25 February 2021

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State Champion

State Champion


When Poplar’s junior Jazmin Gorder was heading to the first ever girls’ all-state wrestling tournament in Billings, she didn’t have winning a state championship on her mind. “It didn’t matter if I won or lost, as long as I did my best,” Gorder said of her feelings before her last two matches at the state meet. Her mindset, however, changed the night prior to the semi-final and

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Wolves Enjoy Success At State Meet

Wolves Enjoy Success At State Meet


Wolf Point’s girl wrestlers competed at the inaugural girls’ all class state wrestling meet at Lockwood High School in Billings on Friday, Feb. 19, and Saturday, Feb. 20. “This was an awesome event with 149 some girls from 45 schools in AA A B and C,” Wolf Point Coach Scott Vandall said. “The crowd was electric and the girls put one heck of show on.” Joli Beston went 3-1 on the
18 February 2021

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Wolves Drop Contests Against  Malta, Glendive, Scobey Teams

Wolves Drop Contests Against Malta, Glendive, Scobey Teams


The Wolf Point’s boys’ basketball put together some good moments but lost to Glendive, 63-46, in home non-conference play on Thursday, Feb. 11. Wolf Point trailed by a 37-19 half-time margin and a 45-27 score midway into the third quarter, but the Wolves battled back with the next nine points on four points by Zander Ackerman, a three-pointer by Antone Manning and a baseline shot by Kelby

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Lady Wolves Battle Opponents

Lady Wolves Battle Opponents


Wolf Point’s girls’ basketball squad dropped games against Malta, Glendive and Scobey during the week. Wolf Point’s girls’ basketball team lost by a 38-20 final in Glendive on Thursday, Feb. 11 Glendive gained a 10-2 lead in the first quarter. The Red Devils increased the margin to 23-9 at the half. J’Elle Garfield led the Wolves with six points. Also scoring were Katelyn MacDonald

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11 February 2021

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Wolf Point Sweeps Home Contests Against Baker

Wolf Point Sweeps Home Contests Against Baker


Wolf Point’s girls’ basketball squad led wire-to-wire and defeated Baker, 43-32, at home on Friday, Feb. 5. Josie Kolstad had the hot hand as the Wolves earned a 14-5 during the first quarter of action. A 16-footer by Kolstad and two free throws by Hamyanie Campbell resulted in a quick 4-0 advantage. After Baker’s Peyton Janeway connected on a three-pointer, Kolstad fired in a baseline

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Wolf Point Boys Stop Spartans

Wolf Point Boys Stop Spartans


Consecutive three-pointers to open the fourth quarter provided a great spark as Wolf Point’s boys’ basketball team downed Baker, 63-52, at home on Friday, Feb. 5. “I was pleased with our effort,” Wolf Point Coach Troy Blount said. “We responded in the fourth quarter for crunch time.” The victory avenged a defeat in Baker earlier this season. “Game by game, we’re improving,”

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