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Thursday, June 22nd 2017
GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 21st 2017

6:00PM: Northern Prairie Auto Sales def. Thompson & Sons 18-7
Newton Motors def. Shock Top/BNSF 16-13
Old Mil/Tootsies def. Alley’s Palace 25-2

7:30PM: Thompson & Sons def. Alley’s Palace 37-8
Newton Motors def. Northern Prairie Auto Sales 20-7
Old Mil/Tootsies def. Shock Top/BNSF 18-2

League Standings
Old Mil/Tootsies 8-0
Newton Motors 7-1
Thomson & Sons 4-4
Northern Prairie Auto Sales 3-5
Shock Top/BNSF 2-6
Alley’s Palace 0-8

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, June 28th 2017

6:00PM Field 1: Newton Motors vs. Old Mil/Tootsies
Field 2: Northern Prairie Auto Sales vs. Alley’s Palace
Field 3: Shock Top/BNSF vs. Thompson & Sons

7:30PM Field 1: Newton Motors vs. Thompson & Sons
Field 2: Northern Prairie Auto Sales vs. Old Mil/Tootsies
Field 3: Shock Top/BNSF vs. Alley’s Palace

Tuesday, June 20th 2017
Glasgow Reds Defeat the Sidney Patriots 7-6 in Game 1 of the Double Header
Tuesday, June 20th 2017
Reds Drop Second Game to the Patriots 6-1
Monday, June 19th 2017
7th Annual Aaron Chatten Memorial Softball Tournament Results
Pictured: The Out Crowd, out of Miles City, received $500 cash, individual hooded sweatshirts, and team championship and MVP home plate plaques for their efforts.

Eleven teams converged on Fort Peck this weekend for the 7th Annual "Chappy" Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament and 21 Games were played out on John Hahn Field. Here are the complete final results:

Round 1:
Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 11 Busted Knuckle 8
Rock's Auto Mall 10 Screaming Gophers (Frazer) 8
The Out Crowd (Miles City) 25 Basic Pitches (Sidney) 5
Tilt Wurks 16 Team Classy (Sidney) 6

Round 2:
# Skoden 17 Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 5
Newton Motors 18 Rock's Auto Mall 10
The Out Crowd 18 Shockers (Glendive) 16

Quarterfinals:
Tilt Wurks 28 Newton Motors 14
# Skoden 18 The Out Crowd 15

Consolation Rounds:
Team Classy 20 Screaming Gophers 17
Basic Pitches 21 Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 16
Busted Knuckle 17 Shockers 12
Rock's Auto Mall 21 Team Classy 18
Basic Pitches 33 Busted Knuckle 29
The Out Crowd 13 Rock's Auto Mall 6
Newton Motors 23 Basic Pitches 22

Semifinals:
# Skoden 21 Tilt Wurks 17
4th Place Game:
The Out Crowd 12 Newton Motors 9
3rd Place Game:
The Out Crowd 12 Tilt Wurks 11
1st Championship Game:
The Out Crowd 14 # Skoden 4
2nd Championship Game:
The Out Crowd 9 # Skoden 8
1st Place - The Out Crowd (Miles City, MT)
2nd Place - # Skoden (Billings, MT.)
3rd Place - Tilt Wurks (Miles City, MT.)
4th Place - Newton Motors (Glasgow, MT.)
Male MVP - Conner Brown (The Out Crowd)
Female MVP - Sara Valcleave (The Out Crowd)
Male Home Run Derby Champion - Jeff Irving (Newton Motors)
Female Home Run Derby Champion - Brittney Schlabs (# Skoden)
Total Teams - 11

Pictured: The Out Crowd, out of Miles City, received $500 cash, individual hooded sweatshirts, and team championship and MVP home plate plaques for their efforts.

Eleven teams converged on Fort Peck this weekend for the 7th Annual "Chappy" Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament and 21 Games were played out on John Hahn Field. Here are the complete final results:

Round 1:
Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 11 Busted Knuckle 8
Rock's Auto Mall 10 Screaming Gophers (Frazer) 8
The Out Crowd (Miles City) 25 Basic Pitches (Sidney) 5
Tilt Wurks 16 Team Classy (Sidney) 6

Round 2:
# Skoden 17 Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 5
Newton Motors 18 Rock's Auto Mall 10
The Out Crowd 18 Shockers (Glendive) 16

Quarterfinals:
Tilt Wurks 28 Newton Motors 14
# Skoden 18 The Out Crowd 15

Consolation Rounds:
Team Classy 20 Screaming Gophers 17
Basic Pitches 21 Old Milwaukee/Tootsies 16
Busted Knuckle 17 Shockers 12
Rock's Auto Mall 21 Team Classy 18
Basic Pitches 33 Busted Knuckle 29
The Out Crowd 13 Rock's Auto Mall 6
Newton Motors 23 Basic Pitches 22

Semifinals:
# Skoden 21 Tilt Wurks 17
4th Place Game:
The Out Crowd 12 Newton Motors 9
3rd Place Game:
The Out Crowd 12 Tilt Wurks 11
1st Championship Game:
The Out Crowd 14 # Skoden 4
2nd Championship Game:
The Out Crowd 9 # Skoden 8
1st Place - The Out Crowd (Miles City, MT)
2nd Place - # Skoden (Billings, MT.)
3rd Place - Tilt Wurks (Miles City, MT.)
4th Place - Newton Motors (Glasgow, MT.)
Male MVP - Conner Brown (The Out Crowd)
Female MVP - Sara Valcleave (The Out Crowd)
Male Home Run Derby Champion - Jeff Irving (Newton Motors)
Female Home Run Derby Champion - Brittney Schlabs (# Skoden)
Total Teams - 11

Monday, June 19th 2017
The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team competed this past weekend at their second meet of the season in Chinook. The team was very small with only 10 swimmers competing.

Leading the team with 1st place finishes was Katie Kaiser in the 100 back and the 50 free.

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Meet goes to Haylly Turner (12), a 2nd year swimmer for the GKST.

She was awarded the honor due to her milestone achievement of placing in all three of her individual events for the first time.

Team Results

Individual Results

Relay Results


Saturday, June 17th 2017
Montana comes out on top against North Dakota in the 2017 Badlands Bowl
1Q Half 3Q Final
Montana 14 28 65 65
North Dakota 0 0 0 0
Friday, June 16th 2017
GRD Co-ed Softball
GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 14th 2017

6:00PM: Old Mil/Tootsies def. Northern Prairie Auto Sales 17-8
Newton Motors def. Thompson & Sons 20-10
Shock Top/BNSF def. Alley’s Palace 23-1

7:30PM: Old Mil/Tootsies def. Thompson & Sons 15-11
Newton Motors def. Alley’s Palace 30-2
Shock Top/BNSF def. Northern Prairie Auto Sales 14-4

League Standings
Old Mil/Tootsies 6-0
Newton Motors 5-1
Thomson & Sons 3-3
Northern Prairie Auto Sales 2-4
Shock Top/BNSF 2-4
Alley’s Palace 0-6

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, June 21st 2017

6:00PM Field 1: Northern Prairie Auto Sales vs. Thompson & Sons
Field 2: Shock Top/BNSF vs. Newton Motors
Field 3: Alley’s Palace vs. Old Mil/Tootsies

7:30PM Field 1: Alley’s Palace vs. Thompson & Sons
Field 2: Northern Prairie Auto Sales vs. Newton Motors
Field 3: Shock Top/BNSF vs. Old Mil/Tootsies

Thursday, June 15th 2017
Longest Dam Race Is June 17
The 23rd Annual Longest Dam Race will be held June 17, 2017 at Fort Peck Dam, Fort Peck MT.

The races begin with the 10k run that will cross 1.8 miles of the Fort Peck Dam.

The 5k run/walk begins at the top of Fort Peck Dam, which participants are bused to the start, and will go down a gravel road for approximately 1K and finish at Kiwanis Park.

The ever so popular one mile walk/run will be will be on the Nature Trail at Kiwanis Park, which is a flat course that is paved. This Course is perfect for all ages and is very fun for the whole family. New this year we have added a non-competitive 1 mile walk/run. This race will be on the nature trail in Kiwanis Park, while the competitive 1 mile walk/run will be out on the HWY in front of Kiwanis Park. The bike route begins will also begin at the east end of the Fort Peck Dam.

The novice bike route is an out and back course over flat terrain for approximately 10 miles, and finishes at Kiwanis Park. The bike course has flaggers in the front and rear to ensure safety on the road.

This year we have once again hired Competitive Timing out of Whitefish, MT to time each event, with the exception of the non-competitive 1 mile walk/run. Each race participant will have a timing tag to ensure more timely and accurate results. All races are assisted by FMDH EMT’s, local law enforcement, the Montana Army National Guard and dozens of volunteers.

Registration is $25.00 for each participant and $5.00 for each additional event. Participants 10 years old and younger the fee is $10.00. Runners can sign up online at runsignup.com. The first 75 entries will receive a free ticket for the Saturday June 17th performance of Arsenic and Old Lace at the Fort Peck Summer Theatre. Fort Peck offers other activities for families and visitors, fishing, the Fort Peck Interpretive Center, Warm Water Multi-Species Fish Hatchery, swimming and watchable wildlife tours.

The Longest Dam Race is sponsored by the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture. For more information, call 406-228-2222 or www.glasgowchamber.net. You can also register online here

Thursday, June 15th 2017
7th Annual Aaron Chatten Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament Is This Weekend
This weekend's 7th Annual Aaron Chatten Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament at John Hahn Field in Fort Peck will feature 11 teams: the largest field since the inaugural year.

This year's teams:
Rock's Auto Mall (Glasgow)
Newton Motors (Glasgow)
Busted Knuckle (Glasgow)
Screaming Gophers (Frazer)
#Skoden (Billings)
Tilt Wurks (Miles City)
Dirty Shockers (Glendive)
The Out Crowd (Miles City)
Team Classy (Sidney)
Old Mil/Tootsies (Glasgow)
Basic Pitches (Sidney)

We will play TWO games on Friday night and games will continue all day Saturday and Sunday. It will be a true double elimination format. The official bracket is attached below.


7th Annual Aaron Chatten Memorial Game Schedule:
Game #1 (Fri Jun 16 @ 6 PM) - Busted Knuckle vs. Old Mil/Tootsies
Game #2 (Friday @ 7:30 PM) - Screamin Gophers Frazer vs. Rocks Auto Mall
Game # 3 (Sat Jun 17 @ 8:00 AM) - The Out Crowd Miles City vs. Basic Pitches Sidney
Game #4 (Saturday @ 9:15 AM) - Team Classy Sidney vs. Tilt Wurks Miles City
Game #5 (Saturday @ 10:30 AM) - # Skoden Billings vs. winner of Game #2
Game #6 (Saturday @ 11:45 AM) - Newton Motors vs. winner of Game #1
Game #7 (Sat @ 1:00 PM) - Dirty Shockers (Glendive) vs. winner of Game #3
Game #8 (Sat @ 2:15 PM) - loser of Game #1 vs. loser of Game #4
Game #9 (Sat @ 3:30 PM) - loser of Game #3 vs. loser of Game #5
Game #10 (Sat @ 4:45 PM) - loser of Game #2 vs. loser of Game #7
Game #11 (Sat @ 6:00 PM) - winner of Game #4 vs. winner of Game #6
Game #12 (Sat @ 7:15 PM) - winner of Game #5 vs. winner of Game #7
HOME RUN DERBY (Mens and Women's Divisions) on Saturday @ 8:30 PM
Game #13 (Sun Jun 18 @ 8:00 AM) - loser of Game #6 vs. winner of Game #8
Game #14 (Sun @ 9:15 AM) - winner of Game #9 vs. winner of Game #10
Game #15 (Sun @ 10:30 AM) - loser of Game #12 vs. winner of Game #13
Game #16 (Sun @ 11:45 AM) - loser of Game #11 vs. winner of Game #14
Game #17 (Sun @ 1:00 PM) - Undefeated Semifinal - winner of Game #11 vs. winner of Game #12
Game #18 (Sun @ 2:15 PM) - winner of Game #15 vs. winner of Game #16
Game #19 (Sun @ 3:30 PM - Consolation Final - loser of Game #17 vs. winner of Game #18
Game #20 (Sun @ 4:45 PM - CHAMPIONSHIP - winner of Game #17 vs. winner of Game #19
Game #21 (Sun @ 6:00 PM) - "If Necessary" 2nd Championship Game

Tuesday, June 13th 2017
Swim Team 4th At Scobey
The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team had a strong showing this past weekend at their first meet of the season in Scobey, MT. They received 4th place honors with a total of 27 athletes.

Leading the team with 1st place finishes was DJ Rasmusan (50 Free, 400 Free), Ava Reyes (50 back), and Dalton Sand (200IM, 50 Free, 50 Fly). The GKST is bound to have another successful season as 90% of the athletes that completed dropped time in their events.

This week’s GKST Athlete of the Week voted on by the coaches goes to Abigail Kulczyk (10) for her standout performances. Abigail dropped a total of 26.75 seconds in her three individual events and anchored an 11-12 Girls Medley Relay to a 1st place finish.

Correction on relay members-
9-10 FREE- Emmah Mix was replaced by Grace Reyes.
11-12 MEDLEY- Torrance Braaten was replaced by Abigail Kulczyk.

Scobey Results

Scobey Relay Results

Sunday, June 11th 2017
Reds 2 & 1 in Havre Northstars Memorial Tournament
The Glasgow Reds are in Havre this weekend participating in the Havre Northstars Memorial Tournament. Heading in to today’s action they have posted a record of 2 wins and 1 loss. Yesterday they defeated the Scobey Blues 8 – 0 behind the pitching of Darrin Wersal. Today they will play Medicine Hat at 11:00 a.m. On Tuesday, they will be in Laurel for a double header and then in Lewistown on Thursday through Sunday for another tournament.
Friday, June 9th 2017
KLTZ To Air Class B All Star Football Game
KLTZ will air the Class B All Star Football Game this Friday night.

Kick-off is at 7 p.m. The game will be played at the Rocky Mountain College campus and the roster includes 4 Glasgow Scotties: Grant Morken, Trent Herbert, Luke Briegenzer and Benji Phillips.

Friday, June 9th 2017
Montana Sports
Northern Arizona’s Brooke Andersen each claimed All-America honors in their respective events at the NCAA Track & Field Championships on Thursday.

Andersen came into the meet ranked second in the hammer throw, and showed up to the ring ready to compete in a big way. After shaking the jitters out with a throw of 191-10, she launched a throw of 214-0 that would secure her a spot in the finals for three more throws.

Heading into finals ranked third, Andersen stayed consistent with two more marks in the 214 range, but got bumped down to fifth heading into her final attempt. Then came the throw of her life, exploding for a toss of 225-1 on her final attempt to vault three spots into second. She shattered her own Big Sky record by nearly four feet in the process.

Finishing as the runner-up in the hammer proved to be an even more impressive feat for Andersen, as the only athlete ahead of her broke a collegiate record. Arizona State’s Maggie Ewen popped off a throw of 240-7 on her third attempt to win the competition.

Andersen becomes the highest finisher in the hammer throw in Big Sky history, and just the second to earn All-America honors as Idaho State’s Maureen Griffin did it three times for the Bengals. She added today’s first team All-America honors to the second team nod she earned indoors in the weight throw. NAU wrapped a phenomenal 2016-17 season with a national title in men’s cross country, five Big Sky team titles, seven first team All-Americans and three second team All-Americans.
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EUGENE, Oregon – Alyssa Snyder came into the NCAA Track and Field championships Thursday just hoping to crack the top eight in the 10,000 meters and claim All-America honors.

She did, and then some.

Snyder, a sophomore at Montana State from Coalville, Utah, finished fourth in a time of 32 minutes, 58.31 seconds, breaking her personal best in the 5,000 in the middle of the race.

“Pretty surprised by it to be honest,” Snyder said. “I got down to two miles to go and was looking around thinking, ‘Oh, man, they’re gonna eat me up the last 400.’ We ran that pace in 1K repeats in practice last week, and it was really hurting with three minutes rest in between.”

Four Montanans competed as well, Thursday. Makena Morley, a 15-time Montana state champion from Bigfork, competed in the 10,000 finals for Colorado along with Snyder. She placed 17th overall with a time of 33.58.17.

Sadi Henderson, a Corvallis native competing for Boise State, ran in the 800 prelims. She was one of three Broncos to qualify for the NCAA Track and Field championships and was the first ever to run the 800 at outdoor nationals in school history.

Henderson, coming off a 2:03.91 personal best she set at the NCAA west regionals two weeks ago, came just short of advancing to the final, placing fifth in 2:04.95.

“I feel like I got caught up in positioning and got boxed in a little bit,” Henderson said. “Kind of lost sight of my plan, I guess.”

Even though Henderson did not make it to the final, the redshirt sophomore is looking toward the future.

“I was not expecting this year to be as good as it has been so far,” Henderson said. “I’ve learned not to put any limits on myself and just go with it.”

When Henderson arrived at Boise State, her 800 time was a pedestrian 2:24. One of the goals that she set for herself was to run under 2:06 one day. In just two years of competing, she’s realized that goal and is now shooting for a spot on the national team.

In the second heat of the 1,500 prelims, Christina and Danielle Aragon, both Billings natives, faced each other on the track for the first time in their careers and both qualified for the final. Danielle, a fifth-year senior for Notre Dame, never raced her sister in high school because five years separated them.

“It was kind of a comfort being in the same heat,” Christina said. “But it’s also more nerve-racking because you aren’t just nervous for yourself, you’re also nervous for your sister.”

The race began with Danielle taking the lead early and Christina hanging in the back, sandwiching the competitors for three laps. Christina made her move to fourth place on the last lap and finished second with a time of 4:19.08, followed by Danielle in third with a time of 4:19.13.

The final between the two sisters will start at approximately 4:41 p.m. Mountain time on Saturday.
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Glacier High School graduate Troy Fraley has advanced to Friday’s finals in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

Fraley, a 2013 graduate and redshirt junior at Gonzaga, clocked 8:43.08 and placed sixth in the preliminary round on Wednesday night. The steeplechase final is at 6:54 p.m. Mountain time, Friday.

Fraley is Gonzaga’s first male athlete to compete at the NCAA nationals.

Flathead graduate Zach Perrin, a junior at Colorado, will race in the men’s 5K final at 8:25 p.m., Friday.
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The month of June has been particularly kind to Steve Keller in recent years.

Keller, the longtime men’s basketball coach at Montana Western, has yet to lose as head coach of the Montana boys’ squad during the yearly battle against Wyoming.

In five years, he’s a perfect 10-0.

“We run a dribble-drive offense and we get to the free throw line, and I think that helps in an all-star game,” Keller said. “ ... We convince them that if they play some defense and share the basketball a little bit they’re going to be pretty tough to beat. We’ve had some good success with that philosophy, style, whatever, and we’ll see if it holds up this weekend.”

The Montana boys lead the all-time series 55-27 and on Friday night in Sheridan, Wyo., will look to make it 11 in a row when they take on Wyoming at 7:30 p.m. The Montana girls, meanwhile, coached by Rocky Mountain College women’s head mentor Wes Keller, will start things off at 5:30. They hold a 27-13 series advantage after splitting with Wyoming a year ago.

The teams will travel to Billings and the Fortin Center on the campus of Rocky Mountain College for another round on Saturday, to be played at the same times.

Keller’s never had a roster like this one.

“This is the first team I’ve ever had with more Division I football players (than basketball) on it,” Keller said. “But I’m convinced that all four of those guys could play college basketball if they wanted to. They are multi-sport athletes.”

That quartet includes Dillon’s Troy Andersen (Montana State), Kalispell Glacier’s Jaxen Hashley (MSU), and Billings West’s Braydon and Bryson Deming (Montana).

“Just a good group of guys, I think,” Keller said. “We’re not overly big or tall, but we have some good size and we should be physical.”

Malta’s Sophia Stiles, twice named the Montana Gatorade Player of the Year, is the headliner on the girls’ unit while college-bound players like Great Falls High’s Hannah Collins (Montana State Billings), Fairfield’s Natalie Klinker (Idaho) and Kalispell Flathead’s Tiana Johnson (Sacramento State) should provide incredible depth.

Keller has had a chance to catch a glimpse of the girls’ squad this week in practice.

“I think they are going to be pretty good,” he said. “They’ve got some good guards ... Sophia Stiles is like 104-4 in four years. The Hannah Collins girl. Those two girls are as good at the point as you are going to get anywhere. A lot of teams start with the point guard, so they have two great point guards, and they have some size to go with it.”

Among the others filling out the 10-player girls’ roster are Kalispell Glacier’s Nikki Krueger (Carroll), Bozeman’s Riana Rogers (Rocky), Butte Central’s Mollie Peoples (Montana Tech), Columbia Falls’ Kiara Burlage (Lewis-Clark State), Hardin’s Madisan Chavez and Red Lodge’s Natalie Hilderman (Rocky Mountain College, volleyball).

While Keller had a good feel for his roster before this week’s practices, he said he hadn’t seen the Deming twins play much in person the past several years.

“You read a lot about them,” Keller said. “I’m impressed with them. Brendan (Howard) is Brendan. He’s probably going to get you 20 (points) and 10 (rebounds). He just plays so hard. Hashley, I’ve seen him and he brings it. He’s physical, he can score, rebound and pass. I think that’s what’s good about this team is we have some really good passers.”

Howard, the Eastern Washington commit and two-time Montana Gatorade Player of the Year from Great Falls High, and Hashley, the 6-foot-6 post for the state-champion Wolfpack, stand out on the 10-player roster not only because of their skill but also where they play on the floor.

“We just felt like there weren’t a lot of (centers) in the state this year,” Keller said. “And we’re going to move those guys around. They don’t have to just sit down there because they are both capable of hitting threes and capable of putting the ball on the floor. I like the makeup of our team.”

Still, this year’s Wyoming team might present certain challenges that Keller and Co. haven’t seen in the last handful of years. Certain challenges like Montana Grizzly signee and 6-foot-10 Kelby Kramer and 6-foot-10 Hunter Thompson, a Wyoming commit who is listed as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com with offers from Colorado, Creighton and others.

“Wyoming’s got two 6-10 guys,” Keller said. “So they haven’t had that size for a while.”

Arlee’s Tyler Tanner and Malta’s Nate Costin, a few months removed from helping their teams to state titles in Class C and Class B, respectively, are also on the roster, as is the state-champion duo from Dillon of Andersen and Tanner Haverfield, who is bound for Keller’s program at Western. Billings Skyview’s RaQuan Evans, a North Idaho College pledge, has been one of the state’s top guards the last several seasons.

Friday, June 9th 2017
Reds Win Over Havre
In a lightning-shortened game on Thursday night, the Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team defeated the Great Falls Outlaws 5-0.

They'll play the Havre Northstars on Friday, and Scobey Blues on Saturday at the Northstar's Baseball Jamboree in Havre. The Reds are also scheduled to face the Ft. MacLeod Royals on Sunday.


Friday, June 9th 2017
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to Jerry & Nate Molstad, the Hi-Line Ford Athletes of the Week. They won their fifth Milk Rive Catfish Classic on June 3, bringing in 40.16 pounds of catfish.
Monday, June 5th 2017
American Legion Baseball: Laurel Dodgers Defeat the Glasgow Reds 11-4
Monday, June 5th 2017
Molstad's Win Milk River Catfish Classic
18th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic – Final Results

1. Nate Molstad, Havre, MT., Jerry Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 40.16
2. Chad Dawson, Dickinson, ND., Brady Burgess, Glasgow, MT. 39.52
3. Brodie Boreson, Hinsdale, MT., Lindsey Boreson, Hinsdale, MT. 30.01
4. David George, Glasgow, MT., Candy Lagerquist, Glasgow, MT. 29.33
5. Jessica Pennington, East Helena, MT., Casey Riggin, Glasgow, MT. 28.99
6. Bo Boreson, Cayuga, IN., Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT. 28.81
7. Levi Krehmeyer, Gillette, WY., Travis Larsen, Gillette, WY. 27.89
8. Ed Sugg, Hinsdale, MT., Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT. 27.41
9. Blake Gauer, Park City, MT., Lindsey Gauer, Park City, MT. 27.31
10. Bobby Wise, Billings, Mt., Robert Wise, Billings, MT. 26.7
11. Steve Norcutt, Glasgow, MT., Brien Norcutt, Glasgow, MT. 26.38
12. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT., Drew Henry, Glasgow, MT. 26.31
13. James Decker, Sidney, MT., Steve Lowrey, Fairview, MT. 25.59
14. Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT., Chris Kolstad, Glasgow, MT. 24.39
15. Casey Clausen, Lambert, MT., Sam Malmand, Hinsdale, MT. 23.56
16. Seth Combs, Beulah, ND., Mark Combs, Glasgow, MT. 23.05
17. Callahan Belling, Richland, MT., Randy Elletson, Glasgow, MT. 23.02
18. Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT., Dustin Braaten, Fort Peck, MT. 22.78
19. Jake Aune, Glasgow, MT., Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT. 22.42
20. Cody Stensland, Fairview, MT., George Stuckers, Sidney, MT. 22.26
21. Mitch McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. - Jim McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. 21.81
22. Casey King, Glasgow, MT., Cody King, Glasgow, MT. 21.72
23. Jason Maynard, Glasgow, MT., Scott Swanson, Glasgow, MT. 21.65
24. Justin King, Sidney, MT., Jeremiah Hopstad, Billings, MT. 21.2
25. Karl Krause, Glasgow, MT., Jake Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 21.1
26. Curt Shipman, Glasgow, MT., Darci Shipman, Glasgow, MT. 20.68
27. Kyle Gibson, Glasgow, MT., Trevin Gibson, Glasgow, MT. 20.47
28. Shannon Albert, Hardin, MT., Rod Hudyma, Glasgow, MT. 20.06
29. Kevin Durell, Glasgow, MT., Don Resseguie, Great Falls, MT. 19.89
30. Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., Ashley Harris, Sidney, MT. 19.49
31. Levi Sugg, Glasgow, MT., Bobi Burney, Glasgow, MT. 19.37
32. John Grimes, Nashua, MT., Coel Stutheit, Glasgow, MT. 19.03
33. Seth Ingram, Glasgow, MT., Keigan Ingram, Glasgow, MT. 18.86
34. Cody Kuka, Glasgow, MT. - Katie Anderson, Glasgow, MT. 18.79
35. Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Keegan Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. 18.48
36. Mike Meiers, Nashua, MT., Doug Wixson, Glasgow, MT. 17.93
37. Mike Zoanni, Glasgow, MT., Nate Doornek, Glasgow, MT. 17.79
38. Doug Mahlum, Great Falls, MT., Kane Mahlum, Great Falls, MT. 17.72
39. Brendan Waarvik, Billings, MT., DJ Elletson, Glasgow, MT. 17.69
40. Larry Hockhalter, Glasgow, MT., Dale Borgen, Glasgow, MT. 17.32
41. Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT., Autumn Gault, Glasgow, MT. 17.18
42. Paul Provencher, Glasgow, MT., Wayne Linder, Glasgow, MT. 16.95
43. Doug Marottek, Poplar, MT., Derek Werner, Poplar, MT. 16.42
44. Mark Kloker, Glasgow, MT., Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT. 16.29
45. Luke Morehouse, Glasgow, MT., Nathan Hopstad, Glasgow, MT. 16.19
46. Spencer Marsh, Glasgow, MT., Caleb LaGree, Glasgow, MT. 14.91
47. Troy Vandall, Glasgow, MT., Tristin Vandall, Glasgow, MT. 14.27
48. Garrett Morken, Glasgow, MT., Jerrett Braaten, Glasgow, MT. 14.19
49. Seth Morehouse, Glasgow, MT., Cale Swanson, Glasgow, MT. 13.92
50. Jeff Irving, Glasgow, MT., Dylan Hughes, Glasgow, MT. 13.76
51. Tara Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT. 13.65
52. Darin Eschenbacher, Savage, MT., Jim Wenzel, Sidney, MT. 13.5
53. Timm Canen, Glasgow, MT., Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT. 13.24
54. Josh Moore, Sidney, MT., Hailee Moore, Sidney, MT 12.76
55. Bob Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Quenton Compton, Glasgow, MT. 12.37
56. Hayden Clark, St. Marie, MT., Blaine White, Glasgow, MT. 12.02
57. Kevin Howie, Billings, MT., Travis Kennedy, Billings, MT. 11.79
58. Quinten Nelson, Sidney, MT., Steve Harris Sr., Sidney, MT. 11.78
59. Arlie Armbrister, Glasgow, MT., Dean Armbrister, Glasgow, MT. 11.13
60. Stone Tihista, Nashua, MT., Silver Tihista, Nashua, MT. 10.61
61. Scott Redstone, Glasgow, MT., Aidan Redstone, Glasgow, MT. 10.38
62. Tyler George, Sheridan, WY., Ryan George, Joliet, MT. 9.86
63. Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT., Ty Thomas, Lewistown, MT. 9.7
64. Shawn Bergstrom, Nashua, MT., Haylie Shipp, Glasgow, MT. 9
65. Tyler Partridge, Glasgow, MT., Ryan Feezell, Glasgow, MT. 7.67
66. Crystal Kinderman, Cayuga, In., Katie Clausen, Lambert, MT. 7.31
67. Jim Ahern, Townsend, MT., Charles Marottek, Poplar, MT. 7.14
68. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 7.11
69. Levi Capdeville, Chinook, MT., Mikel Erickson, Glasgow, MT. 7.1
70. Nick Fortier, Billings, MT., Randy Franco, Billings, MT. 6.49
71. Jesse Nickels, Nashua, MT., Jessica Nickels, Nashua, MT. 5.17
72. Rod Ost, Glasgow, MT., David Irving, Glasgow, MT. 4.55
73. Jeff Unterseher, Glendive, MT., Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT. 4.04
74. Joe Huber, Hinsdale, MT., Josh Partridge, Glasgow, MT. 3.93
75. Butch Berrisford, Hinsdale, MT., Dallas Capdeville, Sidney, MT. 2.96
76. Trevor Waarvik, Glasgow, MT., Ricci Olson, Glasgow, MT. 2.77
77. Derek Carda, Sidney, MT., Adam Smith, Sidney, MT. 0
78. James Bergeron, Sidney, MT., Luke Bergeron, Sidney, MT. 0
79. Robert Peterson, Billings, MT., Jayson Riggin, Billings, MT. 0
80. Jake Knaff, Glasgow, MT., Kelcey Arnold, Glasgow, MT. 0

Jumbo Whiskers
Bo Boreson, Cayuga, IN. 13.87 lbs. **NEW Tourney Record**
Big Whiskers
Nate Molstad, Havre, MT. 11.15 lbs.

Saturday, June 3rd 2017
Volleyball Camps
There will be 3 Volleyball Camps with Scottie Head Coach Lori Dailey & DSU Head Coach Jenn Hartmann. All Skills Camp for students entering grades 9 – 12 is Mon. – Wed. June 12th – 14th from 5:30 - 8:30p.m. with a cost of $50. All Skills Camp for students entering grades 4 – 8 is Mon. – Wed. June 12th – 14th from 9a.m. – 12noon with a cost of $50. Day Camp for students entering grades K – 3 is Thurs. June 15th from 9a.m. – 12noon with a cost of $20. You can mail or drop off applications at 1000 Valley View, Glasgow. Call 228-2184 with any questions.
Friday, June 2nd 2017
GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, May 31st 2017

6:00PM: Northern Prairie Auto Sales def. Shock Top/BNSF 15-14
Newton Motors def. Alley’s Palace 21-0
Old Mil/Tootsies def. Thompson & Sons 30-18

7:30PM: Newton Motors def. Shock Top/BNSF 13-11
Old Mil/Tootsies def. Alley’s Palace 24-5
Thompson & Sons def. Northern Prairie Auto Sales 21-8

League Standings
Newton Motor Wanna Bees 2-0
Old Mil/Reynolds 2-0
Northern Prairie Auto Sales 1-1
Thomson & Sons 1-1
Shock Top/BNSF 0-2
Alley’s Palace 0-2

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, June 7th 2017

6:00PM Field 1: Alley’s Palace vs. Thompson & Sons
Field 2: Shock Top/BNSF vs. Old Mil/Tootsies
Field 3: Northern Prairie Auto Sales vs. Newton Motors

7:30PM Field 1: Northern Prairie Auto Sales vs. Alley’s Palace
Field 2: Shock Top/BNSF vs. Thompson & Sons
Field 3: Newton Motors vs. Old Mil/Tootsies

Thursday, June 1st 2017
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to Brett Glaser, the Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week. At the class B state meet last weekend, Brett set a personal record by a foot in the triple jump, placing third overall.

He also anchored the Scottie boys 4x400m relay team, which finished 2nd overall, in the third fastest time in Scottie history (3:27.03).

Tuesday, May 30th 2017
Official Team Numbers Released For 18th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic
The official Team Numbers have been released for this weekend's 18th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic.


1. Timm Canen, Glasgow, MT., Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT.
2. Casey King, Glasgow, MT., Cody King, Glasgow, MT.
3. Ed Sugg, Hinsdale, MT., Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT.
4. Garrett Morken, Glasgow, MT., Jerrett Braaten, Glasgow, MT.
5. Chad Dawson, Dickinson, ND., Brady Burgess, Glasgow, MT. (Mountain West Farm Bureau)
6. Paul Provencher, Glasgow, MT., Wayne Linder, Glasgow, MT.
7. Seth Ingram, Glasgow, MT., Keigan Ingram, Glasgow, MT.
8. Kevin Howie, Billings, MT., Travis Kennedy, Billings, MT.
9. Tara Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT.
10. Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT., Autumn Gault, Glasgow, MT.
11. Brendan Waarvik, Billings, MT., DJ Elletson, Glasgow, MT.
12. Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Keegan Morehouse, Glasgow, MT.
13. Josh Moore, Sidney, MT., Hailee Moore, Sidney, MT
14. Justin King, Sidney, MT., Jeremiah Hopstad, Billings, MT.
15. Mark Kloker, Glasgow, MT., Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT. (Simply Thrive Wellness & Glasgow Distributors)
16. Brodie Boreson, Hinsdale, MT., Lindsey Boreson, Hinsdale, MT.
17. Tyler George, Sheridan, WY., Ryan George, Joliet, MT.
18. John Grimes, Nashua, MT., Coel Stutheit, Glasgow, MT. (Farm Equipment Sales)
19. Spencer Marsh, Glasgow, MT., Caleb LaGree, Glasgow, MT. (Hi-Tech Electric)
20. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT., Drew Henry, Glasgow, MT. (Missouri River Realty & CW Bar Vending)
21. Cody Kuka, Glasgow, MT. - Katie Anderson, Glasgow, MT. (Katie Anderson @ Mirror Image)
22. Mike Meiers, Nashua, MT., Doug Wixson, Glasgow, MT. (Hi-Line Sportsman)
23. Jason Maynard, Glasgow, MT., Scott Swanson, Glasgow, MT.
24. Doug Mahlum, Great Falls, MT., Kane Mahlum, Great Falls, MT. (Valley Builders Supply)
25. Steve Norcutt, Glasgow, MT., Brien Norcutt, Glasgow, MT.
26. Shannon Albert, Hardin, MT., Rod Hudyma, Glasgow, MT. (Hudyma Construction)
27. Jeff Unterseher, Glendive, MT., Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT.
28. Curt Shipman, Glasgow, MT., Darci Shipman, Glasgow, MT. (Paul's Glass + Works)
29. Bobby Wise, Billings, Mt., Robert Wise, Billings, MT.
30. Rod Ost, Glasgow, MT., David Irving, Glasgow, MT. (Irving Law)
31. Jesse Nickels, Nashua, MT., Jessica Nickels, Nashua, MT. (Wagon Wheel Bar Nashua)
32. Larry Hockhalter, Glasgow, MT., Dale Borgen, Glasgow, MT.
33. Mitch McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. - Jim McIntyre, Glasgow, MT.
34. Troy Vandall, Glasgow, MT., Tristin Vandall, Glasgow, MT.
35. Bob Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Quenton Compton, Glasgow, MT.
36. Blake Gauer, Park City, MT., Lindsey Gauer, Park City, MT.
37. Crystal Kinderman, Cayuga, In., Katie Clausen, Lambert, MT.
38. Stone Tihista, Nashua, MT., Silver Tihista, Nashua, MT.
39. Nate Molstad, Havre, MT., Jerry Molstad, Glasgow, MT.
40. Jeff Irving, Glasgow, MT., Dylan Hughes, Glasgow, MT. (Irving Law)
41. Jake Aune, Glasgow, MT., Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT.
42. Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT., Ty Thomas, Lewistown, MT.
43. Karl Krause, Glasgow, MT., Jake Kuka, Glasgow, MT. (Katie Anderson @ Mirror Image)
44. David George, Glasgow, MT., Candy Lagerquist, Glasgow, MT. (Thrivent Financial)
45. Doug Marottek, Poplar, MT., Derek Werner, Poplar, MT.
46. Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., Ashley Harris, Sidney, MT.
47. Hayden Clark, St. Marie, MT., Blaine White, Glasgow, MT.
48. Seth Morehouse, Glasgow, MT., Cale Swanson, Glasgow, MT. (Morehouse Construction)
49. Seth Combs, Beulah, ND., Mark Combs, Glasgow, MT.
50. Scott Redstone, Glasgow, MT., Aidan Redstone, Glasgow, MT. (Durum Restaurant & Bar)
51. Jessica Pennington, East Helena, MT., Casey Riggin, Glasgow, MT. (Riggin Ranch)
52. Kyle Gibson, Glasgow, MT., Trevin Gibson, Glasgow, MT.
53. Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT., Chris Kolstad, Glasgow, MT.
54. Shawn Bergstrom, Nashua, MT., Haylie Shipp, Glasgow, MT.
55. Casey Clausen, Lambert, MT., Sam Malmand, Hinsdale, MT.
56. Luke Morehouse, Glasgow, MT., Nathan Hopstad, Glasgow, MT.
57. Cody Stensland, Fairview, MT., George Stuckers, Sidney, MT.
58. Derek Carda, Sidney, MT., Adam Smith, Sidney, MT.
59. Nick Fortier, Billings, MT., Randy Franco, Billings, MT. (Minnow Bucket)
60. Arlie Armbrister, Glasgow, MT., Dean Armbrister, Glasgow, MT. (North Country Builders)
61. Levi Sugg, Glasgow, MT., Bobi Burney, Glasgow, MT.
62. Callahan Belling, Richland, MT., Randy Elletson, Glasgow, MT. (Rodney's Rip Off Service)
63. Darin Eschenbacher, Savage, MT., Jim Wenzel, Sidney, MT.
64. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT.
65. Jim Ahern, Townsend, MT., Charles Marottek, Poplar, MT. (CW Bar Vending)
66. Trevor Waarvik, Glasgow, MT., Ricci Olson, Glasgow, MT.
67. James Bergeron, Sidney, MT., Luke Bergeron, Sidney, MT.
68. Tyler Partridge, Glasgow, MT., Ryan Feezell, Glasgow, MT.
69. Bo Boreson, Cayuga, IN., Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT. (Katie Anderson @ Mirror Image)
70. Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT., Dustin Braaten, Fort Peck, MT.
71. James Decker, Sidney, MT., Steve Lowrey, Fairview, MT.
72. Robert Peterson, Billings, MT., Jayson Riggin, Billings, MT.
73. Mike Zoanni, Glasgow, MT., Nate Doornek, Glasgow, MT.
74. Scott Schmidt, Sidney, MT., Shane Litten, Sidney, MT.
75. Quinten Nelson, Sidney, MT., Steve Harris Sr., Sidney, MT.
76. Levi Capdeville, Chinook, MT., Mikel Erickson, Glasgow, MT.
77. Levi Krehmeyer, Gillette, WY., Travis Larsen, Gillette, WY.
78. Joe Huber, Hinsdale, MT., Josh Partridge, Glasgow, MT.
79. Kevin Durell, Glasgow, MT., Don Resseguie, (D.R. Durell Construction)
80. Butch Berrisford, Hinsdale, MT., Dallas Capdeville, Sidney, MT.

Monday, May 29th 2017
Coach D’s 20th Annual Hi-line Hoop Camps
It is just about time to register for the Hi Line Hoop Camps. Hi-Line Hoop Camps are instructed by Bill Dreikosen, Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Rocky Mountain College in Billings MT.

Glasgow High School – June 7th & 8th
Boys and Girls Grades 1-12
Grades 1-5 Time 9-Noon / Grades 6-12 Time 1pm-4pm
Cost $65

Basic features of the camp will be Positive Environment, Daily Themes, and Commitment to Improvement and Great Competition.

Camp registration forms will be available at the area schools. If you need more information call Bill Dreikosen @ 406-860-3133. You can also email Bill at dreikosw@rocky.edu

Monday, May 29th 2017
2017 Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet
Glasgow Scottie Great, Kami Malnaa, will be the featured speaker at this year’s Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet on Tues May 30th at St. Raphael's Gymnasium. Kami was a 3-sport standout and a 1998 Glasgow High School Graduate. During her time at GHS, Kami was a 2-time 1st Team All-State selection in both Basketball and Volleyball. She led the Scotties to 2 state Volleyball Championships and a runner-up finish at the 1997 State B Basketball tournament, where she garnered tournament MVP honors.

After High School, she attended Montana State University-Billings to play Basketball and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in health promotion and her Master’s Degree in athletic training. On the college hardwood, Kami was a 2-year Team Captain for the Yellow Jackets and earned 1st-team All-Conference Honors. She ranks 6th all-time in career 3-pointers made in MSU-B History.

After graduating from the MSU-B, Ms. Malnaa entered the coaching profession. Kami has spent the past 15 years as a sideline mentor. She has been coaching Division 1 Women’s Basketball for the last 11 years, with a 2-year stop at Wichita State and the past nine seasons as an assistant for the University of Nevada Wolf Pack.

We are excited to have Kami Malnaa back HOME to speak to this year’s athletes! Go Scotties.

This year’s banquet will be held at 6:00 pm on Tuesday May 30th 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 2016-17 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 24th. 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!

Sunday, May 28th 2017
State Class B Track Results
Class B

at Butte

BOYS

Team Scores: Fairfield 60.11, Baker 47, Townsend 37, Forsyth 35, Huntley Project 34, Glasgow 34, Manhattan 30, Thompson Falls 28, Deer Lodge 26.22, Shelby 24, Harlem 20.11, Missoula Loyola 19.11, Eureka 19, Cut Bank 16, Big Timber 15, Ronan 13, Bigfork 12, Wolf Point 10.11, Jefferson 10.11, Joliet 10.11, Three Forks 10, Florence 6, Shepherd 6, Roundup 2, Choteau 2, Colstrip 1, Libby .11.

100: Lane Sumner, HP, 11.19; Casey Gunlikson, BT, 11.30; Jacob Byrne, MisL, 11.33; Cade Benjamin, DL, 11.33; Cleet Wrzesinski, Bak, 11.33; Cade Johnstone, For, 11.38.

200: Cleet Wrzesinski, Bak, 22.30; Lane Sumner, HP, 22.60; Jacob Byrne, MisL, 22.68; Dawson Allen, Fai, 22.71; Paul Johnstone, For, 22.77; Casey Gunlikson, BT, 22.88.

400: Cade Johnstone, For, 50.44. Wade Luly, She, 50.65. Owen Lepper, WP, 50.95. Kameron Rauser, Tow, 51.03. Damon Adams, Har, 51.21. Benji Phillips, Gla, 51.65.

800: Paul Johnstone, For, 1:57.56. Noah Smith, Tow, 1:59.37. Wade Luly, She, 2:00.80. Taggert Devaney, Har, 2:01.99. Jackson Duffey, Ron, 2:02.67. Patrick Richardson, Shep, 2:02.89.

1,600: Bryant Edgerton, Tow, 4:34.82; Jackson Duffey, Ron, 4:36.81; Colter Barney, Man, 4:40.72; Gabe Hallock, Gla, 4:44.11; James Normandeau, Ron, 4:46.00; Ellis McKean, Gla, 4:46.04.

3,200: Bryant Edgerton, Tow, 10:23.36. Zak Meeker, Man, 10:26.79. Colter Barney, Man, 10:33.17. Cole Giles, Fair, 10:34.33. Ellis McKean, Gla, 10:40.95. Jack Dolan, Tow, 10.42. 94.

400 relay: Fairfield (Luke Batson, Chandler Allen, Dawson Alle, Cantor Coverdell) 42.84; Huntley Project 43.11; Missoula Loyola 43.69; Deer Lodge 43.82; Baker 43.28; Forsyth 44.01.

1,600 relay: Shelby (Justen Henke, Jonathan Henke, Andrew Johnson, Wade Luly) 3:25.46; Glasgow 3:27.03; Forsyth 3:29.71; Townsend 3:31.06; Fairfield 3:31.07; Baker 3:31.23.

110 hurdles: Cleet Wrzesinski, Bak, 14.65; Dawson Allen, Fai, 14.91; Brad Graves, HP, 15.06; Demar Pugh, Shep, 15.13; Luke Breigenzer, Gla, 15.55; Cannan Smith, Eur, 15.64.

300 hurdles: Cleet Wrzesinski, Bak, 38.35; Matt Farrier, BF, 40.41; Casey Gunlikson, BT, 40.75; Cannan Smith, Eur, 40.76; Brad Graves, HP, 40.78; Caleb Knoche, For, 40.85.

Triple jump: Cantor Coverdell, Fai, 45-5 1/4; Payden Lynn, ThrF, 44-4 3/4; Brett Glaser, Gla, 42-10 1/4; Josh Eckmann, Jef, 42-2; Ry Olson, Jol, 42-2; Taylor Rowlison, Jol, 41-8.

Long jump: Cleet Wrzesinki, Bak, 22-01. Cantor Coverdell, Fai, 21-08.50. Seth Omsberg, CB, 21-06. Paul Johnstone, For, 21-04.75. Payden Lynn, ThrF, 21-03. 6. Kellen Round, MisL, 21-02.

High jump: Seth Omsberg, CB, 6-6; Cole McCould, Man, 6-6; Avery Stiles, Bou, 6-4; Logan Taylor, Bigfork, 6-0; Taner Stone, Cho, 6-0; Keeley Bake, Fai, 5-10; Josh Eckmann, Bou, 5-10; Brandon Porter, DL, 5-10; Ty Olson, Jol, 5-10; Gavin Strom, Lib, 5-10; David Koppang, MisL, 5-10; Owen Lepper, WP, 5-10; Dyllon McDermid, DL, 5-10; Tyus Hammett, Harl, 5-10.

Pole vault: Losha Schroeder, TF, 13-06. Brett Robinson, Joliet, 13-00. Garrett Strine, TF, 13-00. Quinn Whitmus, WP, J13-00. Cole McCloud, Man, J13-00. Collin McGuyer, Ron.

Shot Put: Reece Hutton, Harl, 51-5.5; Austin Forson, DL, 50-6.25; Owen Davis, Eur, 48-10; Kaelen Yanak, Eur, 48-6.75; Curtis Harper, Rou, 46-7.75; McKenzie Holt, TF, 46-.5.

Discus: Austin Forson, DL, 178-08*. McKenzie Holt, TF, 165-09. Cantor Coverdell, Fai, 157-04. Reece Hutton, Har, 154-03. Javon Degrand, Bak, 139-02. Chisum Green, She, 138-07.

Javelin: Benji Phillips, Gla, 197-08. Cantor Coverdell, Fai, 185-05. Caden Venters, Flo, 176-02. Cannan Smith, Eur, 172-04. Kade VanElswyk, TF, 169-09. Ronnie Hennelly, Colstrip, 165-08.

GIRLS

Team scores: Bigfork 109, Baker 53, Malta 44, Huntley Project 40, Manhattan 39, Choteau 30, Deer Lodge 29, Colstrip 23, Glasgow 22, Missoula Loyola 16, Florence 14, Columbus 13, Three Forks 13, Harlem 12, Ronan 11, Libby 10, Townsend 8, Thompson Falls 8, Joliet 7, Roundup 7, Shepherd 4, Fairfield 4, Red Lodge 3, Cut Bank 3, Whitehall 2, Eureka 1, Rocky Boy 1, St. Ignatius 1.

100: Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Bak, 12.91; Haile Norred, BF, 12.93; Payton Durocher, Cho, 13.01; Maddisen Merema, Shep, 13.02; Shelby Schweigert, Fai, 13.05; Madison Gardner, BF, 13.21.

200: Haile Norred, BF, 26.02; Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Bak, 26.52; Payton Durocher, Cho, 26.54; Jordan Nelson, BF, 27.03; Ann Russell, White, 27.16; Cheyenne Alt, ThrF, 27.18.

400: Haile Norred, BF, 57.95. Payton Durocher, Cho, 59.02. Amber Lebrun, Col, 1:00.26. Emily Kolstad, Gla, 1:01.03. Sidney Stevenson, Lib, 1:01.18. Bryn Morley, BF, 1:02.18.

800: Bryn Morley, BF, 2:15.00; Whitney Hanson, Colstrip, 2:19.57; Amber Lebrun, Col, 2:20.80; Anya Young, BF, 2:25.11; Grace McDonnell, Tow, 2:26.70; Macee Hadley, Bak, 2:27.98.

1,600: Bryn Morley, BF, 5:03.50. L’Tia Lawrence, Har, 5:30.88. Anya Young, BF, 5:30.99. Grace McDonnell, Tow, 5:39.07. Lauren Thorstenson, Lib, 5:41.16. Hannah Madsen, Man, 5:41. 74.

3,200: Brynn Morley, BF, 11:06.08; Anya Young, BF, 12:14.86; Hannah Madsen, Man, 12:24.24; L'Tia Lawrence, Har, 12:25.98; Jodi Cameron, Man, 12:36.55; Jessa Steele, Man, 12:41.24.

400 relay: Choteau (Payge Durocher, Payton Durocher, Anna Jamison, Paige Rasmussen) 50.31; Bigfork 50.39; Baker 50.70; Three Forks 51.48; Glasgow 51.73; Colstrip 51.82.

1,600 relay: Bigfork (Jordan Nelson, Bryn Morley, Shae Anderson, Haile Norred) 4:03.36; Glasgow 4:12.61; Libby 4:13.76; Baker 4:15.99; Cut Bank 4:16.37; Columbus 4:19.11.

100 hurdles: Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Bak, 15.27; Sophia Stiles, Mal, 15.86; Tessa Burke, MisL, 16.30; Trinity Lewandowski, Colstrip, 16.45; Aria Johnson, Fai, 16.48; Madison Gardner, BF, 16.53.

300 hurdles: Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Bak, 45.16; Alexa Arthun, Man, 47.43; Sophia Stiles, Mal, 47.71; Kamryn Scully, DL, 47.92; Tessa Burke, MisL, 48.26; Riki Poore, RedL, 48.51.High jump: Sophia Stiles, Mal, 5-2; Morgan Allen, ThrF, 5-2; Autumn Round, Flo, 5-2; Alayna McGuiness, Man, 5-0; Kallie Zinne, Jol, 5-0; Kaylee Kronsperger, Eur, 5-0; Emily Mossburg, Lib, 5-0.

Pole vault: Alexa Arthun, Man, 11-00. Gabby Eaton, BF, 10-00. Selina Angel, Rou, 9-06. Kamryn Scully, DL, J9-06. Katie Jacobsen, RL, J9-06; Dakota Manecke, CB, 9-00.

Long jump: Sophia Stiles, Mal, 17-09.75. Alexa Arthun, Man, 17-04.75. Jordan Kulczyk, Gla, 16-03.75. Constence Rollins, Colstrip, J16-03.75. Tessa Burke, MisL, 16-03.50. Afton Brander, StI, 16-01.

Triple jump: Sophia Stiles, Mal, 37-10; Autumn Round, Flo, 35-1.5; Kenna Guenther, MisL, 34-8; Kallie Zinne, Jol, 34-5.5; Kamille Reynolds, HP, 34-3.5; Josee Applegate, DL, 34-1.75.

Shot put: Ariel Clark, DL, 38-51/4; Hailey Poole, HP, 38-2 3/4; Micalann McCrea, Ron, 37-0; Alye Fjell, DL, 36-8 3/4; Leinie Hughes, Gla, 35-7 1/2; Saydee Wolff, Rou, 35-2 1/2.

Javelin: Hailey Poole, HP, 147-5; Madison Wheeler, TF, 121-5; Chasitie Rollins, Col, 120-9; Madison Reddick, Bak, 120-6; Emily Poole, HP, 119-6; Micalann McCrea, Ron, 119-1.

Discus: Hailey Poole, HP, 12-08. Emily Poole, HP, 121-08. Alye Fjell, DL, 118-11. Micalann McCrea, Ron, 114-01. Lainee Hill, Tow, 106-01. Rochelle Pease, Rocky Boy, 105-03.

Sunday, May 28th 2017
State Softball Results
tate AA

Thursday-Saturday

at Great Falls

Thursday

Game 1: Billings Senior 5, Helena Capital 4, first round

Game 2: Great Falls 2, Missoula Sentinel 0, first round

Game 3: Great Falls CMR 6, Missoula Big Sky 0, first round

Game 4: Helena 3, Butte 1

Friday

Game 5: Great Falls 5, Billings Senior 0

Game 6: Great Falls CMR 11, Helena 0

Game 7: Missoula Sentinel 8, Helena Capital 4

Game 8: Missoula Big Sky 6, Butte 3

Game 9: Helena 6, Missoula Sentinel 3, loser out

Game 10: Missoula Big Sky 7, Billings Senior 3, loser out

Game 11: Great Falls CMR 3, Great Falls 1, undefeated semifinal

Game 12: Helena 3, Big Sky 1, loser fourth place

Saturday

Game 13: Great Falls 11, Helena 1, loser third place

Game 14: Great Falls CMR 3, Great Falls 0, championship

State A

Thursday-Saturday

at Sidney

Thursday

Game 1: Stevensville 5, Glendive 4, first round

Game 2: Polson 9, Lewistown 1, first round

Game 3: Columbia Falls 10, Havre 9, 8 innings, first round

Game 4: Butte Central 10, Sidney 0, first round

Game 5: Frenchtown 11, Stevensville 1, second round

Game 6: Hamilton 2, Polson 1, second round

Game 7: Columbia Falls 5, Miles City 2, suspended 4 innings, second round

Game 8: Belgrade 11, Butte Central 1, second round

Friday

Game 7: Columbia Falls 11, Miles City 4, completion of second game

Game 9: Havre 14, Stevensville 13, (8), loser out


Game 10: Polson 15, Sidney 1, loser out

Game 11: Miles City 8, Glendive 2, loser out

Game 12: Lewistown 9, Butte Central 4, loser out

Game 13: Hamilton 7, Frenchtown 4, third round

Game 14: Belgrade 10, Columbia Falls 1, third round

Game 15: Polson 13, Havre 3, loser out

Game 16: Lewistown 5, Miles City 2, loser out

Game 17: Polson 2, Columbia Falls 0, loser out

Game 18: Frenchtown 8, Lewistown 1, loser out

Saturday

Game 19: Belgrade 15, Hamilton 0, undefeated semifinal

Game 20: Frenchtown 12, Polson 2, loser fourth place

Game 21: Frenchtown 11, Hamilton 7, loser third place

Game 22: Belgrade 6, Frenchtown 1, championship

State B-C

Thursday-Saturday

at Frenchtown

Thursday

Game 1: St. Ignatius 7, Glasgow 6

Game 2: Florence 10, Shepherd 4

Game 3: Libby 11, Great Falls Central 1, first round

Game 4: Huntley Project 3, Missoula Loyola 2 8 innings, first round

Friday

Game 5: Florence 4, St. Ignatius 2, second round

Game 6: Libby 13, Huntley Project 3, second round

Game 7: Glasgow 3, Shepherd 2, loser out

Game 8: Missoula Loyola 19, Great Falls Central 4, loser out

Game 9: Glasgow 13, Huntley Project 3, loser out

Game 10: St. Ignatius 10, Missoula Loyola 1, loser out

Game 11: Florence 5, Libby 3, undefeated semifinal

Game 12: St. Ignatius 7, Glasgow 6, loser fourth place

Saturday

Game 13: Libby 5, St. Ignatius 2, loser third place

Game 14: Florence 9, Libby 3, championship

Sunday, May 28th 2017
State Class C Track Results
State C

at Laurel Sports Complex

BOYS

Team scores: Ennis 61, Darby 46, Richey-Lambert 34, Drummond 30, Roberts 28, Belt 26, Seeley-Swan 25, Charlo 24, Savage 21, Ekalaka 20, Turner 16, Broadus 16, Scobey 15, Jordan 15, Hot Springs 14, Westby-Grenora 13, Manhattan Christian 12, Bridger 12, St. Regis 12, Valley Christian 10, Frazer 10, Plentywood 8, Park City 7, Valier 6, Hays-Lodgepole 6, Harrison 6, Whitewater 6, Great Falls Central 4, Winnett-Grass Range 4, Cascade 4.

100: Mark Estes, Dru, 11.53; Corbin Wood, Enn, 11.61; Jeffrey Scholla, R-L, 11.71; Colton Wheeler, Val, 11.97; Tyrone Hageman, Jor, 12.02; Tanner Wood, Enn, 12.04.

200: Mark Estes, Dru, 22.97; Corbin Wood, Enn, 23.24; Jeffrey Scholla, R-L, 23.60; Jake Lockwood, Bro, 23.92; Colton Wheeler, Val, 24.00; Bryar Lange, Sav, 24.05.

400: Mark Estes, Dru, 50.39; Bryar Lange, Sav, 51.03; Eddie Harman, Tur, 52.50; Ryan Zentner, Bri, 52.98; Martin Farver, Sco, 52.99; Hunter Shelmerdine, SS, 53.04;

800: Eddie Harmon, Tur, 1:59.33; Logan Maughan, SS, 2:00.27; Keagan Stroop, Belt, 2:00.57; Mitch Parcell, SS, 2:00.76; Kordell Carpenter, Den, 2:02.00; Damon Bird, FB, 2:03.19.

1,600: Evan Duggan, Dar, 4:37.13; Keagan Stroop, Belt, 4:41.68; Derik Defrance, Harr, 4:42.26; Jacob Jessen, WGR, 4:42.27; Grant Van Dyken, MaC, 4:42.40; Kordel Carpenter, Den, 4:44.47.

3,200: Evan Duggan, Dar, 10:03.28; Keagan Stroop, Belt, 10:15.08; Isiah Runs Above, H-LP, 10:15.37; Gus Dines, Rob, 10:24.15; Wills Degrandpre, Charlo, 10:24.81; Tyson Flickinger, PW, 10:39.65.

110 hurdles: Tanner Fix, Eka, 15.68; Kye McCollaum, Dar, 15.73; Benjami Tuinstra, VaC, 16.42; Wick Cole, Sco, 16.73; Trevor Paro, HS, 17.16; Toby Odom, Charlo, 17.52.

300 hurdles: Tanner Fix, Eka, 40.95; Kye McCollaum, Dar, 41.08; Riley Linder, Sco, 41.58; Benjami Tuinstra, VaC, 41.90; Tate Lunde, Wib, 42.64; Rhet Woodhall, S-G, 42.85.

400 relay: Ennis (Corbin Wood, Tanner Wood, Austin Baum, Ty Morgan), 44.40; Richey-Lambert, 45.15; Charlo, 45.22; Park City, 45.64; Seeley-Swan, 45.72; Fairview, 45.85.

1,600 relay: Seeley-Swan (Logan Robinson, Hunter Shelmerdine, Keaton Johnson, Logan Maughan), 3:32.84; Charlo, 3:34.64; Richey-Lambert, 3:36.09; Ennis, 3:37.07; Park City, 3:39.02; Scobey, 3:40.08.

High jump: Allexander Kosel, Rob, 6-02; Kade Guenther, W-G, 6-0; Tyrone Hageman, Jor, 6-0; Ryan Zentner, Bri, 6-0; Corbin Wood, Enn, 6-0; Hayden Heilig, Moore, 5-10.

Long jump: Garrett Greslin, Bro, 21-9; Allexander Kosel, Rob, 20-11 1/4; Corbin Wood, Enn, 20-9 3/4; Trevor Paro, HS, 20-8; Tanner Wood,Enn, 20-4; Bryar Lange, Sav, 20-2 1/2.

Triple jump: Bryar Lange, Sav, 43-10; Trevor Paro, HS, 43-02 ¼; Allexander Kosel, Rob, 42-05 ¾; Dylan Webster, Bri, 42-0 ¼; Cody Asbeck, Fai, 41-06; Cory Richter, C-J, 41-05 ½.

Shot put: Ty Morgan, Enn, 55-09 ¼; Dallas Reese, Fra, 53-01 ¾; Kade Guenther, W-G, 48-04 ¼; Noah Ambuehl, GFC, 47-06 ½; Jayson Jackson, Fra, 45-03 ½; Wade Schneider, Chi, 44-09 ½.

Discus: Ty Morgan, Enn, 154-9; Brock Cantrell-Field, St.R, 144-7; Trace Simonson, WW, 143-04; Jaren Maki, Belt, 136-2; Jay Randall, Bro, 134-6; Sol Arno, RPR, 133-9.

Javelin: John Beckers, Dar, 185-10; Casey Watson, R-L, 180-1; Tyrone Hageman, Jor, 172-1; Brock Cantrell-Field, St.R, 165-3; Tucker Gaustad, Sco, 164-3; Connor McNeil, PC, 162-3.

Pole vault: Lincoln Young, MaC, 13-06; Nate Harris, PW, 12-0; Landers Smith, Charlo, 12-0; Zacha Riphenburg, Casc, 12-0; Carson Norskog, S-G, 11-06; Owen Nelson, Sav, 11-06.

GIRLS

Team scores: Fort Benton 72, Manhattan Christian 56.33, Twin Bridges 46, Seeley-Swan 32, Westby-Grenora 32, Winnett-Grass Range 26, Drummond 25, Arlee 25, Park City 22, Plains 20, Ennis 20, West Yellowstone 16, Scobey 16, Darby 13, Chinook 12, Bridger 11, Jordan 9, Alberton-Superior 9, Charlo 8, Broadus 7, Victor 6, Wibaux 6, Nashua 5, Prazer 4, Belt 4, Geraldine 4, Cascade 3, St. Regis 3, Terry 3, Richey-Lambert 2.33, Saco 2.33, Broadview-Lavina 2, Sheridan 2, Hot Springs 1, Plentywood 1, Lima 1.

100: Maddy Thompson, FB, 13.09; Zoe Delaney, WGR, 13.13; Faith Shepard, MaC, 13.24; Claire Fickler, Dru, 13.30; Madison Hill, St.R, 13.36; Alex Bohlman, SS, 13.36.

200: Zoe Delaney, WGR, 26.33; Megan Molyneaux, Chi, 26.76; Alex Bohlman, SS, 27.00; Kinley Peterson, W-G, 27.39; Claire Fickler Dru, 27.44; Rochelle Chaffin, Chi, 27.47.

400: Alex Veltkamp, MaC, 57.90; Zoe Delaney, WGR, 58.80; Megan Bausch, TB, 58.84; Kinley Peterson, W-G, 58.87; Claire Fickler, Dru, 1:00.22; Leah Gannon, FB, 1:00.46.

800: Alex Veltkamp, MaC, 2:23.02; Kinley Peterson, W-G, 2:23.25; Kaitlyn Bird, FB, 2:23.59; Natalie Yocum, Arl, 2:24.32; Mayson Hudyma, Sco, 2:24.68; Reata Crafton, Lima, 2:27.39.

1,600: Kaitlyn Bird, FB, 5:23.53; Natalie Yocum, Arl, 5:23.78; Averi Parker, WY, 5:32.69; Gracie Lang, Dar, 5:34.12; Christina Eike, Cas, 5:37.83; Laiten Lantis, Ter, 5:38.96.

3,200: Averi parker, WY, 12:03.05; Gracie Lang, Dar, 12:11.05; Natalie Yocum, Arl, 12:15.08; Sabrina Bryant, Dru, 12:41.42; Laiten Lantis, Ter, 12:45.94; Christina Eike, Casc, 12:49.73.

100 hurdles: Kailee Oliverson, TB, 15.63; Tia Hallock, Sco, 16.11; Rayna Laakso, PC, 16.16; Carly Hergett, Arl, 16.29; Desiree Scott, Bri, 16.62; Casey Ehmann, Dar, 17.03.

300 hurdles: Kailee Oliverson, TB, 45.79; Allie Delaney, Charlo, 47.72; Tia Hallock, Sco, 47.74; Kaitlyn Bird, FB, 47.88; Shel Branstetter, PC, 47.95; Desiree Scott, Bri, 48.24.

400 relay: Twin Bridges (Clancy Phillips, Kailee Oliverson, Megan Bausch, Michaela Madden), 50.37; Westby-Grenora, 50.58; Manhattan Christian, 50.72; Fort Benton, 50.91; Chinook, 51.16; Seeley-Swan, 51.51.

1600 relay: Twin Bridges (Michaela Madden, Kailee Oliverson, Audrey George, Megan Bausch), 4:08.15; Westby-Grenora, 4:09.19; Fort Benton, 4:12. 51; Seeley-Swan, 4:14.97; Drummond, 4:20.92; Chinook, 4:22.16.

High jump: Jourdain Klein, Enn, 5-05; Morgan Radtke, Dru, 5-02; Sage Collins, Bro, 5-02; Mya Fourstar, Fra, 5-0; Nicole Axtman, FB, 5-0; Brenna Osksa, PW, 5-0.

Long jump: Alex Veltkamp, MaC, 17-2; Maddy Thompson, FB, 16-9; Leah Gannon, FB, 16-7 1/2; Faith Shepard, MaC, 16-6 1/2; Carly Hergett, Arl, 16-5 1/2; Madison Hill, St.R, 16-5.

Triple jump: Jourdain Klein, Enn, 36-0 ¼; Desiree Scott, Bri, 34-08; MacKinzie Verke, PC, 34-06 ¼; Morgan Radtke, Dru, 33-04 ¼; Carly Hergett, Arl, 33-03 ¼.

Shot put: Jessica Thompson, Pla, 38-06 ½; Tarissa Phipps, Jor, 36-06 ¾; Coya Nack, FB, 36-03 ½; Shyanne Clark, Ger, 36-03; Janie Smart, Sher, 35-05; Taylor Laumeyer, Nas, 35-0.

Discus: Jessica Thompson, Pla, 124-11; Bridget Kelly, MaC, 122-3; Payton Tillotson, Vic, 120-8; Taylor Laumeyer, Nas, 112-11; Chloe Hanser, B-L, 111-1; Tarissa Phipps, Jor, 109-4.

Javelin: Alex Bohlman, SS, 139-08; Brittany Frank, PC, 127-05; Toni Schieffer, Wib, 122-11; Dani Urick, Belt, 122-01; Hailey Kelly, CF, 121-03; Karly Lawson, HS, 117-07.

Pole vault: Cera Strumpfer, SS, 9-0; Maddy Thompson, FB, 9-0; Emma Duboise, A-S, 9-0; Faith Shepard, MaC, 8-6; Bailey Funk, Sac, 8-6; Tori Cundiff, R-L, 8-6.

Friday, May 26th 2017
State Class B/C Softball Tournament
The Scotties had a slow start on Thursday in their first game against St. Ignatius/Charlo/Arlee loosing 7-6 in 7 innings for their first double elimination game.

A low-scoring game followed as they started out Friday against Shepherd, coming out on top winning 3-2 in 7 innings.

They warmed up for their second game against Huntley Project, defeating them 13-3 in just 5 innings.

Finishing up their Friday with a rematch against St. Ignatius/Charlo/Arlee, losing after a very long game 7-6 in 11 innings, finishing their season in 4th place.

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