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Scottie Sports This Week

Sunday, January 17th 2021

Scottie Wrestling this week:

Tuesday at Sidney Quad vs. Sidney, Baker, & Circle 5:00 PM
Friday at Havre Triangular vs. Corvallis & Ronan 4:00 PM
Saturday at Big Timber Triangular vs. Laurel & Livingston Time TBA

Scottie Basketball at Sidney this Friday Jan. 22nd. Full Game schedule:
2:00 - C Girls @ HS
2:00 - C Boys @ MS
3:30 - JV Girls @ HS
3:30 - JV Boys @ MS
5:00 - V Girls @ HS
6:30 - V Boys @ HS

Scottie Basketball this coming Saturday Jan. 23rd:
Scottie Girls at HOME vs. Glendive in Scottie Gymnasium—
1:00 - C Girls
2:30 - JV Girls
4:00 - V Girls

Scottie Boys on the road at Glendive—
4:00 - C Boys
5:30 - JV Boys
7:00 - V Boys


Scottie Wrestlers Compete At Home Quadrangular Mixer

Sunday, January 17th 2021

Glasgow Mixer
Scottie Wrestlers finish with a record of 14 Wins and 10 Losses in Saturday's Quadrangular Mixer vs. Chinook, Harlem, & Circle at Scottie Gymnasium.

(Teams: Glasgow, Chinook, Harlem, Circle)

Round 1

120: Rebecca Stroh, Chi, p. Cierra Norton, Cir, 3:55.
126: Shay Pederson, Gla, p. Kaitlyn Johnson, Har, 1:03.
126: Tugg Taylor, Cir, p. Dawson Boland, Gla, 3:34.
132: Krayle Sormer, Cir, p. Alex Ost, Gla, :57.
138: Bryson Bartleson, d. Lane Snider, Chi, 8-0.
145: Devon Nesbitt, Gla, p. Amelia Blackcrow, Har, 1:18.
145: Canyon Casterline, Cir, p. Mason Donaldson, Gla, 3:37.
152: Cole Becker, Cir, p. Darrius Longknife, Har, :49.
152: Colten Fast, Gla, p. Drake Berreth, Chi, 1:10.
160: Damien Nesbitt, Gla, p. Jaron Taylor, Cir, 3:06.
160: Morgan Fast, Gla, p. Austin Hughes, Gla, 4:26.
170: Kyler Hallock, Gla, p. Lincoln Reich, Ghi, :41.
182: Lance Blackcrow, Har, d. Ethan Nickels, Gla, 7-2.
205: Dylan Nieskens, Gla, p. Michael Rider, Har, :52.
285: Wyatt Dunbar, Chi, p. Kohl Kittleson, Gla, :57.

Round 2

120: Rebecca Stroh, Chi, p. Shay Pederson, Gla, 1:30.
126: Krayle Stormer, Cir, p. Dawson Boland, Gla, :54.
132: Ryley Hofeldt, Chi, p. Kaitlyn Johnson, Har, 1:45.
132: Alex Ost, Gla, p. Grady Richardson, Cir, 1:50.
132: Mason Donaldson, Gla, p. Lane Snider, Chi, 5:58.
138: Bryson Bartelson, Cir, md. Amelia Blackcrow, Har, 21-6.
145: Canyon Casterline, Cir, d. Devon Nesbitt, Gla, 7-2.
152: Colten Fast, Gla, d. Cole Becker, Cir, 3-0.
152: Drake Berreth, Chi, p. Darrius Longknife, Har, 2:49.
160: Jaron Taylor, Cir, p. Morgan Fast, Gla, :57.
160: Damien Nesbitt, Gla, p. Tia Kents, Har, 1:15.
170: Austin Hughes, Gla, p. Lincoln Reich, Chi, 1:19.
205: Kohl Kittleson, Gla, p. Michael Rider, Har, 2:45.
285: Mayson Phipps, Gla, p. Wyatt Dunbar, Chi, 3:55.


Prep Basketball Scoreboard January 16th

Sunday, January 17th 2021

High school boys basketball

Alberton-Superior 55, Plains 44 (OT)
Beach (N.D.) 54, Wibaux 52
Big Sandy 52, North Star 45
Billings Central 64, Glendive 49
Bridger 58, Reed Point-Rapelje 37
Browning 64, Columbia Falls 60
Butte 77, Kalispell Flathead 74
Charlo 49, Arlee 44
Chester-Joplin-Inverness 66, Hays-Lodgepole 50
Chinook 80, Turner 30
Circle 55, Plentywood 52 (OT)
Corvallis 60, Butte Central 58
Cut Bank 52, Great Falls Central 38
Dillon 50, Hamilton 24
Dodson 56, Lustre Christian 49
Ennis 64, Sheridan 42
Fairfield 78, Choteau 30
Fairview 66, Culbertson 34
Fort Benton 62, Box Elder 36
Frenchtown 56, Ronan 40
Froid-Medicine Lake 66, Bainville 32
Glasgow 70, Poplar 50
Harlowton-Ryegate 84, Fromberg 40
Heart Butte 72, Conrad 60
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 55, Geraldine-Highwood 49
Huntley Project 46, Shepherd 45 (OT)
Lame Deer 68, Baker 33
Laurel 52, Hardin 43
Lewistown 61, Sidney 40
Eureka 68, Troy 27
Manhattan Christian 76, Gardiner 33
Melstone 70, Lockwood 32
Missoula Hellgate 59, Kalispell Glacier 29
Missoula Sentinel 67, Helena Capital 59
Park City 50, Plenty Coups 47
Philipsburg 64, Seeley-Swan 38
Polson 58, Libby 46
Red Lodge 46, Columbus 42
Roundup 62, Forsyth 39
Roy-Winifred 46, Winnett-Grass Range 34
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 55, Frazer 20
Savage 49, Brockton 47 (OT)
Scobey 74, Wolf Point 29
Shelby 44, Malta 40
Terry 61, Jordan 42
Townsend 62, Jefferson 54
Twin Bridges 67, Lone Peak 55
Valley Christian 72, Darby 64
Westby-Grenora 45, Richey-Lambert 44
White Sulphur Springs 44, West Yellowstone 41

High school girls basketball

Alberton-Superior 57, Plains 29
Augusta 42, Power 34
Beach (N.D.) 50, Wibaux 46
Bigfork 56, Florence 48
Billings Central 59, Glendive 28
Billings West 47, Billings Skyview 44
Bridger 61, Reed Point-Rapelje 34
Broadus 53, Custer-Hysham 39
Butte Central 44, Corvallis 39
Charlo 60, Arlee 16
Columbia Falls 56, Browning 41
Columbus 55, Red Lodge 38
Culbertson 37, Fairview 17
Denton-Geyser-Stanford 43, Centerville 34
Drummond 60, Victor 22
Ekalaka 67, Plevna 35
Ennis 34, Sheridan 14
Fort Benton 51, Box Elder 48
Froid-Medicine Lake 47, Bainville 32
Glasgow 58, Poplar 35
Great Falls Central 43, Cut Bank 34
Hardin 60, Laurel 52
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 50, Geraldine-Highwood 25
Jefferson 56, Townsend 40
Jordan 58, Terry 17
Manhattan Christian 66, Gardiner 26
Missoula Hellgate 50, Kalispell Glacier 49
Missoula Loyola 56, Whitehall 40
North Star 70, Big Sandy 14
Plenty Coups 52, Park City 41
Plentywood 48, Circle 36
Roberts 44, Absarokee 31
Ronan 41, Frenchtown 35
Roundup 33, Forsyth 32
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 69, Frazer 23
Savage 51, Brockton 19
Scobey 45, Wolf Point 34
Seeley-Swan 62, Philipsburg 49
Shepherd 56, Huntley Project 21
Sidney 49, Lewistown 47
Thompson Falls 75, Wallace (Idaho) 35
Turner 59, Chinook 52
Twin Bridges 55, Lone Peak 29
Westby-Grenora 53, Richey-Lambert 41
West Yellowstone 53, White Sulphur Springs 35


Prep Basketball Scores For January 15th

Saturday, January 16th 2021

High school boys basketball

Belt 61, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 28
Billings Senior 57, Belgrade 48
Billings Skyview 67, Billings West 46
Bridger 72, Plenty Coups 52
Cascade 71, Valier 28
Chinook 73, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 22
Columbus 62, Shepherd 55 (OT)
Dodson 77, Frazer 33
Dutton-Brady 50, Fairfield JV 44
Florence 76, Corvallis 67
Fort Benton 58, Turner 14
Froid-Medicine Lake 63, Richey-Lambert 47
Harlowton-Ryegate 57, Reed Point-Rapelje 24
Harrison-Willow Creek 52, Ennis 49
Havre 66, Sidney 40
Hot Springs 55, Charlo 52
Huntley Project 52, Colstrip 50 (OT)
Laurel 46, Billings Central 40
Lewistown 60, Hardin 52
Lodge Grass 75, Forsyth 26
Malta 66, Poplar 43
Manhattan Christian 66, Three Forks 30
Miles City 60, Glendive 53
North Country 44, Lustre 30
North Star 70, Hays-Lodgepole 59
Park City 52, Fromberg 14
Plains 47, Noxon 45
Plentywood 52, Brockton 39
Rocky Boy 69, Choteau 22
Savage 69, Culbertson 47
Scobey 82, Nashua 21
Shelby 45, Cut Bank 29.
Sheridan 45, Lima 31
Shields Valley 74, White Sulphur Springs 39
Simms 61, Heart Butte 47
Terry 47, Melstone 44
Townsend 52, Whitehall 49
Valley Christian 60, Lincoln 13

High school girls basketball

Absarokee 42, Broadview-Lavina 32
Augusta 67, Dutton-Brady 27
Bainville 33, Fairview 21
Belt 49, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 32
Billings Central 42, Laurel 21
Billings Senior 41, Belgrade 29
Bozeman 56, Gallatin 25
Bridger 52, Plenty Coups 49
Charlo 60, Hot Springs 25
Chinook 70, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 36
Choteau 66, Rocky Boy 35
Colstrip 74, Huntley Project 30
Columbus 56, Shepherd 28
Culbertson 33, Savage 29
Dodson 61, Frazer 19
Forsyth 66, Lodge Grass 57
Fort Benton 47, Turner 29
Froid-Medicine Lake 43, Richey-Lambert 16
Glendive 54, Miles City 44
Hardin 69, Lewistown 38
Harlowton-Ryegate 40, Reed Point-Rapelje 12
Havre 69, Sidney 19
Heart Butte 57, Simms 56
Jordan 56, Winnett-Grass Range 16
Livingston 38, Manhattan 36
Malta 61, Poplar 15
Manhattan Christian 60 Three Forks 38
Melstone 74, Terry 22
North Star 47, Hays-Lodgepole 34
Park City 55, Fromberg 14
Plentywood 72, Brockton 26
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 60, Lustre Christian 13
Scobey 55, Nashua 26
Seeley-Swan 79, Darby 27
Shelby 60, Cut Bank 47
Sheridan 45, Lima 31
Shields Valley 65, White Sulphur Springs 33
Valier 55, Cascade 48
Valley Christian 46, Lincoln 20
Whitehall 57, Townsend 35


Scottie Wrestlers Split Duel Matches With Lewistown And Malta

Saturday, January 16th 2021

Lewistown 35 Glasgow 33 Final. Lewistown picks up five wins, Scotties counter with five of their own. But the Golden Eagles grab 2 forfeits in securing the dual victory.

Glasgow 48 Malta 9 Final. Scotties with the dominant rivalry victory. Record now at 7-3 overall on the year in Dual competition.


Glasgow Boys Defeat Poplar

Saturday, January 16th 2021

In Saturday night's varsity boy's basketball game, the Glasgow Scotties defeated Poplar 70-50


Glasgow Girls Defeat Poplar

Saturday, January 16th 2021

In Saturday night's varsity girl's basketball game, the Glasgow Scotties defeated Poplar 58-35


Ice Dawg Schedule At Valley Event Center

Friday, January 15th 2021

Glasgow Ice Dawgs schedule for this weekend at the Valley Even Center:

The Ice Dawgs will be honoring senior girls on Friday evening before the 8pm game. Senior girls are Shanice Lagerquist and Elizabeth Nyquist.

Schedule of games at the rink are as follows:

Senior Night Friday
8pm 19u Ice Dawgs vs Salmon Idaho

Saturday
10am 19U Ice Dawgs vs Salmon Idaho
2pm Peewees vs Great Falls
4pm 19U Ice Dawgs vs Salmon Idaho
6pm Bantams vs Whitefish

Sunday
8am Bantams vs Whitefish
10am Peewees vs Great Falls


Friday, January 15th 2021

Thursday Boys Basketball Scores

Browning 62, Havre 61

Belt 71, Geraldine-Highwood 29

Bozeman Gallatin 62, Bozeman 60

Browning 62, Havre 61

Butte Central 49, Three Forks 40

Columbia Falls 60, Whitefish 58

Dodson 65, Nashua 25

Eureka 59, Arlee 43

Great Falls 61, Great Falls CMR 34

Hamilton 63, Stevensville 20

Harlem 72, Glasgow 52

Kalispell Flathead 57, Missoula Hellgate 55

Kalispell Glacier 62, Butte 42

Manhattan 69, Big Timber 52

Melstone 59, Jordan 46

Missoula Big Sky 48, Helena 36

Polson 52, Frenchtown 50

Red Lodge 55, Joliet 30

Rocky Boy 59, Conrad 54

Ronan 54, Libby 43

Roy-Winifred 49, Fort Benton 38

Simms 67, Dutton-Brady 59

St. Ignatius 61, Missoula Loyola 50

Twin Bridges 43, Harrison-Willow Creek 29

Valier 55, Power 48

Victor 63, Lincoln 17

Winnett-Grass Range 58, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 44

Thursday Girls Basketball Scores

Big Timber 72, Manhattan 35

Butte Central 51, Three Forks 41

Charlo 44, Alberton-Superior 19

Conrad 68, Rocky Boy 48

Denton-Geyser-Stanford 47, Winnett-Grass Range 8

Dodson 50, Nashua 32

Eureka 55, Arlee 8

Fort Benton 44, Roy-Winifred 35

Glasgow 73, Harlem 43

Hamilton 54, Stevensville 31

Havre 49, Browning 37

Melstone 68, Jordan 47

Missoula Hellgate 38, Kalispell Flathead 25

Missoula Loyola 51, St. Ignatius 33

Simms 67, Dutton-Brady 32

Thompson Falls 67, Bigfork 51

Valier 66, Power 43

Victor 40, Lincoln 15


Scottie Wrestlers Go 1-1 In Duels At Miles City

Friday, January 15th 2021

Miles City 38 Glasgow 29 Final. The Cowboys pick up 2 forfeits and then win the first 4 contested matches. Scotties win the next six. Miles City 103 pounder gets the victory to close out the dual.

Custer Co. (Miles City) (CCMC) 38.0 Glasgow (GLAS) 29.0

103: Caleb Smith (CCMC) over Damon Adkins (GLAS) (MD 16-8)
113: Isaac Beardsley (CCMC) over (GLAS) (For.)
120: Payton Gaskins (CCMC) over (GLAS) (For.)
126: Tucker Ellison (CCMC) over Dawson Boland (GLAS) (Fall 4:44)
132: Jayda Fox (CCMC) over Shalynn Pedersen (GLAS) (Fall 0:26)
138: Currey Brown (CCMC) over Alex Ost (GLAS) (Fall 4:16)
145: Daimian Leidholt (CCMC) over Devon Nesbitt (GLAS) (MD 10-0)
152: Colten Fast (GLAS) over Mick Friend (CCMC) (Fall 0:30)
160: Damien Nesbitt (GLAS) over Easton DeJong (CCMC) (TF 15-0 0:00)
170: Kyler Hallock (GLAS) over Joe Giddis (CCMC) (Fall 0:45)
182: Cooper Larson (GLAS) over Jaiden Gibson (CCMC) (Dec 10-3)
205: Dylan Nieskens (GLAS) over Jackson Miller (CCMC) (Fall 0:33)
285: Mayson Phipps (GLAS) over Base Walker (CCMC) (Dec 4-2)

Glasgow 43 Colstrip 15 Final. Scotties improve to 6-2 on the year in dual competition.

Glasgow (GLAS) 43.0 Colstrip (COLS) 15.0
103: Damon Adkins (GLAS) over (COLS) (For.)
126: Dawson Boland (GLAS) over Matthew Whalen (COLS) (Dec 12-5)
132: Ty Borge (COLS) over Shalynn Pedersen (GLAS) (Fall 2:53)
138: Zaden Heck (COLS) over Alex Ost (GLAS) (Dec 8-1)
145: Devon Nesbitt (GLAS) over Garrett Buckalew (COLS) (Fall 3:17)
152: Colten Fast (GLAS) over Zach Valdez (COLS) (MD 20-8)
160: Damien Nesbitt (GLAS) over Dawson Buckalew (COLS) (Fall 3:13)
170: Kyler Hallock (GLAS) over Zach Cox (COLS) (Fall 5:10)
182: Rylin Burns (COLS) over Cooper Larson (GLAS) (Fall 1:55)
205: Dylan Nieskens (GLAS) over (COLS) (For.)
285: Mayson Phipps (GLAS) over (COLS) (For.)


Montana Football Alignment For 2021 Season

Friday, January 15th 2021


Dodson Girls Defeat Nashua

Thursday, January 14th 2021

In Thursday night's girl's basketball game, Dodson defeated Nashua 50-32


Scottie Boys Fall to Harlem 72-52

Thursday, January 14th 2021

The Scottie Boys fall to the visiting Wildcats 72-52 on Thursday night.

Harlem 13-35-52-72
Glasgow 11-28-41-52


Dodson Boys Defeat Nashua

Thursday, January 14th 2021

In Thursday night's boy's basketball game, Dodson defeated Nashua 65-25


Scottie Girls Defeat Harlem 73-43

Thursday, January 14th 2021

The Scottie Girls got the victory over the visiting Wildcats by a score of 73-43 on Thursday night.


Harlem 15-24-37-43
Glasgow 24-46-56-73


Wednesday, January 13th 2021

Boys Basketball Scoreboard

Tuesday

Alberton-Superior 53, Philipsburg 48

Fairview 57, Richey-Lambert 45

Florence-Carlton 62, Anaconda 51

Froid-Lake 70, Frazer 21

Glendive 68, Wolf Point 38

Helena Capital 55, Missoula Big Sky 47

Huntley Project 74, Roundup 45

Manhattan Christian 65, White Sulphur Springs 18

Miles City 56, Sidney 42

Missoula Sentinel 59, Helena 34

Rocky Boy 66, Great Falls Central 57

Roy-Winifred 79, Hays-Lodgepole 39
Scobey 68, Lustre 32

St. Ignatius 80, Arlee 52

Thompson Falls 81, Bigfork 75

Twin Bridges 46, Three Forks 41

Girls Basketball Scoreboard

Tuesday

Anaconda 64, Florence-Carlton 37

Gardiner 56, West Yellowstone 31

Geraldine-Highwood 40, Centerville 27

Glendive 41, Wolf Point 37

Great Falls Central 73, Rocky Boy 50

Helena 49, Missoula Sentinel 42

Helena Capital 47, Missoula Big Sky 14

Manhattan Christian 73, White Sulphur Springs 20

Philipsburg 69, Alberton-Superior 35

Roundup 45, Huntley Project 26

Roy-Winifred 52, Hays-Lodgepole 24

Scobey 48, Lustre Christian 33

St. Ignatius 58, Arlee 12

Wibaux 49, Plevna 29


GRD Men's Basketball League Scores

Monday, January 11th 2021

GRD
Men’s Basketball League Scores 2020-21


Tuesday, January 5th 2021

Nutrien Ag Solutions def. Robyn’s Nest 55-51
High Scorers:
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Meciah Zilkoski – 21
Robyn’s Nest – Dallas Capdeville – 11
Keelan Taber – 11

Thursday, January 7th 2021

FCB def. Robyn’s Nest via forfeit


League Standings
Nutrien Ag Solutions 8-0
FCB 2-6
Robyn’s Nest 2-7


Games This Week:

Tuesday, January 12th 2021

6:30PM Nutrien Ag Solutions vs. FCB

Thursday, January 14th 2021

6:30PM Nutrien Ag Solutions vs. Robyn’s Nest


Scottie Athletic Schedule This Week

Monday, January 11th 2021

Scottie Basketball vs. Harlem in Scottie Gymnasium this Thursday.
Game Schedule:
JV Boys 3:30
JV Girls 5:00
V Boys 6:30
V Girls 8:00

Scottie Wrestling this week:
Thursday at Miles City. Duals vs. Miles City & Colstrip
Friday at Malta. Duals vs. Malta & Lewistown
Saturday HOME Quad Mixer in Scottie Gymnasium 1:00 PM vs. Chinook, Circle, & Harlem.

Scottie Basketball at Poplar on Saturday Jan. 16th.
UPDATED Game Schedule in PHS Gymnasium:
1:00 JV Boys
2:30 JV Girls
4:00 V Boys
5:30 V Girls


Prep Basketball Scores For January 9th

Sunday, January 10th 2021

Boys Basketball Prep Scores For Saturday

Alberton-Superior 51, St. Regis 48

Anaconda 65, Missoula Loyola 60

Billings Central 71, Buffalo, Wy 63

Billings West 68, Bozeman Gallatin 45

Bozeman 66, Billings Skyview 56

Bridger 70, Reed Point-Rapelje 28

Brockton 80, Nashua 58

Butte 62, Helena 39

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 63, Turner 44

Chinook 104, Big Sandy 52

Circle 61, Culbertson 43

Deer Lodge 53, Bigfork 51

Dillon 64, Butte Central 51

Drummond 63, Lincoln 12

Fairfield 65, Conrad 49

Froid-Lake 46, Fairview 45

Great Falls 62, Billings Senior 56

Hamilton 41, Whitefish 32

Hardin 86, Havre 81

Harlem 80, Wolf Point 57

Harlowton-Ryegate 58, Roberts 6

Jefferson 68, Big Timber 48

Jordan 50, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 44

Kalispell Flathead 66, Missoula Big Sky 65

Lewistown 64, Miles City 50

Libby 48, Browning 45

Malta 67, Roundup 39

Melstone 59, Broadus 43

Missoula Hellgate 55, Helena Capital 44

Missoula Sentinel 61, Kalispell Glacier 52

Park City 44, Broadview-Lavina 29

Philipsburg 44, Darby 31

Plenty Coups 66, Fromberg 37

Red Lodge 58, Shepherd 41

Savage 67, Plentywood 63

Scobey 80, Glasgow 26

Shelby 70, Great Falls Central 29

Sheridan, Wy 55, Laurel 32

Simms 90, Cascade 51

Terry 79, Ekalaka 61

Townsend 75, Three Forks 71, 2OT

Twin Bridges 69, Whitehall 58

Valley Christian 63, Seeley-Swan 43

White Sulphur Springs 44, Lima 31

Wibaux 51, Custer-Hysham 20

Girls Prep Basketball Scores For Saturday

Alberton-Superior 48, St. Regis 22

Anaconda 58, Missoula Loyola 50

Big Timber 62, Jefferson 32

Billings Central 52, Buffalo, Wy 33

Billings West 59, Bozeman Gallatin 12

Bozeman 61, Billings Skyview 56

Bridger 49, Reed Point-Rapelje 30

Browning 61, Libby 19

Cascade 58, Simms 42

Chinook 58, Big Sandy 9

Choteau 67, Cut Bank 51

Circle 47, Culbertson 27

Colstrip 54, Baker 32

Denton-Geyser-Stanford 40, Jordan 37

Ekalaka 59, Terry 9

Eureka 49, Thompson Falls 42

Fairfield 63, Conrad 20

Florence-Carlton 47, Frenchtown 39

Forsyth 43, Lame Deer 40

Fort Benton 75, Hays-Lodgepole 25

Froid-Lake 46, Fairview 30

Great Falls 66, Billings Senior 62

Great Falls Central 58, Shelby 46

Hardin 41, Havre 38

Harlem 61, Wolf Point 58

Helena 58, Butte 56

Helena Capital 52, Missoula Hellgate 50

Laurel 54, Sheridan, Wy 43

Lewistown 45, Miles City 38

Lustre Christian 58, Frazer 13

Malta 48, Roundup 37

Melstone 72, Broadus 25

Missoula Hellgate 52, Helena Capital 50

Missoula Sentinel 47, Kalispell Glacier 34

Park City 39, Broadview-Lavina 20

Philipsburg 54, Darby 25

Plenty Coups 66, Fromberg 23

Plentywood 60, Savage 17

Red Lodge 61, Shepherd 42

Roberts 35, Harlowton-Ryegate 34

Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 71, Dodson 19

Scobey 33, Glasgow 29

Shields Valley 55, Sheridan 13

St. Ignatius 70, Plains 37

Three Forks 49, Townsend 44

Turner 72, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 37

Valier 68, Augusta 55

Westby-Grenora 42, Bainville 28

White Sulphur Springs 46, Lima 36

Wibaux 43, Custer-Hysham 42


Scottie Wrestlers Go 3-1 In Duel Matches This Weekend

Sunday, January 10th 2021

The Glasgow Scottie Wrestling Team went 3-1 over the weekend with duel wins over Glendive, Cut Bank and Eureka. The Scotties lost to Havre on Friday.

Glasgow vs Dawson County
Dual Meet Summary

103 Adkins, Damon (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit, (Dawson County) {Forfeit} (Score: 6-0)
113 Berry, Austin (Dawson County) defeated Kuka, Jake (Glasgow){Fall 1:12} (Score: 6-6)
120 Gilbertson, Tyrell (Dawson County) defeated Forfeit, (Glasgow) {Forfeit} (Score: 6-12)
126 Boland, Dawson (Glasgow) defeated Gentry, Jace (Dawson County) {Fall 2:16} (Score:
12-12)
132 Jarvis, Tristan (Dawson County) defeated Forfeit, (Glasgow) {Forfeit} (Score: 12-18)
138 Azure, Hayden (Dawson County) defeated Ost, Alex (Glasgow) {Fall 1:59} (Score:
12-24)
145 Harrington, Cody (Dawson County) defeated Nesbitt, Devon (Glasgow) {Fall 1:36}
(Score: 12-30)
152 Fast, Colten (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Dawson County) {Forfeit} (Score: 18-30)
160 Nesbitt, Damien (Glasgow) defeated Ruske, Tommy (Dawson County) {Fall 5:49}
(Score: 24-30)
170 Hallock, Kyler (Glasgow) defeated Franklin, Aiden (Dawson County) {Fall 3:37} (Score:
30-30)
182 Larson, Cooper (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Dawson County) {Forfeit} (Score: 36-30)
205 Nieskens, Dylan (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Dawson County) {Forfeit} (Score: 42-30)
285 Kittleson, Kohl (Glasgow) defeated Bustos, Thomas (Dawson County) {Fall 0:42}
(Score: 48-30)
Final Score: 48 - 30

Glasgow vs Cut Bank
Dual Meet Summary

103 Adkins, Damon (Glasgow) defeated Schmidt, Richard (Cut Bank) {Decision 6-3} (Score:
3-0)
113 Kuka, Jake (Glasgow) defeated Murphy, Bradin (Cut Bank) {Maj Dec 9-1} (Score: 7-0)
120 Kennedy, Hunter (Cut Bank) defeated Forfeit, (Glasgow) {Forfeit} (Score: 7-6)
126 Berkram, Wyatt (Cut Bank) defeated Boland, Dawson (Glasgow) {Fall 3:10} (Score:
7-12)
132 Pedersen, Shalynn (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Cut Bank) {Forfeit} (Score: 13-12)
138 Branch, Kanon (Cut Bank) defeated Ost, Alex (Glasgow) {Fall 1:08} (Score: 13-18)
145 Larson, Matt (Cut Bank) defeated Nesbitt, Devon (Glasgow) {Fall 1:24} (Score: 13-24)
152 Donaldson, Mason (Glasgow) defeated Barcus, Brock (Cut Bank) {Fall 4:27} (Score:
19-24)
160 Nesbitt, Damien (Glasgow) defeated Sullivan, Ethan (Cut Bank) {Fall 0:39} (Score:
25-24)
170 Vanek, Austin (Cut Bank) defeated Hallock, Kyler (Glasgow) {Maj Dec 10-2} (Score:
25-28)
182 Larson, Cooper (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Cut Bank) {Forfeit} (Score: 31-28)
205 Nieskens, Dylan (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Cut Bank) {Forfeit} (Score: 37-28)
285 Phipps, Mayson (Glasgow) defeated Gallagher, Jeremy (Cut Bank) {Fall 1:30} (Score:
43-28)
Final Score: 43 - 28

Glasgow vs Havre
Dual Meet Summary

103 Adkins, Damon (Glasgow) defeated Kirkidie, Jerry (Havre) {Fall 0:25} (Score: 6-0)
113 Kuka, Jake (Glasgow) defeated Harris, Carson (Havre) {Fall 2:15} (Score: 12-0)
120 Knoles, Braydon (Unknown) defeated Forfeit, (Glasgow) {Forfeit} (Score: 12-6)
126 Chagnon, Mick (Havre) defeated Boland, Dawson (Glasgow) {Fall 4:01} (Score: 12-12)
132 Velk, Hunter (Unknown) defeated Forfeit, (Glasgow) {Forfeit} (Score: 12-18)
138 Pleninger, Riley (Havre) defeated Ost, Alex (Glasgow) {Fall 0:25} (Score: 12-24)
145 Pleninger, Kendall (Havre) defeated Nesbitt, Devon (Glasgow) {Decision 6-4} (Score:
12-27)
152 Fast, Colten (Glasgow) defeated Wilting, Mason (Havre) {Fall 0:15} (Score: 18-27)
160 VanCampen, Kale (Havre) defeated Nesbitt, Damien (Glasgow) {Decision 5-1} (Score:
18-30)
170 Thivierge, Orion (Havre) defeated Hallock, Kyler (Glasgow) {Fall 4:50} (Score: 18-36)
182 Larson, Cooper (Glasgow) defeated Tommerup, Randy (Havre) {Decision 3-1} (Score:
21-36)
205 Nieskens, Dylan (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Havre) {Forfeit} (Score: 27-36)
285 Phipps, Mayson (Glasgow) defeated Thomas, Zale (Havre) {Fall 0:35} (Score: 33-36)
Final Score: 33 - 36

Glasgow vs Lincoln County
Dual Meet Summary

103 Adkins, Damon (Glasgow) defeated Lancaster, Blake (Eureka) {Fall 1:14} (Score: 6-0)
113 Kuka, Jake (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Eureka) {Forfeit} (Score: 12-0)
120 Conrad, Carson (Eureka) defeated Forfeit, (Glasgow) {Forfeit} (Score: 12-6)
126 Durden, Kyle (Eureka) defeated Boland, Dawson (Glasgow) {Fall 1:02} (Score: 12-12)
132 Pedersen, Shalynn (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Eureka) {Forfeit} (Score: 18-12)
138 Smith, Gunnar (Eureka) defeated Ost, Alex (Glasgow) {Fall 0:40} (Score: 18-18)
145 Nesbitt, Devon (Glasgow) defeated Decara, Caden (Eureka) {Fall 0:52} (Score: 24-18)
152 Fast, Colten (Glasgow) defeated Pettier, Dominic (Eureka) {Fall 0:11} (Score: 30-18)
160 Nesbitt, Damien (Glasgow) defeated Hume, Jason (Eureka) {Fall 2:19} (Score: 36-18)
170 Hallock, Kyler (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Eureka) {Forfeit} (Score: 42-18)
182 Larson, Cooper (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Eureka) {Forfeit} (Score: 48-18)
205 Nieskens, Dylan (Glasgow) defeated Fehr, Johnny (Eureka) {Fall 1:46} (Score: 54-18)
285 Phipps, Mayson (Glasgow) defeated Hume, Riley (Eureka) {Fall 3:21} (Score: 60-18)
Final Score: 60 - 18


Saturday Morning Sports Show Now Online

Sunday, January 10th 2021

Friday Night Girls Basketball Scores

Saturday, January 9th 2021

Baker 55, Wolf Point 50
Choteau 64, Shelby 48
Circle 45, Savage 16
Fairfield 48, Rocky Boy 23
Great Falls Central 60, Conrad 54
Havre 66, Miles City 8
Jefferson 49, Twin Bridges 25
Joliet 42, Shepherd 39
Jordan 40, Wibaux 33
Lewistown 39, Glendive 35
Lodge Grass 78, Huntley Project 34
Lustre Christian 47, Bainville 41
Nashua 64, Frazer 29
North Country 41, Scobey 36
Poplar 51, Fairview 27
Richey-Lambert 51, Brockton 8
Roundup 53, Columbus 47
Roy-Winifred 58, Dodson 24
Turner 68, Box Elder 58
Westby-Grenora 44, Culbertson 27


Friday Night Boys Basketball Scores

Saturday, January 9th 2021

Box Elder 70, Turner 56
Columbus 72, Roundup 37
Fairfield 62, Rocky Boy 51
Fairview 71, Poplar 48
Frenchtown 71, Florence-Carlton 40
Glendive 50, Lewistown 42
Havre 64, Miles City 51
Lodge Grass 66, Huntley Project 58
Lustre Christian 60, Bainville 48
Manhattan 53, Three Forks 51
Nashua 59, Frazer 48
Richey-Lambert 68, Brockton 32
Scobey 60, North Country 44
Shelby 79, Choteau 27
Shepherd 53, Joliet 41
Twin Bridges 61, Jefferson 57
Westby-Grenora 72, Culbertson 42
Wibaux 53, Jordan 42
Wolf Point 59, Baker 48


Scobey Girls Defeat Glasgow

Saturday, January 9th 2021

In Saturday night's girl's basketball game, Scobey defeated the Glasgow Scotties 33-29


Lustre Lady Lions Defeat Frazer 58-13

Saturday, January 9th 2021

The Lustre Lady Lions defeated the Lady Bearcubs in a girls' basketball game 58-13 on Saturday night.

Lustre 14-28-41-58
Frazer0-0-6-13


Scobey Boys defeat Glasgow

Saturday, January 9th 2021

In Saturday night's Boys high school basketball game Scobey defeated Glasgow 80 to 26


Lustre Boys Defeats Frazer 67-21

Saturday, January 9th 2021

The Lustre Lions boys basketball team defeated Frazer 67-21 on Saturday night.

Lustre 28-42-56-67
Frazer 4-14-20-21


Coaches Corner Now Online

Friday, January 8th 2021

Coaches Corner is now online for your listening pleasure. Stan Ozark talked with Scottie coaches for Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball and Wrestling.

https://soundcloud.com/stream


Nashua Girls Defeat Frazer

Friday, January 8th 2021

In Friday night's girl's basketball game, Nashua defeated Frazer 64-29


North Country Lady Mavericks defeat Scobey 41-36.

Friday, January 8th 2021

The North Country Lady Mavericks defeated Scobey 41-36 in a girls' basketball game in Hinsdale on Friday night. Wasson led all scorers with 14 pts. The Lady Spartans were led by Gracee Lekvold's 12 pts.

Scobey 2-13-25-36
North Country 8-16-28-41


Nashua Boys Defeat Frazer

Friday, January 8th 2021

In Friday night's boy's basketball game, Nashua defeated Frazer 59-48


North Country boys fall to Scobey 60-44

Friday, January 8th 2021

The North Country Mavericks fell the visiting Spartans 60-44 on Friday night.
Aidan Fishell led all scorers with 18 for the Spartans, while Simonson led the Mavericks with 13 pts.


Scobey 18-24-41-60
North Country 10-20-29-44



Reminder: Vouchers Needed To Attend Basketball Games In Hinsdale

Thursday, January 7th 2021

Hinsdale school would like to remind all North Country fans that a ticket voucher is needed to attend any basketball game in Hinsdale this season. Ticket Voucher Holders will still need to pay admission into each contest unless they hold a 2020-21 Activity Ticket.


Scottie Boys defeat North Country 54-47

Thursday, January 7th 2021

The Scottie boys defeated the visiting Mavericks 54-47 in tightly contested non-conference game on Thursday night. Kegan Skolrud led the Scotties with 23 points. Hunter Collinsworth added 10, and Trevor Klind added 8 for the Scotties.


Lady Mavericks defeat Lady Scotties 49-33.

Thursday, January 7th 2021

The Lady Mavericks defeated the Lady Scotties 49-33 in a girls basketball game in Glasgow on Thursday night.


North Country 24-28-37-49
Glasgow 11-18-28-33


Scottie Sports Schedule This Week

Monday, January 4th 2021

Scottie Basketball
Thursday
North Country at Glasgow
Game schedule:
JV Boys 3:30
JV Girls 5:00
V Boys 6:30
V Girls 8:00

Scottie Basketball
Saturday
Glasgow at Scobey
Game Schedule:
C Boys 12:30
JV Girls 2:00
JV Boys 3:30
V Girls 5:00
V Boys 6:30

Scottie Wrestling
Friday
HOME Triangular on Friday at Scottie Gymnasium—
Glasgow vs. Havre 4:00 PM
Havre vs. Glendive 5:15 PM
Glasgow vs. Glendive 6:30 PM

Saturday
Cut Bank Triangular Duals vs. Cut Bank AND Eureka. Duals start at 2:30 PM.


Scottie Wrestlers Win Both Dual Matches In Columbus

Saturday, January 2nd 2021

Glasgow vs Columbus / Absarokee / Park City
Dual Meet Summary
Glasgow defeats Columbus/Absarokee/Park City 48-27

103 Adkins, Damon (Glasgow) defeated Kornick, Seth (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) ===
{Fall 1:33} (Score: 6-0)

113 Zachary, Eli (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) defeated Forfeit, (Glasgow) === {Forfeit}
(Score: 6-6)

120 Kuka, Jake (Glasgow) defeated Gee, Zach (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) === {Fall
1:26} (Score: 12-6)

126 Williams, Guy (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) defeated Dawson Boland (Glasgow) ===
{Fall 5:17} (Score: 12-12)

132 Cook, Cooper (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) defeated Pedersen, Shalynn (Glasgow)
=== {Fall 0:38} (Score: 12-18)

138 Nelson, Degen (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) defeated Ost, Alex (Glasgow) === {Fall
0:58} (Score: 12-24)

145 Ellisson, Brady (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) defeated Donaldson, Mason (Glasgow)
=== {Decision 6-0} (Score: 12-27)

152 Nesbitt, Devon (Glasgow) defeated Bauingarter, Peyton (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City)
=== {Fall 3:58} (Score: 18-27)

160 Nesbitt, Damien (Glasgow) defeated Johannes, Trey (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City)
=== {Fall 5:30} (Score: 24-27)

170 Hallock, Kyler (Glasgow) defeated Coleman, Colby (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) ===
{Fall 1:05} (Score: 30-27)

182 Larson, Cooper (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) === {Forfeit}
(Score: 36-27)

205 Nieskens, Dylan (Glasgow) defeated Fitch, Dominic (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) ===
{Fall 1:03} (Score: 42-27)

285 Phipps, Mayson (Glasgow) defeated Short, Ethan (Columbus / Absarokee / Park City) ===
{Fall 0:40} (Score: 48-27)

Glasgow vs Huntley Project
Dual Meet Summary
Glasgow defeats Huntley Project 33-29

103 Adkins, Damon (Glasgow) defeated Forfeit (Huntley Project) === {Forfeit} (Score: 6-0)

113 Nedens, Gavin (Huntley Project) defeated Forfeit, (Glasgow) === {Forfeit} (Score: 6-6)

120 Lane, Cooper (Huntley Project) defeated Kuka, Jake (Glasgow) === {Tech Fall 17-2}
(Score: 6-11)

126 Broadus, Eli (Huntley Project) defeated Dawson Boland (Glasgow) === {Decision 4-2}
(Score: 6-14)

132 Pedersen, Shalynn (Glasgow) defeated Donally, Gretchen (Huntley Project) === {Fall 4:04}
(Score: 12-14)

138 Christman, Ashton (Huntley Project) defeated Ost, Alex (Glasgow) === {Decision 10-5}
(Score: 12-17)

145 Donaldson, Mason (Glasgow) defeated Vonohansen, Hayden (Huntley Project) === {Fall
0:38} (Score: 18-17)

152 Sholley, Garrett (Huntley Project) defeated Nesbitt, Devon (Glasgow) === {Fall 1:57} (Score:
18-23)

160 Linden, Wylee (Huntley Project) defeated Nesbitt, Damien (Glasgow) === {Decision 5-4}
(Score: 18-26)

170 Hallock, Kyler (Glasgow) defeated Lovendge, Will (Huntley Project) === {Decision 7-2}
(Score: 21-26)

182 Selman, Stran (Huntley Project) defeated Larson, Cooper (Glasgow) === {Decision 9-5}
(Score: 21-29)

205 Nieskens, Dylan (Glasgow) defeated Buchanan, Cade (Huntley Project) === {Fall 2:32}
(Score: 27-29)

285 Mayson Phipps (Glasgow) defeated Oblander, Gunnar (Huntley Project) === {Fall 0:40}
(Score: 33-29)

Final Score: 33 - 29



Scottie Boys Fall To Malta 57-40

Saturday, January 2nd 2021

The Scottie boys fell to the visiting Mustangs 57-40 on Saturday night, in the season opener for both squads.

Malta's Cooper Oxarart led all scorers with 15 points. Keegan Skolrud led Glasgow with 13; Bergen Miller and Hunter Collinsworth each added nine.

Glasgow will next host North Country on Thursday, January 7th.

Malta 19 - 28 - 50 - 57
Glasgow 10 - 20 - 30 - 40


M'Ettes defeat Lady Scotties 55-38

Saturday, January 2nd 2021

The Malta M'Ettes defeated the Lady Scotties on Saturday night, 55-38. Kylie Hunter led all scorers with 14 points. Abrianna Nielsen led Glasgow with 13, while Tyann Graham added ten points.

Malta 18 - 29 - 38 - 55
Glasgow 7 - 17 - 27 - 38

Glasgow hosts North Country on Thursday night.


North Country Girls Defeat Plentywood

Saturday, January 2nd 2021

In Saturday's Class C Game of the week, the North Country girls defeated Plentywood 45-32.


North Country Boys Defeat Plentywood

Saturday, January 2nd 2021

In Saturday's Class C Game of the week, the North Country boys defeated Plentywood 45-43.


Sports On The Radio This Week

Wednesday, December 30th 2020

Wednesday on KLTZ
2 p.m. Winter Sports Preview

Saturday on KLTZ
North Country at Plentywood
Girls at 4 p.m. Boys at 5:30 p.m.

Saturday on Mix-93
Malta at Glasgow
Boys at 6 p.m. Girls at 7:30 p.m.


Spectator Policy Released For Glasgow High School Events At Scottie Gymnasium

Tuesday, December 29th 2020

For Immediate Release: For all High School Basketball and Wrestling competition at Scottie Gymnasium this season (or until further notice) the spectator policy will be as follows:

Glasgow (Home Team):
6 Ticket Vouchers -- Per Uniformed Athlete
4 Ticket Vouchers -- Per Coach, Student Manager, or Cheerleader
2 Ticket Vouchers -- Per Pep Band Member (when performing)
ALL 9th-12th Grade students are admitted without a ticket voucher. No limit on the High School Student Section.
ALL kids under Grade 9 must have a Ticket Voucher in order to attend the athletic event.
Visiting Team(s):
4 Ticket Vouchers -- Per Uniformed Athlete
2 Ticket Vouchers -- Per Coach or Student Manager
No Visiting Cheerleaders or Pep Band will be admitted.
ALL visiting fans must have a ticket voucher in order to attend the athletic event. (including visiting High School students).

A ticket voucher does NOT equate to free admittance! Voucher holders will need to pay admission ($7 Adult / $5 Student) or have purchased an activity ticket for the 2020-21 school year.

If you are wanting to attend events this winter please reach out to an athlete or their family ASAP to secure possible vouchers for particular date(s).


History Of Scottie Players In Montana East-West Shrine Football Game

Sunday, December 27th 2020

Information from www.scottiepride.com

Every year since 1947, Montana high schools’ finest football players have been selected to compete in a game to raise money and to help make the public aware of the Shriner’s Hospital in Spokane, Washington. Montana’s version of the “Shrine Game” is one of the oldest running high school All-Star football games in the United States. It takes place every July and pits the best players in Eastern Montana vs. the best players in Western Montana. 2017 will mark the 71st Annual Montana East-West Shrine Game. The Scotties have had many selections over the years. Those that have been selected to participate in the game as a player or a coach are listed below. The list does NOT include those that have been selected as alternates for the team over the years:

1948 – Garth Maag
1953 – Jerry Luckman
1954 – Tom Farrell
1955 – Don DeDobbeleer, Darrell Hueth
1959 – Robert “Tiny” Carson, Coach-Darrell Hueth
1961 – Dick Hueth
1962 – Don Hanson
1963 – John Zavalney (Officials, Dan Freund and Dan Radakovich)
1964 – Robert Dobrovolny
1965 – Dennis Hueth, Steve Rundle, Coach-Dick Hueth
1966 – Roy Robinson, Ted Schye
1967 – Steve Grobel, Dick House
1968 – Curt Brandon, Mike Tolstedt
1970 – Mike Radakovich
1974 – George Rahlf
1975 – Mike Edwards, Steve Sukut
1976 – Scott Sukut
1977 – Dennis Sulser
1978 – Ed Boos
1979 – Allen Dassonville, Dean Vegge, Greg Vold
1980 – Bill Connors, Joe Long, David Pidwerbecki, Coach-Arvid Grier, Coach-Pat Petrino
1981 – Bob Connors+++, Steve Fossum, Tony Stein
1983 – Dan Bilbruck
1984 – Ted Connors, Gil Johnson, Mike Liebelt, Coach-Pat Dolan
1985 – John McNeilly
1986 – Mark Sulser
1987 – Tim Connors, Rick Erps, Chip Halverson, Greg Liebelt, Robert Martin, Coach-Pat Petrino
1989 – Darcy Boos
1990 – Nathan Allie, Rodney Hopkins, Brent Swenson, Coach-Pat Petrino, Coach-Rick Carriger
1991 – Dave Jacobson
1993 – Marc Bragg, Nathan Miller, Chad Philippi
1994 – Scott Molvig
1997 – Luke Hopstad +
1998 – Joe Petrino
2000 – Jay Green, Nate Molstad +
2004 – Tyler Edwards
2009 – Evan Etchart*, Myles Kittleson
2010 – Drew Croy
2014 – Luke Gunderson, Jon Koessl +
2015 – Chase Fossum
2017 – Benji Phillips +
2021 – Mayson Phipps

+++ = Named Most Outstanding Player of the Game
+ = Did not participate


Phipps, Nieskens Named To Shrine Game Roster

Saturday, December 26th 2020

Glasgow standouts Mayson Phipps and Dylan Nieskens have been named to the 2021 Shrine Game roster.

Phipps will play on the defensive line for the East team, while Nieskens was name as an alternate at inside linebacker.

The game is scheduled for June 19th in Billings.

Other conference athletes named to the roster:

Wide Receiver: Gavin Mills, Fairfield
Offensive Guard: Pierce Mortenson, Malta
Center: Kolter Bouma, Fairfield
Safety: Conor Murray, Fairfield

Alternates:
Defensive End: Beau Simonson, Malta


Scottie Red And White Basketball Scrimmages Set For Tuesday

Sunday, December 20th 2020

The Scottie Basketball Red and White Scrimmages will be held at Scottie Gymnasium on Tuesday Dec. 22nd at 5:00 PM. There will be NO spectators at this year’s scrimmages.
Both the Boys and Girls Scrimmages will be broadcast LIVE on the NFHS Network.


GRD Women's Basketball Champions

Friday, December 18th 2020

Left to Right: Tammany Tonneson, Cori Love, Allyson Wilson, Whitney Molina, Kelcey Knaff, Marisa Collins, Hannah Barras, Sacarra Molina


GRD
Women’s Basketball League

Wednesday, December 16th 2020

Basket Brawlers/Dinks def. Benchwarmers 58-47
High Scorers:
Basket Brawlers/Dinks – Sacarra Molina – 20
Benchwarmers – Rachel Ryan – 21

Championship Game
Basket Brawlers/Dinks def. North Bench Livestock/Border Runners 47-13
High Scorers:
Basket Brawlers/Dinks – Sacarra Molina – 18
North Bench Livestock/Border Runners – Shawni Stenglein – 9


Final Standings
North Bench Livestock/Border Runners 4-1
Benchwarmers 3-2
Basket Brawlers/Dinks 1-4


Loden Idler Signs To Play College Football At DSU

Wednesday, December 16th 2020

Another Glasgow Scottie has signed to play football at the collegiate level. Loden Idler will continue his education and athletic career at Dickinson State University. Idler, who is a student at Hinsdale High School played for the Glasgow-Hinsdale-Nashua co-op football team. Idler was an All-State athlete for the Scottie football team that made it to the state semi-finals for Class B Football.

The 4th Scottie Football player to sign a letter of intent to play college Football next fall.
Congrats Loden!


GRD Men's Basketball Scoreboard

Monday, December 14th 2020

GRD
Men’s Basketball League Scores 2020-21

Tuesday, December 8th 2020

Robyn’s Nest def. FCB 95-46
High Scorers:
Robyn’s Nest – Wyatt Pattison – 32
FCB – Collin Radakovich – 23

Tuesday, December 10th 2020

Nutrien Ag Solutions def. FCB 70-63
High Scorers:
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Alec Boland – 15
FCB – Collin Radakovich – 18


League Standings
Nutrien Ag Solutions 5-0
Robyn’s Nest 2-2
FCB 0-5

Games Next Week:

Tuesday, December 15th 2020

6:30PM Nutrien Ag Solutions vs. Robyn’s Nest


Thursday, December 17th 2020

6:30PM FCB vs. Robyn’s Nest


Glasgow AAU Wrestling Club Sign-ups Are This Weekend

Saturday, December 12th 2020

There will be Glasgow AAU Wrestling Club sign-ups at the Glasgow Wrestling Center on Thompson Drive. This will take place Sat. Dec. 12th & Sun. Dec. 13th with 1st time wrestlers from 12 – 2p.m. & returning wrestlers from 2 – 4p.m. both days. Sign-ups are for any child age 4 – 18. First time wrestlers please bring a copy of your State issued birth certificate. Any questions please call Brady Flaten, 228-2896.


Glasgow Scottie Wrestling Schedule

Wednesday, December 9th 2020


Glasgow Scottie Basketball Schedule

Wednesday, December 9th 2020


First Day Of Practice For Winter Sports

Tuesday, December 8th 2020

Monday was the first day of practice for Wrestling, Girls Basketball and Boys Basketball. The Glasgow Scottie teams are preparing for the first competition on January 2nd.

Jory Casterline in his 7th year leading the Scottie Wrestling Program will guide a talented team that looks to defend their state title from last season. 17 wrestlers were competing on the first day of practice.

Paul Yoakam is back for his 2nd year leading the Scottie Boys Basketball Program and has 22 players on his roster after the first day of practice.

Travis Nielsen is returning for his 5th year guiding the Scottie Girls Basketball Program and has 21 girls competing after the first day of practice.


GRD Men's Basketball Scores

Monday, December 7th 2020

GRD
Men’s Basketball League Scores 2020-21

Tuesday, December 1st 2020

Nutrien Ag Solutions def. FCB via forfeit

Tuesday, December 3rd 2020

Nutrien Ag Solutions def. Robyn’s Nest 60-48
High Scorers:
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Bryan Larson – 23
Robyn’s Nest – Luke Johnson – 14


League Standings
Nutrien Ag Solutions 4-0
Robyn’s Nest 1-2
FCB 0-3

Games Next Week:

Tuesday, December 8th 2020

6:30PM FCB vs. Robyn’s Nest


Thursday, December 10th 2020

6:30PM Nutrien Ag Solutions vs. FCB


Havre Check Station Results

Monday, December 7th 2020

HAVRE- The final results are in from the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Havre check station for the 2020 hunting season. The check station was open for eight weekends from Oct. 10 (the open of general antelope) through Nov. 29 (the end of the deer/elk general season). Overall, hunter numbers were just above average this year and mule deer harvest was well above average. Other big game and upland bird harvests were below long-term average, but compared to the last few years, most hunters reported that it was a good year for almost all species.

Biologists gather a lot of valuable information and biological data on game animals brought through check stations. FWP appreciates all hunters’ cooperation in this effort. Note that the harvest data described below includes only animals that were brought through the Havre check station and is only a partial representation of the region-wide harvest.

Hunter numbers (1,777) were up 2% from 2019, and 5% above the long-term average. Havre-area biologist Scott Hemmer, who manages the station, noted that “Hunter participation was highly variable this year. There was lower than average participation during the first half of the season, and much higher participation during the last three weeks. Most of this was likely due to tough weather conditions during the beginning of the general season.”

“Deer hunter reports on their hunting experience and success were good this year,” noted Hemmer. “In fact, we had highest number of mule deer ever checked.”

Mule deer totaled 782 for the year, which was up 15% from last year and 53% above the long-term average.

“The increased mule deer B-licenses issued this year likely contributed to the higher mule deer harvest,” said Hemmer. “Additionally, mule deer populations are up across the region. We also had the highest number of bucks ever recorded at the check station this year.”
For the year, 149 white-tailed deer were brought by the station, which was 35% higher than 2019, but still 3% below the long-term average.

“Hunters reported seeing good white-tailed deer numbers in most areas, despite EHD outbreaks scattered across the region,” Hemmer noted.

Antelope harvest, whose general season ended on Nov. 8, saw the highest numbers since 2010 but was still 37% below the long-term average. 164 antelope were brought by the check station this year, which was more than double the 2019 numbers.

“Antelope populations and license quotas in many districts have both been on an upward trend but are still below the long-term average due in part to several severe winters in the last 10 years,” said Hemmer. “In addition, antelope hunter reports were highly variable depending on location, and this may have been due to antelope moving and concentrating earlier this year due to early fall snowstorms.”

For the year, 37 elk were charted, which is above last year and 6% below the long-term average.
“Reports from elk hunters this year were less favorable,” noted Hemmer. “Difficult weather limited hunter access in some areas and other hunters reported difficulty in finding elk on publicly accessible property.”

Upland bird harvest this year was below average, though hunters reported better numbers than they had seen in the last three years. For the eight weeks that the check station was open, the pheasant harvest of 467 birds is slightly below last year (7%), and still below the long-term average (-41%). Sharp-tailed grouse (97 birds) harvest was well above last year’s total, but about 20% below the long-term average. Hungarian partridge harvest (30 birds) was a few more than last year but about half of the long-term average.

“Overall, it appeared to be a good season for hunters this year,” said Hemmer. “We sure appreciate and enjoy visiting with the hunters that come by the check station, and it’s great to hear stories about a successful hunt. Thanks for stopping by!”


Pioneer League Baseball to Stay in Montana

Tuesday, December 1st 2020

(U.S. Senate) – U.S. Senator Jon Tester today announced an agreement between Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Pioneer League to keep Montana’s baseball clubs in Billings, Great Falls, and Missoula in Montana.

“Big Sky Country is professional baseball country, which is why I am pleased to announce that I successfully worked with MLB and our minor league teams to keep America’s favorite pastime in Montana,” said Tester. “The roots of our Pioneer League clubs run deep, and I’m going to keep working to strengthen MLB’s relationship with our state so that baseball will continue to thrive in our communities and across rural America.”

Under the agreement, the Pioneer League has been designated a “Partner League” of MLB. Starting in 2021, the Pioneer League will transition from affiliated status to an independent professional MLB Partner League that continues to provide high-quality baseball to the states of Montana, Idaho, Utah and Colorado. All eight members of the Pioneer League—including the Billings Mustangs, the Great Falls Voyagers, and the Missoula Paddleheads— will continue participating in the league and will maintain their existing team names and brands.

As a Partner League, the Pioneer League will collaborate with MLB on initiatives to provide organized baseball to communities throughout the Western U.S. and Canada. MLB will provide initial funding for the league’s operating expenses, as well as install scouting technology in Pioneer League ballparks to provide MLB Clubs with first-class scouting information on Pioneer League players. The agreement will also include a procedure for player transfers to MLB Clubs. The Leagues also will explore joint marketing, ticketing and fan engagement opportunities.

Tester has fought hard to keep baseball in Montana, and he was slated to host a meeting with MLB executives in Montana before the COVID-19 outbreak. Recently, he urged MLB Commissioner Robert Manfred to maintain and expand the Pioneer League in Montana, outlining the positive impact of Montana’s Minor League teams have on their communities and local economies. He also urged MLB not to abandon Montana and met with Deputy MLB Commissioner of Baseball Administration Dan Halem to discuss the League’s proposal. Tester, a Montreal Expos—and later, Washington Nationals—fan since the 1980s, would watch games broadcast from Canada after long days working on his farm in Big Sandy.

Montana is one of only two states that does not have a single major league professional sports team, nor does it border a state that has a major league professional sports team. Montana’s Pioneer League ball clubs build connections between Treasure State communities and baseball, and dozens of small businesses invest in marketing with Montana’s teams to support the franchises and grow their customer bases.


Montana Tech Suspends Men's And Women's Basketball For 2 Weeks Due To COVID-19

Tuesday, December 1st 2020

BILLINGS (AP) — Montana Tech announced Monday it was suspending activities for its men's and women's basketball teams after players tested positive for COVID-19, as the virus that causes the respiratory disease continues to spread among students of all ages in the state.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Montana colleges and universities more than doubled, to at least 2,375 cases, during a one-month period ending Nov. 20, according a report from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services released Friday.

Montana Tech announced Monday it was suspending activities for its men's and women's basketball teams after players tested positive for COVID-19.

Confirmed cases among K-12 schools followed a similar upward trajectory during the month-long period, increasing from 1,033 students in late October to 2,263 students confirmed with COVID-19 by late November, the report said. Positive tests among teachers and other staff also more than doubled, to 909 cases.

Montana State University in Bozeman has the highest count of any school in the state, with 1,289 cases, according to the report.

The basketball team suspensions at Montana Tech will last for at least two weeks, said Associate Athletic Director Nick Bowsher. Games will be postponed for the women's team through Dec. 12 and for the men's team through Dec. 13. The school has seen 157 reported cases of the virus.


Men's College Basketball

Sunday, November 29th 2020

Men's basketball

Wyoming 97, Mississippi Valley State 61

MVSU 26 35 — 61
Wyoming 57 40 — 97
Mississippi Valley State: Kam'Ron Cunningham 24, Terry Collins 13, Alexander Perry 7, Caleb Hunter 6, Treylan Smith 7, Devin Gordon 4.

Wyoming: Hunter Thompson 25, Marcus Williams 20, Drake Jeffries 19, Hunter Maldonado 10, Jeremiah Oden 5, Eoin Nelson 9, LaMont Drew 5, Xavier DuSell 4.

USC 76, Montana 62

Montana 25 37 — 62
USC 44 32 — 76

Montana (0-1): Michael Steadman 7, Eddy Egun 3, Cameron Parker 4, Josh Bannan 13, Derrick Carter-Hollinger 5, Kyle Owens 11, Brandon Whitney 17, Cameron Satterwhite 2.

USC (2-0): Drew Peterson 13, Tahj Eaddy 4, Ethan Anderson 9, Isaiah Mobley 6, Evan Mobley 11, Chevez Goodwin 8, Boubacar Coulibaly 6, Isaiah White 10, Noah Bauman 3, Max Agbonkpolo 6.


Mick Holien, the former voice of the Montana Grizzlies has passed away

Sunday, November 29th 2020

Story from www.krtv.com

The former voice of the Montana Grizzlies, Mick Holien, has passed away.

Holien was the familiar sound you would hear coming through the radio as a Griz football or basketball fan for 31 memorable years.

Holien had truly been the voice of a generation as he was there for the lowest and highest points. From the football team's first national title in 1995 to the men's basketball team upsetting Nevada in 2006, Mick has been there for it all.

"He absolutely lived and breathed Montana Grizzly sports and athletics," said Mick's coworker Scott Gurnsey. "He was one of the most passionate, well spoke, wore his heart on his sleeve guy that you could ever be around."

Gurnsey and Holien called Griz football games together for over 15 years.

"He made it so easy for just the laymen to listen to a game and understand it," said Gurnsey.

And that's exactly what Holien was able to do. For 31 years he slowly grew tighter and tighter with the community as a familiar voice, but those who were able to meet Mick in person, know how special he was off the call as well.

"It didn't matter who you were, if you were a four-year-old little kid or an old-timer, he had time for you," said Gurnsey. "He was forever the MC at so many fundraisers and donation type deals. He loved doing that stuff, he never said no and was definitely tremendous in his philanthropy. Not so much with monetary things, but with giving his time to this cause and that cause, he was always there to lend a hand."


Women's College Basketball Scores

Saturday, November 28th 2020

Women's basketball

Carroll College 69, Valley City State 32

Valley City State (N.D.) 4 9 7 12 — 32
Carroll College 18 26 9 16 — 69

Valley City State (N.D.): Allie Critchley 6, Maara Nelson 4, Adriana Torres 1, Emma Nielsen 5, Macy Kvilvang 3, Andranae Powns 3, Dani Schwanke 5, Taryn Dieterle 4, Niea Ulmer 1.

Carroll College: Jamie Pickens 19, Danielle Wagner 7, Christine Denny 8, Kamden Hilborn 11, Sienna Swannack 10, Rakiah Grende 2, Jaidyn Lyman 2, Genesis Wilkinson 5, Erica Nessan 2, Kyle Olson 2, Molly McDermott 1.

L-C State 75, MSU-Northern 66

L-C State 21 21 19 14 — 75
MSU-Northern 16 22 6 22 — 66


Lewis-Clark State: Abbie Johnson 12, Kiara Burlage 16, Peyton Souvenir 3, Abby Farmer 15, Jansen Edmiston 17, Rachel Schroeder 3, Madeline Weaver 3, Hannah Broyles 2, Heidi Sellman 4.

Montana State-Northern: Ryley Kehr 8, Sydney Hovde 8, Allix Goldhahn 14, Mckenzie Gunter 14, Peyton Kehr 6, L'Tia Lawrence 14, Cameron Mooney 2.


Men's College Basketball Score

Saturday, November 28th 2020

Men's basketball

College of Idaho 79, Montana Tech 70

College of Idaho 42 37 — 79
Montana Tech 46 24 — 70

College of Idaho (0-0): Jalen Galloway 21, Connor Desaulniers 10, Ivory Miles-Williams 13, Derek Wadsworth 5, Ricardo Time 9, Elijah Jackson 6, Charles Elzie 2, Johnny Radford 11, Otto Taylor 2.

Montana Tech (0-1): Taylor England 22, Cody Baumstarck 5, Sindou Diallo 18, Drew Huse 2, Camdym Larance 5, Keeley Bake 3, Bridger Larson 7, Derrius Collins 8.


GHS Activities Director Brenner Flaten Discusses Plans For Wrestling And Basketball

Friday, November 27th 2020

The winter sports season will look dramatically different for the 2020-2021 season. GHS Activities Director discusses the addition of girls wrestling to the athletic program, the challenge of scheduling Scottie Wrestling with no big tournaments allowed, and the basketball season being shortened by 2 games. Brenner also talks about the postseason and what that will look like for basketball and wrestling.

https://soundcloud.com/kltz-glasgow/kltz-lubs-11-25-brenner-flaten


Dylan Nieskens Signs To Play Football For Carroll College

Wednesday, November 25th 2020

Glasgow High School Student-Athlete Dylan Nieskens has committed to play college football at Carroll College in Helena. Nieskens made the announcement in a Twitter post on Tuesday saying he is excited to announced he with continue his academic and football career with Carroll College.

Nieskens is a 2-time All-State Football Player for the Scotties and a 2-time State Champion Wrestler who will be going for his 3rd championship this winter.


GRD Men's Basketball League Scores

Tuesday, November 24th 2020

GRD
Men’s Basketball League Scores 2020-21

Tuesday, November 17th 2020

Nutrien Ag Solutions def. FCB 81-45
High Scorers:
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Bryan Larson – 20
FCB – Cody Odom – 12
Trevor Waarvik – 12


Thursday, November 19th 2020

Nutrien Ag Solutions def. Robyn’s Nest 53-47
High Scorers:
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Mechiah Zilkoski – 19
Robyn’s Nest – Lane Nickels – 17


League Standings
Nutrien Ag Solutions 2-0
Robyn’s Nest 0-1
FCB 0-1

Game Next Week:

Tuesday, November 24th 2020

6:30PM FCB vs. Robyn’s Nest


No game on November 26th, 2020
Happy Thanksgiving!


GRD Women's Basketball League

Tuesday, November 24th 2020

GRD
Women’s Basketball League

Wednesday, November 18th 2020

North Bench Livestock/Border Runners def. Basket Brawlers/Dinks 61-33
High Scorers:
North Bench Livestock/Border Runners – Shawni Stenglein – 40
Basket Brawlers/Dinks – Sacarra Molina – 11


League Standings
North Bench Livestock/Border Runners 3-0
Benchwarmers 2-1
Basket Brawlers/Dinks 0-3

Game Next Week:

Wednesday, November 24th 2020

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


Northern B All-Conference Football Selections Announced

Sunday, November 22nd 2020

Congratulations to Scottie Seniors; Loden Idler, Dylan Nieskens, and Mayson Phipps on being selected Class B All State in Football.

Since the Scotties moved to Class B in 1992; Mayson Phipps becomes our first player to be selected All State three times in his High School Career.

Scottie Football puts 6 players on the Northern B All-Conference Team. Congratulations to Jesse Lee, Dylan Nieskens, Cooper Larson, Colten Fast, Mayson Phipps, & Loden Idler!

Mayson Phipps, Dylan Nieskens, & Loden Idler have been selected to the Class B All Star Game. The game is scheduled to be played in Billings this coming June.


Manhattan Wins State B Championship With 23-6 Win Over Fairfield

Sunday, November 22nd 2020

After spending the first several decades of its existence without a title, Manhattan finally finished first in the Class B ranks. The top-ranked Tigers beat No. 3 Fairfield 23-6 Saturday afternoon to complete a 12-0 season.

Manhattan reached its first state title game a year ago and lost 20-6 to Eureka. The defeat “left a sour taste in our mouths,” said Manhattan coach Chris Grabowska, but the Tigers knew they would be good again, considering all of their returning talent.

Senior Quarterback Caden Holgate finished 6 of 11 for 90 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.

Corban Johnson caught two passes for 68 yards, and senior Toby Veltkamp rushed 10 times for 84 yards. Manhattan’s defense held the Eagles to 116 yards, the bulk of which were accrued on their lone scoring drive.

Fairfield finished the season with a record of 8-2.


Flint Creek Defeats Scobey 44-6 To Win 8-Man Football Championship

Sunday, November 22nd 2020

Flint Creek defeated Scobey 44-6 to win the state 8-Man Football championship on Saturday in Drummond. Flint Creek finished with a perfect 12-0 record for their third state championship in four years.

DRUMMOND-PHILIPSBURG 44, SCOBEY 6

DP — Cutler 9 run (pass failed)

SCO — Oie 16 pass from Tande (pass failed)

DP — Avery Metesh 52 interception return (Preston Metesh run)

DP — Cutler 67 kickoff return (run failed)

DP — Cutler 3 run (Preston Metesh pass from Cutler)

DP — Preston Metesh 30 run (Cutler run)

DP — Preston Metesh 12 run (Cutler pass from Graeff)


Missoula Sentinel Wins AA Football Championship

Saturday, November 21st 2020

The State AA Football Championship goes to the Missoula Sentinel Spartans, who outlasted the No. 2 Billings West Bears 24-15 Friday at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium for their first Class AA football championship since 1972.

Sentinel quarterback Dayton Bay threw three touchdown passes, two to Zach Crews, and Camden Dirnberger added a 21-yard field goal to help end the long Sentinel drought. TJ Raush also caught a touchdown pass for Sentinel, which finished its season 10-0.

Two other state championship football games are set in Montana today:

Class B Championship:

Manhattan at Fairfield 1pm

Class C 8-Man Championship

Scobey at Flint Creek played at Drummond 1pm