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The Lady Wolves JV beat the Lustre Christian varsity 3-0 (25-13, 25-19, 25-17) Thursday, Sept. 24. Lustre tied the second and third games several times and led for parts of the third set. The first picture is Wolf Point's Paisley Ferdina (17) with a defensive hit in the second game. The ball is just outside the picture. At right is Jaki Harada (2). The second photo is Lustre's Taylor Reddig (6) with an offensive hit. (Photos by John Plestina)
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The Lady Wolves lost 3-0 to Scobey Tuesday, Sept. 24. Aubrey Zilkoski (10) returns the ball as a Scobey player attempts to block it. Mary Clark (24) is pictured. The Lady Wolves next play Friday, Oct. 2, when they host Malta. (Photo by John Plestina)
Written by Stacey Summers
The first photo is Wolf Point’s JJ Azure, shown nearing the finish line of the boys’ varsity race. The second picture is Poplar varsity boys runners shown at the start of the Glasgow invitational. The third photo is Frazer’s Wyatt Miller, Wolf Point’s Trey Fourstar, Karson Wortman, and Joseph Williamson. The fourth picture is Frazer’s Juelz Bauer, Culbertson’s Abbey Granbois, and Wolf Point’s Jaylee Azure and Darlene MacDonald running downhill just before the finish of the girls’ junior high 1.5 mile race in Glasgow last Saturday. (Photos by John Summers)
Local teams from along the Hi-Line converged on Fort Peck Lake’s Kiwanis Park for the Glasgow Cross Country invitational.
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Farmers Union Lumber manager Dave Fyfe (left) presents a $1,500 check to Craig Smith of the Wolf Point Baseball Association as a donation to reimburse the Wolf Point Baseball Association for the purchase of 20 new uniforms for the Wolf Point Yellow Jackets that play in the Hi-Line Babe Ruth League. The uniforms for 17 players and three coaches were purchased before the summer 2015 season. Babe Ruth Baseball is for youth ages 13 to 15. (Photo by John Plestina)
Written by Loren Boadle
The Poplar Indians couldn’t stay up with the speedy Mustangs in Malta and came away with a loss Friday, Sept. 25.
Turnovers and the speed of the Mustangs were too much for the Indians to overcome on the home turf of the Mustangs to come away with a victory. The Indians ended up falling to Malta 71-0, but the Indians got some important playing time for some of the younger players which will help at the end of the season.
The Indians hope to get back on the winning side when the Harlem Wildcats come to town for Homecoming, Friday, Oct. 2.