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Spring Hoopfest Attracts Great Turnout To Wolf Point

Spring Hoopfest Attracts Great Turnout To Wolf Point Spring Hoopfest Attracts Great Turnout To Wolf Point


The 2023 Wolf Point Spring Hoopfest, under the direction of Brock Copenhaver, was a huge success with 62 teams competing in the youth basketball tournament during the weekend.

In the third-grade boys’ division, Red Cats of Wolf Point defeated Badland Hoops of Brockton by a 52-30 margin in the championship game.

The Scobey Silver Stars earned first place in the girls’ third-grade division.

Hi-Line Heat of Malta claimed the title in the fourth-grade boys’ division. The Malta squad took first place in the fourth-grade girls’ division.

In the fifth-grade boys’ division, Richey/Lambert outscored the MonDak Hawks, 34-22, for top honors. The Treasure State Warriors of Poplar, Glasgow and Lustre each had 3-1 records in the fifth-grade girls’ division. The Treasure State Warriors finished with the best point differential.

The Malta Mustangs edged Baller Express of Billings, 4540, for the sixth-grade boys’ division title.

In the sixth-grade girls’ division, the Circle Lady Cats downed the Belknap Ballers, 25-23, in the title contest.

The Gators of Sidney posted a 3-0 record for top honors in the seventh-grade boys’ division. The Mondak Misfits earned first with a 3-0 mark in the seventh-grade girls’ division. Lustre defeated Poplar, 44-33, for first place in the eighth-grade boys’ division. The Circle Wildcats earned the championship in the eighth-grade girls’ division.

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