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Men’s Basketball League Scores

Tuesday, November 22nd 2022

GRD
Men’s Basketball League Scores 2022-23
Tuesday & Thursday, November 15th & 17th 2022
Tuesday
6:30PM Dinks def. Hi-Line Eye Care via forfeit

7:45PM Nutrien Ag Solutions def. Neufeld Farms 56-51
High Scorers
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Corbin Lonebear – 16
Neufeld Farms – Reuben Garner – 15

9:00PM Opportunity Bank def. RezCats via forfeit

Thursday
6:30PM Nutrien Ag Solutions def. Hi-Line Eye Care 65-49
High Scorers
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Kale Love – 25
Hi-Line Eye Care – Pat Menge – 21

7:45PM Neufeld Farms def. RezCats 77-62
High Scorers
Neufeld Farms – Zach Brown – 26
RezCats – Corbin Lonebear – 18

9:00PM Dinks def. Opportunity Bank 44-40
High Scorers
Dinks – Jake Page – 11
Opportunity Bank – Cody Odom – 9

League Standings
Nutrien Ag Solutions 2-0
Dinks 2-0
Opportunity Bank 1-1
Neufeld Farms 1-1
RezCats 0-2
Hi-Line Eye Care 0-2

Up-Coming Games: Tuesday, November 22nd 2022

6:30PM Nutrien Ag Solutions vs Dinks

7:45PM Neufeld Farms vs Opportunity Bank

9:00PM Hi-Line Eye Care vs RezCats


Both Cats And Griz Make Postseason

Monday, November 21st 2022

(406montanasports.com)
BOZEMAN — Montana State received the No. 4 seed in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, the FCS announced Sunday.

The Bobcats (10-1) are behind top-seeded South Dakota State, No. 2 Sacramento State and No. 3 North Dakota State. MSU was seeded fourth despite being ranked third in the Stats Perform and coaches polls going into Saturday's Brawl of the Wild, which it won 55-21 over rival Montana. NDSU is No. 4 in both rankings.

The Cats will get a first-round bye and host a second-round game on Dec. 3. The winner of this Saturday's first-round game between No. 16-ranked North Dakota and No. 7 Weber State will travel to Bozeman the following week. MSU beat Weber 43-38 at Bobcat Stadium on Oct. 22.

The Griz will host Ohio Valley Conference champions Southeast Missouri State at 8 p.m. Saturday.

They'll be on national television for the second time this season; ESPN2 has picked up their game and will be in Missoula for the first-round Thanksgiving weekend matchup.


Scottie Schedules

Monday, November 21st 2022

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Saturday Nov. 26th -- HS BBB/GBB Red & White Games 12:00 PM
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Thursday Dec. 1st -- MS WR @ Poplar Invitational
Thursday Dec. 1st-3rd -- National JAG Leadership Conference (JMG) @ Washington DC
Friday Dec. 2nd -- HS BBB/GBB @ Wolf Point
Friday Dec. 2nd-3rd -- HS WR @ 36th Annual Sidney Eagle Invitational
Friday Dec. 2nd-3rd -- 10th Annual Class C Showcase @ Scottie Gymnasium 9:00 AM
Saturday Dec. 3rd -- MS WR @ Malta Invitational
Saturday Dec. 3rd -- S/D @ Shepherd Invitational
Saturday Dec. 3rd -- MS GBB @ Poplar Jamboree
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Tuesday Dec. 6th -- C/JV BBB/GBB vs. Malta 3:00 PM
Thursday Dec. 8th -- MS / HS JV WR @ Wolf Point Invitational
Friday Dec. 9th -- C/JV BBB/GBB @ Nashua
Friday Dec. 9th-10th -- HS V BBB/GBB @ Woodden Memorial Tournament in Red Lodge
Friday Dec. 9th-10th -- 27th Annual Scottie Wrestling Invitational 12:00 PM
Saturday Dec. 10th -- MS WR @ Sidney Invitational
Saturday Dec. 10th -- NE MS GBB District Tournament @ Malta
Saturday Dec. 10th -- S/D @ Malta Invitational


Montana High School Football Championship Game Results

Sunday, November 20th 2022

AA Championship
Helena Capital 35, Bozeman 14

A Championship
Lewistown 34, Billings Central 14

B Championship
Florence 48, Missoula Loyola 7

C 8-Man Championship
Belt 52, St. Ignatius 24

C 6-Man Championship
Big Sandy 67, Broadview-Lavina 27


Dickinson State Falls To Northwestern College In First Round Of NAIA Football Playoffs

Sunday, November 20th 2022

The Dickinson State football team was held to a season low 206 yards on offense, including just 25 on the ground, as they fell, 49-7, to #3 Northwestern College in the first round of the NAIA Football Championship Series. Dickinson State will finish their season with an 8-3 record.

The first quarter saw the Red Raiders flex their strength, not allowing a single first down, and scoring on all three of their drives in the quarter to take 21-0 lead on a 47-yard touchdown pass with 1:25 left. A strong wind blowing in favor of NWC played a huge factor in the opening 15 minutes, setting up the Red Raiders with advantageous field position after each DSU punt.

In the second quarter, Northwestern started their drive from the DSU 9 after a bad punt to end the first quarter by the Blue Hawks and cashed in two plays later to make it 28-0 NWC. On the next Blue Hawk possesion, Aaron White found Noah Sickler on a 35-yard pass downfield, gaining DSU a first down for the first time. Two completions to Conor McCarvel got the Blue Hawks to the NWC 24. Forced to go for it on fourth down by the score, the Blue Hawks used a rush by Braden Zuroff on 4th-and-1, but the NWC defense answered the call again forcing the stop and earning the turnover on downs. The hosts made it five straight possessions with a touchdown on a 44-yard QB keeper to make it 35-0 NWC with 7:37 left in the half. After a circus interception ended the Blue Hawk's next drive, JaQuawhann Booth got the ball right back, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Matt Anderson at the NWC 38. Dickinson State was able to turn the short field into points when White found Kaden Kuntz in the corner of the endzone on first down from the 10-yard line to cut the Red Raider lead to 35-7.

Unfortunately, that was all DSU could muster as Northwestern held the Blue Hawks scoreless in the second half and added two more touchdowns for the final tally, 49-7. A few bright spots for the Blue Hawks came when senior Krew Mathern secured his 54th career tackle for loss late in the third quarter, securing the Dickinson State career record. After setting the single season record with 17.5 last week, Mathern watched his teammate, JaQuawhann Booth, break that record when he secured 3.5 TFL bringing his season total to 19, .5 more than Mathern.

For the game, White went 16-29 for 163 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Darion Brown led the Blue Hawk rushing attack with 20 yards on eight carries. Kaden Kuntz led the DSU receivers, catching five passes for 64 yards and a score, while Isaiah Kludt also caught five passes for 56 yards in his final game as a Blue Hawk.


Big Sky Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, November 20th 2022

Montana State 55, Montana 21
Weber State 33, Northern Arizona 31
Idaho 38, Idaho State 7
Eastern Washington 45, Northern Colorado 21
Sacramento State 27, UC Davis 21
Cal Poly 49, Portland State 42


NAIA Football Playoff Results

Sunday, November 20th 2022

The NAIA Football Championship Series saw First Round action completed on Saturday as seven of the eight higher seeds were victorious. Six of the eight teams still fighting for the Red Banner reached the Quarterfinal Round in 2021, with Indiana Wesleyan and Benedictine (Kan.) the two new institutions in the mix.

No. 1 Morningside (Iowa) 35, No. 16 Arizona Christian 18

Reigning champions were out of the gates hot with 21 first quarter points; after ACU cut it to 21-18, the Mustangs pulled away with two more touchdowns
Ryan Cole carried the rock 44 times for 208 yards for Morningside, playing without star QB Joe Dolincheck
Tyler Duncan tossed a pair of scores through the air for the Firestorm, totaling 199 yards

No. 2 Grand View (Iowa) 17, No. 15 Carroll (Mont.) 14

The Vikings controlled the game as a late score by the Fighting Saints narrowed it from a 10 point lead
Johnny Sullivan threw for 168 yards and two scores while Ali Scott added 125 on the ground
Jack Prka threw two touchdowns to Tony Collins and Carson Ocha

No. 3 Northwestern (Iowa) 49, No. 14 Dickinson State (N.D.) 7

The Red Raiders take the honor of most points scored and largest margin of victory (42)
Jayln Gramstad scored three of the teams’ four rushing touchdowns, Cade Moser snagged two more scores
Aaron White threw 120 total yards to Kaden Kuntz and Isaiah Kludt, each catching five balls

No. 12 Keiser (Fla.) 27, No. 4 Bethel (Tenn.) 17

The Seahawks completed a furious comeback after trailing 17-7 entering the fourth quarter
Shea Spencer tossed two TD’s and passed for 211 yards; Jaden Meizinger ran for 166 and Jaylen Arnold hauled in the catches for 107
Joaquin Collazo III had 254 yards in the air for two scores but two costly interceptions; Davius Prather and JD Dixon each had seven catches for north of 100 yards each

No. 5 Indiana Wesleyan 14, No. 13 Avila (Mo.) 7

The Wildcats opened up a 14-0 lead and all scoring took place in the first half
Dederrian Williams ran 33 times for 178 yards for IWU who posssessed the ball for 35 minutes
Running back Malik Nesbitt tallied 67 yards on the ground while QB Eli Williams tacked on 66 for the Eagles

No. 6 Benedictine (Kan.) 35, No. 10 Southwestern (Kan.) 7

The Ravens led 28-0 before the Moundbuilders scored midway through the final period
BC was led by JaShawn Todd and Austin Buteaux who both had two catches and a total of 68 yards each
Southwestern QB Luke Barns threw for 267 yards, one touchdown, and one interception

No. 7 Marian (Ind.) 41, No. 11 Saint Xavier (Ill.) 7

Zach Bundalo tossed a FCS First Round high of 4 touchdowns, all to Ben Stevens who totaled 157 yards receiving
The Knights defense picked off SXU four times for a total of 66 yards on the returns
Amari Venerable had 11 carries and seven catches, both team highs for a total of 69 yards

No. 8 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) 23, No. 9 Reinhardt (Ga.) 22

The Blue Raiders controlled most of the game, leading 23-0 midway through the fourth quarter
Kobe Belcher did the bulk of the damage on the ground with 33 carries for 137 yards; 69of Ethan Cash’s 128 passing yards were caught by Jaleel Warren
Hunter Arters threw threw scores and 268 yards with David Freidberg totaling just under 100 on three catches

The full field features 12 automatic qualifiers and four at-large berths. In order to qualify for an automatic bid, teams must win their conference regular-season title. At-large berths were determined by the NAIA Football National Selection Committee. Teams earning an at-large berth must be ranked in the Top 20 of the final NAIA Coaches' Top 25 poll.

The 67th Annual NAIA Football National Championship will culminate on December 17th at Durham County Memorial Stadium in Durham, N.C. For more information on the 2022 NAIA Football National Championship, click here.


Graham Scores Six In Pioneers Win

Saturday, November 19th 2022

Glasgow native Tyann Graham helped Miles Community College to a victory over Dakota College at Bottineau on Friday night.

Graham scored six points in the 70-62 win. The Pioneers travel to Bismarck State College on Sunday.


District 1-C Volleyball All-Conference And All-State Selections

Tuesday, November 15th 2022

2022 District 1C Volleyball All Conference/All State Selections

1st Team All Conference
Teagan Erickson: North Country, Jr. ALL STATE
Dasani Nesbit: Froid/Lake, Sr.
ALL STATE
Paige Wasson: North Country, Jr. ALL STATE
Emma Brensdal: Plentywood, Sr.
ALL STATE
Baylee Davidson: Froid/Lake, Sr. ALL STATE
Makena Hauge: Culbertson, Sr.
ALL STATE
Teah Conradson: Savage, Sr. ALL STATE
Brooke Rueter: Savage, Jr.
ALL STATE
Aleah Johnson: Froid/Lake, Sr. *ALL STATE
Carolyne Christofferson: Froid/Lake, Sr.
Mallory Tommerup: Plentywood, Soph.
Audrey Sampsen: Plentywood, Jr.
Camrie Holum: Scobey, Fresh.
Emily Johnson: Fairview, Jr.

2nd Team All Conference

Kendall Scheffelmear: North Country, Jr.
Brecklyn Pippenger: Bainville, Jr.
Kora LaBrie: North Country, Sr.
Macy Tjelde: Fairview, Fresh.
Destiny Thompson: Culbertson, Jr.
Allison Axtman: Fairview, Sr.
Emma Smart: MonDak, Sr.
Karley McPherson: Savage, Jr.
Kallee Hopes: Fairview, Jr.
Mara Salvevold: Froid/Lake, Soph.
Hailey Berwick: Bainville, Fresh.
Tia Dees: Nashua, Sr.
Cambry Conradsen: Savage, Soph.
Mattea McColly: North Country, Sr.


Scottie Fall Academic All-State Recipients

Monday, November 14th 2022

Here are the Fall Academic All-State recipients. These individuals received a Varsity Letter in their respective fall sport while maintaining a 1st Quarter GPA above 3.500.

Football
Mason Donaldson
Morgan Fast
Khye Gamas
William Kirkland
Andrew Linder
Rex Monson
Cameron Nelson
Coy Nelson
Grady Nielsen
Ashton Potter
Braxton Potter
Jacob Potter
Nic Solorzano
Kade Strommen
Mason Swenson
Myles Yoakam

Cross Country
Kheyerah Bilger
Kimber Dulaney
Mary Dykema
Kyler Holinde
Caylen Jankowski
Reed Larsen
Adam Mickelson
Emily See
Lane Thompson
Kyler Whitman

Volleyball
Daley Aune
Joely Chappell
Ava Lloyd
Tessa Miller
Carly Nelson
Tatum Nyquist
Samantha Tryan

Fall Cheer
Carlos Gonzales
Brielle Partridge
Annika Smith


North Country Lady Mavericks Claim Third Place Trophy At State Class C Volleyball Tourney

Sunday, November 13th 2022

Saturday Results:
Third place

MANHATTAN CHRISTIAN 3, SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 0
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;16;23;19;
Manhattan Christian;25;25;25;
SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE: Aces – Paige Wasson 5, Cienna Strommen 1. Assists – Kennedy Simonson 13; Paige Wasson 9; Berkley Hillman 2. Digs – Paige Wasson 14; Kora LaBrie 9; Kendall Shefelmear 6. Kills – Paige Wasson 16; Teagan Erickson 11; Kendall Shefelmear 3. Blocks – Kendall Shefelmear 2; Teagan Erickson 1.

MANHATTAN CHRISTIAN: Aces – Reese Nieuwenhuis 2; Alexis DeVries 1; Jacie Burley 1. Assists – Jacie Burley 16; Jadyn VanDyken 15. Digs – Alexis DeVries 19; Katelyn VanKirk 11; Ava Bellach 9; Jadyn VanDyken 9. Kills – Katelyn VanKirk 17; Ava Bellach 9; Jacie Burley 6. Blocks – Miranda Wyatt 3; Jacie Burley 1.

Friday Results:

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 3, CHINOOK 1
Chinook;19;25;29;22;
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;25;21;31;25;
CHINOOK: Aces – Torin Cecrle 2. Assists – Mya Berreth 24; Addison Olsen 13. Digs – Hallie Neibauer 21; Torin Cecrle 17; Bree Swanson 11. Kills – Hallie Neibauer 17; Teagan Richman 11; Bree Swanson 10. Blocks – Hallie Neibauer 11; Bree Swanson 8; Belle Elliot 8.

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE: Aces – Paige Wasson 2; Teagan Erickson 1; Kora LaBrie 1. Assists – Paige Wasson 19; Kennedy Simonson 16; Berkley Hillman 6. Digs – . Kills – Paige Wasson 23; Teagan Erickson 22. Blocks – Teagan Erickson 2; Kendall Shefelmear 2.

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 3, TWIN BRIDGES 2
Twin Bridges;25;25;21;24;8;
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;13;16;25;26;15;
TWIN BRIDGES: Aces – Emma Konen 1; Callie Kaiser 1. Assists – Elianna Meek 34. Digs – Ayla Janzen 27; Callie Kaiser 13. Kills – Callie Kaiser 14; Ruby Waller 8. Blocks – Kara Dale 6; Elianna Meek 5.

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE: Aces – Paige Wasson 2; Kendall Shefelmear 2; Mattea McColly 1; Teagan Erickson 1. Assists – Paige Wasson 26; Kennedy Simonson 11; Berkley Hillman 5. Digs – Kora LaBrie 19; Paige Wasson 18; Bailey McColly 13. Kills – Teagan Erickson 26; Paige Wasson 18; Kendall Shefelmear 5. Blocks – Kendall Shefelmear 2; Teagan Erickson 2; Bailey McColly 2.


District 2-B Volleyball All-Conference Selections Announced

Sunday, November 13th 2022

The District 2-B Volleyball Honors Team has been announced as voted on by league coaches. Carly Nelson of the Scottie was voted All-State and First Team All-Conference.


State Volleyball Saturday Results

Sunday, November 13th 2022

Class AA

Saturday

Match 13: Billings Senior def. Great Falls CMR 21-25, 25-20, 25-15, 25-21, third place

Match 14: Billings Senior def. Billings West 25-21, 26-24, 25-19, first championship

Match 15: Billings Senior def. Billings West 25-23, 26-24, 23-25, 23-25, 18-16, second championship

Class A

Saturday

Match 13: Havre def. Hardin 29-27, 20-25, 19-25, 25-18, 15-9, third place

Match 14: Havre def. Billings Central 25-23, 20-25, 25-23, 25-22, first championship

Match 15: Billings Central def. Havre 25-19, 25-21, 25-19, second championship


Class B

Saturday

Match 13: Shepherd def. Townsend 25-13, 25-18, 25-17, third place

Match 14: Shepherd def. Huntley Project 25-22, 25-21, 25-22, first championship

Match 15: Huntley Project def. Shepherd 25-21, 25-22, 25-15, second championship

Class C

Saturday

Match 13: Manhattan Christian def. Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 25-16, 25-23, 25-19, third place

Match 14: Manhattan Christian def. Bridger 25-12, 27-25, 25-14, 25-13, first championship

Match 15: Manhattan Christian def. Bridger 25-17, 25-20, 25-18, second championship


Saturday Prep Football Playoffs

Sunday, November 13th 2022

Class A
BILLINGS CENTRAL 42, HAMILTON 6
LEWISTOWN 49, POLSON 32


Class B
FLORENCE-CARLTON 40, JEFFERSON 23
MISSOULA LOYOLA 14, BIGFORK 6


8-Man
BELT 38, CULBERTSON 0
ST. IGNATIUS 54, FAIRVIEW 48


6-Man
BIG SANDY 40, BRIDGER 8
BROADVIEW-LAVINA 35, FROID-LAKE 34


Big Sky Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, November 13th 2022

Montana State 72, Cal Poly 28
Northern Colorado 21, Northern Arizona 20
Montana Griz 63, Eastern Washington 7
Weber State 45, Idaho State 7
UC Davis 44, Idaho 26
Sacramento State 45, Portland State 17


Frontier Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, November 13th 2022

Eastern Oregon 21, Southern Oregon 14
Montana Western 44, Rocky Mountain College 21
Carroll College 21, College of Idaho 6
Montana Tech 49, MSU-Northern 6


Dickinson State Blasts Presentation College 73-16

Sunday, November 13th 2022

Dickinson State (8-2, 6-0 NSAA) scored 10 touchdowns and forced seven turnover, to race past Presentation College (3-8, 2-4 NSAA), 73-16 on a cold November afternoon in Dickinson.

The ten touchdowns scored were one off a school record (11 against Mayville State in 2019), and the 73 points were second most in school history (79 against Mayville State). Following the trend, Dawson McGlothlin pulled in three interceptions which was one off the school record of four (Jay Liggins vs. Northwestern Iowa in 2018). The one record that was broken on the day was Krew Mathern gathering his 17.5 tackle for loss in the first half breaking the single-season DSU record held by Noey Tauave (17 in 2016).

The Blue Hawks scored early and often on Saturday, with Isaiah Kludt taking the opening kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown. It didn't take long for Dickinson State to get the ball back, as Jared Smith recovered a fumble on the Saints first play of the game. Three plays later, Aaron White found Conor McCarvel on a 15-yard touchdown pass making it 12-0 Blue Hawks, and three seniors with a touchdown on senior day through less than two minutes. A Saint three-and-out led to a 55-yard punt return by Kludt setting the DSU offense up with great field position again. Two Braden Zuroff runs later and DSU had a 19-0 lead with 11:28 still left in the first quarter. The next PC possession ended with the first of McGlothlin's three interceptions in the game and Zuroff cashed in for the Blue Hawks on the ensuing possession making it 26-0 DSU still in the first quarter. A 75-yard touchdown run by the Saints on their next play made it 26-6 DSU at the end of the first quarter.

After a PC interception, DSU forced their second fumble of the day and Riley O'Donnell picked it up and ran it all the way back for a 58-yard fumble return touchdown, and making it 33-6 DSU. Once again, Dickinson State got the ball back one play later as McGlothlin intercepted another pass, and that again turned into points when White found McCarvel again for a 22-yard touchdown pass. With 1:40 left in the half, Zuroff found the endzone again from 21 yards out making it 47-6 DSU. DSU wasn't done yet, as three plays later McGlothlin took his third INT of the day 25 yards to the endzone making it 53-8 heading into the half.

The second half scoring began the same way the first half ended when Javonte Oliphant took an interception 35 yards to the house making it 60-8 DSU. Brady Santens scored his first touchdown of the year with 5:37 left in the quarter and Chase Miller added two field goals for the final Blue Hawk scores of the half.

On the day, White went 8-12 for 130 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Conor McCarvel led the DSU receivers with seven catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns, while Zuroff and Darion Brown were a two-headed monster for the Blue Hawks on the ground, rushing for 63 yards and three touchdowns and 90 yards, respectively.

WHATS NEXT

The Blue Hawks will tune in to watch the NAIA National Selection Show on Sunday to find out where they will head for the NAIA Opening Round next week.


State Volleyball Friday Scores

Saturday, November 12th 2022


Class B
Thompson Falls def. Glasgow 25-21, 25-22, 16-25, 25-17
Choteau def. Bigfork 3-1
Colstrip def. Thompson Falls 3-0
Townsend def. Choteau 3-0
Townsend def. Colstrip 3-0
Huntley Project def. Shepherd 3-1
Saturday
Townsend vs. Shepherd (10 a.m.)
Huntley Project vs. Townsend-Shepherd winner (noon)

Class C
Twin Bridges def. Circle 3-1
Belt def. Roy-Winifred 3-2
North Country def. Twin Bridges 3-2 (13-25, 16-25, 25-21, 26-24, 15-8)
Chinook vs. Belt 3-2
Bridger def. Manhattan Christian 3-1
North Country def. Chinook 3-1 (25-19, 21-25, 31-29, 25-22
North Country vs. Manhattan Christian (10 a.m.)
Bridger vs. 10 a.m. winner, noon

Class A
Polson def. Hamilton 3-0
Stevensville def. Ronan 3-0
Laurel def. Polson 3-1
Havre def. Stevensville 3-0
Billings Central def. Hardin 3-0
Havre def. Laurel 3-2
Saturday
Hardin vs. Havre (10 a.m.)
Billings Central vs. 10 a.m. winner, noon

AA
Hellgate def. Big Sky 3-0
Helena def. Sentinel 3-2
CMR def. Hellgate 3-0
Gallatin def. Helena 3-0
CMR def. Gallatin 3-2
West def. Senior 3-0
Saturday
CMR vs. Senior (10 a.m.)
Billings West vs. 10 a.m. winner (noon)


High School Football

Saturday, November 12th 2022

Class AA
Bozeman 28, Bozeman Gallatin 9
Helena Capital 21, Missoula Sentinel 14

Class A
Billings Central at Hamilton, 1 p.m.
Polson at Lewistown, 1 p.m.

Class B
Missoula Loyola at Bigfork, 1 p.m.
Jefferson at Florence, 1 p.m.

Class C 8-man
Culbertson at Belt, 1 p.m.
Fairview at St. Ignatius, 1 p.m.

Class C 6-man
Medicine Lake-Froid at Broadview-Lavina, 1 p.m.
Bridger at Big Sandy, 1 p.m.


College Scoreboard

Saturday, November 12th 2022

College Football
Eastern Washington at Montana, 11 a.m. pre-game, 1 p.m. kick-off
Montana State at Cal Poly, 6 p.m. kick-off

Presentation College at Dickinson State, 12:30 p.m. pre-game, 1 p.m. kick-off
Montana Tech at Northern
Carroll vs. College at Idaho
Montana Western at Rocky
Eastern Oregon vs. Southern Oregon

College Volleyball
Frontier Conference Tournament
Rocky def. Providence 25-20, 20-25, 25-23, 22-25, 15-12
Saturday
Frontier Conference Tournament Championship: Montana Western vs. Rocky, 2 p.m.

MSUB vs. Simon Fraser, 1 p.m.

Women's College Basketball
Colorado State 82, Montana 58 (0-2)
Rocky Mountain College 73, San Diego Christian 33
MSUB 73, Hawaii Pacific 64
Indiana Wesleyan 69, Carroll 36
Whitman College 72, Montana Tech 62
MSU-Northern 69, Campbellsville University 53

Saturday
Rocky vs. Vanguard, 1 p.m.
MSUB vs. Chaminade, 4 p.m.
Marion University vs. Carroll
Lewis-Clark vs. Montana Tech
Bushnell vs. Montana Western
Miles Community College at Lake Region State College, noon

Men's College Basketball
Xavier 86, Montana 64 (0-2)
Montana State Billings 70, Holy Names University 65
Providence 95, Walla Walla University 54
Montana Tech 70, Eastern Oregon 61
Montana Western 61, DSU 60

Saturday
MSUB vs. Cal State San Marcos, 1 p.m.
Providence vs. Lewis-Clark State, 2 p.m.
Montana Tech vs. DSU, 3 p.m.
Eastern Oregon vs. Montana Western


Thompson Falls Defeats Glasgow At State Volleyball Tourney

Friday, November 11th 2022

The Scottie volleyball team was eliminated from the State B Volleyball Tournament in Bozeman on Friday morning

Thompson Falls def. Glasgow 25-21, 25-22, 16-25, 25-17. The Scotties finish with a record of 15-8 overall.

Assists: Daley Aune (28)
Digs: Sam Tryan (25), Carly Nelson (16), Aune (16)
Kills: Piper Johnson (10)
Blocks: Ava Lloyd (9)


McKean Runs At Mountain Regionals

Friday, November 11th 2022

Glasgow's Iris McKean, a freshman at the University of Montana, competed at the Mountain Regional Cross Country Meet in Albuquerque, New Mexico today.

She finished the 6k course in a time of 23:59. McKean finished in 121st place, and fourth on the team for the Lady Griz.

New Mexico won the meet, followed by Utah and Northern Arizona. Montana State was 12th and Montana was 19th in the team standings.



Sports Broadcasts This Week

Friday, November 11th 2022

Wednesday on KLTZ
Griz Football Coach's Show, 6:30 p.m.
Cat Chat, 7:30 p.m.

Friday on Mix-93
State volleyball: Glasgow vs. Thompson Falls, 10 a.m.

Saturday on KLTZ

College Football: Eastern Washington at Montana, 11 a.m. pre-game, 1 p.m. kick-off
College Football: Montana State at Cal Poly, 6 p.m. kick-off

Saturday on Mix-93
College Football: Presentation College at Dickinson State, 12:30 p.m. pre-game, 1 p.m. kick-off


North Country Wins First Round Match But Drops Quarterfinal Match To Manhattan Christian At State Volleyball Tourney

Friday, November 11th 2022

The North Country Lady Mavericks opened up the State C Volleyball Tourney with a exciting win over Belt but later in the evening lost a quarterfinal match to Manhattan Christian.

The Lady Mavericks will play again at 2pm Friday and will play the winner of the Circle vs Twin Bridges match.

Class C

MANHATTAN CHRISTIAN 3, SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 1
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;25;14;16;11;
Manhattan Christian;23;25;25;25;

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE: Aces – Paige Wasson 2; Kendall Shefelmear 2; Kora LaBrie 1. Assists – Paige Wasson 12; Kennedy Simonson 5; Bailey McColly 4. Digs – Kora LaBrie 11; Paige Wasson 10; Kendall Shefelmear 6. Kills – Teagan Erickson 15; Paige Wasson 10; Kendall Shefelmear 3. Blocks – Kendall Shefelmear 2; Paige Wasson 1; Bailey McColly 1; Mattea McColly 1.

MANHATTAN CHRISTIAN: Aces – Jacie Burley 4; Dana Lerum 3. Assists – Jadyn VanDyken 23; Jacie Burley 20. Digs – Ava Bellach 15; Alexis DeVries 12; Jadyn VanDyken 11. Kills – Katelyn VanKirk 15; Ava Bellach 13; Miranda Wyatt 10. Blocks – Miranda Wyatt 3; Jadyn VanDyken 1.

BRIDGER 3, CHINOOK 2
Bridger;18;29;25;25;15;
Chinook;25;31;20;18;10;
BRIDGER: Aces – Cassidy Schwend 3; Abby Schwend 3. Assists – Cassidy Schwend 31; Abby Schwend 14. Digs – Dylann Pospisil 28; Mya Goltz 17; Abby Schwend 14. Kills – Mya Goltz 20; Dylann Pospisil 18. Blocks – Mya Goltz 4; Destiney Anguiano 3.

CHINOOK: Aces – Rilee Molyneaux 2; Torin Cecrle 2. Assists – Mya Berreth 30; Addison Olsen 11. Digs – Bree Swanson 29; Torin Cecrle 22; Hallie Neibauer 17. Kills – Hallie Neibauer 19; Bree Swanson 12; Rilee Molyneaux 10. Blocks – Hallie Neibauer 11; Bree Swanson 8; Belle Elliot 6.

CHINOOK 3, CIRCLE 1
Chinook;25;20;26;25;
Circle;17;25;24;14;
CHINOOK: Aces – Rilee Molyneaux 5; Bree Swanson 2; Torin Cecrle 2. Assists – Mya Berreth 20; Addison Olsen 14. Digs – . Kills – Hallie Neibauer 14; Bree Swanson 8; Teagan Richman 7.

CIRCLE: Aces – Alexis Moline 2. Assists – Alexis Moline 20. Digs – Leah Beery 14. Kills – Grace Gackle 10. Blocks – Grace Gackle 3.

BRIDGER 3, TWIN BRIDGES 1
Twin Bridges;25;26;20;20;
Bridger;22;28;25;25;
TWIN BRIDGES: Aces – Callie Kaiser 4. Assists – Elianna Meek 29. Digs – Ayla Janzen 22. Kills – Callie Kaiser 15; Emma Konen 11. Blocks – Kyle Pencost 7.

BRIDGER: Aces – Cassidy Schwend 3. Assists – Cassidy Schwend 27; Abby Schwend 21. Digs – Abby Schwend 18; Jessica Althoff 17. Kills – Mya Goltz 26; Dylann Pospisil 23. Blocks – Nikki Roberts 3.

MANHATTAN CHRISTIAN 3, ROY-WINIFRED 0
Roy-Winifred;20;22;19;
Manhattan Christian;25;25;25;
ROY-WINIFRED: Aces – Jada Southworth 2. Assists – Hannah Ewen 26. Digs – Dakota Crabtree 16. Kills – Isabelle Heggem 16. Blocks – Jada Southworth 3.

MANHATTAN CHRISTIAN: Aces – Ava Bellach 3. Assists – Jacie Burley 14; Jadyn VanDyken 10. Digs – Alexis DeVries 14; Jacie Burley 10; Jadyn VanDyken 6. Kills – Katelyn VanKirk 15; Ava Bellach 6; Reese Nieuwenhuis 3. Blocks – Ava Bellach 2; Katelyn VanKirk 2.

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 3, BELT 2
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;26;21;26;25;16;
Belt;28;25;24;23;14;

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE: Aces – Paige Wasson 3; Mattea McColly 3. Assists – Paige Wasson 26; Kennedy Simonson 13; Berkley Hillman 6. Digs – Kora LaBrie 29; Kendall Shefelmear 20; Paige Wasson 17. Kills – Teagan Erickson 26; Paige Wasson 17; Kendall Shefelmear 5. Blocks – Bailey McColly 2; Teagan Erickson 2; Kendall Shefelmear 1.

BELT: Aces – Addi Urick 4; Ella Pethel 3. Assists – Aaliyah Gaylord 28. Digs – Addi Urick 35; Aaliyah Gaylord 21. Kills – Hattie Bumgarner 14; Danika Lords 13. Blocks – Hattie Bumgarner 5; Olivia Moran 5.


Scottie Volleyball Team Loses First Round Match At State Volleyball Tourney

Friday, November 11th 2022

The Scottie Volleyball team ran into a tough first round opponent at the State Volleyball Tourney on Thursday. Huntley Project easily dispatched the Scotties and Glasgow will now play a loser out match at 10am on Friday against Thompson Falls.

Class B
SHEPHERD 3, COLSTRIP 0
Shepherd;25;25;25;
Colstrip;18;22;21;
SHEPHERD: Aces – Lauren Anderson 2; Grace Ekness 1; Aubrey Allison 1. Assists – Ashlyn Murdock 33. Digs – Abby Beddes 18; Aubrey Allison 11; Ashlyn Murdock 8; Lauren Anderson 4; Grace Ekness 4. Kills – Paige Goodell 10; Abby Beddes 9; Aubrey Allison 8. Blocks – Brianna Olstad 3; Paige Goodell 2; Kayda Parker 2.

COLSTRIP: Aces – Abby Baer 1; Malea Egan 1; Ashtynn Egan 1. Assists – Abby Baer 19; Malia McLean 10; Ashtynn Egan 2. Digs – Ashtynn Egan 15; Malea Egan 11; Abby Baer 9; Ryleigh Button 9. Kills – Ashtynn Egan 16; Abby Baer 9; Malea Egan 5; Macy Burns 5. Blocks – Macy Burns 2; Abby Baer 1; Malea Egan 1.

HUNTLEY PROJECT 3, TOWNSEND 1
Huntley Project;25;18;25;25;
Townsend;18;25;23;18;
HUNTLEY PROJECT: Aces – Brynn Wandle 2; Kelsey Krieger 2. Assists – Brynn Wandle 33. Digs – Kabreena Lindeen 34; Kirra Ban 28; Kelsey Krieger 26. Kills – Harlie Murphy 17; Brynn Wandle 10; Delayne Lindeen 8. Blocks – Harlie Murphy 3; Brynn Wandle 2.

TOWNSEND: Aces – Luci Horne 1; Liz Collins 1. Assists – Emily Bird 37. Digs – Alleigh Burdick 30; Emily Bird 20; Trinity Wilson 17. Kills – Trinity Wilson 22; Havyn Vandenacre 6; Reese Wolfgram 4. Blocks – Trinity Wilson 6; Havyn Vandenacre 4.

TOWNSEND 3, THOMPSON FALLS 0
Townsend;25;25;25;
Thompson Falls;8;17;22;
TOWNSEND: Aces – Emily Bird 1; Holly Newman 1. Assists – Emily Bird 21. Digs – Emily Bird 13; Alleigh Burdick 10; Luci Horne 7. Kills – Trinity Wilson 9; Sienna Everett 4; Kaitlyn Noyes 3. Blocks – Trinity Wilson 5.

THOMPSON FALLS: Aces – Cheyla Irvine 3; Natalie Roberts 1. Assists – Ellie Baxter 10; Avery Burgess 7; Blakely Lakko 1. Digs – Cheyla Irvine 9; Avery Burgess 9; Ellie Baxter 7. Kills – Avery Burgess 10; Ellie Baxter 4. Blocks – Avery Burgess 1; Ellie Baxter 1; Natalie Roberts 1.

HUNTLEY PROJECT 3, GLASGOW 0
Glasgow;14;16;13;
Huntley Project;25;25;25;
GLASGOW: Aces – Macy Martin 1. Assists – Daley Aune 6. Digs – . Kills – Ava Lloyd 5; Tatum Nyquist 5. Blocks – Samantha Tryan 6.

HUNTLEY PROJECT: Aces – Kirra Ban 3; Brynn Wandle 2; Kelsey Krieger 2. Assists – . Digs – Kelsey Krieger 18; Kirra Ban 14; Delayne Lindeen 14. Kills – Harlie Murphy 18; Maddison Akins 10; Delayne Lindeen 6.

COLSTRIP 3, CHOTEAU 0
Colstrip;25;25;27;
Choteau;21;23;25;
COLSTRIP: Aces – Abby Baer 3; Macy Burns 2; Malea Egan 1. Assists – Abby Baer 22; Malia McLean 15. Digs – Abby Baer 17; Ryleigh Button 16; Ashtynn Egan 15. Kills – Abby Baer 14; Malea Egan 11; Ashtynn Egan 11. Blocks – Macy Burns 2; Ashtynn Egan 2; Kyla Kerzmann 2.

CHOTEAU: Aces – Asia Bouma 1. Assists – Tessa Brownell 18. Digs – Ada Bieler 16. Kills – Asia Bouma 15. Blocks – Ada Bieler 6.

SHEPHERD 3, BIGFORK 0
Bigfork;14;13;15;
Shepherd;25;25;25;
BIGFORK: Aces – Tessa Troyer 2; Ellie Jordt 2; Zoey Albert 1. Assists – Piper Linson 18; Inga Turner 1. Digs – Tessa Troyer 13; Zoey Albert 13; Ava Davey 13. Kills – Inga Turner 12; Ava Davey 4; Ellie Jordt 3. Blocks – Ellie Jordt 1; Inga Turner 1; Ava Davey 1.

SHEPHERD: Aces – Aubrey Allison 2; Ramzie Smith 2; Grace Ekness 2. Assists – Ashlyn Murdock 27. Digs – Aubrey Allison 12; Grace Ekness 12; Abby Beddes 10; Ashlyn Murdock 10. Kills – Aubrey Allison 11; Brianna Olstad 7; Abby Beddes 7; Paige Goodell 5. Blocks – Paige Goodell 6; Aubrey Allison 3; Kayda Parker 2.


Northern B Division All-Conference Football Team Revealed

Monday, November 7th 2022

Glasgow Scottie Football Players Tatum Hansen and Mo Fast were named All-State Football players for the 2022 season as voted on by the coaches of the Northern B Division.

Here is a complete list of All-Conference selections:


Scottie Volleyball Advances To State Volleyball Tourney With 2nd Place Finish At Northern B Divisional

Sunday, November 6th 2022

Scottie Volleyball is heading back to the State Volleyball Tourney for a 2nd consecutive year and the 3rd time in 4 years. It will mark the 16th time the Scotties have reached the State Tournament in School history. The 13th time since the Scotties have competed in Class B.

Glasgow defeated Malta for the 3rd time this year at the Northern B Divisional Volleyball Tourney to advance to the championship match. Choteau claimed the divisional title with a 3-0 win over Glasgow. Both Glasgow and Choteau will advance to the State Tourney.

Glasgow will open with Huntley Project at noon on Thursday.


Class B
Northern B Divisional Volleyball Tourney:

GLASGOW 3, MALTA 0
Malta;21;20;17;
Glasgow;25;25;25;

CHOTEAU 3, GLASGOW 0
Choteau;25;25;25;
Glasgow;20;4;20;


Montana Prep Football Playoff Scores And Pairings

Sunday, November 6th 2022

Montana Prep Football Playoff Scores And Pairings:

AA Football

Friday, Nov. 4

Bozeman 31, Kalispell Glacier 23

Bozeman Gallatin 24, Helena 21

Helena Capital 28, Butte 14

Missoula Sentinel 14, Billings West 7

Semifinals

Friday, Nov. 11

Bozeman Gallatin at Bozeman, 7 p.m.

Missoula Sentinel at Helena Capital, 7 p.m.

Class A

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Hamilton 34, Whitefish 20

Billings Central 24, Dillon 21

Lewistown 14, Columbia Falls 6

Polson 14, Laurel 7

Semifinals

Saturday, Nov. 12

Billings Central at Hamilton, 1 p.m.

Polson at Lewistown, 1 p.m.

Class B

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Missoula Loyola 14, Shepherd 7

Bigfork 52, Glasgow 12

Florence 28, Huntley Project 6

Jefferson 48, Malta 14

Semifinals

Saturday, Nov. 12

Missoula Loyola at Bigfork, 1 p.m.

Jefferson at Florence, 1 p.m.

8-Man

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Belt 48, Drummond-Philipsburg 0

Culbertson 56, Superior 34

Fairview 50, Joliet 12

St. Ignatius 36, Ennis 27

Semifinals

Saturday, Nov. 12

Culbertson at Belt, 1 p.m.

Fairview at St. Ignatius, 1 p.m.

6-Man

Quarterfinals

Friday, Nov. 4

Broadview-Lavina 47, Roy-Winifred 29

Saturday, Nov. 5

Medicine Lake-Froid 44, Valier 8

Bridger 36, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 26

Big Sandy 25, Custer-Hysham-Melstone 20

Semifinals

Saturday, Nov. 12

Medicine Lake-Froid at Broadview-Lavina, 1 p.m., in Lavina

Bridger at Big Sandy, 1 p.m.


North Country Volleyball Advances To State Volleyball Tourney With 2nd Place Finish At Eastern C Divisional

Sunday, November 6th 2022

The North Country Lady Mavericks earned a hard fought trip to the State Volleyball Tourney in Bozeman this weekend with a victory over Froid-Lake. The Mavericks defeated the Red Hawks 3-2 to advance to the title match with Circle. The Wildcats claimed the championship with a 3-0 win over North Country.

North Country will open up the State Tourney in Bozeman with a 4pm match on Thursday against Belt.

Class C
Eastern C Divisional


SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 3, FROID-LAKE 2
Froid-Lake;16;19;25;25;9;
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;25;25;19;13;15;CIRCLE 3, SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 0

CIRCLE 3, SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 0 (Championship Match)
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;20;20;18;
Circle;25;25;25;


Scottie Football Team Ends Season With 8-3 Record After Playoff Loss To Bigfork

Sunday, November 6th 2022

The Scottie Football team dropped a 52-12 quarterfinal game to Bigfork in the Class B Football Playoffs on Saturday.

Joseph Farrier rushed for 155 yards and five touchdowns, Tristen Herd threw a touchdown pass to Elijah Thorness, and Manny Baldi recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown in the Vikings' win. Bryce Gilliard led Bigfork receivers with 45 yards. Bigfork will play Missoula Loyola in next week's semifinal round.

The Scotties had a touchdown from Wyatt Babb, who caught a short touchdown pass from Mason Donaldson late in the first half. Aiden Hoerster had an interception return for a touchdown for the final score from the Scotties.

Glasgow finishes the season with an 8-3 record.


Dickinson State Defeats Mayville State 58-7

Sunday, November 6th 2022

Dickinson State (7-2, 5-0 NSAA) gained 496 total yards on offense, and only allowed 105, to dominate Mayville State (3-7, 0-5 NSAA), 58-7, and clinch their eighth consecutive North Star Athletic Association football championship.

The Blue Hawks didn't take long to get going, after a quick stop on Mayville State's first possession, Braden Zuroff rattled off a 50-yard touchdown run on Dickinson State's first play from scrimmage, making it 7-0 DSU early. The next offensive possesion for the Comets didn't go much better. Krew Mathern gathered his second third down sack of the day and Mayville State couldn't handle the snap on the punt from their own endzone, resulting in a safety and putting DSU up 9-0 less than five minutes into the game. A Dickinson State fumble gave the Comets good field position on their next drive, and they were able to cash in, completing a 20-yard touchdown pass on second down to cut the DSU lead to 9-7. Dickinson State wasn't concerned, as they immediately answered back with a 22-yard touchdown strike from QB Aaron White to Kaden Kuntz putting the Blue Hawks back up nine, 16-7.

The first play of the second quarter was a 3-yard touchdown pass from Bridger Grovom to Conor McCarvel, on their eighth play of the drive, to give DSU a 23-7 lead with 14:44 left in the half. Dickinson State made it back-to-back possessions with a touchdown when White found Isaiah Kludt for a 55-yard bomb making it 30-7 DSU just five minutes into the second quarter. The Blue Hawks weren't done scoring yet, as Darion Brown took the handoff on the second play of Dickinson State's next possession 51 yards for a touchdown extending the lead to 37-7 DSU. Mayville State responded with a 20-play drive but were stopped on fourth and one at the DSU 5 yard line ending the threat and taking the game into the half.

The halftime break couldn't do anything to slow down Dickinson State, as they went 59 yards on 10 plays, capped off by a Zuroff 3-yard TD run, to stretch their lead to 44-7. On the next Mayville State possession, DSU forced their first turnover when Krew Mathern picked off a screen pass and returned it eight yards to the MSU 10. One play later DSU lef 51-7 when Darion Brown cashed in from 10 yards out. The rest of the game consisted of the teams trading punts, except for late in the fourth quarter when Braedy Santens punched in for a 6-yard touchdown run giving DSU their final score with 2:44 remaining in the game.

White went 13-16 for 180 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no interceptions while Zuroff took 13 carries for 138 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Blue Hawk offense. Darion Brown ran for 98 yards and two touchdowns of his own as the Blue Hawks got incredible production from its running game despite losing both Riley Linder and Alec Lovegren to injuries last week against Valley City State. Isaiah Kludt led the receiving corps with five catches for 72 yards and a touchdown. The Blue Hawk defense gathered five sacks on the day with Mathern (2), Javonte Oliphant (1), Austin Dennis (1.5), and Evan Henke (.5) all contributing.

WHATS NEXT

The Blue Hawks will return home to host Presentation College on Saturday, November 12 at the Biesiot Activites Center. Saturday will be senior day as the Blue Hawks honor the seniors in their last home game at DSU. Kickoff will be at 1:00 pm MT.


Big Sky Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, November 6th 2022

Montana State 41, Northern Arizona 38
Montana 57, Cal Poly 0
Idaho 48, Eastern Washington 16
Sacramento State 33, Weber State 30
Portland State 35, Northern Colorado 21
UC Davis 43, Idaho State 3


Frontier Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, November 6th 2022

Carroll College 24, Southern Oregon 17
Montana Western 27, Montana Tech 21
College of Idaho 41, Eastern Oregon 7
Rocky Mountain College 9, MSU-Northern 0


Scottie Volleyball Team One Win Away From Trip To State Tourney

Saturday, November 5th 2022

While the Scottie Volleyball Team lost a semifinal match to Choteau on Friday evening, they are 1 win away from advancing to the State Volleyball Tourney. Glasgow will play Malta at 10am, and a win there will advance them to the championship match to play Choteau again and will earn the team a trip to the state tourney.

Class B
Northern B

Top 2 teams go to State in Bozeman
2022 Northern B Divisional @ Choteau

DAY3
Sat 10:00am M13: Malta vs Glasgow
Sat 12:00p Choteau vs WM13

DAY 2
M7: Cut Bank over Wolf Point 3-1
M8: Shelby over Poplar 3-0
M9: Malta over Cut Bank 3-0
25-19; 25-18; 25-22
M10: Fairfield over Shelby 3-1
M11: Choteau over Glasgow 3-0
25-23; 25-14; 25-17
M12: Malta over Fairfield 3-0
25-22; 25-19; 25-21

DAY 1
Match 1: Glasgow over Cut Bank 3-0
M2: Fairfield over Wolf Point 3-0
M3: Choteau over Poplar 3-0
M4: Malta over Shelby 3-2
27-29; 25-14; 25-19; 19-25; 15-6
M5: Glasgow over Fairfield 3-2
M6: Choteau over Malta 3-1
21-25; 20-25; 22-25; 17-25


North Country Volleyball Team Plays Froid-Lake Saturday

Saturday, November 5th 2022

North Country was defeated in the semifinal match of the Eastern C Divisional Volleyball Tourney on Friday evening by Circle. This puts the Mavericks in a match with Froid-Lake on Saturday morning. If they win the match, they will play Circle again for the championship. If they were to lose, they would finish in 3rd place at the tourney.


Montana High School Football Playoff Pairings

Saturday, November 5th 2022

Montana High School Association

Football

Playoffs pairings


Class AA

Play-in games

Friday, Oct. 28

Kalispell Glacier 31, Billings Senior 0

Bozeman Gallatin 42, Missoula Big Sky 0

Butte 35, Great Falls 21

Missoula Sentinel 50, Great Falls CMR 31

Quarterfinals

Friday, Nov. 4

Bozeman 31, Kalispell Glacier 23

Bozeman Gallatin 24, Helena 21

Helena Capital 28, Butte 14

Missoula Sentinel 14, Billings West 7

Semifinals

Friday, Nov. 11

Bozeman Gallatin at Bozeman, 7 p.m.

Missoula Sentinel at Helena Capital, 7 p.m.

Class A

First round

Friday, Oct. 28

Dillon 42, Frenchtown 34

Saturday, Oct. 29

Columbia Falls 48, Miles City 0

Laurel 45, Libby 6

Whitefish 17, Havre 7

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Whitefish at Hamilton, noon

Dillon at Billings Central, Herb Klindt Field, 1 p.m.

Columbia Falls at Lewistown, 1 p.m.

Laurel at Polson, 1 p.m.

Class B

First round

Saturday, Oct. 29

Missoula Loyola 27, Townsend 13

Shepherd 20, Fairfield 12

Bigfork 21, Manhattan 16

Glasgow 34, Baker 12

Huntley Project 52, Cut Bank 14

Florence 47, Whitehall 13

Malta 34, Red Lodge 13

Jefferson 21, Eureka 6

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Missoula Loyola at Shepherd, 1 p.m.

Glasgow at Bigfork, 1 p.m.

Florence at Huntley Project, 1 p.m.

Jefferson at Malta, 1 p.m.

8-Man

First round

Saturday, Oct. 29

Drummond-Philipsburg 62, Park City 6

Belt 64, Charlo 0

Superior 52, Forsyth 6

Culbertson 64, Lone Peak 16

Joliet 56, Cascade 22

Fairview 64, Fort Benton 24

Ennis 19, Chinook 6

St. Ignatius 48, Circle 34

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Belt at Drummond-Philipsburg, in Philipsburg, 1 p.m.

Superior at Culbertson, 1 p.m.

Fairview at Joliet, 1 p.m.

Ennis at St. Ignatius, 1 p.m.

6-Man

First round

Friday, Oct. 28

Valier 52, Noxon 8

Big Sandy 61, Savage 6

Saturday, Oct. 29

Roy-Winifred 31, White Sulphur Springs 7

Broadview-Lavina 55, North Star 12

Medicine Lake-Froid 49, Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine 32

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 55, Hot Springs 54

Bridger 44, Richey-Lambert 6

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 63, Highwood 12

Quarterfinals

Friday, Nov. 4

Broadview-Lavina 47, Roy-Winifred 29

Saturday, Nov. 5

Valier at Medicine Lake-Froid, in Medicine Lake, 1 p.m.

Bridger at Chester-Joplin-Inverness, in Chester, 1 p.m.

Custer-Hysham-Melstone at Big Sandy, 1 p.m.


Scotties Advance To Semi-Final Match At Northern B Divisional Volleyball

Friday, November 4th 2022

Class B
Northern B

The Scotties will play Choteau at 6pm on Friday evening in the unbeaten semi-final match. Glasgow is one win away from qualifying for the state tourney.

CHOTEAU 3, MALTA 1 (quarterfinal)
Malta;25;20;22;17;
Choteau;21;25;25;25;

GLASGOW 3, FAIRFIELD 2 (quarterfinal)
Fairfield;26;19;21;25;8;
Glasgow;24;25;25;21;15;

GLASGOW 3, CUT BANK 0 (first round)
Cut Bank;22;20;13;
Glasgow;25;25;25;

FAIRFIELD 3, WOLF POINT 0 (first round)
Wolf Point;14;24;23;
Fairfield;25;25;25;

CHOTEAU 3, POPLAR 0 (first round)
Poplar;14;13;11;
Choteau;25;25;25;

MALTA 3, SHELBY 2 (first round)
Shelby;29;14;19;25;6;
Malta;27;25;25;19;15;


North Country Advances To Semi-Final Match Of Eastern C Divisional Volleyball Tourney

Friday, November 4th 2022

Class C
Eastern C

North Country picked up two wins on Thursday at the Eastern C Divisional Volleyball Tourney and will play Circle in the semi-final match on Friday at 6pm.

CIRCLE 3, FROID-LAKE 2 (quarterfinal)
Circle;21;25;25;20;16;
Froid-Lake;25;15;19;25;14;

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 3, BROADUS 2 (quarterfinal)
Broadus;23;25;17;25;7;
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;25;19;25;12;15;

CIRCLE 3, PLENTYWOOD 0 (first round)
Plentywood;13;27;18;
Circle;25;29;25;

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 3, JORDAN 1 (first round)
Jordan;19;26;12;11;
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;25;24;25;25;

BROADUS 3, SAVAGE 0 (first round)
Savage;18;25;13;
Broadus;25;27;25;

FROID-LAKE 3, FAIRVIEW 0 (first round)
Fairview;23;11;23;
Froid-Lake;25;25;25;

CIRCLE 3, PLENTYWOOD 0 (first round)
Plentywood;13;27;18;
Circle;25;29;25;


Cunningham Competing For Lady Blue Hawks At Conference Cross Country Meet

Friday, November 4th 2022

Next-level Scottie Ali Cunningham is running for the Dickinson State University Lady Blue Hawks today at the NSAA conference meet in Dickinson.

Cunningham, a junior, has been battling a shoulder injury this season but will run for DSU today.


Glasgow Defeats Cut Bank, Fairfield On First Day Of Divisional Volleyball

Thursday, November 3rd 2022

Glasgow with a 3-0 win over Cut Bank in the first round of the Northern B Divisional Volleyball Tourney in Choteau. Glasgow won 25-22, 25-20 and 25-13.

The Scotties then had an epic battle with Fairfield on Thursday night. Glasgow defeated Fairfield 24-26, 25-19, 25-21, 21-25, 15-8.

Glasgow moves on to the undefeated semi-final at 6 p.m. on Friday night vs. the winner of Thursday night's Choteau vs. Malta match.


Scottie Golfer Riley Smith Signs Letter Of Intent With Montana Tech

Thursday, November 3rd 2022

Congratulations to Riley Smith! Today he signed his Letter of Intent with the Men’s Golf Program at Montana Tech in Butte. Smith was the State B Runner-Up last spring.


Northern B Divisional Volleyball Bracket

Tuesday, November 1st 2022

The Scottie girls, the 2B District Champions, will open up divisional play on Thursday vs. Cut Bank at 10 a.m.

If Glasgow wins, they'll face the winner of the Wolf Point vs. Fairfield match at 6 p.m. on Thursday. If the Scotties were to lose, they would play the loser of that match at 10 a.m. on Friday.

We'll have reports from throughout the tournament on KLTZ/Mix-93.

Bracket


Monster Dash Results

Monday, October 31st 2022

The Glasgow Recreation Department held the 2022 Monster Dash on Sunday - results are available here


Prep Football Playoff Results And Pairings

Sunday, October 30th 2022

Montana High School Association

Football

Playoffs pairings

Class AA

Play-in games

Friday, Oct. 28

Kalispell Glacier 31, Billings Senior 0

Bozeman Gallatin 42, Missoula Big Sky 0

Butte 35, Great Falls 21

Missoula Sentinel 50, Great Falls CMR 31

Quarterfinals

Friday, Nov. 4

Glacier at Bozeman, 7 p.m.

Gallatin at Helena, 3:30 p.m.

Butte at Helena Capital, 7:30 p.m.

Sentinel at Billings West, 7 p.m.

Class A

First round

Friday, Oct. 28

Dillon 42, Frenchtown 34

Saturday, Oct. 29

Columbia Falls 48, Miles City 0

Laurel 45, Libby 6

Whitefish 17, Havre 7

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Whitefish at Hamilton, 1 p.m.

Dillon at Billings Central, 1 p.m.

Columbia Falls at Lewistown, 1 p.m.

Laurel at Polson, 1 p.m.

Class B

First round

Saturday, Oct. 29

Missoula Loyola 27, Townsend 13

Shepherd 20, Fairfield 12

Bigfork 21, Manhattan 16

Glasgow 34, Baker 12

Huntley Project 52, Cut Bank 14

Florence 47, Whitehall 13

Malta 34, Red Lodge 13

Jefferson 21, Eureka 6

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Missoula Loyola at Shepherd, 1 p.m.

Glasgow at Bigfork, 1 p.m.

Florence at Huntley Project, 1 p.m.

Jefferson at Malta, 1 p.m.

8-Man

First round

Saturday, Oct. 29

Drummond-Philipsburg 62, Park City 6

Belt 64, Charlo 0

Superior 52, Forsyth 6

Culbertson 64, Lone Peak 16

Joliet 56, Cascade 22

Fairview 64, Fort Benton 24

Ennis 19, Chinook 6

St. Ignatius 48, Circle 34

Quarterfinals


Saturday, Nov. 5

Belt at Drummond-Philipsburg, 1 p.m.

Superior at Culbertson, 1 p.m.

Fairview at Joliet, 1 p.m.

Ennis at St. Ignatius, 1 p.m.

6-Man

First round

Friday, Oct. 28

Valier 52, Noxon 8

Big Sandy 61, Savage 6

Saturday, Oct. 29

Roy-Winifred 31, White Sulphur Springs 7

Broadview-Lavina 55, North Star 12

Medicine Lake-Froid 49, Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine 32

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 55, Hot Springs 54

Bridger 44, Richey-Lambert 6

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 63, Highwood 12

Quarterfinals

Saturday, Nov. 5

Broadview-Lavina at Roy-Winifred, 1 p.m.

Valier at Medicine Lake-Froid, 1 p.m.

Bridger at Chester-Joplin-Inverness, 1 p.m.

Custer-Hysham-Melstone at Big Sandy, 1 p.m.


North Country Claims Second Place Trophy At District 1-C Volleyball Tourney

Sunday, October 30th 2022

Action From Saturday:

SAVAGE 3, FAIRVIEW 2
Savage;22;25;25;22;15;
Fairview;25;16;9;25;12;

PLENTYWOOD 3, CULBERTSON 2
Culbertson;25;12;21;25;9;
Plentywood;21;25;25;18;15;

FAIRVIEW 3, CULBERTSON 2 (Winner takes 5th place)
Culbertson;25;22;11;29;12;
Fairview;21;25;25;27;15;

PLENTYWOOD 3, SAVAGE 0 (Loser takes 4th place)
Plentywood;25;25;25;
Savage;19;23;18;

FROID-LAKE 3, SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 0 (Unbeaten Semi-Final match)
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;21;22;25;
Froid-Lake;25;25;27;

SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 3, PLENTYWOOD 1 (Loser takes 3rd)
Plentywood;27;24;25;23;
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;25;26;27;25;

FROID-LAKE 3, SACO-WHITEWATER-HINSDALE 0 (Championship Match)
Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale;23;23;18;
Froid-Lake;25;25;25;


Big Sky Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, October 30th 2022

Weber State 24, Montana Griz 21
Portland State 38, Eastern Washington 35
UC Davis 59, Cal Poly 17
Sacramento State 31, Idaho 28


Frontier Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, October 30th 2022

Carroll College 37, Eastern Oregon 3
Montana Western 66, MSU-Northern 0
College of Idaho 28, Southern Oregon 24
Montana Tech 20, Rocky Mountain College 17


Dickinson State Defeats Valley City State 21-13

Sunday, October 30th 2022

Offense was hard to come by on a warm October afternoon in Dickinson, but the Blue Hawks were able to find the endzone one more time than the visitors from Valley City State (3-5, 2-2 NSAA) for a 21-13 victory.. The win was DSU's six straight, and fourth in conference, moving them to 6-2 (4-0 NSAA) on the season.

On the first drive of the game, Dickinson State went 75 yards on 15 plays to take a 7-0 lead. 10 of those 15 plays were rushes by Riley Linder, but it was a QB keeper by Bridger Grovom that broke the goal line on 1st and goal from the VCSU 3. Linder had 40 yards rushing on the drive, he had 45 on the game before leaving with an injury. The drive burned nearly eight minutes off the clock, helping DSU win the time of possession battle on the game 31:24 to 24:03. Valley City State was able to get a first down on their first drive thanks to an 11 yard pass on 3rd down, but that was all they got and were forced to punt. The ensuing DSU possession stretched across the first and second quarters but ended in a punt after a VCSU sack on third down.

The Vikings put together their best drive of the day on their first possession of the second quarter, going 67 yards on 10 plays to tie the game at 7-7. DSU was able to drive to the VCSU 31, aided by a couple Viking penalties, but a Wade James 48-yard field goal attempt was blocked at the line of scrimmage keeping the score tied. Both teams traded punts on their next drives, but Dickinson State was able to use good field position to their advantage going 54 yards on five plays, capped by a 26 yard touchdown pass from Aaron White to Noah Sickler, to take a 14-7 lead heading into half time.

Neither team could get much going coming out of the break, but with 4:26 left in the quarter White found Sickler again, this time for 17 yards, giving the Blue Hawks a two score advantage 21-7. A Keaton Meschke interception on the second play of the next VCSU drive didn't turn into any points for the Blue Hawks, and Valley City State was able to get within a score on their next drive when they punched in from three yards out with 10:48 left in the game, but a bad snap caused the extra point attempt to fail, leaving the score 21-13 DSU. Both defenses held strong from there with the Blue Hawks getting a couple huge 4th down stops to hold the lead.

White went 14-24 for 210 yards and 2 touchdowns on the day as DSU outgained the Vikings 326-188. Sickler caught seven passes for 151 yards and two touchdowns and Braden Zuroff took nine carries for 49 yards to pace the DSU offense.

WHATS NEXT

Dickinson State will hit the road one last time in the regular season when they take on Mayville State University on November 5 at 1 pm MT.


Scotties Defeat Baker In Opening Round Of Class B Football Playoffs

Saturday, October 29th 2022

1st Quarter: Glasgow- 0, Baker- 0
Half Time: Glasgow- 14, Baker- 6
3rd Quarter: Glasgow- 20, Baker- 12
FINAL SCORE: Glasgow- 34, Baker- 12

1st Quarter:
No Scores

2nd Quarter:
Glasgow: Tatum Hansen 21yd TD Run (Failed Conversion)- 8:35
Glasgow: Wyatt Babb 24yd TD Pass from Mason Donaldson (Tatum Hansen Run)- 2:54
Baker: Tucker Miller 10yd TD pass from Jesse Brawley (Failed Conversion)- 0:55

3rd Quarter:
Glasgow: Tatum Hansen 52yd TD Run (Failed Conversion)- 5:52
Baker: Cooper O'Connor 7yd TD Pass from Jesse Brawley (Failed Conversion)- 2:25

4th Quarter:
Glasgow: Tatum Hansen 57yd TD Run (Failed Conversion)- 11:11
Glasgow: Tatum Hansen 21yd TD Run (Toryn Richards Pass)- 7:29

The Scotties will travel to Bigfork to play in the second-round game this coming Saturday at 1 p.m.


Scottie Girls Win District 2B Volleyball Tournament

Saturday, October 29th 2022

The Scottie girls volleyball team defeated Malta 3-1 in the championship match of the 2B District Volleyball Tournament in Poplar on Saturday night.

Each match went back and forth between the two teams, but Glasgow prevailed 25-17, 22-25, 25-18, 25-17.

The Scotties are 12-4 on the year, going 3-0 in the district tournament; they lost just one game in tournament play.

Glasgow will enter the Northern B Tournament in Choteau as the #1 seed from the 2B district.


Montana High School Football Playoffs

Saturday, October 29th 2022

Montana High School Association

Football

Playoffs pairings

Class AA

Play-in games

Friday, Oct. 28

Kalispell Glacier 31, Billings Senior 0

Bozeman Gallatin 42, Missoula Big Sky 0

Butte 35, Great Falls 21

Missoula Sentinel 50, Great Falls CMR 31

Quarterfinals

Dates and times TBA

Glacier at Bozeman

Gallatin at Helena

Butte at Helena Capital

Sentinel at Billings West

Class A

First round

Friday, Oct. 28

Dillon 42, Frenchtown 34

Saturday, Oct. 29

Miles City at Columbia Falls, 1 p.m.

Libby at Laurel, 1 p.m.

Whitefish at Havre, 1 p.m.

Quarterfinals

Dates and times TBA

Fourth highest remaining seed after first round at Hamilton

Highest remaining seed after first round at Billings Central

Third highest remaining seed after first round at Lewistown

Second highest remaining seed after first round at Polson

Class B

First round

Saturday, Oct. 29

Missoula Loyola at Townsend, 1 p.m.

Fairfield at Shepherd, 1 p.m.

Manhattan at Bigfork, 1 p.m.

Baker at Glasgow, 1 p.m.

Cut Bank at Huntley Project, 1 p.m.

Whitehall at Florence, 1 p.m.

Red Lodge at Malta, 1 p.m.

Eureka at Jefferson, 1 p.m.

8-Man


First round

Saturday, Oct. 29

Park City at Drummond-Philipsburg, 1 p.m.

Charlo at Belt, 1 p.m.

Forsyth at Superior, 1 p.m.

Lone Peak at Culbertson, 1 p.m.

Cascade at Joliet, 1 p.m.

Fort Benton at Fairview, 1 p.m.

Chinook at Ennis, 1 p.m.

Circle at St. Ignatius, 1 p.m.

6-Man

First round

Friday, Oct. 28

Valier 52, Noxon 8

Big Sandy 61, Savage 6


Saturday, Oct. 29

White Sulphur Springs at Roy-Winifred, 1 p.m.

North Star at Broadview-Lavina, 1 p.m.

Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine at Medicine Lake-Froid, 1 p.m.

Chester-Joplin-Inverness at Hot Springs, 1 p.m.

Bridger at Richey-Lambert, 1 p.m.

Custer-Hysham-Melstone at Highwood, 1 p.m.


North Country Playing In Undefeated Semifinal Match At District 1-C Volleyball Tourney

Saturday, October 29th 2022


District 2-B Volleyball Results

Saturday, October 29th 2022

Match 1: Poplar 3 Harlem 1

Match 2: Wolf Point 3 Malta 1

Match 3: Glasgow 3 Poplar 0

M4: Malta vs Harlem

M5: Glasgow vs Wolf Point

M6: Malta vs Poplar

SAT. 5PM : Wolf Point vs Malta

6:30PM : Glasgow vs winner of WP/Malta match


Scotties Undefeated On Day One At 2B District Tournament

Friday, October 28th 2022

The Scotties defeated Poplar 25-9, 25-14, 25-9 in their first match on Friday afternoon at the 2B District Volleyball Tournament in Poplar.

Then, the Scotties rolled over Wolf Point 25-19, 25-20, 25-12.

Glasgow will next play in the championship match at 7 p.m. on Saturday.


McKean Runs At Conference For Lady Griz

Friday, October 28th 2022

Glasgow's Iris McKean ran in the Big Sky Conference Championships on Friday, finishing the 5k course in 59th place and a time of 18:52. She finished 5th on the team and was within 14 seconds of all of her teammates except top Lady Griz runner Annie Hill.

The Lady Griz finished ninth as a team in one of the deepest distance running conferences in the nation.
Montana will conclude its cross country season in two weeks at the NCAA Mountain Regional meet in Albuquerque, New Mexico (Nov. 11). Friday's meet was held in Spokane.

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District 1-C Volleyball Bracket After Day 1

Friday, October 28th 2022


District 1-C Volleyball Tourney Bracket

Wednesday, October 26th 2022

The District 1-C Volleyball Tourney begins on Thursday in Plentwyood.


Karst Retires As Scottie Cross Country Coach

Wednesday, October 26th 2022

Rod Karst is retiring from coaching Scottie Cross Country after serving as head coach for 25 years. This past summer Karst was inducted into the Montana Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

Scottie Activities Director Brenner Flaten told Kltz/Mix-93 that the head coach position will be advertised and applicants will be interviewed and a recommendation will be made to the Glasgow School Board.

Congratulations to Coach Karst on his highly successful Scottie Coaching career!

25 years as Head man of the XC Program

7 Girls XC State Team Championships

15 State Team Trophies in Boys/Girls XC

59 Individual All-State XC Runners

2022 Montana Coaches Association Hall of Fame Inductee


Scotties Open With Baker In First Round Of Class B Football Playoffs

Monday, October 24th 2022

The Scotties will play Baker in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday. The game is set for kickoff at 1pm. Glasgow beat Baker 18-6 earlier this season.


Scottie Volleyball Team #1 Seed Going Into District 2-B Tourney in Poplar

Monday, October 24th 2022

The Scottie Volleyball team is the top seed at this weekend’s District 2B Tournament in Poplar. The Scotties will open up with the winner of Harlem/Poplar on Friday at 1:00 PM.


GRD Women's Basketball League

Monday, October 24th 2022

GRD
Women’s Basketball League

Wednesday, October 19th 2022

6:30 Game 1
Basket Brawlers def. Hinsdale Raiders 40-38
High Scorers:
Basket Brawlers – Marisa Collins – 11
Hinsdale Raiders – Amanda Johnston – 11

7:30 Game 2
5th Ave Pharmacy def. Border Runners 52-46
High Scorers:
5th Ave Pharmacy – Linda Hudyma 20
Border Runners – Shawni Stenglien 18



Current Standings
5th Ave Pharmacy 2-0
Basket Brawlers 1-1
Border Runners 1-1
Hinsdale Raiders 0-2


Scottie Girls 4th, Boys 7th At State Cross Country

Sunday, October 23rd 2022

Girls: Columbus 91, Manhattan 96, Red Lodge 130, Glasgow 152, Huntley Project 175, Poplar 186, Thompson Falls 218, Broadwater 232, Jefferson 240, Three Forks 265

3. Tanae Baker, 19:43 All-State
4. Emily See, 19:45 All-State
38. Kimber Dulaney, 22:39
53. Riley Evenson-Glasoe, 23:14
54. Caylen Jankowski, 23:15
79. Kheyerah Bilger, 24:11
82. Haylly Turner, 24:36

Boys: St. Ignatius 63, Three Forks 112, Jefferson 129, Manhattan 156, Columbus 164, Joliet 185, Glasgow 206, Loyola-Sacred Heart 226, Bigfork 245, Broadwater 299

6. Reed Larsen, 16:58 All-State
27. Kyler Holinde, 18:16
33. Lane Thompson, 18:21
53. KJ Ingram, 18:58
87. Ted See, 19:49
103. Kyler Whitman, 20:14
110. Eli Feezell, 20:24


Scotties To Host Baker In Opening Round Of Playoffs

Sunday, October 23rd 2022

Scotties finish the regular season at 7-2 overall, 4-1 in Northern B Play. Glasgow will have the #2 seed out of the North in the Class B Playoffs and will host the Baker Spartans next Saturday 1 p.m. on Scottie Field.


College Football

Sunday, October 23rd 2022

Sacramento State 31, Montana 24 (OT)
Montana State 43, Weber State 38
Eastern Washington 17, Cal Poly 10
Idaho 56, Portland 21
Northern Arizona 24, Idaho State 10

Frontier Conference
Carroll 24, Rocky 0
Montana Tech 45, Southern Oregon 21
Montana Western 40, College of Idaho 35
Eastern Oregon 37, Northern 0


Scotties Throttle Wolf Point In Regular Season Finale

Saturday, October 22nd 2022

The Scottie football team cruised to a 68-13 win over Wolf Point in the regular season finale on Friday night at Scottie field.

Glasgow opened up the scoring just over five minutes into the contest with a 7-yard TD run from Tatum Hansen. Jack Cornwell ran in for the 2-point conversion.

Hansen then scored on a 40-yard run, with the 2-point conversion reception from Mason Donaldson to Cornwell.

Wolf Point got on the board late in the first quarter on a 47-yard TD reception to make it 16-6. It was all Scotties after that. Ashton Potter scored on a 34-yard reception from Donaldson, who then ran in the 2-point conversion. Soon after, Hansen went in on a 3-yard run. Shortly after, Mo Fast went in on a 16-yard run, with a conversion run from Toryn Richards. Richards then scored from 2 yards out later in the quarter, with Wyatt Babb getting the 2-point conversion pass.

After a 30-point second quarter, the Scotties scored twice in the third: Hansen scored on a 61-yard reception from Donaldson, with the 2-point conversion from Cornwell. Babb then scored late in the quarter on a 21-yard reception from Khye Gamas.

Wolf Point would score a touchdown in the 4th, but Glasgow came back less than 2 minutes later to close out the scoring on a Mason Hunter 10-yard run, and a conversion run from Gamas.

The Scotties will open up the first round of the class B playoffs this coming Saturday at 1 p.m.

1st Quarter: Glasgow: 16, Wolf Point: 6
Half Time: Glasgow: 46, Wolf Point: 6
3rd Quarter: Glasgow: 60, Wolf Point: 6
FINAL SCORE: Glasgow: 68, Wolf Point: 13

1st Quarter:
Glasgow- Tatum Hansen 7yd TD Run (Jack Cornwell Run)- 9:43
Glasgow- Tatum Hansen TD Run (Jack Cornwell Run)- 3:31
Wolf Point- Gaige Bushman 47yd TD pass from Juliun Benson (No Conversion)- 1:01

2nd Quarter:
Glasgow- Ashton Potter 34yd TD pass from Mason Donaldson (Mason Donaldson Run)- 11:36
(Ashton Potter runs a 65 yard punt return, stopped at the 4 yard line)
Glasgow- Tatum Hansen 4 yard TD Run (No Conversion)- 10:07
(Ashton Potter Interception)
Glasgow- Morgan (Mo) Fast 16yd TD Run (Toryn Richards Run)- 7:31
Glasgow- Toryn Richards 2yd TD Run (Wyatt Babb Pass)- 1:46

3rd Quarter:
Glasgow- Tatum Hansen 1yd TD Pass from Mason Donaldson (Jack Cornwell Run)- 9:55
Glasgow- Wyatt Babb 21yd TD Pass from Khye Gamas (No Conversion)- 0:00

4th Quarter
Wolf Point- Corey Martel TD Run (Kick Good)- 5:45
(Mason Hunter made it to the 10yd line on punt return)
Glasgow- Mason Hunter 10yd TD Run (Khye Gamas Run)


Scottie Volleyball #1 Seed In 2B District Tournament

Saturday, October 22nd 2022

The Scottie girls volleyball team enters the District 2B Volleyball Tournament as the #1 seed this coming weekend in Poplar.

Glasgow enters as the #1 seed, and will face the winner of the Harlem-Poplar match at 1 p.m. on Friday. If the Scotties win that match, they'll play against the winner of Malta-Wolf Point. That match is set for 4:30 on Friday.

The championship match is set for 7 p.m. on Saturday.


High School Football Scoreboard

Saturday, October 22nd 2022

Thursday
Bainville 34, Jordan 33
Billings Senior 40, Belgrade 13
Kalispell Glacier 84, Missoula Hellgate 15
Laurel 3, Havre 0
Missoula Big Sky 53, Kalispell Flathead 20
Thompson Falls 42, Anaconda 0
Friday
Baker 26, Colstrip 14
Bigfork 39, Eureka 0
Billings Central 62, Hardin 0
Bozeman 21, Billings West 13
Bozeman Gallatin 42, Billings Skyview 14
Choteau 38, Seeley-Swan 0
Cut Bank 22, Conrad 14
Dillon 42, Ronan 0
Florence-Carlton 35, Missoula Loyola 12
Frenchtown 49, East Helena 7
Glasgow 68, Wolf Point 13
Great Falls 24, Great Falls CMR 10
Helena Capital 13, Helena 3
Huntley Project 41, Red Lodge 7
Jefferson 43, Three Forks 6
Lewistown 36, Miles City 0
Libby 52, Corvallis 42
Lockwood 50, Livingston 0
Malta 48, Fairfield 14
Missoula Sentinel 49, Butte 21
Polson 34, Whitefish 28
Richey-Lambert 50, Savage 39
Shepherd 47, Roundup 0
Stevensville 34, Butte Central 21
Whitehall 42, Columbus 0


College Sports

Saturday, October 22nd 2022

College Football: Weber State @ Montana State, Noon pregame; 1 pm game time

College Football: Montana at Sacramento State, 7 pm pre-game, 9 pm game time

Frontier Conference Football
Rocky Mountain College @ Carroll College, 1 p.m.
College Of Idaho @ Montana Western, 1 p.m.
Southern Oregon @ Montana Tech, 1 p.m.
MSU-Northern @ Eastern Oregon, 1 p.m.

Dickinson State is off this weekend

Volleyball
Rocky Mountain College defeated MSU-Northern 25-19, 27-25, 25-14


Scottie Volleyball Wins Two

Friday, October 21st 2022

The Scottie volleyball team finished up the regular season with two conference wins this week.

On Wednesday, the Scotties knocked off Malta on the road, 25-16, 25-17, 16-25, 25-20.
Then, during senior night at home on Thursday, Glasgow defeated Wolf Point 25-15, 26-24, 25-21.

The Scottie girls will be the #1 seed in next weekend's District 2B Tournament in Poplar.


Scottie Cross Country Coach Rod Karst Announces Runners Who Will Compete At State

Monday, October 17th 2022

Scottie Cross Country Coach Rod Karst has announced the runners who will compete for Glasgow at State Cross Country.

Girls
Tanae Baker (10)
Emily See (11)
Kimber Dulaney (9)
Riley Evenson-Glasoe (10)
Caylon Jankowski (9)
Kyeherah Bilger (10)
Haylly Turner (12)
Mary Dykema (10-Alt)
Kira Beck (12 – Mgr)

Boys
Reed Larsen (12)
Kyler Holinde (10)
Lane Thompson (12)
KJ Ingram (11)
Ted See (10)
Eli Feezell (11)
Kyler Whitman (9)
Adam Mickelson (10 – Alt)
Girls race @ 1:10 p.m.
Boys race @ 2:20 p.m.


Huntsman Becomes First 8th Grader To Compete In High School Varsity Athletics For Scotties

Monday, October 17th 2022

This is a post made by Andrew McKean who is the coach for the Glasgow Middle School Cross Country Team. The future of Scottie Cross Country is bright!

A big shout-out to Haleigh Huntsman- trailblazer. She's the first middle school Scottie to race as a varsity cross country runner, taking advantage of a Montana High School Association rule change that allows 8th graders to compete in varsity sports. After a lot of consideration, she made the leap at yesterday's Harlem Invitational, with impressive results.

Haleigh not only doubled the distance of her races, moving from 1.5 miles to 3.1 miles, but she crushed the Harlem course, finishing 8th overall and 4th on a very good Scottie girls team. Even more impressive, she broke the significant 22-minute mark (her time was 21:59), putting her in the 10 ten fastest Scotties all-time. Not bad for an 8th grader

We pondered this decision a lot, weighing risk with reward, but at the end of the day it was Haleigh's own work ethic, competitiveness, and ability to rise to the occasion - regardless of all the pressure she felt - that makes this a singular achievement. Congrats, Haleigh. I think you're fully ready for the next level.

This was added by GHS Activities Director Brenner Flaten:

Huntsman becomes first 8th Grader to compete in High School Varsity Athletics for the Scotties! Hayleigh ran a 21:59.6 at the 5K in Harlem.

The MHSA - Montana High School Association will have 8th grade runners at the state meet for the first time this weekend.

8th Grader, Aeris Stewart (Shelby), holds the 5th fastest time in the state this fall for Class B girls with a 19:28.8 and 8th Grade, Aubrey Baxter (Thompson Falls) sits 16th in Class B Girls with a time of 21:15.

Other 8th Graders around Montana making waves with this new opportunity:
Karis Brightwings-Pease (Hardin) FASTEST time in Class A Girls w/ a 18:26.3
Zoey Real Bird (Hardin) 6th fastest time in Class A Girls w/ a 19:35.4
Ben Bird (Hardin) 2nd fastest fastest time in Class A Boys w/ a 16:11.6


Prep Football Scores

Sunday, October 16th 2022

Thursday

Belgrade 24, Billings Skyview 22

Big Sandy 2, Great Falls Central 0 (forfeit)

Drummond-Philipsburg 62, Seeley-Swan 0

Savage 41, Jordan 12

Friday

Arlee 74, Valley Christian 32

Belt 46, Chinook 12

Big Timber 33, Townsend 27

Bigfork 20, Florence-Carlton 19

Billings West 27, Great Falls CMR 3

Bridger 58, Absarokee 6

Butte 55, Missoula Hellgate 0

Charlo 54, Plains 20

Circle 63, Poplar 22

Columbia Falls 24, Whitefish 20

Conrad 34, Wolf Point 14

Corvallis 38, Ronan 21

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 41, Shields Valley 0

Dillon 51, East Helena 0

Ennis 44, Cascade 38

Eureka 48, Anaconda 14

Fairfield 7, Cut Bank 0

Fairview 62, Ekalaka 12

Fort Benton 50, Shelby 20

Frenchtown 43, Stevensville 7

Froid-Lake 63, Richey-Lambert 12

Fromberg-Belfry 32, Reed Point-Rapelje 19

Great Falls 28, Billings Senior 0

Hamilton 54, Libby 13

Havre 42, Livingston 0

Helena Capital 40, Missoula Sentinel 6

Huntley Project 63, Colstrip 12

Jefferson 48, Columbus 12

Joliet 56, Park City 6

Kalispell Glacier 49, Kalispell Flathead 14

Laurel 42, Glendive 0

Lewistown 17, Billings Central 7

Lone Peak 44, Sheridan 21

Malta 37, Glasgow 6

Manhattan 50, Three Forks 6

Miles City 37, Sidney 27

Missoula Loyola 28, Thompson Falls 13

Red Lodge 42, Roundup 0

Shepherd 46, Baker 8

Simms 51, Deer Lodge 0

Superior 56, Darby 20

Twin Bridges 52, Gardiner 13

Valier 57, Box Elder 25

Victor 70, Troy 52

Saturday

Denton- Geyser- Stanford-Geraldine 28, Hobson-Moore 26

Hot Springs 63, Lima 12

Lockwood 28, Hardin 16

Lodge Grass 54, Plenty Coups 30

North Star 40, Heart Butte 7

Power-Dutton-Brady 48, Sunburst 7

White Sulphur Springs 28, West Yellowstone 20

Wibaux 55, Bainville 14


Big Sky Conference Football Scores

Sunday, October 16th 2022

Idaho 30, Montana 23
Montana State 37, Northern Colorado 14
Weber State 42, Portland State 7
Idaho State 40, Cal Poly 31
Cal Davis 56, Northern Arizona 27
Sacramento State 52, Eastern Washington 28


Scottie Volleyball Squad Falls To Sidney

Saturday, October 15th 2022

Sidney def. Glasgow 26-24, 9-25, 25-22, 21-25, 15-11

Aces: Tatum Nyquist 7
Kills: Carly Nelson 13
Assists: Daley Aune 22
Blocks: Ava Lloyd 6
Digs: Daley Aune 18


Prep Football Scores

Saturday, October 15th 2022

Thursday

Belgrade 24, Billings Skyview 22

Big Sandy 2, Great Falls Central 0 (forfeit)

Drummond-Philipsburg 62, Seeley-Swan 0

Savage 41, Jordan 12

Friday

Arlee 74, Valley Christian 32

Belt 46, Chinook 12

Big Timber 33, Townsend 27

Bigfork 20, Florence-Carlton 19

Billings West 27, Great Falls CMR 3

Bozeman 38, Bozeman Gallatin 14

Bridger 58, Absarokee 6

Charlo 54, Plains 20

Circle 63, Poplar 22

Columbia Falls 24, Whitefish 20

Conrad 34, Wolf Point 14

Corvallis 38, Ronan 21

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 41, Shields Valley 0

Dillon 51, East Helena 0

Eureka 48, Anaconda 14

Fairfield 7, Cut Bank 0

Fort Benton 50, Shelby 20

Fromberg-Belfry 32, Reed Point-Rapelje 19

Great Falls 28, Billings Senior 0

Hamilton 54, Libby 13

Helena 40, Missoula Big Sky 3

Helena Capital 40, Missoula Sentinel 6

Huntley Project 63, Colstrip 12

Jefferson 48, Columbus 12

Joliet 56, Park City 6

Kalispell Glacier 49, Kalispell Flathead 14

Laurel 42, Glendive 0

Lewistown 17, Billings Central 7

Lone Peak 44, Sheridan 21

Malta 37, Glasgow 6

Manhattan 50, Three Forks 6

Miles City 37, Sidney 27

Missoula Loyola 28, Thompson Falls 13

Red Lodge 42, Roundup 0

Shepherd 46, Baker 8

Simms 51, Deer Lodge 0

Superior 56, Darby 20

Twin Bridges 52, Gardiner 13

Valier 57, Box Elder 25

Victor 70, Troy 52


Bluehawks Defeat Waldorf On Homecoming

Saturday, October 15th 2022

The Dickinson State University Bluehawks defeated the #22 ranked Waldorf Warriors by a score of 50-7, for their homecoming football contest. The Hawks took advantage of 7 Waldorf turnovers on their way to the conference victory.

DSU totaled 415 yards in the contest, and were led offensively by quarterback Aaron White, who was 17-26 passing, for 213 yards, and had 2 touchdowns in the contest. White was selected player of the game by the KDIX radio crew. Noah Sickler led the Bluehawks in receiving yards, hauling in 5 passes for 52 yards. Wade James, The DSU kicker, set the Dickinson State record for field goals in a single game with 5.

Dickinson State moves to 3-0 in conference play, and is now 5-2 overall. Waldorf falls to 2-1 in conference play, and is now 6-2 overall. After dropping their first two, the Bluehawks have now won 5 straight football games, and will host Valley City State University next Saturday in Dickinson.

1st Quarter: DSU 10, Waldorf 7
Half Time: DSU 24, Waldorf 7
3rd Quarter: DSU 30, Waldorf 7
Final Score:DSU 50, Waldorf 7


1st Quarter:
DSU - Riley Linder 1yd TD Run (Wade James Kick)- 6:07
DSU - Wade James 36yd Field Goal- 4:05
Waldorf - Seth Oakes 9 yd Reception from Jordan Cooper (Connor Parker Kick)- 0:45

2nd Quarter:
DSU - Conor McCarvel 2yd Reception from Aaron White (Wade James Kick)- 8:37
DSU - Noah Sickler 11yd Reception from Aaron White (Wade James Kick)- 0:22

3rd Quarter:
DSU - Wade James 22yd Field Goal- 9:50
DSU - Wade James 24yd Field Goal- 4:02

4th Quarter
DSU - Alec Lovegren 3yd TD Run (Wade James Kick)- 14:00
DSU - Alec Lovegren 3yd TD Run (Wade James Kick)- 10:47
DSU - Wade James 31yd Field Goal- 7:04
DSU - Wade James 28yd Field Goal- 3:51


Scottie Boys And Girls XC Teams Run To Victory In Harlem

Friday, October 14th 2022

Both Glasgow's boys' and girls' cross country teams raced to team victories at the Harlem Invitational on Friday. The boys finished with a team score of 18, and had runners place 2,3, 6, 7, and 12. They were led by Reed Larsen, who finished in 2nd place with a time of 16:03.

The Glasgow girls' finished with a team score of 21 points. They were led by Tanae Baker, who finished in first place with a time of 18:28, followed by Emily See in 2nd place with a time of 18:54. The Scotties will compete at the State XC Meet in Missoula next Saturday, October 22nd.

Boys Results
2. Reed Larsen 16:03
3. Kyler Hollinde 17:13
6. KJ Ingram 18:06
7. Lane Thompson 18:08
12. Ted See 18:43
13. Kyler Whitman 19:27
18. Adam Mickelson 20:08
20. Eli Feezel 20:16
25. James Seekins 21:03
29. Jordan Cook 21:42
33. Malin Beck 21:56
38. Dylan Hlad 22:37
39. Owen Thompson 23:10

Girls Results
1. Tanae Baker- 18:28
2. Emily See- 18:54
7. Kimber Dulaney- 21:22
8. Hayleigh Huntsman- 21:59
10. Caylen Jankowski- 22:20
13. Kheyerah Bilger- 22:54
15. Haylly Turner- 23:30
18. Riley Evenson-Glasoe- 24:16
20. Mary Dykema- 24:38
27. Josie Kemp- 26:20
36. Eve Stone- 37:21


Area Volleyball Scores

Friday, October 14th 2022

Glasgow defeats Poplar
25-16, 25-14, 25-15
Aces: Daley Aune 13
Kills: Tatum Nyquist 10
Assists: Daley Aune 17
Blocks: Piper Johnson 3
Digs: Samantha Tryan and Carly Nelson 8

NASHUA 3, LUSTRE CHRISTIAN 0
Lustre Christian;12;21;18;
Nashua;25;25;25;

PLENTYWOOD 3, CULBERTSON 0
Culbertson;20;16;8;
Plentywood;25;25;25;

CULBERTSON: Aces – Mariana Burciaga 2; Perla Burciaga 1; Makena Hauge 1. Assists – Alicyn Ator 11; Makena Hauge 1; Leandea Perkins 1. Digs – Perla Burciaga 8; Makena Hauge 5; Alicyn Ator 4; Jazzmin Fugere 3; Mariana Burciaga 2. Kills – Makena Hauge 4; Perla Burciaga 2; Jazzmin Fugere 2; Destiny Thompson 1; Leandea Perkins 1. Blocks – Makena Hauge 5; Perla Burciaga 1.

PLENTYWOOD: Aces – 17; Audrey Sampsen 5; Lexi Kittelson 5; Emma Brensdal 2; Mallory Tommerup 1. Assists – 22; Emma Brensdal 14; Mallory Tommerup 4. Digs – 35; Lexi Kittelson 15; Audrey Sampsen 7; Mallory Tommerup 6. Kills – 35; Mallory Tommerup 17; Audrey Sampsen 8; Emma Brensdal 7. Blocks – 6; Audrey Sampsen 3; Mallory Tommerup 1; Emma Brensdal 1.


Scotties Fall To Malta 37-6

Friday, October 14th 2022

The Malta Mustangs defeated Glasgow by a score of 37-6 in a battle of undefeated teams in conference play, in a Northern B Conference football game in Malta on Friday night. The game was close, as Malta led by a score of 8-6 until the closing seconds of the first half, when Malta's Cameron Mears would find the end zone on a 1 yard run. Malta would convert the 2 point conversion to take a 16-6 lead at halftime, and then never looked back, scoring 29 unanswered points, on their way to the victory.

Malta used a balanced offensive attack, as they finished with 179 rushing yards, and 124 yards passing. The Scotties finished the game with 118 rushing yards, led by Tatum Hansen who finished with 92 yards on the ground, while Mason Donaldson finished the game with 101 yards passing for Glasgow. Glasgow was hampered by 8 turnovers in the game, including 4 fumbles and 4 interceptions, while the Mustangs had 4 turnovers of their own.

With the victory, Malta moves to 4-0 in conference play and 7-1 overall, and will take over sole possession of 1st place, while Glasgow will fall to 3-1 in conference play, while their overall record will drop to 6-2.


1Q- Malta 8, Glasgow 0
HALF- Malta 16, Glasgow 6
3Q- Malta 24, Glasgow 6
FINAL- Malta 37, Glasgow 6


Scoring Plays:

1st Quarter:

Malta: Spencer Gibbs 17 yard reception from Stockton Oxarart (Gibbs Run)- 7:04

2nd Quarter:
Glasgow: Tatum Hansen 35 yard run (run failed)- 5:01
Malta: Cameron Mears 1 yard run (Gibbs Run)- :57

3rd Quarter:
Malta: Oxarart 35 yard run (Gibbs Run)- 7:44

4th Quarter:
Malta: Oxarart pass to Darrington (kick failed)- 3:30
Malta: Spencer Gibbs 9 yard fumble return (Kayden Bishop, Kick good)- 2:11


Scottie Cross Country Teams Win Malta Invitational

Sunday, October 9th 2022

The Scottie Cross Country teams easily won the Malta Invitational on Saturday. The Scottie Boys had 8 runners in the top 10 while the Scottie Girls had 5 runners in the top 10.

Boys:

Reed Larsen 1st 17:07
Kyler Holinde 2nd 18:11
Lane Thompson 4th 18:59
KJ Ingram 5th 19:39
Ted See 6th 19:46
Kyler Whitman 8th 20:23
Eli Feezell 9th 20:36
Adam Mickelson 10th 20:50
Jordan Cook 18th
James Seekins 22nd
Owen Thompson 25th
Malin Beck 26th
Vick Overbey 29th
Dylan Hlad 31st

Girls:

Tanae Baker 1st 19:15
Emily See 3rd 20:14
Kimber Dulaney 7th 23:16
Riley Evenson-Glasoe 8th 23:27
Caylen Jankowski 10th 23:43
Kheyerah Bilger 14th
Haylly Turner 15th
Josie Kemp 20th
Mary Dykema 22nd
Eve Stone 42nd


Prep Football Scores

Sunday, October 9th 2022

Thursday

Great Falls 38, Billings Skyview 8

Helena Capital 52, Missoula Hellgate 13

Park City 55, Lodge Grass 8

Friday

Arlee 62, Troy 20

Belt 57, Harlem 12

Bigfork 47, Missoula Loyola 14

Billings Central 35, Sidney 0

Billings West 34, Billings Senior 21

Bozeman 36, Great Falls CMR 11

Bozeman Gallatin 40, Belgrade 14

Broadview-Lavina 58, Fromberg-Belfry 7

Cascade 32, Seeley-Swan 24

Colstrip 48, Roundup 26

Columbia Falls 69, Browning 12

Corvallis 52, East Helena 13

Culbertson 40, Fairview 28

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 40, Bridger 22

Drummond-Philipsburg 58, Sheridan 6

Ennis 52, Choteau 14

Eureka 59, Thompson Falls 13

Fairfield 35, Wolf Point 0

Florence-Carlton 46, Anaconda 0

Fort Benton 2, Hays-Lodgepole 0 (forfeit)

Frenchtown 36, Butte Central 0

Glasgow 60, Conrad 0

Glendive 48, Livingston 6

Hamilton 42, Ronan 7

Havre 36, Lockwood 7

Helena 34, Kalispell Flathead 7

Highwood 40, Denton- Geyser- Stanford-Geraldine 14

Hobson-Moore 38, Harlowton-Ryegate-Judith Gap 0

Huntley Project 62, Baker 0

Kalispell Glacier 55, Butte 41

Laurel 12, Miles City 7

Lewistown 55, Hardin 18

Malta 35, Cut Bank 6

Manhattan 12, Jefferson 0

Missoula Sentinel 43, Missoula Big Sky 13

Noxon 42, Gardiner 7

Richey-Lambert 77, Wibaux 46

Roy-Winifred 35, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 28

Shepherd 32, Red Lodge 13

Shields Valley 48, Reed Point-Rapelje 6

Simms 54, Lone Peak 48

St. Ignatius 64, Darby 14

Superior 56, Charlo 32

Townsend 47, Columbus 8

Valier 18, Power-Dutton-Brady 14

Whitefish 48, Libby 39

Whitehall 35, Big Timber 6

Saturday

Joliet 50, Shelby 12

Froid-Lake 54, Jordan 12

Great Falls Central 66, Sunburst 44

North Star 81, Box Elder 39

Savage 57, Bainville 18

West Yellowstone 41, Twin Bridges 34


Scottie Volleyball Team Sweeps Harlem

Sunday, October 9th 2022

GLASGOW 3, HARLEM 0
Harlem;18;9;19;
Glasgow;25;25;25;
GLASGOW: Aces – Macy Martin 5; Joely Chappell 5. Assists – Daley Aune 18. Digs – Samantha Tryan 12. Kills – Carly Nelson 12. Blocks – Piper Johnson 4.


Dickinson State Defeats Iowa Wesleyan 23-0

Sunday, October 9th 2022

The Dickinson State (4-2, 2-0 NSAA) defense forced six turnovers and held Iowa Wesleyan (3-4, 1-1 NSAA) scoreless to win 23-0 for their second consecutive North Star Athletic Association road win.

Dickinson State jumped ahead early on a 12-play 82-yard drive on their opening possesion to take an early 7-0 lead. Aaron White found Riley Linder on a 4-yard TD pass to start the scoring. The teams traded punts on the following two possesion before the Blue Hawk defense forced its first turnover. On Iowa Wesleyan's next possesion JaQuawhann Booth got into the Tiger backfield to force a fumble, but IWU was able to recover to retain possesion. Six plays later, Dawson McGlothlin intercepted a Zach Chevalier pass in the DSU endzone to end the drive, and the threat.

A 57-yard receiving touchdown by Isaiah Kludt on the ensuing possesion gave DSU a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter. The Blue Hawk defense forced its second turnover of the half at the 09:21 mark of the second quarter when Keaton Meschke picked off a pass in Tiger territory and returned it 17 yards to the IWU 23. A Wade James 40-yard field goal gave the Blue Hawks a 17-0 lead with 09:06 left in the half. On the next Tiger posessions Jayden Heartwell forced a fumble on a completed pass that was recovered by Krew Mathern, giving DSU the ball right back. The Tigers got the ball right back with an interception of their own, but DSU again forced a takeaway whe Mathern forced, and recovered, a fumble three plays later giving DSU the ball on their own 19. Dickinson State could not turn the possesion into points and were forced to punt. On the next Iowa Wesleyan possesion, the DSU defense forced a fourth consecutive turnover when McGlothlin snagged his second interception of the day, returning it 36 yards to the IWU 11. The Tiger defense held strong and forced DSU into another James field goal, bringing the score to 20-0 at the half.

On the opening possesion of the second half Dickinson State almost forced a fifth consecutive turnover when Evan Henke forced a fumble after a completed pass, but IWU was able to recover. DSU got a fourth down stop on the next play to get the ball back. James added another field goal with 05:13 remaining in the quarter to make the score 23-0, DSU. At the end of the quarter, Jermani Brown collected the Blue Hawks fourth interception to end an IWU possesion that started at the DSU 31 thanks to a DSU fumble.

Overall, DSU outgained IWU 387-367. QB Aaron White went 17-34 with 2 TD and 1 INT to lead the Blue Hawk offensive effort. Riley Linder had 55 yards and a TD on 11 carries, while Isaiah Kludt caught five passes for 92 yards and TD to lead DSU on the ground and through the air, respectively.

WHATS NEXT

The Blue Hawks return home next week to take on Waldorf University on Saturday, October 15. It is Homecoming Week at DSU with festivities happening throughout the week, so check out dsubluehawks.com and all Dickinson State social media pages for schedules and details.


Big Sky Conference Scoreboard

Sunday, October 9th 2022

Montana State 37, Idaho State 6
Portland State 48, Lincoln (CA 6
Northern Arizona 31, Cal Poly 29
Weber State 45, Eastern Washington 21
Sacramento State 55, Northern Colorado 7


Frontier Conference Scoreboard

Sunday, October 9th 2022

Rocky Mountain 28, Eastern Oregon 6
College of Idaho 27, Montana Tech 24
Carroll College 47, MSU-Northern 3
Southern Oregon 49, Montana Western 14


Scotties Shut Down Cowboys In Homecoming Game

Saturday, October 8th 2022

Glasgow ran all over Conrad in Friday night's homecoming game, shutting out the Cowboys 60-0. The Scotties scored 30 points in the first quarter, tacked on 16 in the second, added 6 points in the third and 8 points in the fourth quarter. Glasgow is now 3-0 in conference play, and 6-1 overall. They travel to Malta this coming Friday night.

Glasgow Hansen 9 Yd. Run (Cornwell Run is Good) 9:18 1ST QTR
Glasgow Richards 1 Yd. Run (Run is No Good) 4:40 1ST QTR
Glasgow Donaldson to Fast 28 yd TD (Hansen Run is Good) 3:18 1ST QTR
Glasgow Hunter 7 Yd. Run (Cornwell Run is Good) 0:09 1ST QTR
Glasgow Donaldson 9 Yd. Run (Babb Reception is Good) 8:55 2ND QTR
Glasgow Donaldson to Cornwell 31 Yd. TD (Hoerster Run is Good) 2:15 2ND QTR
Glasgow Gamas to Miller 14 Yd. TD (Run is Not Good) 4:50 3RD QTR
Glasgow Hunter 1 Yd Run (Hudyma Run is Good) 8:07 4TH QTR

Jack Cornwell was named the 2022 Norm Thompson Award winner for the Outstanding Player of the annual Homecoming Football game.


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, October 8th 2022

Billings Central 35, Sidney 0
Billings West 34, Billings Senior 21
Bozeman 36, Great Falls CMR 11
Bozeman Gallatin 40, Belgrade 14
Culbertson 40, Fairview 28
Eureka 59, Thompson Falls 13
Fairfield 35, Wolf Point 0
Florence-Carlton 46, Anaconda 0
Glasgow 60, Conrad 0
Glendive 48, Livingston 6
Helena 34, Kalispell Flathead 7
Huntley Project 62, Baker 0
Kalispell Glacier 55, Butte 41
Laurel 12, Miles City 7
Lewistown 55, Hardin 18
Havre 36, Lockwood 7
Malta 35, Cut Bank 6
Manhattan 12, Jefferson 0
Missoula Sentinel 43, Missoula Big Sky 13
Richey-Lambert 77, Wibaux 46
Shepherd 32, Red Lodge 13
Townsend 47, Columbus 8
Whitefish 48, Libby 39
Whitehall 35, Big Timber 6


Friday Night Volleyball Scores

Saturday, October 8th 2022

Fairview defeated Lustre Christian 25-11, 26-24, 25-16
Froid-Lake defeated Nashua 25-18, 25-16, 25-9
Scobey defeated Westby-Grenora 26-24, 23-25, 25-9, 19-25, 15-2


Saturday College Football Schedule

Saturday, October 8th 2022

Idaho State at Montana State, 2 pm KLTZ
Dickinson State at Iowa Wesleyan, Noon Mix-93

Frontier Conference
Carroll College @ MSU-Northern
Eastern Oregon @ Rocky Mountain College
Montana Tech @ College Of Idaho
Montana Western @ Southern Oregon



MTN Sports High School Football Rankings

Thursday, October 6th 2022

MTN Sports High school football rankings

(Through games of Sept. 30-Oct. 1)

CLASS AA

1. Helena Capital (6-0)

2. Helena (5-1)

3. Missoula Sentinel (5-1)

4. Billings West (4-2)

5. Bozeman Gallatin (5-1)

CLASS A

1. Hamilton (6-0)

2. Lewistown (6-0)

3. Billings Central (6-0)

4. Polson (6-0)

5. Columbia Falls (5-1)


CLASS B

1. Huntley Project (6-0)

2. Bigfork (5-0)

3. Florence (5-1)

4. Townsend (5-1)

5. Jefferson (4-2)

6. Malta (5-1)

7. Glasgow (5-1)

8. Big Timber (4-2)

9. Eureka (4-2)

10. Whitehall (4-2)

8-MAN

1. St. Ignatius (6-0)

2. Drummond-Philipsburg (6-0)

3. Belt (6-0)

4. Superior (5-0)

5. Chinook (6-0)

6. Ennis (5-1)

7. Culbertson (5-1)

8. Fairview (5-1)

9. Joliet (4-1)

10. Charlo (4-2)

6-MAN

1. Big Sandy (6-0)

2. Broadview-Lavina (6-0)

3. Bridger (5-1)

4. C-J-I (5-1)

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

6. Roy-Winifred (5-1)

7. Savage (4-1)

8. D-G-S-G (5-1)

9. Valier (5-1)

10. Jordan (5-1)


Big Sky Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, October 2nd 2022

Montana 28, Idaho State 20
Portland State 35, Northern Arizona 27
Sacramento State 49, Cal Poly 21
Idaho 55, Northern Colorado 35
Montana State 41, UC Davis 24


Frontier Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, October 2nd 2022

College of Idaho 31, Carroll College 20
Montana Tech 73, MSU-Northern 0
Southern Oregon 42, Eastern Oregon 14
Rocky Mountain College 41, Montana Western 26


Dickinson State Defeats Dakota State 27-7

Sunday, October 2nd 2022

The Dickinson State football team (3-2, 1-0 NSAA) used smothering defense to run past Dakota State (2-3, 0-1 NSAA), 27-7, to open up North Star Athletic Association play.

A forced fumble by Matt Anderson on the Trojans' first play from scrimmage set the tone for the game as the Dickinson State defense held host Dakota State to just 95 yards of total offense. Seven plays later the Blue Hawks used a Wade James field goal to take a 3-0 lead just minutes into the game. After failed drives by both teams, DSU forced another turnover when Brock Jones intercepted a Trojan pass at the DaSU 30-yard line. A 28-yard pass from Aaron White to Noah Sickler set the Blue Hawks up with first and goal from the DaSU 2, and two plays later Alec Lovegren powered into the endzone for a 10-0 DSU lead.

On the Blue Hawks first drive of the second quarter DSU had great field position thanks to a 56 yard punt return by Isaiah Kludt. They took advantage of that field position as White found Conor McCarvel on a 16-yard touchdown pass for a 17-0 lead. On the Trojan's ensuing drive, Krew Mathern sacked QB Cameron McKeon and forced a fumble that was recovered by Matt Anderson at the DaSU 19. Dickinson State was unable to capitilize, however, as they were forced into a turnover on downs. Neither team could get much going offensively the rest of the half and DSU entered the break still up 17-0.

The Blue Hawks added to their lead early in the 3rd quarter when White found Sickler again, this time for a 71 yard touchdown reception, giving the visitors a commanding 24-0 lead. At the end of the quarter, the Blue Hawk special teams took their turn forcing a turnover as Darion Brown forced, and recovered, a fumble on a punt return to give DSU the ball back at midfield. Another James field goal late in the fourth quarter got the Blue Hawks to a 27-0 lead before the Trojans finally scored with 56 seconds remaining in the contest to make it 27-7.

Overall, the Blue Hawks outgained the Trojans 323-95. QB Aaron White was 17-29 for 207 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions, while Noah Sickler led the receiving core with four catches for 114 yards. Alec Lovegren led the ground attack with 14 rushes for 48 yards and a touchdown. Matt Anderson led the Blue Hawk defense with eight tackles, three for a loss, while Krew Mathern continued to pile up sacks with two more in the game. JaQuawhann Booth added 1.5 sacks as well.

WHATS NEXT

The Blue Hawks will return to action next week when they travel to Pleasant City, IA to take on NSAA foe Iowa Wesleyan on Saturday, October 8 at 12 pm MT.


McKean Runs To Personal Best In Griz Home Cross Country Meet

Saturday, October 1st 2022

(From GoGriz.com)
Annie Hill, a Kalispell native who transferred to Montana after beginning her collegiate career at Colorado, won the women's 5k race with a time of 17:13.3. The time was nearly a full minute better than she ran 2 weeks ago, in her Griz debut.

Of the 17 attached runners, Montana had the top five times and six of the top seven.

Following Hill was Bridget Boyle (18:19.1), Iris McKean (PR 18:24.8), Kayla Ingraham (PR 18:25.9) and Jaylyn Hallgrimson (PR 18:38.1). Overall, the Griz women posted five personal bests, including from McKean, who ran 1:25 faster than she did at the start of the month, and Hallgrimson, who was more than a minute faster than her previous-best time.

The Grizzlies will compete again next weekend in Lewiston, Idaho, for their final tuneup before the Big Sky Championships at the end of October.


Friday Prep Football Scores

Saturday, October 1st 2022

Montana high school football scores

Thursday

Bozeman 38, Billings Senior 3

Drummond-Philipsburg 48, Cascade 20

North Star 55, Sunburst 19

Shelby 70, Rocky Boy 8

Friday

Arlee 44, Plains 8

Baker 24, Roundup 0

Belt 28, Joliet 8

Bigfork 42, Anaconda 0

Big Sandy 60, Box Elder 7

Billings Central 38, Laurel 3

Billings West 44, Billings Skyview 7

Bozeman Gallatin 20, Great Falls Cmr 17

Bridger 37, Shields Valley 22

Broadview-Lavina 57, Absarokee 0

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 22, Hobson-Moore 7

Chinook 42, St. Regis-Mullan (Id) 26

Corvallis 37, Stevensville 8

Culbertson 59, Plentywood 19

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 56, Fromberg-Belfry 6

Cut Bank 22, Wolf Point 7

Ennis 36, Deer Lodge 0

Denton- Geyser- Stanford-Geraldine 0, Roy-Winifred 0

Dillon 47, Butte Central 14

Eureka 33, Missoula Loyola 7

Fairview 58, Westby-Grenora 8

Florence-Carlton 49, Thompson Falls 8

Forsyth 76, Lodge Grass 0

Fort Benton 58, Harlem 0

Glasgow 16, Fairfield 6

Great Falls 49, Belgrade 7

Hamilton 43, East Helena 0

Harlowton-Ryegate 32, West Yellowstone 24

Havre 26, Glendive 12

Helena 24, Kalispell Glacier 21

Helena Capital 41, Butte 0

Hot Springs 38, Noxon 26

Huntley Project 56, Shepherd 16

Jefferson 19, Big Timber 14

Lone Peak 22, Choteau 18

Miles City 54, Livingston 0

Missoula Big Sky 20, Missoula Hellgate 19

Missoula Sentinel 70, Kalispell Flathead 7

Park City 27, Broadus 22

Polson 32, Columbia Falls 31

Red Lodge 55, Colstrip 0

Sidney 47, Hardin 12

Simms 58, Seeley-Swan 12

St. Ignatius 44, Charlo 0

Townsend 35, Whitehall 14

Whitefish 43, Ronan 13

Wibaux 42, Jordan 25


Prep Volleyball Scores From Friday

Saturday, October 1st 2022

Glasgow Defeats Fairview 3-1
Glasgow 14-25, 25-14, 25-22, 25-18

BAINVILLE 3, NASHUA 0
Nashua;16;17;18;
Bainville;25;25;25;

LUSTRE CHRISTIAN 3, FRAZER 0
Frazer;15;15;16;
Lustre Christian;25;25;25;


Scottie XC Girls 3rd, Boys Finish 6th At Miles City Invitational

Saturday, October 1st 2022

The Glasgow Scottie girls' cross country team finished in 3rd place, while the boys finished in 6th place at the Miles City Invitational on Saturday. The Glasgow girls were led by Tanae Baker, who ran to a 3rd place individual finish in a time of 18:52, while Emily See finished in 5th with a time of 19:23.

The boys were led individually by Reed Larsen who finished in 5th place with a time of 16:30, while Kyler Holinde finished in 26th place with a time of 17:45.

Individual Results:

Boys- 6th place (202 team score)

5. Reed Larsen 16:30
26. Kyler Holinde 17:45
42. Lane Thompson 18:42
55. KJ Ingram 19:09
74. Ted See 20:04
75. Adam Mickelson 20:11
78. Eli Feezel 20:25

JV
Kyler Whitman 39th 21:10
James Seekins 50th 21:55
Malin Beck 56th 2:08
Owen Thompson 63rd 22:30
Jordan Cook 64th 22:43
Dylan Hlad 72nd 23:54
Vick Overbey 74th 24:27

Girls- 3rd Place (140 team score)

3. Tanae Baker 18:52
5. Emily See 19:23
31. Kimber Dulaney 22:26
48. Kheyerah Bilger 23:37
53. Caylen Jankowski 23:59
56. Riley Evenson-Glasoe 24:03
62. Haylly Turner 24:33

JV
Josie Kemp 31st 26:02
Mary Dykema 33rd 26:10
Eve Stone 52nd 34:33


Scotties Defeat Eagles 16-6

Friday, September 30th 2022

On a rainy night in Fairfield, the Scotties came away with a hard-fought Northern B conference victory over the Eagles by a score of 16-6. This was a tightly-contested game fraught with turnovers for both teams. Glasgow finished with 3 turnovers in the game, while the Eagles had 5. The Scotties got on the board early, as they scored on a 60 yard touchdown pass from Mason Donaldson to Wyatt Babb to take a 6-0 lead. Fairfield would then tie the score on a 2 yard touchdown run from quarterback Cooper Christianson with just 28 seconds to play in the first half. Glasgow would then take an 8-6 lead in the third quarter on a safety, as Jace Nickels sacked Christianson in the end zone. The Scotties would score once more with 1:10 remaining, as Tatum Hansen scored on a 67 yard touchdown run, to seal the victory.

Glasgow moves their record to 5-1 on the season, and improve to 2-0 in conference play. Fairfield falls to 2-3 on the season, while their conference record moves to 1-1. Glasgow will host Conrad, next Friday night in Glasgow, While Fairfield will play host to Cut Bank.

1Q- Glasgow 6, Fairfield 0
HALF- Glasgow 6, Fairfield 6
3Q- Glasgow 8, Fairfield 6
FINAL- Glasgow 16, Fairfield 6


Scoring Plays:

1Q- (Glasgow)-Wyatt Babb 60 yard TD reception from Mason Donaldson (run failed)- 6:10

2Q- (Fairfield)- Cooper Christianson 2 yard TD run (run failed)- :28

3Q-(Glasgow)- Ethan Nickels sacked Fairfield QB (Christianson) in the end zone- 7:55

4Q-(Glasgow)- Tatum Hansen 67 yard TD run (Donaldson run)- 1:10


Montanasports.com High School Football Rankings

Wednesday, September 28th 2022

MTN Sports High school football rankings

(Through games of Sept. 23-24)

CLASS AA

1. Helena Capital (5-0)

2. Helena (4-1)

3. Missoula Sentinel (4-1)

4. Kalispell Glacier (3-2)

5. Billings West (3-2)


CLASS A

1. Hamilton (5-0)

2. Lewistown (5-0)

3. Billings Central (5-0)

4. Polson (5-0)

5. Columbia Falls (4-0)

CLASS B

1. Huntley Project (5-0)

2. Bigfork (4-0)

3. Florence (4-1)

4. Townsend (4-1)

5. Big Timber (4-1)

6. Jefferson (3-2)

7. Malta (4-1)

8. Glasgow (4-1)

9. Whitehall (4-1)

10. Eureka (3-2)


8-MAN

1. St. Ignatius (5-0)

2. Drummond-Philipsburg (5-0)

3. Belt (5-0)

4. Superior (4-0)

5. Chinook (5-0)

6. Joliet (4-0)

7. Ennis (4-1)

8. Culbertson (4-1)

9. Charlo (3-1)

10. Fairview (4-1)


6-MAN

1. Big Sandy (5-0)

2. Broadview-Lavina (5-0)

3. D-G-S-G (5-0)

4. Jordan (5-0)

5. Bridger (4-1)

6. C-J-I (4-1)

7. Savage (4-0)

8. Noxon (4-1)

9. Valier (4-1)

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