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Saturday Sports Scoreboard

Sunday, September 19th 2021

Big Sky Conference Football
Montana State 52, San Diego 10
Eastern Washington 62, Western Illinois 56
James Madison 37, Weber State 24
South Dakota 48, Cal Poly 14

Frontier Conference Football
Montana Tech 31, Rocky 29
Montana Western 42, Montana State-Northern 28
Eastern Oregon 10, Carroll College 7
College of Idaho 29, Southern Oregon 3

NDSU 35, Towson 7
UND 38, Drake 0

North Star Athletic Association
Valley City State 14, Waldorf 7
Dickinson State 51, Mayville State 13

High School Football
Culbertson 26, Scobey 22
Florence-Carlton 20, Townsend 14
Froid-Lake 36, Shields Valley 14
Plentywood 58, Ekalaka 20

High School Volleyball
Glasgow def. Poplar 3-0
Jordan def. Wibaux 3-0
Plentywood def. Lustre Christian 3-0
Richey-Lambert def. Nashua 3-1
Savage def. Frazer 3-0

Scottie Volleyball Team Defeats Poplar

Sunday, September 19th 2021

Glasgow def. Poplar 25-16, 25-3, 25-12 on Saturday afternoon. The Scotties move to 3-0 in conference play, 3-2 overall.

They next host Wolf Point on Thursday and travel to the Dickinson tournament on Friday and Saturday.

Sports Broadcast Schedule This Week

Sunday, September 19th 2021

6:30 p.m. - Grizzly Football Coach’s Show
7:30 p.m. - Bobcat Football Coach’s Show

7p.m. - Cut Bank at Glasgow

8 a.m. - Saturday Morning Sports Show

11 a.m. pregame - Cal Poly @ Montana

Scotties Roll In Colstrip, 50-0

Saturday, September 18th 2021

The Scottie football team came away with the shutout on the road on Friday night, improving to 3-1 overall on the season.

Kyler Hallock scored the first four touchdowns for the Scotties, with Tatum Hansen running in for one more in the first half. QB Mason Donaldson went in from one yard out to add a touchdown in the second half. Jaydeen Hanshew went in for the final score in the fourth quarter.

The Scotties will be home to face Cut Bank on September 24th, and will host Fairfield in Glasgow's homecoming game on October 1st.

Glasgow Invitational Cross Country Results

Saturday, September 18th 2021

Varsity Boys Glasgow 48, Wolf Point 49, Custer County 55, Dawson County 94, Harlem 141, Poplar 148, Scobey 154, Culbertson 189

6. Reed Larsen, 18:00
8. Lane Thompson, 18:12
10. Bergen Miller, 18:37
11. Dalton Sand, 18:46
16. Kyler Holinde, 19:16
20. Blake Lloyd, 19:33
29. Eli Feezell, 20:40

J.V. Boys Custer County 24, Glasgow 33
2. Riley Smith, 21:22
4. Ted See, 22:32
6. Adam Mickelson, 22:56
14. Owen Thompson, 24:59
16. James Seekins, 25:49
21. Dylan Hlad, 27:10

Middle School Boys Poplar 56, Culbertson 96, Glendive 97, Havre 112, Glasgow 129, Dodson 144, Lewistown 146, Wolf Point 153, Plentywood 163

22. Rowen Kloker, 10:50
23. Timothy Pearson, 10:52
25. Garrett Thompson, 11:01
52. Jack Milam, 12:28
70. Aaron Mickelson, 14:05
74. Alex Earll, 15:00

Varsity Girls Custer County 36, Poplar 49, Glasgow 55, Dawson County 70,
2. Iris McKean, 19:44
3. Tanae Baker, 20:53
34. Kheyera Bilger, 26:13
35. Haylly Turner, 26:33
40. Eve Stone, 27:22

J.V. Girls
14. Mary Dykema 32:42

Middle School Girls Poplar 49, Lewistown 69, Havre 72, Glasgow 86, Wolf Point 106, Frontier 146, Frazer 194
1. Kimber Dulaney, 10:10
6. Haleigh Huntsman, 10:29
17. Josie Kemp, 11:26
47. Rebekah Bailey, 13:09
56. Aspen Probert, 13:26
57. Caylen Jankowski, 13:27
83. Karsyn Page, 16:34

Friday Night Scoreboard

Saturday, September 18th 2021

High School Football

Miles City 42, Glendive 24
Laurel 28, Lewistown 21
Billings Central 37, Havre 7
Beaverhead County 36, Sidney 14

Fairfield 22, Whitehall 14
Loyola-Sacred Heart 39, Conrad 12
Shelby 68, Harlem 6
Roundup 28, Wolf Point 27
Manhattan 16, Huntley Project 6
Malta 41, Shepherd 12
Columbus 48, Baker 0
Red Lodge 16, Sweet Grass County 7
Big Fork 20, Jefferson 19
Three Forks 33, Anaconda 7
Fairview 62, Lodge Grass 20
Lincoln Co. 36, Cut Bank 7

Wolf Point def. Scobey 3-1
Richey-Lambert 3, Savage 1

Montana Tech def. Rocky 3-1

Scottie Volleyball Loses Tough Match In Plentywood

Saturday, September 18th 2021

Plentywood def. Glasgow 25-20, 25-16, 20-25, 26-28, 15-10. The Scotties fall in the non-conference battle on the road. Their record is now 2-2 overall.

Glasgow visits Poplar today for a J.V. and Varsity match, starting at 1 p.m. They will be home vs. Wolf Point on Thursday, then will travel to the Dickinson Invitational Friday

Dickinson State University Defeats Mayville State 51-13

Saturday, September 18th 2021

After opening up the season with two consecutive hard-fought losses, the DSU Bluehawk football team rebounded with a big win over Mayville State on Saturday afternoon. This was the first conference game of the season for the Bluehawks, as their record moves to 1-2; but are 1-0 in conference play.

Dickinson State 14-37-51-51
Mayville State 6- 6- 13-13

Scoring Plays:

1st Quarter:

DSU- Tiger Frye 13 yd TD reception from Drew Bodecker (Johnson Kick)
DSU- Noah Sickler 10 yard TD reception from Bodecker (Johnson Kick)
Mayville St.- Reece Smith 54 yd TD reception from Salmon (pass failed)

2nd Quarter:

DSU- Tiger Frye 11 yd TD reception from Bodecker (kick failed)
DSU- Riley Linder 2 yd TD run (Johnson Kick)
DSU- Braden Zuroff 6 yd TD run (Johnson Kick)
DSU- Johnson 32 yard Field Goal

3rd Quarter:

DSU- Connor McCarvel 34 yard TD reception from Bodecker (Johnson Kick)
Mayville St.- Davidson 3 yd TD reception from Salmon (kick good)
DSU- Braden Zuroff 26 yd TD run (Johnson Kick)

4th Quarter:

On-Air Sports Broadcasts This Week

Wednesday, September 15th 2021

6:30 p.m. - Bobcat Football Coach’s Show

7p.m. - Glasgow at Colstrip

8 a.m. - Saturday Morning Sports Show

Noon pregame - College Football- Dickinson State at Mayville State

Noon pregame - San Diego at Montana State

Scottie Activity Schedule

Monday, September 13th 2021

Monday Sept. 13th -- JV FB vs. Wolf Point 5:00 PM
Tuesday Sept. 14th -- College Fair @ GHS
Friday Sept. 17th -- HS FB @ Colstrip
Friday Sept. 17th -- JV/V VB @ Plentywood
Friday Sept. 17th -- 1st Day of 3rd-5th XC Skills @ Bundy Park
Saturday Sept. 18th -- C/JV/V VB @ Poplar
Saturday Sept. 18th -- HS/MS XC @ Scottie Invitational @ Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck
Saturday Sept. 18th -- MS VB @ Scobey
Saturday Sept. 18th -- MS FB vs. Sidney 10:00 AM
Monday Sept. 20th -- JV FB vs. Glendive 5:00 PM
Thursday Sept. 23rd -- C/JV/V VB vs. Wolf Point 4:30 PM
Thursday Sept. 23rd -- HS/MS XC @ Frazer Invitational
Friday Sept. 24th -- HS FB vs. Cut Bank 7:00 PM
Friday Sept. 24th-25th -- HS V VB @ Dickinson Invitational
Saturday Sept. 25th -- HS V XC @ Billings Lockwood 7 on 7
Saturday Sept. 25th -- MS VB @ Malta Jamboree
Saturday Sept. 25th -- MS FB @ Malta
Monday Sept. 27th Twin Day -- JV FB @ Havre 5:00 PM
Tuesday Sept. 28th Disney Day -- GHS Pep Band @ GMS 3:15 PM
Wednesday Sept. 29th Mad About Plaid Day -- GHS Pep Band @ Irle (Bundy Park) 3:15 PM
Wednesday Sept. 29th -- GHS Student Car Parade 7:00 PM
Wednesday Sept. 29th -- GHS Homecoming BonFire 7:00 PM
Wednesday Sept. 29th -- "Mad About Plaid" Homecoming Dance 8:00 PM
Thursday Sept. 30th Red and White Day -- GHS Cheer & Mascot @ Irle 9:00-10:35 AM
Thursday Sept. 30th -- GHS Cheer & Mascot + ALL Fall Senior Athletes @ GMS Pep Assembly 10:45 AM
Thursday Sept. 30th -- Homecoming Coronation @ GHS Auditorium 3:00 PM
Thursday Sept. 30th -- JV/V VB vs. North Country 4:30 PM
Thursday Sept. 30th -- MS VB @ Sidney
Friday Oct. 1st Red and White Day -- Homecoming Parade 2:00 PM
Friday Oct. 1st -- High School Tailgate Party @ Scottie Field 5:30 PM
Friday Oct. 1st -- Adult Tailgate Party (Sponsored by Reynolds Market) 6:00 PM
Friday Oct. 1st -- Homecoming FB Game vs. Fairfield 7:00 PM
Saturday Oct. 2nd -- NE MS VB Tournament @ Harlem
Saturday Oct. 2nd -- JV FB vs. Fairfield 9:00 AM
Saturday Oct. 2nd -- HS/MS XC @ Miles City
Saturday Oct. 2nd -- MS FB @ Wolf Point
Saturday Oct. 2nd -- Homecoming C/JV/V VB Game vs. Sidney 1:00 PM
Saturday Oct. 2nd -- Homecoming Adult Pub Crawl (Sponsored by Glasgow Chamber) 4:30 PM

Scottie Volleyball Moves To 2-0 In Conference Play With Victory Over Harlem

Sunday, September 12th 2021

Glasgow def. Harlem 25-11, 25-13, 25-16. Scotties move to 2-0 in conference play. 2-1 overall.

Scottie Statistics:
Glasgow had 17 kills, 8 blocks, 19 aces, 31 digs and 14 assists.

Klaire Krumewiede had 5 kills, 3 blocks and 6 aces. Blaire Westby had 7 digs and Daley Aune had 8 assists.

Prep Football Scores 9/11

Sunday, September 12th 2021

Bainville 41, Box Elder 0

Big Sandy 43, Savage 6

Bridger 45, West Yellowstone 6

Charlo 38, Darby 25

Froid-Lake 58, Power-Dutton-Brady 22

Jordan 44, Gardiner 12

Roy-Winifred 41, Centerville 18

Simms 64, Shelby 28

White Sulphur Springs 86, Harlowton-Ryegate 26

Big Sky Conference Football Scores 9/11

Sunday, September 12th 2021

Montana 42, Western Illinois 7

Montana State 45, Drake 7

South Dakota 34, Northern Arizona 7

UC Davis 53, San Diego 7

Eastern Washington 63, Central Washington 14

Washington State 44, Portland State 24

Northern Colorado 45, Houston Baptist 13

Indiana 56, Idaho 14

Northern Iowa 34, Sacramento State 16

Weber State 41, Dixie State 3

Fresno State 63, Cal Poly 10

Nevada 49, Idaho State 10

Frontier Conference Football Scores 9/11

Sunday, September 12th 2021

Montana Western 42, Dickinson State 30

Southern Oregon 42, MSU-Northern 7

Scottie Boys First, Girls Third At Havre Invitational

Saturday, September 11th 2021

The Scottie boys cross country team won the Havre Invitational on Saturday, finishing 18 points ahead of the host team. Glasgow 41, Havre 59, Browning 69, Fort Benton 118.

1 Peyton Summers 10 Wolf Point 17:17.9
2 Caleb Tomac 10 Havre 17:22.6
3 Kholby Spotted Wolf 11 Wolf Point 17:29.5
4 Asa Jassen 12 Belt/Centerville 17:42.0
5 Kyler Holinde 9 Glasgow 17:56.1
6 Reed Larsen 11 Glasgow 18:08.5
7 Ethan Blount 12 Wolf Point 18:17.5
8 Jeremy Bockus 12 Browning 18:25.2
9 Preston Iron Heart 10 Browning 18:30.0
10 Bergen Miller 12 Glasgow 18:32.6

5. Kyler Holinde, 17:56
6. Reed Larsen, 18:08
10. Bergen Miller, 18:32
11. Lane Thompson, 18:45
22. Blake Lloyd, 20:16
23. Eli Feezell, 20:57
49. Adam Mickelson, 23:23
50. Ted See, 24:12
52. Ben Kompel, 25:01
64. Owen Thompson, 27:14
65. James Seekins, 28:18

The Scottie girls cross country team finished third at the Havre Invitational on Saturday. Fergus won the meet with 46 points, followed by Havre with 76, Glasgow with 83 and Belt/Centerville with 103 points.

1 Lindsey Paulson 12 Belt/Centerville 19:16.3
2 Annie Kaul 11 Plentywood 20:07.6
3 Iris McKean 12 Glasgow 20:12.0
4 Kiara Iron Heart 12 Browning 20:48.5
5 Tanae Baker 9 Glasgow 21:34.8
6 Ava Robinson 9 Fergus 21:37.0
7 Hailey Gingery 9 Havre 21:59.8
8 Samantha Wisher 11 Whitewater 22:04.0
9 Nikki Nau 10 North Toole County(Sunburst) 22:45.7
10 Alexa Johnson 12 Fairfield 22:52.2

3. Iris McKean, 20:11
5. Tanae Baker, 21:34
26. Kheyerah Bilger, 25:10
38. Haylly Turner, 26:28
47. Eve Stone, 28:06

Prep Football Scores 9/10

Saturday, September 11th 2021

Alberton-Superior 62, Troy 6

Bigfork 48, Conrad 6

Billings Central 30, Glendive 12

Billings Senior 69, Billings Skyview 0

Billings West 42, Bozeman Gallatin 14

Bonners Ferry, ID 7, Libby 0

Bozeman 36, Great Falls 21

Broadview-Lavina 42, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Butte 34, Helena 20

Chinook 44, Harlem 6

Columbia Falls 42, Ronan 6

Columbus 24, Red Lodge 0

Culbertson 54, Forsyth 16

DGS-GRW 31, Valier 18

Dillon 41, Corvallis 6

Fairfield 26, Eureka 19

Florence-Carlton 43, Three Forks 0

Geraldine-Highwood 26, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 14

Glasgow 24, Baker 14

Great Falls CMR 48, Belgrade 0

Hamilton 44, Frenchtown 20

Havre 25, Hardin 14

Helena Capital 57, Kalispell Flathead 0

Hot Springs 55, North Star 0

Huntley Project 27, Anaconda 6

Jefferson 26, Cut Bank 0

Joliet 36, Ennis 6

Laurel 25, Sidney 0

Lewistown 49, Livingston 8

Malta 60, Roundup 0

Kalispell Glacier 42, Missoula Big Sky 20

Missoula Loyola 20, Manhattan 14 OT

Noxon 32, Sunburst 15

Polson 63, East Helena 0

Scobey 28, Plentywood 15

Shields Valley 43, Custer-Hysham-Melstone 7

Stevensville 28, Browning 20

Thompson Falls 63, St. Ignatius 6

Townsend 44, Whitehall 0

Westby-Grenora 14, Broadus 6

Whitefish 30, Butte Central 0

Wolf Point 25, Colstrip 0

Scotties Defeat Spartans 24-14

Friday, September 10th 2021

The Scottie football team moved to 2-1 with a home win over Baker on Friday night 24-14

1Q Baker: scores on a safety as Mason Donaldson is sacked in end zone.
1Q Glasgow: 66 yard TD pass from Mason Donaldson to Mo Fast (Tatum Hansen 2 point conversion run)
2Q Glasgow: Hansen 2 yard TD run (Donaldson to Mo Fast 2 point conversion pass)
2Q Baker: Tronstad 57 yard TD pass to Brawley (2 point conversion fails)
4Q Baker: Lesh 1 yard TD run (2 point conversion fails)
4Q Glasgow: Kyler Hallock 42 yard TD run (Donaldson to Nick Burke, 2 point conversion pass)

Kyler Hallock rushed for 160 yards for the Scotties while Mason Donaldson threw for 77 yards in the Scottie win over Baker. The Spartans outgained the Scotties 327-302.

Glasgow Middle School Cross Country Competes In Poplar Invitational

Wednesday, September 8th 2021

Glasgow Middle School’s girls cross country runners took second place in team standings at the Poplar Invitational last Saturday. The GMS boys, with only 4 runners, didn’t have enough personnel to form a complete team

For the second race in as many weeks, the GMS girls were paced by 8th grader Kimber Dulaney, who took fourth place overall with a time of 10:17, less than a second behind the third-place runner. Seventh-grader Haleigh Huntsman took 6th place in 10:36 for the 1.5-mile course. Josie Kemp finished in 11th place in 10:53. Glasgow’s other scorers included Jensina Tweten, in 23rd place in 11:41, and Aspen Probert, 45th place in 14:55.

Other runners for GMS included Willow Sugg, who took 48th place in 15:03, Chloe Lamb, 49th in 15:03, Karsyn Page, 61st in 15:48, and Rebekah Bailey, 66th in 16:53.

The Scotties tallied 89 team points, behind first-place Poplar’s 65 points, but ahead of teams from Wolf Point, Frazer, and Frontier School.

On the boys side, Glasgow failed to field a full team, but the Scotties were led by 6th grader Garrett Thompson, who ran the 1.5-mile course in 10:59 to take 25th place. Right behind him was teammate Timothy Pearson, 26th in 11:10, and Rowen Kloker, who took 28th place in 11:11. Glasgow’s other runner was Aaron Mickelson, who took 49th place with his run of 15:46.

“We were disappointed not to have a full boys team, but we were encouraged by the pack running shown by Garret, Timothy, and Rowen,” says Julia Bengochea, GMS assistant coach. “That’s something we’ve worked on in every practice, and they really put it to use in Poplar.”

Bengochea was pleased with performances by the top Scottie girls, but says that in order to beat a talented Poplar squad, Glasgow’s fourth and fifth scorers need to work up in both time and place.

The GMS squads are at home next weekend, hosting a middle school meet at Sullivan Park on Saturday, Sept. 11. Racing starts at 10 a.m. for the boys, with the girls race to follow about 10:45.

Head GMS Coach Andrew McKean encourages any community support and help.

“We expect to have anywhere from 10 to a dozen schools here, with as many as 100 runners, and getting them through the finish chute and all their names and places recorded can be chaotic, so we’re looking for anyone who wants to witness some great racing but also can help us manage the meet,” says McKean. Contact him at 263-5442 or Coach Bengochea at 263-1776 if you can help or want to know more about volunteer opportunities.

Sports Broadcast Schedule

Tuesday, September 7th 2021

6:30pm- Griz Football Coach’s Show
7:30pm- Bobcat Football Coach’s Show

7pm-Baker at Glasgow

8am- Saturday Morning Sports Show

11:30am- College Football- Montana-Western at Dickinson State

4pm- Western Illinois at University of Montana

High School football scores

Sunday, September 5th 2021

Culbertson 52, Poplar 14
DGS-GRW (Denton/Geyser/Stanford/Grass Range/Winnifred) 48, Wibaux 0
Froid-Lake 59, Harlowton-Ryegate 13
Glasgow 44, Roundup 7
Joliet 42, Lone Peak 8
Rocky Boy 67, Great Falls Central 26
Savage 58, Bainville 0
Valier 20, North Star 12

Scotties Even Record With Win In Roundup

Saturday, September 4th 2021

The Scottie football team evened their record at 1-1 on Saturday night, as they traveled to Roundup and won easily, 44-7.

1Q Glasgow 8, Roundup 0
HALF Glasgow 24, Roundup 0
3Q Glasgow 38, Roundup 0
FINAL Glasgow 44, Roundup 7

1Q Glasgow: 4 yard TD run, Tatum Hansen (Hansen 2 point conversion run)
2Q Mason Donaldson 1 yard TD run (Donaldson pass to Trey Johnson 2 point conversion)
2Q Trey Johnson 9 yard TD pass from Donaldson (Hansen 2 point conversion run)
3Q Johnson 14 yard TD run (Donalds 2 point conversion run
3Q John Lawson 16 yard TD run (2 point conversion fails)
4Q John Lawson 17 yard TD run (2 point conversion fails)
4Q 90-yard pass play, Roundup (Kick good)

High School Cross Country Teams Win In Poplar

Saturday, September 4th 2021

The Scottie boys and girls cross country teams both won the Poplar Invitational on Saturday. The girls were led by senior Iris McKean, who finished second overall. The boys were led by freshman Kyler Holinde, who finished fourth overall.

Iris McKean 2nd, 20:10
Tanae Baker 4th, 21:08
Eve Stone 31st, 26:47
Kheyerah Bilger 36th, 27:05
Haylly Turner 39th, 27:19
Abigail Kulczyk 42nd, 27:47

Kyler Holinde 4th, 18:34
Reed Larsen 5th, 18:38
Bergen Miller 6th, 18:44
Lane Thompson 8th, 18:56
Dalton Sand 10th, 19:05
Blake Lloyd 17th, 20:24
Eli Feezell 24th, 21:21
Ben Kompel 46th, 25:36
Adam Mickelson 47th, 25:56
Ted See 53rd, 27:35
Owen Thompson 54th, 27:37
Dean Lewis 60th, 29:59

Scottie Volleyball Finishes Second In Chinook

Saturday, September 4th 2021

Scottie Volleyball goes 1-2 in pool play this morning at the Chinook Invitational.

Pool Play results—
Chinook def. Glasgow 25-23, 11-10
Glasgow def. Cut Bank 25-17, 18-10
Roy/Winifred def. Glasgow 25-23, 12-10

Glasgow def. Geraldine/Highwood 25-24, 20-25, 6-3. Move on to the semifinals to face Roy/Winifred
Glasgow def. Roy/Winifred in the tournament semifinals 25-11, 25-17

Shelby def. Glasgow 25-23, 25-21. Scotties finish in 2nd place out of 8 schools at the Chinook Invitational

Prep Football Scores September 3rd

Saturday, September 4th 2021


Baker 40, Wolf Point 6

Big Timber 42, Colstrip 0

Bigfork 27, Cut Bank 0

Billings Central 17, Miles City 9

Billings West 28, Helena Capital 0

Bozeman Gallatin 49, Kalispell Flathead 7

Bridger 60, Richey-Lambert 58

Broadview-Lavina 48, Custer-Hysham 12

Butte 17, Great Falls 7

Butte Central 37, Browning 0

Chinook 54, Shelby 14

Columbus 38, Shepherd 0

Darby 59, Arlee 6

Ekalaka 58, Circle 40

Eureka 35, Conrad 0

Fairfield 18, Missoula Loyola 6

Florence-Carlton 52, Manhattan 0

Forsyth 50, Lodge Grass 0

Fort Benton 52, Cascade 8

Geraldine-Highwood 37, Valley Christian 35

Hamilton 48, Dillon 6

Helena 28, Billings Senior 14

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 52, Noxon 27

Hot Springs 33, Big Sandy 19

Jefferson 35, Whitehall 14

Kalispell Glacier 33, Great Falls Cmr 21

Kellogg, Id 62, Corvallis 14

Lewistown 33, Havre 0

Libby 37, Ronan 6

Malta 23, Huntley Project 6

Missoula Big Sky 42, Billings Skyview 7

Missoula Hellgate 42, Belgrade 20

Missoula Sentinel 34, Bozeman 14

Park City 44, Ennis 20

Polson 35, Stevensville 0

Power-Dutton-Brady 44, Sunburst 10

Roy-Winifred 54, Jordan 26

Seeley-Swan 58, Plains 0

Sheridan 35, Twin Bridges 8

Sidney 47, Livingston 0

St. Ignatius 36, Charlo 26

Thompson Falls 44, St. Regis-Mullan (Id) 26

Townsend 43, Anaconda 0

Whitefish 20, Frenchtown 17

Scotties Drop Volleyball Match To Plentywood

Saturday, September 4th 2021

Plentywood def. Glasgow, 25-19, 23-25, 25-12, 17-25, 15-0

Glasgow Statistics:

Kills: Abrianna Nielsen 11
Blocks: Carly Nelson 2
Aces: Klaire Krumweide 2
Digs: Blaire Westby 25
Assists: Daley Aune 14

The Scotties will play at the Chinook Invitational on Saturday

406mtsports.com High School Football Rankings

Thursday, September 2nd 2021

Class AA
1. Missoula Sentinel (1-0)

2. Billings West (0-1)

3. Helena (1-0)

4. Kalispell Glacier (1-0)

5. Billings Senior (1-0)

Class A
1. Hamilton (1-0)

2. Laurel (1-0)

3. Miles City (1-0)

4. Billings Central (0-0)

5. Whitefish (1-0)

Class B
1. Manhattan (0-0)

2. Florence-Carlton (0-0)

3. Fairfield (0-0)

4. Townsend (0-0)

5. Shepherd (1-0)

6. Bigfork (0-0)

7. Eureka (1-0)

8. Huntley Project (1-0)

9. Columbus (0-0)

10. Three Forks (1-0)

1. Drummond-Philipsburg (1-0)

2. Fort Benton (1-0)

3. Joliet (1-0)

4. Scobey (1-0)

5. Thompson Falls (1-0)

6. Culbertson (1-0)

7. Alberton-Superior (1-0)

8. Belt (1-0)

9. Twin Bridges (1-0)

10. Shelby (0-1)

1. Froid-Lake (1-0)

2. White Sulphur Springs (1-0)

3. Hot Springs (1-0)

4. Power-Dutton-Brady (1-0)

5. Broadview-Lavina (1-0)

6. Bridger (1-0)

7. Richey-Lambert (1-0)

8. Shields Valley (1-0)

9. DGS-GRW (1-0)

10. Big Sandy (0-1)

Three-Week Scottie Athletic Outlook

Thursday, September 2nd 2021

Thursday Sept. 2nd -- JV VB @ Lustre
Friday Sept. 3rd -- HS VB vs. Plentywood 4:00 PM
Saturday Sept. 4th -- HS FB @ Roundup 6:00 PM
Saturday Sept. 4th -- HS VB @ Chinook Invitational
Saturday Sept. 4th -- HS/MS XC @ Poplar Invitational
Saturday Sept. 4th -- MS VB @ Poplar Jamboree
Saturday Sept. 4th -- MS FB @ Malta Jamboree
Monday Sept. 6th -- JV FB vs. Malta 3:00 PM
Tuesday Sept. 7th -- 1st Day of 3rd-6th VB Skills @ Irle Gymnasium
Thursday Sept. 9th -- HS VB @ Malta
Thursday Sept. 9th -- MS VB vs. Sidney @ GMS 4:30
Friday Sept. 10th -- HS FB vs. Baker 7:00 PM
Saturday Sept. 11th -- HS VB @ Harlem
Saturday Sept. 11th -- HS XC @ Havre
Saturday Sept. 11th -- MS XC Glasgow Invitational @ Sullivan Park
Saturday Sept. 11th -- MS VB @ Wolf Point Jamboree
Saturday Sept. 11th -- MS FB @ Glendive
Monday Sept. 13th -- JV FB vs. Wolf Point 5:00 PM
Tuesday Sept. 14th -- College Fair @ GHS
Friday Sept. 17th -- HS FB @ Colstrip
Friday Sept. 17th -- HS VB @ Plentywood
Friday Sept. 17th -- 1st Day of 3rd-th XC Skills @ Bundy Park
Saturday Sept. 18th -- HS VB @ Poplar
Saturday Sept. 18th -- HS/MS XC @ Scottie Invitational @ Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck
Saturday Sept. 18th -- MS VB @ Scobey
Saturday Sept. 18th -- MS FB vs. Sidney 10:00 AM

DSU Bluehawks Fall to Black Hills 30-24

Thursday, September 2nd 2021

The Dickinson State University Bluehawk football team fell on the road to the Black Hills State Yellowjackets by a score of 30-24, in a college football game in Spearfish, SD on Thursday night. The Yellowjackets capitalized on Bluehawk miscues, as they turned 2 DSU turnovers ,and a blocked field goal into 21 points, to secure the non-conference victory.

Dickinson State- 7-10-10-24
Black Hills State- 3-17-17-30

1st Quarter
BHSU- Jacob Parks 35 yard field goal (9:03)
DSU- Kaden Kuntz 23 yard TD reception from Drew Bodecker (Jace Johnson kick) (3:52)

2nd Quarter
BHSU- Matthew Collier 50 yard TD run (Jacob Parks kick) (11:10)
DSU- Jace Johnson 27 yard field goal (8:05)
BHSU- Chance Eben 38 yard TD pass to Hasan Williams (Parks Kick) (:13)

3rd Quarter- no scoring

4th Quarter
BHSU- Chance Eben 3 yard TD pass to Kieler Harpam (Parks kick) (13:15)
BHSU- Aiden Willard 18 yard TD pass to Matthew Collier (PAT missed) (10:30)
DSU- Aaron White 15 yard TD pass to Tyger Frye (Johnson kick) (5:30)
DSU- Aaron White 3 yard TD pass to Kaden Kuntz (Johnson kick) (1:21)

Scottie Volleyball Team To Compete In Chinook Invitational Tourney Saturday

Wednesday, September 1st 2021

The Scottie Volleyball Team will match up with Class C powerhouse Plentywood on Friday. This will be the home opener for the Scotties.

On Saturday the Scotties will travel to Chinook for a invitational tourney.

Sports Broadcast Schedule This Week

Tuesday, August 31st 2021

6:30pm- Griz Football Coach’s Show
7:30pm- Bobcat Football Coach’s Show

Dickinson State vs Black Hills
5:30pm pregame
6pm game time

8am- Saturday Morning Sports Show

1pm- College Football- Montana State at Wyoming

6pm- University of Montana at Washington

Glasgow at Roundup
5:45 pregame
6pm game time

Glasgow Middle School cross country runners open season in Wolf Point

Monday, August 30th 2021

Glasgow Middle School’s girls cross country runners finished a single point out of first place in their first meet of the season, a 1.55-mile course in Wolf Point last Friday. The Scottie boys, with only five runners, finished in fourth place.

The girls were paced by 8th grader Kimber Dulaney, who took second place overall with a time of 10:30. The Scotties’ other scorers were Haleigh Huntsman, who placed 6th overall in 11:10, just ahead of Josie Kemp, 7th in 11:22. Jensina Tweten, in 26th place in 12:33, and Caylen Jankowski, 31st in 13:34, rounded out the Glasgow scorers.

Other Glasgow runners included Aspen Probert, 39th in 14:30; Willow Sugg, 48th in 16:00; Rebekah Bailey, 51st in 16:28; Karsyn Sillerud, 55th in 16:53; and Chloe Lamb, 56th in 17:10.

As a team, the GMS girls tallied 50 points, a single point behind first-place Poplar. Other schools that fielded complete teams included Sidney, Wolf Point, Frontier, and Frazer. Circle, Culbertson, Fairview, Nashua, and Scobey competed but didn’t have enough runners to qualify for team scores.

On the boys side, Glasgow tallied 75 points to finish in 4th place, behind Sidney, Culbertson, and Poplar. The Scotties were led by 6th grader Garrett Thompson, who took 17th place in 11:15. Teammate Rowen Kloker was right behind, finishing in 19th place in 11:26. Glasgow’s other placers were Timothy Pearson, 29th in 11:49; Jack Milam, who finished in 34th place with a time of 12:17; and Aaron Mickelson, who took 51st place with his run of 16:08.

“Our numbers are down a bit, especially on the boys side, but I was pleased with how the runners pushed themselves and each other,” says GMS coach Andrew McKean. “You could certainly tell that the veteran runners, including Kimber, Haleigh, and Josie, know how to pace themselves, pass strategically, and when to kick into higher gear.”

McKean said he was also happy to see teammates encourage each other and even runners from rival schools.

The GMS Scotties travel to Poplar this Saturday before returning to Sullivan Park for a middle-school-only meet on Saturday, Sept. 11. Racing starts at 10 a.m. for the boys, with the girls race to follow about 10:45.

“It’s a good opportunity for the community to come out and cheer on these hard-working runners,” says McKean, who noted that the coaches are looking for any volunteers to help marshal the course, time runners, and work the finish line. “Normally our high school runners officiate this meet, but they’re in Havre on Sept. 11, so we’re looking for any community help we can get.”

Prep Football Scores From 8/28

Sunday, August 29th 2021


Bainville 53, North Star 45

Broadview-Lavina 42, Wibaux 0

Chinook 40, Park City 24

DGS-GRW 50, Jordan 25

Froid-Lake 49, Roy-Winifred 13

Harlem 60, Lodge Grass 52

Laurel 47, Livingston 0

Plentywood 41, Poplar 0

Polson 49, Kalispell Glacier JV 21

Power-Dutton-Brady 56, Noxon 22

Shepherd 28, Glasgow 14

St. Ignatius 66, Victor 44

Sunburst 52, Centerville 33

Twin Bridges 70, Great Falls Central 12

White Sulphur Springs 46, Big Sandy 33

Frontier Conference Football Scores

Sunday, August 29th 2021

Frontier Conference football


College of Idaho 42, MSU-Northern 14

Montana Western 25, Carroll College 22

Rocky Mountain College 42, Southern Oregon 28

Eastern Oregon 26, Montana Tech 24

Scotties Fall To Shepherd, 28-14

Saturday, August 28th 2021

The Scottie football team lost to Shepherd in non-conference play on Saturday afternoon, 28-14. Glasgow is now 0-1 on the season and will travel to Roundup next Saturday.

1Q Glasgow 8, Shepherd 0
HALF Glasgow 8, Shepherd 6
3Q Shepherd 14, Glasgow 8
FINAL Shepherd 28, Glasgow 14

Unofficial Statistics:
Passing: Mason Donaldson 121 yards passing
Tatum Hansen 77 yards rushing
Ashton Potter 81 yards receiving

1Q Glasgow: 22 yard TD run Kyler Hallock (2 point conversion Mason Donaldson to Mo Fast)
2Q Shepherd: 40 yard TD pass Kolby Kring to Braden Lammers (2 point conversion attempt fails)
3Q Shepherd: 78 yard TD pass Kring to Lammers (Neidinger 2 point conversion run)
4Q Shepherd: 50 yard TD interception return Connor Hash (2 point conversion pass Kring to Munn)
4Q Shepherd: 5 yard TD run Connor Hash (2 point conversion attempt fails)
4Q Glasgow: 60 yard TD run Tatum Hansen (2 point conversion attempt fails)

Scottie Volleyball Team Finishes 5th At Choteau Tourney

Saturday, August 28th 2021

Glasgow def. Shelby 25-13, 20-25, 7-3. Scotties close the weekend with a 7-5 overall record & a 5th place tournament finish.

The Scottie volleyball team finished third out of 15 teams, and made it to the gold round of play at the Choteau Invitational Tournament on Saturday.

Gold Round scores:

Glasgow def. Conrad 21-13, 21-14
Manhattan Christian def. Glasgow 8-21, 21-5
Choteau def. Glasgow 14-21, 21-11
Glasgow def. Bigfork 21-7, 21-14

Scottie Cross Country Teams Compete At Billings Invitational

Saturday, August 28th 2021

Varsity Boys- 9th
39th- Reed Larsen 18:06.65
40th- Lane Thompson 18:06.67
42nd- Kyler Holinde 18:14.32
68th- Bergen Miller 18:54
84th- Dalton Sand 19:28
110th- Blake Lloyd 21:14
120th- Riley Smith 22:03

JV Boys
52nd- Eli Feezell 21:38
130- Owen Thompson 26:42
140- Dylan Hlad 29:09

Varsity Girls- 14th
7th- Iris McKean 19:58
40th- Tanae Baker 22:22
91st- Abigail Kulczyk 24:59
106- Kheyerah Bilger 26:30
110- Eve Stone 27:21
114- Haylly Turner 27:32

Scottie Volleyball Team Competes In Choteau Tourney This Weekend

Saturday, August 28th 2021

4-3 record in pool play Friday.

Choteau def. Glasgow 21-7, 21-20
Florence-Carlton def. Glasgow 21-19, 21-17
Glasgow def. Cut Bank 21-10, 21-9
Glasgow def. Three Forks 21-4, 21-16
Glasgow def. Ennis 21-13, 21-18
Glasgow def. Thompson falls 21-19, 21-18
Manhattan Christian def. Glasgow 21-17, 21-20

Scotties will play Fairfield at 8:30am Saturday.

Friday Prep Football Scores

Saturday, August 28th 2021


Billings Senior 18, Butte 17


Alberton-Superior 66, Plains 8

Billings Skyview 34, Kalispell Flathead 7

Bowman County, ND 45, Wolf Point 0

Bozeman Gallatin 13, Missoula Big Sky 3

Bridger 34, Meeteetse, WY 32

Clark Fork, ID 56, Troy 6

Columbia Falls 35, Stevensville 6

Culbertson 48, Fairview 14

Eureka 14, Bonners Ferry, ID 13

Forsyth 36, Broadus 10

Frenchtown 45, Browning 6

Great Falls CMR 37, Missoula Hellgate 35

Hamilton 46, Corvallis 8

Havre 12, Sidney 7

Helena 22, Great Falls 0

Helena Capital 14, Bozeman 12

Huntley Project 14, Big Timber 12

Joliet 36, Shelby 20

Kalispell Glacier 52, Belgrade 0

Lewistown 41, Glendive 6

Libby 55, East Helena 0

Miles City 36, Hardin 0

Missoula Loyola 14, Cut Bank 13

Missoula Sentinel 22, Billings West 19

Polson 2, Butte Central 0 (forfeit)

Richey-Lambert 68, Harlowton-Ryegate 20

Salmon, ID 26, Anaconda 14

Scobey 44, Circle 0

Seeley-Swan 26, Arlee 8

Sheridan 27, Choteau 25 (OT)

Shields Valley 34, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 14

Thompson Falls 42, Charlo 0

Three Forks 43, Roundup 6

Westby-Grenora 42, Ekalaka 36

Whitefish 28, Dillon 26

Scottie Football Team Opens Up Season Against Shepherd Today At 3pm

Saturday, August 28th 2021

The Scottie Football Team opens the season with Shepherd today at Scottie Field at 3pm!

Here is some Scottie Football information as the Scotties start another season on the gridiron.
All information compiled by Brenner Flaten at www.scottiepride.com

Following the implementation of an intramural program in 1916, football was officially adopted by Glasgow High School (MT) in 1922.

The Scotties have played in eight state championship games during their 98-year history, winning Class A titles in 1976, 80, 83, and 86. The team also had back-to-back undefeated seasons in 1965 and 66. These seasons, however, were spoiled as Montana did not hold playoffs for Class A during those years.

The Scotties were re-classified to Class B in 1992, where they have continued to experience success. Winning the District 2B conference nine times, appearing in the state playoffs in 22 out of 29 years, and advancing to the state semifinals on seven occasions.

Since 1922, the Scotties have compiled a record of 457-317 with 14 ties.

Head-to-Head Results with school that have played at least 10 games against the Scotties:

Baker 13-13
Billings Central 11-6
Chinook 9-5
Colstrip 9-8
Conrad 7-6
Cut Bank 5-5
Fairfield 2-8
Glendive 29-48-1
Hardin 20-2
Harlem 27-0
Havre 20-35
Laurel 14-8-1
Lewistown 23-10-2
Livingston 7-5
Malta 32-24-2
Miles City 26-26
Plentywood 18-8
Poplar 26-7
Scobey 7-3
Sidney 23-25-1
Williston 10-9
Wolf Point 61-18-2

8/28 Saturday Morning Sports Show

Saturday, August 28th 2021

The Saturday Morning Sports Show debuted on Saturday with guests including Patrick Barnett, Rod Karst, Reed Larsen and Bergen Miller!


Scottie Cross Country Teams Compete In Billings Friday

Friday, August 27th 2021

The season-opening Billings Invitational cross country meet is set for Friday at Amend Park.

The varsity boys will begin at 12:25 p.m. and the varsity girls will start at 1:25 p.m.

A JV boys race will be held at noon and the JV girls competition at 12:50 p.m.

Teams competing include the three Billings public high schools, Billings Central, Laurel and Lockwood, Belfry, Belgrade, Bozeman, Brockton, Cody (Wyoming), Colstrip, Miles City, Dickinson (North Dakota), Lewistown, Fromberg, Bozeman Gallatin, Glasgow, Hardin, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap, Huntley Project, Joliet, Lodge Grass, Lovell (Wyoming), Melstone, Park City, Broadus, Powell (Wyoming), Red Lodge, Roberts, Rocky Mountain (Wyoming), Roundup, Shepherd, Sidney, St. Labre, Big Timber, Tongue River (Wyoming), and Worland (Wyoming).

Second Annual Hi-Line Hyzers Fall Fling Disc Golf Tourney Set For Fort Peck

Wednesday, August 25th 2021

Glasgow, Montana (8/3/2021)- The Hi-Line Hyzers Disc Golf Club are pleased to announce that the second annual Hi-Line Hyzers Fall Fling Disc Golf Tournament will be held at The Fortress Disc Golf Course in Fort Peck, Montana on September 25, 2021. The tournament is sanctioned by the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA). The PDGA is the international governing body for the sport of disc golf and sanctions well over 3,100 tournaments in 49 states and 29 countries each year for professional and amateur disc golfers.

Disc Golf, or Frisbee™ Golf as it is more commonly known, is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States with over 7,000 courses in existence and many more being installed each year. The sport is played using the same general rules, terminology and etiquette as traditional golf, but instead of using a club to hit a ball into a hole in the ground, the player throws a high-tech flying disc into a standardized target. Most courses are comprised of 18 par rated holes with diverse terrain and natural obstacles and the object, just as in traditional golf, is to play in as few throws of the disc as possible. Serious competitors carry a bag of approximately 10-15 discs, each one having a different flight characteristic, but the sport can be played recreationally with only one disc. Golf discs are very different in design from the Frisbee™ you play catch with and can be skillfully thrown by the sport’s top professional players as far as 500’ with amazing pinpoint accuracy.

Tournament Director Brandon Bigelbach stated, “Fort Peck is one of the best places to visit and recreate in northeast Montana. We have an exploding disc golf scene here in northeast Montana and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to host our second annual tournament as a full-fledged PDGA event. I, along with the rest of the Hi-Line Hyzers Disc Golf Club, are confident that we will put together an unforgettable experience for our players, and we hope to see you there!”

For additional information, contact tournament director, Brandon Bigelbach at Brandon@hilinehyzers.org, and check out the tournament website at https://www.discgolfscene.com and search for “Hi-Line Hyzers Fall Fling”

Scottie Football Team Kicks Off Season Saturday

Tuesday, August 24th 2021

The Glasgow Scotties will open up their season on Saturday as they host Shepherd at Scottie Field.

Kick off is set for 3pm.

Scottie Volleyball Opens Season At Choteau Tourney

Tuesday, August 24th 2021

The Scottie Volleyball team will open up their season with a flurry of matches on Friday and Saturday as they compete at the Choteau Invitational.

Flaten And Plouffe Claim Missouri River Catfish Clash Tourney Title

Monday, August 23rd 2021

Low Water. That was the theme of the 11th Annual Missouri River Catfish Clash held in Williston, North Dakota over the weekend. The event came into question mid-week due to the low water levels and issues with the boat launch at tournament headquarters. Thankfully, Montana Cats worked collectively with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department to ensure safe access for all the anglers and assured that the event would go on as planned. Despite conditions that had not been seen over the last decade of the event and a drop in prop boat attendance, 42 boats still signed up to give it a go. In a Summer littered with drought and temperatures pushing triple digits for weeks on end, tournament week brought a few unexpected curveballs to those competing. Friday's pre-fishing provided steady rainfall with temperatures dipping into the upper 50's. The weather broke on tournament day, but still much cooler than normal with highs in the low 70's.

Brenner Flaten, Glasgow, MT., and Cole Plouffe, Glendive, MT., are no strangers to success at the Missouri River Catfish Clash and after a year hiatus they reclaimed the top spot with a 5-fish basket weighing in at 30.27 lbs. The Championship comes after Flaten had 3-peated at the event from 2017 to 2019. Plouffe teamed up with Flaten for two of those previous titles. The duo finished 3rd place in 2020. When asked about what made this tournament different from previous ones, Flaten quipped, "Well...we went up river to our first location and caught a big fish. After another 1 1/2 hours we made another move and found our other big fish of the day. From there it was just consistently moving and small upgrades throughout the day to get us to 27 lbs. With 2 hours left we made a long run and finished at a spot we had liked from pre-fishing. We landed 7 cats there; with 3 of them being the bottom 3 of our basket fish. All three between 4.5 and 5.5. Our last big upgrade came with just 40 minutes left."

Finishing in the runner-up spot, in their Montana Cats Circuit debut, was the team of Cole Kollman and Eric Volkman, both of Sidney, with an outstanding basket of fish that tipped the scales at 29.76 lbs., just a 1/2 pound off a tournament championship. Incredibly, the 3rd place team was also new to the Catfish Clash event. Dan Lawrence, Crane, MT., and Dave Lawrence, Savage, MT., finished just out of contention with 29.17 lbs. It is awesome to see new anglers on tour and even better to see them have immediate success. Congratulations to both teams!

The 4th place team is certainly not new to the big show. Joshua Pruitt, Watford City, ND. and Caleb Wells, Williston, ND. added yet another top 5 finish to their impressive Catfish Clash resume. The local anglers put together a very solid day on the water with 27.58 lbs. Pruitt and Wells were 2nd in 2020, 3rd in 2017, & 2nd in 2016.

Rounding out the top five was Chad Dawson and Matt Heth of Dickinson, ND. Dawson is a 2-time Catfish Clash Champion in his own right and he added another top 5 to an already impressive tournament catfishing resume. The fifth place finish puts a bow on one of the more consistent season's on circuit we have seen to date. Dawson also finished 4th at the season opening Yellowstone Challenge in Huntley, took 6th place on his home waters at the Cat Classic in Glasgow, and took the championship last month at the Monster Cat Roundup in Sidney. A 4-tournament score of 88 points. Simply impressive. As is customary though, one event is dropped from an angler's season in tabulating the Angler of the Year point standings. His Cat Classic finish is dropped, putting Chad at 68 points and just short of AOY honors. Local angler, Wes Whitacre, stole the show for a brief period during the middle of weigh-ins when be brought a trophy to the scale. The Channel Cat's official weight of 13.55 lbs. is the 3rd largest in tournament history! Congratulations to Wes on a job well done.

That left only one question? Who is this season's BnM Poles Montana Cats Angler of the Year? Well it's a familiar face. Congratulations to Cole Plouffe on a 3rd consecutive Angler of the Year! Cole fished with 4 different partners this season. His top 3 performances were a 4th place at the Yellowstone Challenge with Chad Dawson, a 3rd place finish at the Classic with Jason Flaten, and his title with Brenner Flaten over the weekend. Those three finishes were worth a cool 70 points, enough to just out-distance his good friend Chad Dawson for the highest honor. The "Wise Guys", Bobby and Robert, out Billings, tied for 3rd in the final AOY standings with a season score of 63. The Seder brothers rounded out the top five with 60 points apiece.

That brings the 2021 Montana Cats season to a close. It was another year of fantastic fishing that involved over 230 teams over the four events and well over 300 different anglers! We are fortunate to live in an area with great bodies of water, along with people who are competitive and passionate about the sport of Catfishing. Above all, memories were made and new friendships were forged. We look forward to bringing you all some new and excited changes for next season. Thank you to ALL of our individual tournament sponsors as well as our circuit level sponsors; BnM Poles, Thrivent Financial-Shelly George, Enduro Products, Montucky Cold Snacks, & RS Jet Boat Anchors. We will see you all in the Billings area on May 14th, 2022 for the 16th Annual Yellowstone Challenge.

Eastern A District American Legion Baseball All-Conference Team Announced

Thursday, August 19th 2021

Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Tournament Is Saturday

Saturday, August 14th 2021

The Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, August 14th at Sunnyside Golf & Country Club.

The tournament features free beer & water on every hole & cash/prizes on every hole. Sack lunches, dinner, and team mulligans are included with the $100/person entry.

Scottie Athletic Participation Numbers Are Up!

Friday, August 13th 2021

Numbers are UP across the board for Scottie Athletics this Fall!
Football — 45
Volleyball - 24
Boys & Girls Cross Country — 24.

Paint Run/Walk Is Saturday

Friday, August 13th 2021

The 7th Annual Paint Run/Walk is Sat. Aug. 14th. This event is jointly sponsored by GHS Student Council & the Glasgow Recreation Department & is a fundraiser for the Warriors on the Water Project.

The race begins in front of the Civic Center with registration at 8a.m., race at 9a.m.

Entry Fee is $30 and includes a Paint Run/Walk T-shirt.

Participants are asked to wear a white t-shirt as they will be sprayed with colored powder paint throughout the course.

For more information, contact Rod Karst or the Glasgow Recreation Department.

Scottie Cross Country Kicks Off With 12:01am Practice

Friday, August 13th 2021

Scottie Cross Country kicked off the season their annual 12:01am first practice!

Mandatory Parent Meeting, Fall Scottie Practice Schedules Released

Thursday, August 5th 2021

Welcome to another year at Glasgow High School! As summer break winds down here are a few necessary reminders:

MANDATORY PARENT MEETING for ALL middle school and high school students planning on participating in sports during the 2021-22 school year will be held on Thursday August 12th 7:00 PM at the GHS Auditorium. The High School Office will open up at 5:00 PM to accept mandatory athletic fees and paperwork. Please arrive EARLY. This meeting is for parents only and is for parents who will have a student participating in a fall, winter, or a spring sport this school year. Student athletes do NOT need to attend.


High School Football --
Friday August 13th 8:00 AM @ GHS (Equipment Check-Out/1st Practice)
Friday August 13th 4:00 PM @ GHS (2nd Practice Session)

High School Volleyball --
Friday August 13th 6:30 AM @ GHS (1st Practice Session - By Head Coach Invite ONLY)
Friday August 13th 5:45 PM @ GHS (2nd Practice Session for ALL 9th-12th Graders)

High School Cross Country --
Friday August 13th 12:01 AM OR 7:00 AM @ GHS (Runners can attend practice of choice)

High School Cheer --
Monday August 16th 4:00 PM @ GHS

Middle School Football --
Monday August 16th 4:00 PM @ GMS (7th-8th Grade)

Middle School Volleyball --
Monday August 16th 4:00 PM @ GMS (8th Grade Only)
Monday August 16th 5:30 PM @ GMS (7th Grade Only)

Middle School Cross Country --
Monday August 16th 5:00 PM @ GMS (6th-8th Grade)

ALL Student Athletes NEED the following on Day ONE of Practice:
1. Completed Athletic Physical
2. Parent Medical Consent/Training Rules Form (Double Sided)
3. Completed Concussion Baseline Testing (This is good for 2 years. If you took it last year, you do NOT need it this year.) Testing will be conducted on Tuesday Aug. 3rd thru Friday Aug. 6th anytime from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM at GHS Room #6.

**ALL Student Athletes NEED the following by the end of the first week of Practice:
1. Double Sided Drug Testing Form (High School ONLY)
2. $40 Activity Ticket
3. $50 Participation Fee (Middle School Participation is $25)
4. Optional Sack Lunches for each sports season is $20

Another date to keep in mind is the 2021 Homecoming Week for Glasgow Schools. It will be Sept. 27th - Oct. 2nd this year. Homecoming will feature a spirit week, bonfire, dance, coronation, parade, football game vs Fairfield, volleyball games vs. North Country and Sidney, and of course BAG PIPES!

We hope the 2021-22 school year is a memorable one for all of you. GO SCOTTIES!

Concussion Testing Is This Week

Thursday, August 5th 2021

Student Athlete Concussion Testing for ALL 6th-12th Grade students participating in sports this year will be held in Room 6 at Glasgow High School on Tues. Aug. 3rd thru Fri. Aug. 6th from Noon to 4:00 p.m. each day.

This test is good for 2 years and is REQUIRED for every athlete. If you tested last school year. You do NOT need it this year.

Fishing For The Cure Fishing Tournament Is August 7th

Thursday, August 5th 2021

Fishing for the Cure Fishing Tournament is Sat. Aug. 7th at the Rock Creek Marina.

There will be silent & live auctions, & raffles for a handmade quilt or a Jet Ski & trailer worth $7000. There will be hoodies & tank tops at the event.

ALL proceeds go to the research for childhood cancer.

To register for the fishing tournament, contact Jane 406-989-1256, or Jamie 406-230-6912.

Glasgow Wrestling Camp Is August 9-11

Thursday, August 5th 2021

The 2021 Glasgow Wrestling Camp is Aug. 9 – 11, at the Glasgow Wrestling Center, 12 Thompson Drive.

Camp director is GHS Head Coach, Jory Casterline, & will feature Derek St. John, David Carr, Alli Ragan & Jarrett Degen.

Grades K – 3rd will have registration at 8a.m. & sessions are from 9 – 10:30a.m. with a cost of $50. Those in 4th – 12th grade will have registration at 9:30a.m. with sessions from 10:30a.m. – 12:30p.m. & 2 – 4p.m. with a cost of $150.

Register at www.glasgowwrestlingcamps.com, or mail your check to Glasgow Wrestling Camp, 914 Jet Drive, Glasgow, MT 59230.

Contact Jory, 406-698-4743, for more information.

Protein Sticks Win Co-ed Championship

Wednesday, August 4th 2021

Back Row: Wyatt Miller, Trevor Hamilton, Bret Clampitt, Tyson Stebleton, Kelly Tuttle
Front Row: Teila Zelard, Martin Weeks, Tasha Fourstar, Sasha Fourstar, Kyrsten Miller
Not Pictured: Anthony Cloud

GRD Co-ed Softball Tournament
Thursday, July 29th 2021

Championship Game

Protein Sticks def. Taylor Storage 14-12

Final Standings
Northern Lights 13-3
Protein Sticks 12-3
5th Ave. Pharmacy 10-5
Taylor Storage 6-9
Dinks 5-11
Alley’s Palace 0-15

Mark Yoakam Inducted Into National High School Athletic Coaches Association Hall Of Fame

Thursday, July 29th 2021

Longtime Montana high school mentor Mark Yoakam has been inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) Hall of Fame at a ceremony this week in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Yoakam boasts an impressive 46-year career, and was the 2016 NHSACA national girls assistant coach of the year. Over those four decades as either a head or assistant coach, his teams have collected 60 state trophies, 28 of those state championships, including 20 with the Blue Devils.

His coaching career spanned 26 years at Glasgow High School, where the Scotties won eight consecutive girls cross country championships, with Yoakam serving as head coach for the final five. The eight straight titles set a national record. Glasgow also won a pair of track and field state championships, one boys and one girls title.

Yoakam then moved to Nebraska for six years before returning to the Treasure State, where he has remained in Corvallis for the past 14 years. According to the MCA, Yoakam has seen the Blue Devils win an astounding 36 state trophies, including six girls track and field state titles, five boys track championships, and nine cross country titles -- five in the girls program and four in the boys.

Corvallis has also posted 16 top-three finishes, with Yoakam's mentoring turning the Blue Devils' track and cross country programs into some of the greatest in Montana.

Yoakam is a three-time Montana Coaches Association coach of the year and an 11-time nominee. Along with his 2016 national assistant of the year accolade, he has also been nominated for the regional coach of the year. He has previously been inducted to the Glasgow High School Hall of Fame and Montana Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

GRD Co-ed Softball

Thursday, July 29th 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball Tournament
Wednesday, July 28th 2021

Taylor Storage def. Dinks 15-5
5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Alley’s Palace 25-6

Taylor Storage def. Northern Lights 14-11
Protein Sticks def. 5th Ave. Pharmacy 22-15

Final Standings
Northern Lights 13-3
Protein Sticks 12-3
5th Ave. Pharmacy 10-5
Taylor Storage 6-9
Dinks 5-11
Alley’s Palace 0-15

Championship Game

Thursday, July 29th 2021

6:30PM Field 1: Protein Sticks vs. Taylor Storage

Glendive Wins Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Title

Monday, July 26th 2021

The Glendive Blue Devils defeated the Laurel Dodgers 14-2 to claim the championship of the Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tourney on Sunday.

The Blue Devils went 4-0 in the tourney to claim the championship despite being the #4 seed coming in to the tourney played in Glasgow.

Glendive defeated Glasgow, Laurel, Miles City and the Laurel Dodgers for a second time to win the tourney title.

Earlier in the day on Sunday, Laurel beat Miles City 13-8 for the right to advance to the championship game.

Both Glendive and Laurel will advance to the State Class A Legion Tourney this weekend in Havre.

Saturday Results From Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tourney

Sunday, July 25th 2021


Laurel 8, Billings Cardinals 3 (LO)
Glasgow 12, Billings Blue Jays 11 (8 innings) (LO)
Glendive 6, Miles City 4 (SF)
Laurel 4, Glasgow 3 (LO)


Laurel vs Miles City 10am (LO)
Glendive vs winner of Laurel/Miles City 12:30pm

Friday Results From Eastern A District Tourney

Saturday, July 24th 2021

Eastern A District Baseball
Friday Results:
9am- Billings Cardinals 7, Froid 4. (LO)
11:30am- Glasgow 11, Wolf Point 1 (LO)
2pm- Miles City 9, Billings Blue Jays 8
5pm- Glendive 11, Laurel 10

Saturday Pairings:

9am- Laurel vs Billings Cardinals (LO)
11:30am- Billings Blue Jays vs Glasgow (LO)
2pm- Miles City vs Glendive
5pm- winners of 9am and 11:30 games

Thursday Results From Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tourney

Friday, July 23rd 2021

Thursday Results Eastern A Legion Tourney

Billings Blue Jays 8, Billings Cardinals 4
Miles City 7, Froid 3
Laurel 10, Wolf Point 0
Glendive 14, Glasgow 10

Friday Pairings:

9am- Billings Cardinals vs Froid (LO)
11:30am- Glasgow vs Wolf Point (LO)
2pm- Billings Blue Jays vs Miles City
5pm- Glendive vs Laurel

GRD Co-Ed Softball Scores

Thursday, July 22nd 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, July 21st 2021

Protein Sticks def. Dinks via forfeit
5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Dinks via forfeit

Northern Lights def. Taylor Storage 14-8
Protein Sticks def. Taylor Storage 16-12

5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Alley’s Palace 32-4
Northern Lights def. Alley’s Palace 16-8

Final Standings
Northern Lights 13-3
Protein Sticks 12-3
5th Ave. Pharmacy 10-5
Taylor Storage 6-9
Dinks 5-11
Alley’s Palace 0-15

Tournament Next Week:
Wednesday, July 28th 2021

6:00PM Game 1: Field 1: Taylor Storage vs. Dinks
Game 2: Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Alley’s Palace

7:30PM Game 3: Field 1: Winner of Game #1 vs. Northern Lights
Game 4: Field 3: Winner of Game #2 vs. Protein Sticks

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Glasgow, MT 59230
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