Lady Wolves drop two non-region games
Farmer Sports Writer
Minot JV 70
Watford City 64
After five years of being conference rivals in the WDA, the Wolves renewed their rivalry with Minot High last Monday night. Watford City played well and led for much of the game, but Minot’s JV was able to close the game on a 16-8 run.The game was played under Division AA timing and foul rules.
“It was fun but I think we definitely noticed the difference,” said Watford City head coach, Tom Dwyer. “Having an extra two minutes per half without the quarter break made it seem so much longer. One or two of the girls mentioned they felt they got a little more tired than they usually do. I’m happy we didn’t have a mental lapse on a 1-and-1 bonus as that surprised me, but for the most part, it was still a game of basketball.”