New Town News Sports

The Makoti Mavericks made a nice run in the Section 6 Tournament in Garrison last week.

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With six final games on the schedule last week, the Makoti pitching staff was taxed to the limit. In true Maverick style they came through in the clutch and Makoti ended the regular season on an eight-game winning streak.

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From the first inning to the last Makoti put pressure on Garrison-Max last Thursday and it ended in the Mavericks sweeping their sectional foe 7-3 and 12-2 in American Legion baseball action.

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Cole Driver and Rowdy Haddeland, both of New Town, attended the Bill Self Basketball Camp at Kansas University (KU) in Lawrence, Kan., June 13-17.

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It’s been the weather, and not elevated lake levels, that have taken a toll on early-summer business at bait and tackle shops along the shores of Lake Sakakawea.

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Makoti pitchers gave up seven total walks and Stanley used it to their advantage last Thursday in American Legion baseball.

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With the sun peaking out over the trees and the wind breezing by, the morning couldn’t have gotten much better for oil workers Pete Kazlierczak and his derby partner Dave Johnson sitting on the courtesy dock.

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Starting pitcher Chandler Karna was wild, yet effective in Makoti’s 3-1 win over Crosby last Thursday.

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It was nearly a one-man show for the New Town Eagles at the state track meet last weekend as Alex Baker scored more than half the Eagles points, winning the 800-meter run and taking third in the 1600 and 3200-meter runs.

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New Town’s track teams competed in the Region 7 boys and girls track and field meets in Watford City with three athletes taking first place honors and two athletes finished in second place.

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