Shields returned this year at 12:16.
Others were: Jazmyn Carry Water, 13:12; Dennissa Red Eagle, 14:33; Kylie Gourneau, 14:41; Jaidyn Cantrell, 15:00; Morgan Russell, 16:34; Morgen Nordwick, 16:35; Madison Dehner, 16:50; Prairiedawn Thunderchild, 20:06; Sondra Big Leggins, 20:58; and Kristen Devereaux 26:23.
The Middle School then traveled to Frazer to run and placed first there on a challenging course. Longtree placed first overall again at 10:42. Riley MacDonald was right behind her and second again with a great race time of 10:50. Wells moved up and placed sixth overall at 11:16. Youngman placed seventh overall and fourth for the team. Placing eighth overall and fifth for the team again was Lambert. Also running; a great race was: Brandi Simons, 11:48; Allie Azure, 12:24; Carry Water, 12:26; Cantrell ,13:43; Nordwick, 14:41; Rylee Marottek, 14:32; Kylie Gourneau, 15:08; Red Eagle, 16:15; Russell, 17:11; Thunderchild, 18:59; Big Leggins, 19:13; Devereaux, 19:31; and Dehner, 19:40.
At Culbertson on Sept. 19, the Lady Indians placed first with 21 points, Wolf Point, Culbertson and Plentywood also ran.
Longtree was first with a time of 9:56. MacDonald also having a great year was second at 10:16. Azure moved up to fifth overall and a third place for the team at 10:36. Lambert also moved up to fourth for the team and sixth overall at 10:55. Youngman placed fifth for the team
The season concluded at Dodson with 20 runners and Poplar placing first with 18 points.
The Dodson meet provided the Poplar girls an opportunity to run against some distant teams. Schools present were Harlem, Rocky Boy, Dodson and Hays/Lodgepole.
Longtree ran a fast run finishing first overall at 9:41. MacDonald was second overall and second for the team with a time of 9:57. Wells finished fourth overall and third for the team at 10:02. Azure was fifth overall and fourth for the team with her best time of the season at 10:06. JCarry Water was sixth overall and placed fifth for the team with her best time this season at 10:18.
Also running for Poplar was: Nordwick, 11:53; Shields, 12:06; Marottek, 12:47; Russell, 13:54, and Big Leggins, 18:58.

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All Conference Volleyball

District 2B All-Conference Volleyball Listed
The District 2B All-Conference volleyball selections have been announced.
All-Conference First Team
Wolf Point’s Shelby Hanks earned All-Conference first team honors.
Also making the team were Teagan Fossum, Khloe Krumwiede, Rachel Mickelson and Rikki Stormy of Glasgow; and Adrianna Bibeau and Mary Kalal of Malta.
All-Conference Second Team
Making the All-Conference second team were Keelia Brock and Loverty Lindsay of Wolf Point; Kylee Stump and Samantha Youngman of Poplar; Shay Garfield and Sam Mitchell of Malta.
All-State Selections
All-State selections were Fossum, Krumwiede and Stormy of Glasgow.

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Frontier, Wolf Point And Poplar At Junior High Jamboree


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Seventh and eighth grade girls’ teams played in the Frontier Junior High Girls Basketball Jamboree in the Wolf Point High School gym Saturday, Nov. 7.
Frontier, Wolf Point, Poplar, Glasgow, Scobey and Plentywood played.
The results of the first two games were: Glasgow seventh grade 35, Frontier 17; and Poplar eighth grade 29, Wolf Point 12.
Final results and the names of players in pictures will be in the next issue of The Herald-News.
(Photos by John Plestina)

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Lady Wolves, Lady Indians Drop Divisional Openers

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The first photo is the Lady Wolves’ Semarah Wells (10) hitting the ball during the first game with Shelby. Wolf Point’s Kelsie Neubauer (7) and Loverty Lindsay (0), and Shelby’s Brittany Brusven (10) are pictured.  The second picture is Poplar’s Heaven Escarcega (2) sliding with Jessa Shields behind her as they make an attempt to keep a volley going during the second game with Choteau.  The third photo is Wolf Point’s Shelby Hanks returning the ball over the net during the first game against Shelby. Also pictured are Wolf Point’s Abby Juve (14) and Loverty Lindsay (0), and Shelby’s Brie White (1) and Skyler Martin (3).  The fourth picture is Wolf Point’s Abby Juve (14) making a diving save during the second game with Shelby. Ashtyn Hentges (6) is pictured.  The fifth photo is Wolf Point’s Mandi Martin (4) with a hard hit over the net and over the stretched hands of Shelby’s Skyler Martin (3). Shelby Hanks (3) is also pictured.  The sixth picture is Poplar’s Emily Hagadone (7) hitting the ball over the net and the stretched hands of Shelby’s Brie White (1).    (Photos by John Plestina)




The Lady Wolves and Lady Indians were unsuccessful in the opening round at the Northern B Divisional Volleyball Tournament at Glasgow High School Thursday, Nov. 5.
After Glasgow won the first match 3-1 over Conrad, Wolf Point lost to District 1B No. 2 seed Shelby 3-0 (13-25, 18-25, 14-25). Poplar lost the next match to 1B No. 1 seed Choteau 3-0 (15-25, 14-25, 13-25).
Malta Played Fairfield. The results were not available Thursday afternoon.
Moving into the loser’s bracket, the Lady Wolves play Conrad tomorrow [Friday] at 10 a.m., and Poplar plays the loser of Malta vs. Fairfield Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Glasgow and Shelby play in the quarterfinals tonight [Thursday] at 6 p.m., and Choteau plays either Malta or Fairfield at 7:30 p.m.
The semifinal match will be played Friday, at 6 p.m.
The third place match will be played Saturday at 11 a.m. It is possible that Wolf Point or Poplar could play in that match.
The championship match is scheduled for Saturday, at 1 p.m.

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Jessie Gets A Lift



Cheerleader Jessie Smith gets a lift from Anna Bridges and Alecia Macdonald at a recent home football game.  (Photo by John Plestina)

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