Watford girls improve to 11-3
Beach was too much for Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team as the Wolves fell to the Bucs, 75-49, last week. But the Wolves rebounded from the loss to pick up wins over Divide County and Bowman County to improve their season record to 11-3.
Wrestling Wolves fall to Nighthawks
It was a battle of the unbeatens in Region IV wrestling last Thursday as the Nighthawks of Hettinger/Scranton took on the Watford City Wolves this past Thursday night.
Watford rolls past Raiders
The Watford City boys basketball team split in varsity action this past week as the Wolves defeated the Richardton-Taylor Raiders, 59-37, and the Bowman Bulldogs, 68-52, before falling to the Beulah Miners, 71-59.
Wolves dominate Tigers
With a 78-36 win over Trenton last week, the Watford City varsity girls basketball team improved its season record to 9-2.
Oilers split in hockey action
The Watford City Junior Gold hockey picks up win over May-Port, falls to Minot.
Hepper claims crown at Levi Wisness Classic
Watford City’s varsity wrestling team closed out its home schedule this week hosting Stanley in a dual on Friday night.
Wolves roll over Wildcats, Blue Jays
Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team saw its season record improve to 8-2 this past week
With wins, boys improve to 6-4
It was a very good week of basketball for the Watford City boys varsity basketball team as the Wolves picked up three wins improving their season record to 6-4.
Cagers get back to action
Boys basketball team falls to Killdeer, downs Beach
Wrestlers to host Levi Wisness Classic on Saturday
Four Wolves make the finals at Beulah Miner Invitational
Oilers skate to wins over Grand Forks, Langdon
The Watford City Junior Gold hockey team continued its winning ways picking up a pair of impressive wins in league action over Grand Forks and Langdon.
Wolves continue to rack up wins
Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team continued to rack up the wins as the Wolves upped their season record to 6-1 with victories over Killdeer and Ray this past week.
Wolves improve to 4-1 with two wins
Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team improved its season record to 4-1 as the Wolves downed Bottineau, 57-39, and Our Redeemer’s, 54-39, over the Christmas break.
Three wrestlers advance to semifinals in Hettinger Classic
Three wrestlers, Jade Hepper, Logan Gumke, and Jake Belland, took second place in their respective pools and advanced to the semifinal rounds.
Wolves take second at Roughrider Tourney
Watford City’s domination of the Roughrider Girls Basketball Tournament came to an end last Friday as the Bowman County Bulldogs edged the Wolves, 51-45, in the title game.
Wrestlers have good showing at Dickinson Classic
Wolves take fifth in weekend tournament
Eagles get the best of the Wolves
The Watford City varsity wrestling team took on two very tough opponents last Tuesday in dual action - the Sidney Eagles and the flu bug.
Cagers head to championship in Roughrider Tourney
Wolves pick up two wins to open 2013 girls basketball season
Junior Gold open league season with win over Langdon
After placing second in the Fargo Freeze Junior Gold Tournament, the Watford City Oilers hockey team opened its league season with a 5-4 win over Langdon on Saturday.
Wrestlers pick up three dual wins
Watford City’s varsity wrestling team went a perfect 3-0 in their dual competitions this past week improving their team record to 4-1 on the season and 3-0 against Region IV competition.
Watford girls open cage season at Roughrider Tournament
The Watford City varsity girls basketball team will be opening its season this week at the Killdeer Roughrider Tournament in Killdeer.
Tough week for basketball
Boys basketball team’s record falls to 2-3 with losses to New Town, Hazen
Wolves open season with a pair of wins
Watford boys fall to Minot Ryan, at New Town Thursday
Wrestling Wolves off to a good start
Wrestlers at Bowman Invitational this weekend, to host Sidney on Dec. 17
Boys basketball ready for season
With just two starters back from last year’s Watford City boys varsity basketball team, Randy Cranston, Wolves’ head coach, knows that this is going to be a rebuilding year