17 June 2021

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Wolf Point Athletes Commit To Dickinson’s Track Program

Wolf Point Athletes Commit To Dickinson’s Track Program


The Wolves are coming! Three standout track athletes from Wolf Point High School signed letters of intent on Friday, June 11, to compete for Dickinson State University. Zander Ackerman, Nick Page and Kahalo Toves each enjoyed a strong amount of success during their high school careers in Wolf Point. “I’m excited to give them the opportunity to compete,” Dickinson’s track coach

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Best Ball Tourney Attracts Nearly 50 Teams

Best Ball Tourney Attracts Nearly 50 Teams


This last weekend, the Wolf Point Airport Golf Course held its annual two-man best ball course improvement fundraiser. A total of 49 twoman teams (from all over Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota) competed in this year’s tournament, making it the largest turnout in the tournament’s history. This tournament is held as one of the major fundraisers for the course. Proceeds from this tournament

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Wolves Enjoy Memorable Track Season

Wolves Enjoy Memorable Track Season


Traditionally, it seems like track and field athletes receive less recognition than standouts in other sports such as basketball and football. But the accomplishments made by Wolf Point’s athletes this past track season were certainly impressive. After all, how many times can a program boast of having double champions from a state track meet? Zander Ackerman’s feat of finishing first in

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10 June 2021

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Wolf Point Girls Win Game Over Culbertson

Wolf Point Girls Win Game Over Culbertson


The Wolf Point Yellow Jackets got their bats going to break open a close game for a 14-2 girls’ softball victory over Culbertson on Tuesday, June 1. Wolf Point trailed by a 2-1 margin entering the bottom of the third before J’Elle Garfield scored on a double by Katelyn MacDonald. The Yellow Jackets grabbed a 3-2 lead when MacDonald crossed the plate on a wild pitch. Mahola Macdonald connected

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03 June 2021

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State Double Winners

State Double Winners


Coming away from the state track meet with one championship is outstanding. Winning two titles is truly remarkable. After earning first in the 1600-meter run on the first day of the meet, Wolf Point’s senior Zander Ackerman scored the title in the 3200-meter run at the Class B state meet in Laurel on Saturday, May 29. “This is everything,” Ackerman said after finishing first in the

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No One Can Catch Olson In 200, 400 Dashes At State Meet

No One Can Catch Olson In 200, 400 Dashes At State Meet


Jewel Olson was ready to run. The Wolf Point senior was ready to win a state championship. The 400-meter dash was the final event of the day at the Class B state track meet in Laurel on Friday, May 28. Too make matters a bit more unique, a storm pushed the 3200 and 400 runs back two hours later than scheduled. “I think it helped with my stress,” Olson said about the delay. “I got to hang