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Sunday, September 24th 2017
Saturday College Football Scores
Eastern Washington 48, U of M 41
MSU 49, UND 21
NDSU 56, Robert Morris 0
Rocky Mountain 31, College of Idaho 7
Montana Western 61, MSU-Northern 7
Montana Tech 62, Eastern Oregon 14
Southern Oregon 35, Carroll College 14
Dickinson State 52, Mayville State 7
Winona State (MN) 47, Minot State 7

Sunday, September 24th 2017
Scottie Cross Country Results From Havre Invite
Varsity Girls: Havre 45, Fergus 51, Glasgow 64, Browning 100, Cut Bank 122, Poplar 125, Sunburst NS, Heart Butte NS, Frazer NS, Winnett NS, Shelby NS, Malta NS, Dodson NS, Rocky Boy NS

Emily Kolstad 5th 22:27.81
Ali Cunningham 11th 23:16.47
Brooke Westby 15th 23:33.92
Katie Kaiser 24th 24:22.49
Alaina Sallee 27th 24:41.23
Lauren Padden 31st 25:48.63

Varsity Boys: Havre 49, Browning 55, Fergus 58, Glasgow 79, Poplar 117, Shelby 176, Frazer NS, Sunburst NS, Hays LodgePole NS, Rocky Boy NS, Dodson NS, Belt/Centerville NS

Ellis McKean 4th 17:55.09
Merlin McKean 9th 18:26.09
Jacob Meiers 20th 19:17.72
Colin Jamba 31st 20:20.30
Kaden Zimmerman 33rd 20:33.74
Carl Zabrocki 37th 21:02.40
Colton Pewitt 39th 21:05.77

JV Boys: Browning 32, Havre 50, Fergus 54, Glasgow 93, Frazer NS, Dodson NS, Heart Butte NS, Hobson NS, Harlem NS, Geyser NS, Shelby NS, Poplar NS

Garrett Lloyd 14th 21:36.08
Tanner Overby 20th 21:58.07
Jaysen Turner 24th 22:31.16
Trevor Johnson 25th 22:35.01
Trevor Shipp 33rd 23:18.07
Keevan Sibley 41st 25:06.10
Jordan Billingsley 44th 26:46.15

Next at Culbertson on Tuesday and Glasgow Invitational on Saturday
Sunday, September 24th 2017
Scottie Volleyball Results From Saturday At Dickinson Invitational
Baker defeats Glasgow: 25-20, 23-25, 25-20
Glendive defeats Glasgow: 25-20, 25-27, 25-12
Sidney defeats Glasgow: 25-16, 18-25, 25-22
Sunday, September 24th 2017
Saturday Prep Volleyball Results
Wolf Point def. Harlem

25-16, 25-18, 26-28, 25-14

Harlem: Kills 14 (Eleesha Bell 5, Skylee Dirden 5). Blocks 4 (Bell 2). Aces 15 (Aria Owens 4). Digs 47 (Dirden 12). Assists 12 (Taeshon Sheaffer 8).

Wolf Point: Kills 26 (Abby Juve 6). Blocks 2 (Juve 2). Aces 27 (Lindsay Netzger 7). Digs 26 (Madison Kinzie 8). Assists 24 (Netzger 13).

Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale def. Brockton

25-6, 25-11, 25-14

Brockton: No statistics available

Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale: Kills: 10 (Jada Sudbreck 4). Assists: 9 (Casity Boucher 6). Aces: 22 (Danika Soper 7). Digs: N/A. Blocks: 1 (Sudbreck 1).

Ekalaka def. Jordan

25-11, 25-14, 25-16

Jordan: (team totals) Kills: 7. Assists: 4. Aces: 2. Digs: 48. Blocks: 3.

Ekalaka: Kills: 21 (Claire Callahan 17). Assists: 16 (Whitney Kittelmann 10). Aces: 23 (Tori Tooke 8, Kennedy Tooke 8). Digs: 11 (Kittelmann 3, Heather LaBree 3). Blocks: 1 (Callahan 1).

Glasgow JV def. Lustre Christian

26-24, 25-22, 22-25, 19-25, 15-10

Glasgow JV: Stats not reported.

Lustre Christian: Kills 37 (Sadie Brown 13). Blocks 7 (Brown 2, Kassie Kirkaldie 2). Aces 19 (Lily Short 6). Digs 89 Kaitlyn Toavs 20). Assists 27 (Kirkaldie 21).

Sunday, September 24th 2017
Prep Football Scores For September 23rd
Centerville 64, Simms 12
Grass Range-Winnett 60, Roy-Winifred 0
Great Falls Central 71, Box Elder 0
Jordan 95, Bainville 56
North Star 48, Augusta 0
St. Regis 66, Lima 0
West Yellowstone 56, Lincoln 18
Wibaux 28, Terry 8
Saturday, September 23rd 2017
Friday High School Football Scores
Friday
Baker wins by forfeit over Poplar
Big Timber 33, Townsend 0
Chinook 50, Rocky Boy 0
Circle 56, Lodge Grass 8
Colstrip 15, Huntley Project 14
Columbus 46, Red Lodge 0
Eureka 49, Anaconda 7
Fairfield 45, Cut Bank 0
Forsyth 54, Fairview 8
Glendive 36, Havre 26
Jefferson 39, Manhattan 7
Malta 49, Wolf Point 0
Miles City 27, Hardin 0
Missoula Loyola 54, Thompson Falls 6
Richey-Lambert 52, Center-Stanton ND 6
Roundup 42, Shepherd 16
Scobey 70, Culbertson 18
Shelby 61, Harlem 12
Sidney 38, Lewistown 0
Westby-Grenora 65, Ekalaka 7
Whitehall 46, Three Forks 6

Thursday
Missoula Sentinel 41, Butte 30

Saturday, September 23rd 2017
Friday High School Volleyball Scores
Billings West def. Glasgow 25-10, 25-9, 25-13
Bismarck St. Mary def. Glasgow 25-19, 25-17, 25-12
Glasgow def. Killdeer 25-12, 25-21, 25-17

Wolf Point def. Circle 22-25, 25-18, 25-13, 23-25, 15-10
Shelby def. Conrad 25-17, 22-25, 25-19, 25-15
Choteau def. Cut Bank 25-18, 25-7, 21-25, 25-13
Bainville def. Culbertson 25-15, 25-12, 25-13
Scobey def. Lustre Christian 26-24, 25-16, 25-10

Saturday, September 23rd 2017
Saturday College Football Schedule
Eastern Washington @ Montana (5:30 p.m. pre-game, 6 p.m. kick-off on KLTZ)
Montana State @ UND, 1:30 p.m.
College of Idaho @ Rocky Mountain, 1 p.m.
Montana Western @ MSU-Northern, 1 p.m.
Eastern Oregon @ Montana Tech, 1 p.m.
Carroll @ Southern Oregon, 1 p.m.
Dickinson State @ Mayville State, noon
Saturday, September 23rd 2017
Conrad Defeats Glasgow In Northern B Football Action
1Q Half 3Q Final
Conrad 16 16 24 31
Glasgow 0 0 0 0
Saturday, September 23rd 2017
Eastern Washington 48, U of M 41
1Q Half 3Q Final
University of Montana 14 24 27 41
Eastern Washington 3 6 27 48
Friday, September 22nd 2017
Scobey Defeats Lady Scotties In Thursday Night Volleyball Match
Scobey Defeated Glasgow 16-25, 18-25, 25-23, 25-23, 15-10

Stats leaders:
Kills - Baylie Chappell (12)
Blocks - Hannah Mickelson (5)
Aces - Rochelle Glaser (4)
Digs - Baylie Chappell (11)
Assists - Rochelle Glaser (37)

Thursday, September 21st 2017
Coach's Corner Interviews
Wednesday, September 20th 2017
Frazer Cross Country Results
Team Scores Unavailable
Scottie Girls:
1. Emily Kolstad, 21:10
5. Ali Cunningham, 22:11
10. Katie Kaiser, 23:18
11. Alaina Sallee, 23:18
15. Brooke Westby, 24:12
27. Mattea Piersak, 27:31
30 Alexus Nistler, 29:38

Scottie Boys:
3. Ellis McKean, 16:58
4. Ike Braaten, 17:03
5. Merlin McKean, 17:10
7. Wilson Overby, 17:19
15. Carl Zabrocki, 19:34
17. Jake Meiers, 19:41
27. Kaden Zimmerman, 20:16
28. Colton Pewitt, 20:16
37. Garrett Lloyd, 21:14
40. Trevor Johnson, 21:25
41. Tanner Overby, 21:30
47. Jaysen Turner, 22:34
49. John Cremer, 22:52
62. Keevan Sibley, 26:25
63. Jordan Billingsley, 26:54

Monday, September 18th 2017
Weekly Sports Calendar
Scottie Volleyball
Glasgow @ Sidney (C/JV/V) 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19
Scobey @ Glasgow (C/JV/V) 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21
Glasgow @ Dickinson Invitational, Friday & Saturday, Sept. 22-23

Scottie Cross Country
@ Frazer Invitational, 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19
@ Havre Invitational, 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 23

Scottie Football
Glasgow @ Conrad, 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23

Junior Varsity
J.V. Football @ Malta, 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25

Middle School
6th-8th grade cross country @ Frazer Invitational Tuesday, Havre Invitational Saturday
7th-8th grade football @ Sidney, 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23
7th-8th grade volleyball @ Malta Jamboree, 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 16

Monday, September 18th 2017
Sports Broadcasts This Week
Wednesday: Coach’s Corner, 6:30 p.m. KLTZ
Saturday: Saturday Morning Sports Show, 8 a.m. KLTZ
Saturday: High School Football - Glasgow @ Conrad, 3 p.m. kick-off (Mix-93)
College Football – Eastern Washington @ University of Montana, 6 p.m. kick-off (KLTZ)
Sunday, September 17th 2017
Saturday Prep Football Scoreboard
SATURDAY

Arlee 50, Troy 12

Big Sandy 56, Heart Butte 19

Box Elder 22, Hays-Lodgepole 6

Bridger 65, Roy-Winifred 0

Centerville 56, Cascade 24

Ennis 76, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 35

Geraldine/Highwood 44, Augusta 12

Great Falls Central 38, Choteau 12

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 40, Absarokee 14

Power-Dutton-Brady 62, North Star 25

Richey-Lambert 67, Froid/Medicine Lake Coop 6

Savage 98, Mandaree, N.D. 0

Shepherd 42, Hardin 6

Simms 76, Rocky Boy 30

West Yellowstone 42, St. Regis 0

White Sulphur Springs 58, Noxon 6

Wibaux 38, Jordan 35

Winnett-Grass Range 66, Fromberg 6

Sunday, September 17th 2017
Prep Volleyball Scores From Saturday
Glasgow def. Harlem 25-16, 25-7, 25-11

Glasgow – Kills 17 (B. Chappell 5); Blocks 5 (J. Kennedy 2); Aces 11 (K. Schmidt 4); Digs 7 (K. Schmidt 3); Assists 15 (R. Glaser 15).

Harlem – no stats available.


North Country def. Poplar 25-23, 25-16, 25-15

North Country – Kills 21 (Mickayla Johnson 6); Blocks 5 (Jada Sudbrack 4); Aces 16 (Sudbrack 7); Digs 50 (Sudbrack 15); Assists 29 (Casity Boucher 25).

Poplar – Kills 8 (Keally Genia 4); Blocks 1 (Genia); Aces 13 (Lily Taflan 5); Digs 6 (Mia Frederick 3); Assists 7 (Hailey Brunelle 5).

Sunday, September 17th 2017
Saturday Regional College Football Scores
Montana 56, Savannah State 3
Montana Tech 34, Rocky Mountain College 28
Southern Oregon 52, Montana Western 28
Carroll College 34, Montana State Northern 3
South Dakota 45, UND 7
SW Minnesota State 28, Minot State 20
Saturday, September 16th 2017
Friday's Football Scores
From The Associated Press
PREP FOOTBALL

Baker 40, Wolf Point 0

Belgrade 43, Havre 6

Belt 46, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 0

Billings Central 35, Hardin 7

Billings Senior 36, Great Falls Russell 16

Billings West 31, Great Falls 20

Butte 31, Bozeman 7

Butte Central 42, Libby 0

Charlo 52, St. Ignatius 14

Colstrip 31, Roundup 14

Cut Bank 65, Harlem 0

Dillon 47, Ronan 0

Fairfield 46, Glasgow/Hinsdale/Nashua 0

Fairview 48, Circle 40

Forsyth 42, Lodge Grass 8

Fort Benton 36, Chinook 2

Frenchtown 42, Browning 16

Hamilton 48, Polson 6

Helena Capital 34, Billings Skyview 14

Huntley Project 45, Anaconda 0

Jefferson (Boulder) 35, Columbus 6

Joliet 50, Harlowton 12

Laurel 20, Livingston 14

Malta-Whitewater-Saco 44, Conrad 14

Manhattan 20, Townsend 14

Miles City 19, Lewistown (Fergus) 2

Missoula Big Sky 45, Missoula Hellgate 8

Missoula Loyola 44, Deer Lodge 8

Mon-Dak 30, Bainville 19

Park City 73, Broadview-Lavina 0

Plains def. Hot Springs, forfeit

Reed Point-Rapelje 51, Northern Cheyenne 6

Scobey-Opheim 64, Plentywood 14

Shepherd def. Poplar, forfeit

Sidney 21, Glendive 2

Thompson Falls 28, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 0

Three Forks 7, Red Lodge 0

Valley Christian 48, Lincoln 12

Victor 72, Clark Fork 40

Whitehall 22, Big Timber 7

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Bigfork vs. Eureka, ppd.

Helena vs. Kalispell Glacier, ppd.

Kalispell Flathead vs. Missoula Sentinel, ppd.

Whitefish vs. Corvallis, ppd.
Some scores provided by Scorestream.com, http://scorestream.com/

Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Saturday, September 16th 2017
Friday Volleyball Scores
Wolf Point def. Poplar 25-13, 25-18, 25-9

North Country def. Lustre Christian 25-18, 25-21, 25-17
North Country: Kills 34 (Jada Sudbrack 10, Mickayla Johnson 10). Blocks 5 (Johnson). Aces 13 (Johnson 4). Digs 10 (Johnson 3). Assists 20 (Casity Boucher 17).

Lustre Christian: Kills 11 (Kassie Kirkaldie 3, Sadie Brown 3). Blocks 2. Aces 10 (Emily Eggar 4, Kylie Kirkaldie 4). Digs 24 (Ka. Kirkaldie 7). Assists 52 (Ky. Kirkaldie 25).

Plentywood def. Froid-Lake 25-22, 25-21, 25-27, 20-25, 15-12

Terry def. Circle 18-25, 28-26, 18-25, 25-15, 15-11

Saturday Matches:
Harlem @ Glasgow (C/JV/V) starting @ 1 p.m.
North Country vs. Poplar in Whitewater @ 5 p.m.
Opheim/Nashua @ Scobey @ 5:30 p.m.

Saturday, September 16th 2017
Saturday College Football Schedule
Savannah State @ University of Montana, 12:30 pre-game, kick-off 1 p.m. on KLTZ
Montana Tech @ Rocky Mountain, 1 p.m.
MSU-Northern @ Carroll College, 1 p.m.
Southern Oregon @ Montana Western,1 p.m.

Saturday, September 16th 2017
U of M obliterates Savannah State 56-3.
1Q Half 3Q Final
University of Montana 14 35 49 56
Savannah State 0 3 3 3
Friday, September 15th 2017
Fairfield beats Glasgow 46-0
1Q Half 3Q Final
Glasgow 0 0 0 0
Fairfield 26 40 46 46
Thursday, September 14th 2017
KLTZ Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulation to Baylie Chappell, the KLTZ Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week. Baylie helped the Scottie volleyball team to a huge conference win over Wolf Point on Friday night.

Baylie had 11 kills and 11 digs in Glasgow's 25-20, 14-25, 29-27, 20-25, 15-9 win over the Lady Wolves on Friday night.

Sunday, September 10th 2017
Saturday Prep Football Scores
Class A

Corvallis 37, Polson 14
Hamilton 57, Browning 22

Class B

Bigfork 14, Florence 8
Colstrip 38, Glasgow 6
Eureka 45, Thompson Falls 0

8-man

Fairview 102, Lame Deer 0
Great Falls Central 64, Hays-Lodgepole 6
Plentywood 56, St. Labre 0
Victor 30, Seeley-Swan 8

6-man

Bainville 91, Ekalaka 65
Geraldine-Highwood 59, Heart Butte 14
Lincoln 32, Lima 26
Reed Point-Rapelje 50, Roy-Winifred 22
Sunburst 49, North Star 13
Terry 43, Grass Range-Winnett 22
Valier 80, Augusta 0
West Yellowstone 51, Noxon 24
White Sulphur Springs 56, St. Regis 13

Sunday, September 10th 2017
Saturday Montana College Football Scores
COLLEGE

S. Dakota State 31, Montana State 27

Washington 63, Montana 7

Rocky Mountain 40, Carroll College 14

Montana Tech 70, Montana State-Northern 27

Sunday, September 10th 2017
Class C Volleyball From Saturday
Class C

Wibaux Invitational

Championship: Wibaux def. Fairview 25-23, 26-28, 25-23

Consolation: Broadus def. Circle 25-18, 25-22

Pool play: Fairview def. Circle 25-24, 25-15; Wibaux def. Savage 25-24, 25-12; Broadus def. Nashua 25-17, 25-13; Scobey def. Ekalaka 25-16, 25-15; Wibaux split Fairview 25-18, 23-25; Savage split Circle 25-16, 15-25; Ekalaka def. Nashua 25-10, 25-10; Broadus def. Scobey 25-23, 25-23; Savage split Ekalaka 25-20, 19-25; Circle def. Nashua 25-13, 25-6; Wibaux def. Scobey 25-15, 25-19; Fairview def. Broadus 25-23, 25-17; Broadus split Savage 25-19, 22-25; Wibaux def. Nashua 25-9, 25-2; Circle def. Scobey 25-23, 25-23; Fairview def. Ekalaka 25-19, 25-21

Froid-Lake Invitational

Championship: Plentywood def. Froid-Lake 25-23, 25-21

Semifinals: Froid-Lake def. Terry 25-21, 29-27; Plentywood def. Westby-Grenora 21-25, 25-22, 15-9

Quarterfinals: Froid-Lake def. Culbertson 25-15, 25-10; Terry def. Jordan 25-21, 25-19; Plentywood def. Saco-Whitewather-Hinsdale 25-18, 25-12; Westby-Grenora def. Richey-Lambert 19-25, 25-20, 15-13.

Saturday, September 9th 2017
Colstrip Defeats Glasgow 38-6
1Q Half 3Q Final
Glasgow 0 0 6 6
Colstrip 6 18 32 38
Saturday, September 9th 2017
Malta Athletic Club Invitational Cross Country Results
September 9, 2017

Girls: Havre 56, Glasgow 60, Poplar 107, Malta 115, Richey/Lambert NS (No Score), Frazer NS, Circle NS, Shelby NS, Winnett NS, Dodson NS, Rocky Boy NS, Brockton NS, Plentywood NS

Emily Kolstad 5th 22:06
Alaina Sallee 11th 23:06
Katie Kaiser 13th 23:44
Lauren Padden 15th 23:52
Ali Cunningham 16th 24:05
Brooke Westby 23rd 26:07

JV Girls

Mattea Piersak 5th 28:22
Alexus Nistler 9th 32:17

Boys: Glasgow 34, Havre 64, Richey/Lambert 69, Poplar 122, Wolf Point 162, Shelby 192, Plentywood 234, Hays/Lodge Pole NS, Frazer NS, Box Elder NS, Brockton NS, Dodson NS, Harlem NS

Ellis McKean 3rd 17:18
Ike Braaten 4th 17:18
Merlin McKean 5th 17:19
Wilson Overby 7th 17:34
Jacob Meiers 15th 18:49
Colin Jamba 25th 19:40
Kaden Zimmerman 30th 20:31

JV Boys

Colton Pewitt 4th 20:38
Tanner Overby 6th 20:57
Carl Zabrocki 9th 21:15
Trevor Shipp 12th 21:18
Garrett Lloyd 13th 21:20
Jaysen Turner 22nd 23:47
Trevor Johnson 24th 24:02
Keevan Sibley 30th 25:28
Jordan Billingsley 32nd 26:47

Next at: Frazer on Thursday and Culbertson on Saturday
Saturday, September 9th 2017
Friday Football Scoreboard
AP-MT-FBH--Prep Scores/272
Friday's Scores
The Associated Press


PREP FOOTBALL

Belt 63, Box Elder 0

Billings Central 49, Glendive 20

Billings Senior 32, Billings Skyview 14

Billings West 27, Kalispell Flathead 20

Bozeman 7, Kalispell Glacier 6

Bridger 72, Fromberg 16

Broadus 16, Culbertson 14

Butte Central 49, Whitefish 7

Cascade 40, Chinook 20

Centerville 72, Rocky Boy 20

Choteau 68, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 20

Cut Bank 33, Conrad 20

Dillon 16, Columbia Falls 14

Fairfield 34, Missoula Loyola 10

Flint Creek 54, Clark Fork 14

Forsyth 46, Circle 18

Fort Benton 72, Simms 24

Great Falls Russell 29, Missoula Big Sky 22

Harlowton 40, Absarokee 14

Helena 67, Missoula Hellgate 6

Huntley Project def. Poplar, forfeit

Jefferson (Boulder) 47, Three Forks 0

Joliet 50, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 18

Jordan 66, Froid/Medicine Lake Coop 12

Laurel 42, Havre 21

Lewistown (Fergus) 27, Livingston 6

Lone Peak 42, Broadview-Lavina 6

Manhattan 24, Big Timber 22

Miles City 26, Belgrade 14

Missoula Sentinel 28, Great Falls 6

Mon-Dak 36, Richey-Lambert 18

Park City 60, Gardiner 6

Power-Dutton-Brady 37, Big Sandy 28

Roundup 20, Baker/Plevna 9

Scobey-Opheim 82, Lodge Grass 0

Shelby 37, Malta-Whitewater-Saco 22

Shepherd 63, Wolf Point 0

Shields Valley 65, Northern Cheyenne 0

Sidney 34, Hardin 7

St. Ignatius def. Hot Springs, forfeit

Townsend 31, Columbus 18

Twin Bridges 40, Darby 32

Valley Christian 64, Sheridan 44

Whitehall 41, Red Lodge 7

Wibaux 41, Savage 0

Winnett-Grass Range def. Custer-Hysham, forfeit

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Anaconda vs. Deer Lodge, ppd.

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Some scores provided by Scorestream.com, http://scorestream.com/
Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Saturday, September 9th 2017
Friday Volleyball Scores
Glasgow def. Wolf Point 25-20, 14-25, 29-27, 20-25, 15-9

Scobey def. North Country 14-25, 26-6, 25-16, 25-14

Saturday, September 9th 2017
Glasgow Middle School Boys Win Home Meet; Girls Second To Poplar
Glasgow Middle School boys cross country runners swept the top four places at their home meet last Friday to take first place in team rankings. The Scottie girls finished second to a strong Poplar team.

The 1.5-mile race, which was held at Sullivan Park, featured teams from around the region. On the boys’ side, 35 runners competed, from Poplar, Plentywood, Frazier, and Frontier. Colter Barnett took his second championship of the season, running the course in 9:25 to lead by nearly a minute. Blake Lloyd, Lane Thompson, and Ted Tryan finished in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, respectively. The Scotties’ fifth scorer, sixth-grader Eli Feezell, took 14th place.

The Scotties tallied just 24 team points, easily beating Plentywood, with 50 points, Frontier, with 83, and Poplar, with 90 team points.

On the girls side, Iris McKean took second place behind Plentywood’s Annie Kaul. McKean ran the 1.5-mile course in 10:05. Other Scottie scorers included Emily See (8th place), Stevie Hartwell (11th place), Kira Beck (14th), and Haylly Turner (15th).

The Poplar girls tallied just 29 points to take the team title, followed by Glasgow with 50 team points, Plentywood with 58, and Frazer with 157 points. Circle and Frontier did not field complete teams.

The Scottie Middle School team travels to Frazer for the annual Frazer Invitational on Thursday, Sept. 14.

Here are complete results, with times and places, for Scottie harriers at the Sullivan Park meet.

GIRLS
2. Iris McKean (10:04); 8. Emily See (11:33); 11. Stevie Hartwell (12:06); 14. Kira Beck (12:19); 15. Haylly Turner (12:26); 16. Eve Stone (12:27); 24. Isabelle Hood (13:27); 26. Shawna Buckles (13:35); 27. Ali Kuka (13:38); 37. Alesia Hopstad (14:33); 42. Myalya Grandchamp (15:57); 46. Emma Cook (16:12); 47. Brooklynn Hallock (16:15); 48. Mayme Collins (16:21); 57. Reannah Hopstad (18:32); 59. Haley Stanley (19:27); 60. Thea Moore (19:35); 64. Chantaya Amundson (24:09)

BOYS
1.Colter Barnett (9:25); 2. Blake Lloyd (10:21); 3. Lane Thompson (10:26); 4. Ted Tryan (10:29); 14. Eli Feezell (11:43); 16. Jackson Bishop (12:01); 17. Toryn Richards (12:03); 21. Zavier Urbin (12:25); 25. Reed Larson (13:53); 27. Dean Lewis (14:02); 29. Dylan Hlad (14:39); 33. Sam Knierim (17:18)

Saturday, September 9th 2017
Montana State Defeated by South Dakota State in close game 31-27
1Q Half 3Q Final
Montana State 0 7 21 27
South Dakota State 10 17 24 31
Friday, September 8th 2017
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to Baylie Chappell, the Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week. The senior helped lead the Glasgow volleyball team to a first place finish at the Chinook Invitational last weekend.
Thursday, September 7th 2017
Glasgow Football Defeats Harlem 66-0
1Q Half 3Q Final
Harlem 0 0 0 0
Glasgow 12 42 49 66
Tuesday, September 5th 2017
Hi-Line Youth Hockey Registration Begins
Hi-Line Youth Hockey REGISTRATION has begun for 2017-2018 Glasgow Ice Dawg Hockey season. League play commitment date for ALL league players is September 18th. Players may register online anytime up until September 18th at www.hlyh.org .

Registration for ALL groups which include the following:
Termites – 6 and under
Mites – 7 and 8 year olds
Squirts – 9 and 10 yr olds
Pee Wee – 11 and 12 yr olds
Bantam – 13 and 14 yr olds
Girls – 13 and under
Girls High School
Boys High School
Adult – Men and Women

Players MUST register with USA Hockey at usahockey.com prior to registration with HLYH. A USA Hockey player registration confirmation & certified copy the player’s birth certificate of ALL tyke/mite, 1st year Squirt & new Squirt and up players MUST be sent to Heather Dulaney @ 20 Robertson Ct Glasgow, MT 59230 along with a Volunteer Check of $200.00 for Tyke/Mite players & $400.00 for Squirt & up players (both postdated 4/01/18). USA Hockey fees are waived for 6 years old and under.

Player costs for HLYH are $120.00 for the 1st player, $115.00 for the 2nd, $110.00 for the 3rd with a family cap of $350.00. Mite player costs are $100.00 and a postdated Volunteer check of $200.00.

Adult player fees are $50.00 and a $200.00 postdated Volunteer check. HLYH provides equipment (excluding helmet) FREE to 1st year players and equipment rental is available if needed. SCHOLARSHIPS are available to all players.

ALL VOLUNTEER checks are returned @ the end of the season upon completion of Volunteer hours.
If you have any questions regarding registration please contact Heather Dulaney 406-263-8088 or Tami Burke at 406-480-2819.

Sunday, September 3rd 2017
Scottie Volleyball Team Claims Chinook Tourney Championship
Chinook Invitational

First round: Conrad def. Highwood-Geraldine 17-25, 25-17, 7-6; Simms def. Valier 25-18, 25-16

Quarterfinals: Malta def. Cut Bank 17-25, 25-17, 8-4; Chester-Joplin-Inverness def. Chinook 22-25, 25-15, 15-8; Shelby def. Simms 25-22, 18-25, 10-9; Glasgow def. Conrad 25-11, 25-15.

Loser out: Conrad def. Valier 24-25, 25-19, 10-8; Simms def. Highwood-Geraldine 25-8, 24-25, 15-7; Cut Bank def. Conrad 25-22, 25-19; Chinook def. Simms 25-21, 25-23.

Semifinals: Glasgow def. Malta 25-11, 25-20; Shelby def. CJI 25-20, 25-24.

Loser out: Cut Bank def. CJI 25-23, 25-24; Malta def. Chinook 25-21, 25-24

Championship: Glasgow def. Shelby 18-25, 25-16, 14-13.

Consolation championship: Cut Bank def. Malta 25-22, 17-25, 8-7

Sunday, September 3rd 2017
High School Football Scoreboard For Saturday, September 2nd
Saturday

Deer Lodge 54, Anaconda 48

Geraldine-Highwood 64, Grass Range-Winnett 39

Great Falls Central 22, Fort Benton 12

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 49, Gardiner 12

Laurel 34, Miles City 30

North Star 60, Custer-Hysham 26

Power-Dutton-Brady 47, Valley Christian 13

Rocky Boy 98, Hays-Lodgepole 96 (OT)

St. Ignatius 26, Victor 24

Sunburst 60, Noxon 30

Terry 50, Bainville 33

Valier 61, Lincoln 0

Wibaux 53, Froid-Lake 0

Sunday, September 3rd 2017
Saturday College Football Scoreboard
U of M 45, Valparaiso 23
Washington State 31, MSU 0
Rocky Mountain College 32, MSU-Northern 25
Weber State 76, Montana Western 0
NDSU 72, Mississippi Valley State 7
Utah 37, UND 16

Saturday, September 2nd 2017
Montana Defeats Valparaiso 45-23
1Q Half 3Q Final
Montana Grizzlies 10 17 24 45
Valparaiso Crusaders 6 13 13 23
Saturday, September 2nd 2017
Prep Football Scoreboard For Friday, September 1st
FRIDAY

Arlee 50, Twin Bridges 8

Belgrade 31, Livingston 16

Belt 36, Centerville 28

Bigfork 46, Anaconda 7

Billings Senior 43, Helena 19

Browning 62, Stevensville 20

Butte Central 39, Ronan 7

Cascade 48, Box Elder 8

Charlo 52, Clark Fork 14

Chinook 18, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 16

Choteau 48, Simms 8

Circle 56, Culbertson 16

Colstrip 20, Big Timber 6

Columbia Falls 23, Hamilton 20

Corvallis 35, Libby 7

Dillon 21, Polson 7

Ennis 56, Broadview-Lavina 12

Eureka 49, Conrad 14

Fairfield 41, Deer Lodge 6

Fairview 74, Lodge Grass 2

Flint Creek def. Hot Springs, forfeit

Florence 28, Salmon, Idaho 14

Forsyth 72, Plentywood 10

Frenchtown 35, Whitefish 3

Glasgow/Hinsdale/Nashua def. Poplar, forfeit

Glendive 28, Hardin 0

Great Falls 29, Billings Skyview 20

Great Falls Russell 21, Kalispell Glacier 14

Helena Capital 30, Kalispell Flathead 24

Jefferson (Boulder) 18, Shepherd 14

Lewistown (Fergus) 39, Havre 12

Malta-Whitewater-Saco 41, Roundup 14

Manhattan 24, Huntley Project 13

Missoula Big Sky 44, Missoula Sentinel 40

Missoula Loyola 9, Shelby 0

Mon-Dak 48, Bridger 47

Park City 20, Harlowton 12

Savage 32, Ekalaka 12

Scobey-Opheim 94, Lame Deer 0

Sheridan 45, Augusta 6

Sidney 28, Billings Central 19

Thompson Falls 19, Cut Bank 13

Townsend 35, Red Lodge 7

White Sulphur Springs 64, Reed Point-Rapelje 24

Whitehall 54, Glasgow/Hinsdale/Nashua 0

Wolf Point 50, Harlem 8

Saturday, September 2nd 2017
Scottie Volleyball Team Goes 3-1 In Pool Play At Chinook Invitational
Chinook Invitational

Pool A: Glasgow def. Chinook 30-24; Simms def. Highwood-Geraldine 30-17; Glasgow def. Cut Bank 30-19; Chinook def. Highwood-Geraldine 30-17; Cut Bank def. Simms 30-24; Glasgow def. Highwood-Geraldine 30-17; Chinook def. Cut Bank 30-19; Simms def. Glasgow 30-20; Cut Bank def. Highwood-Geraldine 30-22; Chinook def. Simms 30-18

Pool B: Chester-Joplin-Inverness def. Malta 30-26; Shelby def. Valier 30-11; Malta def. CJI JV 30-18; CJI def. Valier 30-17; Shelby def. Chinook JV 30-23; Malta def. Valier 30-16; CJI def. Chinook JV 30-18; Malta def. Shelby 30-27; Chinook JV def. Valier 30-17; Shelby def. CJI 30-14.

Bracket play, Saturday: Conrad vs. Highwood-Geraldine, 9 a.m.; Simms vs. Valier, 9 a.m. Malta vs. Cut Bank, 10 a.m.; CJI vs. Chinook, 10 a.m.; Glasgow vs. Conrad/Geraldine-Highwood winner, 11 a.m.; Shebly vs. Simms/Valier winner, 11 a.m.

Saturday, September 2nd 2017
North Country Defeats Nashua-Opheim In Class C Volleyball
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale def. Nashua-Opheim

25-10, 26-6, 25-14

S-W-H: Kills 19 (Jada Sudbrack 5, Mickayla Johnson 5). Blocks 2. Aces 20 (Johnson 6). Digs 7 (Bailey Funk 2). Assists 20 (Casity Boucher 19).

Nashua-Opheim: Stats not reported.

Saturday, September 2nd 2017
Scottie Boys Finish 6th And Scotties Girls 12th At Billings Invitational
Billings Invitational

at Amend Park

Boys

Team scores: Sheridan, Wyo., 74; Cody, Wyo., 119; Billings West 132; Billings Senior 151, Natrona County, Wyo., 155; Glasgow 172; Powell, Wyo., 190; Worland, Wyo., 199; Billings Skyview 202; Hardin 250; Laurel 295; Lewistown 303; St. Labre 383; Buffalo, Wyo., 386; Colstrip 396; Thunder Basin (Gillette), Wyo., 470; Shepherd 483; Sidney 486; Red Lodge 493; Lovell, Wyo., 494; Billings Central 520; Plenty Coups 611; Miles City 625.

Top 10: Brian Gonada, Sheridan, 16:36.78; Levi Taylor, Laurel, 16:36.90; Ethan Wilson, Senior, 16:55.5; Bailey Smith, Cody, 17:03.07; David Standish, Sheridan, 17:04.64; Logan Straus, West, 17:04.72; Jake Halligan, West, 17:04.78; Alan Merritt, Powell, 17:10.43; Kaeston Carothers, Natrona, 17:10.65; Tate Thompson, Billings Central, 17:13.44.

Others: Sam Fulbright, Lewistown, 17:14.82; Jadon Swalstad, Worland, 17:22.12; Bridger Lamb, Skyview, 17:22.3; Ellis McKean, Glasgow, 17:28.11; Ike Braaten, Glasgow, 17:28.34; Trajan Hill, Hardin, 17:31.58; Finn Bentler, Senior, 17:31.66; Alex Garber, Sheridan, 17:34.04; Owen Smith, Senior, 17:35.34; Nathan Kessler, Buffalo, 17:37.38.

Nate Yeadon, Natrona, 17:38.86; Boone Schmaltz, Roberts, 17:39; Hank Pretty On Top, Lodge Grass, 17:42.31; Dominik Gause-Leger, West, 17:44.2; Jon Sanchez, Cody, 17:46.02; Garett Avery, Sheridan, 17:46.3; Tucker Houlihan, Skyview, 17:52.24; Tymer Goss, Sheridan, 17:56.65; Tucker Lynn, Cody, 17:58.08; Andy Van Ornum, Roberts, 17:58.69.

Rylan Mocko, Worland, 17:59.08; Connor Fink, Sidney, 17:59.93; Wyatt Burichka, Cody, 18:00.24; Wilson Overby, Glasgow, 18:00.45; Tyler Pfeifer, Powell, 18:02.5; James Caldwell, Lovell, 18:02.12; Joey Hernandez, Powell, 18:06.48; Owen Preston, Cody, 18:07.07; Brennan Hagar, Natrona, 18:07.76; Ashe Sperry, Skyview, 18:15.18.

Merlin McKean, Glasgow, 18:16; David Prather, Hardin, 18:16.76; Nathaniel Nelson, Worland, 18:17.75; Drew Morris, Cody, 18:18.49; Victor Olvera, Worland, 18:19.45; Patrick Richardson, Shepherd, 18;21.53; Mason Henry, Natrona, 18:22.8; Connor Etzelmiller, Natrona, 18:25.86; Gavin Fairlee, Skyview, 18:26.78; Kobee Bigback, Colstrip, 18;31.34.

Logan Meyer, West, 18:31.38; Van Gottwals, West, 18:33.06; Goes Ahead Martin, Plenty Coups, 18:33.12; Taylan Alden, Hardin, 18:36.9; Hayden Gall, Senior, 18:37.04; Iven Pieper, Natrona, 18:37.11; Colin Queen, Powell, 18:38.71; Zach Mansheim, Thunder Basin, 18:40.24; Sam Fagan, West, 18:40.85; Ryler Melton, Lewistown, 18;41.78.

Joshua Sisolak, St. Labre, 18:42.1; Haden Wilson, Laurel, 18;43.7; Joseph Ross, Senior, 18:46.23; Cayden Redfield, Hardin, 18:51.21; Jayden Yates, Powell, 18:53.98; Logan Wisenbaugh, Lewistown, 18:54.99; Tegan Medicine Bull, St. Labre, 18:55.99; Peter Demars, West, 18:57.35; Chris Finch, Natrona, 18:58.14; Ethan Doty, Laurel, 18:58.56.

Wyatt Shaw, Sheridan, 18:59.14; Timothy Brown, Sheridan, 19:01.03; Jacob Velasquez, Buffalo, 19:01.17; Bernardine, Fisher, St. Labre, 19:01.79; Maddox Rubie, Red Lodge, 19:02.2; Quinton Downam, Red Lodge, 19:02.59; Jacob Meiers, Glasgow, 19:03.75; Chance Miller, Lewistown, 19:04.03; Peter Brown, Colstrip, 19:04.49; Gabe Webster, Worland, 19:08.67.

Brent Snyder, Lovell, 19:09.25; Ethan Gradwohl, Laurel, 19:09.31; Rivers Anderson, Colstrip, 19:09.57; Lames LeFevre, Skyview, 19:09.96; Connor Chase, Skyview, 19:10.1; Caleb Wallace, Hardin, 19:11.73; Ryan DeVries, Roberts, 19:13.52; Kai Lynn, Cody, 19:13.8; Robert Hurt, Skyview, 19:14.63; Joey Jurewicz, Thunder Basin, 19;20.04.

Anthony Florez, Senior, 19:20.52; Johnny Herr, Laurel, 19:21.05; Jesse Erickson, Powell, 19:21.41; Ezra Stanger, St. Labre, 19:22.32; Jaden Mickelson, Worland, 19:23.27; Sean Bullard, Colstrip, 19;23.76; Isaac Manders, Laurel, 19:32.58; Marc Wodahl, Buffalo, 19:38.3; Wade Walksalong, Lame Deer, 19:39.22; Barrett Friese, Buffalo, 19:40.88.

Cole Roberts, Sidney, 19:44.54; Alex Wickens, Lewistown, 19;45.49; Cooper Austin, Miles City, 19:46.46; Aundre DeCrane, St. Labre, 19:48.6; Trey Crazymule, Shepherd, 19:54.32; Kyler Burton, Colstrip, 19;55.4; Tyrall Mountain Sheep, Hardin, 19:57.65; Cameron Avent, Red Lodge, 19:58.06; Chris Caldwell, Thunder Basin, 20:00.71; Trae Hugs, Hardin, 20:00.83.

Taylor Rosman, Shepherd, 20:01.53; Brad Burns, Buffalo, 20:04.27; Ben Cornia, Lovell, 20:05.86; David Gordon, Thunder Basin, 20:05.92; Brian Brazelton, Powell, 20:10.46; Leyton Steen, Red Lodge, 20:10.59; Kaiden Cline, Sidney, 20:11.84; Jacob Sisolak, St. Labre, 20:15.29; Seth Sasich, Billings Central, 20:19.49; Kyle Schaff, Huntley Project, 20:21.08.

Shay Lilleberg, Shepherd, 20:31.44; Morgan Doherty, Thunder Basin, 20;37.4; Kaden Zimmerman, Glasgow, 20:43.68; Will Steinbeisser, Sidney, 20:45.13; nATE Gorham, Shepherd, 20;45.22; Zion Morbeto, Thunder Basin, 20:l46.78; Scott Sciuchetti, Lewistown, 20:47.25; Andrew Mack, Billings Central, 20:51.36; Steven Ray, Miles City, 20:51.77; Tyson Sample, Colstrip, 20:55.89.

Colton Trostle, Laurel, 20:59.3; Isaac Goudy, Senior, 21:02.62; Anthony Ray, Miles City, 21:05.7; Caufield Cyrus, Plenty Coups, 21:06.54; Sean Harrington, Billings Central, 21:13.09; Colin Jamba, Glasgow, 21:13.39; Julian Imhof, Sidney, 21:13.94; Stewart Clarence, Plenty Coups, 21:16.56; Shane McTaggart, Colstrip, 21:17.92; Elijah Enemy Hunter, Lodge Grass, 21:23.19.

Hunter Sholley, Huntley Project, 21:25.3; Allexander Sosel, Roberts, 21:29.69; Sean Weathers, Ryegate, 21:32.24; Spencer Jacobsen, Red Lodge, 21:35.42; Shane Vomund, Red Lodge, 21:36.22; Taegan Williams, Miles City, 21:36.71; Brenden Lundberg, Lovell, 21:37.36; Hunter Steenbakkers, Lovell, 21:38.31; Cole Barmore, Shepherd, 22:06.35; Joseph Guitierez, Thunder Basin, 22:09.38.

Christian Barber, Roundup, 22:11.55; Kolby Regalado, Miles City, 22:20.56; Trevor Poitra, Lame Deer, 22:22; Everett Jensen, Sidney, 22:23.33; Thomas Evans, Shepherd, 22:24.31; Nick Redgrave, St. Labre, 22:29.83; Marco Aasterud, Bridger, 22:51.57; Tyren Washington, Lame Deer, 22:53.27; Tyler Gray, Billings Central, 23:11.22; Christian Green, Sidney, 23:11.41; Joseph LaVe, Billings Central, 23:12.07; Matthew Needham, Billings Central, 23:12.32; Travis McKenney, Red Lodge, 24:05.44; Phillip Walks Along, Lame Deer, 24:31.3; Goes Ahead Nevin, Plenty Coups, 24:37.86; Sioux Henry, Plenty Coups, 24:48.21; Rowdey Pressler, Roundup, 24:57.91; Ian Bedford, Roundup, 25:04.21.

Girls

Team scores: Billings Senior 57, Hardin 73, Billings West 85, Cody, Wyo., 129; Sheridan, Wyo., 134; Miles City 217; Natrona County 236; Billings Skyview 270; Thunder Basin (Gillette, Wyo.) 290; Colstrip 302; Laurel 320; Glasgow 335; Lovell, Wyo., 341; Red Lodge 350; Lewistown 358; Sidney 377; Roundup 388; Powell, Wyo., 399.

Top 10: Tiahna Vladic, Senior, 17:52.15; Grace Timm, Laurel, 19:28.1; Riley Smith, Cody, 19:36.69; Jaylyn Hallgrimson, Senior, 19:46.12; Libby Nedens, Hardin, 19:48.79; Avery Potter, Natrona, 19:52.42; Jade Hallgrimson, Senior, 19:56.02; Charlie Bellrock, Hardin, 20:20.85; Sarissa Hagemeister, Miles City, 20:22.8; Baylee Stafford, Cody, 20;24.18.

Others: Katelynn Perfitt, West, 20:28.02; Morgan Vosler, Miles City, 20:28.95; Kendall Barrie, West, 20:30.21; Sydney Little Light, Hardin, 20:30.68; Journey Erickson, Hardin, 20:37.12; Kayla Kolppitcke, Powell, 20:42.48; Sara Jensen, West, 20:45.79; Whitney Hanson, Colstrip, 20:48.65; Elena Vandersloot, Senior, 20:49.68; Kailee Stoppel, West, 20:50.73.

Tahja Hunt, Thermopolis, 20:55.55; Emberlyn Hoffman-Gaschke, Skyview, 20:59.92; McKenna Bomengen, Thermopolis, 21:00.1; Josie Fettig, Sheridan, 21:01.36; Trinity Preston, Sheridan, 21:09.68; Peyton Lipp, West, 21:12.15; Sylvia Brown, Sheridan, 21:19.62; Aisley Kraske, Senior, 21:22.68; Erin Woolley, Cody, 21:22.75; Kate Moran, Sheridan, 21:31.9.

Hannah Hirschi, Skyview, 21:32.96; Madyson Willis, Natrona, 21:35.83; Khlah Two Leggins, Hardin, 21:40.62; Halle Sampson, West, 21:45.04; Andria Mourich, Laurel, 21:47.58; Annabelle Olsen, West, 21:51.82; Janelle Brien, Sidney, 21:51.92; McKinley Christopherson, Sheridan, 21:58.58; Denise Battles, Ryegate, 21:58.71; Shae Klamm, Thunder Basin, 22:00.16.

Katie Jacobsen, Red Lodge, 22:05.39; Kya Johnson, Colstrip, 22:15.14; Sharmayne Hardy, Hardin, 22:15.25; Karlee Burton, Lovell, 22:16.86; Laiten Lantis, Terry, 22:20.59; Genevieve Sauers, Cody, 22:23.73; Lena Stands, Plenty Coups, 22:28.8; Emily Kolstad, Glasgow, 22:29.47; Madison Harmer, Hardin, 22:34.59; Mehgan Hanson, Thunder Basin, 22:39.21.

Paloma Whitworth, Senior, 22:47.18; Kathryn Sauerwein, Cody, 22:50.74; Chelan Laverdure, Senior, 22:51.32; Rylee Green, Roundup, 22:59.4; Heather Baker, Miles City, 23:01.23; Jessica Caldwell, Lovell, 23:03.03; Riki Poore, Red Lodge, 23:07.65; Piper O'Dell, Sheridan, 23:08.57; Emma O'Donnell, Skyview, 23:15.54.

Georgia Hitchcock, Cody, 23:21.2; Brooke Westby, Glasgow, 23:25.61; Alyssa Trujillo, Natrona, 23:28.17; Katelin Rogaczewski, Sheridan, 23:30.64; Anna Charlton, Huntley Project, 23:31.42; Sarah Pisle, Roundup, 23:37.81; Ashley Brand, Lewistownm, 23:39.16; Olivia Weyer, Thermopolis, 23:43.93; Emily Smith, Lewistown, 23:45.07; Michelle Wipf, Skyview, 23:45.52.

Lauren Mitchell, Lovell, 23:47.65; Abby Geer, Thunder Basin, 23:50.92; Rachel Sanchez, Cody, 23:54.04; Skyler David, Miles City, 24:00.29; Alaina Sallee, Glasgow, 24:01.35; Carlin Gillespie, Colstrip, 24:06.82; Caitlyn Daniels, Natrona, 24:07.06; Jaclyn Mansheim, Thunder Basin, 24:09.81; Shaena Richard, Huntley Project, 24:10.79; Kendall Bellon, Thunder Basin, 24:12.26.

Abby Fitzgerald, Billings Central, 24:13.24; Andi Crane, Huntley Project, 24:20.93; Aubrey Searle, Natrona, 24:21.14; Lissy Southworth, Lewistown, 24:21.72; Courtney Brand, Lewistown, 24:26.04; Ali Cunningham, Glasgow, 24:29.31; Abby Reitz, Sidney, 24:34.51; Haley Broberg, Laurel, 24:36.28; Jentry Dutton, Miles City, 24:42.41; Tegan Harris, Colstrip, 24:43.39.

Brookelynn Burerkley, Roundup, 24:46.77; Kelli Holiday, Worland, 24:56.03; Natalie Dillivan, Powell, 25:04.53; Ashley Peterson, Lovell, 25:04.64; Paige Flock, Worland, 25:05.81; Breanna Frank, Sidney, 25:07.03; Kasey Gladson, Thunder Basin, 25:07.1; Elisa Ayungua, Worland, 25:08.97; Kacee Gordon, Lewistown, 25:10.27; Sydney Kelsey, Lewistown, 25:10.69.

Anna Gillis, Roundup, 25:11.61; Danielle Jones, Thunder Basin, 25:11.72; Serinity Kuntz, Sidney, 25:15.2; Claire Frank, Sidney, 25:20.64; Katie Kaiser, Glasgow, 25:23.61; Lauren Padden, Glasgow, 25:32.74; Gracen Curtis, Powell, 25:35.21; Haylie Oberlander, Huntley Project, 25:36.2; Kailey Ferguson, Shepherd, 25:37.5; Sephra Covers Up, Plenty Coups, 25:38.99.

Alexa Reimer, Red Lodge, 25;42.45; Keani Lundin, Shepherd, 25:50.51; McKenna Dudley, Colstrip, 25:50.95; Tawny Browning, Winnett-Grass Range, 26:02.54; Madelyn Horton, Powell, 26:09.36; Zoey Stroop, Colstrip, 26:11.11; Grace Poolet, Laurel, 26:14.73; Kiana Hiser, Natrona County, 26:18.84; Samantha Hoops, Lodge Grass, 26:23.11; Hannah Haslem, Colstrip, 26:30.40.

Tatum Zimmerman, Worland, 26:31.81; Temperance Mickelson, Lovell, 26:33.35; Kaitlin Benson, Skyview, 26:38.60; Ivy Southworth, Lewistown, 26:54.91; Kiyamani Hollow Horn Bear, Red Lodge, 27:16.15; Briana Hiser, Natrona County, 27:27.92; Raisha Blacksmith, Lodge Grass, 28:07.82; Anne Marie Caruso, Miles City, 28:10.74; Brynn Jolma, Winnett-Grass Range, 28:15.15; Rachael Rupp, Laurel, 28:36.10.

Elise Neuman, Billings Central, 28:58.70; Brianna Lunderby, Sidney, 29:10.38; Sydney Ross, Shepherd, 29:15.08; Margory Orr, Billings Central, 29:24.75; Jenna Merritt, Powell, 29:59.65; Emily Donahue, Roundup, 30:36.46.

Friday, September 1st 2017
Thursday Scoreboard
Prep Volleyball
North Country def. Harlem 25-27, 25-19, 25-21, 25-11

Prep Football
Bozeman 15, Billings West 14
Butte 64, Missoula Hellgate 12
Plains 18, Darby 16

College football
Montana Tech 45, Carroll College 28

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Friday, September 1st 2017
1Q Half 3Q Final
Whitehall 28 48 54 54
Glasgow 0 0 0 0
Friday, September 1st 2017
Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week
Congratulations to Ellis McKean, the Hi-Line Ford Athlete Of The Week. Ellis led the Scottie boys cross country team at the Williston Invitational, finishing 7th overall.
Wednesday, August 30th 2017
Tuesday Scoreboard
High School Volleyball" Lustre Christian def. Nashua-Opheim 22-25, 25-5, 25-11, 25-15
Sunday, August 27th 2017
Saturday Prep Football Scoreboard
SATURDAY

Augusta 31, Lincoln 22

Centerville def. Hays-Lodgepole, forfeit

Choteau 38, Chinook 0

Denton-Geyser-Stanford 52, Gardiner 0

Frenchtown 51, Timberlake, Idaho 21

Rocky Boy 36, Box Elder 35

Sheridan 43, Fromberg 30

Terry 36, Froid/Medicine Lake Coop 0

West Yellowstone 38, Reed Point-Rapelje 18

White Sulphur Springs def. Shields Valley, forfeit

Wibaux 78, Bainville 62

Winnett-Grass Range 58, Jordan 20

Sunday, August 27th 2017
Saturday Volleyball Results From Choteau Invitational
Glasgow def. Manhattan Christian 21-14, 21-12

Glasgow def. Shelby 19-21, 21-18

Glasgow def. Shelby again 21-19, 21-17

Ennis def. Glasgow 21-12, 21-17

Manhattan Christian def. Glasgow 21-19, 20-21

Glasgow def. Cut Bank 21-17, 20-21

Saturday, August 26th 2017
Friday Scoreboard
Friday's Scores from the Associated Press


PREP FOOTBALL

Anaconda 51, Salmon, Idaho 29

Belt 54, Cascade 20

Big Sandy 28, Noxon 26

Big Timber 15, Roundup 7

Bigfork 23, Shelby 19

Billings Central 21, Miles City 14

Billings Senior 37, Kalispell Glacier 21

Charlo 52, Seeley-Swan 6

Circle 68, Plentywood 40

Clark Fork def. Hot Springs, forfeit

Colstrip 40, Red Lodge 14

Corvallis 39, Browning 25

Darby 68, Troy 6

Ennis 74, Absarokee 22

Eureka 41, Cut Bank 0

Fairview 64, Broadus 26

Flint Creek 58, St. Ignatius 0

Forsyth 64, Culbertson 6

Fort Benton 38, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 12

Glendive 20, Livingston 0

Great Falls Central 50, Simms 6

Hamilton 47, Whitefish 10

Hardin 15, Havre 7

Helena 28, Great Falls Russell 27

Helena Capital 28, Great Falls 20

Huntley Project 32, Missoula Loyola 21

Jefferson (Boulder) 13, Florence 0

Joliet 46, Broadview-Lavina 8

Laurel 33, Lewistown (Fergus) 22

Libby 28, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 18

Lone Peak 47, Harlowton 28

Missoula Big Sky 33, Billings West 25

Missoula Sentinel 42, Billings Skyview 28

Mon-Dak 43, Savage 0

Plains 20, Twin Bridges 0

Priest River, Idaho 36, Thompson Falls 12

Richey-Lambert 68, Ekalaka 6

Scobey-Opheim 74, St. Labre 8

Sidney 31, Belgrade 3

Sunburst 58, Valley Christian 20

Three Forks 25, Deer Lodge 12

Victor 38, Arlee 28

Whitehall 28, Shepherd 12

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Saturday, August 26th 2017
Glasgow Pool Play Results From Choteau Invitational (Friday)
Choteau def. Glasgow 21-19, 21-14
Florence Carlton def. Glasgow 21-15, 21-12
Glasgow def. Conrad 20-21, 21-12
Three Forks def. Glasgow 21-11, 21-15
Wolf Point def. Glasgow 21-9, 16-21
Choteau def. Glasgow 21-19, 21-9
Saturday, August 26th 2017
Varsity Cross Country Results From Williston
Girls team scores: Minot 19, Dickinson 49, Glasgow 124, Williston 130, Stanley 174

Emily Kolstad 12th 23:53.6
Brooke Westby 22nd 25:15.0
Alaina Sallee 29th 26:07.1
Lauren Padden 30th 26:07.4
Ali Cunningham 31st 26:16.8
Mattea Piersak 48th 32:59.5
Alexus Nistler 50th 37:04.6

Boys team scores: New Town 44, Williston 45, Dickinson 65, Glasgow 90, Minot 125, Watford City 282

Ellis McKean 7th 18:28.6
Ike Braaten 12th 18:51.5
Merlin McKean 13th 19:01.4
Wilson Overby 18th 19:27.5
Jacob Meiers 40th 21:19.6
Colin Jamba 47th 21:38.2
Kaden Zimmerman 48th 21:50.3
Colton Pewitt 61st 22:56.8
Trevor Shipp 65th 23:51.5
Tanner Overby 67th 23:54.7
Carl Zabrocki 76th 24:39.9
Garrett Lloyd 78th 25:19.7
John Cremer 82nd 26:40.5
Jaysen Turner 83rd 26:42.7
Keevan Sibley 92nd 30:49.4
Jordan Billingsley 93rd 31:01.6

Next at Billings Invitational on Friday, Sept. 1

Friday, August 25th 2017
Thursday Night Scoreboard
High School Football
Bozeman 40, Missoula Hellgate 7
Kalispell Flathead 27, Butte 19

College Football
Dickinson State University 43, Rocky Mountain College 28

Friday, August 25th 2017
7th Annual Missouri River Catfish Clash Results
This past weekend the Montana Cats Circuit concluded it's 4-tournament season.
7th Annual Missouri River Catfish Clash Top 20 (53 Teams):

1. Brenner Flaten (Glasgow, MT) / Cole Plouffe (Glendive, MT) 35.97
2. Brady Flaten (Glasgow, MT) / Nate Molstad (Havre, MT) 33.60
3. Caleb Wells (Williston, ND) / Joshua Pruitt (Watford City, ND) 31.35
4. Ryan Mehling (Hardin, MT) / Presling Mehling (Hardin, MT) 30.64
5. Nicholas Fortier (Billings, MT) / Randy Franco (Billings, MT) 29.92
6. Josh Moore (Sidney, MT) / Jordan Riedmann (Bismark, ND) 29.30
7. Corey Bushman (Billings, MT) / Scott Swanson (Billings, MT) 14.44 29.03
8. Darrin Hanson (Williston, ND) / Chase Rehak (Williston, ND) 28.39
9. Jeremy Workman (Williston, ND) / Brett Colebank (Williston, ND) 26.94
10. Troy Cotter (Sidney, MT) / Mike Licking (Sidney, MT) 25.78
11. Josh Murottek (Medicine Lake, MT) / Charles Murottek (Poplar, MT) 25.54
12. Jason Haugen (Williston, ND) / Kristina Haugen (Williston, ND) 24.99
13. Clint Hecker (Sidney, MT) / Cayden Hecker (Sidney, MT) 24.62
14. Justin Jones (Sidney, MT) / Logan Jones (Sidney, MT) 24.61
15. Rick Ellingson (Williston, ND) / Jeremy Stansel (Williston, ND) 23.49
16. Matt Reynolds (Sidney, MT) / Carrie Niblock (Sidney, MT) 23.12
17. Steve Norcutt (Glasgow, MT) / Tara Harrington (Glasgow, MT) 22.24
18. Bryon Armour (Lewistown, MT) / Ty Thomas ( Lewistown, MT) 21.83
19. Travis Kennedy (Billings, MT) / Kevin Howie (Billings, MT) 20.95
20. Rod Seder (Billings, MT) / Rob Ceder (Hardin, MT) 19.81
25. Chris Kolstad (Glasgow, MT) / Willy Lauckner (Nashua, MT) 16.67

This past weekend the Montana Cats Circuit concluded it's 4-tournament season.
7th Annual Missouri River Catfish Clash Top 20 (53 Teams):

1. Brenner Flaten (Glasgow, MT) / Cole Plouffe (Glendive, MT) 35.97
2. Brady Flaten (Glasgow, MT) / Nate Molstad (Havre, MT) 33.60
3. Caleb Wells (Williston, ND) / Joshua Pruitt (Watford City, ND) 31.35
4. Ryan Mehling (Hardin, MT) / Presling Mehling (Hardin, MT) 30.64
5. Nicholas Fortier (Billings, MT) / Randy Franco (Billings, MT) 29.92
6. Josh Moore (Sidney, MT) / Jordan Riedmann (Bismark, ND) 29.30
7. Corey Bushman (Billings, MT) / Scott Swanson (Billings, MT) 14.44 29.03
8. Darrin Hanson (Williston, ND) / Chase Rehak (Williston, ND) 28.39
9. Jeremy Workman (Williston, ND) / Brett Colebank (Williston, ND) 26.94
10. Troy Cotter (Sidney, MT) / Mike Licking (Sidney, MT) 25.78
11. Josh Murottek (Medicine Lake, MT) / Charles Murottek (Poplar, MT) 25.54
12. Jason Haugen (Williston, ND) / Kristina Haugen (Williston, ND) 24.99
13. Clint Hecker (Sidney, MT) / Cayden Hecker (Sidney, MT) 24.62
14. Justin Jones (Sidney, MT) / Logan Jones (Sidney, MT) 24.61
15. Rick Ellingson (Williston, ND) / Jeremy Stansel (Williston, ND) 23.49
16. Matt Reynolds (Sidney, MT) / Carrie Niblock (Sidney, MT) 23.12
17. Steve Norcutt (Glasgow, MT) / Tara Harrington (Glasgow, MT) 22.24
18. Bryon Armour (Lewistown, MT) / Ty Thomas ( Lewistown, MT) 21.83
19. Travis Kennedy (Billings, MT) / Kevin Howie (Billings, MT) 20.95
20. Rod Seder (Billings, MT) / Rob Ceder (Hardin, MT) 19.81
25. Chris Kolstad (Glasgow, MT) / Willy Lauckner (Nashua, MT) 16.67

Friday, August 25th 2017
Brenner Flaten Wins Montana Cats Angler Of The Year Award
There is clear path to the annual MT Cats Angler of the Year award. Find a way to capture hardware in at least three events. Brenner Flaten (Glasgow, MT) did just that in 2017.

The Milk River Catfish Classic tournament director had little room for error fishing the other three events on circuit. He opened up the season with a 3rd place finish at the Challenge, took another bronze at the mid-season Roundup in Sidney, and solidified the top spot with his 1st ever Missouri River Catfish Clash title to close out the season. His 71 points is a new MT Cats AOY points record.

Last year’s Co-Angler’s of The Year, Randy Franco and Nick Fortier, of Billings, came in just short of a repeat performance. Their 67 points was good enough for a tie for 2nd place with circuit veteran Nate Molstad of Havre, MT. B’n’M Poles once again sponsored this year’s Angler of the Year Award. This is their 4th year in a row as the title sponsor. Flaten came away with $250 courtesy of B’n’M and beautiful plaques provided by the Montana Catfish Association.

1. Brenner Flaten (Glasgow, MT) 71 points (3 events)
2. Randy Franco (Billings, MT) 67 points (4 events)
2. Nick Fortier (Billings, MT) 67 points (4 events)
2. Nate Molstad (Havre, MT) 67 points (3 events)
5. James Decker (Sidney, MT) 54 points (4 events)
5. Steve Lowrey (Sidney, MT) 54 points (4 events)
7. Chad Dawson (Dickinson, ND) 47 points (2 events)
7. Josh Marottek (Medicine Lake, MT) 47 points (4 events)
7. Brady Flaten (Glasgow, MT) 47 points (3 events)
10. Charles Marottek (Poplar, MT) 46 points (4 events)
11. Blake Gauer (Park City, MT) 39 points (3 events)
11. Lindsey Gauer (Park City, MT) 39 points (3 events)
13. Cole Plouffe (Glendive, MT) 37 points (3 events)
14. Rod Seder (Billings, MT) 36 points (3 events)
14. Rob Seder (Hardin, MT) 36 points (3 events)
16. Chad Mueller (Sidney, MT) 34 points (3 events)
17. Steve Harris Sr. (Sidney, MT) 32 points (3 events)
17. Justin Jones (Sidney, MT) 32 points (2 events)
17. Corey Bushman (Billings, MT) 32 points (2 events)
20. Austin Oblander (Ballantine, MT) 31 points (3 events)
20. Otis Oblander (Ballantine, MT) 31 points (3 events)

Friday, August 25th 2017
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