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Monday, June 27th 2016
Hinsdale Fun Run Set For July 3
A fun run/walk will be held in Hinsdale Sunday morning, July 3rd at 8:00 a.m.

Events include a 5K and 1 mile: both will be run/walk events.

This event is just for fun and will not be officially timed, but a timer will read times out loud as runners cross the finish line.

There is no registration fee but any donations will go towards the kids ping pong ball drop fund for prizes.

The starting line will be in the Milk River Park behind the school near the boat ramp. Please plan to arrive by 7:30 a.m.

Monday, June 27th 2016
Weekend Reds Scores
Manitoba 4, Glasgow 2
Miles City Outlaws 13, Glasgow 4
Billings Blue Jays 10, Glasgow 2
Monday, June 27th 2016
GHS Football Camps Start July 26
The 2016 Glasgow High school football camp will occur on Tuesday, July 26th – through Thursday, July 28th at Scottie Field. Camp will occur in the evenings from 6:30pm-9:00pm.

The Glasgow Middle School (7-8th) and Youth Camp (grades 3-6) will occur on Sunday, July 31st & Monday, August 1st at Scottie Field. Camp will occur in the evenings from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.

No equipment is necessary for either of the camps. Bring workout clothing, tennis shoes or cleats and your own water bottle.

The staff of coaches assisting in the High School camp include the current and recent High School Staff, former Scotties currently/recently playing collegiate football, including (Chase Fossum, Tanner Roness, Jason Thibault, Johnny Koessl & Luke Gunderson). The Youth and Middle School Camp will also include members of the High School & Middle School Staffs, current high school players and in-addition to a tremendous group of local volunteers with college football experience.

The cost of the football camps are as follows:
High School (3-days) – $60
Middle School (2-days) - $40
Youth Football (2-days) - $40

*T-shirts will be provided for all camp attendees, following camp.

Registration forms for all camps (high school-middle school – youth) can be picked-up and dropped off at the Glasgow Civic Center.

If you have any questions, contact Coach Liebelt at 230-1077.

Monday, June 27th 2016
Glasgow Finishes Fourth At Plentywood Swim Meet
The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team finished fourth at the Plentywood Invitational last weekend. Sidney won the meet, followed by Plentywood, Scobey, Glasgow and Glendive in the top 5.

Individual Results

Team Results

Relay Results

Relay Members-

Bantam Girls (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Myli Swindler, Grace Reyes, Kaitlyn Hiltunen, Denver Tusk.

Midget Girls (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Abigail Kulczyk, Emma Mix, Torrance Braaten, Ali Kuka.

Junior Girls A (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Klaire Krumwiede, Tori Pelke, Ava Reyes, Iris Mckean.

Junior Girls B (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Tommie Prewett, Haylly Turner, Madde Swindler, Rylee Mix.

Junior Boys (MEDLEY)
Dalton Sand, Zavier Urbin, Bergen Miller, Noah Lippert.

Senior Girls (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Katie Kaiser, Natosha Sand, Jordan Kulczyk, Jasmin Foster-Shaw

Senior Boys (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Tony Kaiser, Ben Miller, Jordan Billingsly, Trevor Johnson

Friday, June 24th 2016
Reds Lose A Pair
The Glasgow Reds American Legion baseball team was shut out by Bismarck SBR 8-0 on Thursday.

They lost to Wahoo, Nebraska 6-0 on Friday.

The Reds will continue tournament play this weekend in Dickinson, North Dakota.

Thursday, June 23rd 2016
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to Nate Doornek & Shelby Fossum, the Hi-Line Ford Athletes of the Week.

They were each named MVP's in the Aaron Chatten Memorial Softball Tournament in Fort Peck last weekend. Both played for Newton Motors, the champion team in the tournament.

Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Albertsons/Courier Wins Cal Ripken Tournament Championship
Albertsons/Courier won the Cal Ripken Tournament Championship on Monday night defeating Glasgow Distributors 4-1
Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Glasgow Distributors Finishes In 2nd Place At Cal Ripken City Tournament
Glasgow Distributors lost a hard fought 4-1 game to Albertsons/Courier in the Cal Ripken City Baseball Tournament. Glasgow Distributors finishes in 2nd place
Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Chms/Pepsi Wins Sportsmanship Trophy For Glasgow Cal Ripken League
The CHMS/Pepsi team was awarded the Sportsmanship Trophy for the 2016 season for the Glasgow Cal Ripken League.
Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Reds Weekend Scores
Tri County Cardinals 1, Glasgow 0
Gillette Rustlers 12, Glasgow 2
Lewistown Redbirds 16, Glasgow 6
Lethbridge Giants 10, Glasgow 1
Glasgow 20, Dickinson Volunteers 8

The Reds are next in action on Thursday, June 23-26 at a tournament in Dickinson. Their next home game is scheduled for Wednesday, June 29th vs. the Glendive Blue Devils

Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Glasgow Swim Team 7th At Chinook Invite
The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team finished 7th at the Chinook Invitational last weekend. Chinook won the meet, followed by Lewistown and Malta.

Individual Results
Relay Results
Team Results

Relays Members-

Bantam Girls (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Sophia Larson, Kaitlyn Hiltunen, Gracie Reyes, Kimber Dulaney.

Junior Girls A (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Klaire Krumwiede, Tori Pehlke, Raelee Dowden, Ava Reyes.

Junior Girls B (FREE)
Tommi Prewett, Abigail Kulczyk, Haylly Turner, Ali Kuka.

Senior Girls (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Jordan Kulczyk, Katie Kaiser, Natosha Sand, Rachel Billingsly.

Tuesday, June 21st 2016
6th Annual Aaron Chatten Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament Results
Pictured: Back-- Trevor Waarvik, Dylan Hughes, Jeff Irving, Kyle Stein, Tyler Edwards, Sam Tedrow, Jeanelle Dascher, Tracy Gasper, Casey Johnston Front-- Arron Fjeld, Nate Doornek, Rachel McMurry, Shelby Fossum, Kaitlin Hagfeldt, Autumn Gault


Nine teams converged on Fort Peck this weekend and 16 Games were played out on John Hahn Field. Here are the complete final results:
Round 1:
Busted Knuckle 18 Screaming Gophers (Frazer) 11

Round 2:
Rocks Auto Mall 10 Team Classy (Sidney) 9
Shockers (Glendive) 13 ADC 6
Sukut Construction 8 Oakland Improvements (Miles City) 7
Newton Motors 9 Busted Knuckle 3

Quarterfinals:
Shockers 11 Rocks Auto Mall 5
Newton Motors 10 Sukut Construction 7

Consolation Rounds:
ADC 11 Screaming Gophers 5
Busted Knuckle 12 Oakland Improvements 4
ADC 25 Team Classy 6
Busted Knuckle 16 Rocks Auto Mall 6
ADC 15 Sukut Construction 12

Semifinals:
Newton Motors 16 Shockers 10

4th Place Game:
Busted Knuckle 11 ADC 5

3rd Place Game:
Shockers 17 Busted Knuckle 10

Championship:
Newton Motors 16 Shockers 14

1st Place - Newton Motors (Glasgow, MT)
2nd Place - Shockers (Glendive, MT.)
3rd Place - Busted Knuckle (Glasgow, MT.)
4th Place - ADC (Glasgow, MT.)
Male MVP - Nate Doornek (Newton Motors)
Female MVP - Shelby Fossum (Newton Motors)
Male Home Run Derby Champion - Mike Fritz (Williston, ND.)
Female Home Run Derby Champion - Shy Skramstad (Team Classy)
Total Teams - 9


Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Glasgow Cal Ripken 10-U All Star Team Announced
Glasgow 10U All-Star's
Coach; Jon Kolstad (Others announced at later date)
State Tournament; Glasgow July 14-17
Game with Williston July 5 TBA

Tatum Hanson
Eli Feezell
KJ Ingram
Grady Nielsen
Wyatt Babb
Jack Kolstad
Nate Hentges
Vaughen Miller
Connor Hudyma
Aidin Price
Ethan Schindler

Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Glasgow Cal Ripken 12-U All-Star Team Released
Glasgow 12U All-Star's
Coaches: Shane Rhoads, Joel Smith and Wayne Linder
State tournament in Bozeman July 7-10
Games June 25th in Williston 10:00 and 12:00 Mountain Time
This weeks practice will be Thursday and Friday at 4:30 Bundy Park. Thursday will also be parents meeting. ALL MUST ATTEND!!

Rance Rhoads
Mark LaJune Eliason
Dylan Linder
Dawson Boland
Riley Smith
Keigan Ingram
Beau Malnaa
Nik Burke
Jack Sprague
Bergan Miller
Trevor Dulaney

Friday, June 17th 2016
6th Annual Aaron Chatten Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament
Here are the teams we have entered for this weekend's 6th Annual Aaron Chatten Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament:


1. Newton Motors
2. Busted Knuckle
3. Sukut Construction
4. ADC
5. Rock's Auto Mall
6. Screaming Gophers (Frazer)
7. Oakland Improvements (Miles City)
8. Sidney
9. Glendive

There will be 17 games played over 2 days at John Hahn Field in Fort Peck. The First Round Games are as follows:

Game 1- Screaming Gophers vs. Busted Knuckle 9:00 AM Saturday
Game 2- Sidney vs. Rock's Auto Mall 10:15 AM Saturday
Game 3- ADC vs. Glendive 11:30 AM Saturday
Game 4- Oakland Improvements vs. Sukut Construction 12:45 PM Saturday
Game 5- Newton Motors vs. Game 1 Winner 2:00 PM Saturday

**FREE Player Feed donated by The Durum will be 1:00-3:00 PM Saturday**

Thursday, June 16th 2016
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to the Hi-Line Ford Athletes Of The Week: Khloe Krumwiede, Dalton Sand and Katie Kaiser.

Khloe & Katie tied for the high points winner award in the senior girls division at the Scobey Swim Meet last weekend, while Dalton won the junior boys division.

Tuesday, June 14th 2016
Glasgow Reds Scores
Great Falls Outlaws 9, Glasgow 4
Kootenai Valley Rangers 4, Glasgow 2
Glasgow 6, Calgary Redbirds 4
Lethbridge Giants 10, Glasgow 0
Tuesday, June 14th 2016
Glasgow Swim Team Results From Scobey
High-Point winners were:
Khloe Krumwiede/Katie Kaiser (Senior Girls)
Dalton Sand (Junior Boys)

Individual Results
Relay Results

Below are the members on the relays.
Bantam Girls A (FREE)
Sophia Larson, Myli Swindler, Riley Clampitt, Kaitlyn Hiltunen.
Junior Girls A (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Klaire Krumwiede, Tori Pelke, Iris McKean, Raelee Dowden.
Junior Girls B (FREE)
Ava Reye, Tommi Prewett, Madde Swindler, Kate Parks.
Junior Girls B (MEDLEY)
Ava Reye, Tommi Prewett, Madde Swindler, Abigail Kulczyk..
Senior Girls (FREE)(MEDLEY)
Khloe Krumwiede, DJ Rasmusan, Jordan Kulczyk, Katie Kaiser

Friday, June 10th 2016
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to Ethan Etchart, the Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week.

Ethan won the Golden Scottie award at the GHS All-Sports banquet, as he participated in 4 seasons of football, basketball and track & field over his high school year.

Friday, June 10th 2016
Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team Schedule
June 4-5 Harlem
June 11-12 Scobey
June 18-19 Chinook
June 25-26 Plentywood
July 2-3 Glasgow
July 9-10 Glendive
July 16-17 Sidney
July 23-24 Divisional in Malta
July 30-31 State in Hamilton
Thursday, June 9th 2016
Fort Peck Sailing Participates In Global Sailing Event On June 18th 2016
Fort Peck Marina, MT, 6/7/2016 – As part of the 16th annual worldwide Summer Sailstice the Fort Peck Sailing Club will join sailors around the world with a sailing event as part of this global celebration of sailing. For the 2nd year we’ll be joining ‘together’ with sailors everywhere who will be sailing on the weekend of June 18th, the weekend closest to the summer solstice. The Fort Peck Sailors will celebrate by hosting free sailboat rides, inviting current and prospective sailors down to the docks to get on the water under sail. Learn more at http://www.fortpecksailing.org.

The Summer Sailstice sailing holiday invites all sailors to join together by hoisting their sails wherever they are, aboard whatever they sail and showcasing to the world the “who, what, where, why and how” of sailing. While just one weekend in the life of sailing, Summer Sailstice is the only time all sailors and the vast variety of sailing styles can all sail and celebrate ‘together’. 2015 saw the largest Summer Sailstice celebration yet with sailors in all 50 US states and over 40 countries participating.

By signing up for free at http://www.summersailstice.com everyone participating in Summer Sailstice 2016 helps support sailing locally, while connecting with the largest ‘global’ sailing celebration. When signing up participants connect with all sailors everywhere and get a chance to win free prizes from sailing businesses, create Sailstice events, recruit crew, invite others, post stories and learn about other Sailstice events being organized in their area. Prizes include the grand prize one-week Sunsail Charter plus more from West Marine, Hobie, Offshore Sailing, North Sails, Jeanneau Team McLube, and many other marine businesses.

SUMMER SAILSTICE EVENT DETAILS

Who: Anybody interested in sailing, all ages welcome
When: June 18, 2016, 10:00 AM- 4:00 PM.
Where: Fort Peck Marina
How: Free sailboat rides (approximately 1 hour-long) on a Catalina 30’, a Hobie Cat 14’, a Laser 14’ or an Optimist 8’.

Summer Sailstice is the global sailing holiday celebrated on the weekend closest to the summer solstice. This international event was founded in 2001 to connect the global sailing community in a fun, creative, multifaceted, multi-location sailing celebration. Every year, Summer Sailstice connects more than 19,000 sailors all over the world—cruisers, racers and recreational—to celebrate and showcase life under sail. The event has expanded to include participants from Asia, across the Americas and Europe. Visit http://www.summersailstice.com or contact john@summersailstice.com.

Tuesday, June 7th 2016
Glasgow Swim Team 5th At Harlem
The Glasgow Kiwanis swim team saw early-season action in Harlem last weekend.

Team Results:

1 Chinook
2 Malta Swim Team
3 Big Sandy Swim Team
4 Harlem Swim Team
5 Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team
6 Lewistown Sea Lions
7 Scobey Stingrays
8 Fairfield Sailfish
9 Chester Swim Team
10 Roundup Water Cats 2015
11 Bitteroot Swim Team
12 Sunburst Swim Team
13 Conrad Swim Team
14 Shelby Swim Team
15 Cutbank Swim Team

Individual Results
Relay Results

Monday, June 6th 2016
17th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic – Final Results
A record 74 teams out of the 80 brought in catfish to midnight weigh-ins. Tyler and Ryan George polished off the evening when they were crowned Back to Back champs. This is the 3rd time in Cat Classic history we have seen back to back champs.

Paul Monson was the 6th recipient of the Aaron Chatten Memorial Award.

Photo courtesy Shelly George.

1. Tyler George, Sheridan, WY. - Ryan George, Joliet, MT. 35.20
2. Nate Molstad, Havre, MT., Jerry Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 34.34
3. Chad Dawson, Dickinson, ND., Brady Burgess, Glasgow, MT. 33.41
4. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 29.88
5. Mitch McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. - Jim McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. 28.76
6. Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., James Decker, Sidney, MT. 28.25
7. Luke Morehouse, Glasgow, MT., Nathan Hopstad, Glasgow, MT. 28.23
8. Bobby Wise, Billings, MT., Robert Wise, Billings, MT. 27.87
9. Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT. - Ed Sugg, Glasgow, MT. 24.82
10. Chad Mueller, Sidney, MT., Kyle Mueller, Sidney, MT. 24.13
11. Brendan Waarvik, Williston,ND., DJ Elletson, Glasgow, MT. 22.92
12. Seth Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. - Levi Sugg, Glasgow, MT. 22.81
13. Timm Canen,Glasgow, MT., Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT. 22.80
14. Casey Riggin, Glasgow, MT., Zach Lipszyc, Glasgow, MT. 22.68
15. John Grimes, Nashua, MT., Coel Stutheit, Glasgow, MT. 21.31
16: Jason Maynard, Richey, MT. - Scott Swanson, Glasgow, MT. 20.72
17. Brodie Boreson, Hinsdale, MT., Lindsey Boreson, Hinsdale, MT. 20.43
18. Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT., Chris Kolstad, Glasgow, MT. 20.31
19. Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT., Autumn Gault, Glasgow, MT. 20.25
20. Casey King, Glasgow, MT., Cody King, Glasgow, MT. 19.41
21. Seth Combs, Beulah ND., Mark Combs, Glasgow, MT. 19.02
22. Blaine White, Glasgow, MT., Kyle Gibson, Glasgow, MT. 18.75
23. Seth Ingram, Glasgow, MT., Keigan Ingram, Glasgow, MT. 17.18
24. Garrett Morken, Glasgow, MT., Jerrett Braaten, Glasgow, MT. 17.15
25. Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT., Hooper Armour, Lewistown, MT. 16.31
26. Tara Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT. 16.28
27. Paul Provencher, Glasgow, MT., Wayne Linder, Glasgow, MT. 15.87
28. Blake Gauer, Park City, MT. - Matt McCabe, Ekalaka, MT. 15.78
29. Spencer Marsh, Glasgow, MT., Caleb LaGree, Glasgow, MT. 15.74
30. Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT., Marc Kloker, Glasgow, MT. 15.67
31. Jeremiah Hopstad, Billings, MT. - Justin King, Sidney, MT. 15.63
32. Derek Carda, Sidney, MT., Adam Smith, Sidney, MT. 15.54
33. Cody Stensland, Fairview, MT., George Stuckers, Sidney, MT. 15.53
34. Chris Peterson, Savage, MT., Mark O’Toole, Sidney, MT. 15.32
35. Curt Shipman,Glasgow, MT., Darci Shipman, Glasgow, MT. 14.61
36. Jeff Unterseher, Glendive, MT., Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT. 14.56
37. Mike Merideth, Nashua, MT., Stone Tahista, Nashua, MT. 13.86
38. Tracy Krause, Circle, MT., Katie Anderson, Glasgow, MT. 13.46
39. Brady Mueller, Sidney, MT., Brandon Mueller, Sidney, MT. 13.32
40. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT., Drew Henry, Glasgow, MT. 13.11
41. Mike Zoanni, Glasgow, MT., Aden Zoanni, Glasgow, MT. 13.06
42. Steve Harris Sr., Sidney, MT., Quinten Nelson, Sidney, MT. 12.98
43. Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT.,Keegan Jensen, Glasgow, MT. 12.69
44. Lucas Partridge, Sidney, MT., Chris Partridge, Glasgow, MT. 12.51
45. Rodney Hudyma, Glasgow, MT., Connor Hudyma, Glasgow, MT. 12.07
46. Karl Krause, Glasgow, MT.,Jake Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 11.83
47. Jacob Aune, Glasgow, MT., Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT. 11.59
48. Larry Hockhalter, Glasgow, MT., Dale Borgan, Glasgow, MT. 11.50
49. Bill Jones, Billings, MT., Phil Hageman, Billings, MT. 11.39
50. Ann White, Billings, MT., Ashley Harris, Sidney, MT. 11.20
51. Bo Boreson, Cayusa, IN., Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT. 11.03
52. Crystal Kinderman, Cayusa,IN., Katie Clausen, Lambert, MT. 11.02
53. Nick Pentas, Billings, MT, Shawn Bergstrom, Nashua, MT. 10.67
54. Luke Kloker, Fairview, MT., Lak Kloker, Fairview, MT. 10.18
55. Eddie White, Billings, MT., Spencer White, Billings, MT. 9.95
56. C.J. Kemmis, Glasgow, MT. Jason Tatafu, Glasgow, MT. 9.26
57. Jeff Irving, Glasgow, MT., Kirk Capdeville, Glasgow, MT. 9.01
58. Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT., Dustin Braaten, Fort Peck, MT. 8.72
59. Fred Potter, Glasgow, MT., CJ Miller, Glasgow, MT. 8.37
60. Erin George, Joliet, MT., Dave George, Glasgow, MT. 7.36
61. Doug Marottek, Poplar, MT., Derek Werner, Poplar, MT. 6.92
62. Ryan Feezell, Glasgow, MT., Tyler Partridge, Glasgow, MT. 6.66
63. Don Resseguie, Great Falls, MT. - Kevin Durell, Glasgow, MT. 6.61
64. BJ Kemp,Glasgow, MT., John Britzman, Glasgow, MT. 6.45
65. David Irving, Glasgow, MT., Rod Ost, Glasgow, MT. 6.22
66. Doug Mahlum, Great Falls, MT., Kane Mahlum, Great Falls, MT. 5.52
67. Blaine Berg, Glendive, MT, Cole Wesen, Glasgow, MT. 5.29
68. Jim Kelly, Three Forks, MT. – Charles Buxbaum, Sidney, MT. 5.05
69. Jesse Nickels, Nashua, MT., Jessica Nickels, Nashua, MT. 5.00
70. Robert Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Quentin Compton, Glasgow, MT. 4.94
71. Wade Bomar,Billings, MT., Edward Sieders, Billings, MT. 4.55
72. Kevin McElvaney, Dickinson, ND., Ryan Trustem, Dickinson, ND. 4.42
73. Randy Franco, Billings, MT., Nick Fortier, Billings, MT. 3.33
74. Dean Armbrister, Glasgow, MT., Arlie Armbrister, Glasgow, MT. 2.79
75. Tommy Sundeen, Fort Peck, MT., Elliot Essling, Nashua, MT. 0
Spencer Gay, Glendive, MT., Patrick Gay, Glasgow, MT. 0
Kevin Howie, Billings, MT., Travis Kennedy, Billings, MT. 0
Callahan Belling, Richland, MT., Randy Elletson, Glasgow, MT. 0
Levi Kreihmeyer, Gillette, WY., T.J. Larson, Gillette, WY. 0
80. Carmen Corey, Nashua, MT., Tom James, Glasgow, MT.

Monday, June 6th 2016
Reds Lose Two In Miles City
After splitting a double-header with Miles City on Saturday, the Reds dropped two to the Mavericks on Sunday in Miles City.

The Reds lost 18-4 and 17-3 and fell to 1-3 on the year.

They'll next face the Great Falls Outlaws in Havre at noon on Friday, followed by a match-up with the Lethbridge Giants at 6 p.m. On Saturday, they'll face the Calgary Redbirds at 4 p.m. Those games will also be played in Havre.

Sunday, June 5th 2016
Reds Split Season Open Double-Header
The Glasgow Reds kicked off their 2016 season with a double-header at Bill Connor’s Field yesterday against the Miles City Mavericks.

In game one, Kasey Seyfert picked up the win as he went all seven innings striking out 5, walking one and hitting two batters and allowed six hits in a 7 to 5 win.

The Reds trailed early getting down 3 to 1 after three innings, but posted five runs in the fourth to take a 6 to 3 lead. Miles City came back with two runs in the sixth inning to make it 6 – 5, but the Reds added an insurance run in the bottom half of the sixth to make it 7 – 5. Seyfert struck out two in the seventh to preserve the 7 – 5 win.

Seven different Reds picked up hits in the contest. Jacob Swope and Jared Bellows each had two hits for the Mavericks.

In game two it was all Mavericks. They led 3 – 2 after two innings, 4 – 3 after three, and exploded for five runs in the 4th to take a 9 – 3 lead. In the fifth the Reds picked up a couple of runs to make it 9 – 5, only to have the Mav’s answer with two more runs in the sixth to make it 11 – 5.

Noah Christopherson pitched the final two innings in relief of starter Deven Doughty and shut the Reds down for a final score of 11 – 5. Brett Glaser had two of the Red’s five hits in the contest.

The Mav’s pounded out thirteen hits with five different players each collecting two. The Reds used
three different pitchers in the contest with Alex Fransen taking the loss.

The Reds will be in Miles City today for another double header with the Mavericks.

Saturday, June 4th 2016
Reds On The Radio
KLTZ will broadcast both games of a Saturday afternoon double-header between the Glasgow Reds American Legion baseball team, and the visiting Miles City Mavericks.

Start time for game 1 is set for 2 p.m.

After the 2 games on Saturday, both teams will face off in Miles City on Sunday.

Saturday, June 4th 2016
Hoop Camp Is June 8-9
The 19th Annual Hi-Line Hoop Camp, with Rocky Mountain College Head Men’s Basketball Coach Bill Dreikosen, is scheduled for June 8th & 9th at the Glasgow High School. This camp is for boys & girls grades 1-12. Registration is $75, which includes a free ball. For more information or to register, call 860-3133 or email dreikosw@rocky.edu
Saturday, June 4th 2016
Glasgow Reds Defeat Miles City Mavericks
Game one of double-header
Glasgow 7, Miles City 5
Winning Pitcher: Kaysey Seyfert
Losing Pitcher: Jarrett Gunther
Saturday, June 4th 2016
Miles City Mavericks Defeat the Glasgow Reds
Game two of double-header
Miles City 11, Glasgow 5
Winning Pitcher: Noah Christopherson
Losing Pitcher: Chase Guttenberg
Friday, June 3rd 2016
Catfish Classic Is This Weekend
The 17th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic is this weekend in Glasgow.

The event starts Friday night with live music at 6, and the Calcutta Auction at 7 p.m., in front of the Montana Bar.

80 teams will be released Saturday at 4 p.m. with the midnight weigh-ins from 11:30 p.m. - 1 a.m.

$10,000 in cash and prizes will be up for grabs.

Listen for reports thru the weekend, on KLTZ and Mix-93.

Thursday, June 2nd 2016
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to this week's Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week, Benji Phillips. The Glasgow junior threw the javelin 190' 7" to win the Class B Championship at the state meet in Bozeman last weekend.
Thursday, June 2nd 2016
17th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic – Official Team Numbers
1. Casey King, Glasgow, MT., Cody King, Glasgow, MT.
2. Doug Marottek, Poplar, MT., Derek Werner, Poplar, MT.
3. Erin George, Joliet, MT., Dave George, Glasgow, MT. (Thrivent Financial)
4. Blaine Berg, Glendive, MT, Cole Wesen, Glasgow, MT.
5. Chad Mueller, Sidney, MT., Kyle Mueller, Sidney, MT.
6. Tommy Sundeen, Fort Peck, MT., Elliot Essling, Nashua, MT. (Glasgow Distributors)
7. Mike Merideth, Nashua, MT., Stone Tahista, Nashua, MT. (Mike’s Machine & Welding Shop)
8. Seth Combs, Beulah ND., Mark Combs, Glasgow, MT.
9. Garrett Morken, Glasgow, MT., Jerrett Braaten, Glasgow, MT.
10. John Grimes, Nashua, MT., Coel Stutheit, Glasgow, MT. (Farm Equipment Sales)
11. Brendan Waarvik, Williston,ND., DJ Elletson, Glasgow, MT.
12. Karl Krause, Glasgow, MT.,Jake Kuka, Glasgow, MT. (Katie Kuka @ Mirror Image)
13. Eddie White, Billings, MT., Spencer White, Billings, MT. (The Minnow Bucket)
14. Curt Shipman,Glasgow, MT., Darci Shipman, Glasgow, MT. (Paul’s Glass and Works)
15. Chad Dawson, Dickinson, ND., Brady Burgess, Glasgow, MT.
16. Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT., Autumn Gault, Glasgow, MT. (Sauer Farms)
17. Fred Potter, Glasgow, MT., CJ Miller, Glasgow, MT.
18. Larry Hockhalter, Glasgow, MT., Dale Borgan, Glasgow, MT.
19. Casey Riggin, Glasgow, MT., Zach Lipszyc, Glasgow, MT.
20. Rodney Hudyma, Glasgow, MT., Connor Hudyma, Glasgow, MT. (Hudyma Construction)
21. Derek Carda, Sidney, MT., Adam Smith, Sidney, MT.
22. Tracy Krause, Circle, MT., Katie Anderson, Glasgow, MT., (Katie Anderson @ Mirror Image)
23. Randy Franco, Billings, MT., Nick Fortier, Billings, MT.
24. Luke Morehouse, Glasgow, MT., Nathan Hopstad, Glasgow, MT.
25. Luke Kloker, Fairview, MT., Lak Kloker, Fairview, MT.
26. Lucas Partridge, Sidney, MT., Chris Partridge, Glasgow, MT.
27. Chris Peterson, Savage, MT., Mark O’Toole, Sidney, MT.
28. Brady Mueller, Sidney, MT., Brandon Mueller, Sidney, MT.
29. Spencer Gay, Glendive, MT., Patrick Gay, Glasgow, MT.
30. Kevin Howie, Billings, MT., Travis Kennedy, Billings, MT.
31. Blaine White, Glasgow, MT., Kyle Gibson, Glasgow, MT.
32. Jeff Unterseher, Glendive, MT., Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT.
33. Cody Stensland, Fairview, MT., George Stuckers, Sidney, MT.
34. Dean Armbrister, Glasgow, MT., Arlie Armbrister, Glasgow, MT.
35. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT.
36. Seth Ingram, Glasgow, MT., Keigan Ingram, Glasgow, MT.
37. David Irving, Glasgow, MT., Rod Ost, Glasgow, MT. (Irving Law)
38. Wade Bomar,Billings, MT., Edward Sieders, Billings, MT.
39. Paul Provencher, Glasgow, MT., Wayne Linder, Glasgow, MT.
40. Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., James Decker, Sidney, MT.
41. Bobby Wise, Billings, MT., Robert Wise, Billings, MT.
42. Doug Mahlum, Great Falls, MT., Kane Mahlum, Great Falls, MT. (Valley Builders Supply)
43. Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT., Hooper Armour, Lewistown, MT. (Judith River Jets)
44. Ryan Feezell, Glasgow, MT., Tyler Partridge, Glasgow, MT.
45. Steve Harris Sr., Sidney, MT., Quinten Nelson, Sidney, MT.
46. Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT., Dustin Braaten, Fort Peck, MT.
47: Jason Maynard, Richey, MT. - Scott Swanson, Glasgow, MT.
48. Callahan Belling, Richland, MT., Randy Elletson, Glasgow, MT. (Belling Farms, Rodney’s Rip off Service)
49. Bo Boreson, Cayusa, IN., Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT.
50. Jacob Aune, Glasgow, MT., Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT.
51. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT., Drew Henry, Glasgow, MT. (CW Bar Vending / Missouri River Reality)
52. Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT., Marc Kloker, Glasgow, MT. (Simply Thrive Wellness / Glasgow Distributors)
53. Don Resseguie, Great Falls, MT. - Kevin Durell, Glasgow, MT. (D.R. Durell Construction)
54. Ann White, Billings, MT., Ashley Harris, Sidney, MT. (The Minnow Bucket)
55. BJ Kemp,Glasgow, MT., John Britzman, Glasgow, MT.
56. Jesse Nickels, Nashua, MT., Jessica Nickels, Nashua, MT.
57. Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT.,Keegan Jensen, Glasgow, MT.
58. Robert Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Quentin Compton, Glasgow, MT.
59. Jeff Irving, Glasgow, MT., Kirk Capdeville, Glasgow, MT. (Irving Law)
60. Mitch McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. - Jim McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. (Lois McIntyre)
61. Levi Kreihmeyer, Gillette, WY., T.J. Larson, Gillette, WY.
62. Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT. - Ed Sugg, Glasgow, MT.
63. Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT., Chris Kolstad, Glasgow, MT.
64. Mike Zoanni, Glasgow, MT., Aden Zoanni, Glasgow, MT. (Hi-Line Gobblers Banquet Raffle Winner)
65. Bill Jones, Billings, MT., Phil Hageman, Billings, MT.
66. Kevin McElvaney, Dickinson, ND., Ryan Trustem, Dickinson, ND.
67. Nate Molstad, Havre, MT., Jerry Molstad, Glasgow, MT.
68. Tara Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT.
69. Timm Canen,Glasgow, MT., Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT.
70. Blake Gauer, Park City, MT. - Matt McCabe, Ekalaka, MT.
71. Nick Pentas, Billings, MT, Shawn Bergstrom, Nashua, MT.
72. Spencer Marsh, Glasgow, MT., Caleb LaGree, Glasgow, MT. (Hi-Tech Electric)
73. Carmen Corey, Nashua, MT., Tom James, Glasgow, MT.
74. Jeremiah Hopstad, Billings, MT. - Justin King, Sidney, MT.
75. Brodie Boreson, Hinsdale, MT., Lindsey Boreson, Hinsdale, MT.
76. Crystal Kinderman, Cayusa,IN., Katie Clausen, Lambert, MT.
77. Tyler George, Sheridan, WY. - Ryan George, Joliet, MT.
78. Seth Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. - Levi Sugg, Glasgow, MT. (Nemont Photo Contest WINNER)
79. Jim Kelly, Three Forks, MT. – Charles Buxbaum, Sidney, MT.
80. C.J. Kemmis, Glasgow, MT. Jason Tatafu, Glasgow, MT. .
Wednesday, June 1st 2016
Scottie Award Winners
2015-16 Scottie Athletic Award Winners
Fall Cheer --
Most Valuable - Lily Helland
Most Improved - Jaycie Rogenes
Most Outstanding - McKenna Gagne

Winter Cheer --
Most Valuable - Lauren Runningen
Most Improved - Rachel Sigmundstad
Most Outstanding - Alexa Shipp

Football --
MVP - Benji Phillips
Most Valuable Offense - Benji Phillips
Most Valuable Defense - Luke Breigenzer
Eric Wentland Most Outstanding Lineman - Grant Morken
Steven Jimison Most Inspirational - Alex Fransen
Cross Country --

Most Valuable Female - Emily Kolstad
Most Valuable Male - Walker Allen
Scottie Pride - Braden Meland
Scottie Pride - Morgan Guttenberg
Scottie Pride - Logan Gunderson

Volleyball --
MVP -- Rikki Stormy
Most Valuable Offense - Khloe Krumwiede
Most Valuable Defense - Rachel Mickelson
Coaches Award - Teagan Fossum
Scottie Pride - Kiauna Barstad

Boys Basketball --
MVP - Zach Miller
Most Improved - Cade Myrick
Most Valuable Defense - Tyler Hersom
Scottie Hustle Award - Ethan Etchart

Girls Basketball --
MVP -- Abbi Kolstad
Most Rebounds -- Leinie Hughes
Most Steals -- Khloe Krumwiede
Most Improved - Tyra Johnson
Scottie Hustle Award - Jordan Kulczyk

Wrestling --
Most Valuable Wrestler - Matt Reyling
Most Improved - Gabe Hallock
Most Takedowns - Matt Reyling
Most Pins - Cody King
Most Pins - Gabe Hallock

Golf --
Male MVP - Cody Ross
Female MVP - Amy Nelson
Most Improved Boys - Jeremiah Wethern
Most Improved Girls - Lauren Runningen Coaches Award - Heidi Moon

Track and Field -- Male MVP - Benji Phillips
Female MVP - Alex Simensen
Coaches Award – Ethan Etchart
Coaches Award – Kaylee King
Coaches Award – Walker Allen

Softball --
MVP - Khloe Krumwiede
Offensive
MVP - Tiana Johnson
Defensive MVP - Tyra Johnson
Scottie Pride Award - Abbi Kolstad
Most Improved – Kennedy Schmidt

Golden Scottie Award Winner
Ethan Etchart - 4x Football, 4x Basketball, 4x Track Outstanding Senior Athletes Female – Abbi Kolstad Participation: 1 year of Cross Country, 4 years of Basketball, 4 years of Softball Basketball Accomplishments -- 2-time All-State Softball Accomplishments – 3-time All Conference Academics – 3.093 Cumulative GPA Male – Ethan Etchart Participation: 4 years of Football, 4 years of Basketball, 4 years of Track Football -- 2-time All-Conference Track – 2-time All Conference Academics – 3.957 Cumulative GPA

Monday, May 30th 2016
2016 Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet
Glasgow Scottie Great, Mark Sulser, will be the featured speaker at this year’s Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet. Mark was a 3-sport standout and a 1986 Glasgow High School Graduate. During his time at GHS, Mark was selected 1st Team All State in football and was a 2-time state champion in the 300 M Hurdles. After High School, he attended the University of Montana to play football.

After graduating from the U of M, Mr. Sulser entered the field of education. Mark has spent 24 years as a teacher or administrator at Billings Skyview, Ronan, and the last 18 at Billings Senior. Mark stepped down as head football coach at Billings Senior after the 2011 season. He spent 14 years as the head man and led the Broncs to State AA Championship Game appearances in 2003 and 2007.
Mark is married to his wife Jodi and they have three kids; Sons Ben and Gabe and daughter Morgan.
All three have gone on to exceptional athletic careers at Billings Senior High.

We are excited to have Mark Sulser back HOME to speak to this year’s athletes!

This year’s banquet will be held at 6:00 pm on Tuesday May 31st at the St. Raphael’s Parish Center Gymnasium. The banquet will include a FREE meal sponsored by the Scottie Booster Club, the awards presentation, and the featured speaker presentation.

ALL 2015-16 participating High School student athletes are invited to attend. ALL athletes must RSVP and pick up their ticket at the Glasgow High School office by Wednesday May 25th. Each student athlete will receive up to two additional Banquet Tickets free of cost paid for by the Scottie Booster Club. Any additional Tickets must be purchased at the Glasgow High School office. $10 per ticket for adult. $5 per ticket for 12 and under.

Varsity Letter Winner Certificates for each sport, All Conference Selections, All State Selections, Academic All State Selections, Sport Specific Awards, Male and Female Outstanding Senior Athlete Awards, Outstanding Senior Manager Award, and the Annual Golden Scottie Awards are ALL expected to be awarded at this banquet. This will be a semi-formal event for the student athletes and their coaches. Please dress accordingly and make every effort to attend!

Monday, May 30th 2016
Tee-ball Registration Is June 6
Glasgow Rec Department is having T-Ball registration for ages 4-7, kids must be 4 by June 6th. Registration fee is $30. Games will be played Monday evenings at 6p.m. & 7p.m. & the T-Ball season runs from June 6th through June 27th. Contact the Glasgow Rec Department for more information, 228-8341.
Monday, May 30th 2016
Volleyball Camp June 13-15
Dates for the Annual Glasgow Scottie Volleyball Camp, with Head Coach Lori Dailey, are set for June 13th – 15th with an All Skills Camp for those entering grades 4 – 8 from 9a.m. – 12noon, a High School All Skills Camp for grades 9-12 from 5:30-8:30p.m. & June 16th with a Day Camp for those entering grades K – 3, from 9a.m. – 12noon. Cost is $45 for the All Skills Camps & $15 for the Day Camp. For more information or to register your child call 228-2184.
Sunday, May 29th 2016
Final Results From State B/C Softball
Class B/C

At Kalispell

Thursday

Huntley Project 8, Ronan 6 (9 innings), first round

Florence 6, Glasgow 3, first round

Friday

Conrad-Choteau 12, Plains 2 (5 innings), first round

Stillwater 12, Anaconda 10, first round

Florence 8, Huntley Project 4, second round

Conrad-Choteau 4, Stillwater 0, second round

Glasgow 10, Ronan 7, loser out

Plains 14, Anaconda 11, loser out

Glasgow 3, Stillwater 2, loser out

Huntley Project 16, Plains 0 (5 innings), loser out

Conrad-Choteau 10, Florence 0, winner to championship game

Huntley Project 16, Glasgow 6, loser finishes 4th

Saturday

Huntley Project 14, Florence 5, loser finishes 3rd

Conrad-Choteau 10, Huntley Project 0, championship

Sunday, May 29th 2016
Final State B Track And Field Results
State B

at Bozeman

Complete results

BOYS

Team Scores: Manhattan 114, Jefferson 63, Bigfork 47, Joliet 39.50, Fairfield 26, Thompson Falls 25, Deer Lodge 24, Cut Bank 20.50, Glasgow 18, Huntley Project 17, Harlem 17, Red Lodge 16, Townsend 16, Eureka 15, Troy 12, Forsyth 12, Malta 10, Three Forks 10, Conrad 7.50, Florence 6, St. Labre 4, Missoula Loyola 3, Whitehall 3, Columbus 1, Ronan .50.

100 meters: Lane Sumner, Huntley Project, 11.19; Nick Winfield, Jefferson, 11.29; Cade Benjamin, Deer Lodge, 11.36; Jared Schwend, Joliet, 11.36; Cade Johnstone, Forsyth, 11.43; Mitchell Odden, Deer Lodge, 11.44.

200: Jared Schwend, Joliet, 22.53; Nick Winfield, Jefferson, 22.80; Damon Adams, Harlem, 22.80; Troy Opland, Troy, 22.83; McKenzie Holt, Thompson Falls, 22.91; Shane Milton, Joliet, 23.01; Lane Sumner, Huntley Project, 23.01.

400: Caleb Neth, Manhattan, 49.98; Rahkei Eyer, Jefferson, 50.10; Cade Johnstone, Forsyth, 50.12; Troy Opland, Troy, 50.50; Damon Adams, Harlem, 51.09; Matt Farrier, Bigfork, 51.11.

800: Logan Morley, Bigfork, 1:57.14; Moritz Little, Red Lodge, 1:57.75; CJ Williams, Fairfield, 1:59.53; Rahkei Eyer, Jefferson, 2:00.10; Tommy Frost, Townsend, 2:01.12; AJ Eckmann, Jefferson, 2:01.58.

1,600: Logan Morley, Bigfork, 4:18; AJ Eckmann, Jefferson, 4:33; Bryant Edgerton, Broadwater, 4:33; Wally Three Irons, St. Labre, 4:37; Hunter Flynn, Whitehall, 4:38; Leonard McComas, Manhattan, 4:39.

3,200: Logan Morley, Bigfork, 9:40.84; Bryant Edgerton, Townsend, 10:04.77; Leonard McComas, Manhattan, 10:08.00; AJ Eckmann, Jefferson, 10:08.90; Zak Meeker, Manhattan, 10:15.72; Hunter Flynn, Whitehall, 10:26.74.

110 hurdles: Jared Schwend, Joliet, 15.07; Caleb Neth, Manhattan, 15.20; Josh Wulfekuhle, Thompson Falls, 15.38; Luke Breigenzer, Glasgow, 15.47; Dawson Allen, Fairfield, 15.67; Michael Jobman, Huntley Project, 15.72.

300 hurdles: Caleb Neth, Manhattan, 38.32; Jared Schwend, Joliet, 39.32; Matt Farrier, Bigfork, 40.70; Luke Breigenzer, Glasgow, 41.19; Caleb Knoche, Forsyth, 41.82; Michael Jacobson, Columbus, 41.89.

400 relay: Manhattan (Tracer Stone, Caleb Neth, Conner Cross, Turner Stone) 42.99; Jefferson 43.45; Deer Lodge 43.98; Huntley Project 44.25; Fairfield 44.33; Joliet 44.42.

1,600 relay: Manhattan (Conner Cross, Shondel Connerton, Turner Stone, Caleb Neth) 3:22.58; Jefferson 3:25.11; Bigfork 3:28.57; Joliet 3:30.95; Forsyth 3:32.06; Thompson Falls 3:33.03.

Pole vault: Jake Gascon, Thompson Falls, 14-0; John Jacobsen, Red Lodge, 13-0; Tracer Stone, Manhattan, 12-6; Cole McCloud, Manhattan, 12-0; Brett Robinson, Joliet, J12-0; JR Seewald, Cut Bank, 11-6; Nick Froehlich, Ronan, 11-6.

High jump: Payden Lynn, Three Forks, 6-2; Seth Omsberg, Cut Bank, 6-2; Cole McCloud, Manhattan, 6-2; Troy Opland, Troy, 6-2; Brandon Porter, Deer Lodge, 6-2; Strother Cooper, Missoula Loyola, 6-2.

Long jump: Caleb Neth, Manhattan, 23-3.75; Seth Omsberg, Cut Bank, 22-2.25; Daylon Jay, Conrad, 21-4.75; Alec Nehring, Manhattan, 21-2.75; Lucas Blankers, Eureka, 21-0.5.

Triple jump: Cantor Coverdell, Fairfield, 44-1.75; Lucas Blankers, Eureka, 43-7.25; Alec Nehring, Manhattan, 42-5.75; Seth Omsberg, Cut Bank, 42-0.25; Donte Wohlfeil, Huntley Project, 41-11.25; Daylon Jay, Conrad, 41-11.25.

Discus: Alec Nehring, Manhattan, 177-8; Austin Forson, Deer Lodge, 160-8; Cantor Coverdell, Fairfield, 143-7; Ross Coleman, Bigfork, 142-5; McKenzie Holt, Thompson Falls, 138-6; Trase LeTexier, Jefferson, 135-3.

Shot put: Alec Nehring, Manhattan, 60-6; Reece Hutton, Harlem, 52-4.25; Trase LeTexier, Jefferson, 50-5.25; Owen Davis, Eureka, 49-5; Isaac Sturdevant, Eureka, 48-11; Chase Barta, Manhattan, 47-0.

Javelin: Benji Phillips, Glasgow, 190-7; Tyson Carney, Malta, 176-2; Caden Venters, Florence-Carlton, 171-0; Kade VanElswyk, Thompson Falls, 167-11; Jayce Bishop, Malta, 164-6; Troy Opland, Troy, 163-4.

GIRLS

Team Scores: Malta 71, Bigfork 50, Choteau 46, Manhattan 42.50, Shelby 41.50, Colstrip 32, Missoula Loyola 32, Roundup 27, Townsend 25, Glasgow 23, Shepherd 20, Thompson Falls 18, Baker 18, Ronan 16, Forsyth 13, Three Forks 12, Eureka 10, Joliet 8, Huntley Project 6, Florence 6, Libby 4, Big Timber 2, Red Lodge 2, Deer Lodge 1, St. Labre 1.

100: Brook Kolar, Missoula Loyola, 12.82; Maddisen Merema, Shepherd, 12.94; Bailey Chappell, Glasgow, 13.00; Alexa Arthun, Manhattan, 13.03; Haile Norred, Bigfork, 13.09; Alex Simensen, Glasgow, 13.10.

200: Payge Durocher, Choteau, 26.02; Brook Kolar, Missoula Loyola, 26.60; Haile Norred, Bigfork, 26.74; Alex Simsensen, Glasgow, 27.11; Savannah Stern, Choteau, 27.21; Caitlin Hoeffner, Townsend, 27.34.

400: Kim Parsell, Shelby, 58.80; Payton Durocher, Choeau, 59.34; Halie Norred, Bigfork, 59.65; Caitlin Hoeffner, Broadwater, 1:00; Mattison McAnaly, Bigfork, 1:00; Alex Simonsen, Glasgow, 1:01.

800: Kim Parsell, Shelby, 2:14; Baylee Green, Roundup, 2:21; Grace McDonnell, Broadwater, 2:22; Whitney Hanson, Colstrip, 2:26; Mckay Guckenberg, Eureka, 2:26; Mystic Striker, Malta, 2:27.

1,600: Kim Parsell, Shelly, 5:13.82; Baylee Green, Roundup, 5:26.62; Grace Wyse, Townsend, 5:31.82; Ashley McCready, Ronan, 5:32.14; Grace McDonnell, Townsend, 5:33.04; Lauren Thorstenson, Libby, 5:33.17.

3,200: Kim Parsell, Shelby, 11:35; Baylee Green, Roundup, 11:35; Grace Wyse, Broadwater, 12:05; Ashley McCready, Ronan, 12:08; Taylor Factor, Colstrip, 12:21; Hannah Madsen, Manhattan, 12:25.

100 hurdles: Alexa Arthun, Manhattan, 14.81; Sophia Stiles, Malta, 15.19; Tessa Burke, Missoula Loyola, 16.04; Paige Rasmussen, Choteau, 16.48; Carrie Cota, Roundup, 16.48; Julia Kolstad, Glasgow, 16.52.

300 hurdles: Sophia Stiles, Malta, 45.46; Alex Arthun, Manhattan, 45.49; Mattison McAnaly, Bigfork, 45.82; Payton Durocher, Choteau, 47.60; Scotti Robinson, Baker, 47.65; Carrie Cota, Roundup, 47.93.

400 relay: Choteau (Payge Durocher, Payton Durocher, Savannah Stern, Paige Rasmussen) 49.33; Bigfork 50.23; Glasgow 51.03; Eureka 51.63; Missoula Loyola 51.71; Libby 52.33.

1,600 relay: Bigfork (Jordan Nelson, Mattison McAnaly, Alicia Kalenak, Haile Norred) 4:09.28; Choteau 4:14.04; Baker 4:14.65; Eureka 4:14.80; Glasgow 4;14.96; Eureka 4:17.60.

High jump: Morgan Allen, Three Forks, 5-4; Shey Hannum, Thompson Falls, 5-4; Sophia Stiles, Malta, 5-2; Jada Nicholson, Malta, 5-0; Emily Mossburg, Libby, 5-0; MyKaila Jensen, Forsyth, 5-0.

Long Jump: Sophia Stiles, Malta, 17-6; Alexa Arthun, Manhattan, 16-11.5; Brook Kolar, Missoula Loyola, 16-1.5; Shey Hannum, Thompson Falls, 15-11; Marley Manoukian, Malta, 15-7.5; Sinclair Oliver, Three Forks, 15-7.

Triple jump: Sophia Stiles, Malta, 36-2; Lee Camel, Ronan, 34-6; Autumn Round, Florence, 34-5; Shey Hannum, Thompson Falls, 34-4; Stephanie Kreamer, Red Lodge, 34-2.50; Marley Manoukian, Malta, 34-1.25.

Pole vault: Alexa Arthun, Manhattan, 10-6; Kacey Bertolino, Joliet, 10-0; Heidi Cranford, Huntley Project, 10-0; Gabby Eaton, Bigfork, 9-0; Makenna Daniels, Shelby, 9-0; Cassidy McCarthy, Manhattan, 9-0.

Discus: Hailey Poole, Colstrip, 128-4; Kaylee Zard, Forsyth, 118-0; Miranda Campbell, Bigfork, 113-6; Taylor Stringari, Shepherd, 105-4; Carrie Lehman, Big Timber, 104-5; Tiffany Tallwhiteman, St. Labre, 101-4.

Shot put: Kaitlyn Smith, Malta, 37-8.25; Taylor Stringari, Shepherd, 37-7.75; Hailey Poole, Colstrip, 37-7.50; Kaylee Zard, Forsyth, 36-9.50; Leinie Hughes, Glasgow, 34-2.50; Kaybrea Ray, Three Forks, 33-1.50.

Javelin: Hailey Poole, Colstrip, 152-8; Kaitlyn Smith, Malta, 136-10; Madison Reddick, Baker, 117-03; Elisa Hautala, Baker, 113-6; Shey Hannum, Thompson Falls, 110-10; Mary Grace Kalal, Malta, 110-5.

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