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The New Town Eagles placed seventh in the Region III wrestling tournament in Stanley with 58 points. Three New Town wrestlers qualified for the state wrestling tournament in Fargo this weekend with their performance in the tournament.

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A second half rally propelled the New Town Eagles to a 70-58 victory over the Parshall Braves in a key District 15 boys basketball matchup Saturday with less than two weeks to go before the start of tournament play.

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The New Town Lady Eagles cruised to a pair of easy victories this week defeating the Kenmare Honkers 79-23 and the Stanley Blue Jayes 82-31.

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January 24, 2013

Eagles drop two at home

Coach Chuck Hunter saw last week’s game against the Beulah Miners as a chance to see how the team stacks up against top rated talent.

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The Lady Eagles used fast starts to rack up a pair of victories this week, beating the Lady Wolves of Watford City 68-57 and routing the Max Lady Cossacks 86-26.

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The Eagles played a tight game last Thursday, as they played against the Watford City Wolves, winning by one point in overtime in the last minute of the game, 69-68.

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December 6, 2012

Troopers open 1-1

The boys basketball season is off and running. Monday, the Garrison Troopers played their second game of the season, a home opener, against neighboring Drake-Anamoose. The Troop prevailed 58-43.

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The opening round of the Region 8 Volleyball Tournament saw high competition Monday.

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New Town’s Cross Country team’s captured the State Championship October 27th in Dickinson. Seven New Town Boy’s made All State, finishing in the top 20, which broke the school record. Symbria Bell, Lady Eagle, came in second place overall out of the 196 runners that competed.

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The New Town Eagles Boys Cross Country team dominated the West Region Cross Country Meet held in Parshall Oct. 13 placing nine runners in the top 20. The Eagles Girls Team placed sixth with two runners finishing in the top 20.

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