Golf teams head into Regional tourneys
As a result of an extremely late spring, Watford City High School’s varsity golf teams are seeing their season coming to a close.
Wolves split with Trinity Christian
Liebel qualifies for State Golf Tournament
With the boys golf team finally getting on the course, Scott Wisness, boys’ head coach believes that things are finally coming together for the team
Wolves continue to shine on the track
The Watford City varsity track teams competed in three meets this past week with the Wolves winning the boys and girls divisions at the Badlands Conference Meet in Bowman, the Watford City Invitational on Thursday and then competing at the New Salem Invitational on Saturday in Bismarck.
Wolves improve record to 13-0
Watford City High School’s baseball team extended its winning record to 13-0 and 7-0 in region play this past week as the Wolves swept Des Lacs-Burlington by scores of 9-0 and 2-1 before knocking off the Williston JV team 14-3 and 4-2.
Wolves win Sakakawea Country Classic track meet
Another week of cold, wet weather, with a snowstorm thrown in for good measure, has kept the Watford City varsity track teams mostly sidelined. But in the one meet, Hazen’s Sakakawea Country Classic, in which the Wolves were able to compete last Tuesday, both the varsity boys and girls teams ran away with first place finishes.
Wins keep piling up for Wolves
Watford City kept its winning streak intact as the Wolves swept Trinity Christian and New Town in high school baseball action last week.
Boys golf team takes second at Grenora Invite
In their first outing of the season, the Watford City varsity boys golf team took second place at the Grenora Invitational last Tuesday at the Williston Municipal Golf Course.
Girls golf team finally hits the course
The Wolves took to the course for the first time this season as they hosted an invitational tournament.
Wolves pound Wildcats in double-header
Watford City extended its winning streak to three games as the Wolves swept the North Shore-Plaza-Parshall-Berthold Wildcats in high school baseball action.
Wolves track teams off to a fast start
Wolves down DLB in baseball action
Watford City picked up its first baseball win of the season last Thursday as the Wolves pounded Des Lacs-Burlington, 9-0.
Wolves track teams ready to roll
While most area track fields across the state are still drying out after one of the worst winters on record, Watford City High School’s track teams are chomping at the bit for their season to start.
Schmaltz among nation’s best 800 meter runners
At the 2010 NCAA West Preliminary Round Track and Field Meet in Austin, Texas, Watford City’s Christine Schmaltz had a revelation.
A realignment in high school baseball that moves Minot Ryan out of Watford City’s region could make the Wolves’ chances of advancing to State a little bit easier this season.
Golf teams look for a good season
Learning to improvise. That has been the technique that Scott Wisness has had to use this spring to get his boys golf team ready for the spring golf season.
Cartwright’s Jim Roedeske transferred to Colorado’s Otero Junior College with the intention of furthering his steer wrestling career.
Oiler girls on President’s Cup winning team
Four Watford City Oiler hockey players helped bring the President’s Cup to North Dakota for the first time in the 2011 Girls 19U President’s Cup Hockey Tournament, which was held in Rapid City on March 18 through 20.
Trey Jacobson, a senior basketball player at Watford City High School, has earned two prestigious post season awards as he was selected to the State Class B All State second team, as well as being nominated to the McDonald’s All American High School Boys Basketball Team.
Wolves take 8th at State Basketball Tourney
While the Watford City varsity girls basketball team no doubt wishes that they would have played better at the State Class B Girls Basketball Tournament this past week, the Wolves can hold their heads up high that, all in all, they had a heck of a season.
Wolves are State Tournament bound
After rolling over the New Town Eagles, 49-34, in the Region 8 Semifinals, the Watford City girls basketball team punched their ticket to the 2011 State Class B Girls Basketball Tournament on Thursday, defeating the Stanley Blue Jays, 58-42, to claim the Region 8 Championship.
Oilers take second at Bantam B2 State Tournament
The Watford City Oilers Bantam team traveled to Wahpeton last weekend for the North Dakota Amateur Hockey Association B2 State Tournament.
Watford City is just two wins away from advancing to the State Class B Girls Basketball Tournament as the Wolves crushed the Ray Jays 63-36 in opening round action of the Region 8 Tournament on Monday evening.
Oilers take second in State Hockey Tourney
The Watford City Junior Gold hockey team brought home second place honors from the NDAHA State High School Hockey Tournament in Watford City this past weekend.
Wolves claim District 15 Girls Basketball crown
After receiving a bye in the first round of the District 15 Girls Basketball Tournament, Watford City cruised to the championship game by defeating North Shore-Plaza, 51-21.