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Wolves Remain On The Hunt While Lady Wolves Pocket Seventh Win

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Wolf Point’s Kateri Rush (14) shoots against the Lady Spartans as Baker’s Elisa Hautala (40) tries to block the shot.                           (Photo by John Plestina)


The Lady Wolves improved their season record during the past week, pocketing wins in two non-conference tilts, while the Wolves remain on the hunt for what has been an elusive second win since winning at Harlem Dec. 19.
The Wolves (1-2, 1-7) dropped a pair of games at home to the Class A Dawson County Red Devils 72-42 Thursday, Jan. 7, and the Southern 3-B Baker Spartans 58-48 Saturday, Jan. 9.

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Wolves, Indians make strong showings

The Wolves went five for five and the Indians four for seven against wrestlers from Circle and Glasgow at a mixer at Poplar High School Saturday, Jan. 2.
Wolf Point head coach Stan Moran Jr. said he was pleased with the Wolves’ performance.
He reported the following results: 103-pounds, Tristan Kemp, 1-1; 113, Karson Wortman, 0-2; 120, Quinn Whitmus, 2-0; 126 David Herrera, 1-1; 138, Cameron Brock, 0-1; and 205, Ty Nygard, 1-0.

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Charette offers wrestling opportunities

Whether it is through an international wrestling exchange or the AAU program 1st Nations, former Wolf Point High School wrestlling standout Bob Charette keeps exposing students to unique educational experiences through sports.
Charette has been involved in organizing wrestling trips to foreign countries including Russia, England and Japan since 1990.

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From Culbertson Cowboy To New England Patriot To Poplar School Administrator

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The first photo is Terry Falcon in his office at Poplar High School, which is partially decorated with Griz memorabilia.  The second picture is Falcon as a New England Patriot during the 1970s.   (Photos by John Plestina)



Decades after Terry Falcon was a standout football player for the Culbertson Cowboys and University of Montana Griz that led to an NFL career, he is in a third career in education, now in his third school year as assistant principal of Poplar High School.
Falcon, now 60, reflected on his days as a Culbertson Cowboy, playing at tight end, fullback and defensive end, with no clue between ages 14 and 18 that he had a career ahead of him as an offensive lineman for the New England Patriots, New York Giants and in the USFL.

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Wolves, Lady Wolves Run Into A Brick Wall In Malta

The Wolves and Lady Wolves ran into a brick wall in Malta Wednesday, Dec. 23, with the M’ettes ruining the Lady Wolves’ perfect season and the Mustangs handing the Wolves their fifth loss in Wolf Point’s third 2B conference match ups of the season.

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