After last Friday’s snowstorm forced the Watford City varsity wrestling team to pull out of their match with Carrington and Saturday’s Carrington Tournament, the Wolves will be back on the mat this Thursday when they host the Killdeer Cowboys, the No. 1 ranked team from Region 4, as part of a triangular meet.
After finishing last season with a 9-14 record, Berton Bates, head coach of the Watford City Wolves girls basketball team, is looking forward to a winning season.
The Watford City Junior Gold team picked up their first win of the season when the Oilers knocked off the Crosby Comets 3-2 in overtime.
Watford City opened its 2010-2011 boys basketball season on a strong note on Thursday evening as the Wolves rolled over the Heart River Cougars 83-54. But the Wolves were then upended by Minot Bishop Ryan 58-54 on Saturday evening.
n spite of only competing in seven of the 14 weight classes, Watford City varsity wrestlers did very well this past weekend at the Sidney Invitational scoring 104 points for a seventh place finish.
Armed with a strong group of seniors and four returning starters from last year’s boys basketball team, Randy Cranston, Watford City head coach, is looking forward to another excellent season when the Wolves take to the court in their season opener on Thursday, Dec. 2 against Heart River.
The Watford City varsity wrestling team will open its 2010-2011 wrestling season this Friday and Saturday when the Wolves compete in the Sidney Invitational that will feature 20 schools from Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota.
While the Watford City football team came up just one win away from earning a trip to the State Class A Football championship game, the Wolves had an outstanding 11-1 season. And now, 10 players from this year’s squad have been recognized by the coaches from the conference and region by being named to the All-Conference and the All-Region football teams.
Watford City’s varsity volleyball team got off to a good start in the District 15 Volleyball Tournament sweeping Trinity Christian on Tuesday evening as the Wolves defeated the Crusaders 25-22, 25-10 and 25-23 to advance to the title game against Stanley.
Watford City may have struggled against Killdeer in the first half of Saturday’s quarterfinal action of the State Class A football playoffs, but the Wolves got themselves back on track in the second half to pull out a 41-12 win over the Cowboys.
With the girls team finishing in eighth place and the boys team taking 13th place at the Class B State Cross Country Meet, Greg Brown couldn’t have been prouder of the way that his young teams ran.
Watford City dropped three games to Dickinson Trinity last week as the Wolves wrap up their regular season action and get ready to move on to the District 15 Tournament.
With a 62-0 win over the Bowman Bulldogs on Friday to close out their regular season play, the Watford City Wolves football team now prepares to host Lewis & Clark/Our Redeemers/North Shore/Plaza in the first round of the Class A playoffs.
Watford City kept its winning streak alive and extended its shut out streak to three games as the Wolves rolled over Grant County 46-0 on Friday.