08 April 2021

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Olson Leads Wolves In Glasgow

Olson Leads Wolves In Glasgow


Jewel Olson excelled as Wolf Point’s girls opened their track season at the Glasgow Invitational on Thursday, April 1. Olson, a senior, captured first-place honors in both the 200-meter dash (28.17 seconds) and 400 (62.02). She also placed third in the 100 (14.01 seconds) against a strong wind. In the team standings, Wolf Point took fifth place with 37 points. The top three teams were Hinsdale

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Wolf Point Boys Open Campaign  With Third-place Showing At Meet

Wolf Point Boys Open Campaign With Third-place Showing At Meet


Wolf Point’s boys kicked their track season in strong fashion on Thursday, April 1, by taking third place at the Glasgow Invitational. The Wolves scored 55 points at the 22-team meet. Hinsdale won the team title with 76 points while Havre placed second with 65 points. Highlighting Wolf Point’s performance were outstanding showings by the two relay teams. The 400-meter relay team consisting

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01 April 2021

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Extracurricular Awards Banquet Held

Extracurricular Awards Banquet Held


Wolf Point High School students involved in boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, wrestling, cheerleading and speech/drama were saluted during an awards ceremony on Monday, March 22. Athletic director Cody Larson commended the students for their dedication during a stressful year. “There was one point in January that we didn’t know if we would finish any season,” Larson said.

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Two Wolf Point Wrestlers Win  Championships At Montana Open

Two Wolf Point Wrestlers Win Championships At Montana Open


The Wolf Point Wrestling Club had two wrestlers earned top honors during the 2021 Montana Open this weekend in Billings. Taking first place were Addison Matejovsky at 61 pounds for girls 6 and under, and Iyerlee Paulson at 108 pounds for girls 8 and under. Placing second were Anna Matejovsky at 77 pounds for girls 10 and under and Jeina Reum at 66/70 pounds for girls 12 and under. Joli

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Ready For Season

Ready For Season


Members of Wolf Point’s track and field team work out during practice on Friday, March 26. The Wolves will open their season at the Glasgow Invitational on Thursday, April 1. (Photo by Bill Vander Weele)
25 March 2021

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Tennis Team Looks For Success

Tennis Team Looks For Success


After not being able to compete last year because of COVID, the Wolf Point Wolves are looking for a successful tennis season in 2021. “The weather has been unusually great,” Coach Dan Horsmon said. “Most season we have to shovel snow. The girls are learning fast and will be competitive this year.” Returning letterwinners for the Wolves include seniors Demi Kegley and Angelica Sutton.

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Wolf Point’s Track Team Features  Strong Group Of Upper Classmen

Wolf Point’s Track Team Features Strong Group Of Upper Classmen


With upperclassmen leading the way, Wolf Point is looking for a strong track season this year. “We have a great group of upperclassmen,” Coach RC Page said about the Wolves. Leading the pack for the seniors are Zander Ackerman and Jewel Olson, who each placed at the Class B state track meet as sophomores. Ackerman finished second in the 3200 during 2019. Olson took third in the 400-meter