New Town News Sports

Nolan Hall is the 2013 South Dakota State High School Bull Riding Champion. The South Dakota State High School rodeo was held this June 19-23 in Belle Fourche, S.D. where 607 contestants competed for a birth to the National High School Finals

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The WILDFIRE Basketball Team took the Bronze medal in the 19U girls division at the 2013 Jim Thorpe Native Games in Oklahoma City, Okla., on June 10 - 14th.

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In the girls’ division Symbria Bell competed in 3 events. She turned in a great overall performance in all three events she ran in.

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Williston State College has announced the signing of New Town’s Taylor McGrady to play women’s basketball next season for the Lady Tetons.

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The 37th Annual Mountrail County 4-H Basketball Tournament brought lots of activity to the Stanley High School on Saturday, April 6, as Mountrail, Ward, Williams, McKenzie and Burke County 4-H members, leaders, families and supporters gathered for the event.

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The New Town Lady Eagles outscored every opponent they faced from the floor in the 2013 North Dakota State Class B Girls Basketball Tournament. But that wasn’t enough to overcome a lopsided margin in fouls and free throws that favored their opponents in two of the three games held at the Fargodome last week.

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The Lady Eagles of New Town will make their second consecutive trip to the North Dakota State Class B Girls Basketball Tournament having defeated the Watford City Wolves 69-56 in the Region 8 Tournament held at Williston State College Wednesday.

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Two of the top ranked teams in the state will meet for the Region 8 Girls Basketball Championship on Thursday.

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Gabby and Mia Wilkinson led the New Town Lady Eagles to victory in the District 15 Girls Basketball Championship game.

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The New Town Lady Eagles ended their regular season on a high note Friday with a 69-30 thumping of the Lady Troopers of Garrison on Seniors Night at the Northern Lights Building in New Town.

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