Spikers take 5th at own invitational
The Watford City varsity girls volleyball team had a busy week as they took on Tioga and New Town in dual action this past week before hosting an invitational tournament on Saturday.
Girls cross country team takes 7th at Mandan meet
Watford City’s varsity girls cross country team took seventh place coming in behind five Class A schools at the Mandan Cross Country Meet on Saturday, Sept. 12.
Wolves host Killdeer in home football action Friday
After their first two football contests, the Watford City Wolves, who are currently ranked as the No. 1 team in the Class A Power Poll, have still not been scored on.
Watford spikers fall to Killdeer
Watford City’s varsity girls volleyball team may have lost its first match of the season last Tuesday as the Wolves fell to Killdeer 3-2, but Nancy Deutsch, Wolves head coach was very pleased with her team’s performance.
Wolves girls take 5th at Bismarck Quarterback Club Cross Country Meet
ibee Jokela took 14th place with a time of 16:55 at the very challenging Bismarck Quarterback Club Cross Country Meet on Thursday to help lead the Watford City varsity girls cross country team to a fifth place finish.
Wolves roll past Stanley 40-0
Watford City held Stanley to a minus 12 yards of offense in the first half of play as the Wolves cruised to a 40-0 win over the Blue Jays in season opening Class A football action last Friday.
Wolves open home volleyball season
The Watford City varsity volleyball team will open its 2009 home season on Tuesday, Sept. 8 when the Wolves host the Tioga Pirates at 7 p.m. and Nancy Deutsch, Wolves head coach, is excited about this year’s team.
Wolves open football season at Stanley
The start of the 2009 football season will see some big changes for the Watford City Wolves, the defending Class AA champions.
Kieson awarded rodeo scholarships
Mamie Kieson, a 2009 graduate from Watford City High School was recently awarded the WW Livestock Systems dealer’s scholarship of $250 at the North Dakota High School Finals Rodeo held at Bowman, N.D., on June 18-20, 2009.
Skilled volunteer hunters could be used to reduce elk numbers under Park Service’s preferred alternative plan
The National Park Service (NPS) has released a preferred alternative addressing elk management at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Sanford to play baseball at WNCC
evin Sanford has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Western Nebraska Community College in Scotts Bluff, Neb., a Division I Junior College.
Welstad sweeps Women’s City Golf Tournament
It was pretty much a one-woman show at the Watford City Women’s Golf Tournament as Molly Welstad made it a clean show winning the scratch and handicap championship crowns and walking away with the medalist honors as well.
Being selected as an All-Star athlete is a great honor for high school seniors, and one Watford City High School senior was honored twice when he was selected as a football player for the Badlands Bowl and the Shrine Bowl.
Babe Ruth team splits at Gateway Tourney
Walleye season ends at Section 6 Baseball Tourney
The Watford City Walleye were hoping that this would be the year that they would make it to the State American Legion Tournament.
Shipman named DAC Scholar-Athlete
Justin Shipman of Watford City and a freshman at Jamestown College was named a DAC basketball Scholar-Athlete for the spring semester by the Dakota Athletic Conference.
Fridley named Male Coach of the Year
Fred Fridley, head coach of the Watford City Wolves football team, was named the 2009 Male Co-Coach of the Year by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Walleye improve to 13-3
The Watford City American Legion baseball team improved its season record to 13-3 and 5-1 in league play this past week as the Walleye swept Ray in two games before splitting with Tioga.
Wengel wins 2009 Homefest Road Race
Abe Wengel turned in a time of 32.23 to win the 10K run in the 2009 Homefest Road race held on Saturday, June 27, while Tricia Sundeen took the women’s honors in the 10K event with a time of 44.32.
Breuer wins bareback riding at NDRA Rodeo
For the second year in a row, the weather bested the top stock and cowboys during the Friday night performance of the McKenzie County Fair’s Rodeo. While heavy rain kept the fans out of the grandstands on Friday evening, clear sunny skies made for a wonderful night of rodeo action on Saturday.
Eight straight wins for Walleye
Watford City’s American Legion baseball team continued to pile up wins this past week as the Walleye extended their winning streak to eight games with a pair of wins over Williston before defeating Tioga.
Jorgenson to compete in Junior High Finals Rodeo
Samantha Jorgenson, an eighth grader at Watford City High School, has earned a position on the North Dakota Wrangler Junior High rodeo team and will be traveling with fellow teammates to Gallup, N.M., from June 28 to July 4 to compete in the 5th annual Wrangler Junior High Finals Rodeo (WJHFR).
Walleye pick a pair of wins over Crosby
Watford City picked up a pair of wins last Wednesday defeating the Crosby Cubs 3-2 and 12-3 in American Legion baseball action to extend their winning streak to five games.
Walleye improve to 3-2 in Legion action
After dropping a pair of games by scores of 16-5 and 14-2 to Wolf Point in their season opener, the Watford City Walleye have picked up three wins in American Legion baseball action.
Liebel takes second at State Golf Tourney
Watford City’s Nick Liebel, a sophomore, battled back from an 8th place standing after shooting a seven over par, 79, on the first day of the Class B Boys State Golf Tournament to take second place individually and earn All-State honors.