New Town News Sports

September 24, 2010

Eagle runners shine Down East

New Town continues improving its strength and placement in high school cross country meets this year.

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New Town’s varsity girls had Symbria Bell make the top 20 in a very competitive run finishing in 20th place and third of the Class B runners in the Mandan Kiwanis meet last Saturday.

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In the varsity girls’ division, Symbria Bell finished in 15th place to lead the Eagles’ effort.

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It looks like Alex Baker is picking up where Justin Many Ribs and the Grinnell twins left off.

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A local football team that has struggled to find wins, players and respect in northwestern North Dakota, may have hit the jackpot.

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Cole Driver and Rowdy Haddeland got the opportunity of a lifetime in June when they attended the Bill Self basketball camp at the University of Kansas in Lawrence.

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A local group of six freshman have recently earned the chance to represent North Dakota in the 2010 Great Four-State Championships at the Target Center in Minneapolis later this summer.

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Eric Danks, a high school saddle bronc rider from New Town,

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They’re out there and they’re inching ever closer.

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The Corps of Engineers Omaha district commander, Col. Robert J. Ruch, along with other Corps officials, met with a group of more than 20 individuals this past Thursday at Indian Hills Resort west of Garrison.

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