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Blue Jays get the best of the Wolves

Watford City got on the scoreboard first against a very strong Stanley football team. But the Wolves were no match for the Blue Jays on Friday evening.

Posted 10/05/11 (Wed)read more »

Watford spikers fall to Stanley

Watford City was no match for a very physical, hard-hitting Stanley team in volleyball action last Tuesday as the Blue Jays swept the Wolves in three games.

Posted 10/05/11 (Wed)read more »

Cross Country teams to compete at Regionals Friday

Posted 10/05/11 (Wed)read more »

Wolves get big confidence-builder with win over Troopers

Watford City’s football team got back in the winning column in a big way on Friday evening as the Wolves rolled over the Garrison-Max Troopers, 35-0.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed)read more »

Wolves pound Ray in volleyball action

Watford City stepped their game up a notch last Tuesday as the Wolves pounded the Ray Jays 3-1 in varsity volleyball action.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed)read more »

Cross Country teams place at Beulah Meet

Asha Smith turned in a time of 16:44, which was good for a third place individual finish, to lead the Watford City girls cross country team to a sixth place finish at the Beulah-Hazen Invitational on Saturday.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed)read more »

Wolves fall to Velva 28-6

While Watford City was able to roll up more yards against Velva, key mistakes by the Wolves proved to be their undoing as the Wolves fell to the Aggies, 28-6, last Friday.

Posted 9/21/11 (Wed)read more »

Watford Cross Country teams take third at Tioga meet

With a young team out for Cross Country this year, Greg Brown, Watford City’s head Cross Country coach, knew that this would be a growing year for his athletes.

Posted 9/21/11 (Wed)read more »

Wolves split in volleyball action

After running up a 3-0 record, Watford City’s varsity volleyball team ran into some stiffer competition this past week as they took on New England and Beulah.

Posted 9/21/11 (Wed)read more »

Off to a great start

The Watford City varsity girls volleyball team upped its season record to a perfect 3-0 as the Wolves picked up decisive wins over Tioga and New Town this past week.

Posted 9/14/11 (Wed)read more »

Bombers get the best of the Wolves

Watford City saw its season record drop to 1-2 as the Wolves fell to Lewis & Clark, 37-19, in home football action last Friday.

Posted 9/14/11 (Wed)read more »

Watford Cross Country teams compete in Mandan

atford City’s Cross Country teams had a good showing at the Mandan Kiwanis Meet on Sept. 9 with Kade Ross and Asha Smith finishing in the top two spots to pace the girls’ team.

Posted 9/14/11 (Wed)read more »

High School and Junior High rodeo results

The Watford City High School Rodeo team competed in the Mandan and Bottineau rodeos.

Posted 9/14/11 (Wed)read more »

Watford girls win Bowman Cross Country Meet

Kade Ross and Asha Smith finished in first and second place to propel the Watford City girls cross country team to a first place finish at the Bowman Cross Country Meet last Thursday.

Posted 9/07/11 (Wed)read more »

Spikers open with big win over Killdeer

The Watford City varsity girls volleyball team opened its 2011 campaign in a very strong fashion last Tuesday defeating the Killdeer Cowboys in three quick games.

Posted 9/07/11 (Wed)read more »

Wolves offense comes alive against DLB

Fresh off a 38-7 win over Des Lacs-Burlington last Friday afternoon, Watford City is ready to open its home season football action this Friday as the Wolves host Lewis & Clark-Berthold.

Posted 9/07/11 (Wed)read more »

Cougars top a young Wolves football team

Heart River made team history Friday night as the Cougars picked up their first-ever win over Watford City in football action.

Posted 8/31/11 (Wed)read more »

Wolves cross country teams have good showing in first meet

Watford City’s cross country teams opened their season this past Saturday when the Wolves competed in the Becki Wells Invitational in Dickinson.

Posted 8/31/11 (Wed)read more »

Wolves open football season at Belfield

Graduation took a heavy toll on Fred Fridley’s Watford City Wolves football program. With only one returning starter back from last year’s team, Fridley knows that this is going to be a challenging year.

Posted 8/24/11 (Wed)read more »

Volleyball team opens season at Killdeer on Tuesday

With a good number of athletes out for volleyball this season, Nancy Deutsch, Wolves’ head coach, sees a lot of promise for the coming year.

Posted 8/24/11 (Wed)read more »

Wolves cross country team hopes to start off their season on the right foot

On your marks, get set, go... grab your running shoes, that is. It is that time of year again as the Watford City Wolves start cross country.

Posted 8/24/11 (Wed)read more »

Wold wins City Men’s Golf Tournament

Cordell Wold carded an eight-under par score of 64 to win the handicap championship title at the Watford City Men’s City Golf Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 13.

Posted 8/17/11 (Wed)read more »

Walleye lose two at State

The Watford City American Legion baseball team dropped their first two games at the State American Legion Baseball Tournament in Bottineau last week and were eliminated from further play

Posted 8/03/11 (Wed)read more »

Walleye head to State Legion baseball tourney

With a 10-0 win over Makoti in the title game of the Section 6 American Legion Baseball Tournament, Watford City punched their ticket to the State American Legion Baseball Tournament.

Posted 7/27/11 (Wed)read more »

Jorgenson wins barrel racing, breakaway roping at fair rodeo

When the dust finally settled at the McKenzie County Fair Rodeo on Saturday, Watford City’s own Samantha Jorgenson walked away as the big money winner in the North Dakota Rodeo Association’s sanctioned rodeo.

Posted 7/20/11 (Wed)read more »