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Saturday, November 17th 2018
Saturday Montana Sports
AA
Billings West 20, Flathead 14
A
Billings Central vs. Hamilton
B
Fairfield vs. Loyola 2 p.m.
C 8 man
Drummond-Philipsburg vs. Great Falls Central
C 6 man
Jordan vs. Wibaux


College basketball
Men
Montana State 93, Incarnate Word 66
College of Idaho 71, Montana Tech 48

Women
Miles Community College 98, Rocky JV 34 (Thursday)
Montana State 69, Delaware 60
MSU Billings 67, Chadron State 59
Montana Western 80, CSU-Pueblo 78

College basketball
Weber State def. Montana 25-18, 25-21, 25-23


Thursday, November 15th 2018
District 3-C Volleyball
1st Team
Kortney Nelson-Scobey
Gracee Lekvold- Scobey
Katelyn Lamb- Scobey
Sadie Brown- Lustre Christian
Alex Lapke- Scobey
Kaitlyn McColly- North Country

Nelson, Lekvold and Lamb also made the All-State Team

Monday, November 12th 2018
2018 District 2B Volleyball Honors
1st Team All-Conference
Name School Height Grade
Mary Big Horn Wolf Point 6’0” 12
Keely Fossum Glasgow 5’8” 11
Rachelle Glaser Glasgow 5’6” 10
Abby Juve Wolf Point 6’0” 12
Janessa Malmend Malta 5’8” 12
Kyleigh Schipman Malta 5’4” 12
Semarah Wells Wolf Point 5’7” 12

2nd Team All-Conference
Name School Height Grade
Jessica Bledsaw Wolf Point 5’3” 12
Kloie Marks Malta 5’6” 12
Lindsay Nefzger Wolf Point 5’6” 11
Cordelia Nickels Glasgow 5’4” 12
Anika Peters Glasgow 5’6” 11
Taeshon Shaeffer Harlem 5’6” 11
Macey Stump Poplar 6’3” 10

Class B All-State
Name School Height Grade
Keely Fossum Glasgow 5’8” 11
Abby Juve Wolf Point 6’0” 12
Semarah Wells Wolf Point 5’7” 12

Monday, November 12th 2018
GHS Boys Basketball Meeting Is Tuesday
Boys Basketball 9-12 players meeting will be Tuesday, November 13 at 5 p.m. in the GHS auditorium.

This will be followed by the parents meeting at 6 p.m., also in the auditorium.

Monday, November 12th 2018
Sports Broadcasts This Week
Wednesday, November 14th
6:30 p.m. Griz Coach’s Show, KLTZ

Saturday, November 17th
College Football – Montana State @ Montana, KLTZ
10 a.m. pre-game, noon kick-off

Sunday, November 11th 2018
Updated Montana High School Football Playoffs
Montana High School Association

Football Playoffs Pairings

Class AA

Quarterfinals

Friday, Nov. 2

Bozeman 49, Great Falls 21

Kalispell Flathead 52, Billings Senior 35

Helena 21, Kalispell Glacier 7

Billings West 45, Butte 27

Semifinals

Friday, Nov. 9

Billings West 34, Helena 0

Kalispell Flathead 21, Bozeman 17

Championship

Friday, Nov. 16

Kalispell Flathead at Billings West, 7 p.m.

Class A

First round

First-round byes: Columbia Falls, Hamilton, Laurel, Billings Central.

Friday, Oct. 26

Dillon 27, Whitefish 7

Corvallis 28, Frenchtown 23

Saturday, Oct. 27

Miles City 46, Belgrade 7

Lewistown 21, Sidney 0

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 3

Columbia Falls 23, Lewistown 22

Hamilton 53, Miles City 20

Laurel 49, Corvallis 6

Billings Central 38, Dillon 13

Semifinals

Friday, Nov. 9

Billings Central 28, Laurel 7

Saturday, Nov. 10

Hamilton 41, Columbia Falls 27

Championship

Saturday, Nov. 17

Billings Central (11-0) at Hamilton (11-0), 1 p.m.

Class B

First round

Saturday, Oct. 27

Big Timber 30, Florence 0

Colstrip 27, Glasgow 16

Missoula Loyola 54, Three Forks 14

Huntley Project 30, Malta 6

Roundup 60, Cut Bank 14

Bigfork 47, Townsend 13

Fairfield 40, Red Lodge 0

Manhattan 33, Eureka 6

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 3

Big Timber 37, Colstrip 6

Missoula Loyola 56, Huntley Project 12

Bigfork 43, Roundup 18

Fairfield 34, Manhattan 6

Semifinals

Saturday, Nov. 10

Missoula Loyola 21, Big Timber 6

Fairfield 48, Bigfork 14

Championship

Saturday, Nov. 17

Fairfield (11-0) at Missoula Loyola (11-1), 1 p.m.

Class C 8-Man

First round

Saturday, Oct. 27

Scobey 74, Joliet 50

Great Falls Central 57, Alberton-Superior 14

Fairview 70, Chinook 6

Arlee 36, Centerville 32

Shelby 56, Darby 14

Circle 52, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 14

Drummond-Philipsburg 50, Choteau 14

Culbertson 32, Ennis 14

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 3

Great Falls Central 52, Scobey 22

Fairview 32, Arlee 20

Shelby 59, Circle 42

Dummond-Philipsburg 74, Culbertson 14

Semifinals

Saturday, Nov. 10

Great Falls Central 28, Fairview 18

Drummond-Philipsburg 28, Shelby 20

Championship

Saturday, Nov. 17

Drummond-Philipsburg (12-0) vs. Great Falls Central (10-1), 1 p.m., at Butte

Class C 6-Man

First round

Friday, Oct. 26

Richey-Lambert 80, Bridger 30

Saturday, Oct. 27

Hot Springs 49, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 24

Jordan 88, Roy-Winifred 40

Geraldine-Highwood 51, Noxon 14

Wibaux 59, Shields Valley 6

Big Sandy 56, White Sulphur Springs 22

Grass Range-Winnett 27, Westby-Grenora 24

West Yellowstone 86, Sunburst 60

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 3

Richey-Lambert 56, Geraldine-Highwood 54

Wibaux 46, Big Sandy 14

Grass Range-Winnett 58, West Yellowstone 36

Jordan 74, Hot Springs 57

Semifinals

Saturday, Nov. 10

Jordan 50, Richey-Lambert 37

Wibaux 60, Grass Range-Winnett 6

Championship

Saturday, Nov. 17

Jordan (10-2) at Wibaux (11-0), 1 p.m.

Sunday, November 11th 2018
State Volleyball Results

All-Class State Tournament

At Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman

Saturday

Class AA

Bozeman def. Billings West 25-16, 25-23, 25-23 (Third)

Bozeman – Aces 3 (Ayla Embry 1, Emma Fox 1, Bella Wanderer 1); Kills 48 (Mara Lynch 17); Assists 43 (Fox 41); Blocks 5 (Jojo Radick 4); Digs 72 (Embry 26).

Bilings West – Aces 2 (Molly Nault 1, Jessica Ostwalt 1); Kills 31 (Shauna Stene 8); Assists 27 (Taylor Graham 12); Blocks 11.5 (Stene 7); Digs 73 (Paige Smith 18).

Helena Capital def. Bozeman 23-25, 25-19, 25-22, 27-25 (Championship)

Bozeman – Aces 7 (Ayla Embry 3); Kills 39 (Mara Lynch 14); Assists 36 (Emma Fox 35); Blocks 5 (Jojo Radick 3); Digs 56 (Embry 23).

Helena Capital – Aces 9 (Emily Kidder 4); Kills 53 (Sarah Ashley 17); Assists 49 (Audrey Hofer 44); Blocks 12 (Paige Bartsch 7); Digs 63 (Ashley 14).

Class A

Belgrade def. Corvallis 25-17, 22-25, 25-18, 25-20 (Third)

Belgrade – Aces 10 (Hazel Eaton 3); Kills 54 (Bailey Christensen 19); Assists 49 (Jaiden Blakely 46); Blocks 9 (Kenna Carlson 6); Digs 101 (Taylor Christensen 34).


Corvallis – Aces 5 (Hannah Hutchinson 2, Kaitlin Irwin 2); Kills 43 (Maureen Jessop 18); Assists 38 (Hannah Martin 33); Blocks 13 (Hutchinson 5, Charlotte Powell 5); Digs 105 (Casey Fison 25).

Belgrade def. Billings Central 20-25, 25-22, 25-21, 21-25, 15-8 (Championship)

Belgrade – Aces 10 (Jaiden Blakely 3, Bailey Christensen 3); Kills 63 (B. Christensen 24); Assists 51 (Blakely 46); Blocks 9 (Olivia Cook 3, McKenna Carlson 3); Digs 93 (Taylor Christensen 29).

Billings Central – Aces 5 (Taylor Bowen 3); Kills 49 (Olivia Motten-Schell 21); Assists 34 (Sierra Schuster 33); Blocks 10 (Motten-Schell 6); Digs 107 (Avery Hadley 20).

Billings Central def. Belgrade 22-25, 29-27, 25-15, 25-19 (2nd Championship)

Billings Central - Aces 3 (no leader); Kills 36 (Olivia Motten-Schell 18); Assists 40 (Sierra Schuster 35); Blocks 11 (Motten-Schell 6); Digs 100 (Avery Hadley 22).

Belgrade - Aces 9 (Jaiden Blakely4); Kills 52 (Bailey Christensen 27); Assists 46 (Blakely 43); Blocks 1 (B. Christensen 1); Digs 90 (Taylor Christensen 26).

Class B

Florence def. Roundup 25-18, 25-14, 20-25, 25-21 (Third)

Florence – Aces 7 (Emma Stensrud 2, Shannon Byrne 2); Kills 42 (Sarah Hopcroft 18); Assists 41 (Halle Christopherson 37); Blocks 9 (Jacklyn Balford 3); Digs 78 (Hopcroft 19).

Roundup – Aces 7 (Blythe Sealey 4); Kills 36 (Chloe Cota 15); Assists 34 (Blythe Sealey 27); Blocks 4 (Meghan Eiselein 1.5); Digs 88 (Chloe Cota 23).

Huntley Project def. Florence 25-18, 25-11, 25-18 (Championship)

Huntley Project - Aces 6 (Addy Hultgren 2, Emily Poole 2); Kills 49 (Mollee Krum 14, Poole 14); Assists 46 (Hultgren 44); Blocks 3 (Krum 2); Digs 56 (Maggie Taylor 16).

Florence - No stats available

Class C

Bridger def. Simms 25-13, 25-21, 25-16 (Third)

Bridger – Aces 5 (Kyra Kroll 3); Kills 32 (Jessica Adkins 8, Emily Adkins 8, Jenna Kallevig 8); Assists 29 (Sami Fusco 19); Blocks 9 (Desiree Jones Scott 5); Digs 43 (Kroll 12, Jones Scott 12).

Simms – Aces 4 (Janessa Willekes 2, Lissy Willekes 1, Maddie Bloom 1); Kills 18 (L. Willekes 6, J. Willekes 5, Draylen Sawyer 4); Assists 18 (Bloom 18); Blocks 7 (L. Willekes 5); Digs 22 (Madi Cicon 8, Taylor Jones 4).

Bridger def. Belt 25-19, 25-18, 19-25, 25-16 (1st Championship)

Bridger – Aces 3 (Jessica Adkins 2); Kills 43 (Jenna Kallevig 12); Assists 40 (Emily Adkins 21); Blocks 12 (Desiree Jones Scott 8); Digs 64 (Kyra Kroll 19).

Belt – Aces 3 (Kolby Pimperton 1, Adelle Meisner 1, Abby Gliko 1); Kills 39 (Gliko 13, Kyelie Marquis 12, Morgan Cooper 7); Assists 36 (Pimperton 35); Blocks 22 (Shelby Paulson 8, Marquis 7); Digs 108 (Cooper 33, Meissner 30, Marquis 22).

Belt def. Bridger 19-25, 18-25, 25-19, 25-16, 15-12 (2nd Championship)

Bridger - Aces 7 (Jessica Adkins 2); Kills 48 (Desiree Jones Scott 15); Assists 43 (Sami Fusco 21); Blocks 9 (Jones Scott 5); Digs 43 (Kyra Kroll 21).

Belt - Aces 6 (Kolby Pimperton 4); Kills 62 (Kyelie Marquis 23, Morgan Cooper 16, Abby Gliko 11); Assists 56 (Pimperton 50); Blocks 13 (Brooke Schraner 4); Digs 114 (Adelle Meissner 32, Marquis 31, Cooper 30).

Saturday, November 10th 2018
High School Football Playoffs
AA
Billings West 34, Helena 0
Flathead 21, Bozeman 17

A
Billings Central 28, Laurel 7
Hamilton vs. Columbia Falls

B
Missoula Loyola vs. Big Timber
Big Fork vs. Fairfield

C 8-man
Drummond-Phillipsburg vs. Shelby
Fairview vs. Great Falls Central

C 6-man
Jordan vs. Richey-Lambert
Wibaux vs. Grass Range-Winnett

Saturday, November 10th 2018
College Scoreboard
Basketball
Men
Indiana 80, Montana State 35
Montana 81, Georgia State 74
Point Loma 100, Montana State Billings 75
Montana Western 97, Yellowstone Christian 51
Sheridan 91, Miles Community College 61

Women
Montana State Billings 73, University of Providence 65
Marquette 100, Montana State 52
The Master's 61, Carroll 56
Miles Community College 70, Sheridan 61

Football
Montana @ Idaho, 4:30 p.m. (2:30 pre-game) on KLTZ
Northern Colorado @ Montana State, 1 p.m.

Montana Tech @ Rocky Mountain, noon
Eastern Oregon @ Carroll, noon
College of Idaho @ MSU-Northern, noon
Montana Western @ Southern Oregon, noon

Saturday, November 10th 2018
High School State Volleyball Tournaments
Class B
Choteau def. Joliet 3-0, loser-out
Wolf Point def. Deer Lodge 3-2, loser-out
Choteau def. Fairfield 3-0, loser-out
Roundup def. Wolf Point 3-1, loser-out
Huntley Project def. Florence 3-0 (undefeated semi-final)
Roundup def. Choteau 3-1 (Choteau finishes 4th)
Florence vs. Roundup (Loser 3rd, winner faces Huntley Project)

Class A
Columbia Falls def. Glendive 3-2, loser-out
Hardin def. Whitefish 3-1, loser-out
Libby def. Columbia Falls 3-2, loser-out
Corvallis def. Hardin
Billings Central def. Belgrade 3-0
Corvallis def. Libby 3-0
Belgrade vs. Corvallis (loser third, winner faces Billings Central)

Class C
Bridger def. Plentywood 3-0, loser-out
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap def. Scobey 3-0, loser-out
Bridger def. Ennis 3-0, loser-out
Manhattan Christian def. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 3-0
Belt def. Simms 3-0
Bridger def. Manhattan Christian 3-0
Simms vs. Bridger (loser 3rd, winner faces Belt)

Class AA
Missoula Hellgate def. Billings Senior 3-2, loser-out
Kalispell Flathead def. Great Falls CMR 3-0, loser-out
Bozeman def. Missoula Hellgate 3-1, loser-out
Kalispell Flathead def. Helena 3-2
Helena Capital def. Billings West 3-0
Bozeman def. Kalispell Flathead 3-1
Billings West vs. Bozeman (loser third, winner faces Helena Capital)

Monday, November 5th 2018
Sports Broadcasts This Week
Wednesday, November 7th
6:30 p.m. Griz Coach’s Show, KLTZ
7:30 p.m. Bobcat Coach’s Show, KLTZ

Saturday, November 10th
College Football – Montana @ Idaho, KLTZ
2:30 p.m. Pre-game
4:30 p.m. Kick-off

Sunday, November 4th 2018
Freshman Ifanse sparks Montana State past Cal Poly 49-42
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Isaiah Ifanse ran for 227 yards and three touchdowns in Montana State's 49-42 win over Cal Poly on Saturday, breaking the school's single-game rushing record by a freshman in the process.

Ifanse's total is also the seventh most in school history. It broke Aaron Mason's freshman record of 192 yards set in 2006 at Northern Arizona.

Cal Poly (3-6, 2-4 Big Sky) fell behind 28-14 at halftime then put a big damper on its hopes of making a comeback when Ryan McNab fumbled the opening kickoff of the second half and Ifanse scored from 29 yards out on the second play following the miscue. The Mustangs coughed the ball up again on their next drive and Ifanse again took the ball in on MSU's second play again this time from 28 yards to go up 42-14.

The Bobcats (5-4, 3-3) finished with their fourth best rushing total in school history at 430 yards, but scored on a 17-yard pass play to get on the board first when Logan Jones took Travis Jonsen's shovel pass to the end zone. The Bobcats then got 74- and 51-yard TD runs on their next two possessions by Ifanse and Troy Andersen, respectively. Andersen ran for 106 yards and two touchdowns on just six carries. It was his sixth 100-yard game of the season.

Joe Protheroe ran for 215 yards on 36 carries, which is his seventh straight 100-yard rushing game and third 200-yard rushing game of the season for the Mustangs. He also ran for two scores. Cal Poly amassed 369 yards rushing on the day. The Mustangs cut the lead to 42-28 midway through the fourth quarter on Khaleel Jenkins TD run, but Andersen answered with a 49-yard run to put MSU back up by 21. Jenkins added 138 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 30 rushes.

NEXT UP

Montana State: Bobcats look to keep their slight playoff hopes alive when they host Northern Colorado.

Sunday, November 4th 2018
Sneed throws 5 TDs, Montana beats Southern Utah 57-14
CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) — Dalton Sneed passed for 323 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions on Saturday, and Montana beat Southern Utah 57-14.

The Grizzlies (5-4, 3-3 Big Sky Conference) led 30-14 at halftime and outscored the Thunderbirds 27-0 in the second half.

Montana had no turnovers and outgained Southern Utah 635-241 in total offense. Sneed had three of his five TD passes in the third quarter, two to Samuel Akem, who had his third straight game with at least two TDs.

Jeremy Calhoun ran 16 times for 99 yards and a touchdown for Montana. Sneed added 52 yards on eight carries.

Keenan Curran had six catches for 91 yards and two touchdowns, Akem had five catches for 89 yards and Jerry Louie-McGee had five catches for 87 yards and a score.

Tyler Skidmore passed for 138 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions for the Thunderbirds (1-8, 1-5).

Sunday, November 4th 2018
Saturday's Prep Football Scoreboard
rep Football

Playoffs

Quarterfinals

Saturday

Class A

Laurel 49, Corvallis 6

Billings Central 38, Dillon 13

Hamilton 53, Miles City 20

Columbia Falls 23, Lewistown 22

Class B

Fairfield 34, Manhattan 6

Missoula Loyola 56, Huntley Project 12

Big Timber 57, Colstrip 6

Bigfork 43, Roundup 18

Class C Eight-Man

Shelby 59, Circle 42

Flint Creek 74, Culbertson 14

Great Falls Central 52, Scobey 22

Fairview 32, Arlee 20

Class C Six-Man

Wibaux 46, Big Sandy 14

Jordan 74, Hot Springs 57

Richey-Lambert 56, Geraldine-Highwood 54

Grass Range-Winnett 58, West Yellowstone 36

Saturday, November 3rd 2018
Friday Volleyball Scores
Eastern A Divisional

at Glendive

(4 teams advance)

Wednesday

Sidney def. Laurel 3-0

Hardin def. Livingston 3-0

Thursday

Belgrade def. Sidney 3-0

Billings Central def. Hardin 3-2

Glendive def. Lewistown 3-0

Miles City def. Havre 3-1

Sidney def. Livingston 3-2

Hardin def. Laurel 3-0

Friday

Havre def. Sidney 3-0

Hardin def. Lewistown 3-0

Belgrade def. Glendive 3-0

Billings Central def. Miles City 3-1

Glendive def. Havre 3-0

Hardin def. Miles City 3-0

Belgrade def. Billings Central 3-0, undefeated semifinal

Saturday

Match 16: Glendive vs. Hardin, 11 a.m., loser fourth

Match 17: Match 16 winner vs. Billings Central, 12:45 p.m., loser third

Game 18: Belgrade vs. Match 17 winner, 2:30 p.m., championship

Match 19: Second championship match, if necessary, 4:15 p.m.

Western A

at Whitefish

(4 teams advance)

Thursday

Libby def. Butte Central 3-0

Columbia Falls def. Stevensville 3-0

Whitefish def. Dillon 3-0

Corvallis def. Polson 3-0

Libby def. Columbia Falls, 3-1

Corvallis def. Whitefish 3-0

Friday

Stevensville def. Butte Central, loser out

Polson def. Dillon 3-2, loser out

Whitefish def. Stevensville, loser out

Columbia Falls def. Polson, loser out

Corvallis def. Libby 3-0, undefeated semifinal

Columbia Falls def. Whitefish 3-0, loser fourth

Saturday

Match 13: Columbia Falls vs. Libby, 10 a.m., loser third

Match 14: Corvallis vs. Match 13 winner, noon, championship

Match 15: Second championship match, if necessary, 2 p.m.

Southern B

at Worden

(3 teams advance)

Thursday

Jefferson def. Joliet 3-0

Roundup def. Colstrip 3-0

Huntley Project def. Manhattan 3-0

Baker def. Three Forks 3-2

Roundup def. Jefferson 3-0

Huntley Project def. Baker 3-0

Friday

Joliet def. Colstrip 3-0, loser out

Three Forks def. Manhattan 3-0, loser out

Joliet def Baker 3-0, loser out

Jefferson def. Three Forks 3-1, loser out

Huntley Project def. Roundup 3-0, undefeated semifinal

Joliet def. Jefferson 3-1, loser fourth

Saturday

Match 13: Roundup vs. Joliet, 11 a.m., loser third

Match 14: Huntley Project vs. Match 13 winner, 1 p.m., championship

Match 15: Second championship, if necessary, 30 minutes after Match 14

Northern B

at Cut Bank

(3 teams advance)

Thursday

Choteau def. Harlem 3-0

Shelby def. Malta 3-0

Wolf Point def. Cut Bank 3-1

Fairfield def. Glasgow 3-1

Choteau def. Shelby 3-1

Fairfield def. Wolf Point 3-2

Friday

Malta def. Harlem 3-1, loser out

Glasgow def. Cut Bank 3-2, loser out

Wolf Point def. Malta 3-0, loser out

Shelby def. Glasgow 3-0, loser out

Choteau def. Fairfield 3-1, undefeated semifinal

Wolf Point def. Shelby 3-2, loser fourth

Saturday

Match 13: Wolf Point vs. Fairfield, 11 a.m., loser third

Match 14: Choteau vs. Match 13 winner, 1 p.m., championship

Match 15: Second championship match, if necessary, 3 p.m.

Western B

at Florence-Carlton High School

(2 teams advance)

Thursday

Florence-Carlton def. St. Ignatius 3-0

Bigfork def. Missoula Loyola 3-2

Anaconda def. Eureka 3-2

Thompson Falls def. Deer Lodge 3-1

Florence-Carlton def. Bigfork 3-0

Thompson Falls def. Anaconda 3-0

Friday

Missoula Loyola def. St. Ignatius 3-2, loser out

Deer Lodge def. Eureka 3-0, loser out

Missoula Loyola def. Anaconda 3-0 loser out

Deer Lodge def. Bigfork, loser out

Florence def. Thompson Falls 3-0, undefeated semifinal

Deer Lodge def. Missoula Loyola 3-0, loser fourth

Saturday

Match 13: Deer Lodge vs. Thompson Falls, 11 a.m., loser third

Match 14: Florence vs. Match 13 winner, 1 p.m., championship

Match 15: Second championship match, if necessary, 3 p.m.

Eastern C

at Sidney

(2 teams advance)

Thursday

Ekalaka def. Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 3-0

Plentywood def. Circle 3-0

Scobey def. Froid-Lake 3-1

Wibaux def. Westby-Grenora 3-1

Ekalaka def. Plentywood, 3-1

Scobey def. Wibaux 3-1

Friday

Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale def. Circle 3-0, loser out

Westby-Grenora def. Froid-Lake 3-2, loser out

Wibaux def. Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 3-0, loser out

Plentywood def. Westby-Grenora, 3-1, loser out

Scobey def. Ekalaka 3-2, undefeated semifinal

Plentywood def. Wibaux 3-0, loser fourth

Saturday

Match 13: Ekalaka vs. Plentywood, 11 a.m., loser third

Match 14: Scobey vs. Match 13 winner, 1 p.m., championship

Match 15: Second championship, if necessary, 30 minutes after Match 14

Southern C

at Lewistown

(2 teams advance)

Thursday

Roy-Winifred def. Roberts 3-0.

Melstone def. Absarokee 3-0

Bridger def. Grass Range-Winnett 3-0

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap def. Reed Point-Rapelje 3-1

Roy-Winifred def. Melstone 3-2

Bridger def. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 3-0

Friday

Absarokee def. Roberts 3-1, loser out

Reed Point-Rapelje def. Grass Range-Winnett 3-2, loser out

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap def. Absarokee 3-0, loser out

Melstone def. Reed Point-Rapelje 3-0, loser out

Bridger def. Roy-Winifred 3-0, undefeated semifinal

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap def. Melstone 3-1, loser fourth

Saturday

Match 13: Roy-Winifred vs. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap, 11 a.m., loser third

Match 14: Bridger vs. Match 13 winner, 1 p.m., championship

Match 15: Second championship, if necessary, 30 minutes after Match 14

Western C

at Manhattan Christian

(2 teams advance)

Thursday

Manhattan Christian def. Alberton-Superior 3-0

Twin Bridges def. Plains 3-0

Ennis def. Charlo 3-1

Gardiner def. Seeley-Swan 3-0

Manhattan Christian def. Twin Bridges 3-2

Gardiner def. Ennis 3-2

Friday

Plains def. Alberton-Superior 3-0, loser out

Charlo def. Seeley-Swan 3-0, loser out

Ennis def. Plains 3-0, loser out

Charlo def. Twin Bridges 3-1, loser out

Manhattan Christian def. Gardiner 3-0, undefeated semifinal

Ennis def. Charlo 3-0, loser fourth

Saturday

Match 13: Ennis vs. Gardiner, 11 a.m., loser third

Match 14: Manhattan Christian vs. Match 13 winner, 30 minutes after Match 13, championship

Match 15: Second championship match, if necessary, 30 minutes after Match 14

Northern C

at Belt

(2 teams advance)

Thursday

Belt def. Dutton-Brady 3-0

North Star def. Power 3-1

Chinook def. Fort Benton 3-2

Simms def. Box Elder 3-0

Belt def. North Star 3-0

Chinook def. Simms, 3-2

Friday

Power def. Dutton-Brady 3-0, loser out

Fort Benton def. Box Elder 3-0, loser out

Simms def. Power 3-0, loser out

North Star def. Fort Benton 3-2, loser out

Belt def. Chinook 3-1, undefeated semifinal

Saturday

Match 12: Simms vs. North Star, 10 a.m., loser fourth

Match 13: Chinook vs. Match 12 winner, 30 minutes after Match 12, loser third

Match 14: Belt vs. Match 13 winner, 4 p.m., championship

Match 15: Second championship, if necessary, 30 minutes after Match 14

Saturday, November 3rd 2018
Friday Football Scores
Montana High School Association

Football Playoffs Pairings

Class AA

First round

Friday, Nov. 2

Bozeman 49, Great Falls 21

Kalispell Flathead 52, Billings Senior 35

Helena 21, Kalispell Glacier 7

Billings West 45, Butte 27

Semifinals

Friday, Nov. 9

Helena (9-2) at Billings West (10-1), Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium, 7 p.m.

TBA

Kalispell Flathead (8-3) at Bozeman (11-0)

Class A

First-round byes: Columbia Falls, Hamilton, Laurel, Billings Central.

First round

Friday, Oct. 26

Dillon 27, Whitefish 7

Corvallis 28, Frenchtown 23

Saturday, Oct. 27

Miles City 46, Belgrade 7

Lewistown 21, Sidney 0

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 3, 1 p.m.

Lewistown (8-2) at Columbia Falls (7-1)

Miles City (7-3) at Hamilton (9-0)

Corvallis (6-4) at Laurel (7-2), Laurel Sports Complex

Dillon (7-2) at Billings Central (9-0), Herb Klindt Field

Class B

First round

Saturday, Oct. 27

Big Timber 30, Florence 0

Colstrip 27, Glasgow 16

Missoula Loyola 54, Three Forks 14

Huntley Project 30, Malta 6

Roundup 60, Cut Bank 14

Bigfork 47, Townsend 13

Fairfield 40, Red Lodge 0

Manhattan 33, Eureka 6

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 3, 1 p.m.

Colstrip (9-1) at Big Timber (8-1)

Huntley Project (6-3) at Missoula Loyola (9-1)

Bigfork (8-1) at Roundup (9-0)

Manhattan (6-3) at Fairfield (9-0)

Class C 8-Man

First round

Saturday, Oct. 27

Scobey 74, Joliet 50

Great Falls Central 57, Alberton-Superior 14

Fairview 70, Chinook 6

Arlee 36, Centerville 32

Shelby 56, Darby 14

Circle 52, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 14

Drummond-Philipsburg 50, Choteau 14

Culbertson 32, Ennis 14

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 3, 1 p.m.

Scobey (7-3) at Great Falls Central (8-1)

Arlee (8-2) at Fairview (10-0)

Circle (8-2) at Shelby (8-0)

Culbertson (9-1) at Dummond-Philipsburg (10-0) in Philipsburg

Class C 6-Man

First round

Friday, Oct. 26

Richey-Lambert 80, Bridger 30

Saturday, Oct. 27

Hot Springs 49, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 24

Jordan 88, Roy-Winifred 40

Geraldine-Highwood 51, Noxon 14

Wibaux 59, Shields Valley 6

Big Sandy 56, White Sulphur Springs 22

Grass Range-Winnett 27, Westby-Grenora 24

West Yellowstone 86, Sunburst 60

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 3, 1 p.m.

Richey-Lambert (8-2) at Geraldine-Highwood (9-1) in Geraldine

Big Sandy (7-2) at Wibaux (9-0)

West Yellowstone (8-1) at Grass Range-Winnett (11-0) in Grass Range

Jordan (8-2) at Hot Springs (10-1)

Thursday, November 1st 2018
Divisional Volleyball Scores
Northern B in Cut Bank
Thursday
Match 1: Choteau def. Harlem 25-13, 25-9, 25-10, first round
Match 2: Shelby def. Malta 25-13, 25-13, 25-20, first round
Match 3: Wolf Point def. Cut Bank ??-??, 25-18, 17-25, 25-16, first round
Match 4: Fairfield def. Glasgow 25-13, 13-25, 25-17, 25-21
Match 5: Choteau def. Shelby 3-1
Match 6: Fairfield def. Wolf Point 3-2

Friday
Match 7: Malta def. Harlem 17-25, 25-17, 25-12, 25-9
Match 8: Glasgow def. Cut Bank 16-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-16, 15-11
Match 9: Wolf Point def. Malta 25-22, 26-24, 25-18
Match 10: Shelby def. Glasgow 25-16, 25-17, 26-24
Match 11: Choteau vs. Fairfield, 5 p.m., undefeated semifinal
Match 12: Wolf Point vs. Shelby, 6:45 p.m., loser fourth

Saturday
Match 13: Match 12 winner vs. Match 11 loser, 11 a.m., loser third
Match 14: Match 11 winner vs. Match 13 winner, 1 p.m., championship
Match 15: Second championship match, if necessary, 3 p.m.

Eastern C in Sidney
Match 1: Ekalaka def. North Country 25-9, 25-11, 25-16, first round

Match 7: North Country wins the 3rd set 25/12 and defeats Circle 3-0. Mavericks will play again today at 2 p.m

Match 9: Wibaux defeats North Country in 3 to end North Country's season.

Monday, October 29th 2018
Letter From Cross Country Coach John Sillitti From Manhattan
Coach Sillitti, who guided the Manhattan boys and girls to the state class B championship in cross country this fall, wanted to share his thoughts after a tremendously close battle with Glasgow on the boys' side.

Here is Coach Sillitti's letter:

Dear friends in Glasgow,

As I headed home from the state cross country meet last weekend, I thought about your kids. This was the most emotional state cross country meet I have ever been a part of. That’s partly because the race was so close, but more than that I think it was because we saw two teams that really cared. They didn’t just care about their individual performances, they cared about their teams. You could see it in our boys’ faces, in their races, and with their teammates after the race. When I say “our boys’” I mean Glasgow’s and Manhattan’s collectively.

I’ve been on the other side of close races before and I know the pit that takes over your stomach after that. In 2010 our boys tied Missoula Loyola and lost the state championship on a tie-breaker. I thought of that bus ride home and each kid blaming himself. The memory made me sick all over again, and it made me sick at the thought of your boys going through that. On days like those it’s hard to get kids to see the million things they did to help the team and how much you appreciate them.

So I need to tell you, it is a shame that someone had to finish second in that race in Missoula on Saturday. I told your boys Friday at the walk-through and again Saturday that if we didn’t win, I hoped it was them. And I absolutely meant it. After our races over the last couple years it wouldn’t have been right for it to not come down to Glasgow and Manhattan. I know Glasgow dealt with some illness this year and we lost three boys from last year, but kids on both teams stepped up to make it the race it was.

As a week has passed and the boys have had a little time to reflect, I hope they can see how much they have earned the respect of people across the state, and I hope they can look back on the journey with fond memories. I also hope the people of your school and community know how well those boys AND girls represented Glasgow. We think the world of your kids. We feel blessed to have gotten to know them. They have made our teams better. Your kids are classy, talented, hard-working kids, and we have nothing but respect for them as competitors and as people. Most importantly, your kids are kind.

Those in attendance at state were treated with the rare gift of witnessing two teams that deserved to be called champions that day.

We look forward to seeing you in track this spring.

Monday, October 29th 2018
Divisional Volleyball Bracket
Glasgow will open vs. Fairfield at 3:15 p.m. on Thursday at the Northern B Divisional Volleyball Tournament in Cut Bank.

Download the bracket here.

Glasgow will open vs. Fairfield at 3:15 p.m. on Thursday at the Northern B Divisional Volleyball Tournament in Cut Bank.

Download the bracket here.

Monday, October 29th 2018
Sports Broadcasts This Week
Wed, Oct. 31
6:30 p.m. Griz Coach’s Show, KLTZ
7:30 p.m. Bobcat Coach’s Show, KLTZ

Thursday, November 1
Divisional volleyball updates, starting @ 3:15 p.m.

Friday, November 2
Divisional volleyball updates

Saturday, November 3
District volleyball updates

College Football – Cal Poly @ Montana State, KLTZ
1:00 p.m. Pre-game
2:00 p.m. Kick-off

Monday, October 29th 2018
2018 Monster Dash
Place Name Age M/F Time
1 Phillips, Tim Adult M 8:39.04
2 Overby, Craig Adult M 9:36.96
3 Fahlgren, Andy Adult M 10:14.89
4 Kulczyk, Abigail 9-14 F 10:30.95
5 Hartwell, Tyrus 8 & under M 10:45.92
6 Flaten, Hadley 8 & under F 10:49.15
7 Flaten, Shielda Adult F 10:49.44
8 Runner, Noah 9-14 M 10:50.65
9 McAllister, Avleen 8 & under F 10:51.08
10 McAllister, Chelsie Adult F 10:51.54
11 Brandt, Harlyn 9-14 F 10:58.21
12 Hudyma, Connor 9-14 M 11:47.93
13 Bilger, Kyle Adult M 12:01.26
14 Huntsman, Holt 8 & under M 12:05.92
15 Hartwell, Ryan Adult M 12:11.52
16 Flaten, Cade Adult M 12:16.71
17 Hudyma, Colt 8 & under M 12:25.57
18 Huntsman, Haleigh 9-14 F 12:33.04
19 Huntsman, Michelle Adult F 12:33.60
20 Kloker, Rowen 9-14 M 12:46.00
21 Aune, Aiden 8 & under M 13:04.64
22 Kemp, Josie 9-14 F 13:04.98
23 Bilger, Paxton 8 & under M 13:06.96
24 Sanders, Shelly Adult F 13:11.29
25 Elletson, Audrey 8 & under F 13:19.27
26 Chappell, Joely 9-14 F 13:19.72
27 Larson, Kayla Adult F 13:21.87
28 Bilger, Ryder 8 & under F 14:09.10
29 Aune, Anders 8 & under M 14:10.39
30 Marsh, Shannon Adult F 14:10.76
31 Wesen, Harper 8 & under F 14:11.77
32 Burke, Alex Adult F 14:12.20
33 Avila, Cesar Adult M 14:12.57
34 Hunter, Halle 9-14 F 14:43.02
35 Brandt, Pyper 9-14 F 14:46.79
36 Miller, Jack 8 & under M 15:36.84
37 Vigil, Hailey 8 & under F 15:57.75
38 Vigil, Laura Adult F 15:58.27
39 Hendry, Michael 8 & under M 16:06.68
40 Waarvik, Gage 9-14 M 16:29.15
41 Knierim, Mary 8 & under F 16:39.83
42 Sugg, Rivers 8 & under M 18:49.68
43 McIntyre, Cathryn Adult F 18:52.12
44 Runner, Sarah 8 & under F 19:02.95
45 Runner, Seth Adult M 19:03.26
46 Osborn, Gemma 8 & under F 19:19.63
47 Kloker, Holden 8 & under M 19:23.16
48 Kloker, Donna Master F 19:23.41
49 Osborn, Toby Adult F 19:23.71
50 Erickson, Leo 8 & under M 20:32.68
51 Beil, Alexie Adult F 21:26.37
52 Waarvik, Mason 8 & under M 21;35.66
53 Powell, Tristan 9-14 M 21:36.33
54 House, Madelyn Adult F 21:39.82
55 Fahlgren, Mary Master F 21:41.93
56 Fahlgren, John Master M 21:42.87
57 Hartwell, Josie 8 & under F 21:59.66
58 Miller, Molly 8 & under F 22:13.19
59 Hartwell, Cammie Adult F 22:13.58
60 Proctor, Gabriel 9-14 M 22:27.72
61 Smith, Bob Master M 22:30.86
62 Hoerster, Michelle Adult F 23:12.86
63 Hintt, Alisha Adult F 23:13.30
64 Proctor, Lucinda 8 & under F 23:39.09
65 Casterline, Viona 8 & under F 24:17.97
66 Wersal, Kelbi 9-14 F 24:18.64
67 Griebel, Cecil 8 & under M 24:20.40
68 Griebel, Debra Adult F 24:21.33
69 Wersal, Shawn Adult M 24:31.73
70 Wersal, Asher 8 & under M 24:32.13
71 Henry, Mary Adult F 24:35.35
72 Driscoll, William Adult M 24:35.92
73 Stormer, Lori Adult F 24:41.58
74 Stormer, Shelby Adult F 24:42.01
75 Lipscomb, Mirax 9-14 F 24:43.60
76 Weinmeister, Pam Adult F 24:44.09
77 Brandt, Chloe 8 & under F 24:44.89
78 Knierim, David Adult M 24:57.81
79 Knierim, Katie Adult F 24:58.20
80 Taylor, Cindy Master F 25:16.02
81 Morehouse, Mary Adult F 25:16.57
82 Griebel, Rhonda Adult F 25:38.87
83 Hystad, Corban 8 & under M 26:52.01
84 Hystad, Laramie 8 & under F 26:52.68
85 Hystad, Farah Adult F 26:57.99
86 Barstad, Valerie Adult F 27:28.04
87 Barstad, Chuck Adult M 27:29.03
88 Proctor, Vladamir 9-14 M 29:16.83
89 Hendry, Taylon 8 & under M 29:19.23
90 Merideth, Sharon Adult F 29:20.24
Monday, October 29th 2018
Pucks & Pancakes~Try Hockey For Free Day Coming to the Valley Event Center Nov. 10th
Glasgow, Montana – Hi-Line Youth Hockey Association invites boys and girls to the Valley Event Center on Saturday, Nov. 10th for PUCKS & PANCAKES, a Try Hockey For Free clinic as part of Come Play Hockey Month. Pancakes will be starting at 10:00a.m. and at 11:00a.m. local youth, ages 4 to 9, are encouraged to experience ice hockey for the first time and learn the basic skills in a fun, safe environment.

“We look forward to welcoming families to the Valley Event Center to try our great sport of ice hockey” said Del Hansen, HLYHA President. “Our goal is for these families to enjoy watching their kids learn new skills with big smiles on their faces.”

USA Hockey's Try Hockey program, with the support of the National Hockey League and NHL member clubs, among others, is designed to provide youth hockey associations with a national platform to introduce new kids to the sport. Total Hockey and Liberty Mutual Insurance are official sponsors of Try Hockey For Free Days. USA Hockey has close to 500 locations offering this unique opportunity to kids nationwide.

To register for this Try Hockey For Free event, please visit www.TryHockeyForFree.com .

For more information, please contact: Tami Burke, tburke604@gmail.com or 480.2819

Sunday, October 28th 2018
PREP FOOTBALL=

State Playoffs=

First Round=

Class A=

Lewistown (Fergus) 21, Sidney 0

Miles City 46, Belgrade 7

Class B=

Big Timber 30, Florence 0

Bigfork 47, Townsend 13

Colstrip 27, Glasgow 16

Fairfield 40, Red Lodge 0

Huntley Project 30, Malta 6

Manhattan 33, Eureka 6

Missoula Loyola 54, Three Forks 14

Roundup 60, Cut Bank 14

Class C 8-Man=

Arlee 36, Centerville 32

Circle 52, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 12

Culbertson 34, Ennis 14

Fairview 70, Chinook 6

Flint Creek 50, Choteau 14

Great Falls Central 57, Clark Fork 14

Scobey 74, Joliet 50

Shelby 56, Darby 14

Class C 6-Man=

Big Sandy 56, White Sulphur Springs 22

Geraldine/Highwood 51, Noxon 14

Grass Range-Winnett 27, Mon-Dak 24

Hot Springs 49, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 24

Jordan 88, Roy-Winifred 40

West Yellowstone 86, Sunburst 60

Wibaux 59, Shields Valley 6

Saturday, October 27th 2018
Wolf Point Claims 2-B Volleyball Championship
Top 4 teams advance to divisional tournament in Cut Bank next weekend

Friday:
Harlem def. Poplar 25-20, 25-16, 25-18
Glasgow def. Malta 25-22, 25-11, 22-25, 25-18
Wolf Point def. Harlem 25-15, 25-7, 25-18
Malta def. Poplar 25-6, 25-22, 25-17 (Poplar 5th)
Wolf Point def. Glasgow 25-24, 25-11, 22-25, 25-18
Malta def. Harlem 25-23, 25-14, 20-25, 25-9 (Harlem 4th)

Saturday

Malta def. Glasgow 16-25, 25-15, 25-23, 25-18, loser-out

Wolf Point def. Malta 25-16, 25-18, 25-21 championship

Saturday, October 27th 2018
District 3C Volleyball Tournament
Lustre Christian def. Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 25-19, 25-13, 18-25, 25-18
Scobey def. Lustre Christian 25-15, 25-18, 25-15
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale def. Lustre Christian 23-25, 15-25, 25-18, 30-28, 15-11

Scobey def. Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 25-11, 25-8, 25-15 (Championship) Both teams advance to divisonal

Saturday, October 27th 2018
Saturday Scottie Sports Update
Scottie Football: Colstrip defeated Glasgow 27-16 in the first round of the Class B playoffs. Scotties finish the season at 5-4 overall.

Scottie Volleyball:
Malta def. Glasgow 16-25, 25-15, 25-23, 25-18. Scotties finish 3rd in District 2B Tourney. Record drops to 9-6 overall. Will play the number 2 seed from District 1B in Cut Bank at the Northern B Divisional next Thursday.

Saturday, October 27th 2018
Friday Football Scores

AP-MT-FBH--Prep Scores
Oct 26, 2018 9:50PM (GMT 03:50) - 68 words
By The Associated Press
PREP FOOTBALL=

Billings West 42, Billings Senior 0

Butte 37, Missoula Big Sky 14

Great Falls 19, Great Falls Russell 0

Helena 22, Kalispell Flathead 7

Missoula Sentinel 39, Helena Capital 27

State Playoffs=

First Round=

Class A=

Corvallis 28, Frenchtown 23

Dillon 27, Whitefish 7

Class C 6-Man=

Richey-Lambert 80, Bridger 30

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Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

Saturday, October 27th 2018
Colstrip beats Glasgow in High School Football 27-16
1Q Half 3Q Final
Colstrip 14 15 21 27
Glasgow 8 16 16 16
Friday, October 26th 2018
Sports Broadcasts This Weekend
Friday, Oct. 26
District volleyball updates (11:30 am)

Saturday, Oct. 27
District volleyball updates
1 p.m. Football playoffs: Glasgow @ Colstrip, Mix-93

College Football – UC Davis @ Montana, KLTZ
10 a.m. Pre-game
Noon Kick-off

Monday, October 22nd 2018
Saturday Morning Sports Show now online
Sunday, October 21st 2018
Glendive defeats Scottie Volleyball team
Glendive dropped a loss on the Scottie Volleyball team on Saturday at Scottie Gymnasium.

25-14, 25-20, 25-16.

The Scotties fall to 8-4 overall and 6-2 in conference play.

Sunday, October 21st 2018
Scottie Boys finish 2nd and Scottie Girls 4th at State Cross Country Meet
The Scottie Boys finished with 86 points finished as the State B Boys Cross Country runner-up for the 2nd straight year. Manhattan won the state title with 80 points while the Scotties finished with 86.

3 Scottie boys made All-State by finishing in the top 15. Congratulations to Wilson Overby, Ike Braaten and Ellis McKean.

Final Results for the Scotties:

Wilson Overby 4th place
Ike Braaten 6th place
Ellis McKean 13th place
Merlin McKean 21st place
Colton Pewitt 42nd place
Carl Zabrocki 56th place
Colin Jamba 70th place

The Scottie Girls finished in 4th place at State B Cross Country. Scotties finished behind Manhattan, Colstrip and Townsend.

Final Results for the Scotties:

Iris McKean 18th place
Emily Kolstad 27th place
Lauren Padden 30th place
Brooke Westby 39th place
Ali Cunningham 43rd place
Alaina Sallee 55th place
Kaite Kaiser 65th place

Full results:

State Cross Country results

Boys: Manhattan 80, Glasgow 86, Lincoln County (Eureka) 101, Broadwater (Townsend) 118, St. Labre 136, Huntley Project 142, Red Lodge 260, Powell County (Deer Lodge) 296, Anaconda 309, Wolf Point 352, Shepherd 367, Poplar 435, Three Forks 455, Bigfork 472, Joliet 476, Lodge Grass 479, Harlem 483, Thompson Falls 526, Sweet Grass County (Big Timber) 528, Jefferson (Boulder) 532, Missoula Loyola-Sacred Heart 542, Cut Bank 549, Colstrip 555, Whitehall 618, Columbus 633, Lame Deer 748, Shelby 781, No Score: Rocky Boy, Roundup, St. Ignatius and Fairfield

Wilson Overby 4th 16:53.19
Ike Braaten 6th 17:39.80
Ellis McKean 13th 17:46.96
Merlin McKean 21st 18:08.49
Colton Pewitt 42nd 18:47.78
Carl Zabrocki 56th 19:09.98
Colin Jamba 70th 19:28.85

(180 boys in the race)


Girls: Manhattan 74, Colstrip 98, Broadwater (Townsend) 130, Glasgow 157, Red Lodge 169, Bigfork 207, Lincoln County (Eureka) 229, Three Forks 250, Huntley Project 288, St. Labre 290, Lodge Grass 333, Shepherd 382, Anaconda 423, Thompson Falls 425, Cut Bank 442, Poplar 450, Malta 486, Joliet 547, No Score: Columbus, Harlem, Jefferson (Boulder), Missoula Loyola-Sacred Heart, Powell County (Deer Lodge), Rocky Boy, Roundup, Shelby, Whitehall, Wolf Point, Fairfield

Iris McKean 18th 21:21.22
Emily Kolstad 27th 21:50.97
Lauren Padden 30th 22:12.08
Brooke Westby 39th 22:35.70
Ali Cunningham 43rd 22:42.63
Alaina Sallee 55th 23:17.15
Katie Kaiser 65th 23:46.76

(145 girls in the race)

Sunday, October 21st 2018
Saturday Prep Football Scores
SATURDAY

Chinook 12, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 8

Wibaux 41, Westby-Grenora (MonDak) 24

Grass Range-Winnett 47, Roy-Winifred 30

Sunburst 45, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 14

Gardiner 2, Lincoln 0, forfeit

Flint Creek 62, Victor 0

Sunday, October 21st 2018
Class B Football Playoff Pairings
2018 Class B state football playoffs

Oct. 26-Nov. 17 at home sites

Pairings are unofficial until announced by the Montana High School Association.

Oct. 26-27, first round

Florence at Big Timber
Glasgow at Colstrip
Three Forks at Missoula Loyola
Huntley Project at Malta
Cut Bank at Roundup
Townsend at Bigfork
Red Lodge at Fairfield
Eureka at Manhattan

Nov. 2-3, quarterfinals

Florence/Big Timber winner vs. Glasgow/Colstrip winner
Three Forks/Missoula Loyola winner vs. Huntley Project/Malta winner
Cut Bank/Roundup winner vs. Townsend/Bigfork winner
Red Lodge/Fairfield winner vs. Eureka/Manhattan winner

Nov. 9-10, semifinals

TBD

Nov. 17, championship

TBD

Saturday, October 20th 2018
Friday's Prep Football Scores
PREP FOOTBALL=

Anaconda 46, Thompson Falls 13

Arlee 56, Clark Fork 52

Belgrade 44, Hardin 6

Bigfork 41, Deer Lodge 14

Bridger 74, Shields Valley 27

Browning 58, Ronan 26

Butte 56, Billings Skyview 13

Colstrip 41, Baker 8

Columbia Falls 62, Polson 8

Corvallis 52, Butte Central 32

Darby 56, St. Ignatius 28

Fairview 50, Lodge Grass 20

Hamilton 40, Dillon 0

Helena 34, Missoula Sentinel 28, OT

Helena Capital 42, Billings Senior 21

Hot Springs 69, Lima 0

Kalispell Flathead 62, Missoula Hellgate 23

Lewistown (Fergus) 55, Glendive 27

Libby 28, Whitefish 24

Malta 33, Glasgow 24

Manhattan 48, Whitehall 0

Miles City 40, Havre 14

Missoula Loyola 43, Florence 27

Noxon 56, Valley Christian 14

Red Lodge 33, Shepherd 18

Richey-Lambert 52, Savage 6

Roundup 38, Huntley Project 28

Seeley-Swan def. Charlo, forfeit

Sidney 22, Livingston 7

Townsend 42, Jefferson (Boulder) 20

Friday, October 19th 2018
Thursday Night Football Scores
BC-MT-FBH--Prep Scores
Oct 18, 2018 9:41PM (GMT 03:41) - 61 words
The Associated Press
^PREP FOOTBALL=

Billings Central 35, Laurel 6

Billings West 34, Great Falls Russell 21

Bozeman 52, Great Falls 19

Culbertson 46, Forsyth 0

Fairfield 47, Wolf Point 0

Frenchtown 49, Stevensville 10

Kalispell Glacier 34, Missoula Big Sky 14

Plains 70, Troy 30

Plentywood 84, St. Labre 6

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Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

Friday, October 19th 2018
Scottie Volleyball team drops match to Sidney
The Sidney Eagles defeated the Scotties on Thursday night.

24-26, 17-25, 25-21, 25-21, 15-8

The Scotties were led by Keely Fossum with 9 kills, 6 blocks, and 4 aces. Rochelle Glaser had 15 digs and 20 assists.

Friday, October 19th 2018
Malta Beats Glasgow In High School 33-24
1Q Half 3Q Final
Malta 6 14 21 33
Glasgow 0 0 16 24
Thursday, October 18th 2018
Scottie Football team ranked #10 in 406mtsports.com football poll
406mtsports.com high school football rankings

Through Oct. 13

Class AA

1. Bozeman (8-0)

2. Billings West (7-1)

3. Billings Senior (6-2)

4. Kalispell Flathead (6-2)

5. Helena (6-2)

Class A

1. Hamilton (8-0)

2. Billings Central (8-0)

3. Columbia Falls (6-1)

4. Laurel (7-1)

5. Dillon (6-1)

Class B

1. Fairfield (7-0)

2. Roundup (7-0)

3. Missoula Loyola (7-1)

4. Bigfork (6-1)

5. Colstrip (7-1)

6. Big Timber (6-1)

7. Eureka (6-2)

8. Florence (6-2)

9. Huntley Project (5-2)

10. Glasgow (5-2)

Class C 8-Man

1. Drummond-Philipsburg (8-0)

2. Shelby (7-0)

3. Fairview (8-0)

4. Joliet (8-0)

5. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap (7-1)

6. Great Falls Central (7-1)

7. Charlo (6-2)

8. Culbertson (7-1)

9. Alberton-Superior (6-2)

10. Circle (6-2)

Class C 6-Man

1. Wibaux (7-0)

2. Geraldine-Highwood (7-1)

3. Grass Range-Winnett (9-0)

4. Hot Springs (8-1)

5. West Yellowstone (7-1)

6. Richey-Lambert (6-2)

7. Jordan (6-2)

8. Roy-Winifred (8-0)

9. Big Sandy (5-2)

10. Westby-Grenora (6-2)

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