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If you have a weak heart, you may want to consult your physician before watching the New Town Eagles boys basketball team this year.

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December 11, 2014

Lady Eagles start year 2-2

It has been an up and down beginning for the New Town Eagles girls basketball team in the first week of their 2014-15 campaign. They reeled off two quick wins over Ray and Bottineau but dropped their next two games to Bishop Ryan and Dickinson Trinity.

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A trio of boxers who call Mandaree home will be battling in the undercard of a professional boxing match at the Fargo Civic Center on Dec. 13.

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The Fort Berthold Community College Lady Storm might have enjoyed some home cooking, but the injury plagued women’s basketball team wasn’t cooking on the floor as they fell to the Bismarck State College Lady Mystics by a score of 93-57 at the New Town High School Gymnasium on Nov. 19.

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November 13, 2014

Lady Eagles lend a hand

It’s not unusual to see a sports team hanging out away from the court. It’s a little more unusual to see them hanging out in yellow vests picking up trash.

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The New Town Eagles are hoping that the third time will be the charm when they go up against the Parshall Braves in the region qualifying game in the District 15 Volleyball Tournament on Thursday.

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October 30, 2014

Another State Championship

New Town High School Cross Country Coach Brian Anderson knew it was going to be tough for his team to top their performance in last year’s North Dakota Class B Cross Country Championship.

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The New Town Eagles and Parshall Braves both fell in Class B Volleyball action this week as the season starts to draw to a close.

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New Town and Parshall runners are ready to go for the North Dakota Cross Country Meeting in Bismarck on October 25.

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For a while there, it looked like the team with the ball last would win Friday night’s game between the New Town Eagles and the Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke County Honkers.

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