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The New Town Eagles had little trouble with the Trojans of Turtle Lake-McClusky-Mercer in action at the Northern Lights Community Center on Friday, Jan. 10, winning 60-34 and raising their record to 8-0.

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The Lewis & Clark Makoti-Plaza Wildcats boys basketball team is smiling as it heads into the Christmas break. Why not? They have every reason to.

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The New Town Eagles boys basketball team enters the holiday break with two lopsided victories to its credit. The Eagles defeated the White Shield Warriors 87-48 on Thursday and whipped the Stanley Blue Jays 81-38 on Friday.

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December 18, 2013

Lady Eagles off to 2-1 start

In their first three games of the season, the New Town Lady Eagles had a relatively east time with Westhope-Newburg and Max, but ran into a buzzsaw against the top ranked Lady Lions of Bishop Ryan.

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November 21, 2013

Wilkinson to play for U-Mary

Gabrielle Wilkinson signed a letter of intent on Thursday, November 14 to play basketball at the University of Mary for the next school year.

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November 14, 2013

Small runners take big step

New Town High School doesn’t have a monopoly on champion runners in North Dakota. Wednesday, Nov. 6, the Edwin Loe Elementary Cross Country Team had its chance to shine as they picked up their awards for the recently concluded season.

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The New Town Eagles boys cross country team is once again North Dakota’s best. Symbria Bell also showed that she is one of the best by earning All State honors for the sixth year in a a row and being named girls Senior Athlete of the Year.

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The MHA Nation Fitness and Recreation’s 5th and 6th grade volleyball and football leagues wrapped up their regular season in New Town on Saturday.

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October 10, 2013

Eagles thrive at Rugby meet

New Town Eagles Runners performed well at the cross country meet in Rugby on Saturday, October 5 with the boys team winning their event and Symbria Bell placing third in the girls division.

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