16 September 2021

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Indians Come Up Short Against Malta

Indians Come Up Short Against Malta


Poplar had its first home volleyball match of the season on Tuesday, Sept. 8. The Indians dropped the match against conference rival Malta by a 16-25, 9-25, 9-25, final. “Our serving was decent,” Poplar Coach William Bemer said. “Our digs were pretty good.” The players still need to work on communication and trusting each other. “We’re very young,” Bemer said. Emma Martell

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Bearcubs  Compete  At Scobey  Invite

Bearcubs Compete At Scobey Invite


The Frazer Bearcubs ran well at the cross-country meet held in Scobey on Thursday, Sept. 9. Frazer’s Ty Fourstar, a sophomore, finished in 28th place with a time of 29:42.49. In the girls’ division, the Bearcubs had 71 points for eighth place. Alyssa Toce Blount took 20th place at 27:38.10. Shakira Beston was 21st at 28:13.43. Angel Nelligan was 33rd at 32:47.69. Kalianna Toce Blount

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Poplar Earns Honors In Scobey

Poplar Earns Honors In Scobey


Poplar earned first in the girls’ division and second in the boys’ division during the Scobey Invitational held on Thursday, Sept. 9. The Indians topped the girls’ team standings with 17 points followed by Scobey with 23 points and Plentywood with 36 points. Leading Poplar was Jazmin Gorder with a time of 22:27.70 for a fourth-place showing. Mattie Falls Down, a freshman, placed

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Summers Finishes First In Havre

Summers Finishes First In Havre


Wolf Point’s Peyton Summers ran to first-place honors at the Havre Invitational held on Saturday, Sept. 11. Summers, a sophomore, ran the course in 17:17.93 for top honors. Havre’s sophomore Caleb Tomac placed second at 17:22.63. Wolf Point’s Kholby Spotted Wolf finished third in 17:29.46. Ethan Blount of Wolf Point took seventh place at 18:17.45. Wolf Point’s freshman Rebel

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Lady Wolves Have Busy Weekend

Lady Wolves Have Busy Weekend


The Wolf Point Wolves earned two volleyball victories during the Scobey Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 11. During pool play, the Wolves downed Nashua, 15-2, 15-13, and Wibaux, 15-8, 15-13. Sierra Hamilton led Wolf Point with eight kills against Nashua. Kylie Rodenberg finished with 14 assists. Katelyn MacDonald served seven aces. Sarah Williamson had three digs. Against Wibaux, MacDonald

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09 September 2021

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Lady Wolves Score Volleyball Victory Over Baker Squad

Lady Wolves Score Volleyball Victory Over Baker Squad


The Lady Wolves opened their home volleyball schedule on a high note by beating Baker, 25-21, 25-22, 19-25, 27-25, on Friday, Sept. 3. “We worked on transition all week, we did that so much better, and our blocking was better,” Wolf Point Coach Kim Hanks said. “It was a good team win.” Wolf Point accounted for the non-conference match’s first six points on the serving of Katelyn

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Poplar Hosts Cross-Country Meet September 4

Poplar Hosts Cross-Country Meet September 4


Poplar’s cross-country squad hosted the Poplar Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 4. Mattie Falls Down, a freshman, led Poplar’s girls by taking 10th place with a time of 22:58.60. Jazmyn Carry Water finished 11th at 23:23.98. Bailey Dupree took 23rd at 26:10.66. Precious Keiser finished 45th at 28:54.67. Teagan Escarcega took 48th at 29:09.32. Rikki Belton ran the course in 30:15.02

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Wolf Point Falls Short Against Baker

Wolf Point Falls Short Against Baker


The Wolf Point Wolves played one of their best halves of football in the past few seasons before falling to Baker, 40-6, at home on Friday, Sept. 3. “After the first half, we were in it,” Wolf Point Coach Anthony Red Cloud said. “That’s a positive to have the first game we were still in it at half-time for awhile.” The Wolves trailed by a 21-6 margin at intermission. “The entire