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GRD Women's Basketball League Scores

Thursday, October 29th 2020

GRD
Women’s Basketball League

Wednesday, October 28th 2020

North Bench Livestock/Border Runners def. Basket Brawlers/Dinks 45-37
High Scorers:
North Bench Livestock/Border Runners – Jody Mason – 12
Basket Brawlers/Dinks – Sacarra Molina – 16


League Standings
Benchwarmers 1-0
North Bench Livestock/Border Runners 1-0
Basket Brawlers/Dinks 0-2

Games Next Week:

Wednesday, November 4th 2020

6:30PM North Bench Livestock/Border Runners vs. Benchwarmers


District 2-B Volleyball Bracket

Tuesday, October 27th 2020


Class B Football Playoffs

Monday, October 26th 2020

2020 Class B football state playoffs

First round, Oct. 30-31

Columbus at Red Lodge
Glasgow at Eureka
Colstrip at Manhattan
Bigfork at Malta
Missoula Loyola at Fairfield
Whitehall at Shepherd
Conrad at Florence
Huntley Project at Townsend

Quarterfinals, Nov. 6-7

Columbus/Red Lodge winner vs. Glasgow/Eureka winner
Colstrip/Manhattan winner vs. Bigfork/Malta winner
Missoula Loyola/Fairfield winner vs. Whitehall/Shepherd winner
Conrad/Florence winner vs. Huntley Project/Townsend winner

Semifinals, Nov. 13-14

TBD
TBD

Championship, Nov. 20-21

TBD


Saturday 6-Man Football Playoffs

Sunday, October 25th 2020

Bridger 41, Hot Springs 38
Savage 57, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 14
Froid-Lake 56, Broadview-Lavina 56-6
Power-Dutton-Brady 46, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 15


Saturday Volleyball Scores

Saturday, October 24th 2020

Glasgow def. Poplar 25-18, 25-14, 25-19 in the 1st match of Saturday’s Varsity Double Header at Scottie Gymnasium

Glasgow def. Poplar 25-14, 25-12, 25-20 in the 2nd match of Saturday’s Varsity Double Header at Scottie Gymnasium.

The Scotties finish regular season at 12-6 overall, 8-0 in conference play. We will be the number 1 seed at next Friday’s District 2B Tournament in Malta
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Culbertson def. Nashua 25-14, 25-18, 25-23
Wolf Point def. Harlem 3-0
Plentywood def. Richey-Lambert 3-0
Jordan 3, Wibaux 0


Scottie Girls 8th At State Cross Country

Saturday, October 24th 2020

The Glasgow girls cross country team finished 8th at the state cross country meet in Kalispell on Friday. All times were slow due to snowfall on the course, but the Scotties came away with two all-state performances.

Freshman Emily See finished 7th overall, and junior Iris McKean was 10th. Top 15 placers earn all-state honors.

Scottie finishers:
Emily See 7th, 21:37
Iris McKean 10th, 21:53
Haylly Turner 64th, 25:12
Elizabeth Nyquist 100th, 27:39
Kira Beck 104th, 28:15
Eve Stone 107th, 28:33

Team scores:
Broadwater 59, Manhattan 60, Red Lodge 99, Huntley Project 159, Three Forks 192, Shepherd 260, Sweet Grass County 284, Glasgow 285, Thompson Falls 310, Lincoln County 313, St. Ignatius 330, Powell County 365, Anaconda 496, Poplar 503, Malta 503


Scottie Boys Finish 6th At State Cross Country

Saturday, October 24th 2020

The Scottie Boys finished 6th at the state cross country meet in Kalispell on Friday. Times were all slow due to snowfall on the course. Carl Zabrocki was the lone medalist for the Scotties, finishing in 14th place overall.

Carl Zabrocki 14th, 18:28
Lane Thompson 40th, 19:29
Reed Larsen 49th, 20:03
Blake Lloyd 52nd, 20:15
Colter Cumber 57th, 20:23
Bergen Miller 58th, 20:23
Riley Smith 75th, 20:45

Team scores: Lincoln County 63, Manhattan 85, Three Forks 154, Wolf Point 181, Huntley Project 202, Glasgow 212, Broadwater 214, St. Ignatius 267, Thompson Falls 319, Bigfork 326, Jefferson 336, Red Lodge 337, Cut Bank 370, Harlem 399, Shepherd 404, Poplar 444, Powell County 462, Colstrip 491, Loyola-Sacred Heart 507, Whitehall 542, Anaconda 550, Rocky Boy 622


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, October 24th 2020

Billings Central vs. Havre, canceled
Broadus 18, Forsyth 8
Broadview-Lavina vs. Froid-Lake, Saturday, 1 p.m.
Cascade 40, Chinook 38
Colstrip 26, Baker 6
Culberston vs. Scobey, Friday, 7 p.m.
Eureka 28, Bigfork 0
Fairfield 14, Glasgow 8
Harlem vs. Conrad, canceled
Huntley Project vs. Roundup, canceled
Joliet 54, Sheridan 13
Laurel 21, Miles City 0
Malta 34, Cut Bank 0
Manhattan 24, Jefferson 13
Missoula Loyola 2, Deer Lodge 0 (Forfeit)
Poplar vs. Wolf Point, canceled
Red Lodge 40, Shepherd 14
Shields Valley 27, Richey-Lambert 16
Sidney 40, Hardin 6
Townsend 38, Columbus 6
Westby-Grenora 34, Ekalaka 8
Whitehall 14, Big Timber 6


Weekend Volleyball Scores And Schedules

Saturday, October 24th 2020

Friday:
Harlem def. Poplar 3-1
Circle def. Wibaux 3-1
Bainville def. Lustre Christian 23-25, 21-12, 25-21, 25-21

Scobey def. Nashua 25-15, 25-21, 25-16
Nashua team kills 11- Devin Fromdahl and Tia Dees 4 each
Blocks- 5 - Tia Dees 3
Aces- 9 - Kaitlyn Miller, Hannah Toavs, Tia Dees, Hadynn Adkins - 2 each
Digs 22- Hannah Toavs -7
Assists- 10 - Hadynn Adkins 8

Glasgow vs. Poplar, double-header, 1 p.m.
Nashua vs. Culbertson, 4:30 p.m.
North Country vs. Fairview
Plentywood vs. Richey-Lambert
Roundup vs. Malta
Sidney vs. Havre
Terry vs. Circle, canceled
Wolf Point vs. Harlem


Fairfield defeats Glasgow 14-8

Friday, October 23rd 2020

The Fairfield Eagles defeated the Glasgow Scotties 14-8 in Friday night's Class B match-up.


Scottie Volleyball Team Sweeps Harlem

Wednesday, October 21st 2020

Scotties sweep Harlem in a 2-B Doubleheader. Glasgow will travel to Malta on Thursday and will host Poplar on Saturday.

Glasgow def. Harlem 25-16, 25-12, 25-14
Glasgow def. Harlem 25-14, 25-17, 26-24


406mtsports.com Football Rankings

Tuesday, October 20th 2020

Class AA
1. Missoula Sentinel (6-0)

2. Billings West (6-0)

3. Billings Senior (5-1) (+2)

4. Bozeman (4-1) (Previously unranked)

5. Helena (5-1) (-2)

Class A
1. Hamilton (8-0)

2. Billings Central (5-0) (+1)

3. Dillon (6-1) (+1)

4. Laurel (4-1) (+1)

5. Miles City (5-1) (-3)

Class B
1. Manhattan (7-0)

2. Florence-Carlton (6-1) (+1)

3. Bigfork (6-2) (+1)

4. Fairfield (4-1) (+3)

5. Malta (4-1) (-3)

6. Glasgow (7-1)

7. Townsend (5-2) (-2)

8. Huntley Project (3-1)

9. Eureka (5-2)

10. Shepherd (4-2)

8-Man
1. Fort Benton (6-0)

2. Drummond-Philipsburg (Flint Creek) (7-0)

3. Thompson Falls (7-0)

4. Scobey (6-1)

5. Fairview (6-1)

6. Westby-Grenora (6-1)

7. Belt (6-1)

8. Chinook (4-2)

9. Park City (5-1)

10. Joliet (5-1)

6-Man (FINAL)
1. Big Sandy (5-0)

2. Shields Valley (7-0)

3. Froid-Lake (6-0)

4. White Sulphur Springs (3-0)

5. Power-Dutton-Brady (3-1)

6. Savage (4-1)

7. Hot Springs (3-1)

8. Harlowton-Ryegate (5-1)

9. Bridger (5-1)

10. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap (5-2)


Scottie Sports This Week

Monday, October 19th 2020

Glasgow Scottie Volleyball

Tues. vs. Harlem 4:30 PM JV/V/VDoubleheader
Thurs @ Malta 4:00 PM C/JV/V
Sat. vs. Poplar 1:00 PM JV/V/VDoubleheader

Glasgow Scottie Football

Glasgow at Fairfield
Kickoff at 7pm

Glasgow Scottie Cross Country
State Cross Country Meet in Kalispell
Girls at 2pm
Boys at 3pm


Glendive Defeats Glasgow In Volleyball Action

Sunday, October 18th 2020

The Dawson County Red Devils knocked off the Glasgow Scotties in non-conference volleyball on Saturday.

Glendive defeats Glasgow: 17-25, 25-16, 26-24, 25-18

Scottie Statistics:
Tyann Graham- 10 kills
Rachelle Glaser- 2 blocks
Abrianna Nielsen- 4 aces
Blaire Westby- 26 digs
RAchelle Glaser- 23 assists


Scottie Cross Country Results From Thursday At Nemont Invitational

Sunday, October 18th 2020

Scottie Cross Country results from NEMONT Invitational on Thursday in Fort Peck

Boys Scores - Wolf Point 41, Richey-Lamber 49, Glasgow 52, Circle NS, Scobey NS, Culbertson NS, Poplar NS

Carl Zabrocki 2nd 16:51
Lane Thompson 6th 18:14
Bergen Miller 9th 18:28
Reed Larsen 16th 19:11
Riley Smith 19th 19:48.3
Colter Cumber 20th 19:48.5
Eli Feezell 25th 20:40

Girls Scores - Glasgow 62, Poplar 131, Culbertson NS, Malta NS, Plentywood NS, Westby-Grenora NS, Scobey NS, Wolf Point NS, Dodson NS, Circle NS, Nashua NS, Richey-Lambert NS

Iris McKean 1st 19:32
Emily See 4th 21:00
Haylly Turner 11th 23:37
Eve Stone 19th 25:24
Kira Beck 27th 27:37
Elizabeth Nyquist 28th 28:10

Next at MHSA State Cross Country Championships @ Kalispell on Friday


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, October 17th 2020

Belt 30, Chinook 28
Billings Central 42, Miles City 0
Choteau vs. CJI on Saturday
Columbus 22, Big Timber 14
Cut Bank vs. Harlem canceled
Eureka 43, Conrad 10
Fairfield 14, Malta 6
Fairview 76, Broadus 6
Florence-Carlton 42, Corvallis 0
Glasgow 48, Wolf Point 6
Glendive 43, Hardin 6
Laurel 48, Lewistown 10
Manhattan 29, Townsend 14
Poplar vs. Baker canceled
Shepherd 20, Colstrip 6
Sidney 37, Havre 14
Whitehall 42, Three Forks 8


Volleyball Scores And Schedules

Saturday, October 17th 2020

Nashua vs. Culbertson 5:30 Saturday
Baker def. Wolf Point 3-2
Circle def. Ekalaka 3-0
Richey-Lambert def. Culbertson 3-1
Malta vs. Wolf Point on Saturday
Poplar vs. Sidney Saturday
Terry vs. Jordan canceled


Scotties Defeat Wolf Point 48-6

Friday, October 16th 2020

The Glasgow Scotties defeated the Wolf Point Wolves 48-6 in Friday night's Class B match-up.

1Q Glasgow 32, Wolf Point 0
HALF Glasgow 48, Wolf Point 0
3Q Glasgow 48, Wolf Point 6
FINAL Glasgow 48, Wolf Point 6

Scoring
Glasgow Lee 10 yd. Run (2 Pt. Run Lee) 9:50 1ST
Glasgow Lee 15 yd. Run (2 pt. Reception Trey Johnson) 8:42 1ST
Glasgow Hallock 20 yd. Run (2 Pt. Run Hallock) 6:26 1ST
Glasgow Idler 14 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Hansen) 2:58 1ST
Glasgow Idler 2 yd. Pass to Nieskens (2 pt. Run Hansen) 10:10 2ND
Glasgow Hallock 9 Yd. Run (2 pt. Run Hallock) 0:02 2ND
Wolf Point Wilson 61 yd Run (2 pt. Run failed) 9:20 3RD


Scottie Volleyball Clips Wolf Point

Thursday, October 15th 2020

Glasgow def. Wolf Point 25-19, 26-24, 25-5.

Scotties move to 7-5 overall on the season, 3-0 in District 2B Play.


Class B Football Conference Standings

Thursday, October 15th 2020

Class B

East Conf. Overall

Shepherd 3-0 3-2
Huntley Project 3-1 3-1
Red Lodge 2-1 4-2
Roundup 1-2 2-3
Baker 1-3 1-4
Poplar 0-1 0-2
Colstrip 0-2 1-3

North Conf. Overall

Malta 3-0 4-0
Fairfield 2-0 3-1
Glasgow 3-1 6-1
Harlem 1-1 2-2
Conrad 1-3 2-3
Wolf Point 0-1 0-2
Cut Bank 0-3 1-5

South Conf. Overall

Manhattan 4-0 6-0
Townsend 4-0 5-1
Big Timber 2-2 2-3
Columbus 1-3 3-3
Whitehall 2-2 3-2
Jefferson 2-3 2-4
Three Forks 0-5 1-5

West Conf. Overall

Florence-Carlton 4-0 5-1
Bigfork 2-1 5-2
Eureka 2-1 3-2
Missoula Loyola 0-2 0-4
Anaconda 0-2 0-4
Deer Lodge NA
NA


Treasure State Media Football Poll

Thursday, October 15th 2020

Treasure State Media Rankings Week 8
We are down to the final 2 weeks of the regular season. Some light movement this week in the polls but this week we could see a big shakeup. Here are the latest rankings enjoy!


(-) 1st place votes.


CLASS AA
1. Sentinel (5-0)- 82 points (15)

2. Billings West (5-0)- 66 points (1)

3. Helena (5-0)- 53 points (1)

4. Senior (4-1)- 25 points

5. Bozeman (3-1)- 19 points

Also receiving votes-

Glacier- 10 points.

Class A
1. Miles City (5-0)- 79 points (11)

2. Hamilton (7-0)- 74 points (6)

3. Billings Central (4-0)- 42 points

4. Dillon (5-1)- 41 points

5. Laurel (3-1)- 11 points

Also receiving votes-

Columbia Falls- 5 points. Frenchtown- 3 points.

Class B
1. Manhattan (6-0)- 69 points (13)

2. Malta (4-0)- 38 points

3. Florence (5-1)- 31 points

4. Fairfield (3-1)- 22 points (1)

5. Townsend (5-1)- 19 points

Also receiving votes-

Bigfork- 8 points; Glasgow- 7 points; Red Lodge- 5 points; Shepard- 2 points.


Class C 8-man
1. FT Benton (6-0)- 42 points (7)

2. Thompson Falls (7-0)- 33 points

3. Flint Creek (6-0)- 30 points (2)

4. Scobey (5-1)- 10 points

5. Park City (4-1)- 9 points

Also receiving votes-

Mon-Dak-8 points; Belt-1 point.


Class C 6-man
1. Big Sandy (5-0)- 38 points (6)

2. Shields Valley (7-0)- 24 points

3. Froid-Lake (6-0)- 18 points (1)

4. White Sulpher-Springs (3-0)- 17 points

5. Tri-Cities (5-2)- 5 points

5. Hot Springs (3-1)- 5 points

Also receiving votes-

Savage- 2 points; Power-Dutton-Brady- 1 point; Harlowton- 1 point.


Thanks to these voters this week!

Alec Bofinger-Montana Sports
Bruce Saylor-Butte Sports
Brian Reed-Class A FB Insider
Terry Werner-NWMTA
Darren Winberg-NBC-Montana
Stewart Davis-Capital PXP
Kevin Levine-NBC Montana
Stan Ozark-Sports and News Director KLTZ
Shaun Rainey-SWX
Chris Peterson-406mtsports
Geroge Ferguson-Havre Daily News
Jordan Hansen-406 Sports
Anthony Nachreiner-KGEZ Sports Director
Nate Dolan-AA Prep Football
Tyler Smith-AA Prep Football
Jason Walker-The Jason Walker Show
Alex Eschelman-SWX
John Kemper-Helena PXP
Jeremy Grant Schnell-SWX
Chris Stratton-MPSN406
Jack Ginsburg-Montana Sports


Glasgow School District To Limit Spectators At Football And Volleyball

Monday, October 12th 2020

Due to the recent surge in Covid cases within Valley County, the Glasgow School District will be limiting spectators for at least the next 2 weeks at Football and Volleyball events.

Home athletes/coaches will receive 4 ticket vouchers each.

Visiting schools players/coaches will receive 2 ticket vouchers each.

We will not be limiting student attendance. Glasgow High School (and co-op) students will NOT need a ticket voucher. Pre K to 8th grade WILL need a ticket voucher.

If you’re intending to watch from your vehicle or to sit in the grandstands/gymnasium you will need to present a ticket voucher to our ticket sellers in order to gain admittance.


Scottie boys first and girls 2nd at Plentywood Invitational Cross Country

Sunday, October 11th 2020

Boys Scores: Glasgow 38, Richey/Lambert 41, Scobey 76, Sidney 116, Dawson Co. NS, Culbertson NS, Circle NS, Fairview NS, Plentywood NS

Carl Zabrocki 2nd 18:26.04
Lane Thompson 3rd 19:03.35
Bergen Miller 8th 19:46.76
Blake Lloyd 10th 20:13.23
Reed Larsen 15th 20:37.16
Colter Cumber 17th 20:40.89
Riley Smith 20th 20:57.20
Eli Feezell 23rd 21:38.84

Girls Scores: Dawson Co. 60, Glasgow 78, Culbertson 84, Plentywood 132, Sidney 135, Scobey NS, Nashua NS, Westby/Grenora NS, Circle NS, Fairview NS, Richey/Lambert NS

Iris McKean 2nd 20:56.65
Emily See 4th 21:43.99
Haylly Turner 11th 24:55.80
Kira Beck 28th 27:49.13
Eve Stone 33rd 28:31.53
Shanice Lagerquist 40th 29:40.06
Elizabeth Nyquist 43rd 30:54.51


Next at Nemont Invitational @ Fort Peck on Thursday


Scottie volleyball loses tough battle with Plentywood

Sunday, October 11th 2020

The Scottie volleyball team was on the road yesterday as they traveled to Plentywood for a non-conference match up. Plentywood kept their perfect season intact with a 25 – 20, 25 – 20, 16 – 25, 25 – 19 hard fought battle. Plentywood has only lost five sets this season, three of those came at the hands of the Scotties.
The Scotties will host Wolf Point on Wednesday and Glendive on Saturday this week.


Saturday's High School football scores

Sunday, October 11th 2020

Saturday
Box Elder vs. Sunburst, ccd.
Circle 58, Culbertson 18
Denton-Geyser-Stanford vs. Winnett-Grass Range, ppd.
Froid-Lake 52, Wibaux 8
North Star vs. Heart Butte, ccd.
Richey-Lambert 52, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 49
Roy-Winifred vs. Centerville, ccd.
Seeley-Swan 14, Darby 8
Shields Valley 67, Fromberg-Belfry 0
St. Ignatius 52, Plains 6
White Sulphur Springs 53, Hot Springs 15


Disc Golf Tournament Set For October 10th

Saturday, October 10th 2020

The first Hi-Line Hyzers Fall Fling Disc Golf Tournament will be Saturday, October 10th at Centennial Park in Glasgow. Registration begins at 9 a.m. with the first tee time at 10 a.m.

Entry fee is $15. For more information visit the Hiline Hyzers Disc Golf Facebook page.


North Country/Frazer Jr. High Girls Games Canceled Saturday

Saturday, October 10th 2020

The North Country/Frazer Jr. High Girls & Jamboree Girls games scheduled for Sat. Oct. 10th in Frazer have been postponed.


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, October 10th 2020

Billings Central 41, Lewistown 15
Chinook 60, Choteau 28
Cut Bank 2, Deer Lodge 0 (Forfeit)
Ekalaka 58, Plentywood 20
Eureka 41, Missoula Loyola 6
Fairview 68, Forsyth 20
Havre 26, Hardin 14
Jefferson 45, Three Forks 12
Laurel vs. Glendive Canceled
Malta 36, Glasgow 14
Manhattan 49, Big Timber 0
Miles City 41, Sidney 28
Park City 46, Joliet 42
Red Lodge 28, Fairfield 20
Shepherd 30, Baker 6
Thompson Falls 75, Troy 0
Westby-Grenora 57, Broadus 6
Whitehall 45, Columbus 24
Wolf Point vs. Conrad Postponed


Scottie Volleyball Team Defeats Sidney

Friday, October 9th 2020

Glasgow def. Sidney 25-16, 25-10, 25-8
Scotties move to 6-4 on the year and will travel to Plentywood on Saturday.

North Country defeats Circle 3-1 in volleyball. 25-22, 25-23, 20-25, 25-15. Lady Mavericks move to 11-2 on the season and have a big conference match vs. Foid/Medicine Lake Friday night in Saco.

High school volleyball

Augusta def. Dutton-Brady 25-18, 25-10, 25-20
Billings Central def. Glendive 3-0
Billings West def. Bozeman 25-15, 25-14, 23-25, 25-20
Bridger def. Custer-Hysham 25-16, 25-12, 25-17
Broadus def. Ekalaka 25-18, 22-25, 25-17, 25-17
Columbia Falls def. Libby 3-0
Corvallis def. Butte Central 25-23, 25-13, 25-20
Denton-Geyser-Stanford def. Geraldine-Highwood 13-25, 18-25, 25-20, 25-23, 15-13
Florence def. Deer Lodge 25-15, 25-9, 25-19
Fort Benton def. Big Sandy 25-14, 25-9, 25-4
Gardiner def. Harrison-Willow Creek 25-13, 25-9, 25-13
Glasgow def. Sidney 25-16, 25-10, 25-8
Harding County (S.D.) def. Baker 3-0
Helena def. Butte 25-21, 25-23, 25-13
Huntley Project def. Roundup 25-14, 25-19, 25-21
Jefferson def. Townsend 20-25, 25-18, 26-24, 22-25, 15-6
Melstone def. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 23-25, 28-26, 25-23, 25-18
Park City def. Fromberg 25-21, 25-23, 25-18
Richey-Lambert def. Westby-Grenora 25-15, 25-8, 25-14
Shepherd def. Forsyth 25-15, 22-25, 24-26, 25-15, 15-8
Simms def. Belt 25-23, 28-26, 17-25, 25-18
Thompson Falls def. Charlo 25-16, 21-25, 25-15, 25-20


Scottie Boys And Girls Win Frazer Cross Country Meet

Friday, October 9th 2020

Scottie Boys:

Carl Zabrocki- 1st 18:48
Lane Thompson- 2nd 19:05
Reed Larsen- 3rd 19:44
Bergen Miller- 4th 19:52
Blake Lloyd- 6th 20:34
Colter Cumber- 7th 21:09
Riley Smith- 8th 21:11
Eli Feezell- 9th 21:21

Scottie Girls:

Iris McKean- 1st 21:03
Emily See- 2nd 22:44
Haylly Turner- 3rd 25:56
Kira Beck- 6th 27:46
Eve Stone- 8th 29:50
Elizabeth Nyquist- 9th 33:32


Malta defeats Glasgow 36-14

Friday, October 9th 2020

Malta defeated Glasgow 36-14 in a Class B football match-up on Friday night.

1Q: Malta 0, Glasgow 0
HALF: Malta 24, Glasgow 0
3Q: Malta 24, Glasgow 6
FINAL: Malta 36, Glasgow 14

Glasgow Scoring:
3Q: Kyler Hallock TD Run (Conversion fails)
4Q: Jesse Lee TD Run (Loden Idler 2 point conversion run)


Coaches Corner Now Online

Thursday, October 8th 2020

Treasure State Media Football Poll

Thursday, October 8th 2020

Where did the time go? We only have 3 weeks left in the season. Happy we have made it it to this point but also sad that it is almost over. For the most part we are not seeing new teams really jump into the Top 5 outside of Class C 8-man and 6-man. Not a ton of movement today in the polls but we do have some big games this week that could move things. Lets get to the Rankings!


(-) first place votes

CLASS AA
1. Sentinel (4-0)- 118 points (23)

2. West (4-0)- 93 points (1)

3. Helena (4-0)- 55 points

4. Glacier (4-0)- 37 points

5. Senior (3-1)- 26 points

Also receiving votes-

Bozeman- 16 points.

Class A
1. Miles City (4-0)- 104 points (13)

2. Hamilton (6-0)- 102 points (10)

3. Billings Central (3-0)- 53 points

4. Dillon (4-1)- 48 points

5. Laurel (3-1)- 13 points

Also receiving votes-

Libby- 12 points; Frenchtown- 3 points; Columbia Falls- 2 points; Whitefish- 1 point.

Class B
1. Manhattan (5-0)- 95 points (15)

2. Fairfield (3-0)- 64 points (3)

3. Glasgow (6-0)- 55 points (2)

4. Florence (5-1)- 47 points

5. Townsend (5-1)- 22 points

Also receiving votes-

Malta- 6 points; Huntley Project- 4 points; Bigfork- 4 points; Columbus- 3 points;

Red Lodge- 2 points; Eureka- 1 point.

Class C 8-man
1. FT Benton (5-0)- 73 points (12)

2. Flint Creek (5-0)- 50 points (3)

3. Thompson Falls (6-0)- 48 points

4. Joilet (4-0)- 24 points

5. Scobey (5-1)- 17 points

Also receiving votes-

Fairview- 14 points; Mon-Dak- 6 points; Shelby-2 points; Belt- 2 points; Charlo- 1 point.


Class C 6-man
1. Big Sandy (4-0)- 56 points (9)

2. Shields Valley (6-0)- 35 points (1)

3. Froid Lake (4-0)- 30 points (2)

3. Hot Springs (2-0)- 30 points

5. Power-Dutton-Brady (3-0)- 9 points

Also receiving votes-

Richey & Lambert- 7 points; Tri-Cities- 6 points; Savage- 3 points; Harlowton- 2 points;

White Sulphur Springs- 1 point; Wibaux- 1 point.

Voters this week-

John Miller-Montana Sports

Alec Bofinger-Montana Sports

Bruce Saylor-Butte Sports

Brian Reed-Class A FB Insider

Terry Werner-NWMTA

Darren Winberg-NBC-Montana

Stewart Davis-Capital PXP

Kevin Levine-NBC Montana

Stan Ozark-Sports and News Director KLTZ

Vince Bagby-SWX

Shaun Rainey-SWX

Geroge Ferguson-Havre Daily News

Tom Wylie- Montana Sports

Fritz Neighbor-Daily InterLake

Richie Melby-Montana Sports

Colter Nuanez-ESPN Missoula

Jordan Hansen-406 Sports

Anthony Nachreiner-KGEZ

Nate Dolan-AA Prep Football

Tyler Smith-AA Prep Football

Jason Walker-The Jason Walker Show

Alex Eschelman-SWX

Leo Goldman-SWX

John Kemper-Helena PXP

Micah Drew-Flathead Beacon

Kyle Hansen-Montana Sports

Jeremy Grant Schnell-SWX

Chris Stratton-MPSN406

Dillan Schorfheide-Sidney Herald


406mtsports.com High School Football Rankings

Tuesday, October 6th 2020

Class AA
1. Missoula Sentinel (4-0)

2. Billings West (4-0) (+2)

3. Helena (4-0)

4. Kalispell Glacier (4-0)

5. Billings Senior (3-1) (-3)

Class A
1. Hamilton (6-0)

2. Miles City (4-0)

3. Billings Central (3-0)

4. Dillon (4-1)

5. Laurel (3-1)

Class B
1. Manhattan (5-0) (+1)

2. Fairfield (3-0) (-1)

3. Glasgow (6-0)

4. Florence-Carlton (5-1)

5. Malta (3-0)

6. Bigfork (3-2) (+1)

7. Townsend (5-1) (+1)

8. Huntley Project (3-1) (+2)

9. Eureka (3-2)

10. Columbus (3-2) (-4)

8-Man
1. Fort Benton (5-0)

2. Drummond-Philipsburg (Flint Creek) (5-0)

3. Thompson Falls (6-0)

4. Joliet (4-0)

5. Scobey (5-1) (+1)

6. Fairview (4-1) (+1)

7. Westby-Grenora (5-1) (-2)

8. Belt (4-1)

9. Charlo (4-1)

10. Shelby (4-1)

6-Man
1. Big Sandy (4-0)

2. Hot Springs (2-0)

3. Shields Valley (6-0)

4. Froid-Lake (4-0)

5. Power-Dutton-Brady (3-0)

6. White Sulphur Springs (2-0) (Previously unranked)

7. Savage (4-1) (Previously unranked)

8. Harlowton-Ryegate (4-1) (+2)

9. Bridger (3-1) (Previously unranked)

10. Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap (4-2) (Previously unranked)


Middle School Activities Cancelled Due To COVID-19

Tuesday, October 6th 2020

Glasgow School District will be cancelling/postponing the following Glasgow Middle School activities:

Cancelled:
Glasgow Middle School football game vs Circle on Thursday October 8, 2020.

Glasgow Middle School cross country in Frazer on Thursday, October 8, 2020 and Plentywood
on Saturday, October 10, 2020.

Postponed (Until further notice):
Glasgow Middle School Girls Basketball practice.


GRD Cancels Remaining Schedules For Youth Soccer And Football

Tuesday, October 6th 2020

Attention:
Due to concerns raised by the Valley County Health Department the GRD is cancelling the remaining schedules for youth football and soccer.

Coaches and players are asked to return gear to the GRD office in a timely manner. Thank you.


Scottie Volleyball Picks Up Win Over Nashua

Sunday, October 4th 2020

GHS Activities Director Brenner Flaten was left scrambling Friday afternoon when Fairview canceled a Saturday volleyball match with the Scotties. Flaten said he frantically called teams from across the area seeing if they would be able to match up with the Scotties on Saturday afternoon. It looked like the Scottie Volleyball Team would have no match for Scottie Homecoming when a match dropped in Flaten's lap on Saturday morning. Nashua called and said they just had a cancelation and they would be willing to come play the Scotties on Saturday afternoon.

Glasgow def. Nashua 25-15, 25-13, 25-17.

Abrianna Nielsen- 13 kills
Rachelle Glaser- 33 assists
Daley Aune- 4 aces
Blaire Wesby- 7 digs

Scotties have reached the midway point of the regular season. Record now stands at 5-4 overall.


Scottie Sports This Week:

Sunday, October 4th 2020

Scottie Boys and Girls Cross Country:
Thursday at 51st Annual Frazer Invitational
Saturday at Plentywood Invitational

Scottie Football this week:
Varsity at Malta Friday 7:00 PM Kickoff

Scottie Volleyball this week:
Thursday at Sidney (C/JV/V) starting at 4:30 PM
Saturday at Plentywood (JV/V) starting at 1:00 PM


Dickinson State Crushes Presentation (S.D.) 35-6

Sunday, October 4th 2020

ABERDEEN, S.D. — Quarterback Drew Boedecker threw for 412 yards and running back Riley Linder rushed for two touchdowns as Dickinson State beat Presentation (S.D.) 35-6 on Saturday.

Boedecker, a Sheridan, Wyoming, product and the reigning North Star Athletic Association player of the week, competed 33 of 43 passes and threw touchdowns to wideouts Tyger Frye and Jaret Lee.

Boedecker led an offense that achieved 34 first downs, 23 through the air.

Frye, a Billings Senior graduate, had 10 catches for 105 yards while Lee finished with nine receptions for 111 yards. Linder, a product of Scobey High School, had 46 yards rushing on 11 carries.


Conor McCarvel, a sophomore wide receiver from Helena Capital, added a career-high seven catches for 94 yards for DSU.

Paxton Miller of Savage, Dawson McGlothlin of Sidney and Jared Smith of Glasgow all intercepted passes for DSU’s defense.

Dickinson State moved to 4-0 with the victory to remain the only unbeaten team in the NSAA. The Blue Hawks will host conference foe Dakota State (S.D.) next week.


Prep Football Scores For Saturday

Sunday, October 4th 2020

High school football

Cascade 54, Great Falls Central 0
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 44, Roy-Winifred 19
Savage 64, Richey-Lambert 13
Victor 70, Troy 52
Grass Range-Winnett 74, Centerville 28


Prep Volleyball Scores For Saturday

Sunday, October 4th 2020

High school volleyball

Bridger def. Reed Point-Rapelje 25-16, 25-10, 25-4
Charlo def. Philipsburg 25-17, 23-25, 25-10, 25-15
Great Falls CMR def. Billings Senior 25-10, 25-19, 24-26, 19-25, 15-8
Glasgow def. Nashua 25-15, 25-13, 25-17
Havre def. Miles City 25-22, 13-25, 25-16, 25-18
Joliet def. Big Timber 25-14, 25-11, 25-11
Laurel def. Dillon 25-21, 25-13, 22-25, 17-25, 15-12
Plentywood def. Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 3-1
Ronan def. Polson 25-21, 26-28, 25-14, 26-24
Roundup def. Colstrip 23-25, 25-22, 25-23, 24-26, 15-10
St. Ignatius def. Troy 25-19, 23-25, 25-11, 14-25, 15-11
Townsend def. Fairfield 25-18, 25-17, 25-18


Miles City Invitational Cross Country Results

Sunday, October 4th 2020

rls Team Scores: Custer Co. 37, Fergus 70, Park 98, Glasgow 108, Hardin 129, Dawson Co. 139, Plentywood 153, Powder River Co. 189, Billings Central NS, Richey-Lambert NS

Iris McKean 1st 19:38.87 (PR)
Emily See 5th 20:48.80 (PR)
Haylly Turner 21st 23:47.05 (PR)
Eve Stone 48th 26:55.07
Elizabeth Nyquist 50th 27:20.12
Shanice Lagerquist 55th 28:10.90


Boys Team Scores: Fergus 39, Park 61, Custer Co. 88, Richey-Lambert 91, Glasgow 98, Billings Central 151, Hardin 168, Lockwood 213, Dawson Co. NS

Carl Zabrocki 5th 17:20.30 (PR)
Lane Thompson 11th 18:08.84 (PR)
Reed Larsen 23rd 19:02.89
Blake Lloyd 25th 19:09.31 (PR)
Colter Cumber 38th 20:11.30 (PR)
Eli Feezell 41st 20:37.00
Riley Smith 46th 21:12.90


Next at Frazer on Thursday and Plentywood on Saturday


Fairview vs. Glasgow Volleyball Match Canceled

Saturday, October 3rd 2020

Fairview had to cancel their scheduled match vs. Glasgow on Saturday, October 3rd.

The next scheduled match for the Scottie girls is in Sidney on October 8th. The next home match is scheduled for October 14th vs. Wolf Point.


Scotties defeat Colstrip 54-6

Saturday, October 3rd 2020

The Scotties defeated the Colstrip Colts 54-6 on Homecoming night in Glasgow. The Scotties are now 6-0 on the year and are scheduled to travel to Malta on October 9th.

1Q Glasgow 16, Colstrip 0
2Q Glasgow 40, Colstrip 0
3Q Glasgow 48, Colstrip 0
FINAL Glasgow 54, Colstrip 6

Scoring
Glasgow Lee 7 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Lee) 6:20 1ST
Glasgow Idler 20 yd. Run (2 pt. Pass Idler to Aune) 1:34 1ST
Glasgow Idler 49 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Idler) 9:13 2ND
Glasgow Lee 3 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Idler) 2:41 2ND
Glasgow Idler to Aune 15 yd. Pass (2 pt. Run Hallock) 0:45 2ND
Glasgow Idler to Fast 5 yd. Pass (2 pt. Run Hallock 8:50 3RD
Glasgow Skolrud 11 yd. Interception Return (Run No Good) 7:35 4TH
Colstrip Buckalew 2 Yd. Run (Run No Good) 4:28 4TH


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, October 3rd 2020

Bigfork 2, Deer Lodge 0
Big Timber vs. Fairfield canceled
Billings West 41, Billings Senior 14
Butte 20, Helena Capital 13
Cut Bank vs. Wolf Point canceled
Fairview 40, Westby-Grenora 8
Florence-Carlton 35, Eureka 20
Fort Benton 66, Choteau 6
Glasgow 54, Colstrip 6
Glendive vs. Billings Central canceled
Huntley Project 40, Baker 8
Laurel 59, Hardin 0
Lewistown vs. Sidney canceled
Miles City 55, Havre 12
Red Lodge vs. Poplar canceled
Scobey 56, Forsyth 6
Shelby 69, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 21
Thompson Falls 51, Plains 6
Townsend 44, Three Forks 0


Friday Night Volleyball

Saturday, October 3rd 2020

Plentywood def. Nashua 25-8, 25-10, 25-10
Aces - Tia Dees (3)
Assists - Hadynn Adkins (9)
Digs - Hadynn Adkins (9)
Kills - Devin Fromdahl (2)
Blocks Devin Fromdahl (1)

Scobey def. Culbertson 25-21, 25-13, 25-23


Scotties Roll Past Malta In 2-B Volleyball

Friday, October 2nd 2020

Glasgow def. Malta 25-14, 25-17, 25-8

Abrianna Nielsen- 9 Kills
Abrianna Nielsen- 6 Aces
Blaire Westby- 6 Digs
Rachelle Glaser- 28 Assists

Team Stats:

Glasgow: 31 kills, 5 blocks, 11 aces, 14 digs and 32 assists
Malta: 16 kills, 4 blocks, 4 aces, 40 digs and 14 assists

High school volleyball

Billings Central def. Laurel 16-25, 25-16, 25-21, 25-17
Choteau def. Fairfield 27-29, 25-19, 25-22, 25-10
Eureka def. Troy 25-11, 25-14, 25-15
Florence def. Arlee 25-9, 25-13, 25-17
Glasgow def. Malta 25-14, 25-17, 25-8
Hardin at Miles City 25-17, 25-17, 25-15
Helena Capital def. Helena High 25-16, 25-13, 25-17
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap def. Denton-Geyser-Stanford 25-11, 25-7, 25-13
Huntley Project def. Joliet 23-25, 25-21, 25-19, 25-19
Lewistown def. Havre 15-25, 25-19, 25-15, 25-21
Manhattan Christian def. Shields Valley 25-12, 25-16, 25-19
Power def. Dutton-Brady 3-0
Shelby def. Rocky Boy 25-12, 25-18, 25-13


Zoanni And Blake Crowned Homecoming Royalty!

Friday, October 2nd 2020

Congratulations to your 2020 Scottie Homecoming King and Queen, Aden Zoanni and Erika Blake!

Scottie Homecoming Parade today at 2:30pm!


406mtsports.com High School Football Poll

Tuesday, September 29th 2020

Class AA
1. Missoula Sentinel (3-0)

2. Billings Senior (3-0)

3. Helena (3-0)

4. Billings West (3-0)

5. Kalispell Glacier (3-0)

Class A
1. Hamilton (5-0)

2. Miles City (3-0)

3. Billings Central (3-0) (+2)

4. Dillon (4-1)

5. Laurel (2-1) (-2)

Class B
1. Fairfield (3-0)

2. Manhattan (4-0)

3. Glasgow (5-0)

4. Florence-Carlton (4-1)

5. Malta (3-0)

6. Columbus (3-1)

7. Bigfork (3-2) (+1)

8. Townsend (4-1) (+1)

9. Eureka (3-1) (+1)

10. Huntley Project (2-1) (Previously unranked)

8-Man
1. Fort Benton (4-0)

2. Drummond-Philipsburg (Flint Creek) (4-0)

3. Thompson Falls (5-0) (+1)

4. Joliet (4-0) (+1)

5. Westby-Grenora (5-0) (+1)

6. Scobey (4-1) (+3)

7. Fairview (3-1) (-4)

8. Belt (4-1)

9. Charlo (4-1) (-2)

10. Shelby (3-1) (Previously unranked)

6-Man
1. Big Sandy (3-0)

2. Hot Springs (2-0)

3. Shields Valley (5-0)

4. Froid-Lake (4-0) (+3)

5. Power-Dutton-Brady (3-0)

6. Broadview-Lavina (3-1)

7. Richey-Lambert (4-1) (-3)

8. Denton-Geyser-Stanford (3-2)

9. Roy-Winifred (3-1)

10. Harlowton-Ryegate (4-1)


Middle School Cross Country Teams Win At Culbertson

Tuesday, September 29th 2020

Glasgow Middle School’s girls cross country team kept their perfect record intact with a decisive win Saturday at the Culbertson Invitational. The Scotties scored only 18 points, on the strength of placing all five scorers in the top 10.

The GMS boys team took second to a strong Plentywood squad, despite going 1-2 in individual finishes. Seventh-grader Tavin Boland ran strong in the final stretch of the race to take first with a time of 9:53 for the 1.5-mile course. Sixth-grader Liam Chapman was only three seconds back, and leaned at the finish to take second place by a mere .08 second over a Fairview runner.

Glasgow’s other scorers were Cody Kuka, who took 16th place in 11:13, Adam Mickelson finished fourth for the Scotties and 19th overall in 11:22, and Kyler Whitman took 20th overall in 11:22 and was the Scotties fifth scorer. Glasgow competed against teams from Wolf Point, Scobey, Plentywood, Miles City, Culbertson, Glendive, Fairview, Richey-Lambert, and Frazer.

“The wind, gusting to over 40 miles an hour straight out of the west, made for some challenging conditions,” says assistant coach Craig Overby. “But we had kids who ran tough, and a couple of Scottie runners even set PRs [personal records], which really shows how their practices are paying off.”

The Scottie girls continue to dominate the competition. Eighth-grader Tanae Baker finished first for the GMS squad, and second overall with a time of 10:16. Mayzie Yoakam was third overall in 11:13, Kimber Dulaney fourth in 11:16, Haleigh Huntsman seventh in 11:30, and Gina Page 10th in 11:45.

“Our girls continue to impress us coaches, but also other teams,” says Overby. “Anytime you can place all five of your scorers in the top 10 places, you’re going to do well as a team. We have strong front runners, but the middle of our girls team is also running well.”

Here are the Scottie runners, their overall place, and their time in Culbertson.

BOYS
Tavin Boland (1st) in 9:53, Liam Chapman (2nd) in 9:56, Cody Kuka (16th) in 11:13, Adam Mickelson (19th) in 11:22, Kyler Whitman (20th) in 11:22, Malin Beck (25th) in 11:56, Rowen Kloker (26th) in 12:07, Ted See (28th) in 12:22, Owen Thompson (29th) in 12:32, Chris Johnson (37th) in 14:22, and Noah Leckie (40th) in 15:39

GIRLS
Tanae Baker (2nd) in 10:16, Mayzie Yoakam (3rd) in 11:13, Kimber Dulaney (4th) in 11:16, Haleigh Huntsman (7th) in 11:30, Gina Page (10th) in 11:45, JoJo Chappell (13th) in 11:56, Kheyerah Bilger (17th) in 12:12, Caylen Radakovich (20th) in 12:27, Jensina Tweten (22nd) in 12:28, Rebekah Bailey (28th) in 13:24, Aspen Probert (37th) in 14:42, and Ashlyn White (38th) in 14:52


Scottie Sports This Week

Monday, September 28th 2020

Scottie Volleyball
vs. Harlem on Tuesday (C/JV/V starting @ 4:30 PM)###POSTPONED####
vs. rival Malta on Thursday (C/JV/V starting @ 4:30 PM)
vs. Fairview on Saturday for Homecoming (C/JV/V starting @ 1:00 PM)

Scottie Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams will be at the Miles City Invitational this Saturday Oct. 3rd.

Scottie Football this week:
JV at Wolf Point on Monday. 5:00 PM kickoff. ####CANCELLED###
Varsity hosts Colstrip on Friday for Homecoming/Senior Night. 7:00 PM kickoff on Scottie Field.


Plentywood Defeats Glasgow In Non-Conference Volleyball

Sunday, September 27th 2020

Plentywood def. Glasgow 23-25, 25-7, 21-25, 25-21, 15-10

Scotties fall to 3-4 while Plentywood improves to 8-0.

Statistically for Glasgow:

Abrianna Nielsen with 17 kills
Rachelle Glaser with 4 blocks
Daley Aune with 5 aces
Blaire Westby with 18 digs
Rachelle Glaser with 18 assists

Glasgow had 35 kills, 9 blocks, 30 digs and 22 assists.

Plentywood had 47 kills, 85 blocks, 18 aces, 44 digs and 35 assists.


Scottie Boys And Girls Finish 2nd At Culbertson Cross Country Meet

Sunday, September 27th 2020

Results from Culbertson Invitational
September 26, 2020

Girls scores: Custer County 28, Glasgow 67, Culbertson 81, Dawson County 94, Scobey 105, Fairview 146, Plentywood NS, Westby-Grenora NS, Wolf Point NS, Whitewater NS, Nashua NS, Richey-Lambert NS

Iris McKean 2nd 20:28.48
Emily See 3rd 21:09.88
Haylly Turner 20th 24:04.26
Eve Stone 28th 25:16.18
Kira Beck 35th 25:22.09
Shanice Lagerquist 45th 27:45.80
Elizabeth Nyquist 50th 28:38.77


Boys scores: Wolf Point 57, Glasgow 60, Custer County 74, Richey-Lambert 83, Scobey 96, Dawson County 136, Culbertson 172, Scobey NS, Fairview NS, Plentywood NS

Carl Zabrocki 3rd 17:24.53
Lane Thompson 6th 18:28.02
Reed Larsen 14th 19:02.54
Bergen Miller 15th 19:07.67
Blake Lloyd 22nd 20:27.91
Riley Smith 27th 20:53.51
Colter Cumber 30th 21:07.38

Next at Miles City on Saturday


Class C Volleyball From Saturday

Sunday, September 27th 2020

North Country 3, Culbertson 0

North Country 25-17, 25-18, 25-14

Savage 3, Nashua 0

Savage 25-17, 25-20, 25-11


North Country Volleyball Picks Up Win Over MonDak 3-0. Play Culbertson Today.

Saturday, September 26th 2020

North Country over MonDak 25-21, 25-13, 26-24 for a 3-0 victory. Lady Mavs are now 8-1, 4-1 in conference. North Country plays at Culbertson today.


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, September 26th 2020

Glasgow 64, Harlem 8
Malta 34, Shepherd 12
Colstrip 48, Wolf Point 7
Conrad 38, Cut Bank 14
Thompson Falls 52, Arlee 0
Joliet 62, Twin Bridges 12
Townsend 35, Jefferson 14
Manhattan 42, Whitehall 0
Big Timber 45, Three Forks 16
Huntley Project 33, Red Lodge 27
Bigfork 43, Missoula Loyola 0
Baker 42, Roundup 6

Froid-Lake 73, Richey-Lambert 36
Choteau 62, Rocky Boy 30
Chinook 64, CJI 20
Shelby 76, St. Regis-Mullan, Idaho 36
Scobey 36, Fairview 6
Culbertson vs. Westby-Grenora on Saturday
Plentywood vs. Circle on Saturday

Sidney 31, Glendive 26
Miles City 47, Hardin 8
Billings Central 28, Laurel 14
Lewistown 21, Havre 0


Scottie Volleyball Team Picks Up Road Win Over Wolf Point

Friday, September 25th 2020

Glasgow def. Wolf Point 25-11, 25-9, 25-10. Scotties move to 1-0, 3-3 on the year

North Country Lady Mavericks over the Malta M-Ettes 3-0. 25-14, 25-15, 26-24.
Richey Lambert defeats Nashua 25-11, 25-11, 25-11
Shelby def. Great Falls Central 25-22, 25-17, 25-9
Fairfield def. Rocky Boy 25-12, 25-11, 25-15


Scotties defeat Harlem 64-8

Friday, September 25th 2020

Glasgow defeated Harlem 64-8 in Friday night's Class B matchup.

1Q Glasgow 40, Harlem 0
HALF Glasgow 56, Harlem 0
3Q Glasgow 56, Harlem 8
FINAL Glasgow 64, Harlem 8

Scoring
Glasgow Lee 1 yd. Run (2 Pt. Run Lee) 9:32 1ST
Glasgow Lee 5 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Idler) 8:16 1ST
Glasgow Phipps 37 yd. Fumble Return (2 Pt. Run Lee) 8:02 1ST
Glasgow Phipps Sack -- Safety 6:29 1ST
Glasgow Idler 24 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Lee) 6:03 1ST
Glasgow Hallock 5 Yd. Run (2 pt. Run failed) 1:50 1ST
Glasgow Sand 10 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Sand) 7:48 2ND
Glasgow Hansen 5 yd. Run (2 pt. Reception Cornwell) 1:53 2ND
Harlem Rider 67 yd Pass to Rasmusen (2 pt. Reception Hughes) :30 3RD
Glasgow Burke 4 yd Run (2 pt. Run Plummer) 8:01 4TH


Scottie Football Team Ranked #3 In Treasure State Media Poll

Thursday, September 24th 2020

CLASS AA
1. Sentinel (2-0)- 98 points (18)

2. West (2-0)- 62 points (2)

3. Senior (2-0)- 56 points

4. Helena (2-0)- 44 points

5. Glacier (2-0)- 39 points

Also receiving votes-

Bozeman- 3 points.

Class A
1. Hamilton (4-0)- 84 points (10)

2. Miles City (2-0)- 74 points (8)

3. Laurel (2-0)- 47 points

4. Billing Central (2-0)- 23 points (1)

5. Dillon (3-1)- 22 points

Also receiving votes-

Frenchtown-11 points; Columbia Falls-7 points; Libby-3 points; Whitefish-2points;

Polson-1 point.

Class B
1. Manhattan (3-0)- 68 points (9)

2. Fairfield (3-0)- 61 points (4)

3. Glasgow (4-0)- 48 points (2)

4. Florence (3-1)- 35 points

5. Malta (2-0)- 7 points

Also receiving votes-

Red Lodge- 6 points; Eureka- 3 points; Bigfork- 2 points; Townsend- 2 points;

Columbus- 1 point; Harlem- 1 point; Huntley Project- 1 point.

Class C 8-man
1. FT. Benton (4-0)- 54 points (8)

2. Flint Creek (3-0)- 46 points (1)

3. Fairview (3-0)- 33 points (1)

4. Thompson Falls (4-0)- 27 points

5. Joilet (3-0)- 12 points

Also receiving votes-

Mon-Dak- 11 points; Charlo- 4 points; Scobey- 1 point; Belt 1 point.


Class C 6-man
1. Big Sandy (3-0)- 33 points (8)

2. Hot Springs (2-0)- 29 points (1)

3. Shields Valley (4-0)- 20 points

4. Richey-Lambert (4-0)- 19 points

5. Froid-Lake (3-0)- 11 points

Also receiving votes-

Power-Dutton-Brady- 7 points; Broadview- 2 points; Jordan 1 point.

Thank you to the voters-

Name and Organization
John Miller-Montana Sports

Bruce Saylor-Butte Sports

Brian Reed-Class A FB Insider

Terry Werner-NWMTA

Darren Winberg-NBC-Montana

Stewart Davis-Capital PXP

Kevin Levine-NBC Montana

Stan Ozark-Sports and News Director KLTZ

Vince Bagby-SWX

Chris Peterson-406mtsports

Geroge Ferguson-Havre Daily News

Tom Wylie-Montana Sports

Fritz Neighbor-Daily InterLake

Jordan Hansen-406 Sports

Anthony Nachreiner-KGEZ

Nate Dolan-AA Prep Football

Tyler Smith-AA Prep Football

Jason Walker-The Jason Walker Show

Alex Eschelman-SWX

John Kemper-Helena PXP

Micah Drew-Flathead Beacon

Kevin Marshall-Chery Creek

Jeremy Grant Schnell-SWX

Chris Stratton-MPSN406


Coaches Corner Now Online

Thursday, September 24th 2020

Senior Night Changes

Thursday, September 24th 2020

Senior Night for Scottie Football, Cross Country, and Cheer will now be held on Homecoming Friday night vs. Colstrip on Oct. 2nd.
Volleyball Senior Night remains on Sat. Oct. 24th vs. Poplar .


State Cross Country Meet Expanded To 2 Days. Scotties Will Run On Friday, October 23rd.

Wednesday, September 23rd 2020

MHSA 57th STATE CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
OCTOBER 23-24, 2020
REBECCA FARM
KALISPELL, MONTANA

2020 State Cross Country Order of Competition and Awards
Presentation Schedule

Start Time
Friday October 23, 2020

11:00 am A-Girls Awards will be delivered to team staging
areas once results have been finalized.

12:00 pm A-Boys

2:00 pm B-Girls

3:00 pm B-Boys

Saturday, October 24, 2020

11:00 pm C-Girls

12:00 pm C-Boys

2:00 pm AA-Girls

3:00 pm AA-Boys


406mtsports.com Football Poll

Tuesday, September 22nd 2020

Class AA
1. Missoula Sentinel (2-0)

2. Billings Senior (2-0) (+1)

3. Helena (2-0) (-1)

4. Billings West (2-0)

5. Kalispell Glacier (2-0)

Class A
1. Hamilton (4-0)

2. Miles City (2-0)

3. Laurel (2-0) (+1)

4. Dillon (3-1) (-1)

5. Billings Central (2-0) (Previously unranked)

Class B
1. Fairfield (3-0)

2. Manhattan (3-0)

3. Glasgow (4-0)

4. Florence-Carlton (3-1) (+1)

5. Malta (2-0) (+1)

6. Columbus (2-1) (+1)

7. Red Lodge (3-1) (+1)

8. Bigfork (2-2) (-4)

9. Townsend (3-1)

10. Eureka (3-1)

8-Man
1. Fort Benton (4-0)

2. Drummond-Philipsburg (Flint Creek) (3-0)

3. Fairview (3-0)

4. Thompson Falls (4-0)

5. Joliet (3-0)

6. Westby-Grenora (4-0) (+1)

7. Charlo (4-0) (+2)

8. Belt (3-1) (-2)

9. Scobey (3-1) (Previously unranked)

10. Twin Bridges (2-1) (Previously unranked)

6-Man
1. Big Sandy (3-0)

2. Hot Springs (2-0)

3. Shields Valley (4-0)

4. Richey-Lambert (4-0)

5. Power-Dutton-Brady (2-0)

6. Broadview-Lavina (3-0) (+1)

7. Froid-Lake (3-0) (+1)

8. Denton-Geyser-Stanford (3-1) (-2)

9. Roy-Winifred (3-1)

10. Harlowton-Ryegate (3-1)


Scottie Middle School Harriers Sweep Home Meet

Tuesday, September 22nd 2020

By placing all of their scorers in the top 20 runners, the Glasgow Middle School cross country teams won both the boys’ and girls’ team titles at the Glasgow Invitational meet last Saturday at Kiwanis Park.

The Glasgow boys took first place with 30 team points, compared to 36 points for runner-up Sidney, 66 points for Havre, and 100 points for Wolf Point. The Scottie girls were even more dominant, scoring 28 team points to take first. Sidney tallied 50 points for second, Havre took third with 59 team points, and Wolf Point scored 111.

On an individual basis, 7th grader Tavin Boland took second place overall, running the 1.5-mile course in 9:12. Liam Chapman took fourth with a 9:32, Drew Simensen took seventh in 9:48, Cody Kuka placed 15th in 10:21, and 8th grader Malin Beck took 19th place in 10:47.

On the girls side, Glasgow was paced by Tanae Baker, third in 9:51. Kimber Dulaney took 5th in 10:13, Mayzie Yoakam 7th in 10:21, Haleigh Huntsman 10th in 10:47, and Kheyerah Bilger 13th in 11:04.

The Glasgow Middle School harriers travel to Culbertson on Saturday, then finish their season with meets in Miles City on Oct. 2, Frazer on Oct. 8, Plentywood on Oct. 10, and Wolf Point on Oct. 17.

GLASGOW MIDDLE SCHOOL RESULTS @ GLASGOW INVITATIONAL
Boys
Tavin Boland, 2nd in 9:12
Liam Chapman, 4th in 9:23
Drew Simensen, 7th in 9:48
Cody Kuka, 15th in 10:21
Malin Beck, 19th in 10:47
Kyler Whitman, 23rd in 10:52
Ted See, 37th in 11:27
Owen Thompson, 45th in 12:11
Adam Mickelsen, 48th in 12:44
Chris Johnson, 54th in 13:35
Noah Leckie, 59th in 16:09

Girls
Tanae Baker, 3rd in 9:51
Kimber Dulaney, 5th in 10:13
Mayzie Yoakam, 7th in 10:21
Haleigh Huntsman, 10th in 10:47
Kheyerah Bilger, 13th in 11:04
Caylen Radakovich, 16th in 11:29
JoJo Chappell, 17th in 11:30
Gina Page, 21st in 11:43
Rebekah Bailey, 31st in 12:10
Jensina Tweten, 33rd in 12:12
Ashlyn White, 46th in 13:36
Aspen Probert, 47th in 13:55


Scottie Sports This Week

Monday, September 21st 2020

Scottie Volleyball this week:
At Wolf Point on Thursday. C/JV/V starting at 4:00 PM
vs. Plentywood on Saturday in Scottie Gymnasium. C/JV/V starting at 1:00 PM

Scottie Boys & Girls Cross Country teams will be at the Culbertson Invitational on Saturday.
The 51st Annual Frazer XC Invitational, originally scheduled for this Thursday, will be rescheduled to a later date.

Scottie Football this week:
JV at Havre on Monday. 5:00 PM kickoff at Blue Pony Stadium.
Varsity hosts the 2-1 Harlem Wildcats on Friday at Scottie Field. 7:00 PM kickoff.


Saturday Morning Sports Show Is Now Online

Sunday, September 20th 2020

The September 19th version of the Saturday Morning Sports Show is now online.

https://soundcloud.com/kltz-glasgow/kltz-satshow-2


Prep Volleyball Scores From Saturday

Sunday, September 20th 2020

High school volleyball

Conrad def. Great Falls Central 25-13, 25-22, 25-19
Fairfield def. Shelby 25-10, 25-14, 26-24
Great Falls CMR def. Bozeman 25-14, 25-19, 25-22
Great Falls CMR def. Bozeman Gallatin 25-9, 25-18, 25-16
Helena def. Missoula Sentinel 26-24, 21-25, 25-18, 22-25, 15-12
Helena Capital def. Missoula Big Sky 25-13, 25-18, 25-18
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap def. Lewistown JV 25-20, 25-21, 20-25, 25-17
Joliet def. Colstrip 24-26, 25-21, 25-20, 18-25, 15-13
Libby def. Browning 25-21, 25-12, 25-14
Miles City def. Sidney 25-16, 25-14, 25-12
Power def. Augusta 3-1
St. Ignatius def. Deer Lodge 25-17, 26-24, 25-22
Sunburst def. Heart Butte 25-11, 25-8, 25-21
Thompson Falls def. Eureka 25-23, 25-17, 25-22


Saturday Prep Football Scores

Sunday, September 20th 2020

Saturday scores

Arlee 34, Victor 12

Belgrade 20, Bozeman Gallatin 19

Drummond-Philipsburg 64, Alberton-Superior 12

Fairview 62, Circle 30

Froid-Lake 76, Jordan 6

Geraldine-Highwood 54, Grass Range-Winnett 44

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 53, Centerville 0

North Star 48, Box Elder 26

Savage 80, Bainville 8

Simms 52, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 14

Thompson Falls 56, Darby 0


Harlem Postpones Volleyball Match In Glasgow Set For Saturday

Saturday, September 19th 2020

Harlem High School has requested to postpone today’s HS VB games in Glasgow. These games will be moved to Tues. Sept. 29 in Scottie Gymnasium. It will be a 4:30 PM start that evening.


Scottie Boys And Girls Win Glasgow Invitational

Saturday, September 19th 2020

Boys Scores: Glasgow 37, Richey-Lambert 50, Wolf Point 58, Sidney 98, Dawson Co. 100, Scobey NS, Fairview NS, Culbertson NS,

Carl Zabrocki 3rd 17:25.51
Bergen Miller 5th 18:17.19
Lane Thompson 8th 18:34.37
Reed Larsen 10th 18:50.92
Blake Lloyd 11th 19:21.06
Riley Smith 16th 20:08.90
Eli Feezell 21st 20:28.45

Colter Cumber 1st JV 20:19.68


Girls Scores: Glasgow 36, Dawson Co. 40, Sidney 79, Fairview 113, Malta 118, Whitewater 122, Culbertson NS, Scobey NS, Plentywood NS, Westby-Grenora NS, Richey-Lambert NS, Nashua NS, Dodson NS, Fairview NS, Wolf Point NS


Iris McKean 1st 19:45.34
Emily See 3rd 21:29.05
Haylly Turner 6th 24:08.41
Kira Beck 8th 24:18.04
Eve Stone 19th 25:55.86
Elizabeth Nyquist 29th 28:33.67
Shanice Lagerquist 30th 28:40.93

Next in Frazer on Thursday
Culbertson on Saturday


High School Volleyball Scores From Friday

Saturday, September 19th 2020

North Country Lady Mavericks defeat Savage 3-0 Friday in volleyball action in Hinsdale. 25-11, 25-15, 25-21. Lady Mavericks move to 6-1 on the season and 3-1 in District 1C play!

Froid-Lake defeats Nashua 3-0 Friday evening. 25-7, 25-7 and 25-24.

Nashua kills- 10 - Devin Fromdahl -6
Blocks -2-Kaitlyn Miller
Aces - 3- Devin Fromdahl, Tia Dees, Hadynn Adkins Digs - 13- Devin Fromdahl, Hannah Toavs - 4 each
Assists- 7- Hadynn Adkins - 6

Cascade def. Dutton-Brady 25-14, 25-15, 25-20
Chinook def. Chester-Joplin-Inverness 3-1
Fromberg def. Grass Range-Winnett 25-27, 25-16, 25-20, 26-24
Havre def. Sidney 25-15, 25-14, 25-22
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap def. Roy-Winifred 3-0
North Star def. Box Elder 25-19, 23-25, 25-17, 26-24
Shelby def. Cut Bank 3-0
Simms def. Sunburst 25-12, 25-21, 25-16


Prep Football Scores For Friday

Saturday, September 19th 2020

Friday scores

Big Timber 16, Jefferson 15

Billings Central 42, Hardin 0

Billings Senior 28, Great Falls 14

Billings West 41, Great Falls CMR 0

Bozeman 45, Billings Skyview 6

Broadview-Lavina 73, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Charlo 52, Troy 0

Columbus 48, Three Forks 6

Columbia Falls 35, Libby 33

Eureka 40, Anaconda 7

Fairfield 30, Conrad 24

Florence-Carlton 33, Bigfork 14

Fort Benton 50, Belt 24

Frenchtown 40, Stevensville 0

Glasgow 44, Cut Bank 7

Glendive 32, Havre 14

Hamilton 37, Dillon 14

Harlowton 44, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 42

Helena 48, Missoula Big Sky 7

Huntley Project 48, Colstrip 22

Kalispell Glacier 33, Butte 17

Laurel 31, Sidney 7

Manhattan 52, Missoula Loyola 7

Miles City 22, Lewistown 7

Missoula Hellgate 28, Kalispell Flathead 20

Missoula Sentinel 35, Helena Capital 0

Power-Dutton-Brady 54, Valier 19

Red Lodge 47, Baker 14

Richey-Lambert 47, Wibaux 20

Park City 56, Lone Peak 30

Polson 52, Ronan 34

Scobey 56, Ekalaka 22

Sheridan 39, Absarokee 20

Shields Valley 48, Custer-Hysham 21

St. Ignatius 72, Seeley-Swan 34

Westby-Grenora 48, Forsyth 14


Scotties Dominate Cut Bank For 44-7 Northern B Division Win On The Road

Saturday, September 19th 2020

Glasgow defeats Cut Bank 44-7. Scotties improve to 4-0 while Cut Bank falls to 0-4 on the season.

Scotties dominated this game with 305 total yards including 240 rushing yards while holding Cut Bank to less then 100 yards total offense.

Jesse Lee led the rushing attack with 16 carries and 124 yards and Loden Idler had 9 carries for 104 yards.

Idler also was 10-16 for 134 passing yards in the game.

Scoring for the Scotties:

Loden Idler 19 yard touchdown run. PAT failed

Jesse Lee with a 2 yd TD run. Idler with the pass to Tel Aune for the PAT

Jesse Lee with a 5 yd touchdown run. Idler runs in in for the PAT

Loden Idler with a 23 yd touchdown run. Idler pitches it to Lee on the option for the 2 pt conversion.

Idler throws to Tel Aune for a 5 yd Touchdown. Idler with the rush for the PAT.

Dalton Sand with a 1 yd TD carry. PAT fails.


Scottie Sports This Week

Thursday, September 17th 2020

Scottie Volleyball this week:
Tuesday JV @ Lustre at 6:00 PM.
Thursday at Poplar. C/JV/V starting at 4:00 PM. POSTPONED
Saturday vs. Harlem in Scottie Gymnasium. C/JV/V starting at 1:00 PM.

Scottie Football this week:
JV at Malta on Monday 5:00 PM kickoff.
Varsity at Cut Bank on Friday 7:00 PM kickoff.

Scottie Boys & Girls Cross Country will host the Scottie Invitational this Saturday @ Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck. Middle School races to follow starting @ noon.


Coach's Corner

Thursday, September 17th 2020

This week's Coach's Corner is now available:

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Class B Football Standings

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

Eastern B

Conf. Overall
Red Lodge 1-0 2-1
Roundup 1-0 1-1
Shepherd 1-0 1-1
Baker 0-0 0-1
Colstrip 0-1 0-1
Huntley Project 0-1 0-1
Poplar 0-1 0-2
Southern B

Conf. Overall
Jefferson 1-0 1-0
Manhattan 1-0 2-0
Townsend 1-0 2-1
Whitehall 0-0 0-0
Big Timber 0-1 0-2
Columbus 0-1 1-1
Three Forks 0-1 1-1
Northern B

Conf. Overall
Fairfield 1-0 2-0
Glasgow 1-0 3-0
Harlem 1-0 2-0
Malta 1-0 2-0
Wolf Point 0-1 0-1
Cut Bank 0-1 0-3
Conrad 0-2 1-2
Western B

Conf. Overall
Eureka 1-0 2-1
Florence 1-0 2-1
Bigfork 0-0 2-1
Missoula Loyola 0-0 0-1
Anaconda 0-1 0-1
Deer Lodge (forfeiting season) 0-1 0-3


Glasgow Middle School Harriers Race In Poplar, Scobey

Monday, September 14th 2020

Glasgow’s middle school cross country teams will try to build on recent wins in Poplar and Scobey with a strong showing at their home meet Saturday at Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck.

The GMS girls are undefeated on the season, logging wins in their first three meets. The Scotties are coming off a dominating win last week in Scobey, where they placed five runners in the top 12 and 9 in the top 20. The girls were led by transfer 8th grader Tanae Baker, who finished third in 10:22, followed by Kimber Dulaney in 6th place, Mayzie Yoakam in 7th, Kheyerah Bilger in 11th, and Josie Kemp in 12th place.

The girls also took the team title on Sept. 5 in Poplar, led by Baker in 3rd place, Yoakam in 4th, Dulaney in 5th, Haleigh Huntsman in 8th, and Kemp in 10th place.

In Poplar, the Glasgow Middle School boys runners took second place to a strong Plentywood squad and were paced by a first-place finish by Glasgow 7th grader Tavin Boland, who ran the 1.5-mile course in 9:47. He was followed by Liam Chapman, in his inaugural middle school race, who finished in 3rd place, Kyler Whitman in 14th, Cody Kuka in 16th, and Malin Beck in 20th place.

The GMS boys team came back with a win in Scobey. Boland finished in 2nd, Chapman in 3rd, Drew Simensen in 5th, Whitman in 14th, and Kuka in 17th place, to round out the Glasgow scorers.

The middle-schoolers will be looking to take the team titles at their home meet, says GMS assistant coach Julia Kolstad.

“We’ve been working in practice on pack running, and the top Scottie finishers worked hard on staying together and moving up as a pack,” says Kolstad. “We really saw that with Boland and Chapman in Scobey. They stayed together for the entire race until the final sprint.”

On Saturday, high school racing starts at 10 a.m. Middle schoolers will race in waves starting at noon. They will run a 1.5-mile course around the Kiwanis Park nature trail, finishing near the basketball courts in the group-shelter areas near the park’s entrance. Masks and social distancing restrictions will be required of all spectators.

Here are individual results from Poplar:

GLASGOW MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS

Tavin Boland (9:47), Liam Chapman (9:53), Kyler Whitman (10:58), Cody Kuka (11:12), Malin Beck (11:28), Rowen Kloker (12:15), Owen Thompson (13:44), Chris Johnson (13:58), Noah Leckie (16:51)

GLASGOW MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS

Tanae Baker (10:00), Mayzie Yoakam (10:42), Kimber Dulaney (10:45), Haleigh Huntsman (11:15), Josie Kemp (11:31), Gina Page (11:36), Kheyerah Bilger (11:46), Jensina Tweten (12:47), JoJo Chappell (13:21), Rebekah Bailey (13:53), Ashlyn White (14:22), Aspen Probert (16:55), Pyper Brandt (17:51)

And individual results from Scobey:

GLASGOW MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS

Tavin Boland (10:10), Liam Chapman (10:15), Drew Simensen (10:38), Kyler Whitman (11:19), Cody Kuka (11:37), Malin Beck (12:04), Rowen Kloker (12:14), Adam Mickelson (12:57), Ted See (13:45), Owen Thompson (13:48), Chris Johnson (15:55), Noah Leckie (17:45)

GLASGOW MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS

Tanae Baker (10:22), Kimber Dulaney (11:08), Mayzie Yoakam (11:21), Kheyerah Bilger (11:46), Josie Kemp (11:57), Gina Page (12:06), Haleigh Huntsman (12:09), Jensina Tweten (12:30), JoJo Chappell (12:33), Caylen Radakovich (13:24), Rebekah Bailey (14:40), Ashlyn White (14:49), Aspen Probert (17:10)


Scottie Volleyball Team Defeats Sidney 3-0

Sunday, September 13th 2020

Glasgow def. Sidney
25-15, 25-23, 25-9
Scotties improve to 2-3 on the season.

Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 3, Bainville 0

Game scores: 25 - 6, 25 - 10, 25 - 19.

Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale: Kaitlyn McColly 11 kills, Jaydyn Erickson 4 aces, 8 kills, 1 block, Zandora Longtree 7 aces, Jaycee Erickson 7 assists, Danika Soper 15 assists.

Bainville: Brecklyn Pippenger 5 kills, Kaitlyn Adkins 5 assists, Lakyn Rabbe 1 block.

High school volleyball

Alberton-Superior def. Noxon 22-25, 26-24, 25-22, 27-25
Anaconda def. Thompson Falls 3-1
Augusta def. Dutton-Brady 25-10, 25-14, 25-4
Belt def. Simms 25-15, 15-25, 25-22, 27-25
Bozeman def. Billings Skyview 25-21, 22-25, 25-23, 26-24
Denton-Geyser-Stanford def. Winnett-Grass Range 27-25, 27-25, 25-10
Frenchtown def. Dillon 25-23, 17-25, 25-22, 25-23, 23-25, 20-18
Glasgow def. Sidney 25-15, 25-23, 25-9
Glendive def. Lewistown 25-18, 25-22, 14-25, 25-22
Great Falls CMR def. Billings Senior 25-13, 25-14, 25-17
Great Falls High def. Belgrade 25-16, 25-16, 25-18
Helena def. Butte 25-18, 25-22, 25-8
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap def. Melstone 25-15, 25-16, 25-19
Joliet def. Shepherd 25-17, 25-14, 25-16
Power def. Sunburst 25-23, 25-11, 25-11
Roundup def. Columbus 3-0


Saturday Prep Football Scores

Sunday, September 13th 2020

Saturday scores

Belt 69, Great Falls Central 0

Custer-Hysham 63, Fromberg-Belfry 19

Darby 30, Victor 22

Denton-Geyser-Stanford 58, Centerville 0

Froid-Lake 50, Savage 19

Hot Springs 51, Gardiner 0

Lewistown 22, Bigfork 14

Sunburst 55, North Star 37

Valier 53, Heart Butte 34

Westby-Grenora 32, Circle 6

White Sulphur Springs 74, Valley Christian 0


Dickinson State Defeats Dakota State 26-14

Sunday, September 13th 2020

https://www.montanasports.com/college-sports/naia/riley-linder-paxton-miller-help-dickinson-state-to-season-opening-win

MADISON, S.D. -- Scobey's Riley Linder scored Dickinson (N.D.) State's first points of the 2020 football season, and the Blue Hawks earned a 26-14 win over Dakota State in a North Star Athletic Association conference game on Saturday.

Dickinson State needed just four plays to cover 65 yards on its first drive, utilizing the thunder-lightning backfield combination of Linder and Alec Lovegren, a Sidney product. Lovegren took a pass from quarterback Drew Boedecker 43 yards to get the Blue Hawks to the 5-yard line. Linder found the end zone on the next play to give Dickinson State a quick 7-0 lead.

The Blue Hawks would take a 14-0 lead later in the first quarter when Isaiah Kludt returned a Dakota State punt for a touchdown, but Dakota State responded with consecutive scores to tie the game at 14-14 going into the halftime break.

Boedecker, who got the starting nod at quarterback after a camp battle with Shelby's Aaron White, passed for two touchdowns in the second half to help Dickinson State secure the win. He was 14-of-19 passing on the day for 196 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Linder led the Blue Hawks' rushing attack with 79 yards on 18 carries. Lovegren had eight yards on two carries but added 50 receiving yards. Tyger Frye, the former Billings Senior standout who set numerous Dickinson State receiving records last season, finished with four catches for 30 yards.

After giving up the two long scoring drives in the first half, the Dickinson State defense put the clamps on. The Blue Hawks had three interceptions in the game, including one by linebacker Paxton Miller of Savage. Miller and fellow linebacker Aaric Spring, a Billings West alum, also combined for a sack.

The NSAA is one of just a handful of college conferences around the country playing a conference schedule this fall. Dickinson State, coached by Baker native Pete Stanton, has won the past five NSAA conference championships and was picked by coaches as the league's preseason favorite.


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, September 12th 2020

Billings Central 21, Sidney 18
Billings West 62, Skyview 7
Dillon 41, Butte Central 0
Eureka def. Deer Lodge, forfeit
Fairfield 40, Cut Bank 7
Florence-Carleton 48, Anaconda 6
Glasgow 46, Baker 12
Harlem 34, Wolf Point 21
Jefferson 20, Columbus 18
Joliet 58, Ennis 0
Laurel 42, Havre 0
Malta 8, Conrad 6
Manhattan 47, Three Forks 0
Miles City 55, Glendive 13
Red Lodge 34, Colstrip 6
Scobey 66, Broadus 6
Shepherd 7, Huntley Project 6
Simms 30, Shelby 20
Wibaux 35, Jordan 6


Friday Night Volleyball Scores

Saturday, September 12th 2020

Nashua 25 25 25
Frazer 11 2 11

Team Kills 13: leader - Hannah Toavs - 5
Team blocks - 2 - Tia Dees -1, Kaitlyn Miller - 1
Team Aces 29 - Leader - Hadynn Adkins - 14
Team assists 8 - Hadynn Adkins - 8

North Country def. Bainville 25-6, 25-10, 25-19
Kaitlyn McColly had 11 kills
Jaydyn Erickson 4 aces, 8 kills, 1 block
Zandora Longtree 7 aces
Jaycee Erickson 7 assists
Danika Soper 15 assists

Plentywood def. Westby-Grenora 25-11, 25-8, 25-10
Circle def. Terry 25-19, 25-8, 25-17
Richey-Lambert def. Scobey 25-13, 25-21, 22-25, 27-29, 15-7
Savage def. Lustre Christian 25-12, 25-13, 25-21



Saturday Sportscasts

Saturday, September 12th 2020

Saturday Morning Sports Show - 8:10 a.m., KLTZ
College Football: Dickinson State University @ Dakota State in Madison, SD - 12:30 pre-game, 1 p.m. kick-off, KLTZ


Scotties defeat Baker 46-12

Friday, September 11th 2020

The Scottie football team moved to 3-0 on the season, with a road win over the Baker Spartans, 46-12.

1Q Glasgow 14, Baker 0
2Q Glasgow 30, Baker 6
3Q Glasgow 38, Baker 12
FINAL Glasgow 46, Baker 12

Scoring:
Jesse Lee TD run (2 point conversion failed)
Ashton Potter - 67 yard pass from Loden Idler (Ider 2 point conversion run)
Idler blocked punt return
Idler 22 yard run (2 point conversion failed)
Ashton Potter 17 yard pass from Loden Idler (Ider 2 point conversion run)
Tatum Hansen run (Hansen 2 point conversion run)

Glasgow defeats Baker in Class B Football action from Friday night.

Statistically for the Scotties.

Total Yards: Glasgow 341 Baker 169

Scotties had 227 rushing yards and 117 passing yards

Loden Idler- 9 rushes for 79 yards
Jesse Lee- 16-69
Tatum Hansen- 1-52

Loden Idler passing- 4-9 for 117 yards

Ashton Potter- 2 touchdown receptions for 84 yards


Scottie Cross Country Results

Friday, September 11th 2020

Scottie Girls results from Havre Invitational Cross Country Meet:
Iris McKean- 19:56 2nd
Emily See- 22:26 7th
Kira Beck- 25:00 19th
Haylly Turner 26:22 23rd
Eve Stone- 26:59 26th
Elizabeth Nyquist- 31:57 34th
Shanice Lagerquist- 32:10 37th

Scottie Boys results from Havre Invitational Cross Country Meet:
Carl Zabrocki- 17:20 3rd place
Bergen Miller- 18:29 17th
Lane Thompson- 19:30 24th
Reed Larsen- 19:42- 28th
Blake Lloyd- 20:18 38th
Eli Feezell- 20:57 48th
Jv Race
Riley Smith- 20:20 5th
Colter Cumber- 21:00 8th


Scotties Drop Volleyball Match To Glendive

Friday, September 11th 2020

Glendive def. Glasgow 25-20, 25-16, 26-24. Scotties drop to 1-3 on the season. Play host to Sidney on Saturday in the home opener.


Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 3, Harlem 0

Game scores: 25 - 10, 25 - 23, 25 - 13.

Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale(1 - 1): Danika Soper 3 aces, 8 assists, 5 digs, Kia Wasson 6 kills, 7 digs, Kaitlyn McColly 3 aces, 9 kills, 5 digs, Jaycee Erickson 10 assists.

Harlem(1 - 1): Alaynee Hawley 4 kills, 1 dig, 1 block, Jessica King 2 kills, 3 assists, 7 digs, Tia Kuntz 2 digs, Vanise Little 1 ace, 1 kill, 3 assists, 2 digs, Brooke Reed 1 kill, 1 assist, 2 digs, Taya LaFromboise-Trottier 2 aces, 1 kill, 3 digs, Brandy Calvert 2 digs.

Wolf Point 3, Poplar 1

Game scores: 25 - 18, 18 - 25, 25 - 18, 25 - 14.


Coaches Corner Now Online

Thursday, September 10th 2020

Coaches Corner is now online. Stan Ozark chats with Patrick Barnett, Somer Hoerster and Rod Karst.

https://soundcloud.com/kltz-glasgow/sets/coaches-corner


Scottie Football Team Ranked In Treasure State Media Poll For Class B Football

Thursday, September 10th 2020

Treasure State Media Rankings

Class AA is back to playing football. The Eastern A plays this week as well. Here is the week three rankings for the Treasure State Media Poll. Thank you again to all the voters participating this week in the poll. This will be the preseason poll for Class AA as well.


Here We Go....


The number in (-) is the number of 1st place votes.


Class AA
1. Sentinel-93 points (10)

2. Bozeman-89 points (9)

3. Billings West-56 points (2)

4. Helena-33 points

5. Senior & Glacier-15 points

Also receiving votes-

Capital-5 points; Great Falls-2 points; Butte-1 point.

Class A
1. Miles City-77 points (14)

2. Hamilton-64 points (1)

3. Laurel-47 points (1)

4. Dillon-43 points (1)

5. Billings Central-14 points (1)

Also receiving votes-

Libby-11 points; Columbia Falls-6 points; Frenchtown-4 points; Butte Central-1 point;

Class B
1. Manhattan-56 points (2)

2. Fairfield-52 points (5)

3. Bigfork-50 points (7)

4. Columbus-17 points

5. Glasgow-16 points

Also receiving votes-

Eureka-10 points (1); Townsend-7 points; Florence-6 points; Red Lodge-4 points;

Whitehall-1 point; Boulder-1 point:

Class C 8-man
1. FT Benton-48 points (7)

2. Flint Creek-34 points (1)

3. Fairview-33 points (3)

4. Thompson Falls-15 points

5. Clark Fork-14 points

Also receiving votes-

Twin Bridges-12 points; Joilet-6 points; Mon-Dak-2 points; Belt-1 point;


Class C 6-man
1. Big Sandy-30 points (4)

2. Hot Springs- 22 points

3. Jordan-12 points

4. Shields Valley & Wibaux- 9 points (Wibaux 1-Fist place vote)

5. Savage-8 points

Also receiving votes-

Richey Lambert-7 points; Power-Dutton-Brady-2 points;

Thanks to the Voters-

Alec Bofinger-Montana Sports

Bruce Saylor-Butte Sports

Brian Reed-Class A FB Insider

Terry Werner-NWMTA

Darren Winberg-NBC-Montana

Stewart Davis-Capital PXP

Kevin Levine-NBC Montana

Stan Ozark-News and Sports Director at Kltz

Elijah Collins-SWX

Vince Bagby-SWX

Shaun Rainey-SWX

Geroge Ferguson-Havre Daily News

Fritz Neighbor-Daily InterLake

Colter Nuanez-ESPN Missoula

Ryan Tootell-ESPN Missoula

Jordan Hansen-406 Sports

Anthony Nachreiner-KGEZ

Nate Dolan-AA Prep Football

Tyler Smith-AA Prep Football

Jason Walker-The Jason Walker Show

Alex Eschelman-SWX

Leo Goldman-SWX

John Kemper-Helena PXP

Micah Drew-Flathead Beacon

Kevin Marshall-Chery Creek


Scotties Drop Volleyball Match To North Country

Wednesday, September 9th 2020

North Country Mavericks def. Glasgow 22-25, 21-25, 26-24, 25-14, 15-13

Scotties fall to 1-2 on season.

Next up for the Scotties:

Thursday at Glendive. C/JV/V starting at 4:00 PM

Saturday vs. Sidney in the HOME opener at Scottie Gymnasium! C/JV/V starting at 1:00 PM


406mtsports.com High School Football Poll

Tuesday, September 8th 2020

Class AA

1. Missoula Sentinel (0-0)

2. Bozeman (0-0)

3. Helena (0-0)

4. Billings Senior (0-0)

5. Billings West (0-0)

Class A

1. Miles City (0-0)

2. Hamilton (2-0)

3. Laurel (0-0)

4. Dillon (2-0)

5. Libby (2-0)

Class B

1. Fairfield (1-0)

2. Manhattan (1-0) (+1)

3. Bigfork (2-0) (+1)

4. Glasgow (2-0) (+2)

5. Columbus (1-0) (+4)

6. Malta (1-0) (+1)

7. Florence-Carlton (1-1) (+1)

8. Red Lodge (1-1) (-4)

9. Townsend (1-1) (Previously unranked)

10. Eureka (1-1) (-8)

8-Man

1. Fort Benton (2-0)

2. Drummond-Philipsburg (Flint Creek) (1-0)

3. Fairview (2-0) (+1)

4. Thompson Falls (2-0) (+3)

5. Twin Bridges (2-0)

6. Joliet (2-0)

7. Belt (2-0) (+1)

8. Westby-Grenora (2-0) (+1)

9. Alberton-Superior (Clark Fork) (1-1) (-6)

10. Ekalaka (1-1)

6-Man

1. Big Sandy (1-0) (+1)

2. Hot Springs (1-0) (+2)

3. Shields Valley (2-0) (+2)

4. Richey-Lambert (2-0) (+2)

5. Savage (1-0) (+5)

6. Power-Dutton-Brady (2-0) (+1)

7. Denton-Geyser-Stanford (2-0) (+2)

8. Broadview-Lavina (2-0) (Previously unranked)

9. Harlowton-Ryegate (2-0) (Previously unranked)

10. Jordan (0-1) (-9)


Montana High School Football Wrap-Up

Sunday, September 6th 2020

High school football

Thursday scores

Frenchtown 43, Butte Central 12

Scobey 44, Circle 22

Westby-Grenora 58, Plentywood 14

Friday scores

Belt 66, Choteau 14

Bigfork 59, Cut Bank 7

Charlo 50, Arlee 12

Columbia Falls 55, Ronan 0

Columbus 62, Red Lodge 40

Dillon 47, Stevensville 0

Fairfield 22, Missoula Loyola 0

Fairview 48, Culbertson 0

Fort Benton 43, Cascade 0

Glasgow 36, Conrad 8

Hamilton 53, Corvallis 6

Harlem 42, Poplar 26

Harlowton-Ryegate 59, Centerville 0

Libby 54, Browning 14

Malta 50, Roundup 6

Manhattan 35, Florence-Carlton 29, OT

Noxon 51, Gardiner 0

Park City 37, Ennis 26

Plains 44, Troy 0

Polson 14, Whitefish 7

Richey-Lambert 50, Jordan 14

Seeley-Swan 60, Victor 14

Shelby 26, Chinook 22

Shields Valley 54, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 14

Simms 66, Hays-Lodgepole 0

Drummond-Philipsburg 50, St. Ignatius 8

Sunburst 36, Valier 13

Thompson Falls 42, Alberton-Superior 0

Townsend 27, Eureka 12

Twin Bridges 38, Sheridan 28

Whitehall 18, Jefferson 6

Saturday scores

Big Sandy 42, North Star 7

Froid-Lake 60, Bainville 12

Joliet 56, Lone Peak 8

Rocky Boy 40, Great Falls Central 26

Savage 56, Wibaux 0


Regional High School Volleyball Scores

Sunday, September 6th 2020

Harlem 3, Cut Bank 0

Game scores: 27 - 25, 25 - 14, 25 - 15.

Cut Bank(0 - 1): Jackie Waller 1 ace, 6 digs, Sienna Spotted Bear 2 kills, 16 digs, Brianne Murphy 1 ace, 2 kills, 5 assists, Camille Bradley 2 kills, 5 assists, Kendra Spotted Bear 5 blocks, Payton Branch 4 kills, 2 blocks.

Harlem(1 - 0): Alaynee Hawley 1 ace, 6 kills, 1 assist, 4 digs, Brandy Calvert 5 digs, Brooke Reed 1 kill, 4 assists, 2 digs, Chloe Messerly 1 ace, 7 kills, 2 assists, 3 digs, Laci Maloney 2 digs, Vanise Little 2 aces, 2 kills, 4 assists, 10 digs, 1 block, Taya LaFromboise-Trottier 2 aces, 1 kill, 1 assist, 10 digs, Tia Kuntz 1 ace, Jessica King 1 ace, 3 kills, 7 digs.


Jordan 3, Ekalaka 1

Game scores: 25 - 14, 25 - 12, 23 - 25, 25 - 17.

Jordan(1 - 0): Lacey Lawrence 15 assists, Riata Bolinger 5 aces, Ava Kreider 8 kills, 4 blocks.

Ekalaka(1 - 2): Kenzie Tooke 3 aces, 7 kills, 3 blocks, Codi Melton 7 kills, Kari Kittelmann 22 digs, Heidi LaBree 16 assists.

Plentywood 3, Lustre Christian 0

Game scores: 25 - 5, 25 - 8, 25 - 8.

Plentywood(3 - 0): Ashtyn Curtiss 10 aces, 22 assists, Shayla Fawcett 8 aces, 5 digs, Liv Wangerin 11 kills, 34 aces, 26 kills, 22 assists, 13 digs, 2 blocksEmma Brensdal 6 kills, 2 blocks, .

Richey-Lambert 3, Circle 2

Game scores: 21 - 25, 25 - 16, 16 - 25, 25 - 18, 15 - 6.

Richey-Lambert(2 - 0): Makyya Beyer 2 kills, -2 assists, 3 digs, Jaylyn Klempel 4 aces, 8 kills, 1 dig, 1 block, ShaeLyn Williams 3 aces, 6 kills, 12 digs, Laurel Sponheim 4 aces, 12 kills, 5 digs, Shawna Eggert 14 digs, Isabelle Fatzinger 2 aces, 42 assists, 6 digsRhiannon Reichel 1 ace, 16 kills, 2 blocks, .



Scottie Boys And Girls Win Poplar Invitational Cross Country Meet

Sunday, September 6th 2020

Boys: Glasgow 39, Richey-Lambert 52, Poplar 76, Plentywood NS, Circle NS, Brockton NS, Scobey NS, Culbertson NS, Fairview NS

Carl Zabrocki 2nd 18:06. 96
Bergen Miller 4th 18:32.20
Lane Thompson 8th 19:35.50
Reed Larsen 9th 19:48.84
Eli Feezell 16th 21:07.57
Blake Lloyd 18th 21:29.39
Riley Smith 20th 21: 36.23
Colter Cumber 27th 22:38.95


Girls: Glasgow 53, Culbertson 95, Poplar 96, Scobey 122, Fairview 153, Malta 175, Richey-Lambert NS, Brockton NS, Circle NS, Whitewater NS, Westby-Grenora NS, Dodson NS


Iris McKean 1st 19:50.40
Emily See 6th 23:37.16
Kira Beck 10th 25:11.14
Eve Stone 16th 26:50.92
Haylly Turner 20th 27:17.99
Shanice Lagerquist 37th 31:17.28


Next at Havre on Friday


Friday High School Scoreboard

Saturday, September 5th 2020

Football
Belt 66, Choteau 14
Bigfork 59, Cut Bank 7
Columbus 62, Red Lodge 40
Dillon 47, Stevensville 0
Fairview 48, Culbertson 0
Fairfield 22, Missoula Loyola 0
Harlem 42, Poplar 26
Malta 50, Roundup 6
Manhattan 35, Florence-Carlton 29 OT
Plains 44, Troy 0
Polson 14, Whitefish 7
Shelby 26, Chinook 22
Thompson Falls 42, Alberton-Superior 0
Townsend 27, Eureka 12
Whitehall 18, Jefferson 6

Volleyball
Circle 3, Broadus 0
North Country def. Scobey 19-25, 25-20, 25-16, 25-16


Scotties defeat Conrad 36-8

Friday, September 4th 2020

Glasgow Scotties defeated Conrad Cowboys 36-8 in a Class B football match-up Friday night.

1Q Glasgow 16, Conrad 0
2Q Glasgow 24, Conrad 0
3Q Glasgow 30, Conrad 8
FINAL Glasgow 36, Conrad 8

Scoring
Glasgow Hallock 1 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Lee)
Glasgow Lee 5 yd. Run (2 pt. Run Lee)
Glasgow Nieskens 7 yd. Reception (2 pt. Run Lee)
Conrad Evens 43 Yd. Reception (2 pt. Run Bitney)
Glasgow Hanson 15 yd. Run (Run No Good)
Glasgow Lee 2 yd. Run (Run No Good)

Scotties move to 2-0 on the season and travel to Baker on Friday night.


Treasure State Football Poll

Thursday, September 3rd 2020

Treasure State Media Rankings

Another week for the Treasure State Media Poll. There was a lot of movement in the number 5 spot across the classifications. We did also have ties, I may have to work on a tie breaker if this keeps up. Only in Class C-8 man did we see a change for the top team. Thanks again to all voters. We will have Class AA up next week when they begin their season.


Here are the Rankings going into week 2 of the 2020 High School Football season!


The number in (-) is the number of 1st place votes.


Class A Football-
1) Miles City-90 points (15)

2) Laurel- 57 points (3)

3) Dillon & Hamilton tied 47 points

5) Billings Central-14 points


Others Receiving Votes-

Columbia Falls -10 points, Libby-8 points, Havre-6 points, Lewistown (1)-5 points,

Hardin-2 points, Butte Central-1 point.


Class B Football-
1) Eureka-72 points (11)

2) Fairfield-55 points (4)

3) Manhattan-47 points

4) Red Lodge-42 points (2)

5) Bigfork and Glasgow tied with 9 points


Others Receiving Votes-

Florence-8 points, Missoula Loyola-6 points, Huntley Project-4 points, Conrad-3 points, Jefferson-2 points, Columbus-1 point.


Class C-8 man Football-
1) FT Benton-49 points (4)

2) Fairview-47 points (6)

3) Clark Fork-28 points (1)

4) Flint Creek-21 points

5) Twin Bridges-15 points


Others Receiving Votes-

Belt-9 points (1), Thompson Falls-8 points, Joliet-6 points, Cascade 4 points,

Choteau-3 points, Westby-Grenora-3 points, Scobey 1 point, Arlee-1 point.


Class C-6 man Football-
1) Big Sandy-45 points (6)

2) Jordan-32 points (3)

3) Hot Springs-23 points

4) Wibaux-21 points (1)

5) Shields Valley-12 points


Others Receiving Votes-

Geraldine/Highwood-5 points, Roy Winifred-5 points, Augusta-5 points (1),

Heart Butte 3 points, Richey-Lambert-3 points, Denton-Geyser-Stanford-3 points,

Power-Dutton-Brady-2 points, Sunburst-2 points.


Voters this week

John Miller-Montana Sports

Blake Hempstead-Anaconda Sports

Alec Bofinger-Montana Sports

Bruce Saylor-Butte Sports

Brian Reed-Class A FB Insider

Terry Werner-NWMTA

Darren Winberg-NBC-Montana

Stan Ozark-News and Sports Director KLTZ

Geroge Ferguson-Havre Daily News

Elijah Collins-SWX

Vince Bagby-SWX

Shaun Rainey-SWX

Chris Peterson-406-Sports

Tom Wylie- Montana Sports

Fritz Neighbor-Daily InterLake

Richie Melby-Montana Sports

Colter Nuanez-ESPN Missoula

Ryan Tootell-ESPN Missoula

Jordan Hansen-406-Sports

Anthony Nachreiner-KGEZ Sports Director


Wolf Point-Glasgow Volleyball Match Postponed

Wednesday, September 2nd 2020

The Wolf Point - Glasgow Volleyball match scheduled for this Thursday at Scottie Gymnasium will be rescheduled to a later date. Will announce when finalized.


Scottie Sports This Week

Monday, August 31st 2020

Thursday(Postponed)
Scottie Volleyball
Wolf Point at Glasgow
C/JV/V
Starts at 4pm

Friday
Broadcast on Kltz
Scottie Football
Conrad at Glasgow
7pm

Saturday
Scottie Cross Country
Glasgow at Poplar
10am

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