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The first double-header of the year also happened to be the first district action for both of the teams out of Wilton-Wing when the teams played a night of basketball in Garrison against the Troopers on Thursday.

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After earning a record extending 13th trip to the state tournament last year, the Washburn Cardinals Girls Basketball team stepped onto the court this season with only a handful of returning players and significantly younger and less experienced underclassmen backing them up.

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Coming off a season that was one game away from the state tournament, the Washburn boys basketball team has a large portion of its core still intact to make another run this year.

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Five hunters came out to enjoy the outdoors and test their luck against deer when Lake Sakakawea State Park recently hosted its 10th annual wheelchair hunt for disabled hunters.

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The second round of tournaments in the post-season ratchets up the consequences for teams that don’t play up to their potential.

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As a team, they didn’t have to even show up in order to advance to the regional tournament; but not only did they show up, the Washburn Cardinal volleyball team put on a performance worthy of winning the district championship.

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One final show in front of the home crowd for the Wilton-Wing Miners last week with the region powerhouse New Salem Holsteins coming to Wilton for the final game before post-season action begins.

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After a long season, the Southern McLean Roughrider cross country team made the trek to Fargo for the state meet and a strong finish to their 2011 season.

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The first year of the Southern McLean Roughrider co-op came to a close on Friday and it seems like the team adopted the phrase “go out with a bang” because they went all out against the opponent, the Standing Rock Warriors.

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Although their peers are playing on the same football team these days, both the Washburn and Wilton-Wing volleyball teams still face each other from opposite sides of the court.

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