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Thursday, December 8th 2016
Roundup Defeats Glasgow in Boys Basketball action
1Q Half 3Q Final
Glasgow 13 25 35 49
Roundup 12 27 40 60
Thursday, December 8th 2016
Glasgow Defeats Roundup in Girls Basketball action
1Q Half 3Q Final
Glasgow 13 25 32 48
Roundup 12 21 31 36
Wednesday, December 7th 2016
On-Air Broadcasts This Week
High School Basketball:
Thursday on KLTZ
Roundup at Glasgow
Boys at 5 p.m., Girls at 6:30 p.m.

Friday on KLTZ
Glasgow at Baker
Boys at 5:30pm, Girls at 7pm
Wednesday, December 7th 2016
21st Annual Scottie Wrestling Invitational
Friday: The Team Duals will start at 2:00 p.m. on Four Mats. Each school (including Glasgow) will wrestle at least three duals. There will be 14 teams in attendance on Friday. Wrestling action will continue into the late evening.

Saturday. The individual tournament will kick off at 9:00 a.m. on 4 mats. 21 teams will be in attendance. Wrestling will continue throughout the day with little interruption.

The Championship Finals will occur under the lights on one mat. There is not a set time frame for championship finals.

The public will want to be in the building by 3:30 p.m. to assure they do not miss the championship matches. The Championship finals will begin 20 minutes after all 3rd-4th place matches in all 13 weight classes have been completed.

This will be the largest High School Wrestling tournament held in Glasgow in over 30 years. (Glasgow High School hosted the State Class A Tournament in 73, 74, 77, 81, and 86)

Scheduled participants:

Glasgow
Wolf Point
Frazer
Poplar
Circle
Williston, ND
Glendive
Sidney
Chester-joplin-Inverness
Valier
Fort Benton/Big Sandy
Fairfield/Simms
Billings Central
Hardin
Shepherd
Choteau
Chinook
Harlem
Malta
Hays Lodgepole
Baker

Monday, December 5th 2016
Area Sports This Week
Scottie Sports Schedule

Scottie Boys & Girls Basketball
Thursday, December 8th - Roundup at Glasgow - Boys at 5 p.m., Girls at 6:30 p.m.
Friday, December 9th - Glasgow at Baker - Boys at 5:30 p.m., Girls at 7 p.m.

Scottie Wrestling
Tuesday, December 6th - @ Wolf Point
Friday, December 9th - Saturday, December 10th - 21st Annual Scottie Invitational

6-8 Wrestling - Thurs Dec 8 @ Wolf Point Invitational

7/8 Girls Basketball - Sat Dec 10 @ Harlem Jamboree


Sunday, December 4th 2016
Scottie Wrestlers Compete At Sidney Invitational
Scottie Wrestlers competed at the tough Sidney Invitational this weekend. The Scotties had 2 wrestlers place at the tourney:

Gabe Hallock 7th at 113, Matt Reyling 8th at 126


Sidney Invitational

Team scores: Columbia High 207, Billings Skyview 180, Bozeman 173.5, Colstrip 151, Post Falls 145.5, Minot 142, Lake Stevens 131, Mahomet-Seymour 111.5, Glendive 109.5, Williston 86, Billings Senior 66.5, Billings West 48, Killdeer 48, Sidney 40.5, Forsyth 37, Hardin 37, Wof Point 33.5, Baker 30, Bowman 30, Poplar 27, Glasgow 22.5, Broadus 17. Circle 10, Miles City 10, Dickinson 3.5, Frazer 0.

Championship matches: 103: Jake Bennett, Lake Stevens, d. Kelby Armstrong, Minot, 5-1. 113: Ridge Lovett, Post Falls, d. Leif Schroeder, Bozeman, 6-0. 120: Charlie Klepps, Senior, md. Chance McLane, Bozeman, 10-1. 126: Jackson Currier, Colstrip, d. Bjorn Schroeder, Bozeman, 8-3. 132: Travis Kinn, Glendive, d. Keklana Fouret, Columbia, 5-2. 138: Clayton Currier, Colstrip, d. Jason Burchell, Post Falls, 4-0. 145: Braydon Huber, Post Falls, d. Michael Weber, Forsyth, 6-0. 152: Keegan Mulhill, Bozeman, d. Nakoda Siegel, Colstrip, 6-1. 160: Brock Bushfield, Skyview, d. Tyler Clapp, Glendive, 9-3. 170: Nathaniel Clements, Columbia, d. Brandon Cooper, Bozeman, 3-2. 182:P Malachi Lawrence, Lake Stevens, d. Dillan Jepson, Killdeer, 5-3. 205: Hunter Crowley, Mahomet-Seymour, d. Blake Johnston, Colstrip, 7-0. 285: Brandon Kipper, Columbia, won by injury default over David Griffet, Mahomet-Seymour, 3:51.

Third-place matches: 103: Marcus Johnson, Lake Stevens, d. Abe Stapleton, Senior, 7-4. 113: Jordan Grimm, Post Falls, d. Levi Cluff, Columbia, 7-0. 120: Angel Rios, Columbia, d. Nathaniel Scilley, Lake Stevens, 4-3. 126: Brody Armstrong, Minot, d. Brayden Schwalbe, Skyview, 8-5. 132: Caleb James, Bozeman, d. Mathias Delarosa, Post Falls, 12-6. 138: Kade Grigsby, Columbia, d. Ben Stortz, Glendive, 5-1. 145: Raif Horswill, Williston, d. Jacob Mortensen, Minot, 3-2. 152: Dalton Macy, Skyview, d. Wyatt Shelly, Post Falls, 5-0. 160: Tanner Hughes, Columbia, p. Lucas Morgan, Mahomet-Seymour, 0:40. 170: Jake Malchuski, Skyview, p. Jeffrey Berger, Polson, 1:00. 182: Coy Turnquist, Williston, d. Matthew Rabe, Minot, 9-2. 205: Rowan Horswill, Williston, d. Je-Mario Jones, Minot, 3-2. 285: Merlin Whitedirt, Columbia, won by forfeit over Elijah Huff, Minot.

Fifth-place matches: 103: Tristen Kemp, Wolf Point, p. Cameron Wanner, Skyview, 2:27. 113: Bridger Lamb, Skyview, d. Anthony Borrego, Minot, 7-1. 120: Kyle LaCoursiere, Lake Stevens, p. Christian Dean, Sidney, 3:34. 126: Matt McLeod, Post Falls, d. Dylan Morgan, Columbia, 6-2. 132: Austin Ketchem, Skyview, d. Tyler Strandberg, Minot, 9-3. 138: Nathan Weber, Forsyth, d. Connor Peterson, Skyview, 10-6. 145: Ty Bradley, Colstrip, d. Jace Rhodes, West, 8-2. 152: Brandon Held, Glendive, won by forfeit over Isaac Gust, Lake Stevens. 160: Tyler Thompson, Minot, won by forfeit over Julian Fryberg, Lake Stevens. 170: Angelo Loera, Lake Stevens, d. Tony Kluver, Killdeer, 4-1. 182: Uriah Turner, Hardin, p. Tyler Smith, Columbia, 4:25. 205: Skylar Hughes, Columbia, p. Harley Yoder, Broadus, 1:11. 285: Levi Malcolm, West, d. Brad Noesen, Post Falls, 5-3.

Sunday, December 4th 2016
High School Basketball Scoreboard
Saturday's Final Scores

BOYS

Arlee 76, Florence 61

Big Timber 40, Columbus 31

Bozeman 81, Missoula Sentinel 71

Bridger 43, Harlowton/Ryegate High School BKB/BKG 37

Broadview-Lavina 56, Park City 45

Butte 44, Helena Capital 38

Centerville 66, Winnett-Grass Range 49

Columbia Falls 48, Corvallis 47

Darby 43, Salmon, Idaho 39

Frazer 76, Mon-Dak 61

Huntley Project 67, Red Lodge 44

Jordan 66, Dodson 37

Kalispell Flathead 52, Whitefish 51

Lame Deer 82, Broadus 31

Lone Peak 66, Roberts 63

Manhattan Christian 58, Whitehall 47

Plains 58, Thompson Falls 29

Plentywood 67, Nashua 44

Reed Point-Rapelje 71, Fromberg 51

Ronan 52, Eureka 39

Saco-Whitewater-HInsdale 64, Turner 44

Seeley-Swan 69, Clark Fork 22

Shepherd 54, Forsyth 32

Terry 37, Lustre Christian 33

Townsend 41, Livingston 35

Valier 65, Simms 50

GIRLS

Arlee 67, Florence 48

Centerville 45, Winnett-Grass Range 34

Columbia Falls 70, Corvallis 50

Darby 66, Salmon, Idaho 35

Forsyth 43, Shepherd 37

Harlowton/Ryegate High School BKB/BKG 50, Bridger 15

Helena Capital 54, Butte 39

Jordan 55, Lustre Christian 50

Kalispell Flathead 76, Whitefish 15

Lame Deer 64, Broadus 49

Lone Peak 55, Billings Christian 22

Missoula Sentinel 64, Bozeman 34

Mon-Dak 70, Frazer 27

Park City 52, Broadview-Lavina 49

Plains 40, Thompson Falls 31

Plentywood 48, Dodson 22

Red Lodge 43, Huntley Project 36

Reed Point-Rapelje 73, Fromberg 38

Ronan 67, Eureka 40

Saco-Whitewater-HInsdale 46, Terry 44

Seeley-Swan 54, Clark Fork 19

Simms 57, Valier 21

Townsend 69, Livingston 20

Turner 56, Nashua 17

Whitehall 50, Manhattan Christian 46

Sunday, December 4th 2016
Glasgow Wrestling Club Sign-up Details
WHAT: Glasgow AAU Wrestling Club sign-ups
WHERE: Glasgow High School—Room 1
WHEN: Saturday, December 10th 11:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. (During High School Tournament)
WHO: Any child age 4-18
BRING: First time wrestlers please bring a copy of your State issued birth certificate
Any questions please call Brady Flaten @ 228-2896 or visit http://www.glasgowwrestlingclub.com
Saturday, December 3rd 2016
Plentywood Defeats Nashua 67-34
1Q Half 3Q Final
Plentywood 22 33 54 67
Nashua 0 8 20 34
Saturday, December 3rd 2016
Girls Basketball: Jordan defeats Lustre
1Q Half 3Q Final
Jordan 17 28 41 55
Lustre 16 23 37 50
Saturday, December 3rd 2016
Friday Basketball Scores
BOYS
Arlee 76, Florence 61
Eureka 52, Noxon 32
Frazer 77, Plentywood 35
Gardiner 59, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 50
Great Falls 67, Helena 51
Helena Capital 60, Great Falls Russell 51
Lustre Christian 62, Glasgow JV 44
Missoula Hellgate 62, Frenchtown 48
Nashua 66, Turner 55
Roundup 71, White Sulphur Springs 45
Simms 75, Augusta 25
Terry 55, North Country 42
West Yellowstone 39, Lima 37

GIRLS
Eureka 50, Noxon 18
Florence 67, Arlee 48
Frenchtown 36, Missoula Hellgate 29
Helena 61, Great Falls 53
Helena Capital 54, Great Falls Russell 49
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 73, Gardiner 16
Lima 31, West Yellowstone 15
Lustre Christian 38, Glasgow JV 32
Missoula Sentinel 69, Stevensville 22
Plentywood 36, North Country 22
Roundup 55, White Sulphur Springs 24
Stillwater Christian 52, Helena Christian 15
Terry 55, Nashua 32
Turner 55, Frazer 45

Saturday, December 3rd 2016
Friday Wrestling Results
Dual meet results from Friday's Sidney Eagle Invitational

Glendive 47, Glasgow 30
Bowman, N.D. 48, Glasgow 30
Williston, N.D. 45, Glasgow 15

Saturday, December 3rd 2016
2016-2017 League Play Hockey Registration
Glasgow MT, November 28, 2016 Hi-Line Youth Hockey Tyke/Mite 2nd Session REGISTRATION has begun. Players may register online anytime up until December 16th at http://www.hlyh.org.

Registration for ALL groups which include the following:
Termites – 6 and under
Mites – 7 and 8 year olds

Players MUST register with USA Hockey at http://www.usahockey.com prior to registration with HLYH and a USA Hockey player registration confirmation page MUST be sent to Tami Burke @ PO Box 728 Glasgow, MT along with a Volunteer Check of $200.00 (postdated 4/01/17) and a certified copy of the player birth certificate. USA Hockey fees are waived for 6 years old and under.

Player costs for HLYH are, Tyke-Mite player fees of $50.00 for the 2nd session running from January through February. HLYH provides equipment (excluding helmet) FREE to 1st year players and equipment rental is available if needed. SCHOLARSHIPS are available to all players.

If you have any questions regarding registration please contact Tami Burke at 406-480-2819.

Saturday, December 3rd 2016
North Country Defeats Terry 46-44
1Q Half 3Q Final
Terry 11 20 30 44
North Country 11 18 31 46
Friday, December 2nd 2016
Winter Sports Preview Now Online
The Winter Sports Preview is now available online! Stan Ozark visited with Scottie Basketball Coaches Travis Nielsen and Norm Braaten and Scottie Wrestling Coach Jory Casterline.

The Preview is brought to you by Pepsi!

Listen to it here

Friday, December 2nd 2016
Terry Defeats North Country
1Q Half 3Q Final
North Country 22 25 27 42
Terry 15 34 43 55
Friday, December 2nd 2016
Girls Basketball: Terry Defeats Nashua/Opheim
1Q Half 3Q Final
Terry 20 33 52 55
Nashua/Opheim 4 12 23 32
North Country leading scorer: Haylee Fauth (20)
Friday, December 2nd 2016
Boys Basketball: Frazer Defeats Plentywood
1Q Half 3Q Final
Frazer 15 39 55 77
Plentywood 11 21 33 35
Tuesday, November 29th 2016
29 Scotties Named To 2016 Fall Academic All-State

Cross Country

Isaac Braaten
Wilson Overby
Ellis McKean
Merlin McKean
Alaina Sallee
Brooke Westby
Colton Pewitt
Katie Kaiser
Morgan Guttenberg
Brinlie Nielsen
Faith Sallee
Kasey Seyfert

Football

John McColly
Tayson Hoerster
Alex Fransen
Luke Breigenzer
Trent Herbert
Benji Phillips
Nolan Viste
Logan McColly

Volleyball

Keely Fossum
Cordelia Nickels
Jesi Kennedy
Hannah Mickelson
Madison Knodel
Baylie Chappell
Kiauna Barstad
Khloe Krumwiede
Teagan Fossum

Sunday, November 27th 2016
NAIA Football Playoff Results
College Football Scoreboard

Sunday, November 27, 2016
NAIA Championship Series

(Quarterfinals)

#9 Eastern Oregon 17, at #1 Marian, Ind. 0

at #2 Baker 44, #13 Sterling, Kan. 21

at #3 Reinhardt, Ga. 27, #6 Montana Tech 0

at #4 St. Francis, Ind. 42, #5 Morningside, Iowa 35

Friday, November 25th 2016
Red And White Night For Scottie Basketball Set For Saturday
The Red and White Night for Scottie Boys and Girls Basketball has been bumped up so people can attend the "Parade of Lights" in downtown Glasgow on Saturday evening.

Red and White Night will now start at 1:00 PM this Saturday 11/26 at Scottie Gymnasium.
Boys JV will start with a shortened game. Followed by Girls JV with a shortened game.

Boys Varsity and Girls Varsity regular games will follow in that order!

Friday, November 25th 2016
2016 FCS Football Playoffs Begin Saturday
FIRST-ROUND GAMES
November 26 at San Luis Obispo, California, 7 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

San Diego (9-1) at Cal Poly (7-4)

November 26 at Villanova, Pennsylvania, 2 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Sant Francis (Pa.) (7-4) at Villanova (8-3)

November 26 at Chattanooga, Tennessee, 2 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Weber St. (7-4) at Chattanooga (8-3)

November 26 at Durham, New Hampshire, 2 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Lehigh (9-2) at New Hampshire (7-4)

November 26 at Youngstown, Ohio, 5 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Samford (7-4) at Youngstown St. (8-3)

November 26 at Spartanburg, South Carolina, 2 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Charleston So. (7-3) at Wofford (8-3)

November 26 at Richmond, Virginia, 2 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

N.C. A&T (9-2) at Richmond (8-3)

November 26 at Conway, Arkansas, 3 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Illinois St. (6-5) at Central Ark. (9-2)

SECOND-ROUND GAMES

December 3 at Fargo, North Dakota, 3:30 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

San Diego/Cal Poly winner at #1 North Dakota St. (10-1)

December 3 at Brookings, South Dakota, 3 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Sant Francis (PA)/Villanova winner at #8 South Dakota St. (8-3)

December 3 at Huntsville, Texas, 3 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Weber St./Chattanooga winner at #5 Sam Houston St. (11-0)


December 3 at Harrisonburg, Virginia, 2 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Lehigh/New Hampshire winner at #4 James Madison (10-1)

December 3 at Jacksonville, Alabama, 2 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Samford/Youngstown St. winner at #3 Jacksonville St. (10-1)

December 3 at Charleston, South Carolina, 6 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Charleston So./Wofford winner at #6 The Citadel (10-1)

December 3 at Grand Forks, North Dakota, 6 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

N.C. A&T/Richmond winner at #7 North Dakota (9-2)

December 3 at Cheney, Washington 4 p.m. (ET) (ESPN3)

Illinois St./Central Ark. winner at #2 Eastern Wash. (10-1)

Friday, November 25th 2016
NAIA Football Playoff Pairings
2016 NAIA Football Championship Series Quarterfinal Pairings

Game 1 – Eastern Oregon (9-2) at Marian (Ind.) (11-0)
Game 2 – Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) (11-1) at Baker (Kan.) (12-0)
Game 3 – Montana Tech (10-1) at Reinhardt (Ga.) (12-0)
Game 4 – Morningside (Iowa) (10-1) at Saint Francis (Ind.) (10-1)

Sunday, November 20th 2016
Saturday's Prep Football Scoreboard
PREP FOOTBALL
State Championship
Class A
Dillon 34, Columbia Falls 17

Class B
Eureka 31, Missoula Loyola 28

Class C 6-Man
Hot Springs 54, Mon-Dak 20

Class C 8-Man
Ennis 30, Charlo 24, OT

Sunday, November 20th 2016
Montana Tech Wins First Round Game In NAIA Football Playoffs
Montana Tech 28, Dickinson State 21

DSU 0 7 7 7 — 21
Tech 14 7 7 0 — 28
MT: Andrew Loudenback 3 pass from Quinn McQueary (Derrick Holt kick)

MT: McQueary 7 run (Holt kick)

MT: Zach Bunney 13 run (Holt kick)

DSU: Jed Fike 43 pass from Kaler Ray (Cody Johnson kick)

DSU: Fike 67 run (Johnson kick)

MT: Mitchell Keeton 23 pass from McQueary (Holt kick)

DSU: Ray 54 run (Johnson kick)

Saturday, November 19th 2016
Montana Grizzlies falls to Montana State Bobcats 24-17
1Q Half 3Q Final OT1
Montana 7 7 10 17 7
Montana State 7 14 24 24 14
Friday, November 18th 2016
Sports Broadcasts This Week
Saturday on KLTZ

Montana State at Montana

11:30 p.m. pregame

Noon game time

(Note: we are not allowed to stream Cat or Griz games)

Tuesday, November 15th 2016
Monday Scoreboard
Men's Basketball
University of Wyoming 73, Montana 72
MSU 84, Louisiana-Lafayette 83

Women's Basketball
Utah State 64, MSU 56
Dawson Community College 84, Rocky Mountain College JV 60

Tuesday, November 15th 2016
NFHS Network To Televise State Championship Football Games
The NFHS network will televise Montana's 5 state championship football games this weekend, according to the Montana High School Association.

Details on the subscription-based streaming are available at http://www.mhsa.org/

Schedule:
Class AA – 7:00 p.m. – Friday, November 18th (Glacier [Kalispell] at Billings Senior)
Class A – 1:00 p.m. – Saturday, November 19th (Beaverhead County [Dillon] at Columbia Falls)
Class B – 1:00 p.m. – Saturday, November 19th (Lincoln County [Eureka] at Loyola Sacred Heart [Missoula])
Class C-8 – 1:00 p.m. – Saturday, November 19th (Ennis at Charlo)
Class C-6 – 1:00 p.m. - Saturday, November 19th (Hot Springs at Westby/Grenora in Plentywood)

Sunday, November 13th 2016
High School Football Playoffs
Class AA
Semifinals

Billings Senior 35, Helena Capital 21

Kalispell Glacier 29, Helena 14

Championship

Kalispell Glacier at Billings Senior

Class A
Semifinals

Dillon 33, Billings Central 14

Columbia Falls 38, Belgrade 7

Championship

Dillon at Columbia Falls

Class B
Missoula Loyola 24, Fairfield 21
Eureka 36, Whitehall 7
Championship
Eureka at Missoula Loyola
Class C 8-Man
Semifinals
Charlo 50, Belt 35
Ennis 46, Wibaux 6
Championship
Ennis at Charlo
Class C 6-Man
Semifinals
Hot Springs 58, Valier 8
Westby-Grenora 30, Bridger 19
Championship
Hot Springs at Westby-Grenora

Sunday, November 13th 2016
Montana All-Class State Volleyball tournament results
The Montana All-Class High School Volleyball State Tournament concluded yesterday in Bozeman. In the Class AA ranks it was Missoula Sentinel over Billings Senior 25-14, 19-25, 25-22, 25-21 for the title. Kalispell Glacier finished in third.
In the Class A bracket it was Columbia Falls over Billings Central 22-25, 25-20, 25-16, 25-17 to win a second consecutive crown for the first time and finish their perfect season at 23-0. Belgrade finished in third place.
Huntley Project forced a second championship by beating the Rams 25-16, 21-25, 25-19, 25-21 earlier Saturday in the Class B bracket. Because it was Red Lodge’s first loss of the tournament, a second title match was required. After regrouping during a 30-minute break, Red Lodge won the decisive match 25-16, 21-25, 25-19, 25-21. Thompson Falls earned the third-place finish.
The Belt Huskies completed their season-long mission with a thrilling 25-18, 17-25, 13-25, 25-16, 15-11 victory over Ennis for the Class C state championship. The win capped off an undefeated season for Belt. Broadus finished in third.
Sunday, November 13th 2016
Weekend Scoreboard
College Football
Northern Colorado 28, Montana 25
MSU 27, UC Davis 13
Eastern Washington 48, Idaho State 17
UND 38, Northern Arizona 31
NDSU 41, Indiana State 17
UNLV 69, Wyoming 66 (3 OT)

Western 26, Rocky 10
Eastern Oregon 27, Carroll 17
College of Idaho 31, MSU-Northern 13
Montana Tech 38, Southern Oregon 27 (Tech wins Frontier Conference)

College Basketball
Men
Friday night:
USC 76, Montana 61

Women
Saturday:
Utah 74, Montana State 64
Cal State San Marcos 77, MSU-Billings 72

College Volleyball
Carroll College defeated Montana Tech to win Frontier title

High School Football
AA
Billings Senior35, Helena Capital 21
Kalispell Glacier 29, Helena 14

Glacier @ Senior for Championship

A
Dillon 33, Billings Central 14
Columbia Falls 38, Belgrade 7

Dillon @ Columbia Falls for Championship

B
Missoula Loyola 24, Fairfield 21
Eureka 36, Whitehall 7

Eureka @ Whitehall for Championship

C 8-man
Charlo 50, Belt 35
Ennis 46, Wibaux 6

Ennis @ Charlo for Championship

C 6-man
Hot Springs 58, Valier 8
Westby-Grenora 30, Bridger 19

Hot Springs @ Westby-Grenora for Championship

State Volleyball
AA
Billings Senior defeated Kalispell Glacier 3-0 (loser 3rd)
Missoula Central defeated Billings Senior 3-1 (Championship)
A
Billings Central defeated Belgrade 3-2 (loser 3rd)
Columbia Falls defeated Billings Central 3-1 (Championship)
B
Huntley Project defeated Thompson Falls 3-1 (loser 3rd)
Huntley Project defeated Red Lodge 3-1 (first championship game)
Red Lodge defeated Huntley Project 3-1 (Championship)
C
Ennis defeated Broadus 3-1 (loser 3rd)
Belt defeated Ennis 3-2 (Championship)

Saturday, November 12th 2016
High School Football Playoffs
SEMIFINALS

Class AA

Friday

Billings Senior 35, Helena Capital 31

Kalispell Glacier 29, Helena High 14

Class A

Friday

Dillon 33, Billings Central 14

Saturday

Columbia Falls (9-1) at Belgrade (7-2), 1 p.m.

Class B

Saturday

Fairfield (10-0) at Missoula Loyola (10-0), 1 p.m.

Whitehall (10-1) at Eureka (9-1), 1 p.m.

Class C

Saturday

Charlo (10-1) at Belt (11-0), 1 p.m.

Wibaux (9-0) at Ennis (11-0), 1 p.m.

Six-Man

Saturday

Valier (9-1) at Hot Springs (11-0), 1 p.m.

Bridger (11-0) at Westby-Grenora (10-1), 1 p.m.

Saturday, November 12th 2016
College Football
Saturday’s Games

Cal Poly at Weber State

Montana at N. Colorado, Noon, KFBB Fox-TV

N. Arizona at N. Dakota

S. Utah at BYU

UC Davis at Montana State, 1:30 p.m., Root-TV

Idaho State at E. Washington

Portland State at Sacramento State

Indiana State @ NDSU

Frontier Conference
E. Oregon at Carroll

College of Idaho at MSU-Northern

UM Western at Rocky Mountain

Montana Tech at S. Oregon

Saturday, November 12th 2016
State All-Class Tournament Volleyball Results From Bozeman
Friday
Class B
Joliet def. Choteau 25-23, 25-20, 16-25, 25-19, lo
Fairfield def. Shelby 22-25, 25-18, 25-21, 28-26, lo
Thompson Falls def. Joliet 25-21, 25-17, 18-25, 31-29, lo
Florence def. Fairfield 20-25, 25-21, 25-18, 25-15, lo
Red Lodge def. Huntley Project 25-20, 25-23, 21-25, 22-25, 15-9, sf
Thompson Falls def. Florence 25-23, 28-26, 25-18, lo

Saturday:
3rd place: Huntley Project vs. Thompson Falls
Championship: Red Lodge vs. 3rd place game winner

Class C
Great Falls Central def. Tri-Cities 25-22, 25-8, 25-16, lo
Circle def. Custer-Hysham 25-15, 25-19, 25-20, lo
Ennis def. Great Falls Central 25-23, 25-14, 22-25, 25-16, lo
Circle def. Gardiner 25-21, 25-23, 25-19, lo
Belt def. Broadus 25-20, 25-23, 25-18, sf
Ennis def. Circle 27-25, 25-16, 25-17, lo

Saturday:
3rd place: Broadus vs. Ennis
Championship: Belt vs. 3rd place game winner

Class A
Dillon def. Sidney 25-22, 25-17, 25-17, lo
Corvallis def. Lewistown 12-25, 26-24, 25-13, 17-25, 16-14, lo
Whitefish def. Dillon 25-19, 25-23, 25-13, lo
Billings Central def. Corvallis 17-25, 31-29, 16-25, 25-21, 15-11, lo
Columbia Falls def. Belgrade 25-16, 25-18, 28-26, sf
Billings Central def. Whitefish 25-20, 29-27, 23-25, 17-25, 15-12, lo

Saturday:
3rd place: Belgrade vs. Billings Central
Championship: Columbia Falls vs. 3rd place game winner

Class AA
Helena High def. Billings West 25-18, 25-18, 25-22, lo
Billings Skyview def. Helena Capital 25-14, 25-17, 12-25, 25-22, lo
Helena High def. Bozeman 25-25, 25-19, 25-22. lo
Kalispell Glacier def. Billings Skyview 25-21, 18-25, 22-25, 26-24, 15-13, lo
Missoula Sentinel def. Billings Senior 25-15, 26-24, 25-21, sf
Kalispell Glacier def. Helena High 18-25, 15-25, 25-12, 25-22, 15-9, lo

Saturday:
3rd place: Billings Senior vs. Kalispell Glacier
Championship: Missoula Sentinal vs. 3rd place game winner


Saturday, November 12th 2016
College basketball on Friday
Men
Washington State 69, MSU 65
Montana Tech 89, Yellowstone Christian College 78
California Baptist 101, MSU Billings 86
Carroll College 99, Warner Pacific 73

Women
Montana Tech 81, College of Idaho 61
Dawson Community College 93, Glendive Eastern Montana All-Stars 91
Evergreen 71, MSU-Northern 35

Saturday, November 12th 2016
Grizzlies fall to the Bears 28-25
1Q Half 3Q Final OT1
Northern Colorado 14 14 21 28 14
Montana 3 12 12 25 12
Thursday, November 10th 2016
GHS Winter Sports Meetings Set
Times and dates have been set for GHS winter sports meetings.

Girls basketball parent meeting: Monday, November 14th, 6 p.m. @ GHS Cafeteria

Boys basketball PLAYER meeting: Tuesday, November 15th, 5:45 p.m. @ Scottie Gymnasium

Boys basketball PARENT meeting: Tuesday, November 15th, 6:15 p.m. @ GHS Room #6

Wrestling parent meeting: Tuesday, November 15th, 6:30 p.m. @ GHS Room #1

Thursday, November 10th 2016
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to Amanda Wolff, the Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week. Amanda has had a stellar fall running for the Dickinson State University Lady Blue Hawks. She's been the North Star Athletic Association runner of the week 4 times this fall, including in Saturday's conference meet.

Wolff won the meet with a time of 19:48 on the 5K course, leading her team to the conference title as well. With the victory, she was also named the NSAA female runner of the year.

Wolff and her teammates will compete at the NAIA national championship cross country meet in Elsah, Illinois on November 19th.

Thursday, November 10th 2016
Phillips Signs With North Dakota State University
Scottie athlete Benji Phillips has signed a national letter of intent to throw javelin for North Dakota State University in Fargo.

Phillips finished 4th at the class B state meet in the javelin as a freshman, set the school record as a sophomore, finishing 2nd at state. As a junior, he furthered the school record to 196' 3" and was named state champion last spring.

Phillips will join a Bison throws team that was named best in the nation at all levels this past season by The Throwers Page. In 2016, the NDSU men and women combined for 25 entries in the throwing events at the NCAA Prelims. No other school in the country had more than 14.

Benji, the son of Tim & Yvette Phillips, will study biology/pre-med at North Dakota State starting this fall.

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