Page Leads In Sports For Wolves
Wolf Point High School senior Charles Page has been a leader in athletics during his time playing for the Wolves.
He has been a steady performer in football, basketball and track throughout his career. In addition, he played American Legion baseball for six years.
As a senior, Page was voted second team All-Conference at both running back and linebacker.
“I’ve always loved it since I’ve been young,” Page said of football. “It’s pretty big in my family.”
Although the Wolves didn’t have the best record, Page said the football season was a memorable one.
“It was a fun season with the kids we had,” the senior said. “The team will get better and better. We have good coaches.”
He feels the highlight of his football career was beating Colstrip during his sophomore season. In track, Page qualified for the divisional meet in both the shot put and discus last season. He won the district championship in the shot put. His goal this season is to qualify for state in the shot put.
The National Honor Society student says his favorite class is college composition with teacher Douglas Evans.
“He gets us ready for the real world,” Page explained.
Page’s favorite teacher is Anthony Red Cloud, who has coached Page in football all through high school.
Page plans to attend either Dickinson State University or MSU Northern in Havre. He hopes to play football at the collegiate level.
He will either study sports science or a trade such as welding.
Page has enjoyed attending school and living in Wolf Point.
“I definitely like how you know people and have good relationships,” Page said of the community.