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Monday, July 16th 2018
Glasgow Runners compete in Missoula Marathon

Emma Fewer 46th or 473 women, 181st overall of 1034 finishers, 4 of 23 in the 20-24 age group: 3:45:00
Andrew McKean 151st of 561 men, 203rd overall of 1034 finishers, 11 of 59 in the 50-54 age group: 3:48:19
Craig Overby 193rd of 561 men, 275th overall of 1034 finishers, 16 of 59 in the 50-54 age group: 3:57:31

Also, 3 Glasgow High School runners competed in the Missoula Half-Marathon

Merlin McKean 42nd of 807 men, 8th of 45 in the 15-19 age group: 1:28:21.40
Ellis McKean 43rd of 807 men, 9th of 45 in the 15-19 age group: 1:28:21.53
Wilson Overby 54th of 807 men, 11th of 45 in the 15-19 age group: 1:30:56.54

Sunday, July 15th 2018
Top Ten Teams from Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament
2018 Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament Results

1st- Jason Eggebrecht and Drew Alpers- 47.38 pounds
2nd- Chris Kwasney and Jessica Kwasney- 46.04 pounds
3rd- Bob Hickey and Jason Mundel- 45.24 pounds
4th- Joye Murnion and Cal Phipps- 45.14 pounds
5th- Wayne Wilcox and Trevor Johnson- 44.49 pounds
6th- Steve Stadelmaier and Clint Acres- 44.24 pounds
7th- Tom Chapman and Edgar Hoffman- 44.14 pounds
8th- Clayton Forden and Devin Dorval- 43.86 pounds
9th- Kris Keller and Cody Strohm- 42.56 pounds
10th- Owen Wilcox and Chris Grotjohn- 39.46 pounds

Friday, July 13th 2018
15U State Tournament Underway In Glasgow
The 15U State Tournament is going on in Glasgow this weekend at Sullivan Park. Games begin Friday at 11 a.m., and continue Saturday at 10:30 a.m. & Sunday at 10 a.m.
Friday, July 13th 2018
Walleye's Unlimited Women’s Fishing Tournament Is July 21
The 18th Annual Walleye's Unlimited Women’s Fishing Tournament is slated for Sat. July 21st on Fort Peck Lake. Entry fee is $80 per team, payable to Glasgow Walleyes Unlimited. One member must be at least 18 years of age. The mandatory rules meeting will be held Fri. July 20th at 6:30p.m. at the Gateway in Fort Peck & at least 1 team member must attend. Entry forms available at www.montanawalleyesunlimited.net. You can also call Jill - 263-7553 or Sandy - 263-4861, for more information. All entries must be postmarked no later than Sat. July 14th.
Thursday, July 12th 2018
Kickball Tournament set to raise awareness and fund for victims of domestic violence
Love Should Not Hurt is hosting a domestic violence awareness kickball tournament to raise awareness and funds for victims of domestic violence in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. It will be held at Sullivan Park on Saturday July 21st from 8am-4pm. There will be concessions at the field, then a no-host social at Busted Knuckle Brewery with a silent auction, food and the trophy presentation for the winning team.

Registration forms can be picked up from the Glasgow Police Department or Milk River Activity Center, or delivery can be arranged.

Registration fee is $10 per person or $100 max per team.
• Teams must have a minimum of 8 players. Minimum age is 14 years old.
• Each player must sign a liability waiver before the tournament begins.
• Return the form to Glasgow Police Department or Milk River Activity Center by Wednesday July 18th.
• Make checks payable to GPD Victim Services.
o It’s ok to turn in registration fees the day of the tournament!
• Contacts are Lacie Brown (230-2162) Jenny McCabe (230-1674) Shelly Ramsey (230-2312)

Thursday, July 12th 2018
GRD Co-ed Softball

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, July 11th 2018
Aune Masonry def. Alley’s Palace 19-8
Newton Motors def. Cottonwood Inn/Gateway 8-7
Old Mil/Tootsies def. Fort Peck Rip City 21-5

Aune Masonry def. Fort Peck Rip City 17-15
Cottonwood Inn/Gateway def. Alley’s Palace 20-3
Old Mil/Tootsies def. Newton Motors 11-8

League Standings
Old Mil/Tootsies 10-0
Newton Motors 7-3
Cottonwood Inn/Gateway 5-5
Fort Peck Rip City 4-6
Aune Masonry 3-7
Alley’s Palace 1-9

Next week’s games:
Wednesday, July 18th 2018
Field 1: 6:00P.M. Fort Peck Rip City vs. Alley’s Palace
7:30P.M. Newton Motors vs. Alley’s Palace

Field 2: 6:00P.M. Old Mil/Tootsies vs. Cottonwood Inn/Gateway
7:30P.M. Cottonwood Inn/Gateway vs. Fort Peck Rip City

Field 3: 6:00P.M. Aune Masonry vs. Newton Motors
7:30P.M. Old Mil/Tootsies vs. Aune Masonry

Wednesday, July 11th 2018
2018 Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Fishing Tournament
Tuesday, July 10th 2018
Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team Finishes 6th In Sidney
The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team took 24 athletes to Sidney this past weekend where they placed 6th as a team. The meet was flooded with a large number of athletes due to many of the bigger teams within the federation being so close to Sidney. Despite the temperatures being in the 90’s both days of competition the GKST was in high spirits cheering on their team for the duration of the meet. Leading the team with top three finishes was Jordan Billingsley (100 back-1st), Peyten Birkoski (25 back- 1st), Haleigh Huntsman (25 breast- 2nd), Trevor Johnson (50 free/50fly- 3rd), Katie Kaiser (50 free/100 back/400 free- 1st), and Ava Reyes (100 back- 2nd). Katie Kaiser remains undefeated and took home her 4th highpoint for the season.

The GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Ava Reyes (13). Ava had a break through meet this past weekend. This season Ava has been stuck in a rut when it came to racing due to a sore shoulder. She was performing well at meets but was always falling short of her personal best times in her events. This weekend that changed as Ava PR’ed in ALL her individual events and took off a total of 7.5 seconds. This meet finally displayed Ava’s hard work and diligence this season and we look forward to seeing what she can accomplish when she is fully healthy. On top of Ava’s amazing performance in the pool she remained a wonderful support system for the team.

Other noteworthy performances came from Allie Palm and Kimber Dulaney who both put up personal best times in their individual events this past weekend. Haleigh Huntsman also who swam the breaststroke for the first time and finished 2nd with a great time. The last acknowledgment from this weekend goes to the parent/coach relay of Hunter Kopff, Nicole Arnold, Rachel Erickson, and Josh Palm who took on a strong field of competitors in the 4X 100 free relay where they placed 3rd.

Individual Results

Relay Results

Team Results

Monday, July 9th 2018
Reds Win Williston Tournament
The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team won the Williston tournament over the weekend, finishing with a win over Bismarck on Sunday.

Scores:
Glasgow 4, Watford City 2
Glasgow 12, Bismarck 3
Glasgow 9, Williston Oilers 1
Glasgow 13, Bismarck 9

The Reds will next be in action on July 17th, hosting the Glendive Blue Devils in a double-header.

Monday, July 9th 2018
51st Annual John Hahn Memorial Men's Softball Tournament Results
(Photo ID: Back Row -- CT Schultz, Jesse Finley, Ty Jones, Robin Herman, Tres Storey, Chance Herman. Front Row -- Bryan Jacklitch, Ronnie Anderson, Josh Leprowse, Derek Fritz, Travis Browne

Congratulations to The Mill (Sidney/Billings) for winning the 51st Annual John Hahn Memorial Softball Tournament held at John Hahn Field in Fort Peck over the weekend. The Mill defeated Fort Peck Marina (Billings) 29-3 in the 1st championship game to win the title and take home the $1,000 cash prize! This makes back to back championships for The Mill. (They won the championship in 2017 under the team name Yank-Deez). 3rd Place went to Irving Law (Glasgow) and 4th Place to ADC Foundation (Glasgow). Twelve (12) teams from Glasgow, Sidney, Billings, Miles City, Wolf Point, Malta, and Scobey played 22 games over three days... Friday evening through late Sunday afternoon.


1st Place -- The Mill
2nd Place -- Fort Peck Marina
3rd Place -- Irving Law
4th Place -- ADC Foundation
Home Run Derby Champion -- Nick Haney, Fort Peck Marina (Billings, MT.)
Offensive MVP -- Travis Browne, The Mill (Billings, MT.)
Defensive MVP -- Bryan Jacklitch, The Mill (Billings, MT.)
FULL GAME RESULTS:
Round 1 --
Reynolds Market/Scottie Express Wash 16 Kolstad Eye Clinic 15
Victorious Secret (Glasgow) 9 Back Door Sliders (Wolf Point) 1
R-Turs Saloon (Scobey/Wolf Point) 17 Malta 7
Miles City 28 Mid Rivers/Triangle Electric (Sidney) 15
Round 2 --
Irving Law 25 Reynolds Market/Scottie Express Wash 3
Fort Peck Marina (Billings) 15 Victorious Secret 5
ADC Foundation (Glasgow) 23 R Turs Saloon 12
The Mill (Sidney/Billings) 21 Miles City 1
Consolation Round 1 --
Victorious Secret 26 Mid Rivers/Triangle Electric 21
Kolstad Eye Clinic 18 Malta 8
R-Turs Saloon 16 Back Door Sliders 6
Miles City 14 Reynolds Market/Scottie Express Wash 11
Quarterfinals --
Irving Law 25 ADC Foundation 9
The Mill 21 Fort Peck Marina 10
Consolation Round 2 --
Kolstad Eye Clinic 13 Victorious Secret 3
R-Turs Saloon 8 Miles City 2
Consolation Round 3 --
Fort Peck Marina 18 Kolstad Eye Clinic 3
ADC Foundation 16 R-Turs Saloon 5
Semifinals --
The Mill 33 Irving Law 13
4th Place Game --
Fort Peck Marina 27 ADC Foundation 21
Consolation Finals (loser finishes 3rd) --
Fort Peck Marina 24 Irving Law 21
Championship --
The Mill 29 Fort Peck Marina 3



(Photo ID: Back Row -- CT Schultz, Jesse Finley, Ty Jones, Robin Herman, Tres Storey, Chance Herman. Front Row -- Bryan Jacklitch, Ronnie Anderson, Josh Leprowse, Derek Fritz, Travis Browne

Congratulations to The Mill (Sidney/Billings) for winning the 51st Annual John Hahn Memorial Softball Tournament held at John Hahn Field in Fort Peck over the weekend. The Mill defeated Fort Peck Marina (Billings) 29-3 in the 1st championship game to win the title and take home the $1,000 cash prize! This makes back to back championships for The Mill. (They won the championship in 2017 under the team name Yank-Deez). 3rd Place went to Irving Law (Glasgow) and 4th Place to ADC Foundation (Glasgow). Twelve (12) teams from Glasgow, Sidney, Billings, Miles City, Wolf Point, Malta, and Scobey played 22 games over three days... Friday evening through late Sunday afternoon.


1st Place -- The Mill
2nd Place -- Fort Peck Marina
3rd Place -- Irving Law
4th Place -- ADC Foundation
Home Run Derby Champion -- Nick Haney, Fort Peck Marina (Billings, MT.)
Offensive MVP -- Travis Browne, The Mill (Billings, MT.)
Defensive MVP -- Bryan Jacklitch, The Mill (Billings, MT.)
FULL GAME RESULTS:
Round 1 --
Reynolds Market/Scottie Express Wash 16 Kolstad Eye Clinic 15
Victorious Secret (Glasgow) 9 Back Door Sliders (Wolf Point) 1
R-Turs Saloon (Scobey/Wolf Point) 17 Malta 7
Miles City 28 Mid Rivers/Triangle Electric (Sidney) 15
Round 2 --
Irving Law 25 Reynolds Market/Scottie Express Wash 3
Fort Peck Marina (Billings) 15 Victorious Secret 5
ADC Foundation (Glasgow) 23 R Turs Saloon 12
The Mill (Sidney/Billings) 21 Miles City 1
Consolation Round 1 --
Victorious Secret 26 Mid Rivers/Triangle Electric 21
Kolstad Eye Clinic 18 Malta 8
R-Turs Saloon 16 Back Door Sliders 6
Miles City 14 Reynolds Market/Scottie Express Wash 11
Quarterfinals --
Irving Law 25 ADC Foundation 9
The Mill 21 Fort Peck Marina 10
Consolation Round 2 --
Kolstad Eye Clinic 13 Victorious Secret 3
R-Turs Saloon 8 Miles City 2
Consolation Round 3 --
Fort Peck Marina 18 Kolstad Eye Clinic 3
ADC Foundation 16 R-Turs Saloon 5
Semifinals --
The Mill 33 Irving Law 13
4th Place Game --
Fort Peck Marina 27 ADC Foundation 21
Consolation Finals (loser finishes 3rd) --
Fort Peck Marina 24 Irving Law 21
Championship --
The Mill 29 Fort Peck Marina 3



Sunday, July 8th 2018
51st Annual John Hahn Memorial Softball Tournament
The 51st Annual John Hahn Memorial Softball tournament is going on at Fort Peck this weekend. Play got underway on Friday night with a couple of games and continued all day yesterday. They will conclude play today.
In game #1 it was Reynolds/Scottie Express Wash over The Eye Clinic
Game #2 Victoria’s Secret over Back Door Sliders
Game #3 R Thurs Saloon over Malta
Game #4 Miles City over Mid River Triangle
Game #5 Irving Law Firm over Reynolds/Scottie Express Wash
Game #6 The Mill over Miles City
Game #7 ADC over R Thurs Saloon
Game #8 Fort Peck Marina over Victoria’s Secret
Game #9 Victoria’s Secret over Mid River Triangle
Game #10 Eye Clinic over Malta
Game #11 R Thurs Saloon over Back Door Sliders
Game #12 Miles City over Reynolds/Scottie Express Wash
Game #13 Irving Law Firm over ADC
Game #14 The Mill over Fort Peck Marina
Game #15 Victoria’s Secret will take on Eye Clinic @ 8:00 a.m. today
Game #16 Miles City will take on R Thurs Saloon @ 9:05 a.m. today
Game #17 Fort Peck Marina will take on the winner of Victoria’s Secret vs Eye Clinic @ 10:10 a.m. today
Game #18 ADC will take on the winner of Miles City vs R Thurs Saloon @ 11:15 a.m. today
Game #19 Irving Law Firm will take on The Mill @ 12:20 today
Game #20 Winner of Game #17 vs Winner of Game #18
Game #21Winner of Game #20 vs Loser of Game #19
Game #22 Winner of Game #21 vs Winner of Game #19
Sunday, July 8th 2018
Reds at First National Bank Tournament in Williston
The Glasgow Reds are in Williston this weekend for the First National Bank tournament. On Friday the Reds defeated Watford City 4 – 2 behind the pitching of John Cremer. Yesterday they defeated Bismarck 12 – 3 behind the pitching of Kevin McDonald. In that game McDonald also hit a grand slam. They will play either Williston or Watford City at 11:00 a.m. (ND time) today.
Friday, July 6th 2018
Montana Sports
From The Billings Gazette

OGDEN, Utah — The Big Sky Conference announced its 2017-18 Scholar Athlete Award winners on Thursday, with Mitchell Herbert (football) and Angelina Philippova (women's tennis) being recognized as Montana State's award recipients.

The two seniors were selected based upon their athletic and academic performances during the past academic year.

Herbert completed his collegiate career with several highlights on and off the field.

On the gridiron, Herbert served as a team captain as a senior as he led the Bobcats with 41 receptions and 497 yards receiving. He hauled in five touchdowns during the 2017 season to finish his Bobcat tenure second in program history with 21 touchdown catches. He also finished fifth all-time in receiving yards with 1,874.

The Eugene, Oregon, native graduated with a 3.86 grade point average while earning a degree in cell biology and neuroscience.
He was honored for his efforts in the classroom with a variety of accolades. Herbert was named a CoSIDA Academic All-American, FCS ADA Academic All-Star and National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Hampshire Honor Society honoree. He was also one of 58 student-athletes in all levels of NCAA competition to be a recipient of a Post-Graduate Scholarship from the NCAA.

Philippova completed her Bobcat career with a strong senior season. Her 11-8 singles record was the best on the team and led to honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference accolades. She finished 8-3 against Big Sky opponents, which included a seven-match win streak. Philippova previously earned honorable mention status from the Big Sky as a sophomore.

A native of Astrakhan, Russia, Philippova graduated with a 3.95 GPA and a business finance degree from Montana State. She was a four-time All-Big Sky Academic Team selection.

To qualify for the award, a student-athlete must have a minimum grade point average of 3.2 (on a 4.0 scale), be a member of the graduating class and/or have complete their last year of intercollegiate athletic eligibility, have completed at least two years of intercollegiate competition and be a letterwinner in their respective sport.
GLENDIVE — Eric Amaya has signed with Dawson Community College to run both track and cross country, the school announced Monday.

The Belgrade product has personal-best times of 55.29 in the 400 meter run and 2:07.07 in the 800 meters. He also participated in football and wrestling during high school.

"I'm choosing to run for DCC because I am honored that I was offered a scholarship to run, it mean a lot to me when I was asked and I never thought that I would have gotten this far in my life," Amaya said in a press release.

Amaya is the fourth recruit to join the Buccaneers running program.

Thursday, July 5th 2018
Annual John Hahn Memorial Softball Tournament Starts Friday
The 51st Annual John Hahn Memorial Softball Tournament starts on Friday night and resumes at 7 AM on Saturday. Action will continue with 23 games concluding with the Championship on late Sunday afternoon at John Hahn Field in Fort Peck.

Game 1 — Kolstad Eye Clinic vs. Old Mill/Reynolds 6:30 PM FRI
Game 2 — Back Door Sliders vs. Victorious Secret 7:35 PM FRI
Game 3 — R Turs Saloon (WP) vs. Malta 7:00 AM SAT
Game 4 — Miles City vs. Mid Rivers/Triangle Electric (Sidney) 8:05 AM SAT
Game 5 — Irving Law vs. Game 1 Winner 9:10 AM SAT
Game 6 — Fort Peck Marina (Billings) vs. Game 2 Winner 10:15 AM SAT
Game 7 — ADC Foundation vs. Game 3 Winner 11:20 AM SAT
Game 8 — The Mill (Sidney/Billings) vs. Winner of Game 4 12:25 PM SAT

Full Bracket


Thursday, July 5th 2018
Reds Split Vs. Miles City
The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team split with the Miles City Mavericks on Tuesday night, winning 11-9 in the first game. The Reds were shut out in game two, 13-0.

They are scheduled to play in the Williston, North Dakota tournament this weekend, facing Watford City on Friday and Bismarck on Saturday.

Tuesday, July 3rd 2018
Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team 5th In Glendive
The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team took 28 athletes to Glendive this past weekend where they finished in 5th place. All teams that placed ahead of the GKST all brought more athletes to the meet. Overall the team showed great improvements as we are hitting the halfway point in the season. Leading the team with top three finishes was Peyten Birkoski (25 back- 2nd), Raelee Dowden (200IM- 3rd), Katie Kaiser (50 free/100 back/400 free- 1st), Sophia Larson (50 breast- 3rd), Tommi Prewett (200IM/100 breast/ 50 fly- 2nd), Ava Reyes (100 back- 3rd), Dalton Sand (100 free- 1st, 200IM/100 fly-2nd), and Myli Swindler (50 back- 3rd).

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Myli Swindler (10) or better known as Assistant-Assistant Coach Myli. This dedicated swimmer can be found every single swim meet she attends with a stop watch in her hand ready to tell the GKST swimmers what their times were after their races. With all of her enthusiasm and encouragement she is a great asset to have on the team. It was great to see Myli’s hard work pan out in the pool this weekend. Myli was able to PR in all the events she swam, including her individual events, exhibitioned event, and her relay splits. All together she cut off a total of 11.57 seconds!! However, the most exciting part of the meet for Myli was that she had a legal backstroke turn both Saturday and Sunday and had an AMAZING breaststroke pullout that all the stroke judges commended her on.

Other noteworthy performances came from Malin Beck who only competed on Saturday but took off 3.54 seconds in his 50 backstroke putting him in a solid third place finish. Tommi Prewett continued to shine as she exhibitioned the 100 fly for the first time. Tommi would have placed 1st if she selected it as one of her three individual events. Lastly, the Bantam Girls crushed the swim meet this weekend. Haleigh Huntsman, Peyten Birkoski, Aubrey Farrar, and Emersyn Tofte all made it into Sunday in one or more of their individual events and together competed in a Medley Relay where they placed 2nd.

Individual Results

Relay Results

Thursday, June 28th 2018
GRD Co-ed Softball
GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 27th 2018
Fort Peck Rip City def. Cottonwood Inn/Gateway 12-4
Old Mil/Tootsies def. Aune Masonry 13-1
Newton Motors def. Alley’s Palace 23-10

Fort Peck Rip City def. Newton Motors 17-11
Cottonwood Inn/Gateway def. Aune Masonry 5-4
Old Mil/Tootsies def. Alley’s Palace 11-6

League Standings
Old Mil/Tootsies 8-0
Newton Motors 6-2
Cottonwood Inn/Gateway 4-4
Fort Peck Rip City 4-4
Alley’s Palace 1-7
Aune Masonry 1-7
Next games:
NO GAMES ON JULY 4TH
Wednesday, July 11th 2018
Field 1: 6:00P.M. Aune Masonry vs. Alley’s Palace
7:30P.M. Aune Masonry vs. Fort Peck Rip City

Field 2: 6:00P.M. Cottonwood Inn/Gateway vs. Newton Motors
7:30P.M. Cottonwood Inn/Gateway vs. Alley’s Palace

Field 3: 6:00P.M. Old Mil/Tootsies vs. Fort Peck Rip City
7:30P.M. Old Mil Tootsies vs. Newton Motors

Monday, June 25th 2018
Reds Go 2-1 Over Weekend
The Glasgow Reds went 2-1 over the weekend at the Miles City Invitaitonal, taking 2 from Great Falls teams and losing to the Billings Halos.

The Reds defeated Great Falls 3-2 on Friday, lost to the Billings Halos 11-1 on Saturday, and came back to beat the Great Falls Electrics 9-4 on Sunday.

The Reds will host Malta for a double-header on Tuesday , and will host the Billings Blue Jays in a double-header on Wednesday.

Action both evenings is set to start at 5:30 p.m. and you can hear the games on 1240-AM KLTZ.

Monday, June 25th 2018
Plentywood Invitational Swim Team Results
The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team competed in Plentywood this past weekend with a strong performance from the 24 swimmers that attended. Even with only a third of the team present they were able to take home a 3rd place trophy. Leading the team with first place finishes was Jordan Billingsley (100 back), Rachel Billingsley (200IM), Peyten Birkoski (25 free, 25 back), Katie Kaiser (50 free, 100 back, 400 free), Ben Miller (100 breast), Dalton Sand (100 fly), and Natosha Sand (100 fly).

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Peyten Birkoski (8). Peyten had a breakout performance at the swim meet in the Bantam age division. This was Peyten’s first swim meet where she was able to place in the top 3 in her all her individual events.

On top of that she was able to drop some substantial amount of time in those events and swim a very competitive leg on a 9-10 girls relay. Peyten’s hard work was displayed this weekend as she not only was the 2nd highest point earner on our team but the 2nd highest place earner in the Bantam girl’s entire age division.

Other noteworthy performances came from the Sand siblings; Dalton and Natosha as they took down very strong competition in the 100 fly. Jordan Billingsley also showed true grit in his 100 backstroke where he PR’ed by three seconds and put up a great time for this early in the season.

Individual Results

Relay Results

Monday, June 18th 2018
8th Annual "Chappy" Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament
Eleven teams made it to Fort Peck this weekend for the 8th Annual "Chappy" Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament and 17 Games were played out on John Hahn Field! Action started on Friday night with two local games. After five more games on Saturday, the action was postponed due to rain/poor field conditions. The teams all returned on Sunday for a single elimination bracket event.

Here are the complete final results:

Friday:
Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 7 Rock's Auto Mall 3
Newton Motors/Northern Lights 10 Alley's Palace 6

Saturday:
Basic Pitches (Sidney) 11 Busted Knuckle 4
Out Crowd (Miles City/Billings) 22 Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 5
# Skoden (Billings) 16 Newton Motors/Northern Lights 14
Basic Pitches 16 Screamin' Gophers (Frazer) 6
American Legion Post 4 (Billings) 16 Team Classy (Sidney) 15

Sunday:
First Round--
Newton Motors/Northern Lights 16 Team Classy 4
Busted Knuckle 15 Rock's Auto Mall 5
Out Crowd 15 Alley's Palace 3
Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 9 Screamin' Gophers 6

Quarterfinals--
Basic Pitches 13 Newton Motors/Northern Lights 5
Busted Knuckle 9 American Legion Post 4 Billings 2
# Skoden 19 Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 5

Semifinals--
Out Crowd 5 Busted Knuckle 4
# Skoden 11 Basic Pitches 9

Championship--
Out Crowd (Miles City/Billings) 16 # Skoden (Billings) 8

1st Place - The Out Crowd (Miles City / Billings)
2nd Place - # Skoden (Billings)
3rd Place (Tie) - Basic Pitches (Sidney)
3rd Place (Tie) - Busted Knuckle (Glasgow)
Male MVP - Ronnie Anderson (Out Crowd)
Female MVP - Val Bowen (Out Crowd)
Male Home Run Derby Champion - Rained Out
Female Home Run Derby Champion - Rainded Out
Total Teams - 11

Eleven teams made it to Fort Peck this weekend for the 8th Annual "Chappy" Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament and 17 Games were played out on John Hahn Field! Action started on Friday night with two local games. After five more games on Saturday, the action was postponed due to rain/poor field conditions. The teams all returned on Sunday for a single elimination bracket event.

Here are the complete final results:

Friday:
Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 7 Rock's Auto Mall 3
Newton Motors/Northern Lights 10 Alley's Palace 6

Saturday:
Basic Pitches (Sidney) 11 Busted Knuckle 4
Out Crowd (Miles City/Billings) 22 Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 5
# Skoden (Billings) 16 Newton Motors/Northern Lights 14
Basic Pitches 16 Screamin' Gophers (Frazer) 6
American Legion Post 4 (Billings) 16 Team Classy (Sidney) 15

Sunday:
First Round--
Newton Motors/Northern Lights 16 Team Classy 4
Busted Knuckle 15 Rock's Auto Mall 5
Out Crowd 15 Alley's Palace 3
Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 9 Screamin' Gophers 6

Quarterfinals--
Basic Pitches 13 Newton Motors/Northern Lights 5
Busted Knuckle 9 American Legion Post 4 Billings 2
# Skoden 19 Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 5

Semifinals--
Out Crowd 5 Busted Knuckle 4
# Skoden 11 Basic Pitches 9

Championship--
Out Crowd (Miles City/Billings) 16 # Skoden (Billings) 8

1st Place - The Out Crowd (Miles City / Billings)
2nd Place - # Skoden (Billings)
3rd Place (Tie) - Basic Pitches (Sidney)
3rd Place (Tie) - Busted Knuckle (Glasgow)
Male MVP - Ronnie Anderson (Out Crowd)
Female MVP - Val Bowen (Out Crowd)
Male Home Run Derby Champion - Rained Out
Female Home Run Derby Champion - Rainded Out
Total Teams - 11

Monday, June 18th 2018
Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team Roundup Meet Results
The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team competed in Roundup this weekend. The weather wasn’t ideal as it rained nearly the entire two day meet. However the team persevered and pushed on to a 7th place finish with only 14 swimmers in attendance. Leading the team with top 3 finishes was Katie Kiaser (50 free, 100 back, and 400 free- 1st), Tommi Prewett (100 breast- 2nd, 200 IM- 3rd), Ava Reyes (200 free- 3rd), Dalton Sand (100 fly- 1st, 200 IM, 200 free- 2nd), and Natosha Sand (100 fly- 1st,100 free- 2nd). Katie Kiaser also took home Highpoint honors for the 15-19 age group.

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Addison Zoanni (11). Addison is a first year swimmer who competed in her very first swim meet in Roundup where she placed 10th, 11th, and 12th in her respected events. Addison was able to qualify for Sunday in all her individual events including the breaststroke which is a very difficult stroke to swim legally so soon in the season. Addison also was able to improve ALL 3 of her event times from Saturday to Sunday. In her backstroke she took off 3.5 seconds and moved up from 12th place to 10th in finals. Another noteworthy performance came from Nicholas Kulczyk (7) who qualified for Sunday in the 25, and 50 free with personal best times.

Roundup Individual Results

Roundup Relay Results

Roundup Team Results

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