Sports

How do you measure success? Is it by money, possessions, or position? Or is success measured by starting a program, watching it grow, and then seeing players come back to pass on the skills you taught them to others?

Read more

When the Watford City girls basketball team takes to the court in their season opener on Dec. 1 against the Killdeer Cowboys, the Wolves will be fielding one of the shortest teams in recent history.

Read more

Watford City, the Region IV Class A championship football team had six players named to the All-Region IV First Team, while four players were named to the All-Region Second Team.

Read more

fter coming off an impressive performance at the District 15 Volleyball Tournament, Watford City, the No. 2-ranked team from the district, saw their season come to a close following a 3-0 upset by Burke County in opening round play of the Region 8 Tournament last Monday.

Read more

All season long, one of the keys to the success of Watford City’s football team has been their ability to force opponents to fumble the ball, and then convert those miscues into touchdowns.

Read more

Watford City’s varsity volleyball team is probably now playing their best volleyball of the season.

Read more

n what could very well be the State championship game in Class A football, the Watford City Wolves will take on the Velva Aggies in semifinal football action at 2 p.m. in Velva.

Read more

Watford City dropped three games to a very good Hazen team in their final regular season volleyball match on Tuesday evening.

Read more

Greg Brown knew all season long that he had a very special group of girls running cross country for him.

Read more

With a 55-6 win over the Bowman Bulldogs last Friday evening, Watford City will enter the Class A play-offs this Saturday as the No. 1 seeded team from Region 4.

Read more

A long break from competing due to inclement weather and Homecoming activities may have hurt the Wolves at the Regional Cross Country Meet.

Read more

Brady Lund rushed for 224 yards as he scored three touchdowns as the Wolves rolled over the New Salem Holsteins 21-0 in Region 4 football action last Friday evening.

Read more

Watford City picked up two big wins this past week as the Wolves’ varsity volleyball team defeated Trinity Christian and Trenton.

Read more

Watford City’s balanced running and passing attack kept Grant County off balance last Friday evening as the Wolves improved their season record to 6-0 with an impressive 38-0 win over the Storm.

Read more

October 7, 2009

Spikers thump Parshall

After falling to Stanley in three games on Tuesday, the Watford City varsity volleyball team regrouped and took three games from Parshall on Thursday.

Read more

With a 20-12 win over the Hazen Bison, the No. 2-ranked team in Class A football, the Watford City Wolves, the No. 1-ranked team in Class A football, took over sole possession of the top spot in Region 4.

Read more

Watford City extended its winning streak to four straight games as the Wolves rolled over the Heart River Cougars 33-0.

Read more

Watford City picked up a big win last Tuesday as the Wolves defeated New England 3-2 in varsity girls volleyball action.

Read more

Watford City’s cross country teams got a preview of the competition that will be running at this year’s State Class B Cross County Meet as the Wolves traveled to Valley City on Saturday.

Read more

September 16, 2009

Wolves roll over Killdeer 42-3

Watford City continued its domination of Class A football as the Wolves won their third straight game of the 2009 season on Friday defeating the Killdeer Cowboys 42-3.

Read more

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.

Read more

WATFORD CITY WEATHER