Mountrail County Record Sports

December 13, 2018

Braves take season opener

The Parshall Braves Boys Basketball Team were short handed for their first game of the season, but still managed to top the Garrison Troopers 60-35 on the strength of a 39 point second half.

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The District 15 Girls Basketball season has gotten off to a fast start with a dozen games in just the first week. However, area teams are having a tough go of it early on.

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November 8, 2018

Braves end Eagle’s Season

It was a rebuilding season for the both the New Town Eagles and the Parshall Braves, and in the end the two teams faced each other in the Region Qualifying game of the District 15 Volleyball Tournament in New Town.

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One area team will be going to the Region 8 Volleyball Tournament in Tioga next week. New Town will play Parshall Thursday and the winner will head to regionals.

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Tournament time is fast approaching and both the New Town Eagles and Parshall Braves had their final regular season home games on Tuesday.

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With District Tournaments just two weeks away, the Parshall Braves traveled to New Town for a District 15 showdown. The Braves pushed the Eagles to the limit, but in the end it was the Eagles claiming the victory in the five set match, 3-2.

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A Berthold native has been selected to work the Minot Y’s Men’s Rodeo.

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The New Town Eagles Volleyball team picked up a win against a district foe by beating the White Shield Warriors three sets to one.

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September 20, 2018

Braves netters coming together

The Parshall Braves volleyball team is showing progress, but they are not quite there yet. They took early leads in all three sets of their match against the Towner-Granville-Upham Titans, but were still swept 3-0.

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September 13, 2018

Eagles netters defeat Braves

The New Town Eagles traveled down Highway 23 to take on their perennial rivals, the Parshall Braves, and came home with a three set to zero victory.

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