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After upsetting the favored New Town Eagles in the semifinals of the Region 8 Girls Basketball Tournament in Williston, the Parshall Braves were hopeful coming into the championship game against   the Watford City Wolves. They couldn’t break through the Wolve’s defense or hit their free throws and fell 61-36.

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It was Senior Night as the New Town Eagles took the floor for their season finale against the ninth ranked Beulah Miners (16-3) in New Town Saturday but two seniors weren’t able to suit up because they were academically ineligible.

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The National High School Athletic Coaches Association has announced the advancement of Brian Anderson from New Town High School as a finalist for the National High School Athletic Coaches Association national coach of the year in the sport of Boys Cross Country.

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February 2, 2017

1,000 career points

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January 25, 2017

New Town splits two

The New Town Eagles boys basketball team split against two Region 8 foes this week, dropping a hard fought 89-76 loss to the Stanley Blue Jays and coming back to blow away the Trenton Tigers 94-51.

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The Storm and Lady Storm of Nueta, Hidatsa and Sahnish College returned to their home court at the Northern Lights Building in New Town Monday and the men came away with a victory.

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Shorthanded because of some NDHSAA suspensions, both the New Town Eagles boys and girls basketball teams came up short against key District 15 opponents.

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The New Town Eagles boys basketball team are 4-0 in the first week of the season and have already hit the century scoring mark twice.

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December 15, 2016

Lady Eagles off to hot start

The New Town Eagles girls basketball team has faced some stiff competition in the first week of its season and has come away with a 2-1 record.

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The wins have been scarce for the New Town Eagles wrestling team in its first two meets, but Head Coach Andy Hagen says the young team is gaining experience and is improving quickly.

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