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Sports news from the New Town ND area.
The state-ranked New Town Eagles boys basketball team continues to roll. The 8th ranked Eagles are 13-1. This past week, the team racked up three more wins, defeating district foes Watford City this past Thursday, 55-50, and Parshall 92-63 this past Saturday. Tuesday night, the Eagles kept flying, taking another district contest, 86-60 – this time the victim was Mandaree.
Posted 2/03/11 (Thu) read more »
Talk about excitement in a small town gymnasium on a cold, winter night. New Town and North Shore sure provided high school basketball fans with plenty of action Jan. 20 before the Eagles pulled away in the second half to secure a 91-69 score.
Posted 1/27/11 (Thu) read more »
New Town remained in third place among all teams in District 15 following a convincing, 62-47 win over Max last Thursday night. The win pushed the Eagles to 5-2 overall and brought the girls to within a half game of second place Stanley. Watford City remains out in front in the district, but just lost its first game of the year on Monday night.
Posted 1/20/11 (Thu) read more »
For the first time in several years, New Town went into its annual, early January invitational wrestling tournament with some optimism that there is strength in numbers. The Eagles didn’t disappoint. New Town finished a strong fourth while wrestling against seven other teams that braved the winter cold to compete against some of the best Class B wrestling competition in northwestern North Dakota.
Posted 1/13/11 (Thu) read more »
New Town pushed its unbeaten record to 9-0 this season in winning the NWC Tournament last weekend in Stanley. The Eagles topped the Kenmare Honkers, 72-63, to claim first place in the 14-team tournament that boasts the best high school basketball talent in the northwest. Trinity Christian took third and Trenton came in fourth.
Posted 1/06/11 (Thu) read more »
New Town joined some elite company Monday when the latest Class B basketball poll was released.
Posted 12/22/10 (Wed) read more »
In four games thus far New Town has left no doubt it means business on the boys basketball floor.
Posted 12/16/10 (Thu) read more »
The one thing Mike Montgomery didn’t want was to see open weight classes when his New Town Eagles wrestled Saturday in the Velva Invitational.
Posted 12/09/10 (Thu) read more »
North Dakota Game and Fish Department water safety coordinator Nancy Boldt advises winter anglers to remain patient because current ice conditions are not safe enough to support much weight.
Posted 12/02/10 (Thu) read more »