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Monday, October 15th 2018
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Sunday, October 14th 2018
Missed PAT lifts Montana State over Idaho 24-23
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Troy Andersen ran for 159 yards and two touchdowns, the Vandals missed an extra point with 3:07 to play and Montana State beat Idaho 24-23 on Saturday.

The MSU offense was stagnant for most of the first half, going three-and-out on three of its six possessions, but the Bobcats (4-2, 2-1 Big Sky Conference) came to life in the second half, scoring two touchdowns in a three-minute span to take a 21-17 lead.

The Bobcats drove 75 yards in five plays, including a 37-yard pass from Andersen to Lance McCutcheon, setting up a 2-yard TD run by Isaiah Ifanse. MSU then held on downs and Andersen bolted 60 yards for another score.

"He's fast," MSU head coach Jeff Choate said of Andersen, a two-time 100-meter champ in high school. "That's good for us. That was a huge swing in momentum. Probably the most critical moment in the game for us."

Idaho opened with a strong drive for a touchdown and went up 17-7 early in the second half before MSU got on track.

The Vandals (2-4, 1-3) drove for what appeared to be the tying points when David Ungerer scampered in on a broken reverse-pass play from 9 yards. Cade Coffey was wide on the extra point, however, and MSU recovered the ensuing on-side kick.

Idaho's Isaiah Saunders ran for 82 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. Ifanse had 53 yards on 13 carries.

Idaho head coach Paul Petrino, a former star quarterback at Carroll College in Helena, Montana, was coaching in a game in Montana for the first time in 25 years. He last coached in Montana at Carroll with his father, Bob, who died shortly before the season.

Sunday, October 14th 2018
Ketteringham's 5 TDs power North Dakota past Montana, 41-14
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — Nate Ketteringham threw four touchdown passes and ran for a fifth score in the first half as North Dakota blanked Montana through the first three quarters and earned a 41-14 victory in a nonconference battle on Saturday.

The North Dakota victory snaps a four-game win streak by the Grizzlies in the series as the Fighting Hawks won for just the second time in the last seven meetings.

Deion Harris picked off a Dalton Sneed pass on Montana's opening series and returned it 35 yards to set up Ketteringham, who hit Noah Wanzek from 10 yards out on North Dakota's first play from scrimmage.

The Grizzlies (4-3) fumbled the ensuing kickoff after a 26-yard return by Gavin Crow and the Hawks' Tykeise Johnson recovered and five plays later Ketteringham scored from the 1.

Gabe Sulser reeled off a 59-yard run to put Montana on the North Dakota 1, but Colin Bingham fumbled and the Hawks marched 98 yards in nine plays to make it 21-0 when Ketteringham fired 45 yards to Garrett Maag.

Ketteringham finished 17 of 25 for 254 yards and threw two interceptions. James Johannesson ran for 108 yards on 16 carries for North Dakota (4-2), which is a Football Championship Subdivision independent.

Sunday, October 14th 2018
Scottie Volleyball team defeats Harlem
Glasgow def. Harlem 25-16, 25-11, 25-13. Scotties are 8-2 overall, 6-2 in District 2B Play. Glasgow will wrap up regular season next week with contests against Sidney and Glendive at home.
Saturday, October 13th 2018
Friday Night Football Scores
AP-MT-FBH--Prep Scores
Oct 12, 2018 10:54PM (GMT 04:54) - 267 words
By The Associated Press
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Arlee 56, Victor 14

Belgrade 28, Glendive 21

Big Sandy 89, Power-Dutton-Brady 52

Billings Central 49, Lewistown (Fergus) 18

Billings Senior 42, Missoula Hellgate 6

Billings West 34, Missoula Sentinel 28

Bozeman 45, Missoula Big Sky 14

Browning 34, Polson 0

Butte 28, Great Falls 14

Butte Central 54, Stevensville 14

Choteau 58, Chinook 6

Clark Fork 74, Plains 34

Colstrip 21, Big Timber 20

Columbia Falls 40, Whitefish 7

Columbus 38, Whitehall 14

Cut Bank 27, Wolf Point 7

Darby def. Charlo, forfeit

Dillon 39, Corvallis 18

Ekalaka 54, Center-Stanton, N.D. 22

Ennis 22, Twin Bridges 20

Eureka 45, Deer Lodge 12

Fairfield 47, Conrad 0

Fairview 82, Forsyth 12

Flint Creek 68, St. Ignatius 24

Florence 49, Thompson Falls 6

Glasgow 6, Baker 0

Hamilton 62, Frenchtown 42

Havre 27, Livingston 16

Helena 57, Billings Skyview 14

Hot Springs 67, Valley Christian 0

Huntley Project 43, Shepherd 6

Joliet 32, Park City 15

Kalispell Flathead 38, Great Falls Russell 9

Kalispell Glacier 35, Helena Capital 21

Laurel 39, Hardin 0

Libby 54, Ronan 14

Malta 51, Harlem 0

Manhattan 39, Three Forks 6

Miles City 14, Sidney 13

Missoula Loyola 26, Bigfork 21

Mon-Dak 57, Froid/Medicine Lake Coop 6

Roundup 54, Red Lodge 27

Roy-Winifred 42, Bridger 37

Scobey 71, St. Labre 0

Seeley-Swan 66, Troy 24

Shelby 34, Great Falls Central 0

Sheridan 54, Lima 31

Simms 68, Box Elder 28

West Yellowstone 82, Noxon 72

Wibaux 56, Richey-Lambert 16

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Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

Friday, October 12th 2018
Scottie Cross Country Results From Harlem Invitational
Wilson Overby 2nd, 16:56
Ike Braaten 3rd, 17:19
Ellis McKean 4th, 17:41
Merlin McKean 5th, 17:50
Colin Jamba 9th, 18:35
Dameon Erb 10th, 18:44
Carl Zabrocki 11th, 18:57
Colton Pewitt 12th, 19:02
Colter Barnett 17th, 19:48
Ted Tryan 18th, 19:48
Brett Glaser 23rd, 20:25
Blake Lloyd 28th, 20:47
Bergen Miller 29th, 20:48
Trevor Shipp 32nd, 21:14
Tim Wageman 35th, 21:43
Garrett Lloyd 36th, 21:45
Keevan Sibley 37th, 21:45
Jaysen Turner 38th, 21:46
Colter Cumber 39th, 21:48
Tyler Fitzsimmons 44th, 2:45
Trevor Johnson 45th, 23:01
Jordan Billingsley 47th, 24:41
Donny Brabek 55th, 28:57

Iris McKean 3rd, 20:33
Emily Kolstad 5th, 21:50
Ali Cunningham 6th, 22:19
Lauren Padden 7th, 22:26
Alaina Sallee 10th, 23:27
Katie Kaiser 16th, 24:33
Brooke Westby 17th, 24:42
Alexus Nistler 25th, 28:46
Elizabeth Nyquist 28th, 29:56

Friday, October 12th 2018
Coaches Corner now online
Friday, October 12th 2018
Scottie Volleyball team defeats Malta
Glasgow def. Malta 25-22, 25-20, 12-25, 25-17

With the conference win over Malta, the Scotties improve to 5-2 in conference play and 7-2 overall. The Scotties will travel to Harlem on Saturday for their final conference match.

Friday, October 12th 2018
Glasgow defeats Baker 6-0 In High School Football
1Q Half 3Q Final
Glasgow 0 0 0 6
Baker 0 0 0 0
Thursday, October 11th 2018
2018 Monster Dash Set For October 27
The 2018 Monster Dash will be run on Saturday, October 27.

Registration will be from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at the Glasgow Civic Center.
The roughly 1.5 mile race will begin at 10 a.m.

Registration fee is $10 with a non-perishable food item, or $15 without.

Download the registration form here

Wednesday, October 10th 2018
Scottie Football team cracks top 10 in 406mtsports.com high school football poll
406mtsports.com high school football rankings

Through Oct. 6

Class AA

1. Bozeman (7-0)

2. Billings West (6-1)

3. Billings Senior (5-2)

4. Kalispell Flathead (5-2)

5. Helena (5-2)

Class A

1. Hamilton (7-0)

2. Billings Central (7-0)

3. Columbia Falls (5-1)

4. Laurel (6-1)

5. Dillon (5-1)

Class B

1. Bigfork (6-0)

2. Fairfield (6-0)

3. Roundup (6-0)

4. Big Timber (6-0)

5. Missoula Loyola (6-1)

6. Colstrip (6-1)

7. Eureka (5-2)

8. Florence (5-2)

9. Huntley Project (4-2)

10. Glasgow (4-2)

Class C 8-Man

1. Drummond-Philipsburg (7-0)

2. Shelby (6-0)

3. Fairview (7-0)

4. Great Falls Central (7-0)

5. Joliet (7-0)

6. Charlo (6-1)

7. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap (6-1)

8. Circle (6-1)

9. Albertson-Superior (5-2)

10. Culbertson (6-1)

Class C 6-Man

1. Wibaux (6-0)

2. Geraldine-Highwood (6-1)

3. Grass Range-Winnett (8-0)

4. Richey-Lambert (6-1)

5. Hot Spring (7-1)

6. West Yellowstone (6-1)

7. Jordan (5-2)

8. Bridger (7-1)

9. Big Sandy (4-2)

10. Westby-Grenora (5-2)

Sunday, October 7th 2018
Griz upset by Portland State 22-20
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A quartet of takeaways, some clock control and a freshman kicker helped Portland State end its 12-game losing streak in Big Sky Conference football with a 22-20 win over turnover-prone Montana on Saturday.

Cody Williams' 52-yard field goal with 4 seconds left also let Portland State (2-4, 1-2) snap its road losing streak at 10 games. It was Williams' third field goal of the game and his career-long.

It came after a fumble by Montana's Keenan Curran at the Portland 23 with 4:10 left in the game. The Vikings drove to the Grizzlies' 35 — running the ball seven times and also converting a fourth-and-3 pass — before calling their final timeout with 9 seconds left.

Williams then hit the game-winner.

"Anybody who beats the Montana Grizzlies at home, you have to be proud of the group," said fourth-year Portland State coach Bruce Barnum. "I was proud of the defense. Then credit goes to that guy down there for putting it through the sticks."

"Throughout the whole fourth quarter everyone was coming up to me and saying, 'Hey, it might come down to you. Get ready; we know you have it,' " Williams said. "I've been dreaming of that moment for so many years. I'm glad it finally came down to it and I was able to produce for my team."

Montana (4-2, 2-1) had shaken off a rough start to twice take the lead in the second half, only to have the Vikings answer.

"Congrats to those guys from Portland State," said Montana coach Bobby Hauck, who was in line for his school record-tying 85th coaching win. "Bruce did a great job today coaching, their freshman hit a big kick and they answered. We didn't, and that falls squarely on one guy, and that's me."

Portland State struck quickly after recovering a Dalton Sneed fumble on the game's first snap. Alexander Davis' 1-yard scoring run made it 7-0, Vikings, at 11:59 of the first quarter.

Montana continued to stumble, giving up a blocked punt and another Sneed fumble in the first half and losing the ball two more times in the second.

The blocked punt by Houston Barnes set up Williams' first field goal, from 22 yards, at 8:08 of the first quarter. Williams added a 43-yarder after Sneed was stripped again and Portland State's Dallas House made the first of his two recoveries. That made it 13-0 with 10:38 left in the first half.

"As badly as we played the first half, we were lucky we weren't down 28-0," Hauck said. "The defense did a great job of keeping us in it."

The Grizzlies got on the board early in the second half, when Dante Olson forced a Portland State fumble to give Montana the ball at the 26. Adam Eastwood scored on a 12-yard run to cut the gap to 13-7.

Montana took its first lead at 4:08 of the third quarter, when Sneed found Samori Toure with a 41-yard scoring pass, capping a 95-yard drive. Tim Semenza's extra-point kick made it 14-13 Grizzlies.

The Vikings went back in front when House recovered a fumble by Montana's Alijah Lee. Sergio Hoffman had a 3-yard scoring run to make it 19-14 with 12:01 left in the game.

Montana led 20-19 after Eastwood's second TD run, from 3 yards out with 7:46 remaining, and appeared ready to clinch it after recovering a fumble by the Vikings' Darian Green. It was Portland State's third lost fumble.

The Grizzlies, who missed on a two-point conversion attempt after going up 20-19, then turned it back over on a third-and-2.

"I didn't have a good enough game plan put together, offense, defense or kicking," Hauck said. "We didn't execute the game plan that we had very well. I'm not overly happy with myself or our football team right now, because I don't think we played very well."

Olson had 19 tackles and two forced fumbles for the Grizzlies' defense, which was on the field for 39 minutes.

Hoffman ran for 80 yards on 20 carries for the Vikings. Davis threw for 170 yards.

Eastwood finished with 88 yards on 14 carries for Montana, while Sneed, who briefly left the game after staring 1-for-10 passing and losing those fumbles, threw for 122 yards and the one score. He completed 10 of 28 passes, and ran for 37 yards.

THE TAKEAWAY

Portland State: The Vikings (2-4, 1-2 Big Sky Conference) converted four fumbles and a blocked punt into all of their 22 points. Portland State came in having lost 12 straight Big Sky games and 10 straight on the road.

Montana: The Grizzlies (4-2, 2-1) got untracked offensively in the second half but lost two more fumbles and surrendered leads of 14-13 and 20-19. Montana fell to 29-4 in Washington-Grizzly Stadium, which opened in 1986.

UP NEXT

Portland State: The Vikings return to Hillsboro Stadium for another Big Sky game against Northern Colorado on Oct. 13.

Montana: The Grizzlies, ranked No. 14 in the Football Championship Subdivision, take to the road to play North Dakota in a nonconference game Oct. 13.

Sunday, October 7th 2018
Scottie Cross Country Teams compete at Miles City Invitational
Girls Team Scores: Hardin 31, Williston 62, Glasgow 114, Sheridan (WY) 132, Lodge Grass 156, St. Labre 166, Custer Co. 171, Plenty Coups 189, Dawson Co. 196, Poplar 247, Billings Central 279, Sidney 291, NO Scores: Circle, Melstone, Plentywood, Richey/Lambert, Wolf Point, Frazer, Culbertson, Powder River Co.

Iris McKean 10th 20:15.30
Emily Kolstad 19th 21:38.91
Ali Cunningham 26th 22:13.38
Lauren Padden 29th 22:16.91
Alaina Sallee 30th 22:20.09
Brooke Westby 44th 23:26.02
Katie Kaiser 45th 23:33.66

JV Girls
Alexus Nistler 33rd 26:57.53


Boys Team Scores: Hardin 58, Williston 69, Glasgow 93, Custer Co. 133, St. Labre 172, Billings Central 181, Sheridan (WY) 183, Richey/Lambert 183, Dawson Co. 187, Wolf Point 249, Lodge Grass 270, Poplar 277, Sidney 333, NO Score: Lame Deer, Plentywood, Frazer, Culbertson, Plenty Coups

Wilson Overby 4th 16:28.43
Ike Braaten 8th 16:53.66
Ellis McKean 13th 17:00.53
Merlin McKean 26th 17:48.33
Carl Zabrocki 42nd 18:29.64
Colin Jamba 44th 18:33.96
Colton Pewitt 45th 18:35.80

JV Boys
Colter Barnett 24th 18:58.22
Dameon Erb 25th 19:04.90
Ted Tryan 29th 19:15.67
Blake Lloyd 32nd 19:27.05
Bergen Miller 34th 19:30.44
Trevor Johnson 43rd 20:01.01
Brett Glaser 50th 20:21.44
Tim Wageman 51st 20:22.79
Garrett Lloyd 52nd 20:24.36
Keevan Sibley 58th 20:38.69
Trevor Shipp 61st 20:41.62
Colter Cumber 64th 20:57.78
Jaysen Turner 71st 21:30.92
Tyler Fitzsimmons 73rd 21:40.76
Jordan Billingsley 88th 23:08.87
Donny Brabeck 100th 28:10.66

Next at Harlem Invitational on Friday

Sunday, October 7th 2018
Scottie Volleyball Team defeats Poplar
The Scotties swept Poplar in 2-B Volleyball action on Saturday.

25-15, 25-3, 25-19

Sunday, October 7th 2018
Saturday's Prep Football Scoreboard
Prep Football

Centerville 52, Cascade 14

Great Falls Central 46, Chinook 21

Wibaux 49, Ekalaka 6

Big Sandy 66, DGS 31

Circle 76, Lodgegrass 6

Froid-Lake 26, Alexander (ND) 11

Richey-Lambert 69, Bainville 6

Roy-Winifred 49, Reed-Point Rapelje 6

Grass Range-Winnett 2, Fromberg 0 (forfeit)

Victor 44, Plains 34

Sunday, October 7th 2018
Saturday's Prep Volleyball Scoreboard
Prep Volleyball

Havre def. Conrad 25-10, 25-11, 25-13

Miles City def. Livingston 25-10, 25-21, 25-22

Miles City def. Lewistown 32-30, 25-22, 25-18

Glasgow def. Poplar 25-15, 25-3, 25-19

Wolf Point def. Malta 25-13, 25-23, 25-12

Sidney def. Glendive 25-18, 19-25, 25-23, 10-25, 16-14

Conrad def. Rocky 25-6, 25-15, 25-15

Huntley Project def. Red Lodge 25-19, 25-14, 25-6

Manhattan def. Columbus 26-24, 25-20, 25-14

Forsyth def. Shepherd 25-21, 23-25, 21-25, 25-14, 15-7

Gardiner def. West Yellowstone 25-9, 25-9, 25-17

Billings Senior def. Belgrade 25-22, 25-10

Belgrade def. Billings Skyview 25-21, 25-10

Belgrade def. Billings West 21-25, 25-20, 15-11

Belgrade def. Bozeman 25-12, 25-22

Darby def. Lincoln 25-18, 15-25, 25-23, 25-17

Saturday, October 6th 2018
Friday Prep Football Scores
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Arlee 50, St. Ignatius 16

Big Timber 53, Three Forks 12

Bigfork 21, Townsend 14

Billings Central 49, Havre 0

Billings Senior 40, Butte 27

Billings West 14, Helena Capital 10

Bozeman 42, Helena 22

Bridger 90, Valier 51

Broadus 76, St. Labre 0

Charlo 62, Troy 14

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 50, Box Elder 8

Choteau 58, Belt 8

Clark Fork 94, Seeley-Swan 50

Colstrip 34, Red Lodge 13

Columbia Falls 64, Ronan 7

Corvallis 50, Stevensville 0

Deer Lodge 54, Thompson Falls 50

Dillon 18, Frenchtown 14

Ennis 54, Lone Peak 0

Eureka 29, Florence 27

Fairfield 68, Harlem 0

Fairview 62, Plentywood 26

Flint Creek 44, Darby 0

Fort Benton 68, Rocky Boy 18

Geraldine/Highwood 78, Sunburst 43

Glasgow 36, Wolf Point 7

Great Falls Russell 34, Billings Skyview 14

Hamilton 54, Butte Central 21

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 68, Absarokee 40

Hot Springs 52, Heart Butte 7

Jefferson (Boulder) 22, Whitehall 0

Joliet 50, Harlowton 8

Jordan 38, Mon-Dak 32

Kalispell Flathead 56, Missoula Big Sky 31

Kalispell Glacier 42, Great Falls 38

Laurel 14, Sidney 12

Lewistown (Fergus) 43, Belgrade 21

Libby 41, Browning 14

Livingston 36, Hardin 0

Malta 36, Cut Bank 24

Manhattan 34, Columbus 0

Miles City 42, Glendive 14

Missoula Loyola 42, Anaconda 6

Missoula Sentinel 28, Missoula Hellgate 14

Plenty Coups 44, Broadview-Lavina 39

Power-Dutton-Brady 40, Shields Valley 27

Roundup 44, Conrad 15

Savage 71, Mandaree, N.D. 33

Scobey 62, Forsyth 8

Shelby 61, Simms 12

Shepherd 26, Baker 22

Shields Valley def. Custer-Hysham, forfeit

Twin Bridges 54, Park City 20

Valier def. North Star, forfeit

West Yellowstone 52, Sheridan 6

Whitefish 38, Polson 0

Saturday, October 6th 2018
Scottie Volleyball Team defeats Scobey
Glasgow defeats Scobey
25-22, 25-23, 20-25, 12-25, 15-12

Glasgow improved to 5-2 overall on the season.

Friday, October 5th 2018
Results from Capital City 7 on 7 Cross Country Meet
The Glasgow Scottie Girls Cross Country team finished 25th out of 54 schools competing at the Capital City 7 on 7 Cross Country Meet. Iris McKean led the way with a time of 22:10.56.

The Boys finished 22nd overall and 2nd among all Class B schools at the meet. Wilson Overby led the way with a time of 17:02.32.

Full results available here:

https://7of7.racesandfaces.com/2018/index.html

Friday, October 5th 2018
Glasgow beats Wolf Point in HS Football
1Q Half 3Q Final
Wolf Point 0 0 7 7
Glasgow 14 14 22 36
Monday, October 1st 2018
Saturday Morning Sports Show now online
Sunday, September 30th 2018
Results from Glasgow Invitational Cross Country Meet

Place Last Name First Name School Time
3 McKean Iris Glasgow 20:24:00
5 Kolstad Emily Glasgow 21:20:00
6 Cunningham Ali Glasgow 21:38:00
10 Padden Lauren Glasgow 21:58:00
17 Sallee Alaina Glasgow 22:48:00
19 Westby Brooke Glasgow 22:59:00
33 Kaiser Katie Glasgow 24:13:00

Team Scores
Williston 37
Glasgow 41
Dawson Co 112
Custer Co 116
Sidney 156
Malta 173

Place Last Name First Name School Time
11 Nistler Alexus Glasgow 27:39.8
14 Nyquist Elizabeth Glasgow 28:35.1


Place Last Name First Name School Time
2 Overby Wilson Glasgow 16:35:00
3 Braaten Ike Glasgow 16:40:00
6 McKean Ellis Glasgow 17:24:00
9 McKean Merlin Glasgow 17:33:00
15 Jamba Colin Glasgow 18:23:00
20 Zabrocki Carl Glasgow 18:34:00
26 Erb Dameon Glasgow 19:14:00

Team Scores
Glasgow 35
Custer Co 57
Richey/Lambert 89
Dawson Co. 95
Harlem 149
Sidney 172
Wolf Point 173



Place Last Name First Name School Time
1 Pewitt Colton Glasgow 18:37.1
3 Barnett Colter Glasgow 18:52.9
4 Miller Bergen Glasgow 19:28.3
5 Lloyd Blake Glasgow 19:30.5
8 Tryan Ted Glasgow 19:50.4
12 Lloyd Garrett Glasgow 20:12.3
18 Wageman Tim Glasgow 20:47.2
19 Glaser Brett Glasgow 20:47.7
20 Sibley Keevan Glasgow 20:49.4
21 Fitzsimmons Tyler Glasgow 20:52.7
23 Turner Jaysen Glasgow 21:09.7
24 Cumber Colter Glasgow 21:18.6
25 Johnson Trevor Glasgow 21:19.0
37 Shipp Trevor Glasgow 24:01.3
39 Billingsley Jordan Glasgow 24:42.4
45 Brabeck Donny Glasgow 27:38.6



Team Scores
Glasgow 21
Dawson Co. 74
Havre 115

Sunday, September 30th 2018
Griz Defeat Cal Poly
AN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (AP) — Dalton Sneed threw for 285 yards and three touchdowns and Adam Eastwood ran for 132 yards and two more scores as Montana grabbed its second win in Big Sky Conference play, rolling over Cal Poly 48-28 on Saturday night.

Samuel Akem caught five passes for 93 yards and a touchdown and Matthew Rensvold hauled in two for 53 yards and a score as Montana (4-1, 2-0) took a 31-7 lead into the halftime break.

Cal Poly rolled up 412 yard rushing with Joe Protheroe leading the way with 139 yards on 35 carries which resulted in three touchdowns. Drew Hernandez added 135 yards on 14 carries. The Mustangs threw for 100 yards as they failed to get on the scoreboard until Protheroe ran in from the 7 with 10:04 left in the second quarter. The Mustangs (1-4, 0-2) did not score again until the third quarter, trailing 31-14.

Dante Olson and Robby Hauck led the Griz defense as both had a career-high night with Olson having 24 tackles and Hauck 17.

Sunday, September 30th 2018
EWU defeats Bobcats
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Gage Gubrud threw for 311 yards and ran for a touchdown to lead Eastern Washington to a 34-17 win over Montana State on Saturday.

The Eagles (4-1, 2-0 Big Sky) scored on their first two possessions and their defense held the error-plagued Bobcats (3-2, 1-1) to 287 yards.

MSU lost 14 yards inside the 15 on a bad pitch, lost cornerback Tyrel Thomas to a targeting call and had a receiver pass for a touchdown called back on a penalty among its miscues on the day.

(Jay-Tee Tiuli) and (Dylan Ledbetter) created some problems for us," Montana State Jeff Choate said of the Eagles' two defensive tackles.

"We had a hard time getting our tailback going," Choate said. The Bobcats' Isaiah Ifanse had just 31-yards rushing after back-to-back 100-yard outings, however, Troy Andersen had 145 yards passing and 94 rushing, including two TDs, for Montana State.

Sam McPherson ran for 74 yards and two scores for the Eagles, who came into the game ranked fifth in the nation.

"We got beat by a good team but didn't play our best game," Choate added.

TAKEAWAY:

The Eagles continue to improve their playoff hopes after missing the FCS tournament two of the past three years.

Montana State is still in contention for league and playoff honors, but has games against Idaho, at Weber State and at Montana looming.

Sunday, September 30th 2018
Saturday Prep Football Scores
Saturday football scores

Bridger 56, Plenty Coups 7
Broadus 40, Plentywood 6
Conrad 41, Wolf Point 6
Denton-Geyser-Stanford 37, White Sulphur Springs 12
Power-Dutton-Brady 50, North Star 18
Roy-Winifred 62, Fromberg 18
Seeley-Swan 26, Victor 6
Savage 40, Alexander (N.D.) 19
Shelby 50, Centerville 0
Sidney 40, Havre 3
West Yellowstone 84, Lima 7

Saturday, September 29th 2018
High School Football Scores

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Absarokee 58, Harlowton 12

Belt 58, Hays-Lodgepole 22

Big Timber 49, Jefferson (Boulder) 14

Billings Central 52, Belgrade 14

Billings Senior 35, Missoula Big Sky 28, OT

Billings West 42, Butte 6

Bozeman 49, Kalispell Flathead 34

Charlo 66, Clark Fork 58

Chinook 56, Simms 6

Colstrip 36, Shepherd 12

Columbia Falls 70, Browning 14

Darby 74, Troy 16

Dillon 42, Stevensville 15

Ennis 34, Park City 7

Eureka 48, Anaconda 0

Fairfield 42, Malta 6

Fairview 56, Culbertson 14

Flint Creek 36, Arlee 14

Florence 26, Deer Lodge 20

Fort Benton 42, Cascade 12

Frenchtown 14, Butte Central 0

Geraldine/Highwood 50, Valier 14

Glasgow 20, Cut Bank 8

Great Falls Central 42, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 6

Hamilton 41, Corvallis 6

Helena 47, Great Falls 21

Helena Capital 24, Great Falls Russell 8

Hot Springs 76, Sheridan 6

Huntley Project 55, Baker 16

Joliet 52, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 40

Jordan 77, Bainville 24

Laurel 45, Glendive 6

Lewistown (Fergus) 53, Hardin 0

Libby 62, Polson 20

Miles City 38, Livingston 0

Missoula Hellgate 41, Billings Skyview 27

Missoula Loyola 41, Thompson Falls 6

Missoula Sentinel 35, Kalispell Glacier 28

Mon-Dak 42, Ekalaka 22

Noxon 73, Gardiner 60

Reed Point-Rapelje 60, Northern Cheyenne 2

Richey-Lambert 55, Froid/Medicine Lake Coop 12

Roundup 64, Harlem 12

Shields Valley 54, Broadview-Lavina 0

St. Ignatius 44, Plains 40

Three Forks 44, Columbus 40

Townsend 40, Whitehall 8

Valley Christian 1, Lincoln 0

Whitefish 43, Ronan 7

Friday, September 28th 2018
Glasgow Defeats Cut Bank in High School Football 20-8
1Q Half 3Q Final
Glasgow 8 14 20 20
Cut Bank 8 8 8 8
Thursday, September 27th 2018
Frazer Invitational Cross Country Results
High School girls: Glasgow 28, No Score: Richey/Lambert, Culbertson, Harlem, Trenton (ND), Circle, Plentywood, Hays/Lodgepole, Dodson/Whitewater, Frazer

Iris McKean 2nd 20:24
Ali Cunningham 4th 21:22
Emily Kolstad 5th 21:28
Lauren Padden 8th 22:24
Alaina Sallee 9th 22:33
Brooke Westby 11th 22:45
Katie Kaiser 16th 24:25
Elizabeth Nyquist 26th 27:23

Trysta Stingley (Riverton, WY…The late Terry Zeiger’s granddaughter won the meet in 19:29)

High School boys: Glasgow 33, Richey/Lambert 55, Harlem 98, Wolf Point 123, NO Score: Trenton (ND), Culbertson, Hays/Lodgepole, Plentywood, Frazer , Brockton

Wilson Overby 1st 16:21
Ike Braaten 3rd 16:42
Merlin McKean 6th 17:37
Colin Jamba 11th 18:29
Carl Zabrocki 12th 18:32
Dameon Erb 14th 18:42.76
Colter Barnett 16th 19:04
Colton Pewitt 17th 19:12
Ted Tryan 19th 19:29.08
Garrett Lloyd 24th 19:45
Blake Lloyd 27th 19:54
Bergen Miller 28th 20:02
Tim Wageman 31st 20:29
Trevor Shipp 34th 20:35.45
Tyler Fitzsimmons 38th 21:16
Jaysen Turner 39th 21:17
Trevor Johnson 40th 21:18
Keevan Sibley 42nd 21:41
Colter Cumber 44th 21:43.43
Jordan Billingsley 52nd 23:55

Brady Stingley (Riverton, WY…7th in 18:09)

Thursday, September 27th 2018
Frazer Invitational Cross Country Meet Is Today
The Frazer Invitational Cross Country Meet is set for Thursday afternoon, Sept. 27th.

Athletes will walk the course at 3:30; the first races are set for 4:15 p.m.

Monday, September 24th 2018
Sports Broadcasts This Week
Wed, Sept. 26
6:30 p.m. Griz Coach’s Show, KLTZ
7:30 p.m. Bobcat Coach’s Show, KLTZ

Thr, Sept. 27
6:30 p.m. Coach’s Corner, KLTZ

Fri, Sept. 28
High School Football – Cut Bank @ Glasgow, KLTZ
6:50 p.m. Pre-Game
7 p.m. Kick-Off

Saturday, Sept. 29
8 a.m. Saturday Morning Sports Show, KLTZ

College Football – Eastern Washington @ Montana State, KLTZ
Noon Pre-Game
1 p.m. Kick-off
College Football – Montana @ Cal Poly, KLTZ
5 p.m. Kick-off

Saturday, September 22nd 2018
Havre Invitational Cross Country Results
Boys: Fergus County 28, Glasgow 48, Havre 76

Wilson Overby 2nd, 17:27
Ike Braaten 3rd, 17:35
Ellis McKean 7th, 18:25
Merlin McKean 10th, 18:34
Colin Jamba 26th, 19:56
Carl Zabrocki 28th, 20:03
Colton Pewitt 33rd, 20:38

J.V.
Colter Barnett 4th, 20:06
Dameon Erb 7th, 20:39
Bergen Miller 8th, 20:41
Ted Tryan 13th, 21:05
Garrett Lloyd 19th, 21:43
Tim Wageman 21st, 21:57
Trevor Shipp 28th, 22:46
Tyler Fitzsimmons 29th, 23:06
Jaysen Turner 30th, 23:08
Colter Cumber 31st, 23:18
Keevan Sibley 36th, 23:51

Girls: Havre 40, Glasgow 44
Iris McKean 2nd, 21:39
Emily Kolstad 5th, 22:51
Lauren Padden 9th, 23:15
Ali Cunningham 12th, 23:29
Alaina Sallee 16th, 24:16
Brooke Westby 26th, 24:50
Katie Kaiser 29th, 25:15

J.V.
Alexus Nistler 12th, 29:41
Elizabeth Nyquist 14th, 29:58

Saturday, September 22nd 2018
Friday football Scoreboard
AP-MT-FBH--Prep Scores
Sep 21, 2018 10:50PM (GMT 04:50) - 241 words
By The Associated Press
PREP FOOTBALL=

Big Sandy 63, Heart Butte 0

Big Timber 46, Townsend 17

Bigfork 43, Thompson Falls 0

Billings Central 52, Livingston 0

Billings West 44, Billings Skyview 0

Butte 39, Missoula Sentinel 38, OT

Centerville 38, Choteau 32

Circle 52, Broadus 26

Clark Fork 54, Troy 0

Colstrip 41, Huntley Project 26

Columbia Falls 62, Libby 15

Culbertson 46, Plentywood 6

Dillon 41, Butte Central 26

Fairfield 43, Cut Bank 0

Fairview 46, Scobey 14

Flint Creek 68, Plains 0

Florence 56, Anaconda 8

Fort Benton 66, Simms 26

Frenchtown 31, Corvallis 8

Glasgow 20, Conrad 14

Glendive 15, Havre 13

Great Falls 32, Missoula Big Sky 17

Hamilton 48, Stevensville 14

Helena 20, Helena Capital 17

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 52, Park City 14

Joliet 48, Ennis 6

Kalispell Flathead 28, Kalispell Glacier 27

Laurel 29, Belgrade 14

Lewistown (Fergus) 20, Sidney 0

Lone Peak 38, Harlowton 22

Manhattan 25, Jefferson (Boulder) 18

Miles City 50, Hardin 0

Missoula Hellgate 28, Great Falls Russell 20

Missoula Loyola 56, Eureka 12

Noxon 55, Sheridan 14

Red Lodge 41, Baker 0

Ronan 27, Polson 21, 3OT

Roundup 56, Shepherd 0

Roy-Winifred 51, Broadview-Lavina 6

Savage 63, Ekalaka 53

Shelby 58, Cascade 0

Twin Bridges 34, Absarokee 14

Whitefish 37, Browning 6

Whitehall 34, Three Forks 28, 2OT

Wibaux 65, Jordan 19

Wolf Point 40, Harlem 28

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Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

Saturday, September 22nd 2018
Friday Volleyball Scores
Dickinson, North Dakota Tournament
Glasgow def. New England 25-23, 25-18
Linton def. Glasgow 25-20, 25-11
Oak Grove def. Glasgow 25-18, 25-16

Wolf Point def. North Country 25-10, 25-11, 25-11
Plentywood def. Culbertson 25-9, 25-14, 25-12

Friday, September 21st 2018
Coaches Corner Now Online
Friday, September 21st 2018
Glasgow defeats Conrad in HS Football 20-14
1Q Half 3Q Final
Glasgow 0 0 6 20
Conrad 0 0 14 14
Tuesday, September 18th 2018
Northern B Football and 2B Volleyball Standings
District 2B Volleyball--
Wolf Point 3-0, 6-0
Glasgow 3-1, 3-1
Malta 2-2, 3-2
Harlem 0-2, 1-2
Poplar 0-3, 1-4

Northern B Football--
Cut Bank 2-0, 3-1
Malta 2-0, 2-2
Fairfield 1-0, 3-0
Glasgow 1-1, 1-2
Wolf Point 0-1, 0-3
Conrad 0-2, 0-3
Harlem 0-2, -2

Monday, September 17th 2018
Saturday Morning Sports Show Now Online
Sunday, September 16th 2018
Prep Football Scoreboard Saturday
Prep Football

Saturday

Denton-Geyser-Stanford 30, Power-Dutton-Brady 12

Valley Christian 45, Lima 0

Jordan 60, Froid-Lake 28

Wibaux 52, Savage 6

Sunburst 48, North Star 12

Box Elder 62, Hays Lodgepole 38

Sunday, September 16th 2018
Prep Volleyball Scoreboard Saturday
Prep Volleyball

Saturday

Butte Central def. Hamilton 25-18, 25-11, 21-25, 25-21

Scobey def. Bainville 25-19, 25-13, 25-13

Tri Cities def. Winnett Grass Range 25-21, 25-21, 25-14

Missoula Sentinel def. Bozeman 25-23, 25-15, 29-27

Fairfield def. Rocky Boy 25-16, 25-16, 25-3

Wolf Point def. Malta 25-16, 25-14, 25-11

Kalispell Glacier def. Missoula Big Sky 25-13, 25-22, 22-17

Glasgow def. Poplar 25-14, 25-10, 25-13

Lewistown def. Laurel 26-24, 25-21, 26-24

Westby-Grenora def. Richey-Lambert 25-21, 25-12, 25-15

Huntley Project def. Joliet 25-10, 25-15

Baker def. Red Lodge 25-11, 25-16

Shepherd def. Columbus 25-20, 20-25, 15-13

Libby def. Browning 25-16, 25-12, 25-12

Havre def. Conrad 25-22, 25-20, 25-11

Saturday, September 15th 2018
Scottie Cross Country - Culbertson Invitational results
September 15, 2018

HS Girls: Glasgow 16, Sidney 78, Fairview 145, No Score: Poplar, Plentywood, Richey/Lambert, Wolf Point, Culbertson and Frazer

Iris McKean 2nd 20:20
Emily Kolstad 3rd 21:28
Ali Cunningham 4th 21:34
Lauren Padden 5th 22:19
Alaina Sallee 6th 22:23
Brooke Westby 14th 23:33
Katie Kaiser 21st 25:39
Alexus Nistler 29th 27:58
Elizabeth Nyquist 33rd 30:32

HS Boys: Glasgow 32, Richey/Lambert 65, Poplar 111, Wolf Point 121, Sidney 122, Plentywood 280, No Score: Brockton, Culbertson, Williston Trinity, Trenton, Fairview

Ike Braaten 3rd 16:26
Wilson Overby 4th 16:28
Ellis McKean 5th 16:34
Merlin McKean 8th 17:08
Carl Zabrocki 12th 18:48
Colin Jamba 15th 18:54
Colton Pewitt 18th 19:02
Bergen Miller 27th 19:40
Ted Tryan 32nd 19:52
Blake Lloyd 34th 20:00
Garrett Lloyd 35th 20:02
Colter Barnett 40th 20:34
Tim Wageman 41st 20:34
Trevor Johnson 42nd 20:35
Tyler Fitzsimmons 50th 21:30
Keevan Sibley 56th 22:02
Colter Cumber 59th 22:37
Jaysen Turner 60th 22:57

Next at Havre Invitational on September 22nd
Saturday, September 15th 2018
Friday's Scores
Friday's Scores
AP-MT-FBH--Prep Scores
Sep 14, 2018 11:35PM (GMT 05:35) - 276 words
By The Associated Press
PREP FOOTBALL=

Arlee 54, Plains 24

Baker 8, Wolf Point 0

Belgrade 10, Havre 0

Big Timber 39, Whitehall 14

Bigfork 37, Eureka 0

Billings Central 43, Hardin 8

Billings Senior 35, Great Falls Russell 14

Billings West 28, Great Falls 19

Bonners Ferry, Idaho 33, Thompson Falls 12

Bozeman 48, Butte 16

Butte Central 35, Libby 21

Centerville 37, Chinook 28

Charlo 60, St. Ignatius 26

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 68, Belt 20

Clark Fork 82, Darby 50

Columbia Falls 55, Stevensville 14

Columbus 14, Jefferson (Boulder) 10

Culbertson 56, Lodge Grass 6

Cut Bank 38, Harlem 0

Dillon 35, Ronan 0

Ennis 48, Absarokee 8

Fairfield 43, Glasgow 0

Fairview 68, Broadus 26

Flint Creek 82, Seeley-Swan 0

Florence 30, Shepherd 14

Frenchtown 56, Browning 26

Geraldine/Highwood 56, Big Sandy 42

Grass Range-Winnett 54, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Great Falls Central 39, Choteau 12

Hamilton 48, Polson 12

Helena Capital 49, Billings Skyview 15

Hot Springs 64, Noxon 36

Huntley Project 48, Anaconda 6

Joliet 46, Twin Bridges 6

Kalispell Flathead 34, Missoula Sentinel 31

Kalispell Glacier 48, Helena 14

Laurel 38, Livingston 6

Lewistown (Fergus) 8, Miles City 0

Malta 30, Conrad 6

Manhattan 26, Townsend 21

Missoula Big Sky 35, Missoula Hellgate 27

Missoula Loyola 47, Deer Lodge 14

Park City 48, Harlowton 22

Plentywood 48, Forsyth 6

Richey-Lambert 52, Mon-Dak 45

Roundup 34, Colstrip 18

Shelby 23, Fort Benton 14

Sheridan 60, Heart Butte 25

Sidney 20, Glendive 16, OT

Three Forks 34, Red Lodge 28

Valier def. Augusta, forfeit

Whitefish 27, Corvallis 20

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Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

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