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Glendive Swim Results
Tuesday, June 30th 2015
Glasgow was 4th as a team with 25 swimmers, and 10 relays at the Glendive Swim Meet last weekend.

Results

Reds Win Dickinson Tournament
Tuesday, June 30th 2015
The Glasgow Reds won the Dickinson Roughrider Tournament over the weekend. Scores:
Glasgow 7, Lewistown 0
Dickinson 15, Glasgow
Glasgow 12, Regina Angels 5
John Hahn Memorial Mens Softball Tournament Is This Weekend
Tuesday, June 30th 2015
The 47th Annual John Hahn Memorial Mens Softball Tournament will be held this weekend in Fort Peck. Games start on Friday night at 6:00 p.m. on John Hahn Field and will run through Sunday evening. The 12-team field is FULL. Official bracket will be released on Thursday. Here are the teams entered:

--Border Plains Equipment (Wolf Point)
--Mechanical Systems (Wolf Point)
--The Coach (Culbertson)
--Team Shock Top
--Irving Law
--Team Beaver (Billings)
--Bucks Bar (Billings)
--ADC Foundation
--F'N' Classy Devils (Sidney/Williston)
--Victorious Secret
--Reynolds/Old Mil Light
--The Ranger Lounge (Sidney)

Glasgow Reds Baseball
Friday, June 26th 2015
Glasgow 4, Spearfish 2
Kasey Seyfert pitched over 6 innings for the Reds, and Jason Thibault and Jake Kolstad each had 2 hits as Glasgow defeated Spearfish.

We won't be able to bring you the Glasgow - Dickinson American Legion Baseball game on Saturday night, but KDIX in Dickinson, North Dakota, will be streaming the game.

Game time is 7 p.m.

KDIX

Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Thursday, June 25th 2015
Congratulations to Wayne Shipp, the Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week. Wayne not only won his age group in the 10K run on Saturday morning, he also placed fifth in the 10 mile bike ride too!
GRD Co-ed Softball
Thursday, June 25th 2015
GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

6:00PM: Wolf Point McDonalds def. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty 24 – 7
Reynolds/Old Mil Light def. Uncle Milts Body Shop 24 – 7
Newton Motor Wanna Bees def. Thompson & Sons 18 – 10

7:30PM: Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty def. Newton Motor Wanna Bees 20 – 19
Wolf Point McDonalds def. Reynolds/Old Mil Light 18 – 17
Uncle Milts Body Shop def. Thompson & Sons 15 – 13

Season Standings
Reynolds/Old Mil Light 7-1
Wolf Point McDonalds 6-2
Newton Motor Wanna Bees 5-3
Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty 3-5
Uncle Milts Body Shop 2-6
Thompson & Sons 1-7

Games Next Week:

Wednesday, July 1st 2015

6:00PM Field 1: Reynolds/Old Mil Light vs. Thompson & Sons
Field 2: Newton Motor Wannabees vs. Wolf Point McDonalds
Field 3: Uncle Milts Body Shop vs. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty

7:30PM Field 1: Thompson & Sons vs. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty
Field 2: Reynolds/Old Mil Light vs. Newton Motor Wanna Bees
Field 3: Uncle Milts Body Shop vs. Wolf Point McDonalds


Cal Ripken Baseball All-Star Teams Announced
Wednesday, June 24th 2015
12U All Star Team
Coached by Mike Terri Nieskens and Ryan Fast
Dylan Nieskens
Loden Idler
Vinny Chappel
Cooper Larsen
Rance Rhoads
Davyn Myrick
Kyle Stahl
Colton Fast
Dawson Boland
Ty Kittleson
Keigen Skolrud

10U All Star Team
Coached by Seth Ingram and Joel Smith
Riley Smith
Keigen Ingram
Mo Fast
Aiden Hoerster
Trevor Dulaney
KJ Ingram
Jordan Plummer
Nate Hentages
Kevan Viste
Eli Feezell
Carter Hoerster

Glasgow Swim Team Results
Tuesday, June 23rd 2015
The Glasgow Kiwanis Thunder swim team finished second at their home meet this past weekend. Sidney won the meet.

High point winners for the weekend were Khloe Krumwiede, Katie Kaiser, Trevor Johnson, and Dalton Sand.

Relay Results

Girls 8 & Under 100 Free (two teams)1:51.98 - 4th, 2:23.95 - 7th
Girls 9-10 100 Free 1:21.50 - 2nd
Boys 11-12 200 Free 3:10.31 - 1st
Girls 11-12 200 Free 3:03.70 - 5th
Boys 13-14 200 Free 2:16.78 - 1st
Girls 13-14 200 Free 2:21.74 - 1st
Girls 15-19 200 Free 2:09.91 - 1st
Girls 8 & Under 100 Medley (three teams) 2:34.04 – 4th, 3:03.56 - 5th, 4:03.07 - DQ
Girls 9-10 100 Medley 1:43.54 - DQ
Boys 11-12 200 Medley 3:40.96 - 1st
Girls 11-12 200 Medley 3:56.18 - 6th
Boys 13-14 200 Medley 2:45.88 - 1st
Girls 13-14 200 Medley 2:53.16 - 1st
Girls 15-19 200 Medley 2:33.56 - 1st

IndividualResults - Boys

Name Time Event Place

Billingsley, Jordan 34.34 Boys 13-14 50 Free 6
1:17.96 Boys 13-14 100 Free 4
1:27.98 Boys 13-14 100 Back 1

Gunderson, Logan 27.51 Boys 15-19 50 Free 3
1:04.00 Boys 15-19 100 Free 2

Johnson, Trevor 3:20.42 Boys 11-12 200 IM 1
42.76 Boys 11-12 50 Back 2
36.58 Boys 11-12 50 Fly 1

Kaiser, Tony 39.42 Boys 15-19 50 Fly 4
1:10.80 Boys 15-19 100 Free 5
5:48.56 Boys 15-19 400 Free 2

Miller, Bergen 45.15 Boys 11-12 50 Free 8
1:01.33 Boys 11-12 50 Breast 7

Sand, Dalton 1:39.54 Boys 9-10 100 IM 1
34.76 Boys 9-10 50 Free 1
42.85 Boys 9-10 50 Fly 1

Urbin, Zavier 1:02.12 Boys 11-12 50 Free 11

Vandall, Tristin 44.20 Boys 11-12 50 Free 6
52.81 Boys 11-12 50 Back 5

Wageman, Tim 33.76 Boys 13-14 50 Free 5
1:18.21 Boys 13-14 100 Free 6
1:34.44 Boys 13-14 100 Back 2

Whitmer, Connor 1:27.53 Boys 8 & Under 50 Free 12
40.67 Boys 8 & Under 25 Back 11


IndividualResults - Girls

Name Time Event Place

Billingsley, Rachel 3:52.81 Girls 13-14 200 IM 7
2:06.26 Girls 13-14 100 Breast 7
53.41 Girls 13-14 50 Fly 6

Cadimas, Gervilyn 35.22 Girls 15 & Over 50 Free 7 37.73 Girls 15 & Over 50 Fly 2
1:31.83 Girls 15 & Over 100 Fly 5

Clampitt, Riley 34.59 Girls 8 & Under 25 Back 10
42.51 Girls 8 & Under 25 Fly 10

Foster-Shaw, Jazmine 42.24 Girls 15 & Over 50 Free 9
2:14.31 Girls 15 & Over 100 Back 3
53.60 Girls 15 & Over 50 Fly 3

Kaiser, Katie 31.79 Girls 13-14 50 Free 1
1:22.06 Girls 13-14 100 Back 1
1:31.18 Girls 13-14 100 Fly 1

Krumwiede, Khloe 2:53.80 Girls 15 & Over 200 IM 1
30.31 Girls 15 & Over 50 Free 1
1:06.99 Girls 15 & Over 100 Free 2

Krumwiede, Klaire 35.95 Girls 11-12 50 Free 6
1:21.82 Girls 11-12 100 Free 4
49.06 Girls 11-12 50 Back 8

Kulczyk, Jordan 31.60 Girls 15 & Over 50 Free 3
1:16.59 Girls 15 & Over 100 Free 3
1:25.92 Girls 15 & Over 100 Fly 3

Larson, Sophia 2:47.93 Girls 8 & Under 100 IM 4
30.80 Girls 8 & Under 25 Back 8

McKean, Iris 2:03.79 Girls 9-10 100 IM 7
55.30 Girls 9-10 50 Breast 4
52.56 Girls 9-10 50 Back 3

Mix, Emmah 3:17.40 DQ Girls 8 & Under 100 IM ---
44.96 Girls 8 & Under 25 Breast 5
44.04 Girls 8 & Under 25 Fly 11

Nowak, Brooke 2:52.62 Girls 8 & Under 100 IM 5
39.97S Girls 8 & Under 25 Breast 3
40.62 Girls 8 & Under 25 Fly 9
Parks, Kate 1:57.33 Girls 9-10 100 IM 5
1:01.78 Girls 9-10 50 Breast 11
59.54 Girls 9-10 50 Back 6

Pehlke, Tori 41.07 Girls 11-12 50 Free 12
1:00.98 Girls 11-12 50 Breast 9
47.61 Girls 11-12 50 Back 7

Rasmusan, DJ 33.63 Girls 15 & Over 50 Free 6
1:19.53 Girls 15 & Over 100 Free 5
6:12.32 Girls 15 & Over 400 Free 5

Reyes, Ava 47.38 Girls 9-10 50 Free 11
1:47.92 Girls 9-10 100 Free 7

Sand, Natosha 36.76 Girls 13-14 50 Free 6
1:48.38 Girls 13-14 100 Breast 5
44.34 Girls 13-14 50 Fly 4

Swindler, Madde 1:03.83 Girls 11-12 50 Back 12

Swindler, Myli 41.58 DQ Girls 8 & Under 25 Fly ---

Vandall, Tarin 2:17.40 Girls 9-10 100 IM 9
57.87 Girls 9-10 50 Back 9

Whitmer, Emma 2:36.73 Girls 9-10 100 IM 12
2:07.34 Girls 9-10 100 Free 10
1:11.97 Girls 9-10 50 Fly 9

Longest Dam Race Wrap-up
Tuesday, June 23rd 2015
The 21st Annual Longest Dam Race was held June 20, 2015 at Fort Peck Dam, Fort Peck MT.

A beautiful green, sun-filled morning at Kiwanis Park was the atmosphere for a record breaking 443 individuals who participated in the five events.

The youngest participants were three year olds and the oldest was 84. All 21 participants from the Milk River Activity Center completed the one mile walk.

The 443 participants represented 11 states including Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Idaho, Maryland, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, Washington, and Wyoming, plus the province of Saskatchewan.

195 of the 443 were from Glasgow and the surrounding area.

The races offered something for everyone. The day began with the 10k run across the Dam and ended with the one mile walk/run on the Nature Trail at Kiwanis Park. A record breaking 46 runners participated in the 10k.

Twenty five individuals participated in the 10 mile bike route on Hwy #117. The number race participants were up from 412 in 2014 to 443 for this year. Prizes provided by Big Valley Water and medals were given to the top two finishers in each age group and overall race prizes in each category. The races were assisted by FMDH EMT’s, McCone & Valley County Sheriff’s, the Montana Highway Patrol, Rock Solid Youth/Assembly of God Church, Glasgow Recreation Department, MDT, and dozens of volunteers.

The 2015 Longest Dam Race T-shirt was designed by Allison Neumiller of Glasgow. The first 75 entries received a free ticket for the Saturday June 20th performance of One Man Two Guvnors at the Fort Peck Summer Theatre.
The Longest Dam Race is sponsored by the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture. The 2016 Longest Dam Race will be held Saturday June 18th, 2016. For more information call 406-228-2222 or http://www.glasgowchamber.net.

Weekend Reds Scores
Monday, June 22nd 2015
Dickinson Rough Riders 4, Reds 3
Reds 8, Bitterroot Bucs 4
Reds 13, Weburn A's 3
Reds 4, Great Falls Electrics 1
Reds 7, GVO Outlaws 6
5th Annual Aaron "Chappy" Chatten Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament
Monday, June 22nd 2015
Back Row: Joey Bergtoll, Tyler Edwards, Tracy Krause, Jeff Irving, Kyle Stein, Dylan Hughes, Jeanelle Dascher, Jason Compton
Front Row: Alex Page, Casey Johnston, Shelby Fossum, Jami Johnson

$500 Cash Prize and Hooded Sweatshirts to the 1st place team!

5th Annual Aaron "Chappy" Chatten Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament

John Hahn Field (Fort Peck, Montana) ~ June 20-21 2015


FULL RESULTS:
Friday (Round-Robin Play)
Round 1
Newton Motors 22 Sukut Construction 3
Win or Lose We Booze (Billings) 15 FMDH 14
Rocks Auto Mall 16 Screaming Gophers (Frazer) 10
Tubbs Pub (Miles City) 12 ADC 8
Round 2
Newton Motors 9 Win or Lose We Booze (Billings) 6
FMDH 9 Rocks Auto Mall 8
Tubes Pub (Miles City) 20 Sukut Construction 9
ADC 13 Screaming Gophers (Frazer) 10
Saturday (Bracketed Play)
Quarterfinals
FMDH 12 Win or Lose We Booze (Billings) 2
ADC 11 Rocks Auto Mall 8
Screaming Gophers (Frazer) 5 Tubbs Pub (Miles City) 3
Newton Motors 9 Sukut Construction 6
Semifinals
ADC 24 Screaming Gophers (Frazer) 10
Newton Motors 14 FMDH 11
Championship
Newton Motors 15 ADC 3

GRD Co-ed Softball
Friday, June 19th 2015
GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

6:00PM: Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty def. Thompson & Sons 25 – 22
Reynolds/Old Mil Light def. Newton Motor Wanna Bees via forfeit
Wolf Point McDonalds def. Uncle Milts Body Shop 12 – 9

7:30PM: Wolf Point McDonalds def. Thompson & Sons 21 – 4
Reynolds/Old Mil Light def. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty 10 – 7
Newton Motor Wanna Bees def. Uncle Milts Body Shop 23 – 20


Season Standings
Reynolds/Old Mil Light 6-0
Newton Motor Wanna Bees 4-2
Wolf Point McDonalds 4-2
Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty 2-4
Uncle Milts Body Shop 1-5
Thompson & Sons 1-5

Games Next Week:

Wednesday, June 24th 2015

6:00PM Field 1: Wolf Point McDonalds vs. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty
Field 2: Uncle Milts Body Shop vs. Reynolds/Old Mil Light
Field 3: Thompson & Sons vs. Newton Motor Wanna Bees

7:30PM Field 1: Newton Motor Wanna Bees vs. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty
Field 2: Reynolds/Old Mil Light vs. Wolf Point McDonalds
Field 3: Uncle Milts Body Shop vs. Thompson & Sons


Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Thursday, June 18th 2015
Four Kiwanis Thunder swimmers share the Hi-Line Ford Athlete of the Week honors: Trevor Johnson, Jordan Billingsley, Katie Kaiser and Dalton Sand. They were the high point winners at the Malt Swim Meet last weekend.
Reds Sweep Two At Home
Wednesday, June 17th 2015
The Glasgow Reds defeated the Glendive Blue Devils on Tuesday, in a home double-header.

Keil Krumwiede struck out 8 as Glasgow edged Glendive 2-0 in game one.

Dylan Guttenberg and Jason Thibault each had 2 hits as the Reds won 11-6 in game two.

Scottie Football Camps Start June 29
Tuesday, June 16th 2015
The Glasgow High school football camp will occur on Monday, June 29th – through Wednesday, July 1st at Scottie Field. Camp will occur in the evenings from 6:30pm-9:00pm.

The Glasgow Middle School (7-8th) and Youth Camp (grades 3-6) will occur on Wednesday, August 5th & Thursday, August 6th at Scottie Field. Camp will occur in the evenings from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.

Limited contact will occur for the high school and middle school camps. Equipment checkout for the high school and middle school will occur following the first evening of camp on Monday, June 30th for the high school and Wednesday August 5th for the middle school. Equipment checkout will consist of shoulder pads, helmet and a mouth guard, which athletes will retain at the school for the upcoming season. No equipment is necessary for the Youth Camp.

The staff of coaches assisting in the High School camp include the current High School Staff, former recent Scottie Star players currently, recently and upcoming collegiate footballers, including (Johnathon Koessel, Tyler Wesen, Luke Gunderson, Tanner Roness), in-addition to All-Staters Jason Thibault and Keil Krumwiede and a tremendous group of local volunteers with college football experience.

The cost of the football camps are as follows:
High School (3-days) – $60
Middle School (2-days) - $40
Youth Football (2-days) - $40

*T-shirts will be provided for all camp attendees, following camp.

Registration forms for all camps (high school-middle school – youth) can be picked-up and dropped off at the Glasgow Civic Center.

Athletes are reminded to attend in workout clothing with tennis shoes or cleats and bring their own water bottle.
If you have any questions, contact Coach Liebelt at 230-1077.

** Make All checks payable to “Greg Liebelt” for the Scottie football camps

Glasgow Swim Team Does Well In Malta
Monday, June 15th 2015
The Glasgow Kiwanis had another strong finish as they placed 2nd at the Malta Invitational Swim Meet this weekend. The team doubled in size this week as 24 swimmers attended the meet and competed in 76 events.

Out of the 76 event entries Glasgow scored top three in 26 of them. The highpoint winners for Glasgow this weekend were as follows- Dalton Sand (Midget), Trevor Johnson (Junior), Jordan Billingsley (Intermediate), and Katie Kaiser (Intermediate). These four swimmers had some incredible swims on Saturday ensuring their highpoint victories.

Overall the team has improved a lot within a two week period and the coaches are looking forward to seeing these swimmers progress in each of their events.

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team will be hosting the meet this coming weekend and encourages everyone to come out and watch the action. The meet will start at 10:00 on Saturday and Sunday.

Complete Results

Reds Scores
Monday, June 15th 2015
Glasgow 12, Gillette, Wyoming 6
Glasgow 4, Billings Blue Jays 0
Glasgow 14, Powell, Wyoming 1
Glasgow 6, Idaho Falls 6 (tie)
Billings Halos 8, Glasgow 4
Glasgow 9, Miles City 7
Miles City 11, Glasgow 9
Glendive 3, Glasgow 0
Glendive 3, Glasgow 2
Summer Sailing Event Is Saturday June 20th
Monday, June 15th 2015
FORT PECK LAKE SAILING CLUB PARTICIPATES IN GLOBAL SAILING EVENT ON JUNE 20th 2015

FORT PECK LAKE SAILORS are participating in annual celebration to increase awareness of sailing.

Fort Peck Montana – As part of the 15th annual worldwide Summer Sailstice the Fort Peck Lake Sailing Club will join sailors around the world with sailing event as part of this global celebration of sailing. We’ll be joining ‘together’ with sailors everywhere who will be sailing on the weekend of June 20th, the weekend closest to the summer solstice. The Fort Peck Lake Sailing Club will celebrate by hosting a fun afternoon of free sailing at the Fort Peck Marina, by inviting current or prospective sailors down to their docks to get on the water under sail or to contribute by demonstrating the best of the sailing world.

The Summer Sailstice sailing holiday invites all sailors to join together by hoisting their sails wherever they are, aboard whatever they sail and showcasing to the world the “who, what, where, why and how” of sailing. While just one weekend in the life of sailing, Summer Sailstice is the only time all sailors and the vast variety of sailing styles can all sail and celebrate ‘together’. 2014 saw the largest Summer Sailstice celebration yet with sailors in all 50 US states and over 40 countries participating.

SUMMER SAILSTICE EVENT DETAILS
Who: Sailors and non-sailors worldwide
When: June 20, 2015
Where: Fort Peck Marina (where there’s wind, water and sails)
How: Come to the Marina for Free Sailboat rides and information on Fort Peck Lake Sailing Club
DON’T FORGET—AUGUST 15-16 2015
2ND ANNUAL FORT PECK LAKE SAILING REGATTA
To learn more about Worldwide Summer Sailstice, visit www.summersailstice.com.

About Summer Sailstice
Summer Sailstice is the global sailing holiday celebrated on the weekend closest to the summer solstice. This international event was founded in 2001 to connect the global sailing community in a fun, creative, multifaceted, multi-location sailing celebration. Every year, Summer Sailstice connects more than 19,000 sailors all over the world—cruisers, racers and recreational—to celebrate and showcase life under sail. The event has expanded to include participants from Asia, across the Americas and Europe. Visit www.SummerSailstice.com or contact john@summersailstice.com.

Minor League Baseball Tournament
Monday, June 15th 2015
Cal Ripken Minor League Tournament Results:

3rd place: Ezzie's
2nd Place: Hi-Line Ford
1st Place: Valley Bank

Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Thursday, June 11th 2015
Congratulations to Keil Krumwiede, the Hi-Line Ford Athlete of the Week.

Keil was just a single away from the cycle in a game vs. Fort Macloed last weekend. He hit a double, triple and a grand slam in the game. He went 8 for 11 in 4 games for the Reds over the weekend.

Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tourney Expands to 200 Teams
Wednesday, June 10th 2015
The Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament has expanded to 200 teams after entries exploded in the past two months.

Lisa Koski, the Executive Director of the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, told Kltz/Mix-93 that even though the payouts were based on 150 teams, the permit for the tourney allowed 200 teams. She said that as of Tuesday Morning there were 139 teams signed up and she anticipated to hit 150 very quickly. The Governor's Cup is 100 teams ahead of last year as far as sign-ups.

With 150 teams the payouts would be $65000 and with 200 teams the payouts would increase to almost $100,000.

For more information on the Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament you can call 228-2222 or visit http://www.montanagovcup.com/

GRD Co-ed Softball
Tuesday, June 9th 2015
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

6:00PM: Reynolds/Old Mil Light def. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty 22 – 4
Wolf Point McDonalds def. Thompson & Sons 22 – 1
Newton Motor Wanna Bees def. Uncle Milts Body Shop 12 – 5

7:30PM: Wolf Point McDonalds def. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty 24 – 12
Thompson & Sons def. Newton Motor Wanna Bees 16 – 7
Reynolds/Old Mil Light def. Uncle Milts Body Shop 20 – 1


Season Standings
Reynolds/Old Mil Light 4-0
Newton Motor Wanna Bees 3-1
Wolf Point McDonalds 2-2
Uncle Milts Body Shop 1-3
Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty 1-3
Thompson & Sons 1-3

Games This Week:

Wednesday, June 10th 2015

6:00PM Field 1: Reynolds/Old Mil Light vs. Wolf Point McDonalds
Field 2: Uncle Milts Body Shop vs. Thompson & Sons
Field 3: Newton Motor Wanna Bees vs. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty

7:30PM Field 1: Newton Motor Wanna Bees vs. Wolf Point McDonalds
Field 2: Reynolds/Old Mil Light vs. Thompson & Sons
Field 3: Uncle Milts Body Shop vs. Nemont Beverage/Missouri River Realty


Results Released For 16th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic
Monday, June 8th 2015
1. Tyler George, Sheridan, WY. - Ryan George, Billings, MT. 38.95
2. Jason Flaten, Gillette, WY. - Tianna Flaten, Gillette, WY. 38.75
3. Jeremiah Hopstad, Billings, MT. - Justin King, Sidney, MT. 28.95
4. Chad Dawson, Dickinson, ND. - Cade Flaten, Glasgow, MT 27.77
5. Chris Kolstad, Glasgow, MT. - Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT. 27.11
6. Troy Warburton, Belgrade, MT - Eddie White, Billings, MT. 25.77
7. Doug Marottek, Poplar, MT. - Derek Warner, Poplar, MT. 22.28
8. Don Resseguie, Great Falls, MT. - Kevin Durell, Glasgow, MT. 20.49
9. Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT. - Hooper Armour, Lewistown, MT. 19.87
10. Mark Jackson, Vandalia, MT. - Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT. 19.42
11. Ryan Feezell, Glasgow, MT. - Tyler Partridge, Glasgow, MT. 19.25
12. Mitch McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. - Jim McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. 17.99
13. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT. - Drew Henry, Glasgow, MT. 17.83
14. Erin George, Billings, MT. - Dave George, Glasgow, MT. 17.76
15. Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT. - Bo Boreson, Glasgow, MT. 17.41
16. Jason Maynard, Dickinson, ND. - Scott Swanson, Glasgow, MT. 17.40
17. Blake Gauer, Park City, MT. - Zack Dasinger, Laurel, MT. 17.32
18. Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT. - Jake Aune, Glasgow, MT. 16.41
19. Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT. - Chad Nelson, Sidney, MT. 15.82
20. Doug Mahlum, Great Falls, MT. - Kane Mahlum, Great Falls, MT. 15.68
21. Adam Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. - Tyler Edwards, Glasgow, MT. 15.25
22. Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT. - Keegan Jensen, Glasgow, MT. 14.81
23. Larry Hockhalter, Glasgow, MT. - Seth Ingram, Glasgow, MT. 14.80
24. Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT. - Marc Kloker, Glasgow, MT. 14.43
25. Casey King, Glasgow, MT. - Cody King, Glasgow, MT. 14.41
26. Blaine Berg, Glasgow, MT. – Cole Wesen, Glasgow, MT. 14.11
27. John Hunziker, Glasgow, MT. - Holly Hunziker, Glasgow, MT. 14.01
28. Chad Mueller, Sidney, MT. - Kyle Mueller, Sidney, MT. 13.31
29. Mark Combs, Glasgow, MT. - Seth Combs, Glasgow, MT. 13.20
30. Ann White, Billings, MT. - Ashley Harris, Sidney, MT. 13.10
31. Garrett Morken, Glasgow, MT. - Jerrett Braaten, Glasgow, MT. 12.57
32. Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT. – Scott Fossum, Glasgow, MT. 12.56
33. Nick Pentas, Billings, MT. - Shawn Bergstrom, Nashua, MT. 12.52
34. Bobby Wise, Billings, MT. - Robert Wise, Billings, MT. 11.97
35. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT. - Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 11.94
36. Patrick Gustafson, Sidney, MT. Brent Harris, Sidney, MT. 11.52
37. Wayne Shipp, Glasgow, MT. - Della Shipp, Glasgow, MT. 11.13
38. Terry Edgar, Glasgow, MT. - Megan Winkler, Glasgow, MT. 10.75
39. Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT. - Autumn Gault, Glasgow, MT. 10.63
40. Jim Kelly, Three Forks, MT. - Charles Buxbaum, Sidney, MT. 10.57
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41. Courtney Arneson, Havre, MT. - DJ Elletson, Glasgow, MT. 10.31
42. Reid Coldwell, Glasgow, MT. - Cache Younkin, Glasgow, MT. 9.98
43. Arlie McMichael, Glasgow, MT. - Wayne McMichael, Glasgow, MT. 9.88
44. Spencer Marsh, Glasgow, MT. - Caleb LaGree, Glasgow, MT. 9.80
45. Curt Shipman, Glasgow, MT. - Darci Shipman, Glasgow, MT. 9.58
46. Callahan Belling, Lustre, MT. - Randy Elletson, Glasgow, MT. 9.34
47. Shannon Albert, Hardin, MT. - Rod Hudyma, Glasgow, MT. 9.31
48. Tracy Krause, Glasgow, MT - Katie Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 9.20
49. Brodie Boreson, Glasgow, MT. - Lindsey Boreson, Glasgow, MT. 8.86
50. Colton Cumber, Glasgow, MT. - Randy Cumber, Glasgow, MT. 8.60
51. Tara Harrington, Glasgow, MT. - Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT. 8.24
52. Mike Licking, Sidney, MT. – Jim Bingley, Glendive, MT. 7.58
53. Tom James, Glasgow, MT. - Carmen Corey, Glasgow, MT. 7.52
54. Nate Molstad, Havre, MT. - Jerry Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 7.38
55. Zak Peterson, Glasgow, MT. Lindsey Peterson, Fort Peck, MT. 6.01
56. Brian Mix, Glasgow, MT. - Kelvin Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. 5.76
57. Steve Norcutt, Glasgow, MT. - Brien Norcutt, Glasgow, MT. 5.22
58. Bob Harrington, Glasgow, MT. - Kayla Harrington, Glasgow, MT. 5.20
59. Nathan Wiens, Glasgow, MT. - Hudson Wiens, Glasgow, MT. 4.79
60. Paul Provencher, Glasgow, MT. - Wayne Linder, Glasgow, MT. 4.39
61. Kirk Capdeville, Hinsdale, MT. - Jeff Irving, Glasgow, MT. 4.19
62. Colin Kemmis, Glasgow, MT. - CJ Kemmis, Glasgow, MT. 2.71
63. Jesse Nickels, Nashua, MT. - Jessica Nickels, Nashua, MT. 2.58
64. Travis Doke, Billings, MT. - Jessica Doke, Billings, MT. 1.77
65. Darin Eschenbacher, Savage, MT. - Jim Wenzel, Sidney, MT. 1.27
66. Paul Siefert, Glasgow, MT. - Gage Siefert, Glasgow, MT. 1.11
67. Mikel Erickson, Glasgow, MT. - Levi Capdeville, Glasgow, MT. 0.79
68. Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT. - Timm Canen, Glasgow, MT.
David Irving, Glasgow, MT. - Rod Ost, Glasgow, MT.
Brandon Mueller, Sidney, MT. - Brady Mueller, Sidney, MT.
Doug Wooley, Glasgow, MT. - Tim Zabrocki, Glasgow, MT.
Paul Moore, Hinsdale, MT. - Jennifer Moore, Hinsdale, MT.
Lars Sorensen, Anchorage, AK. - Avery Sorensen, Malta, MT.
Scott Swanson, Laurel, MT. - Jeremiah Johnson, Laurel, MT.
Bill Jones, Billings, MT. - Phil Hageman, Billings, MT.
Jeff Unterseher, Glendive, MT. - Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT.
Dirk Monson, Glasgow, MT. - Dexter Monson, Glasgow, MT.
Matt Reynolds, Sidney, MT. – Carrie Niblock, Sidney, MT.
Luke Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. - Calvin Kemmis, Glasgow, MT.
80. Levi Krehmeyer, Gillette, WY. – T.J. Larsen, Gillette, WY.

A little Montana Cats Trivia for all of you out there: Tyler George and Jason Flaten had teamed up together from 2008 through 2012 for the Cat Classic. This year...their teams were separated by a razor thin total. The .020 victory margin in last nights Cat Classic is the slimmest margin of victory in Cat Classic history. It is also the CLOSEST finish in Montana Cats Circuit history. That's 37 tournaments and we've never seen a closer battle! Awesome.

Weekend Reds Scores
Monday, June 8th 2015
Lethbridge Giants 5, Glasgow Reds 0
Glasgow Reds 18, Fort Macloud Royals 0
Glasgow Reds 2, Glacier Twins 2
Glasgow Reds 8, Strathmore Reds 3
Basketball Jamboree Is Saturday, June 13
Monday, June 8th 2015
This Saturday, June 13th, the 1st Glasgow Varsity Boys Basketball Jamboree will be held at GHS.

Teams participating are Glasgow, Glendive JV, Fairview and Wolf Point. Games start at 10 a.m. with Glasgow vs. Wolf Point.

Other games are: 11 am Glendive JV vs. Fariview
12:00 Wolf Point vs. Glendive JV
1:00 Glasgow vs. Fairview
2:00 Wolf Point vs. Fairview
3:00 Glasgow vs. Glendive JV

No admission- donations to the Glasgow Area Basketball Club will be accepted.

Harlem Swim Team Results
Monday, June 8th 2015
The Glasgow Kiwanis Thunder Swim Team had a strong showing as 13 swimmers competed in Harlem this past weekend. The group of 13 competed in a total of 43 events which included three relays. The group ended up winning Glasgow a third place title right behind Malta (2nd), and Chinook (1st).

Leading the team in points was Senior swimmer Jordon Kulczyk and Midget swimmer Trevor Johnson who both came away with 3 first place finishes earning them High-Point honors for their age groups.

Collectively the swimmers showed improvement from Saturday and Sunday cutting off time crucial to securing the team placement. Overall the team swam very well with less than one week and there is much excitement and high hopes for the rest of the swim season. The swimmers will be heading off to Malta next weekend where they hope to bring back another team title as well as individual improvements.

Relay Teams:
All First Place
Boys 11-12 200 Free- Bergen Miller, Tristin Vandall, Trevor Johnson, Claire Krumwiede.
Boys 11-12 200 Medley- Back: Tristin Vandall, Breast- Claire Krumwiede, Fly- Trevor Johnson, Free- Bergen Miller.
Boys 13-14 200 Free- Taylor Johnson, Tim Wageman, Jordon Billingsley, Rachel Billingsley.

Individual Results

Relay Results

Preview Of Milk River Catfish Classic
Friday, June 5th 2015
The 16th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic is set for this weekend with 80 teams competing on the Milk River. Stan Ozark visited with Tournament Director Brenner Flaten this morning. Listen here for a preview of this great tournament!

Brenner Flaten Interview

Catfish Classic Is This Weekend
Thursday, June 4th 2015
The 16th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic is coming up this weekend.

Events start at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 5th at the Montana Bar with a social, featuring the band Mabel's Rage.

The calcutta auction and street dance will follow on Glasgow's front street, featuring the AC/DC cover band Hells Belles.

On Saturday, the night-time tournament kicks off at 4 p.m. and runs until midnight; 80 teams will compete. Everyone is also invited to downtown Glasgow to take in the midnight weigh-ins.

Download the Calcutta Bid Sheet here

Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Thursday, June 4th 2015
Congratulations to Dylan Guttenberg, the Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week. He had 2 walks and hits in game 1 vs. the Billings Cardinals, and was 2/3 in game 2. Against the Billngs Blue Jays, the Reds second baseman was 4/5 with 2 RBI's.
Reds Take Two From Miles City
Thursday, June 4th 2015
The Glasgow Reds defeated the Miles City Mavericks 12-1 and 13-2 in baseball action on Wednesday night.

Jason Thibault no-hit the Mavericks in a 12-1 win in the opener. Keil Krumwiede, Ryan Padden and Sam Schultz each had 2 RBI's for the Reds.

In game 2, the Reds used 9 runs in the fourth inning to coast to a 13-2 win. Sam Schultz pitched 5 innings for the win. Keil Krumwiede had 2 hits and 4 RBI's to lead Glasgow. Hunter Losleben and Dylan Guttenberg each added 2 RBI's.

Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture Announces the 21st Annual Longest Dam Race
Wednesday, June 3rd 2015
There is still time to sign up for the 21st Annual Longest Dam Race to be held June 20, 2015 at Fort Peck Dam, Fort Peck, MT.
It begins with the 10k run and will cross 1.8 miles of the Fort Peck Dam. The 5k run/walk begins at the top of Fort Peck Dam. For this shorter race, participants are bused to the start, and will go down a gravel road for approximately 1K and finish at Kiwanis Park. The 1 mile run/walk will be will be on the Nature Trail at Kiwanis Park. This is a paved flat course, perfect for all ages and very fun for the whole family.

The Longest Dam Race also has something for bike riders. Beginning and ending at Kiwanis Park, the novice route travels over flat terrain for approximately 10 miles. For all races, safety is a top priority. Local law enforcement & EMTs will assist with the Longest Dam Race.

The day will conclude with an awards ceremony at Kiwanis Park. This is a fun family event for all ages.

This is also the opening weekend of “One Man, Two Guvnors” at The Fort Peck Summer Theater. The first 75 entries will receive a free ticket to the June 20 show. Entry Fee is $20/ event and $5/ each additional event. Each participant will receive a T-shirt upon entry.

If you would like more information or are interested in registering for this year’s event, call The Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture at 406-228-2222 or visit http://www.glasgowmt.net.

Download Entry Form Here

Reds Scores
Tuesday, June 2nd 2015
Glasgow 11, Billings Blue Jays 3
Glasgow scored 8 in the fifth inning to beat Billings. Dillon Guttenberg had 4 hits and 2 RBI's to lead the Reds. Sam Schultz also had 2 RBI's for Glasgow.
Kasey Seyfert pitched 7 innings for the win.

Billings Blue Jays 4, Glasgow 3 (10 innings)
Keil Krumwiede had 2 hits and 1 RBI as Glasgow fell to Billings 4-3 on Sunday.

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team shut out the Billings Cardinals on Saturday, 17-0. Jason Thibault pitched 7 strong innings, notching 11 strikeouts.

Offensively, the Reds picked up 4 runs in the first, one in the second, 3 in the fourth and nine runs in the 7th, on 17 hits.

Thibault, Gage Legare and Ryan Padden all had 3 hits for the reds; Thibault and Jake Kolstad each had 3 RBI's and Keil Krumwiede added 2.

Sand Drags & Mud Bog Results
Tuesday, June 2nd 2015
The Sand Drags and Mud Bog were held last weekend in Glasgow. Twenty-five vehicles registered for the weekend: 165 people attended on Saturday for the Sand Drags and 295 people attended Sunday's Mud Bog.

$4,190 was paid out for the weekend.

Thanks go out to the MRM sponsors, Valley County Fair Commission, Rodeo Committee and all the volunteers who made this possible.

Results from last weekend are available at the link below:

Full Results

Volleyball Camp Is This Week
Monday, June 1st 2015
Volleyball Coach Lori Dailey will have a Volleyball camp June 1 – 4th. Incoming grades 4-9 will be June 1st – 3rd from 9a.m. – 12noon with cost being $45. Incoming grades 10th – 12th will be June 1st – 3rd from 12noon - 3p.m., (new time) with cost being $45. Incoming grades K – 3rd is June 4th from 9a.m. – 12noon with a cost of $15. Camp participants will learn skills, competition, have plenty of fun & popsicles; both girls and boys are welcome. For more information or to sign up call 228-2184.
Scottie Summer Camps
Monday, June 1st 2015
Scottie Volleyball Camp is June 1-4

The Glasgow Boys & Girls Basketball Camp with coach Bill Dreikosen from Rocky Mountain College will be held June 10-11. Camp Fee is $65. It is for boy's and girl's with grades 3- 6 going from 9 am-noon and grades 7-12 going from 1 pm-4 pm. Contact Coach Dreikosen at 860-3133 or Scotties Coach Norm Braaten at 526-3270 if you have any questions.

The Scottie Football Camp will be held June 29-July 1 for grades 7-12. More details to be announced.

The Glasgow Scottie Wrestling Camp will be held at the Glasgow Recreation Department August 7-8.

Scottie Summer Training
Monday, June 1st 2015
The weight room will be open Monday-Thursday at 7 p.m.

Volleyball open gym will be Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30 - 6 p.m.

Basketball open gym will be Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 - 7:30 p.m.


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