Five Parshall Braves and 11 New Town Eagles have qualified for the North Dakota Class B Track and Field Meet to be held at the Community Bowl in Bismarck on May 22-23.
Posted 5/20/15 (Wed) read more »
In a see-saw battle where both teams had double digit leads, the Parshall Braves had the last run that propelled them past a tough New Town Eagles team to punch their ticket to the North Dakota State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament.
Posted 3/19/15 (Thu) read more »
The Parshall Braves whipped the Watford City Wolves 75-66 and the New Town Eagles triumphed in the Battle of the Birds over the Kenmare Honkers 64-59 to set up a rematch of the District 15 Championship that the Braves won in New Town on Feb. 26.
Posted 3/12/15 (Thu) read more »
In the long storied history of the Parshall High School athletic programs, no girls basketball team has ever won the Region 8 Girls Basketball Tournament.
Posted 3/05/15 (Thu) read more »
The Parshall Braves will compete in their third Region 8 Girls Basketball Tournament final in the last three years against the Watford City Wolves at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Posted 2/26/15 (Thu) read more »
There will be many familiar faces on the floor of the Northern Lights Building in New Town on Monday. Both the Parshall Lady Braves and New Town Lady Eagles qualified for the tournament in the District 15 Basketball Tournament last week in Williston.
Posted 2/19/15 (Thu) read more »
The Parshall Braves Girls Basketball Team gave a valiant effort against the number one ranked Bishop Ryan Lions in Parshall on Saturday, but were outclassed with their top scoring threat Cheyenne Packineau on the bench with a knee injury.
Posted 2/12/15 (Thu) read more »
The New Town boys basketball team came into Parshall Saturday on a roll, with an 11-2 record and fresh off a 70-42 demolition of their perennial district foe, Watford City.
Posted 2/05/15 (Thu) read more »
The Parshall Braves are in the middle of the meat of their season, taking on some of the toughest teams in North Dakota Class B Girls Basketball.
Posted 1/29/15 (Thu) read more »