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The Parshall basketball fans on hand for the Braves and Lady Braves got their money’s worth when the local teams played against some very good teams.

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The ‘palace in Parshall’ was rocking last week in what was one of the most exciting games of the season when the Parshall Braves boys team came back from a 15-point deficit in the second half to defeat the Lewis and Clark Bombers by the score of 61-59.

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The New Town Eagles Boys and Girls Basketball teams traveled to Mandaree Tuesday and came away with a split decision.

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December 13, 2018

Eagles hang on for first win

The New Town Eagles ran up the score in the first quarter and then hung on to pull out a 55-51 victory over the Powers Lake Ranchers in the team’s opening game of the 2018-19 season.

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The District 15 Girls Basketball season has gotten off to a fast start with a dozen games in just the first week. However, area teams are having a tough go of it early on.

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November 29, 2018

Parshall wins season opener

The Parshall Braves topped Westhope-Newberg 58-50 in the opening game of the 2018-19 Girls Basketball Season.

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November 8, 2018

Braves end Eagle’s Season

It was a rebuilding season for the both the New Town Eagles and the Parshall Braves, and in the end the two teams faced each other in the Region Qualifying game of the District 15 Volleyball Tournament in New Town.

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One area team will be going to the Region 8 Volleyball Tournament in Tioga next week. New Town will play Parshall Thursday and the winner will head to regionals.

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Tournament time is fast approaching and both the New Town Eagles and Parshall Braves had their final regular season home games on Tuesday.

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The New Town Eagles Cross Country dynasty continued to roll as the Eagles claimed victory in the West Region as Jaiven Hale, Robert White and Ricardo Chase took first, second and fourth place. Hale is the defending state champion and looks to repeat this year.

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