All the trials the Center-Stanton girls basketball team faced through the first 19 games of the season paid off during their postseason run at the District 9 Tournament last weekend. However, the run ended one game too short as the 2-20 Wildcats were eliminated Monday night 69-53 at the hands of Standing Rock.
The final week of the regular season is about the worst time for a team to struggle. After Center-Stanton dropped two games last week, coach Jamie Entzi is hoping his crew can turn things around this weekend as they enter the District 9 Tournament in Mandan.
It is a record after all. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers officials in Riverdale announced that Lake Sakakawea was officially frozen over Jan 18. The announcement came about noon. The date edges out the previous record by a mere two days.
The Center-Stanton boys basketball team threw all they could at No. 4 ranked Beulah Friday before shooting themselves in the foot with too many turnovers en route to the 74-39 non-conference loss in Beulah.
Kayanna Two Shields had 30 points, including seven 3-pointers, to help Solen earn a 59-46 victory over the struggling Center-Stanton girls basketball team last week. The game marked serious improvement for the Wildcats before they eventually earned their first district loss.