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WPHS, Poplar Athletes Advance To State Track

The following are results for the Northeast B Divisional track meet at Glasgow, Saturday, May 16.
Individual results are reported for Wolf Point and Poplar athletes only.
Boys
Team scores: Glasgow, first, 136; Fairfield, second, 71; Wolf Point, third, 55; Cut Bank, fourth, 52; Conrad, fifth, 45; Shelby, sixth, 42; Choteau, seventh, 30; Malta, eighth, 28; Poplar, ninth, 21; Plentywood, 10th, 7, Rocky Boy, 11th, 6; Harlem, 12th, 3.
100 meter: Andrew Heser, WP, third, 11.74.
200 meter: Owen Lepper, WP, fourth, 23.88.
400 meter: Lepper, WP, first, 55.02.
1600 meter: Marques White Horse, WP, fourth, 5:14.77; Mathew Rattling Thunder, Poplar, fifth, 5:16.17.
3200 meter: Rattling Thunder, Poplar, second, 11:15.44; Marques White Horse, WP, third.
110 hurdles: Kenny Boos, WP, fifth, 17.94.
300 hurdles: Myltin Bighorn, Poplar, third, 45.44.
400 relay: Wolf Point 46.67; Conrad 47.54; Glasgow 47.81; Choteau 48.66; Fairfield 48.76; Shelby 48.86.
1600 relay: Malta 3:46.88; Wolf Point 3:51.54; Fairfield 3:52.95; Conrad 3:53.47; Shelby 3:57.22; Poplar 4:01.55.
High jump: Lepper, WP, sixth, 5-4.
Pole vault [uncontested due to weather; according to MHSA rule, the top six who were qualified from districts, including ties, move on to state]: Brady Babb, WP, sixth, 10-6.
Shot put: David Knerr, WP, fourth, 40-11; A.J. Hollom, Poplar, fifth, 40-5.
Discus throw: Andrew Moran, Poplar, fifth, 104-3.
Girls
Team scores: Glasgow, first, 136; Fairfield, second, 71; Wolf Point, third, 55; Cut Bank, fourth, 52; Conrad, fifth, 45; Shelby, sixth, 42; Choteau, seventh, 30; Malta, eighth, 28; Poplar, ninth, 21; Plentywood, 10th, 7; Rocky Boy, 11th, 6; Harlem, 12th, 3.
100 meter: Kylee Stump, Poplar, sixth, 13.66.
800 meter: Sierra Summers, WP, fourth, 2:39.43; Kateri Rush, WP, fifth, 2:39.82.
1600 meter: Summers, WP, second, 5:51.94; Rush, WP, fourth, 6:11.97.
3200 meter: Summers, WP, third, 12:58.88; Kelsie Neubauer, WP, fourth, 14:09.17.
400 relay: Glasgow 53.16, Choteau 53.68, Malta 54.1, Fairfield 54.2, Cut Bank 57.07, Wolf Point 57.33.
1600 relay: Glasgow 4:32.26, Choteau 4:33.88, Malta 4:39.17, Shelby 4:42.59, Wolf Point 4:53.50, Cut Bank 5:01.09.
Long jump: Shelby Hanks, WP, fifth, 14-7.
High jump: Hanks, WP, fourth 4-6.
Pole vault: Brenna Kurokawa, WP, second, 7-6.
Shot put: Katrina Whiteman, Poplar, sixth, 31-6.
Discus throw: Whiteman, Poplar, sixth, 79-2.
Javelin throw: Ashtyn Hentges, WP, second, 100-7.

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WPHS Doubles Teams Compete At State Tennis Meet

Two Wolf Point High School tennis duos competed at the state tennis meet in Great Falls last week.
“Both of our teams played very well in the state tournament and no matter what the outcome was they are winners in our eyes due to their great sportsmanship, determination, and the ability to make an impact on those around them in a positive way,” said head coach Nicole Boos. “Coach Paulson and I are so very proud of them as they should be very proud of themselves. Way to go, Wolves!”
Results
Thea Smith and Stormy Knerr vs. Maggie Althaes and Jadin Comings of Granite, 3-6 2-6; vs. Mattie Burke and Jacie Job of Loyola, 5-7 4-6.
Octavia Reum and Sierra Hanks vs. Jenelle Peterson and Annie Pawlak of Granite, 6-0 6-2; vs. Alex Kraft and Duana Gobert 3-6 2-6; vs. Hannah Bird Rattler and Hannah Kiehn of Ronan, 6-0 6-2; vs. Mattie Burke and Jacie Job of Loyola, 6-1 7-6 7-4; vs. Sierra Gramm and Sarah Hodgkiss of Choteau, 4-6 1-6.

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Paine Shoots A Combined 170 At State Golf Meet

Wolf Point High School golfers Anamarie Long and Jeremiah Paine participated in the state tournament last week in Huntley Project and Shepherd.
At the Eaglerock course, Paine shot 88 the first day and 82 the second day which included a personal best. He finished with a total score of 170 placing him tied for 34th out of 79 golfers.
Long shot a 111 the first day, which was a personal best for her, and a 119 the second day finishing up with a 230. She tied for 48th out of 66 golfers at the state tourney.
“These two did great for being freshman at the state tourney. They got a lot of compliments from their markers and other coaches. I am very proud of these two. What more could I ask for? We had our personal bests at the state tourney on some pretty tough courses,” coach Rodney Paulson said.

Poplar

Lyndsey Young of Poplar shot a combined 271.

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Wolf Point And Poplar Athletes Qualify For Track Divisionals At WP District Meet

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The first photo is Wolf Point's Shelby Hanks landing for a fourth place finish in the long jump that qualified her for the divisional meet.  The second picture is Wolf Point's Marques White Horse. He finished in first place in the 3200 meter run. He is seen here in the 800 meter run. The third photo is Poplar’s Kamryn Azure in the 800 meter run.  The fourth picture is Wolf Point's Ashley Page in the long jump. She was injured on this jump.  Thr fifth photo is Wolf Point's Brady Babb in the 800 meter run. The last picture is Wolf Point's Kateri Rush in the 800 meter run.  (Photos by John Plestina)

 

Several Wolf Point and Poplar track athletes qualified for divisionals at the District 2B meet in Wolf Point, Saturday, May 2.
The divisional meet will be in Glasgow Saturday, May 16.
Complete team scores are reported, but individual results are for Wolf Point and Poplar athletes only.
Boys
Team scores: Glasgow, first, 240; Wolf Point, second, 118; Malta, third, 69; Poplar, fourth, 50; Plentywood, fifth, 41; Harlem, sixth, 4.
100 meter: Andrew Heser, WP, second, 12.06; Wesley Weeks, WP, third, 12.12.
200 meter: Owen Lepper, WP, third, 24.05; Heser, WP, fourth, 24.49.
400 meter: Lepper, WP, third, 53.8; Austyn Juve, WP, sixth, 56.77.
800 meter: Brady Babb, WP, third, 2:17.23.
1600 meter: Marques White Horse, WP, second, 5:00.18; Mathew Rattling Thunder, Poplar, third, 5:00.38.
3200 meter: White Horse, WP, first, 10:48.4; Rattling Thunder, Poplar, second, 10:53.01.
110 hurdles: Kenny Boos, WP, fourth, 17.36.
300 hurdles: Myltin Bighorn, Poplar, second, 44.7; Boos, WP, fifth, 46.72; Juve, WP, sixth, 47.55.
400 relay: Wolf Point, first, 46.27; Glasgow, second, 46.57; Plentywood, third, 49.4; Poplar, fourth, 52.47; Harlem, fifth, DQ; Malta, sixth, DQ.
1600 relay: Malta, first, 3:39.42; Wolf Point, second, 3:43.2; Glasgow, third, 3:50.1; Poplar, fourth, 3:53.57; Plentywood, fifth, 3:56.14.
Long jump: Heser, WP, sixth, 17-9.
High jump: Juve, WP, third, 5-8; Lepper, WP, fourth, 5-6.
Pole vault: Babb, WP, second, 10-6.
Shot put: Weeks, WP, first, 41-6; David Knerr, WP, second, 41-3½; A.J. Hollom, Poplar, third, 39-10½.
Discus throw: Orlando Young, Poplar, second, 113-3; Andrew Moran, Poplar, fourth, 111-8; Hollom, Poplar, fifth, 108-6; Weeks, WP, sixth, 104-9.
Girls
Team scores: Glasgow, first, 198; Malta, and Wolf Point, tied for third, 156; Plentywood fourth, 66; Poplar, fifth, 10; Harlem, sixth, 6.
Individual results are for Wolf Point and Poplar athletes only.
100 meter: Brenna Kurokawa, WP, fourth, 13.82; Kylee Stump, Poplar, sixth, 13.98.
200 meter: Kurokawa, WP, fourth, 29.29.
400 meter: Jaki Harada, WP, sixth, 1:09.45.
800 meter: Kateri Rush, WP, third, 2:36.03; Sierra Summers, WPHS, fourth, 2:37.47.
1600 meter: Summers, WP, second, 5:46.7; Rush, WP, third, 5:54.74; Aniston Sampson, Poplar, sixth, 6:29.77.
3200 meter: Summers, WP, second, 13:03.68; Kelsie Neubauer, WP, fifth, 14:31.94; Little Skye Fast Horse, Poplar, sixth, 14:44.59.
300 hurdles: Emily Hagadone, Poplar, fifth, 58.28.
400 relay: Glasgow, first, 52.34; Malta, second, 52.9; Wolf Point, third, 55.24.
1600 relay: Glasgow, first, 4:19.33; Wolf Point, third, 4:43.15; Plentywood, fourth, 4:50.71; Poplar, fifth, 5:13.67.
Long jump: Shelby Hanks, WP, fourth, 14-8.
High jump: Hanks, WP, first, 4-10.
Pole vault: Kurokawa, WP, third, 8; Samantha Goodman, WP, fourth, 5; Harada, WP, sixth, 5.
Shot put: Katrina Whiteman, Poplar, sixth, 30-2½.
Discus throw: Whiteman, Poplar, fifth, 86-10.
Javelin throw: Ashtyn Hentges, WP, fourth, 98.

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Basketball Coaches Approved, But Football, Volleyball Appointments Delayed

The outgoing school board declined to appoint two new head coaches before approving several others.
High school principal Kim Hanks and assistant principal Brett Scott were removed from the list of nominated coaches after outgoing trustee Janice Wemmer-Kegley said she was concerned that two administrators might coach during the same season. Scott had been slated to become head football coach and Hanks for volleyball.
Outgoing board member Tracy Juve-Miranda said the new board that would be sworn in immediately following the meeting should make the decisions.
The board then voted 4-1 to appoint the coaches with Hanks and Scott omitted. Brent Nygard cast the sole dissenting vote.
After the new school board was sworn in, they scheduled two meetings to address the need to recruit a new superintendent and requested that the appointment of the head football and volleyball coaches be placed on an agenda for a special meeting Monday, May 18.
The outgoing board approved the appointment of Scott as activities director and approved the resignation of current activities director Mike Erickson. He has also served as a high school teacher and transportation director.
The board also accepted the resignation of head girls’ basketball coach Jeff Neubauer.
Newly approved Southside School physical education teacher Cody Larson was approved as head girls’ basketball coach and assistant football coach.
Scott Nasner will replace Kelly Nieskens as head boys’ basketball coach. He served as an assistant coach last year.
Stan Moran Jr. will become head wrestling coach and an assistant cross country coach. He has been an assistant coach in the wrestling program.
Brad Moran will also be an assistant wrestling coach.
Former head wrestling coach Stan Moran Sr., will return as an assistant coach in the program.
Samantha Starkey will take over as head cheer coach for seasons 1 and 2 for the next school year.
Other coaching positions approved were: R.C. Page, assistant football coach; Joey Olsen, assistant football coach; Erin Fosland, assistant volleyball coach; and Scott Vandall, junior high wrestling.

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