New Town News Sports

University of North Dakota offensive coordinator Paul Rudolph was watching 9-man football in tiny Towner, last fall scouting New Town offensive lineman Elijah Grady.

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There are two winter seasons in North Dakota, the holiday season and the basketball season.

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This year’s rivalry between the New Town Eagles and Parshall Braves volleyball went down to the last game of the last match of the District 15 Tournament in New Town.

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The Parshall Braves Volleyball team was upset by the Alexander Comets in the first round of the District 15 Tournament in New Town, but recovered to eliminate the White Shield Warriors, setting up a third place match on Thursday with the New Town Eagles for a trip to the Regional Tournament in Ray next week.

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October 29, 2015

Near perfection

Last year’s New Town Boys Cross Country team set a school record at the North Dakota State Cross Country meet with a low score of 24, improving on the previous year’s score of 45.

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October 22, 2015

Chairman’s Bowl 2015

For a while it looked like a defensive struggle. But in the end, the 2015 Chairman’s Bowl for the championship of the Fort Berthold Elementary Football League was anything but.

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Athletes from New Town, Parshall and Mandaree competed in the Rugby Boosters Invitational Cross Country Meet at the Rugby Golf Course on Saturday.

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New Town Eagles Head Football Coach Len Abrams is used to working with a short crew this year, especially with the injury loss of quarterback Noah Wollschlager.

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The New Town Eagles and Parshall-White Shield Braves both suffered defeats in road games on Friday.

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The New Town Eagles, the Class B Boys Cross Country state champions for the last three years, laid a strong claim to earning a return to the gold medal podium by beating Class A Bismarck on their own ground at the Anderson-Stavn Meet at McDowell Dam, Bismarck.

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