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Kiwanis Swim Team Wraps Up Regular Season

Tuesday, July 23rd 2019

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team competed at the Glendive Swim Meet, July 20-21. The team took a total of 25 swimmers to the meet where they competed in the last regular season meet. Next weekend the team will be taking 32 swimmers to Divisionals in Scobey.

Leading the team with top three finishes at the Glendive swim meet was Rachel Billingsley (200 IM- 3rd), Wade Fuhrman (25 back- 3rd), Trevor Johnson (100 fly- 1st, 50 free/ 50 fly- 2nd), Katie Kaiser (50 free/ 100 back/ 100 fly- 1st), Abigail Kulczyk (50 breast/ 200 free- 2nd, 50 fly- 3rd), Sophia Larson (200 free- 3rd), Allie Palm (100 free- 1st), and Dalton Sand (100 free, 200 free, 50 fly- 1st). Katie Kaiser and Dalton Sand also took highpoint honors in their respectful age groups. This is Katie’s fifth meet in a row earning highpoint and Daltons sixth. The two remain undefeated heading into Divisionals.

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Allie Palm (12). Allie is a third year swimmer with the team that had one of the best meets of her career. Allie was able to set all new personal best times in all her individual races. In total she shaved 18.55 seconds off her previous best times this season. Allies most impressive feat this weekend came in her 100 freestyle race where she came away with her very first victory ever. Allie was able to out touch a very strong competitor from Sidney by .01. From start to finish Allie swam a strong yet gutsy race and it paid off giving her a new personal best time by 4.88 seconds. On top of all of these successful moments Allie also led her two relays to 2nd place finished in Glendive. The GKST is excited with Allies breakthrough performances this past weekend and can’t wait to see how she can add to her success heading into Divisionals.

Other noteworthy performances came from Abigail Kulczyk (12), and Sophia Larson (11), Allie Palm (12), and Addison Zoanni who all competed in the 200 freestyle and respectfully took 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 6th in the event for the team. Shonna Taylor (10) continued her debut season with some huge improvements in both her 100 free and 50 back races. Our last shout out goes to Trevor Johnson (16) who has continued to work at perfecting his technique and is seeing small but important time drops in his events.


2019 Montana Women’s Walleye tournament

Sunday, July 21st 2019

The 2019 Montana Women’s Walleye tournament was held yesterday at Fort Peck. Taking top honors in that tournament was the team of Sheryl Johnson and Gil Mueller with a total of 35.18 lbs of walleye. Second place went to Jodi and Robin Schock with 28.68 lbs. Third place was Katelyn and Kellie Sandvik with 27.28 lbs. Fourth place was the team of Shalaine Lawson and Melissa Horner with 25.04 lbs. Fifth place went to Jennie and Kelly Sillerud with 23.74 lbs. There were a total of 53 teams in this year’s tournament.


Billings Blue Jays 5, Glasgow 3

Saturday, July 20th 2019

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team saw their season come to an end on Saturday as the
Billings Blue Jays defeated Glasgow 5-3 at the Eastern District Tournament in Laurel.


Glasgow defeats Wolf Point in District Baseball 9-3

Friday, July 19th 2019

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team stayed alive at the district tournament in Laurel on Friday, with a 9-3 win over the Wolf Point Yellowjackets.

Glasgow starter Chase Guttenberg allowed 2 earned runs on 5 hits, no walks and 2 hit batsmen. Gavin Adams had 2 RBI's for the Reds.

Glasgow faces the Billings Blue Jays in loser-out play on Saturday at 10 a.m. The Blue Jays lost to Glendive 7-6 on Friday.


Women's Walleye Fishing Tournament Is Saturday

Thursday, July 18th 2019

The 19th Annual Women’s Walleye Fishing Tournament is set for this Saturday, July 20th on Fort Peck Lake.

Get an entry form at www.MontanaWalleyesUnlimited.net.

The rules meeting will be at 6:30 this Friday at the Fort Peck Marina. It is mandatory that one member of the team be present.

For more information, contact Jill at 263-7553 or Sandy at 263-4861.


Glasgow Reds lose to Miles City in District Baseball in Laurel, 6-1

Thursday, July 18th 2019


Swim Team Competes In Lewistown

Tuesday, July 16th 2019

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team competed at the Lewistown Swim Meet, July 13-14. The team took a total of 20 swimmers to the meet. The GKST had a fantastic weekend as 17 out of the 20 swimmers set personal records in at least one individual event. With only one regular meet left it is exciting to see major time and technical improvements in so many events of the swimmers races. This weekend we head to the Glendive Swim Meet where the team will then look forward to Divisionals and State shortly after. Each swimmer has big goals as the seasons is coming to the end and it's critical to remember those goals as we reach the final push of the season.

Leading the team with top three finishes at the Lewistown swim meet was Raelee Dowden (200 IM/ 100 breast- 1st, 100 fly- 2nd), Holt Huntsman (25 fly- 2nd), Katie Kaiser (50 free/ 100 back/ 400 free- 1st), Abigail Kulczyk (50 breast- 2nd, 200 IM- 3rd), and Dalton Sand (100 free/ 50 free/ 50 fly- 1st). Katie Kaiser and Dalton Sand also took highpoint honors in their respected age groups. This is Katie’s forth meet in a row earning highpoint and Daltons fifth.

This week’s GKST Athletes of the Week will be given to two deserving individuals yet again. The first GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Halle Hunter (10). Halle is a first year swimmer with the GKST who has already proved to be a huge asset to the team in only her second meet of the season. Halle placed in all three of her individual races this weekend and also led the two relays in her age- group to top five finishes. Halle’s first two events the 100 free and the 50 free she showed great technique and professionalism as she took off a total of 27.5 seconds. On top of that Halle came back at the end of a long and hot day with a tremendous effort in the 50 backstroke that put her into the championship heat going into the finals Sunday. With a backstroke flip turn that she learned in warmups Sunday Halle was able to get fifth place in finals with another personal best time by a second.

The second GKST Athlete of the Week is Abigail Kulczyk (12). Abigail is just one of the many dedicated swimmers we have on the team. When you get in the habit of attending every single swim meet throughout the course of the season, personal best times don’t always come that easy. However Abigail has proven that to not be the case with how hard she works at practice. Abigail set all new PR’s in her three events. She also took off 13.5 seconds in her 200 freestyle exhibition race that might just be one of her events that she focuses on heading into Divisionals and State. Throughout all of Abigail’s success this weekend what stood out to the coaches the most was Abigail’s technical improvement in the butterfly. Everything in her stroke clicked this weekend as Abigail glided across the pool in the butterfly with ease. Abigail has always had laser focus on her goals and that shows in every race she swims. As we are winding down this season, GKST is very excited to see what this girl is going to accomplish on a bigger stage.

Other noteworthy performances came from Dalton Sand (14). Dalton Sand set two pool records in the 200 free and 50 fly this week. His pool records were very difficult to obtain as Lewistown has hosted some major competitions in the past few years. Dalton's times in these events just puts him seconds away from the Federation records in both races which he is working to claim by the end of this season. Sophia Larson (11) is another swimmer that has been pushing hard at practices and getting results in the competition pool. Sophia swam three technically sound races and we look forwards to watching her shave off more time this season. Last shout out goes to Grace Reyes, (10) who PR’ed in all of her individuals races without goggles. Without googles on purpose, she believes they slow her down. Grace is finding her voice within her competitive age group and it is very exciting seeing her get personal gains as the season progresses.


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Reds open with Miles City in opening round of District Legion Tourney

Monday, July 15th 2019

First Round Pairings:

Thursday at 10am: Glendive vs Billings Cardinals

Thursday at 1pm- Billings Blue Jays vs Malta Falcons

Thursday at 4pm- Miles City vs Glasgow

Thursday at 7pm: Laurel Dodgers vs Wolf Point Yellowjackts


Pioneer League Baseball

Saturday, July 13th 2019

Pioneer League
AP-BBM--Pioneer League Glance

Jul 12, 2019 11:42PM (GMT 05:42) - 150 words

By The Associated Press

W L Pct. GB
Idaho Falls (Royals) 14 10 .583 —
Missoula (Diamondbacks) 15 11 .577 —
Billings (Reds) 11 15 .423 4
Great Falls (White Sox) 10 14 .417 4
Southern Division
W L Pct. GB
Ogden (Dodgers) 20 6 .769 —
Grand Junction (Rockies) 14 12 .538 6
Rocky Mountain (Brewers) 10 16 .385 10
Orem (Angels) 8 18 .308 12
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Friday's Games
Great Falls 5, Grand Junction 4

Rocky Mountain 3, Billings 2

Missoula 6, Orem 3

Ogden 18, Idaho Falls 1

Saturday's Games
Great Falls at Grand Junction, 8:40 p.m.

Billings at Rocky Mountain, 9 p.m.

Orem at Missoula, 9:05 p.m.

Ogden at Idaho Falls, 9:15 p.m.

Sunday's Games
Orem at Idaho Falls, 6 p.m.

Great Falls at Rocky Mountain, 6 p.m.

Billings at Grand Junction, 7 p.m.

Ogden at Missoula, 7:05 p.m.


32nd Annual Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Fishing Tournament

Friday, July 12th 2019

The 32nd Annual Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Fishing Tournament is this Thursday thru Saturday. All the details are on our
Governor's Cup page.


Glasgow Reds Schedule

Friday, July 12th 2019

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team will wrap up the regular season at the First National Tournament in Williston this weekend.

They'll head to the District Tournament in Laurel July 17-21. KLTZ/Mix-93 will air all of those District Tournament games.


52nd Annual John Hahn Memorial Men's Softball Tournament Results

Monday, July 8th 2019

Congratulations to The Mill (Sidney/Billings) for winning the 52nd Annual John Hahn Memorial Men's Softball Tournament held at John Hahn Field in Fort Peck over the weekend.

The Mill defeated JMC Partnership (Billings) 16-5 in the 1st championship game to win the title and take home the $1,000 cash prize! This makes it a 3-peat for The Mill. 3rd Place went to Scottie Express Wash (Glasgow) and 4th Place to H&R Construction (Sidney).

Twelve (12) teams from Glasgow, Sidney, Billings, Miles City, Wolf Point, and Malta played 22 games over three days... Friday evening through late Sunday afternoon.

1st Place -- The Mill
2nd Place -- JMC Partnership
3rd Place -- Scottie Express Wash
4th Place -- H&R Construction

Home Run Derby Champion -- Brett Colebank, The Mill (Billings, MT.)
Offensive MVP -- OShon OldMouse, The Mill (Billings, MT.)
Defensive MVP -- Mat Staskiewicz, The Mill (Billings, MT.)

FULL GAME RESULTS:
Round 1 --
Kolstad Eye Clinic 15 Your Favorite Uncles (Glasgow) 5
Nutrien Ag Solutions (Wolf Point) 12 Victorious Secret (Glasgow) 2
Scottie Express Wash 10 Irving Law 7
H&R Construction (Sidney) 15 Handley Construction (Malta) 0
Round 2 --
ADC Foundation (Glasgow) 16 Kolstad Eye Clinic 0
JMC Partnership (Billings) 12 Nutrien Ag Solutions 2
Scottie Express Wash 14 Inglorious Batters (Miles City) 4
The Mill (Sidney/Billings) 16 H&R Construction 12
Consolation Round 1 --
Your Favorite Uncles 13 Inglorious Batters 0
Kolstad Eye Clinic 9 Irving Law 7
H&R Construction 10 Victorious Secret 2
Nutrien Ag Solutions 19 Handley Construction 12
Quarterfinals --
Scottie Express Wash 11 ADC Foundation 8
The Mill 22 JMC Partnership 12
Consolation Round 2 --
Kolstad Eye Clinic 18 Your Favorite Uncles 7
H&R Construction 24 Nutrien Ag Solutions 0
Consolation Round 3 --
JMC Partnership 28 Kolstad Eye Clinic 17
H&R Construction 11 ADC Foundation 6
Semifinals --
The Mill 13 Scottie Express Wash 2
4th Place Game --
JMC Partnership 15 H&R Construction 5
Consolation Finals (loser finishes 3rd) --
JMC Partnership 15 Scottie Express Wash 0
Championship --
The Mill 16 JMC Partnership 5


Reds Face Laurel On Saturday - Alumni Game Saturday Night

Wednesday, July 3rd 2019

Get some Red’s Baseball in this weekend! Saturday, July 6th the Red’s host a double header against Laurel at 2p.m. & 4p.m. at the Bill Connors field.

And, there will be an alumni game at 7p.m. Players are still needed for this game so please call Patrick at 406-263-1977 to sign up.


Volunteers Needed For Gov Cup

Wednesday, July 3rd 2019

The Glasgow Chamber is looking for volunteers in all areas for the 2019 Gov. Cup, July 11th – 13th.

They are also in need of 2 – 3 more patrol boats; patrol boats need a minimum of 3 people per boat.

For more information or to sign up call the Chamber Office, 228-2222.


52nd Annual John Hahn Memorial Men’s Softball Tourney

Tuesday, July 2nd 2019

We will have 12 teams in this year’s 52nd Annual John Hahn Memorial Men’s Softball Tourney in Fort Peck. We will have three games on Friday night starting at 5:15 PM.

This year’s (12) teams:

Inglorious Batters (Miles City)
The Mill (Billings)
H&R Construction (Sidney)
Nutrien Ag Solutions (Wolf Point)
Handley Construction (Malta)
JMC Partnership (Billings)
ADC Foundation
Victorious Secret (Glasgow)
Irving Law
The Eye Clinic (Glasgow)
Your Favorite Uncles (Glasgow)
Scottie Express Wash

Schedule


Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team competes in Plentwood

Tuesday, July 2nd 2019

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team competed at the Plentywood Swim Meet, June 29-30. The team took a total of 33 swimmers and scored enough points to earn them a third place trophy. Overall Plentywood was not the largest meet this season but it was packed with great competition from Scobey, Sidney, and Plentywood as those teams were at full force with a majority of their swimmers in attendance. The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team finds themselves with an unexpected break this next weekend as no competitions are scheduled during this upcoming holiday weekend. A rare occasion but will give the team some needed rest heading into their finally month of training as we inch towards Divisionals and State.

Leading the team with top three finishes at the Plentywood swim meet was Rachel Billingsley (200 IM/ 100 fly- 2nd), Holt Huntsman (25 free/ 50 free/ 25 fly- 2nd), Trevor Johnson (50 fly- 2nd, 50 free/ 100 fly- 3rd), Katie Kaiser (50 free/ 100 back/ 400 free- 1st), Abigail Kulczyk (50 breast- 1st, 200 IM- 3rd), Allie Palm (100 free/ 200 free- 3rd), Dalton Sand (100 free, 50 fly, 200 free- 1st), Haylly Turner (200 free- 3rd), and Aaron Zoanni (25 free- 3rd). Katie Kaiser and Dalton Sand also took highpoint honors in their respected age groups. This is Katie’s third meet in a row earning highpoint and Daltons fourth.

This week’s GKST Athletes of the Week will be given to two deserving individals. The first GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Haleigh Huntsman (9). Haleigh’s performances this weekend stood out because she competed well both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday Haleigh set new personal records in all three individual races and shaved a total of 12.81 seconds. Then Sunday Haleigh came back and yet again set new personal records in all her individual races. Haleigh not only excelled in her individual races but also on the two relays she swam for Glasgow. Haleigh may be on the bottom of her age group, but she is swimming with mental focus and determination well beyond her years. The GKST is very excited to see what this young lady can accomplish as the season progresses and she finds more confidence in her ability and technique.

The second GKST Athlete of the Week is Wade Fuhrman (7). Wade shocked the whole team as he started Saturday with a 23.5 second personal record in the 25 freestyle. His time was also fast enough to allow him to qualify in his first individual event ever with a 10th place finish. Later that day Wade shaved off another 28.1 seconds in his 25 backstroke putting him 4th going in to finals in that event. What makes Wade’s swim meet so remarkable is that he crushed his personal best times that he set at the Glasgow swim meet only 2 weeks prior. Wade made huge improvements in just a short about of time. The GKST family can’t wait to see what is next for up and coming, second year swimmer.

Other noteworthy performances came from Damian Cable (15) who competed in the 200 IM for the first time ever. The 200 IM arguably can be seen as one of the toughest races to swim as the individual must swim all four strokes correctly. Damian was able to get through the grueling race and came out with a 5th place finish for the team. Our last shout out goes to Heath (8) and Kacie Hankins (9) who continue to set new personal records in their debut year of swimming.


GRD Co-ed Softball

Tuesday, July 2nd 2019

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 26th 2019

Gateway def. Alley’s Palace 18-10
Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial def. Aune Masonry 19-12
Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Northern Lights 19-15

Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Alley’s Palace 32-9
Gateway def. Aune Masonry 19-5
Northern Lights def. Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial 14-13

League Standings
Northern Lights 8-2
Tootsies/Naked Acres 8-2
Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial 7-3
Gateway 5-5
Alley’s Palace 1-9
Aune Masonry 1-9

Games in Two Weeks:
Wednesday, July 10th 2019

6:00PM Field 1: Tootsies/Naked Acres vs. Gateway
Field 2: Northern Lights vs. Aune Masonry
Field 3: Alley’s Palace vs. Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial

7:30PM Field 1: Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial vs. Gateway
Field 2: Aune Masonry vs. Tootsies/Naked Acres
Field 3: Northern Lights vs. Alley’s Palace


Reds Drop Two To Miles City

Sunday, June 30th 2019

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team lost both games of a double-header vs. the Miles City Mavericks on Sunday.

Miles City won 11-3 and 4-3 in the twin bill.


Montana Sports

Tuesday, June 25th 2019

BOZEMAN, Mont. – The Montana State track and field program announced the addition of four student-athletes to the men's and women's teams for the 2019-20 season. MSU director Lyle Weese confirmed the previous signings of Evelyn Adams, Will Prettyman and Maisee Brown, while Weese also announced on Monday that Damien Nelson will be joining the Bobcats next season.

Nelson and Prettyman will both join the Bobcat men's squad's sprints group. Adams will compete in a variety of areas for the MSU women's team and Brown will pole vault for the Bobcat women.

"These four additions to the Bobcat Family continue the building of a particularly strong group of newcomers," MSU Director of Track and Field Lyle Weese said. "The men's recruiting class is loaded with individuals possessing the ability to make a substantial immediate impact. The class is only strengthened and its quality exemplified by the ability and performance level Will and Damien demonstrated in their high school careers. On the women's side, Evelyn and Maisee have the ability to make substantial and immediate contributions.

"With these additions, we are nearing completion of men's and women's recruiting classes that has the coaching staff excited about the future."
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Lexi Deden, an all-state basketball player for Missoula Sentinel, has given a verbal commitment to play for Montana State. She is a 6'1 forward who averaged nearly 15 points per game this past season as a junior.
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HELENA — Carroll College track and field seniors Keely Ehmann and Hannah Porch were named to the Google Cloud academic all-America second team, as selected by CoSIDA.

“For these two cornerstones of our track program to cap off their careers as academic all-Americans is special,” Saints coach Harry Clark said. “We pride ourselves on our rigorous academics. What these two have done in the classroom and on the track over four years is a feat few, if any, will match.”

The award is voted on by members of CoSIDA using the following criteria: a student-athlete with at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) at his/her current institution.

Ehmann and Porch are two of 21 student-athletes selected from a national pool of talented candidates. Only one other program, Taylor University (three), had more women selected as all-Americans.

Ehmann finished up her senior season at nationals this past weekend as part of the 4×400 relay team. It was her 11th time qualifying for nationals in an event. She’s been a national champion as part of the Saints’ 4×400 indoor relay team and a five-time all-American. The senior from Darby graduated with a 3.8 GPA with a degree in public health.

Porch, a senior from Missoula, holds Carroll records in the 60, 100, 200, 4×100 and long jump. She’s a six-time all-American and has qualified for nationals in 16 events. She graduated with a degree in nursing while holding a 3.77 GPA.
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Former Montana State standout Tyler Hall has been added to the Chicago Bulls' summer league roster. He worked out for the Bulls earlier this month; Chicago's first of 4 summer league games is July 5th.
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BILLINGS — The Big Sky State Games is hosting the 6th Annual SOAKED Run in Billings Friday, July 19th. The non-timed two mile fun run includes water features, a foam machine, slip and slides and more. The first wave begins at 6:00 p.m. in Pioneer Park. The run is open to everyone; runners, walkers, fast or slow. Just be prepared to get soaked!

Register online at bigskygames.org by July 1st to be guaranteed a micromesh T-shirt. Online registration will be accepted until July 17th. On July 18th register at the Transwestern Building #2 (490 N. 31st St.) from 4:00-6:00 p.m., or race day, Friday July 19th register at the south east corner of Pioneer Park from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Soaked finishes in Daylis Stadium, kicking off the Big Sky State Games Opening Ceremonies. The evening includes music, food, kids events, Parade of Athletes, entertainment, Montana Mile, Judo Olympic Medlaist- Marti Malloy, and the torch lighting ceremony.

The Soaked Run Sponsors include Visit Billings Montana’s Trailhead, Billings Fire Department, Billings Parks and Recreation, and Meadow Gold. The Big Sky State Games Major Sponsors are Kampgrounds of America, First Interstate Bank, and BlueCross BlueShield of Montana. Wendy’s sponsors Opening Ceremonies.


Glasgow Reds Schedule This Week

Monday, June 24th 2019

Monday, June 24th - @ Malta
Wednesday, June 26th - @ Wolf Point
Friday, June 28th - @ Colstrip
Saturday, June 29th - hosting Billings Cardinals at 11 a.m., 1 p.m.
Sunday, June 30th - hosting Miles City Mavericks at 1 and 3 p.m.


Fall Scottie Sports Schedule

Monday, June 24th 2019

The fall sports schedule has been release for Glasgow High School.

Cross country will start the season at the Billings Invitational on Friday, August 39th.

Volleyball will hold the Red & White Showcase at 6 p.m. on Monday, August 26th, then travel to the Choteau Invitational on August 30-31.

The Scottie football team will hold the Red And White Game at 6 p.m. on Friday, August 30th. They will open the season in Conrad on Friday, September 6th.

Fall Sports Schedule


Swim Team Competes In Roundup

Monday, June 24th 2019

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team was competing in Roundup this weekend with 11 swimmers. The team had a fantastic meet as all 11 swimmers qualified in one or more of their individual events and got to compete on Sunday. This was an impressive feat as the majority of the day Saturday it pouring rain at the swim meet. Many teams were having issues with swimmers not properly warmed up, but the GKST did their due diligence to make sure they were ready to compete in every single race. The team will be heading to Plentywood next week where they hope to bring more swimmers to the competition.

Leading the team with top three finishes was Raelee Dowden (100 fly- 1st, 100 free/100 back- 2nd), Katie Kaiser (50 free/ 100 back/ 400 free- 1st), Allie Palm (100 free- 3rd), Grace Reyes (100IM- 3rd), and Dalton Sand (200 free/ 100 free/ 50 fly- 1st). Katie Kaiser and Dalton Sand also took highpoint honors in their respected age groups. This is Katie’s second meet in a row earning highpoint and Daltons 3rd.

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Raelee Dowden (15). Raelee had a standout meet this past weekend in Roundup on both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday morning Raelee began her meet with a very competitive race in the 200 IM. She didn’t achieve her best time but all strokes showed great technical skill for this early in the season. Throughout the meet Raelee swam the 100 breast, 100 fly, and 50 fly exhibition race where she was able to set personal records in all three. Her most notable performance of the weekend was the 100 fly Sunday. Raelee was competing against a fierce season competitor that had just narrowly defeated Raelee in the 100 breaststroke only an hour before. However when 100 fly started Raelee swam a gutsy race from start to finish and acquired a well-deserved personal best time by 3.64 seconds.

Other noteworthy performances came from Allie Palm (12) and Abigail Kulczyk (12) who both found themselves in the championship heat of the 50 fly Sunday and showed great stroke improvement from Saturday to Sunday. Dalton Sand (14) also swam great times in the 50 fly at Roundup. He set a new personal record and pushed just one more step closer to breaking the federation record in the event. The last shout out goes to Carly Sawyer (11) and Kaylly Turner (10). Both girls qualified for Sunday in an individual event. Both find themselves in two very competitive age groups. They have been working really hard at practices to try and find what events they will be the most competitive at in future swim meets.


Revised Glasgow Reds weekend schedule

Saturday, June 22nd 2019

Summer storms have caused a few changes to this weekends Reds schedule:

Reds vs Billings Cardinals at home has been moved from Friday, June 21st to Saturday, June 29th at 11:00 am & 1:00 pm.

Reds vs Colstrip Rangers has been canceled as well.


Reds vs Colstrip @ Colstrip has been moved from Sunday, June 23rd to Friday, June 28th at 2:00 & 4:00 pm.


4th Annual FORE the Kids Cup Golf Tournament Postponed

Saturday, June 22nd 2019

The 4th Annual FORE the Kids Cup Golf Tournament which was set for Sunday, June 23rd has been postponed to July 28th due to wet conditions.

A tournament created to raise funds solely for a scholarship dedicated to students that participate in the Scottie Golf Program – this tournament is an 18-hole, chapman format tournament for 2 players, both youths & adults are welcome to play, with an 8” cup. It’s all fun & a great way to raise money for our future golfers.

Call Sunnyside, 228-9519, to sign up, or call Jenn Jackson, 263-7339, or Sandy Maczka, 263-4861, with any questions or to donate to this great non-profit fundraiser!


GRD Co-ed Softball

Friday, June 21st 2019

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 19th 2019

Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Aune Masonry 22-1
Northern Lights def. Alley’s Palace 20-5
Gateway def. Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial 23-12

Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial def. Tootsies/Naked Acres 18-3
Aune Masonry def. Alley’s Palace 18-12
Northern Lights def. Gateway 13-5

League Standings
Northern Lights 7-1
Tootsies/Naked Acres 6-2
Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial 6-2
Gateway 3-5
Alley’s Palace 1-7
Aune Masonry 1-7

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, June 26th 2019

6:00PM Field 1: Alley’s Palace vs. Gateway
Field 2: Aune Masonry vs. Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial
Field 3: Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial vs. Gateway

7:30PM Field 1: Alley’s Palace vs. Tootsies/Naked Acres
Field 2: Aune Masonry vs. Gateway
Field 3: Northern Lights vs. Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial


Glasgow Defeats Malta 13-0 in American Legion Baseball, Game 1 of 2

Wednesday, June 19th 2019


Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Meet Results

Monday, June 17th 2019

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team hosted its home swim meet this weekend at the Municipal City Pool. The meet had a great turn out as this was the biggest meet of the season thus far with 245 swimmers attending. Glasgow had 38 swimmers competing with 9 first year swimmers making a splash in the pool. Overall the meet went smoothly other than an unexpected thunderstorm coming to town Sunday causing the meet to be cancelled with only about an hour left of competition. Since the backstroke and butterfly races were not swam on Sunday due to the weather swimmers received the same place as they did the day prior.

Leading the team with top three finishes was Rachel Billingsley (100 fly- 2nd, 200 IM/ 100 breast- 3rd), Raelee Dowden (100 fly- 1st, 200 IM/ 100 breast- 2nd), Holt Huntsman (50 free/ 25 fly- 3rd), Trevor Johnson (50 free/ 50 fly- 2nd, 100 free- 3rd), Katie Kaiser (50 free/ 50 fly/ 100 back- 1st), Abigail Kulczyk (50 breast- 1st, 200 IM- 3rd), and Dalton Sand (200 IM, 100 free, 50 fly- 1st). Katie Kaiser and Dalton Sand also took highpoint honors in their respected age groups.

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Holt Huntsman (8). Holt is our second Bantam of the year to receive this award with Aaron Zoanni receiving the honor last week. It was a very difficult decision this week since we had 38 athletes competing at our home swim meet. However, Holt was chosen because he not only had fantastic races Saturday but came back Sunday and continued to beat his PR’s that he had just set the day prior! In all his races Sunday he cut off time and even moved up 1 to 2 places in his events. Holt not only had strong individual performances but relay performance’s as well. Holt was on the Bantam Boys Free Relay and Medley Relay that placed 2nd both days with very promising times for the season. As the season progresses the GKST is very excited to see what not only Holt Huntsman can accomplish but his fellow Bantam Boys (8 and under) as they all make strides at learning all the strokes and perfecting their technique.

Other noteworthy performances came from our first years swimmers who competed in their first swim meet- Heath Hankins (8), Kacie Hankins (12), Halle Hunter (10), Jack Miller (9), Molly Miller (5), Shonna Taylor (10), and Toni Williams (10). These 7 swimmers all swam their very best with giant smiles on their faces and the GKST can’t wait to see how these up and coming swimmers are going to benefit our team in the future. Mitchel Winchester (15) was another individual that had a great first meet this season. Mitchel swam with the GKST 5 years prior and joined again this year and now finds himself in a very competitive 15- 19 age group. However, Mitchel held his own and placed in all three of his freestyle races (50 free, 100 free, and 400 free). The last shout goes to Aubrey Farrar (9) who is a second year swimmer that swam the breaststroke legally in her 50 breast exhibition race and on a medley relay. On top of this Aubrey placed in all three of her individual events despite being at the bottom of her age group.


Longest Dam Race

Monday, June 17th 2019

The 25th annual Longest Dam Race was held last weekend. Find all the results on our race page


9th Annual "Chappy" Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament Results

Monday, June 17th 2019

Pictured: 1st Place - Skoden (Billings)

Eight (8) teams made it to Fort Peck this weekend for the 9th Annual "Chappy" Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament and 14 Games were played out on John Hahn Field! Action started bright and early Saturday morning. Eight games were contested on Saturday. The final six teams closed out the action today with 6 more games.

Here are the complete final results:
Saturday:
First Round --
Rocks Auto Mall 12 Northern Lights Casino 11
Fort Peck Marina 12 Busted Knuckle 6
# Skoden (Billings) 16 Alley's Palace 0
Screamin' Gophers (Frazer) 21 Out Crowd (Miles City) 16
1st Round Consolation --
Northern Lights Casino 14 Alley's Palace 1
Busted Knuckle 15 Out Crowd 6
Quarterfinals --
# Skoden 17 Rocks Auto Mall 14
Fort Peck Marina 20 Screamin' Gophers 1
Sunday:
2nd Round Consolation --
Northern Lights Casino 2 Screamin' Gophers 0 (Forfeit)
Busted Knuckle 19 Rock's Auto Mall 3
Semifinals -
# Skoden 12 Fort Peck Marina 10
4th Place Game -
Busted Knuckle 10 Northern Lights Casino 4
3rd Place Game -
Busted Knuckle 14 Fort Peck Marina 2
Championship -
# Skoden 14 Busted Knuckle 10
1st Place - # Skoden (Billings)
2nd Place - Busted Knuckle
3rd Place - Fort Peck Marina
4th Place - Northern Lights Casino

Male MVP - Tyson Schlabs (# Skoden)
Female MVP - Marissa Cumber (# Skoden)
Male Home Run Derby Champion - Tyson Schlabs (# Skoden)
Female Home Run Derby Champion - Marissa Cumber (# Skoden)
Total Teams - 8


FORE Kids Cup Golf Tournament Is June 23

Monday, June 17th 2019

Pictured on the 18th Green are (L to R): Lexie Pehlke, Riley Smith, Donny Brabeck, Ian Peterson, Saul Hansen, Sam Knierim, Aiden Hoerster, Heide Moon, Keigan Ingram. Front Row: Charlie Cornwell

The 4th Annual FORE the Kids Cup Golf Tournament will be Sunday, June 23rd at Sunnyside Golf Course! A tournament created to raise funds solely for a scholarship dedicated to students that participate in the Scottie Golf Program! This tournament is an 18-hole, chapman format tournament for two players, both youths and adults are welcome to play, with an 8” cup!! It’s all fun and a great way to raise money for our future golfers!! Pictured are the students that participated in the 2018 tournament and our Annual ‘Drive, Chip & Putt’ contest, where one student goes away with a Student Membership!! Call Sunnyside at 228-9519 to sign up, or call Jenn Jackson at 263-7339 or Sandy Maczka at 263-4861 with any questions or to donate to this great Non-Profit Fundraiser!


GRD Co-ed Softball

Monday, June 17th 2019

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 12th 2019

Gateway def. Aune Masonry 14-5
Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Alley’s Palace 22-2
Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial def. Northern Lights 17-6

Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Gateway 16-4
Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial def. Alley’s Palace 21-5
Northern Lights def. Aune Masonry 19-12

League Standings
Northern Lights 5-1
Tootsies/Naked Acres 5-1
Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial 5-1
Gateway 2-4
Alley’s Palace 1-5
Aune Masonry 0-6

Games This Week:
Wednesday, June 19th 2019

6:00PM Field 1: Aune Masonry vs. Tootsies/Naked Acres
Field 2: Northern Lights vs. Alley’s Palace
Field 3: Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial vs. Gateway

7:30PM Field 1: Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial vs. Tootsies/Naked Acres
Field 2: Aune Masonry vs. Alley’s Palace
Field 3: Northern Lights vs. Gateway


Arron Chatten Memorial Softball Tournament Is This Weekend

Thursday, June 13th 2019

The 9th Annual Arron Chatten Memorial Softball Tournament is this weekend, June 14th - 16th at the John Hahn Field in Fort Peck. Everyone is welcome to come support the tournament. For more information contact Jory, 406-698-4743 or Brenner, 263-7909.


2019 Cal Ripken Baseball Tourney starts Thursday

Wednesday, June 12th 2019

The 2019 Cal Ripken Majors Tourney begins Thursday at Jeff Jergens Field in Glasgow and continues through Monday:

Thursday at 5:30pm: Glasgow Distributors vs Fossums
Friday at 5:30pm: CHMS/Pepsi vs First Community Bank
Friday at 7:30pm- Albertsons/Courier vs winner of Glasgow Distributors/Fossums


Hi-Line Babe Ruth Baseball District Tournament starts Thursday

Wednesday, June 12th 2019

The Hi-Line Babe Ruth Baseball District Tournament starts Thursday and runs through Monday at Bill Connors Field in Glasgow:

Thursday at 6pm- Froid vs Scobey
Thursday at 8pm- Coke vs Plentywood
Friday at 6pm- Nemont vs winner of Froid/Scobey
Friday at 8pm- Wolf Point vs winner of Coke/Plentywood


Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team Starts Season

Monday, June 10th 2019

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team officially started its season at the Harlem Invitational last weekend. The team sent 5 swimmers to the meet with no practice prior to the competition. Overall our swimmers were very competitive with the other athletes and got some much needed pool time and racing experience.

This weekend the GKST was competing again in Chinook. The team took 18 swimmers to the cold and rainy two day meet. Leading the team with top 3 finishes was Rachel Billingsley (100 fly- 2nd, 200 IM- 3rd), Raelee Dowden (100 fly-1st, 200 IM/ 100 breast- 2nd), Abigail Kulczyk (50 back- 3rd), Ava Reyes (100 free- 2nd), Dalton Sand (200 IM/ 200 free/ 100 fly- 1st), and Aaron Zoanni (25 free/ 50 free- 3rd).

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes Aaron Zoanni (8). At Chinook this weekend Aaron started his second season with the team on a high note. Aaron was able to qualify for the second day of competition in all three of his individual races. In both of Aaron’s freestyle races he was able to drop a total of 7.5 seconds from his best times from last season. Aaron proved this weekend that he did not miss a beat during the off season. The GKST and his coaches are looking forward to seeing what this young swimmer can accomplish throughout this season.

Other noteworthy performance came from Snow Saiz (5) who is the youngest swimmer on the team this season. Snow showed great composure and enthusiasm for all her events at Chinook. She also competed in the 25 freestyle with no assistance which is a big feat for her age. Abigail Kulczyk had a big day also swimming close to her personal bests in all her events.

Also, Dalton Sand took home High point honors in the 13-14 Intermediate Boys Age Group.


Longest Dam Race Is This Saturday

Monday, June 10th 2019

Press Release

Tired of the long spring and crappy weather? Think of getting into shape by taking a walk or run enjoying the sounds and smells of the great outdoors with family and friends. Think about a day at Kiwanis Park at Fort Peck Lake, MT. Think about signing up for the 25th Annual Longest Dam Race to be held June 15, 2019 at Fort Peck Dam, Fort Peck MT.

The race offers something for everyone. The race 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, which participants are bused to the start, and will go down a gravel road for approximately 1K and finish at Kiwanis Park. The ever so popular one mile walk/run will be will be on Yellowstone Road in front of Kiwanis Park, which is a flat course that is paved. This course is perfect for all ages and is very fun for the whole family.

New this year, we have added a non-competitive 1 mile walk/run. This race will be on the nature trail in Kiwanis Park, while the competitive 1 mile walk/run will be out on the highway in front of Kiwanis Park.

The bike route begins will also begin at the east end of the Fort Peck Dam. The novice bike is also across the dam and finishes at Kiwanis Park. The bike course has flaggers in the front and rear to ensure safety on the road. This year we have once again hired Competitive Timing out of Whitefish, MT to time each event, with the exception of the non-competitive 1 mile wallk/run. Each race participant will have a timing tag to ensure more timely and accurate results. All races are assisted by FMDH EMT’s, local law enforcement, and dozens of volunteers.

Registration is $25.00 for each participant and $5.00 for each additional event. Participants 10 years old and younger the fee is $10.00. Runners can sign up online at runsignup.com. The first 75 entries will receive a discounted ticket for the weekend performance of Lend me a Tenor.

The Longest Dam Race is sponsored by the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture. For more information, call 406-228-2222 or www.glasgowchamber.net.


GRD Co-ed Softball

Monday, June 10th 2019

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 5th 2019

Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial 15-4
Northern Lights def. Gateway 18-15
Alley’s Palace def. Aune Masonry 16-8

Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial def. Aune Masonry 18-4
Northern Lights def. Tootsies/Naked Acres 17-14
Gateway def. Alley’s Palace 18-11

League Standings
Northern Lights 4-0
Tootsies/Naked Acres 3-1
Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial 3-1
Gateway 1-3
Alley’s Palace 1-3
Aune Masonry 0-4

Games This Week:
Wednesday, June 12th 2019

6:00PM Field 1: Aune Masonry vs. Gateway
Field 2: Alley’s Palace vs. Tootsies/Naked Acres
Field 3: Northern Lights vs. Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial

7:30PM Field 1: Tootsies/Naked Acres vs. Gateway
Field 2: Alley’s Palace vs. Cottonwood/Thrivent Financial
Field 3: Northern Lights vs. Aune Masonry


Reds win two in Havre

Sunday, June 9th 2019

The Glasgow Reds were in Havre yesterday for a couple of non-conference games. In game one JT Sprague threw a complete game as the Reds defeated the Great Falls Thunder 6 – 2. Game two Rance Rhoads threw five innings and John Cremer came in and closed it out for the Reds as they defeated Medicine Hat 9 – 4. This gives the Reds an overall record of 7 wins and 3 losses on the season, a conference record of 5 & 3 and a five game winning streak as they head to Miles City today for a double header against the Miles City Mavericks. On Thursday they will be in Billings to take on the Billings Blue Jays and then finish the week in Lewistown for the Harold Gjerde Tournament.


Glasgow defeats Wolf Point in boy's high school baseball

Friday, June 7th 2019


Glasgow defeats Wolf Point in boy's high school baseball

Friday, June 7th 2019


Spring Sports Academic All-State recipients released for GHS

Wednesday, June 5th 2019

The following underclassmen received academic all state for the spring sports season and have been added to the list of recipients from the Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet:

Track & Field
Koby Regalado
Dylan Nieskens
Tyann Graham
Riley Noser
Keely Fossum
Wilson Overby
Anika Peters
Brennan Peters
Tim Wageman
Iris McKean
Bergen Miller
Blaire Westby
Ali Cunningham
Lauren Padden

Golf
Donny Brabck
Saul Hansen
Shanice Lagerquist
Kylie Lagerquist

Softball
Taylor Pederson
Chloe Moore


Harris and Lowrey win Catfish Classic

Monday, June 3rd 2019

6/1/19 (Glasgow, MT) - The 20th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic was historic in more ways than one. In the weeks leading up to the tournament, the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce announced a “New” event in conjunction with the Catfish Classic. The Inaugural Milk River Catfish Days brought a whole new flavor to downtown Glasgow that lasted the entire weekend. The community enjoyed two nights of live music, a pancake breakfast, a bloody mary and breakfast burrito brunch hosted by the Elks, a Corn hole tournament for both youth and adults, a beer pong tournament, a catfish fry catered by the Cottonwood, the school’s out carnival hosted by the Children’s Museum, a 1 Mile / 5k Race called the Catfish Crawl, a pitching booth hosted by the Glasgow Reds, Catfish “Crazy Days” for vendors and retail stores alike, a youth fishing tournament at Home Run Pond, and a youth outdoors clinic hosted by the Hi-Line Sportsmen. All of the aforementioned events added to the traditional; Friday night Calcutta, Social, and Street Dance, the 20th Annual Cat Classic, and the “Famous Midnight Weigh-ins” to make this year’s version one that will not be soon forgotten.
This year’s 80-team field was filled during the first month of open registration. Five teams were pulled off of a waiting list as the tournament neared making it a mix of veteran and inexperienced tournament anglers. This year’s roster was also littered with an abundance of local anglers and teams from all over the region; most notably Montana Cats Circuit anglers from Billings, Laurel, Sidney, and everywhere in between.

In previous years we have had high water, low water, warm weather, cold weather, windy, no wind, and just about every possible condition you can imagine. This year was interesting for the simple fact that the weather was cooperative for tournament night and most of the week leading up to the event. Weather hovered in the 80s on Friday and again on tournament day. Little to no wind, no precipitation, and slightly dropping water conditions provided anglers with a chance to put up big weights and the entire 80-team field did NOT disappoint.

Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., and Steve Lowrey, Fairview, MT. are Cat Classic veterans and they hit the shoreline running on Saturday night. These teammates own jet boats and live on the Yellowstone River, but went it came to navigating the Cat Classic on an evening where water levels were average, the teammates elected that sticking to the shore would be in their best interest. Boy are they happy they did! This is Harris’ 11thyear fishing the event and he has particularly focused on one main stretch of river and reading it and studying it as much as he can. Their time was now. The Richland County catfish junkies toted their 5 cats up on the stage at nearly 1:00 AM and watched the scale dial up to an impressive 36.42 lbs. Good enough to take home the 20thAnnual Cat Classic Championship and command a loud ovation from an estimated 500 spectators in attendance.

Claiming runner-up honors was the sibling duo of, Carter Pedersen, Wolf Point, MT., and Peyton Pedersen, Billings, MT., with an impressive basket of fish in their own right. The anglers weighed in a limit of 34.81 lbs. Carter also claimed the Jumbo Whiskers Award for the largest catfish of the evening with his 11.12 lb. behemoth. The fish is a trophy Milk River Cat in every sense of the word. Maybe the most impressive of all is the fact that Peyton had never fished the event prior to this year and Carter had just made his debut the previous year.

Defending Champions and Glasgow natives, Jason Flaten and Cole Plouffe put together another impressive night of fishing, following up last year’s championship with a weight of 32.94 lbs. Just under their total weight from 2018. Bo Boreson and Vance Anderson finished just ½ lb. back of 3rdplace with 32.41 lbs. Brady Flaten and Jason Molstad rounded out the top five with a weight of 31.64 lbs. The finish marks an 11thTop 5 finish for Flaten in 20 years of fishing the event.
Three native local teams finished 6thto 8th respectively. Brendan Waarvik and DJ Elletson, Joel Smith and Marc Kloker, Timm Canen and Aimee Kloeckner ALL weighed in over 30 lbs. making it the first time in Cat Classic history that eight teams could make the claim of catching 30+ lbs.
Montana Cats Circuit anglers; Rod Seder, Billings, MT., Rob Seder, Hardin, MT. and Bobby Wise, Billings, MT., Robert Wise, Billings, MT. claimed the last two spots in the all-important “Top 10”.
A record tying twenty-eight teams weighed in 20+ lbs. and an all-time Montana Cats Circuit record 78 teams weighed in fish! Congratulations to the entire tournament field for being a part of a history making night of fishing.

The Montana Catfish Association would like to take this time to thank the following sponsors for the 20thAnnual Milk River Catfish Classic: Glasgow TBID, Nemont Beverage Corporation (Busch Light), Montana Bar, Thompson and Sons, Scottie Nation Apparel, Ag-Land Co-op Glasgow, D&G Sports & Western, Thrivent Financial Shelly George, Newton Motors, B’n’M Poles, Whisker Seeker Tackle, Cat River Anchors, RS Jet Boat Anchors, and Hi-Line Sportsmen. Also a HUGE thanks you to all of those local businesses that sponsored the Glasgow Chamber’s Inaugural Milk River Catfish Days. You are all greatly appreciated. We hope to have everyone back on board for next year’s Milk River Catfish Days and the 21stAnnual Cat Classic on June 5th-7th, 2020.
In the meantime enjoy the completed final results from this weekend below and gear up for the 3rdleg of the 2019 MT Cats Circuit. The 11thAnnual Monster Cat Roundup in Sidney, MT. on Saturday July 20th.

20thAnnual Milk River Catfish Classic
Final Results 6/1/2019

1. Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., Steve Lowrey, Fairview, MT. 36.42
2. Carter Pedersen, Wolf Point, MT., Peyton Pedersen, Billings, MT. 34.81
3. Jason Flaten, West Wendover, NV., Cole Plouffe, Glendive, MT. 32.94
4. Bo Boreson, Perrysville, IN., Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT. 32.41
5. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 31.64
6. Brendan Waarvik, Billings, MT., DJ Elletson, Glasgow, MT. 30.94
7. Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT., Marc Kloker, Glasgow, MT. 30.35
8. Timm Canen, Miles City, MT., Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT. 30.20
9. Rod Seder, Billings, MT., Rob Seder, Hardin, MT. 28.96
10. Bobby Wise, Billings, MT., Robert Wise, Billings, MT. 28.85
11. Jacob Aune, Glasgow, MT., Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT. 28.47
12. Callahan Belling, Richland, MT., JD Bailey, Opheim, MT. 27.05
13. Jake Knaff, Hinsdale, MT., Colt Knaff, Hinsdale, MT. 25.99
14. Cale Swanson, Glasgow, MT., Dominik Zimdars, Glasgow, MT. 25.88
15. Corey Bushman, Billings, MT., Matt Bushman, Billings, MT. 25.02
16. Cody Tribby, Glasgow, MT., Dylan Sander, Glasgow, MT. 24.57
17. Steve Norcutt, Glasgow, MT., Brien Norcutt, Glasgow, MT. 24.31
18. Casey Peterson, Sidney, MT., Tobin Bell, Sidney, MT. 24.21
19. Eric Billmeyer, Turner, MT., Casey Riggin, Glasgow, MT. 24.12
20. Chris Kolstad, Williston, ND., Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT. 24.07
21. Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT., Tyler Thomas, Lewistown, MT. 23.96
22. Brady Burgess, Glasgow, MT., Myles Kittleson, Glasgow, MT. 22.22
23. Scott Redstone , Glasgow, MT., Aidan Redstone, Glasgow, MT. 21.97
24. Tyler George, Sheridan, WY., Ryan George, Joliet, MT. 21.74
25. Dan Achten, Laurel, MT., Amber Achten, Laurel, MT. 21.48
26. Cody King, Minot, ND., Casey King, Glasgow, MT. 21.21
27. Curtis Meiers, Missoula, MT., Jacob Meiers, Nashua, MT. 20.70
28. Dave George, Glasgow, MT., Candy Lagerquist, Glasgow, MT. 20.51
29. Kyle Gibson, Glasgow, MT., Trevin Gibson, Glasgow, MT. 19.94
30. Blaine Berg, Glendive, MT., Damen Scherting, Glendive, MT. 19.91
31. Jerry Molstad, Miles City, MT., Nate Molstad, Havre, MT. 19.81
32. David Irving, Glasgow, MT., Rod Ost, Glasgow, MT. 19.76
Troy Vandall, Glasgow, MT., Tristin Vandall, Glasgow, MT. 19.76
34. Jeff Irving, Belgrade, MT., Dylan Hughes, Glasgow, MT. 19.67
35. Blake Gauer, Park City, MT., Lindsey Gauer, Park City, MT. 19.57
36. Seth Combs, Beulah, North Dakota, Mark Combs, Glasgow, MT. 19.42
37. Steve Harris., Sidney, MT., Quinten Nelson, Sidney, MT. 19.09
38. Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT., Dustin Braaten, Fort Peck, MT. 19.01
39. Andrew Malmend, Saco, MT., Mike Vinson, Glasgow, MT. 18.96
40. Mike Zoanni, Glasgow, MT., Nate Doornek, Glasgow, MT. 18.51
41. Sam Malmend, Vandalia, MT., Wrangler Jones, Hinsdale, MT. 17.82
42. Landon Holte, Fort Peck, MT., Carter Holte, Fort Peck, MT. 17.60
43. Tara Geer, Glasgow, MT., Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT. 17.38
44. Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Keegan Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. 17.33
45. Hawk Hockhalter, Bismarck, ND., Dale Borgen, Glasgow, MT. 17.10
46. Kevin Howie, Billings, MT., Travis Kennedy, Billings, MT. 16.91
47. Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT., Autumn Gault, Glasgow, MT. 16.90
48. Brodie Boreson, Hinsdale, MT., Alex Partridge, Glasgow, MT. 16.48
49. Katie Anderson, Glasgow, MT., Cody Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 16.46
50. Hayden Clark, St. Marie, MT., Blaine White, Glasgow, MT. 16.29
51. Wayne Linder, Glasgow, MT., Keigan Ingram, Glasgow, MT. 15.66
52. Cody Evans, Billings, MT., Jeremy Johnson, Worden, MT. 15.00
53. Shawn Hopstad, Glasgow, MT., Chaz Hopstad, Glasgow, MT. 14.68
54. Ed Sugg, Verndale, MN., Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT. 14.51
55. Stone Tahista, Nashua, MT., Mike Merideth, Nashua, MT. 14.37
56. Coel Stutheit, Glasgow, MT., John Grimes, Glasgow, MT. 14.17
57. Paul Parra, Laurel, MT., Renea Parra, Laurel, MT. 13.73
58. Colton Hill, Dickinson, ND., Wyatt Pedersen, Glasgow, MT. 13.33
59. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT., Drew Henry, Glasgow, MT. 12.84
60. George Stuckers, Sidney, MT., Cody Stensland, Fairview, MT. 12.82
61. Bob Kemp, Glasgow, MT., Jodi Schock, Glasgow, MT. 12.64
62. Cooper Larson, Glasgow, MT., Dylan Linder, Glasgow, MT. 11.17
63. Karl Krause, Glasgow, MT., Jake Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 11.14
64. Terry King, St. Marie, MT., Lindsey Brune, St. Marie, MT. 10.68
65. Perry Vandersloot, Laurel, MT., Alyssa Vandersloot, Laurel, MT. 10.09
66. Melissa Sigmundstad, Glasgow, MT., Briana Page, Glasgow, MT. 9.59
67. Curtis Shipman, Glasgow, MT., Darci Shipman, Glasgow, MT. 9.41
68. Craig Compton, Mount Ulla, NC., Quentin Compton, Glasgow, MT. 9.17
69. Spencer Marsh, Glasgow, MT., Caleb Lagree, Glasgow, MT. 9.07
70. Jason Schultz, Glasgow, MT., Hunter Schultz, Glasgow. MT. 8.01
71. Andy Gardner, Dickinson, ND., Greg Fewer, Glasgow, MT. 7.55
72. Robert Petersen, Billings, MT., Jayson Riggin, Billings, MT. 7.34
Todd Lindsay, Billings, MT., Kellie Lindsay, Billings, MT. 7.34
74. Rick Pedersen, Nashua, MT., Marcia Pedersen, Nashua, MT. 7.23
75. Kobe Sibley, Glasgow, MT., Trevor Klind, Glasgow, MT. 7.13
76. Aaron Wittmer, Havre, MT., Derek Mahlum, Havre, MT. 5.42
77. Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT., Garrett Morken, Glasgow, MT. 4.47
78. Spencer Gay, Glendive, MT., Pat Gay, Glasgow, MT. 2.53
79. Shawn Weber, Billings, MT., Kade Compton, Billings, MT. 0
80. Tyler Johnson, Nashua, MT., Zach Watts, Nashua, MT. 0

Jumbo Whiskers Award -- Carter Pedersen 11.12 lbs.
Big Whiskers Award -- Steve Harris Sr. 9.75 lbs.


Reds split doubleheader with Glendive

Sunday, June 2nd 2019

The Glasgow Reds split a doubleheader with Glendive on Saturday. Glendive won the first game 7-3 while the Reds won game two by a score of 2-1.

The Reds will travel to Glendive for a doublheader on Sunday.


Glasgow Reds On The Radio

Friday, May 31st 2019

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team is in action this weekend at Bill Connors Field. They will host the Glendive Blue Devils in a double-header starting at 1 p.m. KLTZ will broadcast the first game.

The Reds will travel to Glendive on Sunday, then to Billings to face the Cardinals on June 5th.


GRD Co-ed Softball

Friday, May 31st 2019

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, May 29th 2019

Northern Lights def. Aune Masonry 19-13
Cottonwood Inn & Suites def. Alley’s Palace 23-6
Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Gateway via forfeit

Northern Lights def. Alley’s Palace 20-7
Cottonwood Inn & Suites def. Gateway via forfeit
Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Aune Masonry 23-10

League Standings
Tootsies/Naked Acres 2-0
Cottonwood Inn & Suites 2-0
Northern Lights 2-0
Aune Masonry 0-2
Alley’s Palace 0-2
Gateway 0-2

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, June 5th 2019

6:00PM Field 1: Cottonwood Inn & Suites vs. Tootsies/Naked Acres
Field 2: Northern Lights vs. Gateway
Field 3: Aune Masonry vs. Alley’s Palace

7:30PM Field 1: Aune Masonry vs. Cottonwood Inn & Suites
Field 2: Northern Lights vs. Tootsies/Naked Acres
Alley’s Palace vs. Gateway


20th Annual Catfish Classic Tournament Is Saturday

Thursday, May 30th 2019

The 20th Annual Catfish Classic Tournament is taking place up & down the Milk River Sat. June 1st.

The Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce has added an entire weekend of events to the tournament this year with their 1st ever “Milk River Catfish Days.” Check out the Chamber’s website, www.GlasgowChamber.net for a full schedule of events.

It’ll include cornhole & beer pong tournaments, a catfish feed, Catfish Crazy Days at participating retail locations, a youth fishing tournament, outdoor kids’ carnival at the Children’s Museum, & 2 nights of live music.

KLTZ/Mix-93 will be airing updates from the events including Todd Young’s coverage of the infamous midnight weigh-ins on Saturday night.


Hi-Line Hoop Camp Starts June 3

Thursday, May 30th 2019

The 22nd Annual Bill Dreikosen Hi-Line Hoop Camp will kick off “camp season” in Glasgow. Intended for upcoming 1st-12th graders. June 3rd & 4th at GHS. Registration forms available at GHS, GMS, & Irle School.

More Info


Glasgow's Brett Glaser Featured On MontanaSports.com

Thursday, May 30th 2019

Scottie Summer Camps

Thursday, May 30th 2019

Scottie Awards Banquet Recap

Thursday, May 30th 2019

Scottie Boys finish 5th and Scottie Girls 9th at State Track Meet. Scotties have 4 individual State Champions!

Sunday, May 26th 2019

State B track and field

May 23-25 at Kalispell

BOYS

Team scores — Huntley Project 122, Manhattan 43, Townsend 41, Big Timber 40, Glasgow 37, Missoula Loyola 35, Joliet 26, Fairfield 24, Jefferson 23, Wolf Point 22, Three Forks 20, St. Labre 15, Malta 12, Troy 11, Bigfork 10, Thompson Falls 9, Deer Lodge 9, Anaconda 6, Shelby 5, Red Lodge 4, Harlem 4, Eureka 4, Colstrip 2, Forsyth 2, Columbus 1.

100 — 1, Casey Gunlikson, Big Timber, 10.87. 2, Austin Hernandez, Huntley Project, 11.17. 3, Kameron Rauser, Townsend, 11.26. 4, Ryder Meyer, Fairfield, 11.37. 5, Hunter Leighty, Troy, 11.48. 6, Asher Croy, Huntley Project, 11.53.

200 — 1, Casey Gunlikson, Big Timber, 21.80. 2, Austin Hernandez, Huntley Project, 21.94. 3, Kameron Rauser, Townsend, 22.27. 4, Hunter Mahan, Loyola, 22.34. 5, Ryder Meyer, Fairfield, 22.59. 6, Hunter Leighty, Troy, 22.65.

400 — 1, Kameron Rauser, Townsend, 49.19. 2, Hunter Leighty, Troy, 49.48. 3, Casey Gunlikson, Big Timber, 49.65. 4, Mitchell Burns, Huntley Project, 49.95. 5, Ty Henry Steele, Townsend, 50.99. 6, Hunter Mahan, Loyola, 51.42.

800 — 1, Wyatt Barney, Manhattan, 1:57.91. 2, Bryce Love, Manhattan, 1:59.62. 3, Nick Page, Wolf Point, 1:59.88. 4, Zak Meeker, Manhattan, 1:59.89. 5, Marik Chrisman, Deer Lodge, 2:01.35. 6, Clay Paddock, Fairfield, 2:03.33.

1,600 — 1, Ellis McKean, Glasgow, 4:32.74. 2, Bryce Love, Manhattan, 4:33.98. 3, Zak Meeker, Manhattan, 4:34.95. 4, Clay Paddock, Fairfield, 4:35.63. 5, Louis Ingalls, Townsend, 4:36.32. 6, Wilson Overby, Glasgow, 4:39.11.

3,200 — 1, Ellis McKean, Glasgow, 9:59.52. 2, Zander Ackerman, Wolf Point, 10:03.82. 3, Wilson Overby, Glasgow, 10:09.21. 4, Brad Cichosz, Harlem, 10:13.71. 5, Zak Meeker, Manhattan, 10:17.77. 6, Bryce Love, Manhattan, 10:19.94.

110 hurdles — 1, Bradley Graves, Huntley Project, 14.14. 2, Noah Bouchard, Huntley Project, 14.94. 3, Chris Hust, Huntley Project, 15.13. 4, Kameron Rauser, Townsend, 15.46. 5, Tyson Racht, Townsend, 15.91. 6, Wyatt Brusven, Shelby, 15.96.

300 hurdles — 1, Casey Gunlikson, Big Timber, 38.11. 2, Bradley Graves, Huntley Project, 38.90. 3, Chris Hust, Huntley Project, 39.55. 4, Braden Tomlin, Red Lodge, 41.49. 5, Braedon Stosich, Big Timber 42.11. 6, Joey Visser, Jefferson, 42.54.

400 relay — 1, Huntley Project 43.17. 2, Missoula Loyola 43.93. 3, Deer Lodge 44.61. 4, Malta 44.66. 5, Big Timber 44.81. 6, Townsend 44.90.

1,600 relay — 1, Huntley Project (Austin Hernandez, Bradley Graves, Chris Hust, Mitchell Burns), 3:23.84. 2, Townsend, 3:26.82. 3, Missoula Loyola, 3:28.74. 4, Manhattan, 3:29.02. 5, Fairfield, 3:32.07. 6, St. Labre, 3:32.86.

Long jump — 1, Avery Stiles, Jefferson, 22-03. 2, Ry Olson, Joliet, 21-11.75. 3, Cooper Waters, Loyola, 21-02.25. 4, Gordon McMillion, Loyola, 21-01.25. 5, Noah Bouchard, Huntley Project, 20-09.50. 6, Chris Hust, Huntley Project, 20-08.75.

Triple jump — 1, Ry Olson, Joliet, 44-00.50. 2, Payden Lynn, Three Forks, 43-10.75. 3, Bryce Olson, Three Forks, 43-02. 4, Caleb Bailey, Joliet, 41-11.50. 5, Wyatt Brusven, Shelby, 41-05. 6, Dylan Sutton, Columbus, 40-06.75.

High jump — 1, Noah Bouchard, Huntley Project, 6-08. 2, Wyatt Duke, Bigfork, 6-06. 3, Avery Stiles, Jefferson, J6-06. 4, Ry Olson, Joliet, 6-02. 5, Owen Long, Three Forks, 6-00. 6, Dyllon McDermid, Deer Lodge, J6-00.

Pole vault — 1, Chris Kistler, Huntley Project, 13-09. 2, Logan Heser, Wolf Point, 13-06. 3, Brennen Blume, Anaconda, 13-00. 4, Bryce Olson, Three Forks, J13-00. 5, Wyatt Brusven, Shelby, 12-06. 6, Kordel Ellis, Huntley Project, J12-06.

Shot put — 1, Brett Glaser, Glasgow, 46-11.50. 2, Andres Lopez, Malta, 46-08. 3, Coen Guisti, Jefferson, 46-00. 4, Tameron Medicine Bull, St. Labre, 45-10. 5, Brody Lamar, Bigfork, 44-11. 6, Tyler Schaff, Huntley Project, 44-09.50.

Discus — 1, Journey Grimsrud, Huntley Project, 151-02. 2, Isaiah Bouchard, Huntley Project, 147-03. 3, Bryce Danielson, Loyola, 144-05. 4, Tameron Medicine Bull, St. Labre, 140-00. 5, Beau Petersen, Colstrip, 138-11. 6, Cody Burk, Thompson Falls, 136-00.

Javelin — 1, Dawson Allen, Fairfield, 177-03. 2, Trey Fisher, Thompson Falls, 176-02. 3, Tameron Medicine Bull, St. Labre, 174-11. 4, Jakeb Kindel, Eureka, 170-07. 5, JW Bonomo, Forsyth, 166-00. 6, Kaelob Flores, Fairfield, 165-01.

GIRLS

Team scores — Baker 74, Huntley Project 74, Colstrip 63, Deer Lodge 42, Three Forks 35, Cut Bank 32, Bigfork 29, Wolf Point 27, Glasgow 23, Harlem 18, Eureka 17, Malta 16, Manhattan 11.33, Red Lodge 11, Forsyth 8, Joliet 7, St. Ignatius 6.33, Whitehall 5, Shepherd 5, Thompson Falls 4.33, Rocky Boy 4, Roundup 4, Columbus 4, Poplar 2, Fairfield 2, Lodge Grass 2, Jefferson 1.

100 — 1, Kamdyn Molenda, Cut Bank, 12.75. 2, Maya Carvey, Eureka, 12.85. 3, Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Baker, 12.88. 4, Maddisen Marema, Shepherd, 12.94. 5, Shelby Schweigert, Fairfield, 12.98. 6, Jordan Nelson, Bigfork, 13.12.

200 — 1, Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Baker, 26.09. 2, Macee Murphy, Huntley Project, 26.38. 3, Kamdyn Molenda, Cut Bank, 26.41. 4, Jordan Nelson, Bigfork, 26.47. 5, Bella Klein, Roundup, 26.93. 6, Katie Whitehurst, Whitehall, 27.01.

400 — 1, Emily Kolstad, Glasgow, 59.34. 2, Kamdyn Molenda, Cut Bank, 59.91. 3, Jewel Olson, Wolf Point, 1:00.37. 4, Katie Whitehurst, Whitehall, 1:00.88. 5, Kamryn Scully, Deer Lodge, 1:01.84. 6, Abigail Dudley, Colstrip, 1:02.00.

800 — 1, Whitney Hanson, Colstrip, 2:17.48. 2, Katie Jacobsen, Red Lodge, 2:19.60. 3, Ashlyn Lutts, Baker, 2:21.10. 4, Natalie Lile, Huntley Project, 2:21.43. 5, Emily Kolstad, Glasgow, 2:24.27. 6, Hayley Burns, Colstrip, 2:24.41.

1,600 — 1, Whitney Hanson, Colstrip, 5:12.57. 2, L’Tia Lawrence, Harlem, 5:15.69. 3, Hallie Hemenway, Manhattan, 5:19.51. 4, Hayley Burns, Colstrip, 5:20.40. 5, Katie Jacobsen, Red Lodge, 5:23.15. 6, Natalie Lile, Huntley Project, 5:26.67.

3,200 — 1, L’Tia Lawrence, Harlem, 11:18.84. 2, Whitney Hanson, Colstrip, 11:31.32. 3, Hayley Burns, Colstrip, 11:37.37. 4, Zoey Stroop, Colstrip, 11:51.34. 5, Hallie Hemenway, Manhattan, 11:55.65. 6, Jodi Cameron, Manhattan, 11:56.96.

100 hurdles — 1, Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Baker, 15.37. 2, Macee Murphy, Huntley Project, 15.82. 3, Kamryn Scully, Deer Lodge, 16.18. 4, Justine Lamb, Malta, 16.34. 5, Olleca Severson, Manhattan, 16.41. 6, Gracie Bradley, Colstrip, 16.43.

300 hurdles — 1, Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Baker, 45.84. 2, Macee Murphy, Huntley Project, 46.59. 3, Kamryn Scully, Deer Lodge, 46.73. 4, Gracie Bradley, Colstrip, 47.96. 5, Bella Klein, Roundup, 47.97. 6, Kendall Lynn, Three Forks, 48.27.

400 relay — 1, Baker 50.57. 2, Bigfork 51.34. 3, Huntley Project 51.62. 4, Columbus 51.81. 5, Wolf Point 52.06. 6, Shepherd 52.52.

1,600 relay — 1, Baker (Ashlyn Lutts, Anika Ploeger, Macee Hadley, Wrenzi Wrzesinski), 4:07.73. 2, Huntley Project, 4:11.92. 3, Bigfork, 4:14.08. 4, Glasgow, 4:15.40. 5, Colstrip, 4:16.94. 6, Jefferson, 4:17.36.

Long jump — 1, Keaton Lynn, Three Forks, 17-00.25. 2, Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Baker, 16-11.50. 3, Kendall Lynn, Three Forks, 16-09. 4, Erica Smith, Malta, 16-05.75. 5, Kamryn Scully, Deer Lodge, 16-04.25. 6, Macee Murphy, Huntley Project, 16-03.

Triple jump — 1, Kendall Lynn, Three Forks, 36-04.50. 2, Erica Smith, Malta, 36-02.75. 3, Macee Murphy, Huntley Project, 35-07.75. 4, Sydney Brander, St. Ignatius, 34-06.50. 5, Afton Brander, St. Ignatius, 34-03. 6, Jasmyn Murphy, Three Forks, 33-10.50.

High jump — 1, Mya Fourstar, Wolf Point, 5-03. 2, Kallie Zinne, Joliet, 5-00. 2, Abby Juve, Wolf Point, 5-00. 4, Jolee Gotfredson, Colstrip, J5-00. 5, Canzas HisBadHorse, Colstrip, 4-10. 6, Afton Brander, St. Ignatius, J4-10. 6, Jody Detlaff, Thompson Falls, J4-10. 6, Madeline Severson, Manhattan, J4-10.

Pole vault — 1, Kamryn Scully, Deer Lodge, 11-00. 2, Dakota Manecke, Cut Bank, 10-06. 3, Emily Kolstad, Glasgow, 9-06. 4, Maya Stiles, Thompson Falls, J9-00. 5, Paisley Ferdina, Wolf Point, J9-00. 6, Katie Jacobsen, Red Lodge, J9-00.

Shot put — 1, Ashton McAnally, Bigfork, 38-05.75. 2, Amy Fjell-Hagan, Deer Lodge, 38-03.50. 3, Jamie Whitedirt, Colstrip, 38-02.50. 4, Emily Poole, Huntley Project, 37-11.25. 5, Samantha Hogan, Lodge Grass, 35-11.75. 6, Riley Noser, Glasgow, 35-07.75.

Discus — 1, Emily Poole, Huntley Project, 125-08. 2, Amy Fjell-Hagan, Deer Lodge, 124-08. 3, Paeton Ohs, Three Forks, 115-02. 4, Rochelle Pease, Rocky Boy, 110-01. 5, E’Leena Sherman, Poplar, 109-11. 6, Megan Hanson, Eureka, 109-03.

Javelin — 1, Emily Poole, Huntley Project, 140-11. 2, Jordan Cookman, Forsyth, 122-09. 3, Karlee Frost, Eureka, 119-10. 4, Andie Batchelor, Baker, 116-07. 5, Megan Hanson, Eureka, J116-07. 6, Paeton Ohs, Three Forks, 116-06.


Scobey wins State C Boys Track and Field Title

Sunday, May 26th 2019

State C track and field

May 23-25 at Laurel

BOYS

Team scores — Scobey 64, Seeley-Swan 52, Fort Benton 45, Manhattan Christian 38, Melstone 38, Richey-Lambert 33, Fairview 22.33, Valley Christian 20, Charlo 20, Great Falls Central 18, Noxon 14, Winnett-Grass Range 12, Power 11, Gardiner 10, Twin Bridges 10, Drummond 10, Harlowton 8, Wibaux 8, Geraldine 8, Belt 8, Savage 8, Harrison 7.33, Wesby-Grenora 7, Lincoln 7, St. Regis 7, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 6, Alberton-Superior 6, Park City 6, Centerville 6, Augusta 5, Darby 4, Roberts 3, North Star 2, Big Sandy 2, Sheridan 1, Ennis 0.33

100 — 1, Farver, Martin, Scobey, 11.00. 2, Grebe, Brody, Melstone, 11.15. 3, Farris, Ian, St. Regis, 11.30. 4, Shelmerdine, Hunter, Seeley-Swan, 11.35. 5, Ullery, Billy, Fort Benton, 11.39. 6, Wood, Dakota, Seeley-Swan, 11.41.

200 — 1, Farver, Martin, Scobey, 22.52. 2, Machart, Brandon, Scobey, 22.83. 3, Taylor, Dylan, Denton-Geyser-Stanford, 23.00. 4, Wood, Dakota, Seeley-Swan, 23.12. 5, Ullery, Billy, Fort Benton, 23.32. 6, Shelmerdine, Hunter, Seeley-Swan, 23.37.

400 — 1, Farver, Martin, Scobey, 49.77. 2, Shelmerdine, Hunter, Seeley-Swan, 50.21. 3, Evans, Kaimen, Belt, 51.56. 4, Bellach, Caleb, Manhattan Christian, 51.60. 5, Tuinstra, Benjamin, Valley Christian, 51.64. 6, Machart, Brandon, Scobey, 51.83.

800 — 1, Bird, Damon, Fort Benton, 2:00.94. 2, Maughan, Caleb, Seeley-Swan, 2:01.47. 3, Shaske, Jesse, Alberton-Superior, 2:01.64. 4, Thomas, Clancy, Gardiner, 2:02.62. 5, Morrison, Ben, Manhattan Christian, 2:03.00. 6, McDaniel, Aidan, Belt, 2:04.05.

1,600 — 1, Degrandpre, Wills, Charlo, 4:39.28. 2, Morrison, Ben, Manhattan Christian, 4:40.10. 3, Smith, Samuel, Richey-Lambert, 4:41.11. 4, Fenley, Ryan, Harlowton, 4:41.47. 5, Nye, Jackson, Harrison, 4:41.56. 6, Bird, Damon, Fort Benton, 4:43.73.

3,200 — 1, Schott, Riley, Manhattan Christian, 9:58.42. 2, Smith, Samuel, Richey-Lambert, 10:07.84. 3, Degrandpre, Wills, Charlo, 10:13.15. 4, Chaffin, Donavon, Darby, 10:24.71. 5, Morrison, Ben, Manhattan Christian, 10:30.25. 6, Schmaltz, Boone, Roberts, 10:30.95.

110 hurdles — 1, Tuinstra, Benjamin, Valley Christian, 14.89. 2, Farver, Martin, Scobey, 14.91. 3, Girres, Shane, Great Falls Central, 15.72. 4, Diekhans, Garett, Fort Benton, 15.75. 5, Jessen, Jacob, Winnett-Grass Range, 15.80. 6, Vogl, Hunter, Belt, 16.21.

300 hurdles — 1, Jessen, Jacob, Winnett-Grass Range, 39.48. 2, Tuinstra, Benjamin, Valley Christian, 40.31. 3, Cayer, Garrett, Richey-Lambert, 40.47. 4, Smith, Landers, Charlo, 41.33. 5, VanVleet, Edison, Noxon, 42.09. 6, Widhalm, Jackson, Power, 42.36.

400 relay — 1, Scobey 44.35. 2, Great Falls Central 44.59. 3, Seeley-Swan 44.85. 4, Richey-Lambert 44.90. 5, Power 45.31. 6, Fort Benton 45.51.

1,600 relay — 1, Seeley-Swan (Turner, Cordell, Wood, Dakota, Maughan, Caleb, Shelmerdine, Hunter), 3:27.96. 2, Richey-Lambert, 3:30.11. 3, Fort Benton, 3:33.91. 4, Manhattan Christian, 3:35.46. 5, Park City, 3:36.58. 6, Scobey, 3:36.59.

Long jump — 1, Grebe, Brody, Melstone, 21-08.50. 2, Marais, Nick, Fort Benton, 20-08. 3, Cotton, Grant, Centerville, 20-06.50. 4, Brubaker, Levi, Noxon, 20-06. 5, Boscha, Jakob, Manhattan Christian, 20-05.25. 6, Farris, Ian, St Regis, 20-04.

Triple jump — 1, Grebe, Brody, Melstone, 45-06.75. 2, Brubaker, Levi, Noxon, 44-05. 3, Bellach, Caleb, Manhattan Christian, 42-08.50. 4, Homner, Vern, Harrison, 42-06. 5, Asbeck, Cody, Fairview, 41-10.50. 6, Cima, Luke, Harrison, 41-06.

High jump — 1, Parke, Jonah, Drummond, 6-02. 2, Sargent, Ridge, Westby-Grenora, J6-02. 2, Blotkamp, Aziah, Lincoln, J6-02. 4, Popp, Seth, Park City, 6-00. 5, Maughan, Caleb, Seeley-Swan, J6-00. 6, Homner, Vern, Harrison, 5-10. 6, Mulholland, Jacob, Ennis, 5-10. 6, Herron, Josh, Fairview, 5-10.

Pole vault — 1, Herron, Josh, Fairview, 12-09. 2, Zylks, Joey, Power, J12-09. 3, Thompson, Jace, Fort Benton, 12-06. 4, Schnabel, Connor, Fort Benton, 12-00. 5, Rettig, Caden, North Star, 11-06. 6, Lee, Moxon, Sheridan, J11-06.

Shot put — 1, Grebe, Brody, Melstone, 51-07. 2, McKinlay, Mavrick, Geraldine, 51-02.25. 3, Handy, Jeremy, Scobey, 48-10.25. 4, Ambuehl, Noah, Great Falls Central, 46-06. 5, Proulx, Brock, Big Sandy, 45-10.50. 6, Bolles, Ezra, Augusta, 45-06.25.

Discus — 1, Hardy, Paul, Fairview, 143-06. 2, Hofer, Jared, Savage, 141-04. 3, Hudson, Favian, Gardiner, 139-04. 4, Bolles, Ezra, Augusta, 138-00. 5, Ehrlich, Preston, Roberts, 137-09. 6, Lien, Blake, Richey-Lambert, 134-08.

Javelin — 1, Smathers, Steve, Twin Bridges, 173-10. 2, Samuli, Nate, Seeley-Swan, 165-01. 3, Begger, Cobe, Wibaux, 160-06. 4, Todhunter, Jason, Harlowton, 156-06. 5, Lunde, Tel, Wibaux, 154-10. 6, Gannon, Stephen, Fort Benton, 152-01.

GIRLS

Team scores — Seeley-Swan 90.33, Charlo 48, Fort Benton 43, Winnett-Grass Range 36, Fairview 28, West Yellowstone 26, Hinsdale 25, Manhattan Christian 20, Scobey 20, Ennis 18, Shields Valley 16, Darby 16, Plentywood 16, Belt 14, Melstone 13, Hot Springs 10, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 10, Noxon 8, Alberton-Superior 8, Moore-Judith Gap 8, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 7, Augusta 6, North Star 6, Arlee 5, Valier 4, Bridger 4, Plains 4, Culbertson 3, Roberts 3, Simms 3, Whitewater 2, Chinook 2, Lincoln 1, Twin Bridges 1, Cascade 1, St. Regis 1, Opheim 0.33, White Sulphur Springs 0.33.

100 — 1, Fryberger, Carlee, Charlo, 12.70. 2, Sager, Haven, Shields Valley, 12.90. 3, Delaney, Zoe, Winnett-Grass Range, 12.92. 4, Shepard, Faith, Manhattan Christian, 13.02. 5, Collins, Emilie, West Yellowstone, 13.04. 6, Mercer, Lily, Seeley-Swan, 13.12.

200 — 1, Delaney, Zoe, Winnett-Grass Range, 25.92. 2, Mercer, Lily, Seeley-Swan, 26.48. 3, Fryberger, Carlee, Charlo, 26.54. 4, Sager, Haven, Shields Valley, 26.98. 5, Collins, Emilie, West Yellowstone, 27.32. 6, Paulson, Lindsey, Belt, 27.39.

400 — 1, Delaney, Zoe, Winnett-Grass Range, 58.15. 2, Paulson, Lindsey, Belt, 59.26. 3, Mercer, Lily, Seeley-Swan, 59.43. 4, Gannon, Leah, Fort Benton, 1:00.38. 5, Hanson, Kourtney, Chinook, 1:00.87. 6, Maughan, Sariah, Seeley-Swan, 1:00.97.

800 — 1, Delaney, Zoe, Winnett-Grass Range, 2:21.15. 2, Maughan, Sariah, Seeley-Swan, 2:24.49. 3, Ayers, Hannah, Seeley-Swan, 2:26.34. 4, Paulson, Lindsey, Belt, 2:27.34. 5, Reese, Sorren, Alberton-Superior, 2:27.56. 6, Lekvold, Gracee, Scobey, 2:28.18.

1,600 — 1, Maughan, Sariah, Seeley-Swan, 5:23.15. 2, Lekvold, Gracee, Scobey, 5:24.88. 3, Wacker, Draya, Melstone, 5:26.23. 4, Parker, Averi, West Yellowstone, 5:26.69. 5, Jackson, Kaitlin, West Yellowstone, 5:39.32. 6, Kelly, Madison, St Regis, 5:43.35.

3,200 — 1, Parker, Averi, West Yellowstone, 11:51.19. 2, Lekvold, Gracee, Scobey, 12:14.37. 3, Wacker, Draya, Melstone, 12:22.39. 4, Jackson, Kaitlin, West Yellowstone, 12:23.73. 5, Everest, Julia, West Yellowstone, 12:36.84. 6, Kombol, Kayla, Melstone, 12:38.00.

100 hurdles — 1, Fryberger, Carlee, Charlo, 15.81. 2, McColly, Kaitlyn, Hinsdale, 16.05. 3, Ehmann, Casey, Darby, 16.28. 4, Taylor, Teigan, Fairview, 16.78. 5, Bertsch, Terra, Seeley-Swan, 16.91. 6, Hull, Tatum, Chester-Joplin-Inverness, 16.98.

300 hurdles — 1, Ehmann, Casey, Darby, 46.60. 2, Taylor, Teigan, Fairview, 47.00. 3, Wallace, Allie, Fort Benton, 47.06. 4, McColly, Kaitlyn, Hinsdale, 48.11. 5, Delaney, Allie, Charlo, 48.53. 6, Paulson, Lindsey, Belt, 48.66.

400 relay — 1, Fort Benton 50.51. 2, Seeley-Swan 50.75. 3, Charlo 51.20. 4, Shields Valley 51.48. 5, Alberton-Superior 52.14. 6, Simms 52.62.

1,600 relay — 1, Seeley-Swan (Ayers, Hannah, Maughan, Sariah, Kovatch, Klaire, Mercer, Lily), 4:08.42. 2, Fort Benton, 4:11.38. 3, Charlo, 4:11.62. 4, Alberton-Superior, 4:19.45. 5, Simms, 4:21.58. 6, Scobey, 4:22.37.

Long jump — 1, Gannon, Leah, Fort Benton, 17-05.50. 2, Shepard, Faith, Manhattan Christian, 16-09. 3, McColly, Kaitlyn, Hinsdale, 16-07. 4, Hull, Tatum, Chester-Joplin-Inverness, 16-04.25. 5, Christensen, Katelyn, Hot Springs, 16-02.25. 6, Jorgensen, Maggie, Lincoln, 16-01.75.

Triple jump — 1, Klein, Jourdain, Ennis, 36-06.25. 2, Cox, Kaitlin, Charlo, 35-02.50. 3, Hill, Bradi, Augusta, 35-01. 4, Axtman, Nicole, Fort Benton, 34-11. 5, Hull, Tatum, Chester-Joplin-Inverness, 34-10. 6, McColly, Kaitlyn, Hinsdale, 33-09.25.

High jump — 1, Osksa, Brenna, Plentywood, 5-02. 2, Klein, Jourdain, Ennis, 5-00. 3, Wangerin, Liv, Plentywood, J5-00. 4, DeVries, Emma, Roberts, 4-10. 4, Granbois, Abbey, Culbertson, 4-10. 6, Fisher, Daisy, White Sulphur Springs, J4-10. 6, Bertsch, Terra, Seeley-Swan, J4-10. 6, Fuhrmann, Mandy, Opheim, J4-10.

Pole vault — 1, Bertsch, Terra, Seeley-Swan, 10-00. 2, Shepard, Faith, Manhattan Christian, 9-09. 3, McColly, Kaitlyn, Hinsdale, J9-09. 4, Bock, Abby, Valier, 9-00. 5, Taylor, Teigan, Fairview, J9-00. 6, Jackson, Shelbie, Cascade, 8-06.

Shot put — 1, Randel, Cassidy, Denton-Geyser-Stanford, 38-01.50. 2, Gackle, Jadyn, Fairview, 35-07.25. 3, Weltz, Delaney, Noxon, 35-01.25. 4, Lammerding, Peyton, Arlee, 34-04.50. 5, Cummings, Kelsee, Whitewater, 34-01.50. 6, Pack, Hailey, Twin Bridges, 33-11.50.

Discus — 1, Kovatch, Klaire, Seeley-Swan, 144-02. 2, Stahl, Sierra, Moore-Judith Gap, 115-05. 3, Gackle, Jadyn, Fairview, 114-06. 4, Adkins, Jessica, Bridger, J114-06. 5, Weltz, Delaney, Noxon, 106-10. 6, Lammerding, Peyton, Arlee, J106-10.

Javelin — 1, Morse, Autumn, Seeley-Swan, 130-11. 2, Christensen, Katelyn, Hot Springs, 127-07. 3, West, Janae, North Star, 117-08. 4, Altmiller, Kylee, Plains, 116-09. 5, Nelson, Kortney, Scobey, 116-07. 6, Molinaro, Maci, Fort Benton, 114-05.


Huntley Project wins State B/C Softball Championship

Sunday, May 26th 2019

2019 Class B/C state softball tournament
At Belgrade Softball Complex, May 23-25

Thursday, first round

Game 1: Huntley Project 4, Manhattan 3
Game 2: Florence 12, Conrad-Choteau 2
Game 3: Missoula Loyola 13, Shepherd 3
Game 4: Plains-Hot Springs 9, Cut Bank 1

Friday

Game 5: Huntley Project 8, Florence 2, second round
Game 6: Plains-Hot Springs 1, Missoula Loyola 0, second round
Game 7: Conrad-Choteau 10, Manhattan 2, loser-out
Game 8: Cut Bank 12, Shepherd 6, loser-out
Game 9: Missoula Loyola 4, Conrad-Choteau 2, loser-out
Game 10: Florence 20, Cut Bank 8, loser-out
Game 11: Huntley Project 1, Plains-Hot Springs 0, undefeated semifinal
Game 12: Florence 10, Missoula Loyola 9, loser-out (Missoula Loyola gets fourth place)

Saturday

Game 13: Florence 12, Plains-Hot Springs 2, consolation (Plains-Hot Springs gets third place)
Game 14: Huntley Project 8, Florence 5, championship

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