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WOTANIN WOW API December arf 7 Lady Warriors open season with 4 wins, 1 loss By Sarni Lynn Drum For the Wotanin The Brockton Lady Warriors' first game was against the Bainville bulldogs In the first quarter, it was the Lad) Warriors, 1-6 Arianna Black Dog had four. and Alex Fire - moon pitched in two points In the second quarter. the Lady Warriors ruled again 14-2 Firemoon had eight. Black Dog with four, and teammate Waverly Bear with two points In the third quarter, the Lady Warriors didn't let up. 14-0. Firemoon had four. Black Dog with six. Bear and April Brown chipped in two points apiece The fourth quarter. the Lady Warriors scored 12. compared to the Bull- dogs' zero. The final score 46-3. Lead scorer for the Lady Warriors was Alex Fire - moon with 20, and lead scorer for the Bulldogs was Somer Reidle with two points. In their second game. the Lady Warriors was against the other War- roirs of Fairview. The first quarter was Brockton, 8-4 Alex Firemoon ad four, while teammates Arianna Black Dog and April Brown chipped in two buckets apiece. At half-time, the score was 24-10. Brockton was ahead of Fairview. Black Dog had six, teammates Waverly Bear and Zandi Brown chipped in four points each, while Fire - moon tossed in two points. In the third quarter. Brockton was only able to put up four. Bear was the lone scorer. Fourth quarter. the Brockton Warriors ran past Fairview, outscoring them 22-2 The final score was 50-16. Black Dog led the quarter with 12, Firemoon pitched in four. and Bear. April Brown and Zandi Brown tossed in two buckets apiece. High scorer for Fairview was Abby with 12. The Lady Warriors third game was at the Cow Palace in Culbert- son High School. In the first quarter, the Cowgirls showed the Lady Warriors no mercy, 14-0. The second quarter was pretty much the same way. and at the end of the first half 24-11. In the third quarter. the Lady Warriors were only. ble to score two, com- pared to the Cowgirls' eight. , Lone scorer was Mariah Burshia with two. The fourth quarter, the Lady Warriors weren't able to put anything in the basket. The Cowgirls won the game with the final score of 47-2. High scorer for the Cowgirls was Hallie with 12 points. The Lady Warriors' fourth game was at Bain - vide. In the first quarter, the Lfdy Warriors outscored the Bulldogs 16-4 Waverly Bear led the quarter with six. while April and Zandi Brown pitched in four apiece. and Courtney Renz tossed in two points In the second quarter. the Lady Warriors out- scored the Bulldogs 6-0. At half-time. the score was 22-4. Bear, April Brown, and Mariah Bur- shia all put up two points apiece. In the third quarter. the Lady Warriors scored eight, compared to the Bulldogs' four points. Bear and Brown were the lone scorers with four points apiece. In the fourth quarter. the Lady Warriors out- scored the Bulldogs 12- 7, with the final score 42-15 Bear led the way with eight. while team mate April Brown tossed in four points High scorer for Bainv ilk was Carly with 11 points In their fifth game. the Lady Warriors battled the Richey Royals on the Warrior's home court In the first quarter. the Lady Warriors took the early lead 10-2 Mashann Rattling Thun- der led the quarter with eight and Waverly Bear pitched in two points. In the second quarter, the Lady Warriors were outscored by one, 4-5 The score at the end of the first half, 14-7 Mariah Burshia was the lone scorer with all four points In the third quarter. the Royals outscored the Lady Warriors 8-5. April Brown had four and Rat- tling Thunder made a freethrov. In the fourth quarter. the Lady Warriors man- aged to stay on top, out- scoring the Royals. 8-2. The score at the final buzzer. 27-17 Zandi Brown and Rattling Thunder had lour points apiece. High scorer for Bainville was Mykala Serrer with 10 points. The Lady Warriors sixth game was at the Li- ons den. In the first quarter. the Lady Warriors outscored the Lions 16-8. Arianna Black Dog had eight. Waverly Bear had six. and Zandi Brown tossed in a bucket. In the second quarter. the Lady Warriors didn't let up and outscored the Lions 13-2. Black Dog led the way with five. while Bear, Brown. Rat- tling Thunder and Mariah Burshia tossed in two points apiece. In the third quarter, the Lady Warriors kept the pace and outscored the lions 18-2. April Brown had six. Black Dog and Rattling Thunder put up four points. Bear and Zandi Brown chipped in a bucket. In the third quarter. the Lady Warriors showed the Lions how to keep the lead, outscoring the Lions 23-0. The final score at the buzzer rang 70-12. Bear led the quarter with 12, Black Dog behind her with five. Zandi Brown with four, and April Brown pitched in a bucket. High scorer for the Li- ons was Jessica Williams with eight points. In their seventh game. the Lad) Warriors found themselves going up against the Bulldogs. In the first quarter. the Lady Warriors jumped to an early lead. 9-6. Black Dog led the quarter with five and teammate Waverly Bear had four points. In the second quarter. the Bulldogs outscored the warriors. 11-5. Bear, Black Dog each scored two buckets, and Zandi .nicket. In the third quarter. the Lady Warriors outscored the Bulldogs. 15-8. April Brown had seven to lead the quarter. Bear with four. Black Dog and Ka- trina Bird with a bucket apiece. In the fourth quarter, the Lady Warriors ous- cored the Bulldogs, 6-4. and the final score, 25- 12. April Brown had four and Bear had a bucket. High scorer for Bainville ws Carly with six points. Brown had a free throw. In the third quarter. the Lady Warriors were only able to score two, com- pared to Bainville's seven. Lone scorer was Black Dog. In the fourth quarter. both teams managed to score 14 points, but it wasn't enough for the Lady Warriors The final score 27-35. Black Dog had five, April Brown, Bear. and Mariah But shut had a bucket apiece High scorer for Bainville was Liza Harmon with 24 points In their last game. the Lady Warriors were go- ing up against Bain- ville's B squad In the first quarter. the Lady Warriors showed the Bulldogs. they weren't going to get beat again and outscored them, 12-4 Waverly Hear led the quarter with six. Arianna Black Dog with four and Zandi Brown with a bucket In the second quarter, the Lady Warriors out- scored the Bulldogs. 10- 4 Laney Boadle led the quarter with four. Bear. Black Dog. and April Brown each had a Laney Boadle waiting for the result of the shot. Hustling for the rebound Lady Wolves 1-1 at Forsyth Invite By George Blount III For the Wotanin The Lady Wolves came away with a week- end split at the Forsyth Invite (Dec. 1st -2nd). In their season opener the Lady Wolves jumped out to an early lead and never looked back as they trounced Forsyth 56-22 Wolf Point led af- ter one quarter 13-4. The Lady Wolves coitinued to roll in the 2nd hitting for 13 more while hold- ing Forsyth to 9 pts to go up 26-13 at the half. The momentum continued for the Lady %/Ayes as they caught fire in the 3rd quarter out scoring Forsyth 17-3 to take a commanding 43-16 after three quarters o\ play.. In the final period Wolf Point out scored Forsyth 13-6 to coast to a 56-22 win. Ten Lady Ws Ives hit the scoring colt/rut led by Rachel Ryan with 13 pts. Dionne Zoatni fol- lowed with 9 pts Ashlee Nelson. Loni Molts. and Alex Courtney Netted 6 pts. each Danielle Caster - line hit for 8 ph Katie Presser 3 pts Ester Rogers & Tressa Welch 2 pts. each. Shayna Ruffing added a free throw. Forsyth was led by Katie Weldom with 10 pts. Megan Sarient & Emily Quinion 3 pts. each Adrcad Ingle 2 pts.. The fol!owin. night Billings Senior I V slipped by the fired up Lady Wolves 43-40. B.S.J.V. led after one quarter 8-7. In the 2nd quarter B.S.J.V. edged the lady wolves 12-8 to hold a 20-15 half time lead. In the third B.S.J.V. again hit for 12 pts. while Wolf Point tallied 7 pts. As B.S.J.V. increased their lead to ten 32-22 after three. The Lady Wolves rallied in the fouith quarter out scor- ing B.S.J.V. 18-11 to cut into lead, but fell just short 43-40. The Wolves were paced by the lone Junior Tressa Welch and Rachel Ryan with 12 pls. each Daniell Casterline and Alex Courtney followed with 6 pts. apiece Ashlee Nelson and Dionne Zo- anni hit for 2 pts. each to round off the balance scoring attack B.S.J.V. was led by L. Kuntz with 8 pts. C .Stroebe & B. Struss netted 6 pts. each H. Roberts 5 pts. S. Mutch 4 pts. Wolf Point - 13 13 17 13 56 Forsyth 4 9 3 6 22 Senior - 8 12 12 11 43 Wolf Point - 7 8 7 18 ao Poplar boy's take part in Forsyth basketball tourney FORSYTH- The Pop- lar Indian's Boys var- sity basketball squad dropped two early season games at the Forsyth Basketball tourney last weekend On Friday. the In- dians opened the 2(K)7-08 season versus Billings West's Junior Varsity squad. The Indians played the West squad closely for the entire game except for a Nor third pe- riod of play which Lost the young In- dian's squad the con- test. Poplar started the game well playing the bigger West squad closely only trailing 13-17 at the end of the first quarter In the second period. the Indians tallied 17 points while West countered with 18 points. The score at the halftime intermis- sion was 35-30 with the Indians well within striking distance. In the third quar- ter. the Indians cold shooting and some costly turnovers cost the Indians as they were outscored 18-8 with West taking a 53- 38 lead into the final stanza. Poplar was unable to make up any ground on the West Bears as the score in the final period was 16-15 in favor of the Billings team. In the end. Poplar dropped a 69-53 non -contest game. Leading the way on offense for the In- dians was guard Jay Whitehead with 27 points. Also scoring for Poplar Lane Mo- ran 20, Austin Spotted Bird 5, and Anthony Brown I The next day. Poplar faced off with Class B Forsyth. A poor start in the first quarter proved costly for the Indians as the Dogies used a 22-11 first quarter scoring spree to steal the mo- mentum on their home floor. In the second quarter. Poplar rallied finally finding a rhythm offensively as they put 25 points on the scoreboard led by the inside outside duo of guard Jay White- head and post player Lane Moran who fin- ished the contest with 32 and 15 points re- spectively. In the second half, Poplar played the Do- gies squad tight but was unable to dig themselves out of the early deficit. The Dogies won the game by a final score of 79- 64. Scoring for Pop- lar: Moran 32. White- head IS. Channing Kim 5, Carter Long - (Tourney. Page 8) Lady Porcupines upends Bearcubs By George Blount III For the Wotenin In their season opener the Lady Bear Cubs traveled to next door neighbor Nashua to tangle with the Lady Porcupines, only to fall 62-43. Nashua led after one quarter 21-17. and extended their lead 36- 26 at the half. The Lady' Porcupines continued to roll in the 3rd quarter out scoring Frazer 13-6 to go up 49-32. Frazer's Donell Smoker and Brit- tany Even each picked up their 4th foul late in the 2nd quarter to limit their playing time in the 2nd half. Nashua out- scored Frazer 13-9 in the final stanza as the Lady Porcupines cruised to a 62-43 win. Nashua was led by Alysha Cherney with 14, Marisa Broaten tallied 13 pts. Rachel McMurry and Teal Han- sard dropped in 10 pts. each Kassidi Sibley net- ted 9 pts Breanna Bessette added 6 pts The Lady BearCubs were led by Sierra Even and Donell Smoker who combined for 32 pts. 16 pts each Brittany Even followed with 10 pts. Ni- colette Fourstar added a Free Throw. The Lady Cubs will match -up with Rocky Boy at the MSU-Northern Classic in Havre this Friday Dec. 7th at 12:45 in the Northern Classic MSU-Northern. The Varsity Boy's will match up with 9-C favorite Rocky -Boy Friday eve- ning at 5:00 p.m. The Lady Bear Cubs will tip off at 12:45 p.m. Quarter Scores Frazer - 17 9 6 9 - 43 Nashua 21 15 13 13 - 62 Nashua spoils Lady Bearcubs opener By George Blount III For the Wotanin Nashua: The Nashua Porcupines spoiled Frazer's season opener as they led from start to finish to trip up the Cubs 60-44. The Porkies jumped out to an early 17-6 first quarter lead and never looked back, continuing to extend their lead in to double digits in the remaining 3 quarters. The Porkies started to gain momen- tum in the 2nd quarter. to lead at the half 34-15. Nashua nipped the Cubs in the 3rd 14-13 to maintain a double digit lead 48-28. The Cubs rallied in the 4th quarter out scoring the Porkies 16-12 but fell a little short. Frazer was led by Senior Center Emrnitt Jackson with 17 pts. Jr. Iaylan Blount followed with 13 Ns. Lincoln Blount and Layne Wil- liams added 6 pts. each. Justin White chipped in 2 more. The Porcupines were paced by Tyson Lauckner and Jacob NcMurry with 13 pts. each Wes Sibley dropped in I 1 pts. Kevin Tweten added 8 pts. Styles Fisher and Anthony Bengoched netted 5 pts. a piece Brandon hansard 3, Willy Lauchner 2 The Cubs only had one game this weekend but will travel to Havre to participate in the Northern Classic 9MS t 1 ---Northern0 they will match up with 9-C favorite Rocky -Boy Fri- day afternoon. the Lady BearCubs will tip off at 12:45 with the varsity Boys taking the court . 5:00 p.m. Frazer • 6 9 13 16 - 44 Nashua- 17 17 14 12 60