Scotties defeat Sidney in non-conference volleyball
GLASGOW def. SIDNEY
25-13, 25-22, 25-21
Glasgow: Kills:33 (Laura Ross 8). Assists: 28 (Rachelle Glaser 27). Aces: 6 (three with 2). Digs: 22 (Anika Peters 5). Blocks: 10 (Keely Fossum 5)
Sidney: Kills:0. Assists: 0. Aces: 0. Digs: 0. Blocks: 0
Glasgow defeats Cut Bank in homecoming football 46-0
Cut Bank 0-0-0-0
Final: Glasgow 46 - Cut Bank 0
Glasgow Middle School Girls Win Glendive, Boys Take 2nd
After knocking on the door for team honors the first two meets of the season, the Glasgow Middle School girls cross country team won the team title at last week’s Glendive Invitational. The Scottie boys took second to a strong Sidney team.
Glasgow’s girls placed all five scoring runners in the top 9 at Glendive for a total of 27 points. Sidney’s middle school girls took second with 57, Fairview with 85, Wolf Point with 92, and Circle with 104 points.
The Scotties were paced by 8th grader Emily See with a 4th place finish. See ran the 3,000-meter course in 12:59.93, just .30 seconds behind the third-place finisher. The next five Glasgow runners took the next 7 places, with Abigail Kulczyk in 5th place, Eve Stone in 6th, Kheyerah Bilger in 8th, Kimber Dulaney in 9th, and Piper Johnson in 11th place.
The next pack of Glasgow runners were led by 6th grader Riley Evenson-Glasoe, Addison Jones, Allie Palm, Josie Kemp, Kaylly Turner, Joely Chappell, Harlyn Brandt, Triniti Anderson, and Allison Bailey.
On the boys side, 8th grader Eli Feezell finished in 2nd place overall with a time of 11:22. Sixth-grader Tavin Boland took 9th, followed by Jackson Bishop, Austin Miller, Aaron Miller, Malin Beck, Ted See, Owen Thompson, Noah Leckie, and Dustin Erb.
The Glasgow harriers were one of only three complete teams. Sidney won the meet with 26 points, Glasgow tallied 48 points, and Glendive’s Washington Middle School took third with 54 points.
Glasgow’s runners will compete in the Poplar Invitational this Saturday, Sept. 21. The race features a combined boys-and-girls elementary race at 10 a.m. followed by middle school girls at 10:30 and middle school boys at 11. High schoolers race following the middle school events. The course is just north of Poplar, based at the tribal/BIA headquarters on Medicine Bear Road.
Scottie Sports Schedule
Cross Country- Poplar Invitational on Saturday
Volleyball- Thursday vs Sidney C/JV/V starting at 4pm
Saturday vs Poplar starting at 1pm C/JV/V
Football- Glasgow JV will host Harlem on Monday at 5pm
Cut Bank vs Glasgow on Friday starting at 7pm (Homecoming Football Game)
Scotties defeat Harlem and move to 2-0 in District 2-B Volleyball
Glasgow def. Harlem 25-8, 25-15, 25-15
Montana Prep Volleyball Scores
Anaconda def. Bigfork 25-13, 25-11, 25-17
Billings Central def. Livingston 3-0
Dillon def. Hamilton 25-21, 25-22, 26-24
Glasgow def. Harlem 25-8, 25-15, 25-15
Grass Range-Winnett def. Harlowton 25-17, 25-14, 25-19
Jefferson def. Big Timber 3-0
Miles City def. Lewistown 24-26, 25-18, 19-25, 25-6, 15-6
North Star def. Valier 25-27, 25-19, 25-18, 25-15
Power def. Augusta 25-20, 23-25, 25-15, 26-24
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale def. Wolf Point 25-14, 25-17, 25-17
Seeley-Swan def. Darby 3-1
Thompson Falls def. Anaconda 25-23, 25-23, 25-15
Townsend def. Fairfield 3-1
Saturday Prep Football Scores
Saturday football scores
Circle 1, Lame Deer 0 (forfeit)
Darby 41, Plains 26
Fort Benton 53, Centerville 12
Lone Peak 76, St. Labre 0
Power-Dutton-Brady 64, Box Elder 6
Shelby 88, Hays-Lodgepole 0
Sheridan 70, Fromberg 0
Valier 47, North Star 44
West Yellowstone 44, Park City 20
Ducks defeat Griz 35-3
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Justin Herbert isn't satisfied yet but he's confident that the Ducks are on the right path.
The senior quarterback threw for 316 yards and five touchdowns in No. 15 Oregon's 35-3 victory Saturday night over Montana, the Ducks' final tuneup before opening Pac-12 play at Stanford next week.
Jacob Breeland and Johnny Johnson III each caught a pair of touchdowns for the Ducks (2-1), who won their 25th straight nonconference game at Autzen Stadium.
"I think we've been doing some good things and definitely some stuff we can learn and fix, but I like the direction we're going in and I like the guys who've stepped up and made plays," Herbert said.
Herbert has thrown for a touchdown in 31 straight games, the longest current streak in the nation. It was his fifth career five-touchdown game, most by an Oregon quarterback. Marcus Mariota had four.
Fifth-year senior Dalton Sneed threw for 184 yards for FCS-level Montana (2-1), which avoided its first shutout since 1988 with Brandon Purdy's 25-yard field goal late in the third quarter.
"We need to get better. We lost," Montana coach Bobby Hauck said when asked what his team can take away from the game. "We came here to win, and we didn't do it."
Oregon was coming off a 77-6 rout of Nevada that helped get the team back on track after a disappointing loss to Auburn in the season opener. Herbert also threw five TDs against the Wolf Pack and now has 11 for the season.
"We're a real brotherhood this year, and you know it's a real family on this team and I think he (Herbert) knows that and he's a big part of this family and we all look up to him," Johnson said.
Montana opened the season with wins over South Dakota and North Alabama, climbing into the STATS FCS Top 25 at No. 20. The Ducks are the second-highest ranked team the Grizzlies have faced in the modern era after a 63-7 loss to No. 7 Washington two years ago.
Montana senior receiver Jerry Louie-McGee caught six passes for 66 yards. He went into the game needing just three catches to break Raul Pacheco's career record of 192 set in 1998.
Herbert made his first 10 passes of the game for 113 yards and two scores, both to Breeland.
Oregon scored on its first drive when Herbert connected with Breeland on a 5-yard touchdown pass. Ducks linebacker Mase Funa ended Montana's opening drive when he sacked Sneed. Funa, a true freshman, went into the game with four tackles for loss to lead the Pac-12.
Breeland caught a 17-yard scoring pass before the first quarter was over to make it 14-0.
As time wound down in the half, Herbert's pass on a fourth-and-1 attempt was incomplete, giving the ball to the Grizzlies on their own 45. But the drive ended when Brandon Purdy's 50-yard field goal attempt was short.
With 10 seconds left, Herbert shook off a defender for an 18-yard pass to a diving Johnson in the end zone, sending the Ducks into the break with a 21-0 lead.
"It shows how strong he is at 240 pounds, I thought he was wrapped up, the whole stadium thought he was wrapped up," Oregon coach Mario Cristobal said about Herbert's evasiveness. "He found a way to shake out of that and show how strong he really is."
Herbert found Johnson with a 1-yard TD pass in the third quarter, before a 10-yard scoring pass early in the fourth to Jaylon Redd.
Oregon was without graduate transfer Juwan Johnson for the third straight game because of a leg injury. Johnson was expected to be one of Herbert's top targets this season.
Montana: The Grizzlies will make $650,000 for the visit to Eugene. Hauck was asked about those guarantee games during his Monday news conference. ... Montana had scored 92 points in its first two games. ... Sneed, who started his career at UNLV, was the Big Sky's newcomer of the year last season, when he led the Grizzlies in both passing and rushing. He threw for 2,723 yards and 22 touchdowns while rushing for 675 yards and two more scores.
Oregon: Travis Dye led Oregon's rushers with 17 carries for 101 yards. ... The Ducks now lead the series 8-0-1 with all the games played in Eugene. The closest the Grizzlies came was a 14-all tie in 1952. ... Oregon senior point guard Peyton Pritchard announced the Ducks' starters before the game.
SMOOTH OPERATOR: Hauck, who has a connection to the Herbert family, had high praise for the senior quarterback.
"His dad went to Montana for a couple of years. Mark was at Montana when we were there. I think he was a sophomore when I was a freshman," Hauck said. "He's a good player. You guys know, I talked about him all week. I had high regard for him before the game. I just think he's a smooth operator."
Montana: The Grizzlies host Monmouth of the FCS-level Big South Conference on Saturday.
Oregon: The Ducks open league play on Saturday at Stanford, which lost 45-27 to No. 17 UCF this weekend.
Jones, Montana State run past Western Illinois 23-14
MACOMB, Ill. (AP) — Logan Jones ran for 167 yards and two touchdowns and Montana State defeated Western Illinois 23-14 on Saturday.
Jones, a senior who more than doubled his career rushing total of 152 yards, started in place of injured Isaiah Ifanse. Jones opened the scoring with a 14-yard run in the first quarter and added MSU's only other touchdown on an 87-yard jaunt in the third quarter.
The game was tied at 7 at halftime before MSU (No. 15 in FCS Coaches' Poll) scored the first 10 points of the third quarter, the touchdown coming on Jones' long run. Western Illinois cut it to 17-14 on a 3-yard run by Jared Drake that capped an 8-play, 75-yard drive.
Western Illinois (0-3) drove toward a go-ahead score and reached the MSU 25 before the Bobcats' Damien Washington intercepted a pass by Connor Sampson. Montana State (2-1) drove deep into Leathernecks territory but WIU held for a field goal and again drove for the potential go-ahead score. The Leathernecks reached the MSU 13-yard line, but offensive holding and two incomplete passes left them facing 4th-and-14 from the 18. They settled for a 35-yard field-goal attempt that was missed by Nathan Erickson.
Montana State took possession with 6:57 remaining and drove to the WIU 30, facing 4th-and-5 with 2:45 to go. Tristan Bailey, who was good on all three of his tries, kicked a 47-yard field goal for the final margin.
Sampson was 18 of 35 for 281 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
MSU's Casey Bauman was 16 of 30 for 149 yards.
Prep Football Scores from Friday
Belt 50, Rocky Boy 8
Big Sandy 60, Mon-Dak 14
Billings Central 35, Sidney 0
Billings West 40, Billings Skyview 3
Bozeman 34, Billings Senior 19
Butte 35, Helena 27
Carter County 52, Culbertson 14
Choteau 46, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 24
Clark Fork 57, Thompson Falls 38
Dillon 33, Butte Central 7
Eureka 43, Deer Lodge 6
Fairfield 28, Cut Bank 7
Fairview 66, Lodge Grass 0
Flint Creek 46, Charlo 20
Florence 45, Anaconda 6
Frenchtown 31, Corvallis 3
Geraldine/Highwood 34, Sunburst 32
Glasgow 32, Baker 6
Glendive def. Livingston, forfeit
Great Falls Central 49, Cascade 8
Great Falls Russell 20, Belgrade 14, OT
Harlowton 39, Valley Christian 0
Havre 35, Hardin 12
Helena Capital 48, Kalispell Glacier 33
Hot Springs 25, Shields Valley 13
Huntley Project 18, Shepherd 12, 2OT
Jefferson (Boulder) 13, Columbus 6
Jordan 43, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 0
Libby 55, Ronan 6
Malta 50, Conrad 19
Manhattan 47, Three Forks 0
Miles City 21, Laurel 16
Missoula Hellgate 35, Missoula Big Sky 21
Missoula Loyola 47, Whitehall 25
Missoula Sentinel 42, Kalispell Flathead 0
Mullan, Idaho 52, Victor 6
Noxon 34, Reed Point-Rapelje 24
Plentywood 24, Broadus 20
Polson 21, Browning 6
Red Lodge 44, Colstrip 6
Richey-Lambert 70, Roy-Winifred 34
Roundup 39, Poplar 6
Savage 71, Custer-Hysham 6
Scobey 74, Forsyth 20
Seeley-Swan 48, Arlee 12
St. Ignatius 68, Troy 30
Townsend 48, Big Timber 6
Twin Bridges 54, Absarokee 20
Whitefish 17, Columbia Falls 14
Class C Volleyball scores
North Country Lady Mavericks defeated Bainville 3-0 in 1C volleyball action Friday. 25-18, 25-7, 25-13
Culbertson beats Nashua/Opheim in 3 sets;
25-10, 25-19, 25-20
Stats for Nashua/Opheim
Team Totals/Individual Leaders
Kills=7, Tia Dees=6
Blocks=6, Tia Dees=3
Aces=12, Devin Fromdahl=4
Digs=8, Devin Fromdahl=2, Mandy Fuhrmann=2
Assists=3, Hadynn Adkins=1, Tia Dees=1, Kaitlyn Miller=1
Glasgow defeats Baker 32-6
Final: Glasgow 32 - Baker 6
Cordell Younkin 25 yard TD Run, Alec Boland 2 point conversion run
Boland to Loden Idler, 38 yard TD Pass, Jesse Lee 2 point conversion
Boland to Idler, 45 yard TD Pass, Boland to Tel Aune 2 point conversionpass
Boland to Idler, TD Pass, Younkin 2 point conversion run
High School Cross Country Results From Glendive
Boys: Glasgow 30, Dawson County 42, Wolf Point 59, Sidney 88
1 Overby, Wilson Glasgow 16:48.26 1
2 Ackerman, Zander Wolf Point 17:08.28 2
3 Skartved, Justin Dawson County 18:08.94 3
4 Harrington, Cody Dawson County 18:28.20 4
5 Zabrocki, Carl Glasgow 18:34.83 5
6 Grigsby, Calob Dawson County 18:47.84 6
7 Miller, Bergen Glasgow 19:11.84 7
8 Meiers, Jacob Glasgow 19:16.68 8
9 Thompson, Lane Glasgow 19:21.39 9
10 Spotted Wolf, August Wolf Point 19:29.94 10
11 Laverne-Hutchinson, Sage Wolf Point 19:31.55 11
12 Carlsen, Ben Sidney 19:48.34 12
13 Toves, Kaholo Wolf Point 20:02.22 13
14 Sarriegi, Asier Dawson County 20:03.72 14
15 Hopfauf, Alex Dawson County 20:18.86 15
16 Cline, Kaiden Sidney 20:21.61 16
17 Dodds, Seth Sidney 20:25.22 17
18 Wageman, Tim Glasgow 20:28.02 18
19 Severson, Hudson Sidney 20:28.18 19
20 Crockett, Christian Dawson County 20:40.06 20
21 Lloyd, Blake Glasgow 20:46.35 21
22 Badac:, Chris Terry 20:49.20
23 Cozzens, Rory Fairview 20:53.39
24 Lassey, Anders Fairview 21:02.15
25 Blount, Ethan Wolf Point 21:04.92 22
26 Olson, Kenneth Fairview 21:12.28
27 Bauer, Kelby Wolf Point 21:14.44 23
28 Jensen, Everett Sidney 21:25.85 24
29 Watson, Mark Sidney 21:44.33 25
30 Olson, Tyler Sidney 24:28.42 26
31 Braddock, Wes Terry 28:07.65
Girls: Dawson County 23, Sidney 47, Wolf Point 52
1 Padden, Lauren Glasgow 22:37.16
2 Eggert, Shawna Richey-Lambert 23:09.73
3 Crighton, Julia Dawson County 23:12.15 1
4 Stinnett, Abigail Dawson County 23:40.66 2
5 Nelson, Lexi Sidney 23:49.79 3
6 Mittelstaed, Ryliegh Dawson County 23:51.60 4
7 Campbell, Hamyanie Wolf Point 24:05.22 5
8 Walker, Kasidi Dawson County 24:09.70 6
9 Four Star, Kamea Wolf Point 24:20.14 7
10 Beck, Kira Glasgow 24:26.34
11 Hartwell, Stevie Glasgow 24:33.13
12 Turner, Haylly Glasgow 24:35.44
13 Olson, Cassi Circle 24:36.68
14 Nelson, Tavie Circle 25:14.60
15 Mateos,, Jimena Terry 25:15.60
16 Wick, Lilli Sidney 26:03.01 8
17 Deserly, Shelica Wolf Point 26:05.84 9
18 Undem, Keely Dawson County 26:06.78 10
19 Kuntz, Serenity Sidney 26:21.50 11
20 Erickson, Erin Sidney 26:44.52 12
21 Frank, Claire Sidney 27:25.53 13
22 Selting, Lacie Fairview 28:13.90
23 Ponce-Curl, Abby Wolf Point 29:15.98 14
24 Brost, Tristyn Sidney 29:28.46 15
25 Coronato, Lorraine Sidney 31:09.02 16
26 Norton, Savannah Circle 33:43.24
27 Porras, Katrina Wolf Point 35:27.44 17
28 Grandchamp, Presley Wolf Point 36:07.69 18
1 Tryan, Ted Glasgow 20:13.37 1
2 Parent, Jacob Dawson County 20:17.26 2
3 Reske, Tommy Dawson County 20:18.40 3
4 Mickelsen, Gabe Dawson County 20:21.72 4
5 Burman, Payden Dawson County 20:23.85 5
6 Birdhat, Christian Wolf Point 20:51.81 6
7 Johnson, Trevor Glasgow 20:55.41 7
8 Goodman, Michael Wolf Point 21:00.75 8
9 Larsen, Reed Glasgow 21:01.78 9
10 Sukut, Fynn Glasgow 21:19.46 10
11 Lilley, Treyton Wolf Point 21:31.50 11
12 Cumber, Colter Glasgow 21:43.79 12
13 Shipp, Trevor Glasgow 21:54.70 13
14 Kassner, Jace Dawson County 22:19.95 14
15 Turner, Jaysen Glasgow 22:53.49 15
16 Sibley, Keevan Glasgow 23:34.83
17 Hansen, Jace Sidney 23:43.60
18 Rodriguez, Ben Glasgow 23:46.27
19 Barlow, Jared Glasgow 23:59.55
20 Lantis, Corbin Dawson County 24:06.99 16
21 Azure, Jaxon Wolf Point 24:21.86 17
22 Brabeck, Donny Glasgow 27:18.78
23 Kirn, Slade Wolf Point 28:08.30 18
24 Lopez, Kevin Fairview 33:58.23
1 Dean, Shaylee Fairview 26:54.40 1
2 Barlow, Aubrey Glasgow 28:09.81
3 Nyquist, Elizabeth Glasgow 28:35.74
4 Lagerquist, Shanice Glasgow 28:37.22
5 Gullikson, Britnee Fairview 28:55.20 2
6 Karst, Ashley Fairview 29:37.38 3
7 Burman, Audrey Fairview 31:20.10 4
8 Hofer, Scout Fairview 35:26.98 5
9 Deserly, Jillian Wolf Point 37:06.69
Poplar native Hunter Azure to make UFC debut Saturday
Story from Billings Gazette:
BILLINGS — Poplar native Hunter Azure will make his Ultimate Fighting Championship debut on Saturday at UFC Fight Night Vancouver.
Azure (7-0-0) will take on Canadian Brad Katona (8-1-0) at the Rogers Center in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Azure and Katona are fourth on the event's preliminary fight card.
The UFC Fight Night Vancouver prelims are scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. Mountain time, and the main card will start at 6 p.m. The entire event will be streamed on ESPN+.
Azure, a four-time Class B state wrestling champion at Poplar, earned a UFC contract in July through the Dana White Contender Series.
Scottie Volleyball team picks up victory over Malta
GLASGOW def. MALTA
25-15, 25-12, 25-6
Glasgow: Kills:21 (Taylor Peterson 8). Assists: 15 (Rachelle Glaser 14). Aces: 13 (Anika Peters 5). Digs: 18 (Laura Ross 7). Blocks: 5 (Glaser 3)
Malta: Kills:4 (Kaylee Bishop 2, Erica Smith 2). Assists: 4 (Lauren Tuss 2, Smith 2). Aces: 2 (Bishop 1, Hunter 1). Digs: 30 (Kylie Hunter 8). Blocks: 1 (Sidney Meeks 1)
Glendive Invitational Middle School Cross Country Results
Girls: Glasgow 27, Sidney 57, Fairview 85, Wolf Point 92, Circle-Redwater 104
1 Kleinke, Ryleigh Ms_sidney 11:58.50 1
2 Griffiths, Adrianna Ms_washingto 12:05.46
3 Cozzens, Lauren Ms_fairview 12:59.63 2
4 See, Emily Ms_glasgow 12:59.93 3
5 Kulczyk, Abigail Ms_glasgow 13:01.75 4
6 Stone, Eve Ms_glasgow 13:04.79 5
7 Kindopp, Morgan Ms_sidney 13:08.19 6
8 Bilger, Kheyerah Ms_glasgow 13:25.03 7
9 Dulaney, Kimber Ms_glasgow 13:37.86 8
10 Coughlin, Elliott Ms_trinity C 13:38.94
11 Johnson, Piper Ms_glasgow 13:43.09 9
12 Tooke, Greta Ms_sacred He 13:47.09
13 Blount, Brenna Ms_wolf Point 13:49.67 10
14 Eksteen, AnnDee Ms_sidney 14:08.27 11
15 Blount, Keeley Ms_wolf Point 14:08.67 12
16 Idland, Marley Ms_circle-Redwater 14:11.27 13
17 Baxter, Brielle Ms_fairview 14:24.62 14
18 David, Anna Ms_sacred He 14:24.65
19 Four Bear, Gabrielle Ms_wolf Point 14:48.88 15
20 Evenson-Glasoe, Riley Ms_glasgow 14:51.46 16
21 Taylor, Jonica Ms_circle-Redwater 14:56.21 17
22 Riedel, Averi Ms_fairview 14:58.20 18
23 Hill, Brynne Ms_richey-Lambert 15:00.04
24 Wieland, Kinley Ms_sidney 15:04.94 19
25 Hovde, Cedar Ms_sidney 15:18.76 20
26 Jones, Addison Ms_glasgow 15:24.51
27 Stanley, Kieryn Ms_circle-Redwater 15:35.11 21
28 Sportsman, Sage Ms_washingto 15:42.95
29 Palm, Allie Ms_glasgow 15:47.42
30 Klempel, Jolee Ms_richey-Lambert 15:47.56
31 Kemp, Josie Ms_glasgow 15:50.67
32 Molloy, Jolene Ms_sidney 15:51.99 22
33 Barnick, Abby Ms_washingto 16:05.07
34 Robbins, Jade Ms_richey-Lambert 16:19.82
35 Turner, Kalylly Ms_glasgow 16:21.75
36 Weeding, Matilda Ms_circle-Redwater 16:25.14 23
37 Burns, Ellie Ms_sidney 16:28.14 24
38 Wick, Theresa Ms_sidney 16:30.68
39 Gullikson, Ava Ms_fairview 16:34.03 25
40 Duede, MacKenzie Ms_washingto 16:37.21
41 Sommerfeld, Lucy Ms_sidney 16:48.64
42 Chappell, JoJo Ms_glasgow 16:53.92
43 Fry, Isabelle Ms_fairview 16:54.00 26
44 Doney, Ameliya Ms_wolf Point 17:02.81 27
45 Williams, Teagan Ms_wolf Point 17:05.16 28
46 Strasheim, Bella Ms_sidney 17:34.22
47 Dean, Rylee Ms_fairview 17:58.81 29
48 Brandt, Harlyn Ms_glasgow 18:28.21
49 Hogan, Tina Ms_circle-Redwater 18:45.90 30
50 Campbell, Hamyanie Wolf Point 20:28.07
51 Anderson, Triniti Ms_glasgow 20:34.53
52 Bailey, Allison Ms_glasgow 20:35.65
53 Painter, Shaniah Ms_sidney 21:06.71
54 Taylor, Julia Ms_circle-Redwater 21:29.27 31
55 Thompson, Madison Ms_circle-Redwater 21:38.15 32
56 Hines, Kamilla Ms_wolf Point 23:28.22 33
Boys: Sidney 26, Glasgow 48, Glendive 54
1 Summers, Peyton Ms_wolf Point 10:59.47
2 Feezell, Eli Ms_glasgow 11:22.83 1
3 Averett, Jarret Ms_sidney 11:41.37 2
4 Heggum, Carter Ms_sidney 11:42.78 3
5 Layton, Jack Ms_sacred He 11:49.28
6 Eggert, Ryan Ms_richey-Lambert 12:25.21
7 Stevens, Daniel Ms_sidney 12:49.17 4
8 James, Barnick Ms_washingto 12:51.78 5
9 Boland, Tavin Ms_glasgow 12:59.68 6
10 Wyatt, Robinson Ms_washingto 13:03.98 7
11 Crooks, Cody Ms_sidney 13:10.84 8
12 Crosby, Jeremiah Ms_trinity C 13:11.26
13 Richards, James Ms_trinity C 13:17.93
14 Babcock, Ethan Ms_trinity C 13:23.63
15 Carlsen, Nathan Ms_sidney 13:27.27 9
16 Mays, Rebel Ms_wolf Point 13:28.42
17 Smith, Sylas Ms_sacred He 13:47.93
18 Poulsen, Ty Ms_fairview 13:49.78
19 Fornall, Branson Ms_washingto 14:03.89 10
20 Bishop, Jackson Ms_glasgow 14:23.52 11
21 Gonzalez, Cristian Ms_sidney 14:23.55 12
22 Knoll, Parker Ms_washingto 14:58.02 13
23 Mollman, Tristen Ms_sacred He 15:03.47
24 Miller, Austin Ms_glasgow 15:27.88 14
25 Trevino, Miguel Ms_sidney 15:35.77 15
26 Miller, Aaron Ms_glasgow 15:39.19 16
27 Damm, Kenny Ms_sidney 15:41.05
28 Bow, Jack Ms_wolf Point 15:43.35
29 Olson, Zach Ms_sidney 15:44.44
30 Ponce-Curl, Andy Ms_wolf Point 15:44.63
31 Beck, Malin Ms_glasgow 15:48.00 17
32 See, Ted Ms_glasgow 15:58.96 18
33 Grindeland, Gavin Ms_trinity C 16:29.54
34 Wayne, Zimdars Ms_washingto 17:01.10 19
35 Stiles, Kash Ms_sidney 17:03.83
36 Thompson, Owen Ms_glasgow 17:22.36
37 Roppel, Dylan Ms_washingto 18:04.52 20
38 Heinnrich, Hunter Ms_washingto 18:58.18 21
39 Leckie, Noah Ms_glasgow 19:37.17
40 Erb, Dustin Ms_glasgow 19:49.42
41 Price, Kalen Ms_sidney 20:04.86
KLTZ Sports Broadcasts This Week
*Wednesday, Sept. 11th*
Montana Grizzlies Coaches Show, 6:30 p.m.
Montana State Cat Chat with Jeff Choate, 7:30 p.m.
*Thursday, Sept. 12th*
Coach's Corner, 6:30 p.m.
*Friday, Sept. 13th*
High School Football: Baker @ Glasgow, Pre-game 6:45, Kick-off 7:00 p.m.
*Saturday, Sept. 14th*
Saturday Morning Sports Show, 8:00 a.m.
College Football: MSU @ Western Illinois, Pre-game 1 p.m., Kick-off 2 p.m. & Montana @ Oregon, 6:30 p.m. Pre-game, Kick-off @ 8:45 p.m.
Scottie Sports Schedule
Glasgow Volleyball vs Malta at Scottie Gymnasium
C/JV/V starting at 4pm
Glasgow Cross Country at Glendive
Glasgow Football hosting Baker Spartans at Scottie Field
Broadcast on Kltz with pregame at 6:45
Glasgow Volleyball at Harlem
C/JV/V starting at 1pm
Saturday College Football Scores
Montana 61, North Alabama 17
Montana State 38, Southeast Missouri State 17
Dickinson State 34, University of Jamestown 0
Rocky Mountain College 53, Northern 34
University of Montana Western 31, Carroll College 24
Saturday High School Football Scores
Sep 07, 2019 4:49PM (GMT 22:49) - 47 words
By The Associated Press
Bridger 71, Fromberg 0
Centerville 48, Chinook 32
Geraldine/Highwood 60, Box Elder 20
Power-Dutton-Brady 35, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 19
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS=
Grass Range-Winnett vs. Custer-Hysham, ccd.
Volleyball Results From Chinook Tournament
Glasgow def. Malta 25-16, 25-11
Glasgow def. Cut Bank 25-18, 25-12
Glasgow def. Simms 25-20, 25-18. The Scotties go 7-0 on the weekend and win the tournament championship!
Full Cross Country Meet Details From Glasgow Time Trial Meet
GLASGOW TIME TRIAL MEET
1 Zander Ackerman Wolf Point 17:26.7
2 Wilson Overby Glasgow 17:32.9
3 Carl Zabrocki Glasgow 19:20.4
4 August Spotted Wolf Wolf Point 19:55.9
5 Bergen Miller Glasgow 20:08.2
6 Carson Ullmer Culbertson 20:21.1
7 Kaholo Toves Wolf Point 20:26.8
8 Lane Thompson Glasgow 20:34.6
9 Mason Green Scobey 20:36.4
10 Blake Lloyd Glasgow 21:01.1
11 Tim Wageman Glasgow 21:04.0
12 Ted Tryan Glasgow 21:06.8
13 Devon Southland Scobey 21:12.3
14 JP Braut Scobey 21:14.6
15 Isaiah Dany Hays Lodgepole 21:36.2
16 Christian Birdhat Wolf Point 22:06.9
17 Ethan Blount Wolf Point 22:07.3
18 Kelby Bauer Wolf Point 22:07.6
19 Reed Larsen Glasgow 22:24.0
20 Trevor Johnson Glasgow 22:43.8
21 Wyatt Snyder Culbertson 22:44.6
22 Treyton Lilley Wolf Point 22:45.3
23 Colter Cumber Glasgow 23:00.6
24 Mike Goodman Wolf Point 23:29.9
25 Blue Fettig Frazer 23:46.1
26 Bill Quincy Hays Lodgepole 24:06.4
27 Isaiah Bighorn Culbertson 24:11.3
28 Keevan Sibley Glasgow 24:37.5
29 Clayton Marchwick Culbertson 25:18.1
30 Jaxon Azure Wolf Point 26:05.4
31 Payden Coldwell Plentywood 26:15.8
32 Drae Nelson Culbertson 26:35.6
33 Jared Barlow Glasgow 27:35.9
34 Randy Buckles Hays Lodgepole 28:02.8
35 Slade P Wolf Point 28:09.9
36 Fynn Sukut Glasgow 28:47.6
37 Donnie Brabeck Glasgow 29:11.9
38 Dylan Hlad Glasgow 29:32.9
39 Maurice Bighorn Culbertson 29:42.8
Wolf Point 45
Hays Lodgepole NS
Glasgow Time Trials - Girls
1 Iris McKean Glasgow 20:48.4
2 Annie Kaul Plentywood 21:00.2
3 Ali Cunningham Glasgow 22:10.8
4 Lauren Padden Glasgow 23:43.8
5 Hamyanie Campbell Wolf Point 24:38.1
6 Kayli Olson Culbertson 24:50.4
7 Cassie Olson Circle 24:52.5
8 Kira Beck Glasgow 25:09.4
9 Haylly Turner Glasgow 25:34.9
10 Kamea Four Star Wolf Point 25:37.3
11 Taylor Leischner Scobey 25:46.2
12 Autumn Bergum Culbertson 25:34.6
13 Stevie Hartwell Glasgow 25:59.5
14 Karys Lamb Scobey 26:15.9
15 Sage Kilgore Scobey 26:18.5
16 Tavie Nelson Circle 26:44.4
17 Riley Holum Scobey 26:56.0
18 Alexa Fishell Scobey 27:03.6
19 Hannah Ginley Whitewater 27:26.2
20 Alyssa Boushie Frazer 27:33.6
21 Kaydin Sibley Frazer 28:13.5
22 Kylee Kleppen Plentywood 28:30.4
23 Donna Butikofer Culbertson 29:13.0
24 Aubrey Barlon Glasgow 29:45.9
25 Sarah Anderson Scobey 30:03.1
26 Jennifer Cahill Scobey 30:58.6
27 Madison Simpson Plentywood 31:16.8
28 Carly Friedrich Plentywood 31:36.0
29 Elizabeth Nyquist Glasgow 31:45.9
30 Savannah Norton Circle 31:51.5
31 Chandalynn Smoker Frazer 32:53.6
32 Abigail Ponce-Curl Wolf Point 36:53.0
33 Catrina Porras Wolf Point 36:57.0
34 Cheyenne Falcon Plentywood 37:00.0
Wolf Point NS
In Glendive on Thursday, September 12th
Scottie Boys And Girls Win Last-Minute Meet
With the Malta Invitational cross country meet canceled, Glasgow made up their own meet on Saturday morning. With the wet conditions, the meet was held at the high school, with runners competing on an out and back on the gravel road behind GHS.
The Scottie girls finished first with 25 points over an 8-team field.
1. Iris McKean, 20:48
3. Ali Cunningham
4. Lauren Padden
8. Kira Beck
9. Haylly Turner
13. Stevie Hartwell
24. Aubrey Barlow
29. Elizabeth Nyquist
The Scottie boys also won, scoring 28 points in the 7 team field.
2. Wilson Overby, 17:32
3. Carl Zabrocki
5. Bergen Miller
8. Lane Thompson
10. Blake Lloyd
11. Tim Wageman
12. Ted Tryan
19. Reed Larsen
20. Trevor Johnson
23. Colter Cumber
28. Keevan Sibley
33. Jared Barlow
36. Fynn Sukut
37. Donnie Brabeck
38. Dylan Hlad
Friday Football Scores
Sep 06, 2019 10:49PM (GMT 04:49) - 273 words
By The Associated Press
Baker 34, Wolf Point 13
Big Sandy 51, North Star 6
Big Timber 21, Colstrip 12
Bigfork 12, Cut Bank 6, OT
Billings Central 17, Lewistown (Fergus) 7
Billings West 48, Kalispell Flathead 7
Butte 52, Great Falls Russell 21
Carter County 40, Plentywood 14
Chester-Joplin-Inverness 28, Cascade 20
Circle 46, Lodge Grass 6
Clark Fork 54, St. Ignatius 32
Columbia Falls 37, Ronan 6
Deer Lodge 33, Three Forks 0
Dillon 42, Stevensville 0
Eureka 49, Townsend 14
Fairfield 38, Missoula Loyola 7
Fairview 54, Culbertson 14
Flint Creek 68, Troy 20
Forsyth 43, Broadus 13
Fort Benton 70, Hays-Lodgepole 12
Frenchtown 28, Butte Central 0
Glasgow 48, Conrad 6
Great Falls Central 28, Belt 14
Hamilton 47, Corvallis 7
Havre 43, Glendive 6
Helena 19, Belgrade 0
Helena Capital 31, Great Falls 21
Hot Springs 52, Sunburst 6
Huntley Project 48, Anaconda 8
Joliet 42, Lone Peak 12
Libby 35, Browning 12
Malta 58, Roundup 14
Manhattan 54, Florence 14
Miles City 41, Hardin 0
Missoula Big Sky 21, Bozeman 18
Missoula Hellgate 39, Billings Skyview 0
Missoula Sentinel 21, Billings Senior 3
Mt. Spokane, Wash. 38, Kalispell Glacier 35
Noxon 64, Heart Butte 7
Park City 38, Ennis 12
Poplar 34, Harlem 0
Red Lodge 21, Columbus 20
Reed Point-Rapelje 46, Broadview-Lavina 6
Roy-Winifred 50, Harlowton 45
Seeley-Swan 50, Plains 6
Shelby 39, Simms 18
Shields Valley 55, Valley Christian 6
Sidney def. Livingston, forfeit
Thompson Falls 62, Victor 0
Whitefish 28, Polson 15
Whitehall 19, Shepherd 8
Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/
Fairview Defeats Nashua/Opheim
Fairview def. Nashua/Opheim in 3 sets;
25-4, 25-11, 25-16
Stats for Nashua/Opheim,
Team Totals/Individual Leaders
Kills=7, Devin Fromdahl=4
Blocks=1, Tia Dees=1
Aces=4, Haydnn Adkins=2
Digs= no stats available
Assists=6, Hadynn Adkins=2, Tia Dees=2, Kaitlyn Miller=2
Saturday Morning Sports Show Online
Richey-Lambert Defeats Nashua/Opheim In Volleyball
Richey-Lambert beats Nashua/Opheim in 3 sets;
25-10, 25-14, 25-9
Team Totals/Individual Leaders
Kills=2, Devin Fromdahl=1, Mandy Furhman=1
Blocks=2, Tia Dees=1, Carly Tihista=1
Aces=3, Devin Fromdahl=1, Tia Dees=1, Mandy Furhman=1
Digs=4, Devin Fromdahl=2
Assists= no stats available
Scottie Football Team Notches Win Over Conrad
The Scotties opened the season with a road win in Conrad, 48-6.
Alec Boland (1 yd. run)
Jesse Lee (3 yd. run)
Boland (9 yd. run)
Boland to Tel Aune (Pass)
Cordell Younkin (Run)
Loden Idler (Run)
Friday Volleyball Scores From Chinook Invitational
Glasgow def. Chester-Joplin-Inverness 25-13, 25-14
Glasgow def. Simms 25-24, 17-12
Glasgow def. Tri Cities 25-21, 19-12
Glasgow def. Cut Bank 20-25, 20-11
Scotties secure 1st seed for Saturday
Also Friday, the Glasgow JV defeated Lustre Christian
25-22, 25-16, 23-25, 21-25, 15-3
Malta Cross Country Meet Canceled - Scotties Will Host A Make-Up Meet At Home Instead
Glasgow High School will have an emergency High School XC Meet tomorrow at Sullivan Park Trail in Glasgow. This meet will replace the cancelled Malta meet that was scheduled for tomorrow.
Schedule @ Sullivan:
Walk The Course -9 AM
Girls HS Race -10 AM
Boys HS Race -to follow Girls
Scottie Booster Club renewing memberships for 2019-2020 school year
The Glasgow Scottie Booster Club is renewing memberships for the 2019-2020 school year. The Booster Club is a major partner with all the Scottie programs including athletics, band and choir and cheer squad.
The Booster Club donated over $25,000 to the Glasgow School system, spread across a wide range of needs that the school is not able to meet with budgeting concerns.
Memberships are a major source of funding for the Booster Club along with the JJMT and the purchase of Scottie License Plates. The sale of license plates brought in $6820 to the club while the JJMT brought in over $17,000 and memberships were almost $22,000.
This past year the Booster Club purchased Middle School basketball, volleyball and wrestling uniforms along with a floor scrubber for $6,000, Track Protector for $1390, Timing System for $2500 and Dumbbells for $4503.
For more information on the Scottie Booster Club visit their webpage at http://www.scottieboosterclub.com
406mtsports.com Prep Football Poll
406mtsports.com football poll
1. Billings West (1-0)
2. Butte (1-0)
3. Helena Capital (1-0)
4. Missoula Sentinel (1-0)
5. Bozeman (1-0)
1. Hamilton (1-0)
2. Billings Central (0-0)
3. Laurel (1-0)
4. Frenchtown (1-0)
5. Polson (1-0)
1. Loyola Sacred Heart (1-0)
2. Fairfield (0-0)
3. Colstrip (0-0)
4. Eureka (1-0)
5. Huntley Project (0-1)
6. Florence (1-0)
7. Red Lodge (1-0)
8. Townsend (1-0)
9. Manhattan (0-0)
10. Glasgow (0-0)
1. Fairview (1-0)
2. Shelby (1-0)
3. Clark Fork/Alberton-Superior (1-0)
4. Great Falls Central (1-0)
5. Flint Creek/Drummond-Philipsburg (0-1)
6. Fort Benton (1-0)
7. Arlee (1-0)
8. Culbertson (1-0)
9. Belt (1-0)
10. Centerville (1-0)
1. Wibaux (1-0)
2. Big Sandy (1-0)
3. Hot Springs (1-0)
4. Richey-Lambert (1-0)
5. White Sulphur Springs (1-0)
6. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap (1-0)
7. Power-Dutton-Brady (1-0)
8. Westby-Grenora (1-0)
9. Valley Christian (1-0)
10. Shields Valley (1-0)
Glasgow Middle School Harriers Open Season In Wolf Point
Pictured: Aaron Miller, twin brother Austin Miller, and Tavin Boland stride out at the start of the boys race
Glasgow’s Middle School cross country team opened what they hope to be an 8-race season with a good showing against other Hi-Line and North Dakota schools last Friday in Wolf Point.
Team-wise, the Scottie girls took second to a strong Poplar squad. The Glasgow boys finished in fifth place as a team.
Individually, Glasgow’s girls put all five scorers in the top 20. They were paced by 7th grader Abigail Kulczyk, who took fifth place overall with a time of 11:21. Eighth-graders Emily See and Eve Stone took 6th and 11th places, respectively, and 6th grader Kimber Dulaney finished in 19th place. Rounding out the scorers, Piper Johnson took 20th place in the 102-runner field.
Other Glasgow girls in the race included: Addison Jones (27th place), Kheyerah Bilger (34th), Josie Kemp (40th), Allie Palm (47th), JoJo Chappell (48th), Kaylly Turner (57th), Riley Evenson-Glasoe (61st), Harlyn Brandt (65th), Triniti Anderson (82nd), and Allison Bailey (84th).
Glasgow tallied 45 team points, compared with 37 for Poplar. Sidney took third with 72 points, and Wolf Point fourth with 125. Frazer, Frontier School, and Plentywood also fielded full teams.
The Scottie boys were led by 8th grader Eli Feezell, who took second overall in the 86-runner field with a time of 10:09 for the 2,500-meter race. The only other Scottie in the top 20 was Tavin Boland, running in just his first race. The 6th grader finished in 10:39 for 8th place overall. Other Scottie scorers included Austin Miller (48th place), Ted See (52nd), and Aaron Miller (53rd). Rounding out the squad were Owen Thompson (54th), Dustyn Erb (78th), and Noah Leckie (81st).
The boys finished in fifth place overall with 124 team points. Poplar boys won the Wolf Point Invitational with 61 team points, followed by Sidney with 63, Plentywood with 104, and Trenton (North Dakota), with 120.
Glasgow is home next Friday, racing at Sullivan Park against other Hi-Line middle schools. The races start at 4:30 p.m., and the Glasgow High School harriers will serve as officials at the meet.
The GMS squad runs at Glendive on Sept. 12, Poplar on Sept. 21, Frazer on Sept. 26, at our home meet in Kiwanis Park on Sept. 28, at Miles City on Oct. 5, at Plentywood on Oct. 12, and finally at Culbertson on Oct. 19.
Full Glasgow Cross Country Results From Billings
Dickinson 104, Helena 106, Billings West 110, Fergus 139, Billings Senior 154, Bozeman 203, Billings Skyview 232, Hardin 239, Cody 271, Helena Capital 276, Powell 283, Laurel 307, Worland 358, Belgrade 364, Red Lodge 382, Glasgow 384, Custer County 421, St. Labre Catholic 426, Billings Central 476, Lodge Grass 489, Colstrip 566
Wilson Overby 19th 17:00.75
Carl Zabrocki 81st 18:37.03
Jacob Meiers 101st 19:08.60
Bergen Miller 108th 19:17.24
Lane Thompson 115th 19:35.14
Ted Tryan 135th 20:36.83
Tim Wageman 138th 20:46.38
Blake Lloyd 97th 20:50.23
Reed Larson 125th 21:35.77
Trevor Johnson 141st 21:46.02
Ben Rodriguez 172nd 22:52.73
Fynn Sukut 179th 23:05.54
Jaysen Turner 188th 23:19.08
Trevor Shipp 196th 23:28.20
Keevan Sibley 211th 24:06.78
Colter Cumber 212th 24:07.10
Jared Barlow 241st 26:02.18
Donny Brabeck 254th 27:50.32
Dylan Hlad 255th 28:27.84
Iris McKean 20th 20:22.13
Ali Cunningham 60th 21:52.72
Lauren Padden 96th 23:49.25
Kira Beck 68th 24:42.67
Haylly Turner 88th 25:26.11
Stevie Hartwell 117th 26:27.60
Shanice Lagerquist 186th 30:27.87
Elizabeth Nyquist 182nd 31:31.82
Next at Malta Invitational on Saturday, September 7th
Scottie Sports This Week
Varsity football starts the season this Friday in Conrad. Kick-off vs. the 1-0 Cowboys will be at 7 p.m.
Varsity cross country will be at the Malta Invitational this Saturday
Varsity volleyball will be at the 37th Annual Chinook Invitational this Friday and Saturday.
7th & 8th grade football will be at the Malta Jamboree this Saturday
7th & 8th grade volleyball will be at the Poplar Jamboree this Saturday
6th-8th grade cross country will host their Glasgow Invitational at the Sullivan Park Trail, Friday at 4 p.m.
Scottie Volleyball team finishes 6-6 at Choteau Invite
Scottie Volleyball team finished with a 6-6 overall record at the Choteau Invitational. Qualified for the Gold Bracket & played a lot of quality teams this weekend. Solid start to the season for a team that has high aspirations this season.
Saturday play at the Choteau Invitational
Glasgow def. Ennis 21-13, 21-7
Glasgow def. Simms 21-15, 18-21
Florence def. Glasgow 21-14, 21-12
Choteau def. Glasgow 21-18, 21-20
Shelby def. Glasgow 21-19, 19-21, 3-2 in tie-breaker
Bowman 436 yards passing in Texas Tech win over Montana St
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Alan Bowman and the Texas Tech offense got off to a fast start under new coach Matt Wells.
There were a lot of yards and a lot of points, just like the Red Raiders teams in the past and Utah State with Wells as head coach at his alma mater.
Bowman completed 40 of 55 passes for 436 yards with two touchdowns, and ran for another score late, as Texas Tech beat FCS team Montana State 45-10 in its season opener Saturday.
The Red Raiders quickly jumped ahead with 11-play touchdown drives on each of their first two possessions. Bowman, who as a true freshman last year threw for 2,638 yards and 17 touchdowns in eight games, completed his first 12 passes for 123 yards before throwing a ball out of bounds for his first incompletion midway through the second drive.
"Really good start to the game. I thought we came out ready to play on both sides of the ball," Wells said. "Offensively we ran the ball extremely well. ... Alan, I thought, made some really good decisions. He had control over the clock, showed some calmness and poise and I'm proud of him for that. We caught the ball very well."
Texas Tech piled up 691 total yards in its first game with offensive coordinator David Yost and an up-tempo scheme. He also came from Utah State where he was with Wells, the head coach at his alma mater six seasons before becoming a Power Five coach for the first time.
"No way to simulate what we were going to get ourselves into, but I thought our guys handled it very well. We didn't have a lot of miscues," coach Jeff Choate said. "We didn't have a lot of pre-snap penalties. We didn't turn the ball over. Certainly at times we were overmatched in some areas, but I think our guys continued to compete."
Utah transfer Armand Shyne ran 11 times for 125 yards with a 69-yard TD, while redshirt freshman SaRodorick Thomas had two of Tech's four rushing touchdowns. Seven different Red Raiders had at least four catches. Xavier White had five catches for 107 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown.
Montana State was held to 289 total yards. Redshirt freshman starting quarterback Casey Bauman was 7-of-19 passing for 120 yards with three of his completions going for at least 31 yards.
"I'm proud of the defense, the way we came out today," linebacker Jordyn Brooks said. "We had a couple hiccups here and there, but overall I think we played pretty good defense."
Montana State: The Bobcats, an FCS playoff team last year, are 3-35 against FBS teams. Their last win in such games being 19-10 in 2006 against Colorado, then a Big 12 member. Standout two-way player Troy Andersen exited early in second half, leaving the field on his own after being down briefly. Andersen, an All-Big Sky quarterback last season and now a starting linebacker, had four tackles. On offense, he was 2-for-2 passing for 7 yards, and ran once for no gain.
"Troy did a lot of good things today. Troy will do a lot more good things down the road. He didn't play a lot in the second half," Choate said, without elaborating.
Texas Tech: A positive start for the Red Raiders, who finished last season with five consecutive losses and a losing record for the third year in a row. Along with the expected solid performance by Bowman and the offense, the new staff's emphasis on defense showed in the opener. Montana State went three-and-out on five of its first six drives, and the only touchdown came on a drive extended by a converting a fake punt for a first down.
White had a chance to get into the end zone for Texas Tech much earlier than his 45-yard TD catch in the fourth quarter. White lost a fumble trying to stretch the ball in the end zone in the second quarter, becoming a turnover at the end of a 35-yard catch.
"Unfortunately that cost him, cost our team a little bit right there. But I was proud of him," Wells said. "We just talked to him about his body language, talked to him about his mindset when he came off the field, told him I was going to put him right back in the game. And you know what, I'm really, really proud of him. Because he could have sulked, he could have went in the tank, probably a normal person does."
Montana State plays its home opener against Southeast Missouri State next Saturday night.
Texas Tech is home again next Saturday to play UTEP.
Sneed has 4 TDs, leads Montana past South Dakota 31-17
VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) — Dalton Sneed threw for a career-high 430 yards and had three passing touchdowns and another rushing to lead Montana to a 31-17 win over South Dakota in the season opener for both teams on Saturday.
Sneed was 37 of 52 with two interceptions. His 16-yard pass to Samori Toure put the Grizzlies up 7-3 and he followed with a 2-yard run to help build a 17-10 lead at the half. In the third quarter Sneed connected with Samuel Akem for a 43-yard score and Marcus Knight from 6 yards out.
Akem and Toure both had nine receptions, Akem for 158 yards and Toure for 142. Jerry Louie-McGee had eight catches to push his career total to 185 and is now seven shy of matching the school record.
Austin Simmons, who threw for 3,142 yards last year, was 22 of 23 for 246 yards and two touchdowns for the Coyotes. Kody Case had 11 catches for 144 yards with touchdown plays of 3 and 9 yards.
South Dakota had won 16 straight home openers while Montana had lost 10 straight road openers.
Friday Football Scores
Helena High 26, C.M. Russell 15
Missoula Sentinel 26, Great Falls High 15
Billings West 41, Missoula Big Sky 6
Bozeman 35, Flathead 0
Glacier 47, Billings Skyview 6,
Helena Capital 35, Billings Senior 30
Butte 46, Belgrade 20
Sidney 18, Havre 14
Libby 31, Whitefish 0
Polson 20 Columbia Falls 3
Lewistown 55, Livingston 0
Frenchtown 27, Dillon 24, (2 OT)
Hamilton 49, Butte Central 26
Corvallis 14, Stevensville 13
Miles City 38, Glendive 7
Conrad 34, Deer Lodge 2
Loyola 25, Huntley 20
Red Lodge 42, Big Timber 14
Townsend 20, Bigfork 14
Florence 28, Boulder 15
Salmon (ID) 33, Anaconda 0
Eureka 35, Bonners Ferry (ID) 0
Whitehall 12, Cut Bank 7
Alberton 74, Flint Creek 42
Fairview 46, Scobey 8
Ekalaka 30, Forsyth 22
Plains 8, Charlo 0
Seeley-Swan 34, Darby 12
Fort Benton 61, Ennis 12
Hot Springs 34, Harlowton 12
Arlee 64, Troy 18
Bainville 83, Box Elder 31
Broadview-Lavina 49, Fromberg 6
Centerville 44, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 20
Great Falls Central 28, Twin Bridges 14
Park City 56, Chinook 24
Power-Dutton-Brady 52, Valier 0
Shelby 41, Joliet 35
St. Ignatius 42, Victor 0
Valley Christian 48, Reed Point-Rapelje 24
White Sulphur Springs 39, Sunburst 14
Wibaux 61, Bridger 6
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS=
Broadus vs. Lame Deer, ccd.
Savage vs. Grass Range-Winnett, ccd.
Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/
Billings Invitational Cross Country Results
Glasgow finishes 16th as a team
19. Wilson Overby, 17:00
81. Carl Zabrocki, 18:37
101. Jacob Meiers, 19:08
108. Bergen Miller, 19:17
115. Lane Thompson, 19:35
135. Ted Tryan, 20:36
138. Tim Wageman, 20:46
20. Iris McKean, 20:22
60. Ali Cunningham, 21:52
96. Lauren Padden, 23:49
Scottie Volleyball At Choteau Invitational
Choteau def. Glasgow 21-20, 21-16
Florence def. Glasgow 21-12, 21-12
Glasgow def. Cut Bank 21-10, 21-5
Glasgow def. Three Forks 21-14, 21-7
Choteau def. Glasgow 21-16, 19-21
Glasgow def. Fairfield 21-17, 21-19
Glasgow def. Wolf Point 21-7, 21-16
Scottie Football Roster released
The Scottie Football Roster has been released. The Scotties will host the Red-White Scrimmage tonight at 6pm and will open the season in Conrad on September 6th.
Thursday College Football Scores
Northern Arizona 37, Missouri State 23
Rocky Mountain 23, Dickinson State 21
Scottie Sports Schedule This Weekend
Cross Country at Billings Invitational on Friday
Volleyball at Choteau Invitational on Friday and Saturday
Football holding their Red And White Game @ Scottie Field, 6 p.m. Friday
Montana Catfish Association 2019 B'n'M Angler of the Year Standings
Final AOY Points
1 Cole Plouffe (Glendive, MT.) 71
2 Brenner Flaten (Glasgow, MT.) 65
3 Bobby Wise (Billings, MT.) 58
3 Robert WIse (Billings, MT.) 58
5 Steve Lowrey (Fairview, MT.) 51
6 Jason Flaten (West Wendover, 46
6 Rob Seder (Hardin, MT.) 46
6 Rod Seder (Billings, MT.) 46
9 Chad Dawson (Dickinson, ND.) 45
10 Bryon Armour (Lewistown, MT.) 43
10 Scott Swanson (Billings, MT.)
12 Blake Gauer (Park City, 42
12 Lindsey Gauer (Park City, 42
14 Corey Bushman (Billings, MT.) 37
14 Charles Marottek (Poplar, MT.) 37
14 Josh Marottek (Medicine Lake, 37
17 Steve Harris Jr. (Sidney, 35
17 Kyle Mueller (Sidney, MT.) 35
17 Josh Schmitt (Sidney, MT.) 35
20 Steve Norcutt (Glasgow, MT.) 33
Fall Glasgow Recreation Department Programs Start Soon
The Glasgow Recreation Department is starting sign-ups for the fall football and soccer programs.
For football, there will be a 3rd-4th grade group as well as a 5th-6th grade group. In the past there have been four teams per group but will depend on the number of participants. Once registration and rosters have been completed there will be an equipment checkout followed by practices then games. Any questions call the GRD at 228-8341.
Please come to the GRD on September 3rd anytime from 5-7 p.m. for schedules and further information.
The first practice will be September 10 at 5:30 p.m. at Bundy Park.
The 2019 outdoor soccer program will start September 9th and run through October 8th. Forms are due back to the Glasgow Recreation Department by September 3rd to avoid a $10 price increase.
Glasgow High School And Middle School Mandatory Parent Meeting Is August 15th
A MANDATORY PARENT MEETING for ALL middle school and high school students planning on participating in sports during the 2019-20 school year will be held on Thursday August 15th 7:00 PM at the GHS Auditorium.
The high school office will open up at 5:00 p.m. to accept mandatory athletic fees and paperwork. Please arrive EARLY. This meeting is for parents only and is for parents who will have a student participating in a fall, winter, or a spring sport this school year. Student athletes do NOT need to attend.**
High School Football --
Friday August 16th 7:00 AM @ GHS (Equipment Check-Out/1st Practice)
Friday August 16th 3:00 PM @ GHS (2nd Practice Session)
High School Volleyball --
Friday August 16th 6:30 AM @ GHS (1st Practice Session - By Head Coach Invite ONLY)
Friday August 16th 5:30 PM @ GHS (2nd Practice Session for ALL 9th-12th Graders)
High School Cross Country --
Friday August 16th 12:01 AM or 7:00 AM @ GHS (Runners can attend practice of choice)
High School Cheer --
Monday August 19th 4:00 PM @ GHS
Middle School Football --
Monday August 19th 4:00 PM @ GMS (7th-8th Grade)
Middle School Volleyball --
Monday August 19th 3:45 PM @ GMS (7th Grade Only)
Monday August 19th 5:00 PM @ GMS (8th Grade Only)
Middle School Cross Country --
Monday August 19th 5:30 PM @ GMS (6th-8th Grade)
**ALL Student Athletes NEED the following on Day ONE of Practice:
1. Completed Athletic Physical
2. Parent Medical Consent/Training Rules Form (Double Sided)
3. Completed Concussion Baseline Testing (This is good for 2 years. If you took it last year, you do NOT need it this year.) Testing will be conducted on Wednesday Aug. 14th and Thursday Aug. 15th anytime from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM at GHS Room #6.
**ALL Student Athletes NEED the following by the end of the first week of Practice:
1. Double Sided Drug Testing Form (High School ONLY)
3. $40 Activity Ticket
4. $30 Participation Fee (Middle School Participation is $15)
Optional Sack Lunches for each sports season will now be $20 this school year. Please be mindful of this change in price.
Another date to keep in mind is the 2019 Homecoming Week for Glasgow Schools. It will be Sept. 16th - Sept. 21st this year. Homecoming will feature a spirit week, bonfire, dance, coronation, parade, football game vs Cut Bank, volleyball games vs. Sidney and Poplar, and of course BAG PIPES!
We hope the 2019-20 school year is a memorable one for all of you. GO SCOTTIES!
Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Wins B Swim Meet
This weekend the Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team took 25 athletes to compete at the State Meet in Sidney. The team was seeded in the class “B” division against Plentywood, Chester, Harlem, Roundup, and Fort Benton. The GKST was able to outscore their competition by 50+ points and took home the class “B” State Title.
Leading the team with top 6 finishes was Rachel Billingsley (100 fly- 6th), Raelee Dowden (100 fly- 2nd, 100 breast- 3rd, 200 IM- 5th), Trevor Johnson (50 fly/ 100 fly- 2nd, 50 free- 4th), Katie Kaiser (50 free/ 100 back- 1st, 100 free- 2nd), Abigail Kulczyk (50 breast- 3rd), Allie Palm (100 free- 6th), and Dalton Sand (100 free/ 200 free- 1st, 100 fly- 2nd). Dalton Sand broke the Federation record in the 200 free and set a new pool record in the 100 free. Dalton took home highpoint honors for the Intermediate Boys division with 40 points. This is Daltons 8th highpoint of the season. Katie Kaiser set a new pool records in the 50 free and 100 back. Katie also swam a new Federation record in the 100 free but was out touched by Hayley Bender of BST by 2 tenths of a second. She was the 2nd highest point earner in the Senior Girls division.
The GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Dalton Sand (14). Dalton had an amazing season full of many new personal best swims, pool records, and highpoint honors. However, Dalton didn’t want this award/ recognition until he obtained one of his very sought after goals- breaking a federation record. At the State Meet in Sidney he accomplished just that by breaking the 200 free Federation record by 1.58 seconds! On top of the Dalton was only .71 seconds away from the 100 free Federation record that had alluded him all season long.
The GKST 2nd Athlete of the Week goes Trevor Johnson (16). Trevor had an amazing State Swim Meet in Sidney. Trevor set all new personal best times in his individual events- 50 free, 100 fly, and 50 fly. Watching Trevor swim this weekend was very exciting because he is in a very competitive age group where you never know what swimmers are going to end up in the top three on that given day. Trevor really worked at perfecting his technique heading into state and it paid off as he beat many swimmers that were beating him at regular season meets.
Other noteworthy performances came from Grace Reyes (10). Grace perfected her breaststroke and butterfly strokes heading into state and was able to place in both events against very tough competition. Raelee Dowden (15) set all new lifetime personal best times in her three individual events- 200 IM, 100 fly, and 100 breast. Raelee did all this while working through a very serious knee injury that had hindered her throughout this season. All 25 GKST state swimmers swam their hearts out this weekend and we couldn’t be prouder.
The weekend’s State Meet was full of great competition, amazing atmosphere, and perfect sportsmanship. However for the GKST it was a bittersweet weekend. For Katie Kaiser, Rachel Billingsley, and Trevor Johnson this was their final state meet. The three participated in their Senior Week at the State meet where they got to say goodbye to and all the people and a sport that they have grown to love over their multiple years of swimming. Katie, Rachel, and Trevor have been a huge part of the GKST family for many years and will be greatly missed by the whole team and swim community.
Montana State Bobcat Football Posters Available
The 2019 Montana State Bobcat Football posters here at in the KLTZ/Mix 93 Studios. Stop by to get yours during business hours, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.
Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble Is August 10
The Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble is Sat. Aug. 10th at Sunnyside Golf Course.
Calcutta will begin at 9a.m., Shot Gun start at 9:30a.m.
Cost is $100 per person with a 4 person team. This includes lunch, dinner & 4 team Mulligans.
Cash prizes on every hole, cash prize Top 3 Net & Top Gross, free beer & water on every hole – prizes awarded after the tournament at the Club House.
For more information contact Sunnyside, 228-9519 or the Chamber Office, 228-2222.
5th Annual Paint Run/Walk Is August 10
The 5th Annual Paint Run/Walk will be held Saturday, August 10.
The run/walk is a 2.5 mile untimed event highlighted by participants being sprayed with powdered paint at various points along the course.
The event is jointly sponsored by the GHS Student Council and the Glasgow Recreation Department.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. at the Glasgow Civic Center and the run/walk begins at 9 a.m.
Entry free is $30.
Glasgow Scottie Wrestling Camp Starts Monday
The 2019 Glasgow Scottie Wrestling Camp is Mon. Aug. 5th through Wed. Aug. 7th at the Glasgow Civic Center.
Camp Technicians include Derek St. John & Willie Miklus, Camp Counselors include Jarrett Degen & Charlie Klepps & the Camp Director is Jory Casterline, GHS Head Wrestling Coach.
K – 3rd Grade has registration & check-in at 8a.m. Monday & their session runs from 9 - 10:30a.m.
4th - 12th Grade has registration & check at 9:30a.m. Monday with session 1 from 10:30a.m. - 12:30p.m. & session 2 from 2 – 4p.m.
For more information or questions contact Jory Casterline, 406-698-4743 or 228-8341.
Glasgow Recreation Department Co-Ed Softball
Tootsies/Naked Acres def. Northern Lights 12-7
Back Row: L to R: Kyle Stein, Joel Smith, Juice Fischer, TJ Synan, Levi Sugg, Adam Johnson
Front Row: L to R: Cody Odom, Mariah Stein, Tyana Rasmusan, Shay Piedalue, Bobi Sugg, Brian Burleson
Swim Team 5th At Divisional
The GKST headed to the Eastern Divisionals this past weekend in Scobey with 31 athletes. The team had a great weekend full of excitement and many of personal best swims. The team was able to qualify 25 swimmers who will be competing at State in Sidney next weekend. The team came in to the meet with much lower numbers compared to some other east side teams, but came out in 5th place. Based on the points totals from both the Eastern and Western Divisionals the GKST will be placed in class “B” heading into State. There Glasgow will be competing against Plentywood, Chester, Harlem, Roundup, and Fort Benton for the Class B title.
Leading the team with top three finishes at the Divisionals swim meet was Raelee Dowden (200 IM/ 100 fly- 2nd, 100 breast- 3rd), Trevor Johnson (50 fly- 2nd, 50 free/100 fly- 3rd), Katie Kaiser (50 free/ 100 free/ 100 back- 1st), Abigail Kulczyk (200 free- 3rd), and Dalton Sand (100 free/ 200 free/ 100 fly- 1st). Katie Kaiser and Dalton Sand also took highpoint honors in their respectful age groups. This is Katie’s 6th meet in a row earning highpoint and Daltons 7th. The two remain undefeated heading into State. Last week we had one more top three finish at Glendive that we unfortunately forgot to announce. Haylly Turner placed 3rd in the 50 free with a new personal best time.
This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Addison Zoanni (12). Addison competed very strong this weekend in Scobey. The GKST saw more fight in Addison than usual as she was pushing extremely hard to make it in the top 12 of all her individual races to qualify for state. Addison was able to set new personal best swims in her 50 breaststroke, 100 freestyle, and 200 freestyle. Addison just narrowly placed out of the top 12 in her 100 freestyle but still defied expectations and took off 4.26 seconds and will be the east alternate heading into state. Addison was also a part of two Junior Girl’s relays that PR’ed and will be advancing on. We look forward to watching Addison improve even more as we head to state and she finds herself yet again fighting to place in the top 12.
Other noteworthy performances came from Damian Cable (15). Damian had a grueling weekend as he competed in the 100 fly for the first time to try and score more team points for the team. He got through with great form and even had a smile on his face at the end. Aubrey Farrar (9) set new personal records in all three of her events with a total time drop of 15.36 seconds. Aubrey also qualified for state in her 50 backstroke in a very hard age group where she finds herself at the bottom. Last shout out goes to Jack Miller (9) who crushed his personal best times in all his events. Jack swam with great form and intensity that we look forward to seeing how he will improve and help the team in future years.
Jerry Ketchum Memorial All Comers Shoot Results
1st Annual Jerry Ketchum Memorial All Comers Shoot was held Sunday, July 21st. It is a 200 yard bench match open to all rifle calibers and scopes. All bench's were FULL. Also, there was a class for those who chose to use lead bullets. A 200 yard vintage military match followed the shoot.
Bench match was won by Wayne Hooper from Sundance, WY, with JR Sipe coming in a close second and his father Gene Sipe placing second in the lead class.
JR also placed first in the vintage military with Kelvin Morehouse placing second
The next shoot is The Summer Heat Schuetzen Match, August 9-11. For more information, call Kent at 367-5200
Kiwanis Swim Team Wraps Up Regular Season
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.