Wolf Point Herald

Poplar Athletes Invited To Top 10

Four Poplar athletes were invited to participate in the Top 10 Meet in Glasgow Tuesday, May 6.
Myltin Bighorn finished sixth in the boys’ 300 hurdles with a time of 46.75.
Lane Headdress was seventh in the boys’ 1600 meter run at 5:26.53.
Drew Reum recorded a time of 14:37.20 for a seventh place finish in the girls’ 3200 meter run.
Shawna Hagadone finished sixth in girls’ discus with a throw of 92-06.

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Golf Standings

Tuesday Night  Golf League Team Standings
May 13
1. FPCC 37.5
2. High Plains Motors 32.5
2. Dude, Where’s My Car 32.5
4. Agland 29
5. Vigortone 28.5
5. Dan’s Heroes 28.5
7. Western Bank 25
7. Rezervation Sensation 25
9. In The Rough 21.5
9. First Com. Bank 21.5
11. Pony Express 21
12. Blue Ponies 17.5
12. No Gimmes 17.5
14. That Hair Place 12.5
Low Gross: Jeremiah Whit-right, 36.
Low Net: Ray Ostby, 29.

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Brockton Results From 2C Districts

The Brockton boys’ team finished ninth, with 8 points at the 2C District Meet in Sidney Wednesday, May14.
Matthew Rattling Thunder finished sixth in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:21, eighth in the 1,600 meter with a time of 5:16.6 and fourth in the 3,200 meter with a time of 11:15.9.
The girls finished ninth with 1 point.
Jasmine Eder finished eighth in the 800 meter run with a time of 3:18.7.

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A Look Back On Poplar’s Golf Season

The 2014 Poplar High School golf team was comprised of a varied group of individuals.
There was one senior, Devin Sadler, who was coming off a state qualifying season. He participated in six golf meets throughout the season including the divisional meet ,placing 39th. Sadler ended the season with a team low average of 102.5.
Poplar had two junior golfers.
Jacob Mix participated in five meets including the divisional meet, placing 48th and ending with a season average of 119.4.
The other returning golfer was Ethan Three Stars. He joined late in the season and participated in three golf meets and ended with an average of 141.
The team had three first year golfers.
Alex Lone Bear participated in three junior varsity meets and placed first at Plentywood and fourth at Malta. Lone Bear finished the season with a 134 average.
Freshman Jordan Spotted Wolf participated in four junior varsity meets and finished the season with an average of 142.
Lastly, the lone girl, freshman Lyndsey Young, participated in five meets. She placed seventh at Glasgow, 10th at Harlem and 24th at the divisional meet. She finished the season with a 139 average.
“There were several first-year players and with proper practice over the summer I know they will improve, and will be looking forward to the opportunity of trying to qualify for state next season,”  Coach Kevin Exstrom said.

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Wolves Run Strong At Home Meet

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Wolf Point's Kelsey Neubauer throws the javelin during the Gene Nelson Memorial Track Meet at Wolf Point High School Friday, May 9. Wolf Point’s track team heads to the district track meet this weekend in Glasgow with hopes to qualify for divisionals in Great Falls. (Photos by John Plestina)


Wolf Point’s Kateri Rush leaps on her way to a fourth- place finish in the 100 hurdles.


Wolf Point’s Wesley Weeks gets in one of his four jumps in the long jump.


Nashua's Faith Keys in the javelin throw.


The Wolves made an impressive showing at the Gene Nelson Memorial Track Meet at Wolf Point High School Friday, May 9. It was the final meet of the regular season.
Team scores were not kept.
“We did some great things. At this point in the year, we’re still seeing improvements with our jumping and running,” head coach RC Page said.
“That was our goal at the start of the year to be peaking going into districts and we’re doing that. We’re hitting our goal,” he said.
Page credited freshman Brady Babb for setting three personal bests and Sonica Archdale and Ashley Page for finishing first and second in girls’ javelin respectively, with personal bests of over 20 feet each.
“Kateri Rush continues to get stronger in her 100 and 300 hurdles,” Page said.
As the season is nearing its end, Page is looking ahead with optimism.
“The junior high has done some great things at their track meets. This year, they are usually placing in the top five,” Page said. “We’re looking forward to working with some of those kids.”
Individual results for the top six places were as follows:
100 Meter
Wesley Weeks, fifth, 11.81.
200 Meter
Owen Lepper, third, 24.12.
400 Relay
Wolf Point, third, 47.80.
1600 Relay
Wolf Point, fifth, 3:57.06.
200 Meter
Ashley Page, fifth, 29.12.
400 Meter
Sonica Archdale, second, 1:05.84.
100 Hurdles
Kateri Rush, fourth, 17.94.
300 Hurdles
Rush, third, 52.13.
400 Relay
Wolf Point, third, 55.63.
1600 Relay
Wolf Point, first, 4:43.73.
Archdale, first, 104-1; Page, second, 103.8.
Long Jump
Shelby Hanks, third, 14-2½; Archdale, fourth, 14-1½.
Triple Jump
Archdale, fourth, 30-6¾.
High Jump
Hanks, first, 4-10.
The following are results from the Glendive Elks meet Friday, May 2.
100 Meter
Weeks, 19th, 12.35; Lepper, 20th, 12.39.
200 Meter
Lepper, ninth, 24.80.
100 Relay
Wolf Point ‘A’, ninth, 50.12.
High Jump
Lepper, eighth, 5-04.00.
Triple Jump
Aaron D’Ambrosio, 12th,
Lepper, 19th, 114-03; Knerr, 21st, 110-05.
Shot Put
Knerr, 18th, 35-01.50.
Knerr, 18th, 85-06.
200 Meter
Page, eighth, 29.20.
100 Hurdles
Rush, fifth, 18.64.
300 Hurdles
Rush, third, 53.68.
Long Jump
Page, eighth, 13-6¾; Archdale, 10th, 13-5¾.
Triple Jump
Archdale, 10th, 29-10.00; Rush, 17th, 28-04¼.
Kelsie Neubauer, 20th, 64-08.
Page, ninth, 85-06; Archdale, 10th, 83-02; Ashtyn Hentges, 11th, 80-04.
The district meet will be held in Glasgow Saturday, May 17. The top six athletes in each event will advance to the divisional meet in Great Falls, Saturday, May 24.

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