Cross Country teams head to State Meet
Watford City’s cross country teams wrapped up their regular season last Tuesday as the Wolves competed in the Killdeer Meet where both varsity teams took second place
Wolves fall to Maroons
Watford City struggled against a hard-hitting Divide County team in varsity volleyball action last Thursday as the Wolves fell to the Maroons 3-1
Wolves blast New Salem 67-14 for Homecoming win
The Watford City Wolves rolled up 34 first quarter points and coasted to a 67 to 14 win over New Salem Friday night.
Cross Country teams take 5th at Region Meet
Watford City’s cross country teams are peaking at just the right time as the Wolves get ready for the State Cross Country Meet in Jamestown on Oct. 23.
Spikers sweep Trenton, Trinity Christian
Watford City’s volleyball team improved its dual record to 7-2 and 15-7 overall this past week as the Wolves posted wins over Trinity Christian and Trenton before competing in the Beach Tournament on Saturday.
Wolves improve to 7-0 with big win over Grant County
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.
Wolves fall to Stanley, win big over Parshall
The Watford City Wolves split in varsity volleyball action this past week dropping three games to Stanley on Sept. 28 before coming back to roll over Parshall in three straight games on Thursday.
Cross Country teams ready for Regional meet
Wolves shut out Bison
Watford City took sole possession of first place in Region IV with a dominating 43-0 win victory over Hazen last Friday night.
Wolves girls take 4th, boys 8th at Watford Cross Country meet
Watford City’s cross country teams continued to improve their times as they competed in two meets this past week.
Spikers down Ray
Watford City rolled over the Ray Jays in varsity volleyball action last Tuesday before competing in a very tough Dickinson Tournament on Friday and Saturday.
Wolves to battle Hazen for top spot in Region IV standing
Not even four inches of snow could slow down Watford City as the Wolves rolled over the Heart River Cougars 28-0 to improve their season record to 5-0.
Spikers suffer first loss
After rolling over New England in three quick games last Tuesday, Watford City’s varsity girls volleyball team suffered its first loss of the season as the Wolves fell to Beulah 3-1.
Cross Country teams compete
Watford City’s girls varsity cross country team took first place, while the boys team took fourth place in the JV division at the Minot Invitational last Thursday,
Wolves roll by Killdeer to improve record to 4-0
Watford City’s 15-6 win over the Killdeer Cowboys on Friday evening not only improved the Wolves’ season record to a perfect 4-0, but also gave Coach Fred Fridley his 300th career win
Spikers win own invite
Watford City’s varsity girls volleyball team is off to one of its best starts in recent years as the Wolves’ season record stands at 9-0.
Wolves nip Lions
Watford City’s defense bent, but it did not break as the Wolves’ defense made the big plays when they needed to against a very good Class AA Minot Bishop Ryan team last Friday evening.
Spikers open with win over Killdeer
The Watford City varsity girls volleyball team opened its 2010 campaign with a rousing win over Killdeer on Tuesday defeating the Cowboys 3-2.
Cross Country teams take 4th at Bowman meet
Watford City’s cross country teams improved on their times as they competed in their first varsity meet of the season on Thursday in Bowman.
Wolves open football season with two decisive wins
Watford City opened its 2010 season on a strong note picking up a pair of wins as the Wolves rolled over the Stanley Blue Jays 41-8 on Friday evening and then won their first Region 4 game on Saturday afternoon as the JV team cruised by Standing Rock 26-6.
Cross country teams compete at Dickinson
Watford City’s varsity girls cross country team took seventh place in the junior varsity division at the Dickinson Cross Country Meet on Saturday, while the boys varsity team took 12th place in the junior varsity division.
Wolves to open football season Friday
The Watford City Wolves football team will be seeing some heavy action as they open their 2010 season with back-to-back games this week. The Wolves will host Stanley in their season opener at 7 p.m. on Friday at Fridley Field and then host Standing Rock at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Volleyball girls get back into the swing of things
Bump, set, spike is a motto 30 girls at Watford City High School are becoming very familiar with as they start preparing for this year’s volleyball season.
Cross Country team looks forward to good season
Over the hills and through the trees, to the finish line they go. It’s that time again. Through sunshine, rain, sleet, and snow, the Watford City Cross Country team puts in miles and miles on their shoes.
Walleye come up short at State American Legion Tourney
The Walleye dropped their first two games of the State American Legion Baseball Tournament, but the experience was something that the Watford City players will long remember.