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Circle Upsets Saco/Whitewater/ Hinsdale For Class C Championship

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The first picture is Saco/Whitewater/Hinsdale’s Kourtney Simonson (24) gets the ball as Circle’s Devynn Schillinger (10) hits the floor during Circle’s upset win over SWH in the girls’ championship game.  The second photo is Circle’s Jayne Haynie (12) with the ball guarded by Saco/Whitewater/Hinsdale’s Keira Simonson (10).   The third is Brockton's April Brown (15) and Saco/WW/Hinsdale's Kourtney Simonson (24).     (Photos by John Plestina)


Circle won the Eastern C Girls’ Divisional championship with a 49-48 upset win over Saco/Whitewater/Hinsdale at Wolf Point High School Friday, Feb. 27.
Both teams advance to the state tournament.
Fairview finished third and Scobey fourth.
SWH jumped out to a 17-11 first-quarter lead. Circle fired back with a 14-2 second stanza. SWH came back with an 11-6 third quarter. Both teams recorded 18 fourth-quarter points.
Shae Fisher led Circle with a game-high 17 points. SWH’s Tatum Moore posted 16, Keira Simonson, 13, Kourtney Simonson, 10.
The girls’ tournament opened with SWH defeating Brockton 71-32. Brockton’s Alleen Russell poured in 20 points in that game.
Nashua lost the next game to Fairview 63-32.
Brockton then beat Nashua 61-58 in overtime.
The Class C Girls State Tournament will be played Thursday through Saturday, March 5-7, in the Adams Center at the University of Montana - Missoula.


SWH 71, Brockton 32
Brockton       8    8    9    5―30
SWH           24  23  16    8―71
Brockton
Alleen Russell 20, April Brown 5, Jasmine Eder 1, Ellyn Plain Bull 1, Laney Boadle 3.
SWH
Jada Sudbrack 3, Keira Simonson 4, Larimie Scheffelmear 7, Mickayla Johnson 2, Casity Boucher 2, Kaycee Howard 2, Kourtney Simonson 18, Kayla Howard 2, Tatum Moore
Fairview 63, Nashua 32
Fairview     11  20  19  13―63
Nashua       3    9  11    9―32
Fairview
Faith Vitt 4, Torrie Hurley 17, Bailey Schriver 17, Kelly Danielson 2, Caitlin Yadon 4, Amie Taylor 6, Alexis Gustafson 13.
Nashua
Taylor Laumeyer 6, Ziggy Chamberlain 2, Cordelia Nickels 4, ChyAnn Clampitt 2, Sandy Viste 6, Tasha Chamberlain 10, Ruleigh Delich 2.
Circle 75, Dodson 30
Dodson        6    9    8    7―30
Circle         20  16  22  17―75
Dodson
Donna Dale 2, Janessa Henry 17, Kyla Racine 1, Shawnee Kill Eagle 4, Jacina Doney 6.
Circle
Devynn Schillinger 8, Cierra Loudon 10, Jayne Haynie 13, Chantel Schara 4, Shae Fisher 18, Kayla Green 2, Courtney Hinnaland 10, Jillian Hendrix 2, Jianna Clinton 8.
Sco. 48, MonDak 47 OT
Scobey   9  14     7   10   8―48
MonDak  6   15   10    9   7―47
Scobey
BoDayle Battleson 10, Mayson Hudyma 9, Trya Fuhrman 7, Karlee Handy 8, Alexa Welchlin 4, Kaitlin Farver 2, Erin Wahl 8.
MonDak
Bailey Peterson 4, Fallon Garman 4, Farrah Garman 5, Sabrina Carter 13, Salina Carter 18, Bailey Solberg 3.
Brockton. 61, Nashua 58 OT
Brock.   15  12    8   12   14―61
Nash.      8  12  12   15   11―58
Brockton
Alleen Russell 15, Marquel Roberts 12, Kiah Grey Bear 3, April Brown 9, Jasmine Eder 17, Laney Boadle 5.
Nashua
Taylor Laumeyer 8, Ziggy Chamberlain 8, Cordelia Nickels 9, ChyAnn Clampitt 12, Sandy Viste 11, Tasha Chamberlain 10.
MonDak 68, Dodson 19
Dodson       8     6     2    3―19
MonDak   19   24   19    6―68
MonDak
Bailey Peterson 17, Fallon Garman 13, Farrah Garman 6, Sabrina Carter 10, Salina Carter 13, Joey Pittenger 2, Bailey Solberg 7.
Dodson
Donna Dale 2, Janessa Henry 7, Kyla Racine 2, Jacina Doney 8.
SWH 53, Fairview 33
Fairview   12   12     4    5―33
SWH       13   13   12  15―53
Fairview
Faith Vitt 2, Torrie Hurley 12, Bailey Schriver 12, Caitlin Yadon 4, Amie Taylor 2, Alexis Gustafson 1.
SWH
Keira Simonson 18, Larimie Scheffelmear 11, Kourtney Simonson 8, Kayla Howard 2, Tatum Moore 11, Kayleigh Cummings 3.

Circle 52, Scobey 42
Circle     6   19   11  16―52
Scobey   8   10   16    8―42
Circle
Devynn Schillinger 11, Cierra Loudon 8, Jayne Haynie 8, Shae Fisher 16, Courtney Hinnaland 5, Jianna Clinton 6.
Scobey
BoDayle Battleson 11, Mayson Hudyma 4, Trya Fuhrman 4, Karlee Handy 10, Shalynn Fjeld 2, Alexa Welchlin 7, Kaitlin Farver 2, Erin Wahl 2.

Fairview 41, MonDak 38
MonDak  11     8   15    4―38
Fairview  14     7   11    9―41
MonDak
Fallon Garman 6, Farrah Garman 2, Sabrina Carter 7, Salina Carter 15, Bailey Solberg 8.
Fairview
Torrie Hurley 8, Bailey Schriver 17, Kelly Danielson 1, Caitlin Yadon 4, Amie Taylor 6, Alexis Gustafson 5.

Scobey 63, Brockton 49
Brockton  13   12     8  16―49
Scobey      25     8   14  16―63
Brockton
Alleen Russell 14, Marquel Roberts 6, April Brown 13, Jasmine Eder 5, Ellyn Plain Bull 3, Laney Boadle 8.
Scobey
BoDayle Battleson 4, Mayson Hudyma 17, Trya Fuhrman 6, Karlee Handy 4, Shalynn Fjeld 6, Alexa Welchlin 18, Kaitlin Farver 4, Erin Wahl 4.

Fairview 58, Scobey 44
Fairview    15   18    9   16―58
Scobey     10   19    4   11―44
Fairview
Faith Vitt 8, Torrie Hurley 8, Bailey Schriver 29, Caitlin Yadon 6, Amie Taylor 7.
Scobey
BoDayle Battleson 10, Mayson Hudyma 6, Trya Fuhrman 5, Karlee Handy 10, Alexa Welchlin 11, Erin Wahl 2.

Championship game
Circle 49, SWH 48
Circle  11  14    6  18―49
SWH  17    2  11  18―48
Circle
Devynn Schillinger 4, Cierra Loudon 11, Jayne Haynie 4, Chantel Schara 3, Shae Fisher 17, Courtney Hinnaland 8, Jianna Clinton 2.
SWH
Keira Simonson 13, Larimie Scheffelmear 9, Kourtney Simonson 10, Tatum Moore 16.

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Local Gymnast Takes Honors At Helena Meet

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Wolf Point’s Gracie Ferdina won first place for her all-around score in her age group of Level 3 at the western-themed gymnastics meet in Helena, Saturday, Feb. 21. She also tied for the first place balance beam routine, out of all 50 Level 3 gymnasts.
(Submitted photo)


The Level 3 girls from Eastern Montana Gymnastics in Circle captured second place, out of six teams, at the Capital City Classic in Helena, Saturday, Feb. 21.
Gracie Ferdina of Wolf Point led her team by winning first all-around in her age group and won a special medal for her first place tie on the balance beam, out of all 50 Level 3 gymnasts.
In Level 5, Paige Inion of Circle also won a special medal for her tie for first place on the uneven bars, out of the 11 Level 5 gymnasts.
Level 3’s Kirsten Wagner, of Circle, scored over 31 points at the meet to enable her to move to Level 4 in the future.
EMG had only four Level 3 gymnasts compete in Helena, compared to as many as 16 girls on other teams, but all four had their best routines of the season.
Ferdina competed in the senior age group of 12 gymnasts. Besides her first place for all-around, she was first on the beam, third on bars, tied for third on floor and fourth on vault.
Sierra Nagle of Circle and Leah Beery of Vida competed in the junior age group with 13 gymnasts and had almost identical routines and scores. Nagle was second on the bars, while Beere was fifth. On the balance beam, they tied for fourth place and for their all-around score, they both finished on the podium, with Nagle at fourth and Beere at fifth. Nagle was tied for seventh on both vault and floor, while Beere was ninth on both.
Wagner competed in the child A age group of 13 gymnasts and showed great improvement in only her first year of any gymnastics. She was tied for eighth on both bars and beam and was 11th on floor and all-around.
Inion competed in her third Level 5 meet, after moving up a level midseason, and had some great routines, besides the tie for first for her high-flying uneven bar routine. Out of the 11 gymnasts in Level 5, she was second on beam and for her all-around score, was third on vault and sixth on floor. Since there was only the one age group in Level 5, she also received special medals for being in the top three on beam and vault.
Level 3 scores for vault, bars, beam, floor and all-around: Ferdina, 9.25, 8.9, 9.35, 9.0, 36.50; Nagle, 9.15, 9.0, 8.9, 8.5, 35.55; Beery, 9.1, 8.8, 8.9, 8.45, 35.25; Wagner, 7.9, 7.9, 8.0, 7.35, 31.15.
Level 5 scores: Inion, 9.1, 9.2, 9.1, 8.5, 35.9.
The meet in Helena was the last meet of the regular season for the EMG Team as they prepare for the Montana State Gymnastics Championships, which will be held in Bozeman at the end of March.

 

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Lady Wolves Finish Second At 2B District Tournament

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The first photo is Wolf Point’s Brenna Kurokawa (1) driving around Glasgow’s Amanda Wolff (4) during the fourth Quarter of the semifinal win that sent the Lady Wolves to the championship game against Malta.  The second picture is Wolf Point’s Mariah Weeks (3) hanging on to the ball as Glasgow’s Leinie Hughes (34) and Tyra Johnson (41) try to take it away from her.  The third photo is Wolf Point’s Shelby Hanks (2) shooting as Malta’s Darby Schye (44) fails to block the shot.  The last picture is the Lady Wolves and coaches with the second place trophy.  (Photos by John Plestina)


The Lady Wolves begin play at the Northern B Division Girls’ Basketball Tournament at Malta Thursday. Feb. 26. The tournament will continue through Saturday, Feb. 28.
Wolf Point, the No. 2 seed out of District 2B, finished the district tournament in Wolf Point behind the No. 1 seed Malta M-Ettes that remain undefeated this season.
Malta defeated the Lady Wolves 59-35 in the girls’ championship game.
In the district consolation bracket games that determined third and fourth seeding for the divisional tournament: Glasgow over Harlem 49-37; and Plentywood over Poplar 59-23.
The Wolves and Poplar’s boys’ and girls’ teams are not advancing to divisional tournaments.
The Lady Wolves will open the divisional tournament against Conrad, the No. 1 seed from District 1B, Thursday, at 2:30 p.m. The winner will advance to the semifinals, Friday, at 6:30 p.m., against the winner of an opening-round game between Plentywood and Choteau. The losers of those two opening-round games will face each other in a consolation bracket game, Friday, at 1 p.m.
District 2B No. 3 seed Glasgow opens against 1B top seed Fairfield, Thursday, at 8 p.m., and 2B No. 1 Malta opens against 1B fourth seeded Cut Bank, Thursday, at 6:30 p.m. Fairfield, the defending state champion, had been undefeated since 2009 until losing 50-38 to Choteau on Feb. 12. Choteau beat Fairfield a second time during the district tournament.
“Conrad didn’t win a lot of games going into it [district tournament] but they were 3-1 last weekend so they must have been doing something right,” Wolf Point head coach Jeff Neubauer said. “We should fare pretty well against Conrad, but everyone is 0-0 when you go out there.”
Of Choteau, he said, “We beat them Saturday morning last year at the divisional tournament by five points.”
A knee injury during game with Glasgow, Friday, Feb. 20, sidelined senior Ky’Lee Driftwood for the remainder of the district tournament. It was unknown earlier this week if she would be able to play at the divisional tournament.
“I sure hope the best for Ky’Lee. We’ll miss her but I thought we played all right against Malta [without Driftwood] for the most part. Mariah Weeks played a good game. She stepped up. Mahala Shawl played a good game. She scored some points,” Neubauer said.
Opening Round
Wolf Point and Malta began the district tournament with opening-round byes.
The Lady Scotties forced the Lady Indians into the consolation bracket with 58-33 win powered by 56 percent shooting by Glasgow to 50 percent by Poplar and a 63.6 percent rebound percentage to 36.4 percent by Poplar.
Glasgow’s Leinie Hughes and Abbi Kolstad posted 20 and 19 points respectively. Angel Bighorn recorded 11 points for the Lady Indians.
It was Lady Cats vs. Lady Cats with Plentywood topping Harlem 45-39 with 63 percent shooting to 52 percent by Harlem.
Paige Harris poured in a game-high 21 points for Plentywood and Lizzy Gomez chipped in 10. Teche Ereaux and Brooke Levaldo each registered 10 points for Harlem.
Semifinals
The Lady Wolves held a lead through the first half and into the third quarter, biting the Scotties 47-42. Glasgow out-shot Wolf Point 76 percent to 56 percent and led on the boards with 61 percent rebounding to 39 percent by the Lady Wolves.
Emma Gourneau recorded 13 points for the Lady Wolves and Driftwood registered 10 at the time she left the game with an injury. Abbi Kolstad led the Lady Scotties with 10 points.
Malta totally dominated Plentywood 59-22 holding the Lady Cats scoreless in the third stanza and backed by a solid defensive effort with 68.8 percent rebounding.
Darby Schye led Malta with 19 points and Sophia Stiles posted 16. Paige Harris led Plentywood with 11.
Championship Game
Malta led the Lady Wolves throughout the game, but Wolf Point kept the point spread to within about 10 points during most of the first half. The M-Ettes outscored Wolf Point 17-6 in the third quarter to widen the margin and cruised to a 59-35 win. Malta shot 47 percent to 44 by the Lady Wolves. The M-Ettes led on the boards 51.9 percent to 48.1 percent.
Mahala Shawl recorded a team-high 11 points for Wolf Point. Malta’s Sophia Stiles poured in 30 points.
Consolation Games
Plentywood defeated Poplar 59-23.
Paige Harris led Plentywood with 18 points, followed by Mychele Woodman with 13. Samantha Youngman was Poplar’s high scorer with 7 points.
Glasgow out-shot Harlem 86 percent to 42 percent for a 49-37 win.
Kolstad posted 17 points for the Lady Scotties and Wolff chipped in 10. Autumn Little Plum recorded 15 points for Harlem.
The boys’ divisional tournament will be played in Shelby Thursday through Saturday, March 5-7.


Glasgow 58, Poplar 33
Poplar       10    8    9    6―33
Glasgow    16  19    9  14―58
Poplar
Caitlyn Whiteman 3, Samantha Youngman 8, Avery Azure 3, Jessa Shields 6, Kylee Stump 2, Angel Bighorn 11.
Glasgow
Amanda Wolff 5, Abbi Kolstad 19, Lexi Nixdorf 4, Deleany Holzworth 2, Khloe Krumweide 5, Jordan Kulczyk 4, Leinie Hughes 20.


Plentywood 45, Harlem 39
Harlem          8    9   11  11―39
Plentywood   7    6   10  22―45
Harlem
Mari Ereaux 4, Teche Ereaux 10, Ticia Cliff 11, Anita Bentley 2, Brooke Levaldo 10.
Plentywood
Lizzy Gomez 10, Paige Harris 21, Victoria Obergfell 5, Paige McCrory 7, Lindsay Wangerin 3.


WPHS 47, Glasgow 42
Glasgow   8  10  14  10―42
WPHS    15   9    7  16―47
Glasgow
Amanda Wolff 7, Abbi Kolstad 10, Delaney Holzworth 2, Khloe Krumweide 8, Jordan Kulczyk 4, Leinie Hughes 9, Tyra Johnson 2.
WPHS
Brenna Kurokawa 2, Shelby Hanks, 8, Mariah Weeks 1, Aubrey Zilkoski 2, Emma Gourneau 13, Ky’Lee Driftwood 10, Jessica Bauer 6, Mahala Shawl 5.


Malta 59, Plentywood 22
Plentywood  8    4    0  10―22
Malta         25  14  16    4―59
Plentywood
Lizzy Gomez 1, Paige Harris 11, Desi Mosbrucker 3, Victoria Obergfell 4, Hallie Wangerin 2, Mychele Woodman 1.
Malta
Marley Manoukian 8, Sophia Stiles 16, Markelle Lett 2, Hailey Nicholson 4, Jade Nicholson 4, Kelsey Kuehn 4, Darby Schye 19, Shay Garfield 2.


Plentywood 59, Poplar 23
Poplar           10    6    5    2―23
Plentywood   11  16  17  15―59
Poplar
Emily Hagadone 1, Caitlyn Whiteman 1, DaeShanna Four Bear 2, Janaeya Sutherland 2, Samantha Youngman 7, Avery Azure 6, Jessa Shields 2, Angel Bighorn 2.
Plentywood
Lizzy Gomez 7, Paige Harris 18, Victoria Obergfell 7, Hallie Wangerin 2, Paige McCrory 5, Ally Bummer 5, Mychele Woodman 13, Lindsay Wangerin 2.


Glasgow 49, Harlem 37
Harlem      9  14    6    8―37
Glasgow   6   18  15  10―49
Harlem
Mari Ereaux 5, Autumn Little Plum 15, Teche Ereaux 2, Ticia Cliff 9, Sami Werk 1, Anita Bentley 1, Brooke Levaldo 4.
Glasgow
Amanda Wolff 10, Abbi Kolstad 17, Lexi Nixdorf 2, Jordan Kulczuk 8, Leinie Hughes 6, Tyra Johnson 6.


Championship
Malta 59, WPHS 35
WPHS  10  14    6    5―35
Malta   17  17  17    8―59
WPHS
Brenna Kurokawa 2, Shelby Hanks 3, Mariah Weeks 9, Emma Gourneau 6, Jessica Bauer 4, Mahala Shawl 11.
Malta
Marley Manoukian 3, Sophia Stiles 30, Markelle Lett 6, Hailey Nicholson 8, Jade Nicholson 3, Kelsey Kuehn 2, Darby Schye 5.

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Wolves End Season At District Tourney

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The first photo is Wolf Point’s Trevor Hamilton (4) being fouled as he shoots and scores during the tournament opener.  Poplar’s Alex Lone Bear (10) goes down. Hamilton was fouled and scored a third point on a free  throw.   The second picture is Poplar's Lone Bear.  The third photo isthe  Wolf Point cheerleaders getting the crowd excited before the Wolves played Glasgow at the district tournament.    (Photo by John Plestina)



The season ended for the Wolves on their home court at the Boys’ District 2B Tournament Saturday, Feb. 21. It was no surprise that the district-leading Glasgow Scotties finished first and earned high seeding at the divisional tournament in Shelby March 5-7.
Opening Round
Glasgow and Malta had opening-round byes.
The Poplar Indians upset the Wolves for the second time this season after not winning over Wolf Point for eight years. The final score was 44-40.
The Indians out-shot the Wolves 50 percent to 27 percent. Wolf Point led 54.5 percent to 45.5 percent with rebounds.
Poplar’s Waylen Youpee led with a game-high 14 points. Coy Atkinson chipped in 12 and Myltin Bighorn recorded 11. Tyson Bridges and Hayden Hanks each posted 9 points for the Wolves.
Harlem beat Plentywood 66-46 powered by 55 percent shooting to 45 percent. Both teams registered 50 percent rebounding.
Tristin Gone posted 16 points for Harlem and Raymond Dutch Helgeson recorded 13. Andrew Eberling led Plentywood with 12 and Nate Harris chipped in 11.
Semifinals
Glasgow played four strong quarters, knocking Poplar into the consolation bracket with a 75-21 win. The Scotties shot 63 percent to 40 percent by the Indians. Glasgow also beat Poplar on the boards with 54.3 percent rebounding to 45.7 percent.
Chase Fossum led the Scotties with 16 points, Keil Krumweide posted 13 and Jake Kolstad recorded 10.
Malta beat Harlem 39-35 with 66 percent shooting and 53.5 percent rebounding. Harlem’s totals were 50 percent shooting and 46.5 percent on the boards.
Nate Costin led Malta with 10 points and Kwahna Little posted 10 for Harlem.
Championship
The Scotties beat the Mustangs 53-43 for the district championship, despite 88 percent shooting by Malta to 61 percent by Glasgow. The Mustangs beat the Scotties on the boards with 53.1 percent rebounding to 46.9 percent.
The Scotties’ Jason Thibault poured in a game-high 18 points. Malta’s Allen Williamson posted 16 and Nate Costin recorded 11.
Consolation Games
Despite 75 percent shooting, Wolf Point fell to Harlem 49-47, dashing the Wolves hopes of making it to the divisional tournament. Harlem shot 56 percent and out-rebounded the Wolves 57.4 percent to 42.6 percent.
Wolf Point’s Hayden Hanks posted a game-high 17 points, Tyson Bridges recorded 14 and Trevor Hamilton registered 10. For Harlem, Marcus Henry led with 16.
Seventy percent shooting and 57.1 percent rebounding by Plentywood earned the Wildcats a berth at the divisional tournament while eliminating Poplar in a 49-47 barn burner. The Indians shot 42 percent and rebounded 42.9 percent.
Alex Lone Bear and Coy Atkinson each posted 13 points for the Indians and Myltin Bighorn recorded 10. Andrew Eberling led Plentywood with 17, and Michael Dawley and Justin Marsh chipped in 10 a piece.


Poplar 44, WPHS 40
Poplar      8  13  10  13―44
WPHS   14  10    2  14―40
Poplar
Alex Lone Bear 2, Waylen Youpee 14, Myltin Bighorn 11, Coy Atkinson 12, Boy Youngman 7.
WPHS
Andrew Heser 3, Dalton Hafner 5, Trevor Hamilton 6, Markell Blount 6, Hayden Hanks 9, Josh Nieskens 2, Tyson Bridges 9.


Harlem 66, Pwood 46
Plentywood   7    4  12  23―46
Harlem        14  24  17  11―66
Plentywood
Nate Harris 11,Tyler Michels 3, Andrew Eberling 12, Justin Marsh 14, Taylor Hilyard 2, Michael Dawley 4.
Harlem
Corbin Brockie 7, Raymond Dutch Helgeson 13, Delon Hammett 2, John Bell 6, Marcus Henry 8, Terry Sandcrane 5, Michael Butterfly 5, Kwahna Little 4, Tristin Gone 16.


Glasgow 75, Poplar 29
Poplar        8    7    7    7―29
Glasgow   26  17  21  11―75
Poplar
Damon Sadler 3, Alex Lone Bear 3, Myltin Bighorn 6, Coy Atkinson 6, Boy Youngman 5, A.J. Hollom 2, Orlando Young 2, Danny Eder 2.
Glasgow
Ethan Etchart 6, Jason Thibault 6, Trent Hebert 2, Chase Hughes 6, Jake Page 9, Chase Fossum 16, Keil Krumweide 13, Jake Kolstad 10, Zach Miller 7.


Malta 39, Harlem 35
Harlem    9  12    7    7―35
Malta     14   6   10   9―39
Harlem
Corbin Brockie 3, Raymond Dutch Helgeson 5, Marcus Henry 9, Terry Sandcrane 2, Michael Butterfly 2, Kwahna Little 10, Tristin Gone 4.
Malta
Nate Costin 10, Jase Galt 8, Tyson Carney 3, Jeremy Costin 7, Allen Williamson 8, Jace Bishop 3.


Harlem 49, WPHS 47
Harlem   16  17    8   8―49
WPHS      5  11  18  13―47
WPHS
Trevor Hamilton 10, Markell Blount 6, Hayden Hanks 17, Tyson Bridges 14.
Harlem
Corbin Brockie 3, Raymond Dutch Helgeson 8, Marcus Henry 16, Terry Sandcrane 3, Michael Butterfly 4, Kwahna Little 9, Tristin Gone 6.


P-wood 49, Poplar 47
Plentywood 11  11    6  21―49
Poplar         12  10  15  10―47
Plentywood
Nate Harris 9,Tyler Michels 2, Andrew Eberling 17, Austin Wirtz 1, Justin Marsh 10, Michael Dawley 10.
Poplar
Damon Sadler 5, Alex Lone Bear 13, Waylen Youpee 6, Myltin Bighorn 10, Coy Atkinson 13.


Championship
Glasgow 53, Malta 43
Malta        9    6  12  16―43
Glasgow 10   11  12  20―53
Malta
Nate Costin 11, Jase Galt 2, Tyson Carney 2, Jeremy Costin 12, Allen Williamson 16.
Glasgow
Gage Legare 4, Jason Thibault 18, Jake Page 9, Chase Fossum 8, Keil Krumweide 6, Jake Kolstad 8.

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Babe Ruth Baseball Sign-ups Next Week; Interest Sought For Legion Baseball

The Wolf Point Baseball Association will hold a meeting and sign-ups for the 2015 Hi-Line Babe Ruth Baseball League season, Tuesday, March 3, at 6 p.m., at Fort Peck Community College’s Dumont Building in Wolf Point located at 301 Benton Street.
The Babe Ruth league is for 13-15 year-olds, and runs from late April to early July.
The WPBA has been unable to field an American Legion baseball team for 16-18 year-olds for the past four years. The WPBA would like to see what interest there would be from players in this age group.  
The WPBA is hopeful that in a few years, the Legion team will be back at full strength, as there are good numbers coming up through the Little League and Babe Ruth programs.
“The Wolf Point Mosquitos had a very competitive team last year, and they return a nucleus of kids that will be fun to watch and will be crucial in rebuilding the local baseball program,” WPBA president Craig Smith said. “We are hoping to see a good turnout as far as numbers of players this year, as there are a lot of talented baseball players moving up from the Little League program.”
The squad from last year consisted of players from Frazer, Poplar and Wolf Point.  Practice is set to begin in early April, with games slated to commence at the beginning of May.
For more information, contact Smith at 768-8020.

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