Wolf Point Herald

Junior High Wolves Win Two At Scobey Jamboree

The Wolf Point Junior High girls’ basketball team won two games at the
Scobey Jamboree Saturday, Nov. 15.
The young Lady Wolves scored 18 points in each of two halves for a 36-8 win over Scobey and defeated Glasgow handily by a score of 56-12.
Wolf Point next plays at the Glasgow Jamboree Saturday, Nov. 22.

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Two Lady Wolves Named Volleyball All-Conference

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Two Lady Wolves were named District 2B All-Conference volleyball selections, Monday, Nov. 10.
The 2014 season ended for Wolf Point at the divisional tournament in Choteau, Saturday, Nov. 8.
Mariah Weeks was name to the first team All-Conference and her teammate Christean Holen was named second team. Both girls are seniors.
Other first team District 2B selections were: Paige Harris, Plentywood; Markelle Lett, Malta; Larimie Schefflemear, Malta; Dakota Simonson; Plentywood; Sadie Sukut, Glasgow; and Lindsay Wangerin, Plentywood.
Second team District 2B selections were: Amy Breigenze, Glasgow; Dana Hughes, Glasgow; Erin LaMere, Harlem; Victoria Obergfell, Plentywood; Darby Schye, Malta; Kourtney Simonson, Malta.
Schefflemear, Sukut and Wangerin were All-State selections.

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Lady Wolves Season Ends At Divisionals

The Lady Wolves’ volleyball season ended with a 3-0 loss to Fairfield Friday, Nov. 7, at the Class B Northern Divisional Tournament in Choteau.
Wolf Point advanced to the divisional tournament with a third place 2B District tournament finish in Plentywood, Saturday, Nov. 1.
The Lady Wolves lost 3-0 to Shelby in the first round at the divisional tournament, Thursday, Nov. 6.
The Choteau Bulldogs won their 21st consecutive match and the divisional championship.
Choteau and Shelby advance to the state tournament in Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on the Montana State University campus in Bozeman, Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 13-15.

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Gymnasts Compete In Valley City

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The Eastern Montana Gymnastics Level 3 team won the second place trophy at the Turkey Tumbler Gymnastics Meet in Valley City, N.D., Saturday, Nov. 8. Gymnasts are (from left to right) Kirsten Wagner of Circle, Sierra Nagle of Circle, Cheyenne Clinton of Circle, Gracie Ferdina of Wolf Point and Leah Beery of Vida.  (Submitted photo)


The eight girls on the Eastern Montana Gymnastics Team traveled to Valley City, N.D., for their first meet of the season, Saturday, Nov 8.
The Level 3 girls won the second place trophy, out of the three teams, even though they had half the gymnasts of the other teams from Grand Forks Air Force Base and Valley City.
In Level 4, Circle’s Paige Inion easily won the top all-around award in her very first meet at that level. She competed with gymnasts from Fargo, Grand Forks Air Force Base and Valley City. The meet was the earliest meet ever for the EMG gymnasts and was the first meet ever for five of the girls. All of EMG’s Level 3 and 4 girls qualified for the Montana State Gymnastics Championships at their first meet of the season, which is a rare occurrence.
The Level 3 girls began their meet with some wonderful balance beam routines. Gracie Ferdina of Wolf Point had the second place routine, out of the 27 gymnasts, and was followed by Sierra Nagle of Circle with a tie for third place. Leah Beery of Vida was in eighth place and Kirsten Wagner of Circle was 13th.
On floor, Ferdina and Nagle were tied for second place, while Beery was in ninth place and Cheyenne Clinton of Circle was 15th. She led her team on the vault with a tie for fourth place, followed with Beery’s tie for sixth and Ferdina’s tie for 12th. On bars, Clinton was  tied for fifth, with Nagle tied for eighth and Ferdina and Beery tied for 13th. Nagle led her team in the all-around with the fourth place finish, while Ferdina was fifth, Beery was eighth, Clinton was 13th and Wagner was 22nd. This was the first USA Gymnastics meet for Ferdina, Clinton and Wagner.
In Level 4, Inion won first place on uneven bars, beam and floor and was second on vault, out of the six gymnasts. Out of all of the 22 Level 4 gymnasts, she was first on bars and beam, second on floor and fourth on vault. With her very beautiful routines, Inion easily scored over the required 31 points to qualify her to move to Level 5 in the future.
The Valley City meet began with a pre-competitive meet on Saturday morning and EMG gymnasts Rylee Deming and Olivia Fletes, both of Circle, performed some very good Level 3 routines at their first gymnastics meet.
Level 3 scores [vault, uneven bars, balance beam, floor, all-around]: Nagle, 9.0, 8.7, 9.3, 9.0, 36.0; Ferdina, 9.15, 8.1, 9.35, 9.0, 35.6; Beery, 9.25, 8.1, 8.85, 8.625, 34.825; Clinton, 9.3, 8.75, 7.25, 8.05, 33.35; Wagner, 8.85, 6.1, 8.0, 7.225, 30.175.
Level 4 scores: Inion, 8.4, 9.0, 9.35, 9.075, 35.825.
EMG’s next meet will be in Dickinson in December.

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Conrad Puts Scotties In The Dog House

The undefeated 2014 football season and state championship aspirations came to an end for the Glasgow/Hinsdale/Nashua Scotties with a 32-27 loss to Conrad in the Class B quarterfinal in Glasgow, Saturday, Nov. 8.
Conrad led 6-0 after the first quarter, 20-13 at halftime and 26-20 after three periods.
Jason Thibault, Benji Phillips, Tanner Roness and Keil Krumwiede scored touchdowns for the Scotties.

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