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Mandaree, Watford advance to Region 8 Tourney

The Mandaree and Watford City girls basketball teams earned their spots in the upcoming Region 8 Tournament as the Warriors took second place falling to the Stanley Blue Jays 50-39 in the District 15 title game while the Wolves knocked off New Town 45-41 in the regional qualifying game on Saturday.

Posted 2/17/10 (Wed)read more »

Wrestling Wolves head to Region 4 action

The Watford City Wrestling Wolves closed out their 2009-10 dual season with wins over New Salem and Stanley in a triangular meet last Friday.

Posted 2/10/10 (Wed)read more »

Watford girls peaking just in time for tournament play

Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team closed out their regular season action in a strong fashion as the Wolves went 3-1 this past week defeating Bowman, Parshall and Beulah before falling to Dickinson Trinity.

Posted 2/10/10 (Wed)read more »

Wolves up season record to 13-2

Watford City’s varsity boys basketball team notched another pair of wins this past week as the Wolves edged the Bowman Bulldogs 44-40 last Tuesday evening before knocking off the Heart River Cougars 49-34.

Posted 2/10/10 (Wed)read more »

Wolves edge New Town in double overtime victory

Watford City’s varsity boys basketball team improved its season record to 11-2 as the Wolves picked up wins over New Town and Trenton.

Posted 2/03/10 (Wed)read more »

Watford girls drop a pair of games

Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team dropped a pair of games this past week falling to Stanley 61-49 and Hazen 68-42 as the Wolves’ season record fell to 3-11.

Posted 2/03/10 (Wed)read more »

Junior Gold goes 3-0 in hockey action

Watford City’s Junior Gold hockey team skated to three wins this past weekend as the Oilers defeated the Williston JV team, Crosby and Fargo.

Posted 2/03/10 (Wed)read more »

Warriors hand Wolves second loss of the season

Mandaree handed Watford City it second loss of the season last Tuesday as the Warriors defeated the Wolves 60-51. With the loss, the Wolves’ season record dropped to 9-2, while Mandaree’s record improved to 11-2 with the win.

Posted 1/27/10 (Wed)read more »

WC girls fall to Divide County

For the fourth straight game, Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team couldn’t finish off their opponent in the fourth quarter.

Posted 1/27/10 (Wed)read more »

Wrestlers fall to Beulah 48-33

With a combined eight forfeits and only one match going into the second period, the dual wrestling match between Watford City and Beulah last Thursday evening was over in less than 20 minutes.

Posted 1/27/10 (Wed)read more »

Wolves post three more wins

The Watford City varsity boys basketball team improved their season record to 9-1 as the Wolves defeated Tioga 52-51, North Shore/Plaza/White Shield 77-37, and Divide County 62-52.

Posted 1/20/10 (Wed)read more »

Wrestling Wolves fall to Williston in dual action

Watford City came up on the short side of the scoring column in varsity wrestling action on Tuesday evening as the Wolves fell to the Williston Coyotes 47-33.

Posted 1/20/10 (Wed)read more »

Watford girls edge Tioga

Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team downed Tioga 41-36 before dropping two close games this past week, falling to Mandaree 49-44 and to Ray 48-47.

Posted 1/20/10 (Wed)read more »

Wolves notch three wins

The Watford City varsity boys basketball team picked up three wins this past week defeating Killdeer, Stanley and Beulah to improve their season record to 6-1.

Posted 1/13/10 (Wed)read more »

Girls pick up key district cage win over New Town

Watford City used a strong fourth quarter to knock off the New Town Eagles 53-51 last Monday evening to pick up a key District 15 win.

Posted 1/13/10 (Wed)read more »

Lund, Haugeberg go undefeated at Hettinger Wrestling Tourney

fter a long Christmas break, Watford City’s varsity wrestling team got back into action this past weekend with the Wolves competing in the Hettinger Tournament.

Posted 1/13/10 (Wed)read more »

Dougherty to be inducted into the NHSACA Hall of Fame

Dave Dougherty, formerly assistant football coach, head wrestling coach and head girls’ track and field coach at Watford City High School has been selected by the North Dakota High School Coaches Association Executive Committee as one of two North Dakota coaches for 2009 induction into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association National Hall of Fame.

Posted 1/06/10 (Wed)read more »

Wolves edge New Town in a key District 15 matchup

The Watford City varsity boys basketball team picked up a key District 15 win last Monday as the Wolves edged the New Town Eagles 58-52.

Posted 12/30/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves fall to Minot Ryan, down Beach in boys cage play

Posted 12/23/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves girls drop two games in varsity girls cage action

Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team dropped a pair of games this week as the Wolves fell to North Shore/Plaza 52-49 last Thursday and to Beach 59-23 on Saturday.

Posted 12/23/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves down Sidney in dual wrestling

Watford City had six pins, including five pins in a row, as the Wolves varsity wrestling team defeated Sidney 45-34 in dual action on Tuesday evening.

Posted 12/23/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves top Ray in season opener

The Watford City Wolves varsity boys basketball team opened its 2009-10 season with a decisive 60-41 win over Ray last Friday evening.

Posted 12/16/09 (Wed)read more »

Wrestlers down New Town, fall to Carrington

Watford City’s varsity wrestling team split in dual action this past week as the Wolves defeated New Town 60-18 on Dec. 8 before falling to Carrington 58-19 on Dec. 12.

Posted 12/16/09 (Wed)read more »

Watford girls take 4th place at Killdeer Roughrider Tournament

Posted 12/16/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves girls looking for more consistent play

After their first three games, Watford City’s varsity girls basketball team, according to Berton Bates, Wolves’ head coach, needs to get a little more consistent in its play and reduce their turnovers.

Posted 12/09/09 (Wed)read more »