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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

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


Saturday Prep Football Scores

Sunday, August 30th 2020

Saturday

Alberton-Superior 56, Victor 12

Chinook 30, Park City 24

Denton-Geyser-Stanford 44, Roy-Winifred 18

Geraldine-Highwood 66, Centerville 27

Glasgow 36, Shepherd 0

Joliet 46, Shelby 26

Harlowton 26, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 6

Power-Dutton-Brady 21, North Star 0

Richey-Lambert 54, Bainville 20

Simms 42, Lone Peak 13

Twin Bridges 52, Great Falls Central 6


Scottie Cross Country Teams Compete In Sidney

Sunday, August 30th 2020

Girls team scores: Laurel 18, Custer County 53, Fergus 71, Glasgow 124, Culbertson 159, Dawson County 161, Poplar 178, Sidney 209, Fairview 237, Wolf Point No Score, Circle No Score, Richey/Lambert No Score, Brockton No Score

Iris McKean 3rd 21:35.66
Emily See 19th 26:25.26
Kira Beck 23rd 26:44.95
Haylly Turner 43rd 29:23.30
Eve Stone 49th 30:18.65
Shanice Lagerquist 61st 33:11.08
Elizabeth Nyquist 75th 43:51.54


Boys Scores:
Fergus 54, Custer County 79, Laurel 85, Wolf Point 87, Glasgow 96, Richey/Lambert 127, Poplar 175, Culbertson 226, Lockwood 238, Dawson County No Score, Circle No Score, Fairview No Score, Sidney No Score, Brockton No Score

Carl Zabrocki 5th 18:56.10
Bergen Miller 8th 19:52.13
Lane Thompson 20th 20:48.81
Reed Larsen 25th 21:08.92
Blake Lloyd 56th 23:14.69
Eli Feezell 58th 23:23.42
Riley Smith 60th 23:41.50
Colter Cumber 70th 25:49.80


Scottie Volleyball Team Defeats Shelby

Sunday, August 30th 2020

The Scottie Volleyball team knocked off Shelby on Saturday:

Glasgow 3, Shelby 0

Game scores: 25 - 14, 25 - 22, 25 - 14.

Kills: Tyann Graham and Abby Engstrom with 6

Blocks: Klaire Krumweide and Rachelle Glaser with 1

Digs: Rachelle Glaser with 12

Assists: Rachelle Glaser with 11


Area Volleyball Results

Sunday, August 30th 2020

Plentywood 3, Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 0

Game scores: 25 - 20, 25 - 14, 25 - 8.

Plentywood(1 - 0): Shayla Fawcett 8 digs, Ashtyn Curtiss 38 assists, 9 digs, Emma Brensdal 3 aces, Donn Longan 3 aces, 16 kills, Liv Wangerin 12 aces, 23 kills.

Circle 3, Wolf Point 0

Game scores: 25 - 20, 25 - 21, 25 - 20.


Scotties defeat Shepherd 36-0

Saturday, August 29th 2020

Glasgow defeated Shepherd 36-0 in a Class B football match-up Saturday afternoon.

GLASGOW 36, SHEPHERD 0

Glasgow;6;22;0;8;—;36
Shepherd;0;0;0;0;—;0

GLA — Loden Idler 40 run (run failed), 1::42

GLA — Idler 8 run (Dalton Sand run), 10:25

GLA — Beau Malnaa 31 pass from Idler (run failed), 5:42

GLA — Dylan Nieskens 2 pass from Idler (Tatum Hansen run), :02

GLA — Hansen 22 run (Hansen run), 11:01


Glasgow Middle School Girls Win Quad Cross Country Meet, Boys Second

Saturday, August 29th 2020


Glasgow Middle School girls handily won their inaugural meet of the season, scoring 21 team points to beat squads from Plentywood, Scobey, and Circle at a quadrangular meet at Glasgow’s Sullivan Park.

The Scottie boys finished in second with 52 points to Plentywood’s 21 team points. Neither Scobey nor Circle fielded a complete team on either the boys or girls squads.

The Glasgow girls were paced by 7th grader Kimber Dulaney, who took second overall with a time of 10:55 around the 1.5-mile Sullivan Park nature trail course. Sixth-grader Mayzie Yoakam took third overall with a time of 11:21, followed by fellow 6th grader Gina Page (11:36) and 8th grader Abigail Kulczyk (11:50). The final Scottie scorer was 6th grader Hayleigh Huntsman who finished in 7th place overall with a time of 12:02.

Other Scottie girls included Kheyerah Bilger, 8th in 12:07; Josie Kemp, 9th in 12:09; Joley Chappell, 10th in 12:18; Jensina Tweten, 13th in 13:05, Rebecca Bailey, 16th in 14:49; Ashlyn White, 17th in 15:17; and Aspen Probert, 18th in 15:23.

“We knew coming into this first meet of the year that our girls had a lot of potential,” said head GMS coach Andrew McKean. “We have a good mix of returning talent and some very promising first-time runners. I think the results showed that depth of our squad.”

On the boys side, the Scotties were paced by 7th grader Tavin Boland, who took third overall with a time of 10:13 for the 1.5-mile course. Sixth-grader Drew Simensen took 7th overall with a time of 11:07 followed by Cody Kuka (11th place) with an 11:40 finish, Kyler Whitman (15th place) in 12:18, and Rowan Kloker (16th place) in 12:20. Non-scoring Scotties included Malin Beck, 18th in 12:42; Ted See, 19th in 12:47: Owen Thompson, 20th in 12:52; Chris Johnson, 25th in 17:15; and Noah Leckie, 26th in 18:13.

“It’s a bit of a rebuilding year for our boys team,” said Coach McKean, “but we saw some excellent individual results and some strong pack running. I look for this team to improve in both individual and team placing as we move into the season.”

The Scotties are scheduled to travel to Poplar next Saturday for the Poplar Invitational, but as of deadline that date was not confirmed. The middle school squad will compete at the Scobey Invitational on Thursday, Sept. 10, and will return home for the Scottie Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 19 at Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck.


Friday High School Football Scoreboard

Saturday, August 29th 2020

BC-MT-FBH--Prep Scores By The Associated Press

PREP FOOTBALL=

Arlee 70, Troy 16

Belt 46, Absarokee 8

Big Sandy 47, Valier 6

Bigfork 57, Townsend 20

Charlo 24, Darby 6

Circle 38, Forsyth 12

Columbia Falls 48, Polson 28

Conrad 46, Deer Lodge 8

Corvallis 19, Stevensville 7

Dillon 20, Frenchtown 13

Eureka 14, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 0

Florence 42, Cut Bank 0

Fort Benton 48, Ennis 0

Hamilton def. Butte Central, forfeit

Libby 21, Whitefish 10

Mon-Dak 28, Scobey 22

Red Lodge 44, Big Timber 7

Ronan 42, Browning 0

Salmon, Idaho 36, Anaconda 7

Shields Valley 58, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Thompson Falls 38, St. Ignatius 32

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Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/


Friday Volleyball Scores

Saturday, August 29th 2020

Fairfield 3, Glasgow 2
Circle 3, Plevna 0
Huntley Project 3, Bridger 0
Shepherd 3, Big Timber 1
Simms 3, Conrad 1


Scottie Volleyball Loses Tight Match With Fairfield

Saturday, August 29th 2020

The Scottie volleyball team lost in 5 sets in their opening action of the 2020 fall. Fairfield defeated Glasgow 14-25, 23-25, 25-23, 25-23, 15-9 on Friday.

The Scottie girls face Shelby on Saturday.


2020 Scottie Volleyball Roster

Friday, August 28th 2020


2020 Scottie Cross Country Roster

Friday, August 28th 2020

2020 Scottie Cross Country Roster

Beck, Kira 10
Lagerquist, Shanice 12
McKean, Iris 11
Nyquist, Elizabeth 12
See, Emily 9
Stone, Eve 9
Turner, Haylly 10


Bishop, Jackson 9
Cumber, Colter 12
Feezell, Eli 9
Larsen, Reed 10
Lloyd, Blake 11
Miller, Bergen 11
Smith, Riley 10
Thompson, Lane 10
Zabrocki, Carl 12


Scottie Gymnasium Spectator Guidelines

Tuesday, August 25th 2020

2020 SCOTTIE GYMNASIUM SPECTATOR GUIDELINES

North and west bleachers will be reserved for HOME fans only. Home fans will be encouraged to use the entire north
(upper & lower sections) and the west section alongside the GHS pep band. Every other row of bleachers in the
grandstands will be off-limits to ensure proper social distancing. These bleachers will be clearly marked at each isle
entrance with a large BLACK X.

There will be signage displaying social distancing guidelines. Spectators must maintain a 6 ft. distance between “family
groups” while seated/standing in the bleachers. <------------ 6 ft. ----------->
Face coverings are required per Glasgow School District #1A policy for ALL fans in the bleachers and anytime you’re
indoors at Glasgow School District facilities. This can be a mask, gator, handkerchief, face shield, etc. of your choice.
NO entry without a face covering.

The south bleachers will be reserved for VISITOR fans only. Visitor fans will be encouraged to use the entire south (upper
& lower sections) and will be subject to the same social distancing guidelines above.
Please observe the orange cones & sidewalk scottie dogs to ensure 6 ft. social distancing while awaiting the purchase of
game tickets.

We will have separate bathrooms for HOME and VISITORS in Scottie Gymnasium. Home fans will use the north
handicap facilities on the GHS shop / weight room hallway ramp. Visitors will use the south facilities near Room 1
entrance.

Concessions will be sold at VARSITY events only. We will offer two windows this year. The west window will have two
lines for VISITOR fans only. The east window will have two lines for HOME fans only. Please observe signage and black
floor tape to ensure 6 ft. social distancing guidelines.

Ticket Prices Varsity --- $7.00 / $5.00 JV & MS -- $6.00 / $4.00 Room 1 doors open 1 hr. before scheduled start time.


Scottie Field Spectator Guidelines

Tuesday, August 25th 2020

2020 SCOTTIE FIELD SPECTATOR GUIDELINES

Grandstands will be reserved for HOME fans only. Home fans will be encouraged to use the entire grandstands including
the north end previously reserved for visitors. Every other row of bleachers in the grandstands will be off-limits to ensure
proper social distancing. These bleachers will be clearly marked at each isle entrance with a large BLACK X.

There will be signage displaying social distancing guidelines. Spectators must maintain a 6 ft. distance between “family
groups” while seated/standing in the grandstands. <------------ 6 ft. ----------->
Face coverings are required per Glasgow School District #1A policy for ALL fans in the grandstands. This can be a mask,
gator, handkerchief, face shield, etc. of your choice. NO entry without a face covering. Face covering can be lowered
only when proper 6 ft. social distancing can be maintained in every direction.

Portable East Bleachers (under the flag) will be added to the facility and are reserved for VISITING fans only. The same
above social distancing guidelines will apply.
We will have separate ticket lines at the ticket booth. Please observe signage & orange cones to ensure 6 ft. distance
between HOME and VISITOR ticket sale lines.

We will have separate bathrooms for HOME and VISITORS at Scottie Field. Home fans will use the facilities under the
grandstands. Visitors will use the porta potties located near the portable bleachers in the visiting seating section.

Concessions will be sold at VARSITY events only. We will offer two windows this year. The west window will have two
lines for HOME fans only. The east window will have two lines for VISITOR fans only. Please observe signage and
orange cones to ensure 6 ft. social distancing guidelines.

Motor vehicle spectators are encouraged for this year’s events at Scottie Field. There are 138 Parking spots developed
for our current situation. Each parking spot is 10 ft. wide. Please park STRAIGHT and center your bumper on the painted
rebar posts to assure ALL 138 parking spots can be used. Spectators can remain in vehicles, sit on their tailgate, or bring
their own lawn chairs. Face coverings are not required as long as the 6 ft. social distancing can be maintained between
“family groups”. We encourage the use of HORNS at appropriate times to improve the game atmosphere for our student
athletes. There will be access to parking spots at the traditional south gate (southeast corner of GHS parking lot) AND at
the North gate (northeast corner of the Back Staff Parking lot...behind GHS).


Scottie Football Roster

Monday, August 24th 2020


Scottie Volleyball And Football To Have Red & White Scrimmages On Saturday

Saturday, August 22nd 2020

Red & White VB Scrimmage scheduled for Sat. 5:00 PM @ Scottie Gymnasium will be closed to the public while we work through the logistics of spectators before the opening of regular season.

Scottie Football Red & White Game on Sat. 6:00 PM will be vehicles only. Grandstands closed


Parking Plan Released For Scottie Football Season

Saturday, August 22nd 2020

Designated Parking spots for Scottie Football Games this fall have been released. Please park straight and stay within your 10 ft. area. Center your bumper on the RED re-bar parking posts. This will maximize ALL 138 Parking spots for fans this season. Gates will open 1 hour and 15 minutes before scheduled kickoff time.

Price remains the same as fans in the grandstands:
$7.00 Adult
$5.00 Student
Activity Tickets accepted


No Spectators Allowed At Yellowstone County High School And Middle School Sporting Events

Wednesday, August 19th 2020

From Billings Gazette

BILLINGS — No spectators will be allowed at Yellowstone County high school and middle school sporting events this fall, according to the county's guidelines, which were announced Tuesday.

The plan includes 18 requirements for athletic activities, four for associated activities and three for media. Some of these guidelines might be relaxed if COVID-19 data indicate that it's safe to do so, Yellowstone County health officer John Felton said at a press conference.

"As we seek to balance safety and some sense of normalcy, some things must be changed," Felton said. "Being more restrictive in our requirements allows us to ease restrictions if the conditions warrant. I sincerely hope that we can do that as the school year and seasons progress."

Many elements of Yellowstone County's plan are aligned with the Montana High School Association's fall sports guidelines, which were released last month. The MHSA sponsors cross country, football, Class AA and A golf, soccer and volleyball in the fall.

In addition to the MHSA's guidelines, Yellowstone County's plan was based on discussions with the county's activities directors and superintendents, the Office of Public Instruction reopening guidance, Gov. Steve Bullock's plan for reopening schools and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.

"Everything we do is for the first time. This is the first time we'll have had school athletics and activities since COVID-19 has been around," Felton said. "We just have to see how it goes."

Billings Central athletic director Mike Ryan and Billings Public Schools AD Mark Wahl also spoke and fielded questions from the media at the press conference. Representatives from the Huntley Project School District couldn't attend but issued a statement of support from superintendent Mark Wandle and athletic director Tim Bastian.

"The easy thing would have been to cancel activities," Wahl said. "We are so truly appreciative of the opportunity to start activities."

Athletic event guidelines
Attendance at athletic events will be limited to players, team staff (coaches, managers, trainers, etc.), game management (officials, timekeepers, etc.) pep bands, cheerleaders and media. The county’s plan noted that many professional sporting events have been held without spectators. The NBA, MLB, NHL and PGA Tour are among the leagues currently playing without fans.

"This is not an easy decision or one taken lightly," Felton said. "It is a decision that recognizes the importance of allowing our children and youth some semblance of normalcy in these decidedly unusual times.

"It recognizes what I have said over and over: we cannot eliminate risk, but we must manage and mitigate risk to the best of our collective ability and wisdom."

Some sporting events will be broadcast by the National Federation of State High School Associations on the NFHS Network, Ryan said. Those online streams require a subscription. Ryan noted that cross country and golf events will not likely be broadcast, but most Yellowstone County facilities have NFHS cameras for football, soccer and volleyball games. All of School District 2's high school gyms and Daylis Stadium have cameras, Wahl said. Every game in those venues will be live streamed, Wahl added, and he hopes live radio broadcasts will continue. The school district is also exploring other options, including live television coverage for some varsity games.

While spectators won't be allowed to attend, there will not be a limit to how many team members can be at a sporting event or practice. The 50-person gathering limit in Bullock's phased reopening plan does not apply to school activities.

Concessions will not be offered at Yellowstone County sporting events.

If a team member tests positive for COVID-19, RiverStone Health will conduct a case investigation. The infected individual will be required to isolate, and identified close contacts will need to quarantine (a close contact is anyone who was within six feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from two days before illness onset — two days before a positive specimen is collected, for asymptomatic cases — until the patient is isolated, according to the CDC).

"We acknowledge there will likely be cases of COVID-19 associated with these activities and fully expect that this plan will evolve over time as the incidence and prevalence of COVID-19 shifts in our community," Felton said.

Team members and personnel will be screened for symptoms of the novel coronavirus before each practice and competition by school officials. The screening process includes questions about out-of-state travel and household members being tested. Anyone who screens positive for COVID-19 symptoms, even mild ones, will be removed from the practice or competition.

The county's plan mandates face mask wearing for team personnel and players in most situations, with the exception of "exercising in a strenuous manner." No runners, football players, golfers, soccer players or volleyball players will be required to wear a mask while competing in a game, meet, match or tournament. But those athletes must put on face coverings while on the sideline, during timeouts, during halftime and breaks in play or practice, among other situations. Masks cannot be shared.

Football players must wear a mask whenever they are out of the game for more than one play, and helmets with face shields do not meet the county’s face covering requirement. Golfers must wear masks whenever two or more of them are not at least six feet apart. Soccer players are required to wear face coverings whenever they aren’t in the game, and cross country runners will be required to wear them whenever they aren’t running.

Outdoor sport athletes will also be required to stand or sit at least six feet apart while waiting to compete or practice.

For volleyball, fall’s lone indoor sport, sideline chairs in each gym will be placed six feet apart (to the extent possible), assigned to a specific team member and have a mask for each of them.

Yellowstone County’s plan encourages coaches to limit intermixing by having specific groups of athletes stay together during practice drills, weightlifting, the team bus, team meetings and during overnight trips.

Athletes traveling to away events will be assigned seats on team buses with the same seat mates, and the seating order should remain the same throughout the season. The plan also requires sanitation of each bus after arrival to each site and before re-boarding for another trip. Athletes will be allowed to ride home with parents/guardians or designated coaches, and any team member who gets sick during travel will not be allowed to ride with the team. A family member, guardian or designated school official must transport that person, with as much distance as possible and mask wearing in the vehicle.

Anybody associated with a team who shares a ride in a vehicle other than the team bus must wear a mask throughout each trip.

Out-of-town travel is discouraged. If a trip requires an overnight stay, athletes should room with those they sit next to on the team bus. They must be masked in public spaces where they’re unable to distance, as well as indoor spaces and sleeping rooms except while they’re sleeping, showering, brushing their teeth, etc.

Each team member must have his or her own water bottle or cup at practices and events. A team support person will be in charge of refilling each container while wearing a mask and gloves.

Any meals for teams traveling to competitions should be boxed, and team members are encouraged to pre-order meals and use “grab and go” strategies.

Consequences for schools or individuals who don't follow these guidelines were not specified at the press conference, although Ryan said the MHSA will dole out punishment in those cases. Wahl believes athletes, coaches and other team personnel will strictly follow Yellowstone County's plan.

"Can we guarantee that every kid is going to be honest and disclose an illness or whatever? Not necessarily," Wahl said. "But our coaches are pretty good at recognizing when kids aren't themselves, and I have no doubt at all that coaches will do the right thing when they recognize that there's a situation, whether it's the best player or not."

Associated activities requirements
Extra-curricular activities that intersect with athletic events, such as pep band and cheerleading, will be allowed with proper physical distancing between participants and team members.

Cheer/spirit squads can only perform cheers that are physically distanced, with stunts allowed per MHSA guidelines.

Instrument “spit valves” will not be allowed to be emptied onto the floor or other hard surface used by multiple people at one time.

All of these associated activities will be subject to the same guidelines as athletes, coaches and other team personnel.

Media guidelines
Members of the media will be allowed to cover sporting events in-person with some restrictions: they must be masked at all times, they must film or conduct interviews from a distance of at least six feet and audio recording devices must be sanitized after every interview.

County-by-county differences
Felton, Ryan and Wahl acknowledged that not every county has the same guidelines as Yellowstone. Park County, for instance, currently has restrictions related to community spread of COVID-19 in other counties.

The Park County health department has advised its schools not to send teams to Yellowstone or Big Horn counties, and not to allow teams from those two counties to come to Park County, according to Livingston athletic director Nate Parseghian. Yellowstone and Big Horn lead Montana with 654 and 245 active coronavirus cases, respectively, as of Tuesday.

As a result of this guidance, a golf tournament hosted by Livingston on Friday will not include Yellowstone County schools Billings Central and Laurel or Big Horn County’s Hardin.

But that decision does not mean all fall sporting events between teams from Park County and Yellowstone or Big Horn will be canceled. Parseghian and other school administrators are in constant communication with county health officials, he said, and he hopes his teams will be able play against their Yellowstone and Big Horn foes down the road.

“We’re going to look at things on a week-to-week basis,” Parseghian said. “We’re asking for flexibility with our community.”

Some counties will be less restrictive than Park and Yellowstone. Flathead County, for example, will allow two spectators per uniformed participant at competitions, with masks and distancing required.

Some counties have different interpretations of the 50-person gathering limit, as well, Wahl said.

“We need to make sure that we understand when our teams travel what the restrictions or requirements are in those counties so that we can abide by them,” Felton said.


Billings Blue Jays Win State A American Legion Baseball Championship

Monday, August 10th 2020

State A Tournament

at Lewistown

Thursday


Game 1: Belgrade Bandits 10, Bitterroot Bucs 0 (5 innings)

Game 2: Billings Blue Jays 9, Havre Northstars 2

Game 3: Glacier Twins 10, Gallatin Valley Outlaws 9

Game 4: Lewistown Redbirds 4, Miles City Mavericks 2

Friday

Game 5: Bitterroot Bucs 18, Havre Northstars 13 (8 innings), loser-out

Game 6: Gallatin Valley Outlaws 7, Miles City Mavericks 6, loser-out

Game 7: Billings Blue Jays 6, Belgrade Bandits 1

Game 8: Lewistown Redbirds 9, Glacier Twins 6

Saturday

Game 9: Gallatin Valley Outlaws 6, Belgrade Bandits 2, loser-out

Game 10: Bitterroot Bucs 5, Glacier Twins 3, loser-out

Game 11: Billings Blue Jays 17, Lewistown Redbirds 5, undefeated semifinal

Game 12: Gallatin Valley Outlaws 11, Bitterroot Bucs 10, loser-out

Sunday

Game 13: Lewistown Redbirds 10, Gallatin Valley Outlaws, 1, loser takes third place

Game 14: Billings Blue Jays 11, Lewistown Redbirds 1, championship


Bozeman Bucks Win State AA American Legion Baseball Championship

Monday, August 10th 2020

tate AA Tournament

at Dehler Park, Billings

Wednesday


Game 1: No actual game, No. 1 Bozeman receives a bye

Game 2: No. 3 Kalispell 7, No. 6 Missoula 5

Game 3: No. 5 Billings Royals 14, No. 4 Billings Scarlets 3

Game 4: No. 2 Helena 6, No. 7 Great Falls 0

Thursday

Game 5: No actual game, loser of Game 3 receives a bye

Game 6: Great Falls 4, Missoula 1

Game 7: Bozeman 11, Billings Royals 0 (five innings)

Game 8: Helena 8, Kalispell 2

Friday

Game 9: Billings Royals 5, Great Falls 4, loser-out

Game 10: Billings Scarlets 8, Kalispell 6, loser-out

Game 11: Bozeman 8, Helena 6, undefeated semifinal

Saturday

Game 12: Helena 6, Billings Royals 0, loser-out

Game 13: Billings Scarlets 5, Bozeman 3

Sunday

Game 14: Helena 5, Billings Scarlets 3, loser takes third place

Game 15: Bozeman 5, Helena 0, championship


Glasgow High School And Middle School Fall Start/Meeting Dates

Monday, August 10th 2020

High School Sports practices begin on Friday August 14th. Parent Meetings will be held on Thursday Night and are MANDATORY. One parent of each athlete must attend in order for their child to participate this fall. Student Athletes CANNOT practice without a completed athletic physical.

High School Sports:

Football
Player Equipment Check-out on Thursday Aug 13th 6:00 PM at GHS
Parent Meeting @ the Scottie Field Grandstands on Thurs. Aug 13th 7:00 PM.
1st Day Practice Schedule for ALL 9th-12th Grade players on Fri. Aug. 14th:
8:00 AM Session 1 at GHS
1:00 PM Session 2 at GHS

Volleyball
Parent Meeting @ the Scottie Field Grandstands on Thurs. Aug 13th 6:30 PM.
1st Day Practice Schedule for Fri. Aug. 14th:
Invite Only 6:45 - 8:30 AM at GHS
ALL 9th-12 Grade Players 6:00 - 8:00 PM at GHS

Cross Country
Parent Meeting @ the Scottie Field Grandstands on Thurs. Aug 13th 7:00 PM.
1st Day Practice Schedule for ALL 9th-12th Grade Runners on Fri. Aug. 14th:
12:00 AM-Midnight Run (optional) at GHS
7:00 AM Session 2 at GHS

Fall Cheer
1st Practice Monday Aug. 17th 10:00 AM at GHS
Parent Mtg. 6:00 PM Monday Aug. 10th @ the Scottie Field Grandstands.

Middle School Sports practices begin on Monday August 17th. Parent Meetings will also be held on Monday Aug. 17th and are MANDATORY. One parent of each athlete must attend in order for their child to participate this fall. Student Athletes CANNOT practice without a completed athletic physical.

Middle School Sports
Football (7-8 Grade)
1st Day Practice 4:00 PM on Mon. Aug. 17th @ GMS
Parent Mtg. 6 PM on Mon. Aug. 17th @ GMS Garden

Volleyball (7-8 Grade)
1st Day Practice 3:45 PM on Monday Aug. 17th @ GMS
Parent Mtg. 5:30 PM on Monday Aug. 17th @ GMS Front Yard

Cross Country (6-8 Grade)
1st Day Practice 4:00 PM on Monday Aug. 17th @ GMS
Parent Mtg. 5:30 PM on Monday Aug. 17th @ GMS Back Yard


State A Legion Baseball Tourney Wraps Up Today

Sunday, August 9th 2020

State A Montana Legion Baseball tournament
Aug. 6-9 at Lewistown


Thursday, first round

Game 1: Belgrade 10, Bitterroot Bucs 0
Game 2: Billings Blue Jays 9, Havre 2
Game 3: Glacier 10, Gallatin Valley 9
Game 4: Lewistown 4, Miles City 2

Friday

Game 5: Bitterroot Bucs 18, Havre 13, loser-out
Game 6: Gallatin Valley 7, Miles City 6, loser-out
Game 7: Billings Blue Jays 6, Belgrade 1
Game 8: Lewistown 9, Glacier 6

Saturday

Game 9: Gallatin Valley 6, Belgrade 2, loser-out
Game 10: Bitterroot Bucs 5, Glacier 3, loser-out
Game 11: Billings Blue Jays 17, Lewistown 5, semifinal
Game 12: Gallatin Valley 11, Bitterroot Bucs 10, loser-out

Sunday

Game 13: Lewistown vs. Gallatin Valley, third place, 10 a.m.
Game 14: Billings Blue Jays vs. Lewistown/Gallatin Valley winner, championship, 1 p.m.
Game 15: Second championship, if necessary, 4 p.m.


Mandatory Fall Meetings Set For Fall Sports In Glasgow

Saturday, August 8th 2020

Mandatory Scottie Volleyball Parent Meeting will be held @ the Scottie Field Grandstands on Thurs. Aug 13th 6:30 PM. At least one parent of each player must attend
1st Day Practice Schedule for Fri. Aug. 14th:
Invite Only 6:45 - 8:30 AM
ALL 9th-12 Grade Players 6:00 - 8:00 PM

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Mandatory Scottie Football Parent Meeting will be held @ the Scottie Field Grandstands on Thurs. Aug 13th 7:00 PM. At least one parent of each player must attend
1st Day Practice Schedule for ALL 9th-12th Grade players on Fri. Aug. 14th:
8:00 AM Session 1
1:00 PM Session 2

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Mandatory Scottie Cross Country Parent Meeting will be held @ the Scottie Field Grandstands on Thurs. Aug 13th 7 PM. At least 1 parent of each runner must attend
1st Day Practice Schedule for ALL 9th-12th Grade Runners on Fri. Aug. 14th:
12:00 AM (optional)
7:00 AM Session 2


Scottie Youth Football Camp Set For August 10th And 11th

Wednesday, August 5th 2020

ATTN: 2020 Scottie Youth Football Camp (Incoming Grade 3rd-8th)

Date: Aug 10th and 11th
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 PM (both nights)
Where: Scottie Field
Cost: $20 (includes free camp t-shirt)
Featuring: Scottie Football Players and Coaching Staff

**Disclaimer...we understand this is on the same dates as the Glasgow Wrestling Camp. This was agreed upon with the wrestling staff and we put it in the evening to fully accommodate our local youth attending both camps


Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble Set For August 8th

Wednesday, August 5th 2020

The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture presents the Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble on Saturday, August 8th at Sunnyside Golf Course. There will be cash/prizes on every hole plus cash prizes to the Top 3 Net and Top Gross teams. Lunch and dinner included with entry fee plus free beer and water on every hole. For more information contact the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce or contact Sunnyside Golf Course.


6th Annual Paint Run/Walk

Wednesday, August 5th 2020

The 6th Annual Paint Run/Walk is Sat. Aug. 8th. Registration is at 8a.m. at the Glasgow Civic Center with 9a.m. start time for the Run/Walk. Entry fee is $30, and includes a Paint Run/Walk T-shirt.

This is an untimed 2.5 mile run/walk with proceeds to benefit the Montana Warriors on the Water program.

Participants are asked to wear a white t-shirt.

This event is jointly sponsored by GHS Student Council & the Glasgow Recreation Department.

You can send your entries to Rod Karst, 54271 US Hwy 2 East #28, Glasgow or drop them off at the Glasgow Recreation Center.


Billings Blue Jays Win Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tournament

Monday, August 3rd 2020

Eastern A

July 30-Aug. 2 at Billings

(Two teams advance)

Thursday, first round

Game 1: Miles City 6, Glasgow 1
Game 2: Glendive 6, Laurel 4
Game 3: Billings Blue Jays 19, Wolf Point 1 (5 innings)
Game 4: Froid 2, Billings Cardinals 1

Friday

Game 5: Laurel 16, Glasgow 6, loser-out
Game 6: Billings Cardinals 12, Wolf Point 1, loser-out
Game 7: Miles City 4 Glendive 1, second round
Game 8: Billings Blue Jays 3, Froid 0, second round

Saturday

Game 9: Laurel 12, Froid 1, loser-out
Game 10: Billings Cardinals 6, Glendive 1, loser-out
Game 11: Billings Blue Jays 8, Miles City 7, semifinal
Game 12: Billings Cardinals 5, Laurel 2, loser-out

Sunday

Game 13: Miles City 5, Billings Cardinals 4, loser-out
Game 14: Billings Blue Jays 13, Miles City 2, championship


GRD Co-Ed Softball Tournament

Monday, August 3rd 2020

GRD Co-ed Softball Tournament
Wednesday, July 29th 2020

Protein Sticks def. Dinks 18-4
Tootsies def. Taylor Storage/Thrivent Financial 23-2

Taylor Storage/Thrivent Financial def. Alley’s Palace 13-3
Northern Lights def. Protein Sticks 25-18

Final Standings
Northern Lights 12-2
Tootsies 10-4
Taylor Storage/Thrivent Financial 9-5
Protein Sticks 7-7
Dinks 3-11
Alley’s Palace 1-13

Championship Game This Week

Wednesday, August 5th 2020

6:30PM Field 1: Northern Lights vs. Tootsies



Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Scoreboard

Sunday, August 2nd 2020

Eastern A

July 30-Aug. 2 at Billings

(Two teams advance)

ADVERTISING

Thursday, first round

Game 1: Miles City 6, Glasgow 1
Game 2: Glendive 6, Laurel 4
Game 3: Billings Blue Jays 19, Wolf Point 1 (5 innings)
Game 4: Froid 2, Billings Cardinals 1

Friday

Game 5: Laurel 16, Glasgow 6, loser-out
Game 6: Billings Cardinals 12, Wolf Point 1, loser-out
Game 7: Miles City 4 Glendive 1, second round
Game 8: Billings Blue Jays 3, Froid 0, second round

Saturday

Game 9: Laurel 12, Froid 1, loser-out
Game 10: Billings Cardinals 6, Glendive 1, loser-out
Game 11: Billings Blue Jays 8, Miles City 7, semifinal
Game 12: Billings Cardinals 5, Laurel 2, loser-out

Sunday

Game 13: Miles City vs. Billings Cardinals, loser-out, 10 a.m.
Game 14: Billings Blue Jays vs. Game 13 winner, championship, 12:30 p.m.
Game 15: Second championship, if necessary, 3 p.m.


Reds Fall To Laurel

Friday, July 31st 2020

At the District Baseball Tournament in Billings on Friday, the Laurel Dodgers defeated Glasgow 16-6 on Friday, ending the Reds' season.

Calvin Bengochea had a triple and 3 RBI's to lead the Reds.


Miles City 6, Glasgow 1

Thursday, July 30th 2020

Miles City topped Glasgow on Thursday in the opening game of the Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tournament.

The Reds will fall to the loser out game on Friday morning at 11.


Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tournament Bracket

Sunday, July 26th 2020

The District American Legion Baseball Tourney starts Thursday in Billings.


Miles City defeats Glasgow in American Legion Baseball, 11-1

Sunday, July 26th 2020

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