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Glasgow Reds Tournament Update

Wednesday, July 24th 2024

Glasgow Reds Tourney Update:

Update: Due to the extreme heat predicted for tomorrow, adjustments have been made to Thursday’s tournament schedule.
8am: Blue Jays vs Patriots
30 minutes following: Mavs vs Reds
7pm: opening ceremonies
20 minutes following opening ceremonies: Laurel vs Blue Devils
Ticket gate will open at 7 am for morning games and 6 pm before opening ceremonies.


Glasgow Reds Open With Miles City At Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tourney

Tuesday, July 23rd 2024

The Glasgow Reds will open with the Miles City at the Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tournament in Glendive.

Glasgow will play Miles City at 1 p.m. on Thursday. The game will be broadcast on KLTZ.


Khye Gamas Named To MHSA Student Advisory Council

Sunday, July 21st 2024

Welcome the 2024 - 2025 members of the MHSA Student Advisory Council! The SAC is comprised of members from all school classifications and geographical areas in Montana.

HUGE accomplishment for Khye Gamas! The incoming Junior is the starting Quarterback for the Scottie Football team, a State Champion wrestler, and excels on the Track. While currently maintaining a 4.0 GPA


Montana Cowboys And Cowgirls Compete At National High School Rodeo Finals In Rock Springs, Wyoming

Sunday, July 21st 2024

National High School Rodeo Association

Finals

At Rock Springs, Wyo.

Saturday

Evening session

Final Average Standings

Top 10

Barrel racing: 1. Morgan Beckstrom, Spanish Fork, Utah, 51.452; 2. Abagail Olson, Sheridan, Wyo., 51.672; 3. Brynn Barto, Winnemucca, Nev., 51.723; 4. Rylee Jo Maryman, St. Francisville, La., 51.881; 5. Kally Sorenson, Watford City, N.D., 51.911; 6. Brandy Durbidge, Cushnie, Queensland, Aus., 52.224; 7. Emma Garijo, Winnemucca, Nev., 52.328; 8. Rhyan Brough, Stephenville, Texas, 52.478; 9. Olivia Harland, Buffalo, Okla., 52.489; 10. Hailey Witte, Crookston, Neb., 52.541; 38. Abigail DeVos, Fort Shaw, Mont., 35.809; 158. Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow, Mont., 42.165; 171. Samantha Gerlach, Columbus, Mont., 44.908; 172. Payton Levine, Wolf Creek, Mont., 44.925.

Bareback Riding: 1. Kash Loyd, Cleburne, Texas, 231.5; 2. Sean Mahoney, Bend, Ore., 227.5; 3. Quaide Skjonsberg, Bluffton, Alberta, Can., 225.5; 4. Collin Roland, Childersburg, Ala., 224.5; 5. Carson Hildre, Velva, N.D., 218.5; 6. Brody Dent, Bend, Ore., 216.5; 7. Blayn Hughston, McBain, Mich., 213; 8. Azzy Lara, Columbia Falls, Mont., 211; 9. Braylon Johnson, Prescott, Ariz., 209; 10. Koltdyn Heath, Minden, Neb., 208; 29. Wyatt Warneke, Great Falls, Mont., 121; 46. Leighton LaFromboise, Helena, Mont., 63.

Boys Cutting: 1. Cody Gann, Leighton, Ala., 452; 2. Luke Haskell, Payson, Utah, 444.5; 3. Drew Sherrerd, Wayne, Okla., 442; 4. Ruff Graham, Merkel, Texas, 439.5; 5. Cooper Yarbro, Oxly, Mo., 438; 6. Parker Ralston, Collbran, Colo., 436; 7. Carson Hale, Grantsville, Utah, 434; 8. Kaxton Kolb, Cherokee, Okla., 433.5, and Rope Roghair, Isabel, S.D., 433.5; 10. Rance Jordan, Parma, Idaho, 432; 26. Ryatt Fraser, Hysham, Mont., 280; 37. Walker Story, Martinsdale, Mont., 275.


Breakaway Roping: 1. Baylee Barker, Atlanta, Kan., 8.19; 2. Hadley Thompson, Yoder, Wyo., 8.25; 3. Addison Kinser, Capitan, N.M., 9.19; 4. Addison Klementis, Molalla, Ore., 9.31; 5. Arina Haugen, Sturgis, S.D., 9.32; 6. Macie-Rae Warken, Coronach, Saskatchewan, Can., 9.49; 7. Grace Dubois, Church Point, La., 10.04; 8. Bleu Hall, Okmulgee, Okla., 10.26; 9. Macklynn Greenhalgh, Delta, Colo., 11.14; 10. Dallas Jo Keenan, San Tan Valley, Ariz., 18.78; 36. Josie Robbins, Dillon, Mont., 18; 82. Ella Moedl, Worden, Mont., 3.81; 107. Ella Begger, Townsend, Mont., 5.39; 115. Kierra Hougen, Melstone, Mont., 12.09.

Bull Riding: 1. Dalton Allred, Cleveland, Utah, 151.5; 2. Brenson Bartlett, Cheyenne, Wyo., 147; 3. Luke Simon, Rayne, La., 145.5; 3. Ethan Winckler, Winnie, Texas, 145.5; 5. John Crimber, Sunset, Texas, 144.5; 6. Jack Mitchell, Weatherford, Texas, 144; 7. Jace Hensley, Paola, Kan., 142; 8. Tucker Riley, Dalbo, Minn., 140.5; 9. Nic Jackson, Upper Marlboro, Md., 133; 10. Cooper Kerner, Sutherland, Neb., 127; 14. JR Harrell, Toston, Mont., 82.5; 15. Tahj Wells, Browning, Mont., 82; 54. Octavius Christianson, Columbia Falls, Mont., 42.


Girls Cutting: 1. Lily Erwin, Lady Lake, Fla., 451; 2. Preslie Green, Perrin, Texas, 443; 3. Makenzie Cowan, Ardmore, Okla., 441.5; 4. Anna Martin, Steelville, Mo., 439; 5. Mattie Coberly, Hereford, Texas, 438; 6. Alexis Bylo, Leslie, Mo., 437.5; 6. Audrey Tree, Payson, Utah, 437.5; 8. Haylee King, Cisco, Texas, 437; 9. Halle Bergen, Eagle Point, Ore., 436.5; 10. Brooke Forre, Newman Grove, Neb., 434; 78. Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber, Mont., 267; 120. Mesa Radue, Belgrade, Mont., 63.

Goat Tying: 1. Drew Ellen Stewart, Normangee, Texas, 21.05; 2. Hadley Thompson, Yoder, Wyo., 22.05; 3. Hailey Gibbs, Riverside, Utah, 22.35; 4. Brooke Bruner, Parker, Colo., 22.52; 5. Faith Lundberg, Nanton, Alberta, Can., 22.71; 6. Laney Hoier, Herman, Neb., 23.18; 7. Addyson Derr, Paola, Kan., 23.43; 8. Ellie Thompson, Kamas, Utah, 23.99; 9. Maklee Woolstenhulme, Oakley, Utah, 24.26; 10. Allie Calcote, Sugartown, La., 25.66; 39. Sally Robb, Bozeman, Mont., 17.59; 62. Josie Robbins, Dillon, Mont., 18.77; 67. Hailey Burger, Helena, Mont., 18.89; 107. Cassie Gibson, Havre, Mont., 22.22; 156. Sage Henderson, Lewistown, Mont., 8.52.


Pole Bending: 1. Zoey Wagoner, Arnegard, N.D., 59.02; 2. Rhylan Morgan, Muncie, Ind., 60.732; 3. (OK) Kaden Burger, Pauls Valley, Okla., 61.13; 4. Drew Ellen Stewart, Normangee, Texas, 61.204; 5. Kinley Follman, Towner, N.D., 61.51; 6. Tyra Kmita, Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Can., 61.529; 7. Cassidy Evans, Fort Supply, Okla., 61.65; 8. Mia Janosky, Bleiblerville, Texas, 61.691; 9. Katie Branham, Scottsville, Ky., 62.032; 10. Morgan McGuire, Pateros, Wash., 62.442; 14. Ella Begger, Townsend, Mont., 66.322; 114. Kylie Toavs, Shepherd, Mont., 48.329; 160. Olivia Martell, Three Forks, Mont., 54.974; 179. Elle Werner, Clancy, Mont., 20.171.

Reined Cow Horse: 1. Landri Lisac, Pueblo, Colo., 885; 2. Marinna Mori, Tuscarora, Nev., 882.5; 3. Sierra Telford, Caldwell, Idaho, 875.5; 4. Quincy Probst, Wallsburg, Utah, 872.5; 5. Ruby Robbins, Brawley, Calif., 870, and Betty Branquinho, Oakdale, Calif., 870; 7. Parker Ralston, Collbran, Colo., 868; 8. Natalie Mori, Paradise Valley, Nev., 866.5; 9. Whitley Hughes, Beaver, Utah, 866; 10. Sloan McFarlane, Wilder, Idaho, 865.5; 13. Walker Story, Martinsdale, Mont., 864; 26. Kate Wiening, Lewistown, Mont., 572.5; 28. Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber, Mont., 571.5; 40. Mesa Radue, Belgrade, Mont., 564.5.


Saddle Bronc: 1. Shane Scott, Molalla, Ore., 236.5; 2. Trygg Madsen, Morgan, Utah, 226; 3. Jett Williams, Clarinda, Iowa, 224.5; 4. Wyatt LaVergne, Sulphur, La., 218.5; 5. Holden Atkinson, Black Diamond, Alberta, Can., 218; 6. Treg Huver, Nashville, Mich., 217.5; 7. Lane Leeper, Leon, Iowa, 215.5; 8. Jase Stout, Decatur, Texas, 209.5; 9. Spur Montag, Aliquippa, Pa., 207.5; 10. KDyn Cooper, Prosser, Wash., 204; 15. Caiden Gray, Miles City, Mont., 144; 37. Randin Wagner, Browning, Mont., 67.

Steer Wrestling: 1. Walker Goffard, Berlin, Wis., 14.73; 2. Cache Montgomery, La Pine, Ore., 16.13; 3. Carson Cooksley, Valentine, Neb., 17.39; 4. Hadly Erickson, Almont, N.D., 17.9; 5. Kade Odens, Scotland, S.D., 18.3; 6. Casen Pridemore, Salida, Colo., 19.32; 7. Colson Myers, Buffalo, Wyo., 19.42; 8. Wyatt Reichenberg, Harrisburg, Neb., 19.61; 9. Quinn Moon, Creighton, S.D., 21.7; 10. Ketch Kelton, Mayer, Ariz., 21.8; 30. Ryder Gaasch, Dillon, Mont., 23.99; 61. Tatum Hansen, Glasgow, Mont., 6.46; 68. Landon Burleigh, Lewistown, Mont., 7.74; 100. Mitch Detton, Great Falls, Mont., 18.18.


Team Roping: 1. Ketch Kelton, Mayer, Ariz., Denton Dunning, Surprise, Ariz., 12.31; 2. Sanders McElroy, Mountain View, Ark., Scout McElroy, Mountain View, Ark., 12.85; 3. Sam Saunders, Homedale, Idaho, Sloan McFarlane, Wilder, Idaho, 14.35; 4. Trey Nowosad, Clandonald, Alberta, Can., Kavis Drake, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Can., 15.11; 5. Jace Jepson, Las Vegas, Nev., Kade McKnight, Fernley, Nev., 15.15; 6. Brock Boutwell, Clint, Texas, Laramie Martinez, Aztec, N.M., 15.41; 7. Sadie Grant, Santa Maria, Calif., Ross Rivera, Terra Bella, Calif., 16; 8. Jarrett Peek, Fallon, Nev., Wyatt Peek, Fallon, Nev., 16.02; 9. Blake VanStavern, Lincoln, Calif., Noah Williams, Schurz, Nev., 16.94; 10. Treston Brazile, Decatur, Texas, Denton Parish, Perrin, Texas, 17.2; 47. Holden Meged, Miles City, Mont., Ty Westby, Opheim, Mont., 7.82.

Tie-Down Roping: 1. Chizm Kuykendall, Carnegie, Okla., 27.69; 2. Cash Evans, Fort Supply, Okla., 28.35; 3. Ketch Kelton, Mayer, Ariz., 29; 4. Cross Fulford, Moore Haven, Fla., 29.05; 5. Jett Smith, Georgetown, Idaho, 29.38; 6. Brodey Clemons, Weatherford, Texas, 29.66; 7. Jace Jepson, Las Vegas, Nev., 30.27; 8. Evan Corzatt, Leesburg, Ohio, 30.5; 9. Cash Trexler, Corvallis, Mont., 30.85; 10. Ruger Smith, Holbrook, Idaho, 31.16; 58. AJ Swenson, Huntley, Mont., 36.19; 80. Mitch Detton, Great Falls, Mont., 10.4; 111. Pacen Buller, Glendive, Mont., 14.98.

Morning session

Second go-round

Barrel racing: 1. Jordynn Knight, Roosevelt, Utah, 17.394; 2. Hailey O'Daniel, Arlington, Neb., 17.627; 3. Payton Weber, Waterloo, Ill., 17.659; 4. Talia Jaeger, Loomis, Calif., 17.834; 5. Kyndal Scott, Natchitoches, La., 17.886; 6. Jayda Reinert, Wall, S.D., 17.942; 7. Landry Rice, Floyds Knobs, Ind., 18.017; 8. Kari Hepper, Keene, N.D., 18.036; 9. Josie Laue, Richland Center, Wis., 18.144; 10. Madison Scott, Quenemo, Kan., 18.155; 11. Aleah Higgs, Newton, Ill., 18.19; 12. Erika Cruikshank, Valley, Neb., 18.201; 13. Genavieve Pearson, Toms River, N.J., 18.251; 14. Bailey Girvin, Flagstaff, Ariz., 18.258; 15. Mackenzie Betts, Chugiak, Alaska, 18.279; 16. Cameron Griffin, St. Matthews, S.C., 18.699; 17. Ashlyn Snyder, Gabriels, N.Y., 18.815; 18. Avery Wilburn, Red Banks, Miss., 18.839; 19. Carli Stuva, Fontanelle, Iowa, 18.887; 20. Ryleigh Lucas, Oak Hill, W.V., 18.991; 21. Mia Childs, North Tamworth, New South Wales, Aus., 19.2; 22. Lindsay Johnson, Mono, Ontario, Can., 19.238; 23. Cara Beth Calhoun, Brandon, Miss., 19.318; 24. Baylee Peters, Mount Hope, W.V., 19.665; 25. Paige Gartner, Walla Walla, Wash., 21.267; 26. Kelsey McGee, Deloraine, Manitoba, Can., 22.774; 27. Addey Lawson, Maysville, Ky., 23.137; 28. Samantha Mai, Albion, Idaho, 23.167; 29. Brynn Freemark, Spruce Grove, Alberta, Can., 23.589; 30. Olivia Jamieson, Canfield, Ontario, Can., 23.672; 31. Raelynn Flannery, Mercersburg, Pa., 24.275; 32. Reese Rau, West Branch, Mich., 25.947.

Bareback Riding: 1. Sean Mahoney, Bend, Ore., 75; 2. Collin Roland, Childersburg, Ala., 72; 2. (MI) Blayn Hughston, McBain, Mich., 72; 4. TJ Andrews, Bowman, N.D., 71; 5. Jacob Cook, Green River, Wyo., 65; 6. James Glenn, Wetumpka, Ala., 64; 6. Judd Scism, Lawndale, N.C., 64; 8. Cody Jones, Hinton, Alberta, Can., 62; 9. Decker Passey, Prince George, British Columbia, Can., 59.

Boys Cutting: 1. Luke Haskell, Payson, Utah, 150; 2. Kaxton Kolb, Cherokee, Okla., 148.5; 3. Rope Roghair, Isabel, S.D., 145; 4. Tyson Hooper, Danville, Ala., 144.5; 4. Tyree Swales, Millarville, Alberta, Can., 144.5; 6. Rance Jordan, Parma, Idaho, 142; 6. (WY) Keyton Hayden, Gillette, Wyo., 142; 8. Colton Suther, Palo Cedro, Calif., 141; 9. Kade McKnight, Fernley, Nev., 138; 10. Walker Story, Martinsdale, Mont., 137; 11. Clint Corson, Lorida, Fla., 136; 12. Stranton Oftedahl, Pemberton, Minn., 133; 12. Keegan Cooley, Richland Center, Wis., 133; 14. Bill Gardner, Ruby Valley, Nev., 132; 15. Trey Vance, Inavale, Neb., 130.

Breakaway Roping: 1. Laney Salo, Grover, Colo., 2.27; 2. Courtney Carbajal, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., 2.41; 3. Alexis Hutchings, Monteview, Idaho, 2.68; 4. Hailey Donald, Oden, Ark., 2.74; 5. CeeJay Bohmbach, Stanley, N.D., 2.79; 6. Summerlin O'Neill, Goshen, N.Y., 2.85; 7. Kenna Graves, Poplarville, Miss., 2.89; 8. Sadie Hollingshead, Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Can., 3.21; 9. Triana Garcia, Laredo, Texas, 3.49; 10. Kiera Williamson, Mankota, Saskatchewan, Can., 3.56; 11. Laney Moore, Powell Butte, Ore., 4; 12. Jayden Doutt, Ellicottville, N.Y., 4.1; 13. Ruby Riedel, Jamestown, Calif., 4.35; 14. Kaycee Clanton, Pilesgrove, N.J., 4.53; 15. Tresley Culpepper, Poulan, Ga., 12.48.

Bull Riding: 1. Brenson Bartlett, Cheyenne, Wyo., 75.5; 2. Braxton Whitesell, Walker, La., 74; 2. Ethan Winckler, Winnie, Texas, 74; 4. Tucker Riley, Dalbo, Minn., 69.5; 5. Garet Holden, Oakdale, Calif., 68; 6. (MX) Cristian Cruz, Polotitlan, Mexico, 67.

Girls Cutting: 1. Makenzie Cowan, Ardmore, Okla., 147, and Alexis Bylo, Leslie, Mo., 147; 3. Ava Smith, Pender, Neb., 144; 3. Karly Peterson, Buffalo, Wyo., 144; 5. Chantry Brackett, Kimberly, Idaho, 143; 6. Halle Bergen, Eagle Point, Ore., 141; 7. Addy Dudley, Duri, New South Wales, Aus., 139; 8. Abigail MacDonald, Morris, Ill., 138, and Brylee Banning, Litchfield Park, Ariz., 138; 10. Ramey Schack, Tolstoy, S.D., 137; 10. Olivia Beverly, Arcadia, Fla., 137; 12. Haley Fletcher, Strawberry, Ark., 136; 13. Zajayda Carl, Bosque Farms, N.M., 133; 14. Tyra Kmita, Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Can., 132; 15. Gemi Robinson, Sibley, La., 129; 16. Carlee Roshau, Bismarck, N.D., 126; 17. Seven Knight, Ellensburg, Wash., 125; 18. Annabelle Kindred, Downs, Ill., 124.

Goat Tying: 1. Drew Ellen Stewart, Normangee, Texas, 7.03; 2. Karsyn Patterson, Clovis, Calif., 7.64; 3. KK Smith, Comanche, Okla., 7.77; 4. Hailey Burger, Helena, Mont., 7.89; 5. Bailey Verhulst, Reva, S.D., 8.1; 6. Roany Clendenin, Paris, Tenn., 8.44; 7. Codie Vaughan, Searcy, Ark., 8.69; 8. Zoe Tunks, King City, Mo., 9.01; 9. Bella Litton, Heflin, La., 9.16; 10. Payten Gee, Rockglen, Saskatchewan, Can., 9.33; 11. Shylene Drumm, Durango, Colo., 9.66; 12. Taylor Reever, Thomasville, Pa., 10.01; 13. Riley Binder, Greenville, Iowa, 10.03; 14. Rayna Munroe, Killarney, Manitoba, Can., 10.11; 15. Savannah Russell, Heltonville, Ind., 10.12; 16. Kasha Borsy, High River, Alberta, Can., 10.62; 17. Trinity Alexander, Wappinger Falls, N.Y., 10.98; 18. Mailey Sinclair, Douglas, Ga., 11.46; 18. Allie Currier, Amite, La., 11.46; 18. Reagan McIntyre, Grand Island, Neb., 11.46; 21. Charleigh Scott, White Cloud, Mich., 11.78; 22. Kailyn Beauvais, Wasilla, Alaska, 12.04; 23. Jessica Wright, Rapid City, Manitoba, Can., 12.76; 24. Jules Allen, Pendleton, S.C., 14.88; 25. Josie Stiner, New Paris, Ohio, 18.44.

Pole Bending: 1. Merrick Moyer, Woodward, Okla., 20.291; 2. Abagail Olson, Sheridan, Wyo., 20.381; 3. Jayden Guidry, Winnie, Texas, 20.599; 4. Harley Baas, Hudson, Colo., 20.888; 5. Jill Hines, Snohomish, Wash., 21.139; 6. Makayla Gage, Lakeside, Calif., 21.152; 7. Kalena Kaiwi, Captain Cook, Hawaii, 21.171; 8. Addyson Derr, Paola, Kan., 21.339; 9. Lindsey Wackel, Crete, Neb., 21.372; 10. Hayden Corta, Bancroft, Idaho, 21.476; 11. Macie Alliston, Buckhead, Ga., 21.587; 12. Sky Sanders, Alexandra, New Zealand, 22.471; 13. Danna Mares, Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mex., 23.337; 14. Stella Oland, Fergus Falls, Minn., 25.738; 15. Gabby Graham, Lake Luzerne, N.Y., 25.764; 16. Abbey Anderson, Cleveland, Texas, 25.813; 17. Lily Spicer, Littlestown, Pa., 25.906; 18. Quil Filippini, Eureka, Nev., 26.318; 19. Katie Lam, Galax, Va., 26.994; 20. Hayslee Fair, Carlsbad, N.M., 27.033; 21. Bradynn Rothwell, Fordyce, Ark., 27.066; 22. Brooklyn Mills, Loudonville, Ohio, 27.072; 23. Jordyn Jardine, Kelowna, British Columbia, Can., 27.121; 24. Mariah Byers, Quarryville, Pa., 27.525; 25. Tiffani Crawford, Burna, Ky., 28.595; 26. Olivia Martell, Three Forks, Mont., 28.89; 27. Ryann Becker, Heber, Utah, 30.446; 28. Kayla Peters, Adrian, Minn., 30.752; 29. Nanea Bonacorsi, Makawao, Hawaii, 30.851; 30. Lucy Jo Henderson, Meriden, Kan., 30.891; 31. Georgia Lieuallen, Pendleton, Ore., 31.25; 32. Emily Lamb, Charles City, Va., 32.534; 33. Tommie Martin, Hayes, S.D., 33.499.

Saddle Bronc: 1. Holden Atkinson, Black Diamond, Alberta, Can., 77; 2. Lane Leeper, Leon, Iowa, 75.5; 3. Gage Rydalch, Stockton, Utah, 73; 3. Monte Faulkner, Los Ojos, N.M., 73; 5. Cooper Fay, Valentine, Neb., 69; 6. Wyatt LaVergne, Sulphur, La., 68; 7. Tyler Wall, St. Cloud, Fla., 67; 8. Cade Ferguson, Cloncurry, Queensland, Aus., 61; 9. Riley Smith, Poteau, Okla., 53; 10. Braylon Johnson, Prescott, Ariz., 52.

Steer Wrestling: 1. Jace Jepson, Las Vegas, Nev., 5.3; 2. Kade Odens, Scotland, S.D., 5.54; 3. Kyler Morgan, Baldwin, N.D., 5.72; 4. Tatum Hansen, Glasgow, Mont., 6.46; 5. (NE) Wyatt Reichenberg, Harrisburg, Neb., 7.02; 6. Braden Skaife, Lancaster, Wis., 8.1; 7. Ira Oleson, Blackfoot, Idaho, 8.19; 8. Jake Holmes, Mulberry, Kan., 8.36; 9. Colt Bass, Statesville, N.C., 9.52; 10. Bryce Bonadonna, Baker, Fla., 9.7; 11. Trenton Sheehan, Rozet, Wyo., 11.02; 12. Ty Neal, Joaquin, Texas, 12.17; 13. Kimes Branning III, Blanchard, Okla., 13.3; 14. Rawley Arballo, Wittmann, Ariz., 23.72.

Team Roping: 1. Lana Houck, North Branch, Minn., Lane Spencer, Ulen, Minn., 7.24; 2. Grady Harris, Vilonia, Ark., Layton McNabb, Hattieville, Ark., 7.72; 3. Sam Saunders, Homedale, Idaho, Sloan McFarlane, Wilder, Idaho, 7.96; 4. Brock Boutwell, Clint, Texas, Laramie Martinez, Aztec, N.M., 7.97; 5. Treston Brazile, Decatur, Texas, Denton Parish, Perrin, Texas, 9.05; 6. Cross Fulford, Moore Haven, Fla., Ladd Gose, Lorida, Fla., 9.3; 7. Rivers Pratt, Lewisburg, Tenn., Levi Baker, Culleoka, Tenn., 9.93; 8. Cannin Carson, Grassy Butte, N.D., Bridger Llewellyn, Wibaux, Mont., 11.19; 9. Paden Evans, Princeton, Mo., Hyatt Stephens, Pacific Junction, Iowa, 12.25; 10. Zane Pittman, Beaumont, Miss., JR Grimes, Beaumont, Miss., 16.4; 11. Faith Dubois, Church Point, La., Grant Boudreaux, Church Point, La., 16.71; 12. Lane Daniel, Cullman, Ala., Brit Smith, Atmore, Ala., 21.51.

Tie-Down Roping: 1. Rance Bowden, Belle Fourche, S.D., 10.13; 2. Chizm Kuykendall, Carnegie, Okla., 10.28; 3. Owen Gardner, Caldwell, Ohio, 10.57; 4. Noah Williams, Schurz, Nev., 10.79; 5. Ward Piazza, Livermore, Calif., 12.01; 6. Micah Kearney, Holt, Fla., 12.19; 7. Braxton McKinley, Las Cruces, N.M., 12.49; 8. Coben Ayers, Roma, Queensland, Aus., 12.96; 9. Joel Neukom, Hillsdale, Mich., 13.28; 10. Trextin Koch, Clyde, Kan., 13.3; 11. Kohen Kaufmann, Ceylon, Saskatchewan, Can., 13.64; 12. Wyatt Williams, Penrose, Colo., 15.58; 13. Hayne Fulford, Moore Haven, Fla., 17.61; 14. Pace Plemons, Chilton, Texas, 18.64.


Laurel Dodgers Sweep Reds At Home

Saturday, July 20th 2024

Game 1: Laurel 15, Glasgow 8

In a hot weather, double header on Friday afternoon, the Laurel Dodgers swept the Glasgow Reds in a conference twin bill. Game 1 was close through the first 4 innings, as Glasgow held a 3-2 lead after 4 complete innings in this game. Laurel would then bust loose for 9 big runs in the top of the 5th, as they cruised to a 15-8 victory. The Reds did score some runs of their own, as they plated 2 runs in the bottom of the 5th, and scored 3 more in the bottom of the 7th, but it wasn't enough to keep up with the hot, Laurel offense.

Winning Pitcher (Laurel)- Ethan West (7 innings, 5 strike outs, 1 BB, 2 hit batsman, 7H)
Losing Pitcher (Glasgow)- Connor Hudyma

Glasgow (offensively):
Riley Smith: 2-4 (2 singles and 2 RBI's)
Mason Hunter: 2-4 (2 singles and 5 RBI's

Laurel (offensively):

Nick Schneider: 3-4 (triple, 2 singles, 2 RBI's)
Rece Dolechek: 2-3 (2 singles, 2 RBI's)
Beau Mares: 2-3 (2 singles)


Game 2: Laurel 8, Glasgow 7 (8 innings)

The Reds would come from behind in this game, as they trailed by a score of 4-0, going into the bottom of the fourth. Then in the bottom of the fourth, the Reds came alive offensively and scored 4 runs of their own to the score at 4 apiece. The Reds would then tack on 3 more runs in the bottom of the 5th, to take a 7-4 lead. Laurel would rally back and score 3 runs of their own in the top of the 6th to tie the score at 7. Neither team would score in the 7th, and the game went into extra innings. The Dodgers would then score one run in the 8th, and hold on for the 8-7 victory.

Winning Pitcher: (Laurel) Eric Haus (8 innings, 3 strike outs, 0 walks, 11 hits)
Losing Pitcher: Brody Hansen (3 innings, 1 run, 3 hits, 1 strike out, 1 walk, 1 hit batsman)


Laurel (offensively):
Gunnar Schultz: 3-3 (3 singles, 1 RBI)
Koleman Gairret: 2-3 (2 singles)
Nick Schneider: 2-4 (2 singles

Glasgow (offensively):
Brody Hansen: 2-4 (2 singles)
Riley Smith: 2-4 (Double, Single, 2 RBI'S)
Wyatt Sugg: 2-4 (2 singles)

The Reds are now 9-13 in conference play and 14-20 overall. Laurel moves to 12-10 in conference play. The Reds will next be in action in Miles City on Sunday, July 21st for a double header, with game times at 3:00 and 5:00 PM. Then, the Reds will head to Glendive for the District Tournament which runs from July 25-29.


2024 Glasgow Wrestling Camp Set For August 3rd-5th

Wednesday, July 17th 2024

The 2024 Glasgow Wrestling Camp will be held August 3rd through the 5th at the Glasgow Wrestling Center and Glasgow High School. The camp will feature separate boys and girls camps for grades K-12.

Camp clinicians include several former NCAA-All Americans and college coaches from across the country.

Cost for the K-3 camp is $50 and $150 for grades 4-12.

K-3 camp will run August 3-5th from 9am to 10:30am.

4-12 camp will run August 3-5 from 10:30am to 12:30pm and 2pm to 4pm.

For more information go to www.glasgowwrestlingcamps.com


Glasgow Reds Finish 3rd At Williston Tourney

Monday, July 15th 2024

The Glasgow Reds competed in Williston this weekend at the Williston Baseball Tourney.

The Reds finished 3-1 at the tourney with the only loss to Rapid City.

Game one :: Glasgow 3. Surrey 2.

Game two:: Rapid City 7, Glasgow 2

Game three: Glasgow 15. Bismarck Shooters 0

Game four: 3rd place Game

Glasgow 7 Williston Oilers 3

The Reds are now 12-18 and will have 4 home games this week:

Wednesday @5 and 7 PM vs Glendive

Friday @ 1 and 3 PM vs Laurel


Montana Duo Of Owen Wilcox And Ziek Gordon Capture Montana Governor's Cup 2024 Walleye Tournament Title

Saturday, July 13th 2024

After two long days of fishing on Fort Peck Reservoir, and after the fish had all been weighed and the numbers tallied; the pair of Owen Wilcox (Laurel) and Ziek Gordon (Bozeman) left no doubt. The Montana fishermen finished with a 2 day total of 85.41 lbs of walleye, outdistancing the second place team by 21 lbs.

After Day 1, Owen and Ziek were sitting in 7th place, but hauled in a massive catch of 52.28 lbs on Saturday to bring home the title. Joe Okada and Brett King, who held the lead after day one by nearly 9 lbs, would finish in second place. The Jordan, Montana team of Brem and Clyde Phipps finished in third place, jumping up 3 spots on the second day, as they finished day one in 6th place.

There were some impressive leaps in the scoring column today as well. Wayne Wilcox and Chris Grotjohn finished day one in 61st place; but the pair had a big haul (42.76 lbs) today to bump all the way up to 7th place and a top 10 finish. The Ray, North Dakota team of Chad and Brad Knox also jumped 62 places, from 72nd on day one, to finish in 10th place in the tournament.

Final Top 10 Teams:

1. Owen Wilcox (Laurel, MT) and Ziek Gordon (Bozeman MT) 85.41 lbs
2. Joe Okada (Cambridge, WI) and Brett King (Hager City, WI) 64.97 lbs
3. Brem Phipps (Jordan, MT) and Clyde Phipps (Jordan,MT) 61.76 lbs
4. Jackson Hilton (Rapid City, SD) and Jackson Oberg (Rapid City, SD) 59.63 lbs
5. Tucker LIen (Nashua, MT) and Tom Kobza (Billings, MT) 56.70
6. Cody Martinez (Winnett, MT) and Gage Gordon (Belgrade, MT) 55.41 lbs
7. Wayne Wilcox (Laurel, MT) and Chris Grotjohn (Belgrade, MT) 54.50 lbs
8. Nate Chappell (Glasgow, MT) and Mike Chappell (Glasgow, MT) 52.43 lbs
9. Lance Kresge (Bozeman, MT) and Dale Persons (Deer Lodge, MT) 52.22 lbs
10. Chad Knox (Ray, ND) and Brad Knox (Ray, ND) 41. 62 lbs


Largest Fish
1. Jackson Hilton (Rapid City, SD) Jackson Oberg (Rapid City, SD) 14.37 lbs
2. Joe Okada (Cambridge, WI) and Brett King (Hager City, WI) 14.03 lbs
3. Nate Chappell (Glasgow, MT) and Mike Chappell (Glasgow, MT) 13.69 lbs
4. Kirk Boyer (Glasgow, MT) and Tyson Schledewitz (Sidney, MT) 13.69 lbs
5. Josh Kittleson (Glasgow, MT) and Patrick Ryder (Froid, MT) 13.69 lbs
6. Owen Wilcox (Laurel, MT) and Ziek Gordon (Bozeman, MT) 13.02 lbs
7. Gage Gordon (Belgrade, MT) and Cody Martinez (Winnett, MT) 13.02 lbs.
8. Caleb Erickson and Doug Filler 13.02 lbs


For complete results, you can visit montanagovcup.com


Wisconsin Pair On Top After Day 1 Of The 2024 Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament

Saturday, July 13th 2024

The first official day of fishing at the 2024 Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament is in the books, and the Wisconsin duo of Joe Okada and Brett King lead the field, as they hauled in an impressive 50.94 pounds of fish. Jake Whipple and Tyler Rowland of Nebraska finished the day in a distant second with 41.40 lbs. The Minnesota team of Adam and Steve Mord are nipping right on their heels with 40.42 lbs, while Jackson Hilton and Jackson Oberg of Rapid City finished with 39.49 lbs, in fourth place. The top ten teams after day 1 are as follows:


1. Joe Okada (Cambridge, WI) and Brett King (Hager City, WI) 50.94 lbs
2. Jake Whipple (Cambridge, NE) and Tyler Rowland (Lemoyne, NE) 41.40 lbs
3. Adam Mord (Baxter, MN) and Steve Mord (Wheaton, MN) 40.42 lbs
4. Jackson Hilton (Rapid City, SD) and Jackson Oberg (Rapid City, SD) 39.49 lbs
5. Tucker Lien (Nashua, MT) and Tom Kobza (Billings, MT) 33.74 lbs
6. Brem Phipps (Jordan, MT) and Clyde Phipps (Jordan, MT) 33.32 lbs
7. Owen Wilcox (Laurel, MT) and Ziek Gordon (Bozeman, MT) 33.13 lbs
8. Cody Martinez (Winnett, MT) and Gage Gordon (Belgrade, MT) 31.89 lbs
9. Kirk Boyer (Glasgow, MT) and Tyson Schledewitz (Sidney, MT) 31.53 lbs
10. Health Lodholtz (Watford City, ND) and Randy Murie (Alexander, ND) 30.72

For complete Day 1 results, visit www.montanagovcup.com/results.html


Baker Running In Australian Track Meet This Weekend

Friday, July 12th 2024

Glasgow distance runner Tanae Baker is competing against some of the best youth runners in the world this weekend, at the Coast2Coast International track & field meet in Australia.

Baker is scheduled to run the 3,000m on Friday and the 1,500m on Saturday.


FORE The Kids Cup Golf Tournament

Friday, July 12th 2024

The FORE The Kids Cup Golf Tournament will be held at Sunnyside Golf Course on July 20th.

Tee-off time will be 10 a.m. It's an 18-hole tournament in Chapman Format with 2-person teams.

Registration starts at 9 a.m. The cost is $75 for 18+, $25 for youth. The price includes lunch and mulligans. All ages are encouraged to play; money raised will be used to support local youth golf scholarships.

Call Sunnyside to sign up a 406-228-9519.


Reds Top Sidney

Thursday, July 11th 2024

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team swept a double-header in Sidney Wednesday night. The Reds won 10-7 in game one, and 11-1 in game two.

The Reds have won four of the last five games, moving to 7-11 in conference play. They are playing in the Williston tournament this weekend.


Co-Ed Softball League Scores

Thursday, July 11th 2024

2024 Co-Ed Softball League Scores

Wednesday, July 10th, 2024
6:00PM Field 1 - Dink’s/Arch’s def. Northern Prairie Auto 10-6
6:00PM Field 3 - Taylor Storage def. 5th Ave Pharmacy via forfeit

7:30PM Field 1 - Northern Prairie Auto def. 5th Ave Pharmacy via forfeit
7:30PM Field 3 - Dink’s/Arch’s def. Taylor Storage 16-13

League Standings
Dink’s/Arch’s Tire 8-2
5th Ave Pharmacy 6-4
Taylor Storage 5-5
Northern Prairie Auto 4-6
Alley’s Palace 1-7


Next Week’s Game Schedule: July 17th

6:00PM Field 1 Alley’s Palace vs. 5th Ave Pharmacy
6:00PM Field 3 Northern Prairie Auto vs. Dink’s/Arch’s Tire

7:30PM Field 1 Alley’s Palace vs. Northern Prairie Auto
7:30PM Field 3 5th Ave Pharmacy vs. Dink’s/Arch’s Tire


37th Annual Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament

Saturday, July 6th 2024

The 37th annual Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament events start on Thursday, July 11th. The fishing tournament is Friday and Saturday. Visit our Governor's Cup page for the full schedule and results.


Glasgow Reds Remaining Schedule

Saturday, July 6th 2024

July 10 Reds Richland Patriots (A) 5/7
July 12 Reds Williston Tournament (A) TBA
July 13 Reds Williston Tournament (A) TBA
July 14 Reds Williston Tournament (A) TBA
July 19 Reds Laurel Dodgers (H) 1/3
July 21 Reds Miles City Mavericks (A) 3/5

July 25 – 29 District Tournament – Glendive


Rodeo Results From Opheim Rodeo

Tuesday, July 2nd 2024

Northern Rodeo Association

at Opheim

Bareback: 1 MORGAN BUCKINGHAM MILES CITY 55 $501.96

Saddle bronc: 1 PARKER MOTHERSHEAD JOLIET 57 $580.92.

Bull riding: NO QUALIFIED RIDES

Steer wrestling: 1 CASEY COLLINS DILLON 14.7 $580.92; 2 RYDER GAASCH BILLINGS 19.9 $435.69.

Tie-down roping: 1 JACK CORNWELL GLASGOW 12.4 $728.69; 2 RYDER GAASCH DILLON 12.7 $557.23; 3 GARRETT LARSON SIDNEY 14.1 $428.64; 4 CASEY COLLINS BILLINGS 15.2 $278.62; 5 JP CORNWELL GLASGOW 18.4 $150.02.

Team roping: 1 ANDERSON, TANNER/BENSON, JESSE MALTA 8.5 $705.19; 23 LARSON, GRADY; GARRETT LARSON SIDNEY 9.5 $440.74; 23 HUBING, BLAYNE/HUBING, JON CIRCLE 9.5 $440.74; 4 CORNWELL, JP/CORNWELL, CHARLIE GLASGOW 12.2 $176.30.

Ladies barrel racing: 1 JULIE BROWN HELENA 16.65 $644.31; 2 JODI KLIND WORDEN 17.10 $492.71; 3 LANDRY LARSON SIDNEY 17.21 $379.01; 4 NEVADA BEREZAY MAGRATH 17.27 $246.36; 5 MORGAN MCEWEN MALTA 17.98 $132.65.

Ladies breakaway: 1 JULIE PASCHKE JORDAN 2.5 $650.15; 2 CHALEE HARMS MILES CITY 6.2 $538.06.

Junior barrel racing: 1 TYE BROWN HELENA 16.92 $277.25; 2 LEDDY LARSON SIDNEY 17.11 $207.94; 3 ROYCE STROBBE SACO 17.75 $138.62; 4 BLAIRE BILLINGSLEY GLASGOW 17.86 $69.31.

Junior breakaway roping: 1 MCEWEN, MADDY MALTA 5.0 $195.84; 2 LARSON, LEDDY SIDNEY 6.3 $146.88.


Swim Team Competes In Roundup, Conrad

Tuesday, July 2nd 2024

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team split the squads this past weekend, with some competing in Roundup, and others in Conrad.

Dayton Markle swam to 2 first places and a second place and won High Point for the 8 and under boys.

Abigail Kulczyk swam in Conrad this weekend and won High Points for the 15 and over Girls.

We don't have full results from Conrad yet; here are the Roundup results.


Reds Split Double Header With Billings Blue Jays, Lose Game 1 But Rally To Win Night Cap

Friday, June 28th 2024

GAME 1: Billings Blue Jays 14, Glasgow Reds 2

The Reds fell to the Billings Blue Jays in game 1 of a conference double header at Bill Conners Field in Glasgow by a score of 14-2. The Blue Jays jumped out to a 10-0 lead after the first 3 innings, and never looked back on their way to the 14-2 victory. The game ended by the 10 run mercy rule at the end of 5 innings. The Reds did manage a small rally in the bottom of the 5th, as they plated 2 runs.

The Reds finished the game with 3 hits. Riley Smith (1-2), Conner Hudyma (1-3), and Brody Hanson (1-2) each had one hit for Glasgow.

The Blue Jays were led offensively by Brady Baker who went 2-4 at the plate, and Ryland Humphrey who went 2-3.

The winning pitcher for the Blue Jays was Kooper Beard. The losing pitcher for the Reds was Riley Smith.

GAME 2: Glasgow Reds 7, Billings Blue Jays 6

The Reds captured the win in dramatic fashion in game 2. With the game tied at 6 apiece, Khye Gamas scored the winning run (in the bottom of the 7th) on an error by the shortstop, that came off the bat of Mason Hunter. Gamas led off the 7th with a lead off walk, and then stole second base. The Blue Jays then retired the next two Reds' batters, but Gamas would advance to third on a wild pitch, before Hunter would drive him in, to secure the walk-off victory for the Reds.

To start the game, Billings took a 4-1 lead into the bottom of the 5th. The Glasgow bats would then come alive in the bottom of the 5th inning, as they would score 5 runs. After a lead off walk by Kolstad, and a big double down the right field line off the bat of Brody Hansen, Khye Gamas stepped up and delivered an RBI single to score Kolstad. Riley Smith, Conner Hudyma, and Cade Hudyma would also drive in runs for Glasgow in the bottom of the 5th.

The Winning pitcher for Glasgow was Brody Hansen, while Cohen Barnhardt took the loss for the Blue Jays.

Aidan Price pitched well for the Reds as well. Price pitched 5 innings, and gave up 4 runs on 3 hits, and struck out two batters.

The Reds will next be in action on Tuesday, July 2nd as they will travel to Glendive to take on the Blue Devils, and will travel to Sidney to face the Richland County Patriots on Wednesday, July 10th.


2024 Co-Ed Softball League Scores

Thursday, June 27th 2024

2024 Co-Ed Softball League Scores

Wednesday, June 26th, 2024
6:00PM Field 1 - Dink’s/Arch’s Tire def. Alley’s Palace 14-13
6:00PM Field 3 - Taylor Storage def. 5th Ave Pharmacy 23-11

7:30PM Field 1 - Taylor Storage def. Alley’s Palace 16-13
7:30PM Field 3 - Dink’s/Arch’s Tire def. 5th Ave Pharmacy 13-12

League Standings
5th Ave Pharmacy 6-2
Dink’s/Arch’s Tire 6-2
Northern Prairie Auto 3-5
Taylor Storage 4-4
Alley’s Palace 1-7

Next Week’s Game Schedule: NO GAMES JULY 3rd

Games rescheduled to July 10th:
6:00PM Field 1 Northern Prairie Auto vs. Dink’s/Arch’s Tire
6:00PM Field 3 5th Ave Pharmacy vs. Taylor Storage

7:30PM Field 1 Northern Prairie Auto vs. 5th Ave Pharmacy
7:30PM Field 3 Dink’s/Arch’s Tire vs. Taylor Storage


Swim Team Does Well In Harlem

Monday, June 24th 2024

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team participated in the Harlem Swim Meet last weekend. Full results are in the link below:

Full Results


Reds Sweep Home Double Header Over Richland County With Late Inning Comebacks

Friday, June 21st 2024

Game 1: Glasgow 4, Richland County 1

The Glasgow Reds defeated the Richland County Patriots in Game 1, by a score of 4-1. This game was a tightly-contested defensive battle through 5 and a half innings, but the Reds opened the offensive floodgates in the bottom of the sixth, as they plated 4 runs. Cade Hudyma drew a bases-loaded walk to bring in the first run for the Reds. Then, Brody Hanson would score on a sacrifice fly to make it 2-1. Khye Gamas then stepped up to the plate, and delivered a big, 2-run single to put the Reds up 4-1. The Reds then shut down the Patriots in the top of the 7th, to secure the conference victory.

Khye Gamas was the winning pitcher for the Reds, as he pitched a fantastic game. Gamas went 6 1/3 innings, and gave up just one run. Kayden Heck was the pitcher of record for Richland County, as he took the loss.

Gradin Sukut pitched a great game for Richland County as well. Sukut pitched 5 innings of no-hit baseball, before being relieved by Kaden Heck in the bottom of the 6th inning.

Game 2: Glasgow 6, Richland County 5

The Glasgow Reds defeated Richland County in Game 2 in dramatic fashion. The Reds trailed by a score of 5-4 heading into the bottom of the 7th inning. The Reds started off the bottom half of the 7th, with a lead off single by Riley Smith. Smith would then steal 2nd base. Brody Hanson would then drive in Riley Smith with a sacrifice fly to tie the score at 5 apiece. Cade Hudyma, then stepped up to the plate and drove in the winning run, with a walk-off game winning single, to bring home the victory, and complete the sweep over conference rival Richland County, by a score of 6-5.

Brody Hansen was the winning pitcher for Glasgow, and Kaleb Kutler took the loss on the mound for the Patriots. Glasgow was led offensively by Brody Hansen and Jack Kolstad, who both went 2-3 at the plate. Sidney was led by Ryder Hansen, who finished the game 3 for 3 at the plate, while Cooper McNally was 2 for 4. Sidney scored 2 of their 5 runs in the first inning, and added 3 more in the fourth inning.

The Reds will next be in action on Sunday, June 23rd as they will host the Laurel Dodgers. Then, the Reds will be back home to take on the Billings Blue Cardinals on Tuesday, June 25th, and will host the Billings Blue Jays on Friday, June 28th.


Dough for Daily Bread Bike Ride Is Sunday

Thursday, June 20th 2024

The “Dough for Daily Bread Bike Ride” to raise some dough for the Montana Synod Hunger Fund will be Sunday, June 23.

Bike from Nashua to Ft. Peck or walk in Kiwanis Park.

Register or donate at www.montanasynod.org. Call 406-228-4862 for more information.


2024 Co-Ed Softball League Scores

Thursday, June 20th 2024

Wednesday, June 19th, 2024
6:00PM Field 1 - Taylor Storage def. Northern Prairie Auto 13-6
6:00PM Field 3 - Dink’s/Arch’s Tire def. Alley’s Palace 13-4
7:30PM Field 1 - Alley’s Palace def. Northern Prairie Auto via forfeit
7:30PM Field 3 - Dink’s/Arch’s Tire def. Taylor Storage 11-6

League Standings
5th Ave Pharmacy 6-0
Dink’s/Arch’s Tire 4-2
Northern Prairie Auto 3-5
Taylor Storage 1-5
Alley’s Palace 1-5

Next Week’s Game Schedule: June 26th, 2024
6:00PM Field 1 Alley’s Palace vs. Dink’s/Arch’s Tire
6:00PM Field 3 Taylor Storage vs. 5th Ave Pharmacy
7:30PM Field 1 Alley’s Palace vs. Taylor Storage
7:30PM Field 3 Dink’s/Arch’s Tire vs. 5th Ave Pharmacy


Glasgow Reds Schedule

Thursday, June 20th 2024

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team is scheduled to host the Richland Patriots this Friday, June 21st at 5 and 7 p.m. at Bill Connors Field.

The Reds will travel to Laurel on Sunday before returning home to face the Billings Cardinals on June 25th and the Billings Blue Jays on June 28th.


Chinook Swim Meet Results

Wednesday, June 19th 2024

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team participated in the Chinook Swim Meet last weekend. Full results are in the link below:

Full Results


DragonFly Paperwork Link

Tuesday, June 18th 2024

To practice on Day 1 your athlete must have ALL required paperwork completed on DragonFly & an Athletic Physical must be uploaded there.

Returning parent/student athlete click here:

Dragonfly form

NEW parents follow the special instructions listed in this story's image.


Summer Training And Camp Opportunities

Tuesday, June 18th 2024

Open Gym / Open Field / Open Mat Summer Schedule:
Volleyball - 5:00-7:00 PM on Tuesdays & 5:00-6:30 PM on Wednesdays. Starts June 8th.
Football - 9:00 AM on Mondays at Scottie Field after Team Lifting.
Cross Country - 7:00 PM Monday thru Thursdays GHS Team Runs. Starts June 5th
Cheer - 4:00-6:00 PM Mondays at GHS
Boys Basketball - Grade 8-12 Open Gyms 7:30 PM Tuesday & Thursday’s / High School Individual Work 7:00-8:00
AM or 9:00-10:30 AM Monday thru Thursday / 3rd-8th Grade Skills Work 8:00-9:30 AM on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Girls Basketball - Grade 8-12 Open Gyms 6:00-7:30 PM every Monday and Grade 8-12 Scrimmages 6:30-8:00 PM
every Wednesday. Starts June 10 / High School Individual Work 7:00-8:00 AM or 9:00-10:30 AM Monday thru
Thursday / 3rd-8th Grade Skills Work 8:00-9:30 AM on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Wrestling - Open Mats for 6th-12th Grade Tuesday from 6:00-7:00 PM at the Wrestling Center. Starts June 4th. / Open
Mats for Pre K-5th Grade TBA at the Wrestling Center.
Softball - Pitching Practice with Coach DeRyke. (Schedule individually)
Golf - Free Lessons with Coach Truscott at Sunnyside every Tuesday 3:00 to 4:00 PM starting July 2nd. All school
ages are welcome.
Track & Field - Summer Skills to be held in conjunction with Scottie Football's Open Field

Scottie Strength & Conditioning Summer Schedule:
Weight Training (Boys All Sports) - Monday thru Thursday 8:00 to 9:00 AM at GHS starting June 5th
Strength and Agility Training (Girls All Sports) - Monday thru Thursday 9:00 to 10:00 AM at GHS starts June 12th

Summer Camps / Competition Summer Schedule:
- Scottie Football Gear Check-Out May 30
- 18U Scottie Softball at Billings Tournament May 31-June 2
- Glasgow Youth Football Camp (incoming 3rd-8th Grade) 8:00-10:00 AM June 3-4 on Scottie Field
- Scottie Football Practices on Scottie Field 10:00 AM June 3-4
- Volleyball Camp with Montana Tech June 5-6
- Boys and Girls Basketball Camp with Montana Tech June 5-6
- 18U Scottie Softball at Billings Tournament June 10-12
- Scottie Football at Havre Mixer June 10 (Bus leaves 7 AM)
- Glasgow Boys & Girls Youth Basketball Camp June 10-11 at GHS
- Scottie Football at Dickinson State Team Camp June 16-18 (Bus leaves 8 AM)
- Scottie Volleyball at Team Tournament in Glendive June 22
- Scottie Boys Wrestling Team Camp at Northern State (Aberdeen, SD). Incoming Grade 6-12. June 23-26
- Glasgow Wrestling Camp (Boys AND Girls) w/Iowa State University Aug 3-5 at Scottie Gymnasium AND Wrestling
Center. Grades-- Kindergarten thru 12th Grade.


Longest Dam Race Results

Saturday, June 15th 2024

Around 300 competitors participated in the 30th Annual Longest Dam Race on Saturday.

Full results


FMDH Foundation’s 25th Annual Golf Tournament Raises Over $20,000

Saturday, June 15th 2024

(Pictured - First place winners, Opportunity Bank)

On Saturday, June 8th, the FMDH Foundation hosted its 25th Annual Golf Tournament at Sunnyside Country Club, drawing 76 golfers forming 19 teams in a day filled with excitement, competition, and camaraderie. Independence Bank proudly served as the Premier Sponsor, contributing to the success of this landmark event.

Throughout the day, participants enjoyed meals prepared by Toodie’s Café & Gallery, culminating in a delicious BBQ pulled pork dinner generously sponsored by Cornwell Ranch. The tournament featured cash payouts for the top five teams, with Opportunity Bank, represented by Brad Marlenee, Billy Allestad, Jed Kirkland, and Kevin Hohlen, securing first place. Plentywood Hardware took second place, followed by Hi-Tech Golf in third, Oldies & Youngins in fourth, and NEMT STAT Air rounding out the top five.

The event also included a 50/50 raffle, raising $800, with Jake Page taking home $400 as the lucky winner. Various hole prizes were awarded for contests held on all 18 holes, adding an extra layer of fun and competition.

Thanks to the overwhelming support from local businesses, team sponsors, and donors, the FMDH Foundation raised over $20,000. These funds are crucial for the Foundation’s mission to provide high-quality medical equipment to local healthcare facilities, enhancing the level of care they can offer. Additionally, the proceeds contribute to the Foundation’s scholarship fund, awarding $30,000 annually to students pursuing careers in the medical field.

So far in 2024, the FMDH Foundation has proudly gifted adult and pediatric mannequins to NEMT STAT Air, ankle weights and dumbbells to FMDH EMS for their Community Integrated Health programs, a 2 Step Platform to FMDH Radiology, and a portable ultrasound machine for FMDH ER.

For those interested in learning more about the FMDH Foundation’s scholarship recipients or the medical equipment donations, follow FMDH Foundation on Facebook and Instagram @fmdhfoundation.
Healthcare facilities looking to apply for funding can contact the Foundation Office at (406) 228-3556 or email taylor.hohlen@fmdh.org. For more information about the Foundation’s initiatives or to express interest in joining the FMDH Foundation Board, please reach out to the Foundation Office.


Hopstad Wins District Qualifier And Advances To State Junior Golf Tourney

Wednesday, June 12th 2024

Glasgow youth golfer Hank Hopstad competed in Sidney on Monday at the District 5 qualifier for the Montana State Junior Golf Tourney.

Hopstad shot a 44-42 to win the boys 14-15 age division with a 86. The top 4 advance to the State Junior Golf Tourney in Polson June 17-19.

Regan Stuart of Malta shot a 90 to finish in 3rd place.

Hopstad as an 8th grader was a varsity golfer for the Scottie Golf Team this spring and competed at the State Golf Tourney in Shelby last month.


Swim Team Opens Season In Plentywood

Tuesday, June 11th 2024

From Coach Ethan Shrader:
We had an amazing start to the year. For the first meet everyone swam with good technique and mostly swam near the times that they swam at the state meet last year.

I am happy and excited to see where this year will take us from this starting point!

Jack Miller tied for high points in the boys 13-14 age group and won the 200 free and 100 butterfly events.

Full results


2024-2025 Scottie Cheer Teams Announed

Tuesday, June 11th 2024

Congratulations to the 2024-2025 Scottie Cheer Teams!


Local Cowboys And Cowgirls Qualify For National High School Finals Rodeo

Monday, June 10th 2024

The Montana State High School Rodeo Finals were held in Kalispell this past weekend.

Saturday championship round winners and national qualifiers for each event are as follows:

Bareback riding: Azreal Lara, Columbia Falls, 76. National Qualifiers: 1. Leighton Lafromboise, Helena, 218.5; 2. Wyatt Warneke, Great Falls, 217; Azrael Lara, Columbia Falls, 207.5; 4. William Barnett, Absarokee, 142.

Barrel racing: Payton Levine, Wolf Creek, 15.48. National qualifiers: 1. Payton Levine, Wolf Creek, 206.5; 2. Abigail Devos, Fort Shaw, 196.5; 3. Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow, 186; 4. Samantha Gerlach, Columbus, 174.

Steer wrestling: Mitch Detton, Great Falls, 4.55. National qualifiers: 1. Tatum Hansen, Glasgow, 213; 2. Ryder Gaasch, Dillon, 206; Mitch Detton, Great Falls, 195; 4. Landon Burleigh, Lewistown, 191.

Saddle bronc: Caiden Gray, Miles City, 76.5. National qualifiers: 1. Caiden Gray, Miles City 223; 2. Randin Wagner, Browning, 199; 3. Randon Boyce, Browning, 190; 4. Levi Noyes, Hardin, 115.

Breakaway roping: Kierra Hougen, Melstone, 3.26. National qualifiers: 1. Ella Moedl, Worden, 162; 2. Josie Robbins, Dillon, 144.5; 3. Ella Begger, Townsend, 142; 4. Kierra Hougen, Melstone, 139.5.

Tie-down roping: Ryder Gaasch, Dillon, 9.69. National qualifiers: 1. Pacen Buller, Glendive, 212; 2. Cash Trexler, Corvallis, 196; 3. Mitch Detton, Great Falls, 177; 4. AJ Swenson, Huntley, 166.

Goat tying: Josie Robbins, Dillon, 7.1. National qualifiers: 1. Hailey Burger, Helena, 217; 2. Cassie Gibson, Havre, 185; 3. Josie Robbins, Dillon, 179.5; 4. Sage Henderson, Lewistown, and Sally Robb, Bozeman, 166.

Team roping: Kyler Day, Volborg and Trey Fleming, Worden, 6.21. National qualifiers: 1. Walker Story, Martinsdale, and Mitch Detton, Great Falls, 160.5; 2. Holden Meged, Miles City, and Ty Westby, Opheim, 153; 3. Josie Robb, Bozeman, and Sally Robb, Bozeman, 149.5; 4. Tate Poppe, Fallon, and Gentre Coulter, Baker, 146.5.

Pole bending: Elle Werner, Clancy, 20.3. National qualifiers: 1. Ella Begger, Townsend, 204; 2. Olivia Martell, Three Forks, 191.5; 3. Kylie Toavs, Shepherd, 180; 4. Elle Werner, Clancy, 175.4.

Bull riding: Tahj Wells, Browning, 64.5. National qualifiers: 1. Tahj Wells, Browning, 264.5; 2. Octavius Christiansen, Columbia Falls, 148.5; 3. West Schroeder, Roscoe, 144; 4. JR Harrell, Toston, 139.5.


Toryn Richards Named Offensive MVP Of Class B All-Star Game

Sunday, June 9th 2024

Toryn Richards of the Glasgow Scotties was named the Offensive Mvp for the North team in the Class B All-Star game on Saturday in Red Lodge. Richards caught a 48-yard touchdown pass for the North team in the 4th quarter of the game and had a 20-yard catch earlier in the game.

Richards along with Vaughn Miller and Kohl Kittleson represented the North in the annual game featuring the best senior Class B football players in Montana.

The head coach for the North Team was Glasgow Scottie Head Coach Patrick Barnett and Sam Tedrow served as an assistant.

South 21, North 14


First quarter
North: Talen Reynolds 12 run (Malik Lyttle kick) 5:12

Second quarter
South: Shane Williams 2 run (Brett Hasler kick) 10:09

South: Aidan Lammers 7 run (Hasler kick) 3:40

Third quarter
South: Williams 5 run (Hasler kick) 6:06

Fourth quarter
North: AJ Truman 48 pass to Toryn Richards (Lyttle kick) 6:10


Reds Compete In Wahpeton Tourney

Sunday, June 9th 2024

The Glasgow Reds are playing in Wahpeton, North Dakota this weekend and won their first game of the tourney on Friday but dropped 2 games on Saturday.

Friday the Reds defeated Detroit Lakes, Minnesota 10-2.

On Saturday the Reds lost to Wahpeton 8-0 and were beaten by LaMoure, North Dakota 10-6.

In the game against Wahpeton, the Reds had just one hit. Aiden Price was on the mound and went 4 innings giving up 7 hits and 8 runs. The lone hit same from Mason Hunter.

In the 10-6 loss to LaMoure, the Reds had 6 runs on 8 hits and committed 5 errors.

On Sunday, Fergus Falls, Minnesota defeated the Reds 13-1.

Glasgow will be traveling to Billings on Tuesday and Wednesday for games with the Billings Cardinals and the Billings Blue Jays.


Toryn Richards Selected For Montana East/West Shrine Football Game

Friday, June 7th 2024

Congratulations to Toryn Richards! The recent Scottie Graduate will be moved off of the alternate list and onto the active roster for this year’s Montana East/West Shrine Football Game. Huge honor.

The first Scottie to play in the prestigious game since Mayson Phipps in 2021


Glasgow Reds Won First Game In Wahpeton, North Dakota

Friday, June 7th 2024

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball team is in Wahpeton, North Dakota this weekend playing 4 games over 3 days.

They opened up with a Friday night win over Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, 10-2. Glasgow had 10 hits and only committed one error in the win.

Hunter went 3/4 with 3 RBI's, and Gamas went 2/4, scoring 4 runs. Smith got the win, and Hunter the save.


Glasgow Reds Doubleheader With Glendive Cancelled For Wednesday

Wednesday, June 5th 2024

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team was scheduled to host Glendive Wednesday in a doubleheader at Bill Connors Field.

The doubleheader has been cancelled and no make up date has been set.


Class B All-Star Football Game Set for Saturday

Wednesday, June 5th 2024

The 35th Annual Big Sky Class B All-Star Football Game is set for Saturday at 1 p.m. at Palisades Field at Red Lodge High School.

Rosters were released for the game on Monday:

South

Thomas Bruner, Roundup; Spencer Higareda, Huntley Project; Brett Hasler, Huntley Project; Karsen Roberts, Red Lodge; Silas Hahn, Red Lodge; Walker Boos, Red Lodge; Raiden Dunlap, Red Lodge; Thomas Buchanan, Red Lodge; Stran Thompson Lytton, Red Lodge; Townes Catron, Joliet; Graidy Ward, Joliet; Quinn Griffith, Baker; Riley Williams, Baker; Braxton Fulton, Shepherd; Aidan Lammers, Shepherd; Tyler Icard, Shepherd; Seth Shepard, Big Timber; Tyler McGrady, Jefferson; Dalton Noble, Jefferson; Tavan McMaster, Jefferson; Parker Wagner, Jefferson; Tallyn McCauley, Three FOrks; Shane Williams, Three Forks; Colton Hayder, Three Forks; Degen Nelson, Columbus; Ethan Short, Columbus; Wyatt Meier, Columbus; Mason Meier, Columbus; Callin Fenno, Manhattan; Keaton Sargent, Manhattan; Jace Deming, Manhattan; Gabe Johnson, Manhattan


Head coach: Adam White, Red Lodge.

Assistant coaches: Dana Quenzer, Red Lodge; Deryk Van Zee, Baker; Clint Layng, Jefferson; Connor Sullivan, Three Forks; Anthony Buich, Roundup.

North

Vaughn Miller, Glasgow; Toryn Richards, Glasgow; Kohl Kittleson, Glasgow; Brendon Molenda, Cut Bank; Kenon Branch, Cut Bank; Sean Weird, Cut Bank; Tate Monroe, Cut Bank; Trysten Robertson, Conrad; Trevor Volk, Conrad; Talen Reynolds, Missoula Loyola; Taylor Jones, Missoula Loyola; Malik Lyttle, Missoula Loyola; Jake Jamieson, Missoula Loyola; Max Hannum, Thompson Falls; Braxton Dorscher, Thompson Falls; Charlie Page, Wolf Point; Lennoxx Lilley, Wolf Point; Preston Swenson, Wolf Point; Ethan Porter, Florence; Ben Kivela, Florence; Jake Roth, Florence; Lance Burrows, Florence; E'Mbow SaintLouis, Malta; McCoy Banner, Fairfield; AJ Truman, Eureka; Caden Record, Eureka; Sullivan Sartori, Eureka; Braden Casazza, Eureka; Michael Dirfenderfer, Whitehall.

Head coach: Patrick Barnett, Glasgow.

Assistant coaches: Sam Tedrow, Glasgow; Anthony Red Cloud, Wolf Point; Troy Truman, Eureka; Jamie Jones, Missoula Loyola; Eric Burrows, Florence-Carlton.

The game will pit the best senior high school football players from the North vs. the South.

Last year at the Lockwood High School football field, the South shut out the North in the second half to claim a 14-8 win in a game played in the rain. The South trailed by two at halftime. The win halted the North's four-game winning streak in the series. Overall the North leads the series, 18-16.


Scottie Softball Team Receives 2024 Stockman Bank Team Sportsmanship Award

Wednesday, June 5th 2024

The Glasgow Scottie Softball Team has received the 2024 Stockman Bank Team Sportsmanship Award for the MHSA State Class B/C Softball Tournament in Billings.


Milk River Catfish Class Celebrates 25th Tournament

Monday, June 3rd 2024

When an event reaches 25 years it is commonly referred to as that event's "Silver Jubilee". It's only natural to want something special to happen when celebrating a quarter century of growth and sustained success. That something special happened in 2024. The Milk River Catfish Classic celebrated its 25th tournament in simply incredible fashion.

It was May of 2000 when two young college kids overwhelmed an inaugural tournament field of just 12 teams to claim bragging rights and put the Cat Classic on the map for good. Those college kids were Glasgow natives, Brady Flaten and Jason Molstad. Now fast forward 24+ years and the two longtime friends have once again climbed to the top of the mountain. They used experience, patience, and familiarity with a specific stretch of river to land 30.92 lbs. and take home the coveted championship. Brady said it felt great. "It's been a dry spell from hell, so it's pretty cool....fishing with Jay". remarked an emotional Flaten.

There is something very fitting about having the same team achieve bookend tourney titles during the first twenty five years of the event. Flaten is the only angler in tournament history to fish ALL twenty five tournaments and this one proved extra special. The duo landed around a dozen cats throughout the night and upgraded four times along the way which helped them claim the $2,000 cash prize. It is a 5th career tournament title for Brady on the Montana Cats Circuit.

Second place went to Chris Kolstad and Nicole Nelson, both of Glasgow. Chris is no stranger to Cat Classic success as he had enjoyed seven straight top 20 finishes from 2014 to 2020 and was also a tournament runner-up in 2019. He had taken the last two years off before returning to the tournament field with Nelson. Success picked right up where he'd left off previously, however, as the team impressed with 29.08 lbs. to grab another 2nd place finish. Kolstad and Nelson were also entered in the "side pot" earning them an extra $1,200 for a total winnings of $2,700 on the night.
Third Place went to another local squad, as Ricci Olson and Dylan Guttenberg paired up to earn a 2nd consecutive top three finish! After finishing 2nd last season, they finished just ounces out of 2nd yet again. Finishing with a weight of 28.94 lbs. Two consecutive years of hardware is a rare impressive occurrence. Congratulations gentlemen. Ricci and Dylan earned $1,800 for their efforts via the tournament and side pot. Fourth place, went to a father-son duo out of Yellowstone County. Todd Lindsay, Laurel, MT., and JJ Lindsay, Billings, MT., have been on a "heater" over the last two years on the Montana Cats Circuit. This year's performance in the Cat Classic is the best ever for the Lindsay family; finishing with 27.97 lbs. Todd quipped, "Prefishing was horrible for us. By Noon on Friday we had decided to call an audible. We left our comfort zone and decided to fish a new 10-mile stretch of river. We are ecstatic with this finish, in this tournament." Rounding out the top five was the "Wise Guys". Bobby and Robert Wise, both of Billings, would ultimately finish in the Cat Classic Top 10 for a sixth time, but this time proved very different than the others. While prefishing on Thursday the ultra successful father-son duo had major boat problems. Those problems would end up relegating them to the bank. Bank-angling is not something the Wise Guys are used to navigating, but they proved why they are two of the very best in the business. They asked questions, they stayed confident with a plan to still catch big fish, and they got it done. Impressive.

The highlight of the evening undoubtedly came from Josh Palm, of Glasgow, and Rory Crawford, of Wolf Point. The night started out sour for this team when they arrived at their boat only to see it was 3/4 submerged and in danger of sinking entirely. The teammates sprang into action while enlisting the help of a local with a tractor to pull their boat safely to shore. Using their backup watercraft they finally hit the water with only three hours remaining. It proved to be a memorable three hours. Shortly after arriving at their intended fishing location, Josh landed a true fish of a lifetime. A Channel Catfish that would end up tipping the certified scale at 20.13 lbs. The fish smashes the previous Cat Classic record by over six pounds. In fact, the GIANT cat is 4 lbs. larger than any other Catfish ever caught at a Montana Cats Circuit event. This is a circuit that spans 25 years and 73 different events! It's a part of midnight weigh-ins that won't be soon forgotten by anyone that was fortunate enough to be in attendance. The fish is believed to be over 30 years old and was safely released back to the Milk River late Saturday night. Outstanding job Josh (and Rory)!

Glasgow was blessed with beautiful weather ALL weekend long as the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Montana Catfish Association brought you the 6th Annual Milk River Catfish Days Festivities to the downtown area. Savvy - The Band out of Bozeman kicked off the weekend with an impressive array of LIVE music Friday night at the Glasgow Elks Lodge 1922. Brian "Auzzy" Austin auctioned off all 80 teams without a hitch and the 17th Annual Social and Calcutta was very well attended throughout the evening.

On Saturday morning; the Catfish Days got started with a record 95 runners taking part in the "Catfish Crawl". This year's event featured 1-Mile and 5K Run/Walk options as $1,000 in Chamber Big Bucks were randomly drawn and awarded to four lucky participants. The Adult Cornhole featured over twenty five 2-person teams this year and those winners were crowned by 3:00 PM. The traditional Bloody Mary and Breakfast Burritos, co-sponsored by the Elks Lodge and Toodie's Cafe, was another smashing success. Kids of all ages enjoyed the School's Out Carnival on Main Street, sponsored by the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana. The Glasgow Police Dept. hosted a bike rodeo, the Glasgow Fire Dept. provided an opportunity for kids to get soaked. "Catfish Crazy Days'' was in full effect with downtown merchants having sidewalk sales and our local private vendors also set up all over the foot-traffic areas. Hinsdale native, Chisholm Christensen, provided LIVE country music for a Saturday night street dance in front of Soma dis Deli prior to the Famous Midnight Weigh-Ins getting underway. The aforementioned weigh-ins proved to be the culminating event for Catfish Days as once again over 500 people showed up to watch the fish hit the scales. Incredible!

We would like to thank all of our sponsors and volunteers who made this weekend so successful this year. Special thanks to the following Catfish Classic and Montana Cats Circuit Sponsors: Nemont Beverage (Busch Light), D&G Sports & Western, Glasgow TBID, Hi-Line Sportsmen, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, Shelly George Photography AND Thrivent Financial, Easy Clips Culling System, Marathon Oil, Enduro Products, BnM Poles, and RS Jet Boat Anchors.

The next event on the 2024 Montana Cats Circuit will be in Sidney for the 16th Annual Monster Cat Roundup on July 20th, 2024. Also, remember we will be BACK in Glasgow for the 7th Annual Milk River Catfish Days on June 6th-7th, 2025. The 26th Annual Cat Classic will highlight the weekend from 4:00 PM to Midnight on June 7th, 2025.


Wilcox And Gordon Win Rock Creek Walleye Tournament On Fort Peck Reservoir

Monday, June 3rd 2024


Flaten And Molstad Win Milk River Catfish Classic

Sunday, June 2nd 2024

Congratulations to Brady Flaten and Jason Molstad, both of Glasgow, MT. on winning tonight’s 25th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic with a 5-fish limit of 30.92 lbs.

It is the first Cat Classic title for the teammates since winning the inaugural event 24 years ago! It’s a 5th career title on the Montana Catfish Association circuit for Flaten.


Glasgow Reds Compete At Havre Tourney

Sunday, June 2nd 2024

The Glasgow Reds are in Havre this weekend competing at the Havre Northstars American Legion Wood Bat Jamboree.

The Reds started the tourney on Friday with a 11-5 loss to Tri-County but bounced back with a 8-4 win over Gallatin Valley on Saturday.

In the 8-4 win, Reds pitchers combined for 16 strikeouts while holding the Outlaws to just 4 hits. Riley Smith, Connor Hudyma and Khye Gamas were on the mound for the Reds.

On Sunday, the Reds matched up with the Havre Northstars and the Great Falls Chargers.

The Reds were beaten by Great Falls 14-0. Glasgow was down 2-0 in the 4th inning but gave up 12 runs in the 5th.

Glasgow had 0 runs on 1 hit and committed 2 errors. The lone hit in the game for the Reds came from Khye Gamas. Aiden Price started for Glasgow on the mound and went 4.1 innings giving up 4 hits and 6 runs.

The Havre Northstars defeated Glasgow 10-4. The Reds had 4 runs on 3 hits and committed 2 errors. Jack Kolstad was the starting pitcher for Glasgow and went 1.1 innings giving up 5 hits and 7 runs.

Glasgow will host Glendive on Wednesday at Bill Connors Field with games at 4pm and 6pm.


First Day Leaders At Rock Creek Walleye Tourney

Sunday, June 2nd 2024

The Rock Creek Walleye Tourney started on Saturday and will continue on Sunday on Fort Peck Reservoir.


Scottie Summer Training Opportunities

Friday, May 31st 2024

Open Gym / Open Field / Open Mat Summer Schedule

Volleyball - 5:00-7:00 PM on Tuesdays & 5:00-6:30 PM on Wednesdays. Starts June 8th.

Football - 9:00 AM on Mondays at Scottie Field after Team Lifting.

Cross Country - 7:00 PM Monday thru Thursdays GHS Team Runs. Starts June 5th

Cheer - 4:00-6:00 PM Mondays at GHS

Boys Basketball - Grade 8-12 Open Gyms 7:30 PM Tuesday & Thursday’s / High School Individual Work 7:00-8:00 AM or 9:00-10:30 AM Monday thru Thursday / 3rd-8th Grade Skills Work 8:00-9:30 AM on Monday and Wednesday's.

Girls Basketball - Grade 8-12 Open Gyms 6:00-7:30 PM every Monday and Grade 8-12 Scrimmages 6:30-8:00 PM every Wednesday. Starts June 10 / High School Individual Work 7:00-8:00 AM or 9:00-10:30 AM

Monday thru Thursday / 3rd-8th Grade Skills Work 8:00-9:30 AM on Monday and Wednesdays.

Wrestling - Open Mats for 6th-12th Grade Tuesdays from 6:00-7:00 PM at the Wrestling Center. Starts June 4th. / Open Mats for Pre K-5th Grade TBA at the Wrestling Center.

Softball - Pitching Practice with Coach DeRyke. (Schedule individually)

Golf - Free Lessons with Coach Truscott at Sunnyside every Tuesday 3:00 to 4:00 PM starting July 2nd. All school ages welcome.

Track & Field - Summer Skills to be held in conjunction with Scottie Football's Open Field

Scottie Strength & Conditioning Summer Schedule
Weight Training (Boys All Sports) - Monday thru Thursday 8:00 to 9:00 AM at GHS starting June 5th

Strength and Agility Training (Girls All Sports) - Monday thru Thursday 9:00 to 10:00 AM at GHS starting June 12th

Summer Camps / Competition Summer Schedule
Scottie Football Gear Check-Out May 30

18U Scottie Softball at Billings Tournament May 31-June 2

Glasgow Youth Football Camp (incoming 3rd-8th Grade) 8:00-10:00 AM June 3-4 on Scottie Field

Scottie Football Practices on Scottie Field 10:00 AM June 3-4

Volleyball Camp with Montana Tech June 5-6

Boys and Girls Basketball Camp with Montana Tech June 5-6

18U Scottie Softball at Billings Tournament June 10-12

Scottie Football at Havre Mixer June 10 (Bus leaves 7 AM)

Glasgow Boys & Girls Youth Basketball Camp June 10-11

Scottie Football at Dickinson State Team Camp June 16-18 (Bus leaves 8 AM)

Scottie Volleyball at Team Tournament in Glendive June 22

Scottie Boys Wrestling Team Camp at Northern State (Aberdeen, SD). Incoming Grade 6-12. June 23-26. Bus leaves 9 AM on the 22nd.

Glasgow Wrestling Camp (Boys AND Girls) w/Iowa State University Aug 3-5 at Scottie Gymnasium AND Wrestling Center. Grades-- Kindergarten thru 12th Grade.


Catfish Craw Set For Saturday

Friday, May 31st 2024

Come kick off summer with us at the Catfish Crawl! Join us in Glasgow at the Busted Knuckle Taproom on June 1st! The race will begin and end at the Busted Knuckle.

Registration starts at 8:00am at the Busted Knuckle Taproom. The 1mile walk/run starts at 9:00am and the 5K walk/run starts at 9:15am. Price is $20/adult, $10 for 6-17 y/o, and 6 y/o and under are free.

If there are 75 signups there will be a random drawing at the end for 2 lucky people to win $250 each! If there are 100 signups, then there will be a random drawing for 3 lucky people to win $250 each!

Each participant receives a Catfish Crawl t-shirt as well. There will be no refunds after signing up on Run Signup. Once the race is finished, stop into the brewery and enjoy a nice cold beer! We can't wait to see you guys there!


Sports Banquet Award Winners

Wednesday, May 29th 2024

The annual Scottie sports banquet was held on Tuesday night at St. Raphael's gymnasium, with keynote speaker Nick Walker.

Outstanding senior award winners were Emily See and Vaughn Miller, and the Golden Scottie award winner was Toryn Richards.

Full Awards Winner List


Montana High School Rodeo Association Standings

Wednesday, May 29th 2024

The Montana High School Rodeo Association wrapped up the regular season and now turn their attention to the State Finals, which are scheduled for June 3-8 at the Majestic Valley Arena in Kalispell. The finals will be live streamed on the Cowboy Channel on June 6, 7 and 8. Coverage will begin at 8 a.m. on June 6 and 7 and again for the evening performance at 6:30 p.m.

Championship coverage on June 8 will begin at 1 p.m.

The top four contestants from each event following the finals will compete at the National High School Rodeo Finals July 14-20 in Rock Springs, Wyo.


All-Around Cowgirl: 1, Aspen Swenson, Huntley, 554.5; 2, Linden Schenk, Joliet, 531; 3, Brook Billingsley, Glasgow, 454.5; 4, Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber, 417; 5, Sally Robb, Townsend, 410.5; 6, Ella Moedl, Worden, 389.5; 7, Ella Begger, Townsend, 383.5; 8, Kylie Toavs, Shepherd, 381.5.

All-Around Cowboy: 1, Mitch Detton, Great Falls, 382; 2, Ryder Gaasch, Dillon, 329; 3, Teagen Arnold, Conrad, 329; 4, AJ Swenson, Huntley, 307; 5, Ryatt Fraser, Hysham, 268; 6, Cash Trexler, Corvallis, 258; 7, Holden Meged, Miles City, 255; 8, Charlie Cornwell, Glasgow, 249; 9, Walker Story, Martinsdale, 230; John Conwell, Glasgow, 220.

Trap Shoot: 1, Austin Ward, Darby, 149.5; 2, Preston Lee, Choteau; 131.5; 3, Katy Ramsey, Great Falls, 128; 4, Emma Atkinson, Great Falls, 125; 5, William Barnett, Absarokee, 98; 6, Ruby Ray, Whitefish, 93.5; 7, Abigail Esposito, Dillon, 90; 8, Gus Lee, Choteau, 28.5; 9, Macie Schreckendgust, Kalispell, 27; 10, Mesa Radue, Belgrade, 21.

Tie Down Roping: 1, Cash Trexler, Corvallis, 144; 2, Pacen Buller, Glendive, 142; 3, Weston Hersel, Lewistown, 142; 4, Blaise Bolich, Belgrade, 134; 5, AJ, Swenson, Huntley, 132; 6, Holden Meged, Miles City, 132; 7, Mitch Detton, Great Falls, 129; 8, Ryder Gaasch, Dillon, 123; 9, Teagen Arnold, Conrad, 119; .

Team Roping: 1, Tate Poppe, Fallon, 137; 2, Gentre Coulter, Baker, 132; 3, Charlie Cornwell, Glasgow, 131; 4, John Cornwell, Glasgow, 131; 5, Sally Robb, Bozeamn, 127; 6, Josie Robb, Bozeman, 124; 7, Ty Westby, Opheim, 123; 8, Holden Meged, Miles City, 123; 9, Payton Levine, Wolf Creek, 120; 10, Ella Moedl, Worden, 119.

Steer Wrestling: 1, Ryder Gaasch, Dillon, 150; 2, Tatum Hansen, Glasgow, 147; 3, Mitch Detton, Great Falls, 147; 4, Landon Burleigh, Lewistown, 143; 5, Teagen Arnold, Conrad, 133; 6, Gus Lee, Choteau, 97; 7, Ryatt Fraser, Hysham, 79; 8, AJ Swenson, Huntley, 71; 9, Burke Nowak, Worden, 53; 10, Rafe Spring, Bozeman, 32.


Saddle Bronc Riding: 1, Caiden Gray, Miles City, 150; 2, Randon Boyce, Browning, 144; 3, Randin Wagner, Browning, 131; 4, Junior Calfbossribs, Heart Butte, 82; 5, Levi Noyes, Hardin, 58; 6, Koy McAllister, Ronan, 47; 7, Paul O’Hair, Livingston, 40; 8, Tahj Wells, Brownin, 37.5; 9, Colton Haase, East Helena, 26; 10, Will Baeth, Manhattan, 25.

Rifle Shoot: 1, Sophia Wyatt, Dillon, 150; 2, Clancy Setzer, Wisdom, 124; 3, Katy Ramsey, Great Falls, 123; 4, Ruby Ray, Whitefish, 105; 5, Elle Werner, Clancy, 99; 6, Abigaiil Esposito, Dillon, 88; 7, Micah Broch, Corvallis, 86; 8, Emma Atkinson, Great Falls, 73; 9, Cobie Schneiderhan, Clancy, 73; 10, William Barnett, Absarokee, 49.

Pole Bending: 1, Ella Begger, Townsend, 150; 2, Linden Schenk, Joliet, 145; 3, Elle Warner, Clancy, 138.5; 4, Shelby Gobbs, Glendive, 134; 5, Olivia Martell, Three Forks, 131.5; 6, Kylie Toavs, Shepherd, 130; 7, Aspen Swenson, Huntley, 123; 8, Tess Megill, Bigfork, 119.5; 9, Chloe Lafromboise, Helena, 119; 10, Ruby Ray, Whitefish, 111; 11, Kate Wiening, Lewistown, 111.

Goat Tying: 1, Hailey Burger, Helena, 149; 2, Sage Henderson, Lewistown, 138; 3, Cassie Gibson, Havre, 133.5; 4, Sally Robb, Bozeman, 134; 5, Linden Schenk, Joliet, 132.5; 6, Aspen Swenson, Huntley, 126.5; 7, Raenee Mapston, Belt, 125; 8, Madison Kruzich, Shepherd, 122; 9, Kate Wiening, Lewistown, 122; 10, Mallie Mae Ruther, Big Timber, 119.5

Girls Cutting: 1, Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber, 134; 2, Mesa Radue, Belgrade, 94; 3, Dakota Woodring, Manhattan, 50; 4, Kate Wiening, Lewistown, 33; 5, Ruby Ray, Whitefish, 20; 6, Aidyn Marie Keffer, Manhattan, 17.

Cowhorse: 1, Walker Story, Martinsdale, 115; 2, Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber, 104.5; 3, Kate Wiening, Lewistown, 99.5; 4, Mesa Radue, Belgrade, 80; 5, Dakota Woodring, Manhattan, 76.5; 6, Ali Erickson, Hobson, 58; 7, Jacob Heggie, Choteau, 43; 8, Ruby Ray, Whitefish, 31; 9, Logan Paddock, Darby, 20; 10, Jori Horsburgh, Cartwright, 17.


Breakaway Roping: 1, Ella Moedl, Worden, 136; 2, Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow, 120; 3, Payton Levine, Wolf Creek, 119; 4, Grace Lenhardt, Great Falls, 118; 5, Aspen Swenson, Huntley, 113.5; 6, Shaylee Berg, Stanford, 113.5; 7, Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber, 111; 8, Ella Begger, Townsend, 108; 9, Kierra Hougen, Melstone, 101.5; 10, Hailey Burger, Helena, 101.5.

Boys Cutting: 1, Ryatt Fraser, Hysham, 115.5; 2, Walker Story, Martinsdale, 105; 3, Jacob Heggie, Choteau, 53; 4, Tristen Cheff, Kalispell, 16.5

Bull Riding: 1, Tahj Wells, Browning, 148; 2, Devyn Hundley, Darby, 132; 3, West Schroeder, Roscoe, 122; 4, Octavius Christianson, Columbia Falls, 118.5; 5, JR Harrell, Toston, 66.5; 6, Joe Delaney, Grass Range, 55; 7, Bre’Zhon Spang, Busby, 39; 8, Ryan Kendall, Ronan, 27; 9, Dylan Burger, Helena, 20; 10, Kurtis Styren, Choteau, 13.

Barrel Racing: 1, Abigail Devos, Fort Shaw, 140.5; 2, Jocie Roen, Musselshell, 140.5; 3, Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow, 136; 4, Kierra Hougen, Melstone, 134.5; 5, Payton Levine, Wolf Creek, 132.5; 6, Elle Werner, Clancy, 130.5; 7, Samantha Gerlach, Columbus, 128; 8, Olivia Martell, Three Forks, 123; 9, Rylee Webb, Arlee, 111; 10, Linden Schenk, Joliet, 109.5.

Bareback Riding: 1, Wyatt Warneke, Great Falls, 149; 2, Leighton Lafromboise, Helena, 144.5; 3, William Barnett, Absarokee, 142; 4, Azreal Lara, Columbia Falls, 133.5; 5, Wylee Berglund, Marion, 28; 6, Hayden Reed, Hall, 26.


Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet Is Tuesday Night

Monday, May 27th 2024

The Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet is this Tuesday night. This is a semi-formal event for all coaches and student-athletes. Please dress appropriately for this Tuesday night. 6:00 p.m. St. Raphael’s Gymnasium.

Come enjoy a free meal & celebrate a great year of Scottie Athletics!

Nick Walker will be the featured speaker. Nick is a current multi-sport coach and Athletic Director at Killdeer High School in Killdeer, North Dakota where he is completing his 2nd year as the leader of Cowboy Athletics.

Nick is a 1998 Graduate of Plentywood High School where he was a 3 sport standout for the Wildcats. After High School, he played 2 years of Football at the University of Montana, before transferring to Dickinson State University and shining on the gridiron for the Blue Hawks. While at DSU, Walker was a 2-time NAIA All-American at the quarterback position.

After college, he followed in his father's legendary footsteps and began an immediate successful coaching career. He has been coaching Football, Basketball, and Track for nearly 25 years! With coaching stops in Harlowtown (MT), Bismarck Century (ND), Bismarck Legacy, Dickinson State, Bowman (ND), and Killdeer (ND).

His coaching accolades are impressive. He led the Bismarck Century Patriot Girls to five consecutive State A Track & Field titles from 2011 to 2016. At Dickinson State University he led the Blue Hawk Men’s Track and Field team to 4 combined indoor and outdoor conference championships as the program’s Head Coach, while also helping guide the DSU Football team to two Conference Championships as the team’s Quarterback Coach. At Bowman County; he led the football team to two State Semifinal Appearances in his 4 seasons and was named Class B North Dakota Coach of the Year in 2021. He also led the Bowman County Girls to a State B Track title in 2008.

We are excited to welcome Nick Walker BACK to Northeast Montana and to have him speak to this year’s student-athletes.


Three Scotties Earn Postseason Softball Awards

Monday, May 27th 2024

Three Glasgow Scotties have earned postseason honors out of the Eastern B/C softball division.

Halle Hunter earns 1st Team All-Conference Honors

Macy Martin and Berkley Hillman were both named 2nd Team All-Conference.


State Class C Track results

Sunday, May 26th 2024

Class C Boys Track results had Lustre Christian finishing in 3rd place. Belt won the team title with 67 points, Manhattan Christian had 56, Lustre Christian 42, Hobson-Moore 33, Cascade 32, Harlowton/Ryegate/Judith Gap 31, Valley Christian and Powder River Co. 22, Saco and Scobey 20.

100 m – Terran Joseph 4th (Lustre Christian)
Blaine Downing 8th (Saco)
200 m Terran Joseph 1st (Lustre Christian) 22.64
Gage Hallock 5th (Scobey)
Blaine Downing 7th (Saco)
400 m Blaine Downing (Saco) 1st 50.64
Terran Joseph 7th (Lustre Christian)
3200 m Presyn Klatt 7th (Lustre Christian)
300 m Hurdles Johnslee Pierre 3rd (Lustre Christian)
4 x 100 relay Lustre Christian 5th
4 x 400 relay Lustre Christian 3rd
Scobey 8th
High Jump Ty Leischner 1st (Scobey) 6’5”
Pole Vault – Blaine Downing 1st (Saco) 15’3”
Ty Leischner 2nd (Scobey)
Kade Strommen 3rd (Hnsdale)
Long Jump Johnslee Pierre 2nd (Lustre Christian)

Class C Girls had Roberts in first with 61 points, Savage 61, Scobey 51, Twin Bridges 46, Whitewater 38 and Saco 36.

200 m Mia Handran 4th (Scobey)
400 m Mia Handran 3rd (Scobey)
Josie Brown 4th (Saco)
800 m Mia Handran 2nd (Scobey)
Shelby LaBrie 4th (Whitewater)
Mya Green 6th (Scobey)
1600 m Shelby LaBrie 1st (Whitewater) 5:25.01
Mya Green 2nd (Scobey)
3200 m Shelby LaBrie 1st (Whitewater) 11:53.46
Mya Green 4th (Scobey)
Zora Holt 5th (Hinsdale)
100 m Hurdles Maddy Willis 5th (Scobey)
300 m Hurdles Maddy Willis 4th (Scobey)
4 x 100 m relay – Scobey 6th
4 x 400 m relay – Scobey 4th
Whitewater 7th
Shot Put – Katie Aanstad 4th (Scobey)
CharLee McColly 6th (Hinsdale)
Javelin Paige Wasson 1st (Whitewater) 128’ 8”
Teagen Erickson 2nd (Saco)
Kennedy Simonson 4th (Whitewater)
High Jump Teagan Erickson 3rd (Saco)
Bailey McColly 7th (Hinsdale)
Pole Vault Emerson Downing 2nd (Saco)
Mady Willis 3rd (Scobey)
Gracie Wasson 8th (Whitewater)
Long Jump Teagan Erickson 1st (Saco) 17’ 2.75”
Triple Jump Tegan Erickson 8th (Saco)


Scottie Boys 5th, Girls Tie For 7th At State Class B Track And Field Meet, Kyler Hollinde And Tanae Baker Bring Home Individual Titles

Saturday, May 25th 2024

The Glasgow Scotties Boys' Track Team ran, jumped, vaulted, and threw their way to a 5th place finish at the State Class B Track And Field Meet in Laurel on Saturday. After day one, the Glasgow Boys found themselves tied with Red Lodge for 3rd and 4th. After all was said and done, the Glasgow boys wound up with a top 5 finish.

Khye Gamas had a fantastic meet, running to a 2nd place finish in the 400 with a time of 50.56. Khye also finished 5th in the 200 (23.21), and 5th in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 41.87.

Vaughn Miller came up big for Glasgow in the throws, as he finished in 2nd place in the javelin (184-0), and 6th place in the discus (148-11). Wyatt Babb also contributed points in the discus, as he finished in 4th, with a toss of 150-9.

Kyler Hollinde brought home the gold medal in the 800 with a time 1:57.54, and Nick Solorzano placed 6th in the pole vault with a vault of 12-0. Glasgow's 4 x 100 meter relay team also picked up a sixth place finish with a time of 44.93. That relay team was comprised of Khye Gamas, Nick Solorzano, Kyler Whitman, and Wyatt Babb.

The Glasgow girls finished the State Meet tied with Choteau for 7th-8th place. The Glasgow girls were anchored by Tanae Baker's 1st place State Title finish in the 3200 (11:16.98), and her 3rd place finish in the 1600 (5:20.13). Eve Stone and Mayzie Yoakam also contributed in the scoring column for the Glasgow girls. Eve Stone placed 5th in the pole vault, with a vault of 10 feet, while Mayzie Yoakam finished 5th in the triple jump with a jump of 32' 8.75"

Team Scores Girls

1. Huntley Project- 104
2. Missoula Loyola- 87
3. Broadwater- 70.33
4. Plains- 26
5. Columbus- 22
5. Conrad- 22
7. Glasgow- 20
7. Choteau- 20
9. Baker- 14
9. Joliet- 14
9. Shepherd- 14
9. Three Forks- 14
13. Fairfield- 12.33
14. Anaconda- 12
15. Colstrip- 10
16. Fairview- 9
17. Florence-Carlton- 8
17. St. Labre- 8
19. Sweet Grass County- 7
20. Jefferson- 6
20. Manhattan- 6
20. Red Lodge- 6
23. Shelby- 4
24. Darby- 3
24. Malta- 3
26. Powell County- 2
26. Superior- 2
28. Arlee- 1
29. Thompson Falls- 0.33

Boys Team Scores

1. Jefferson- 90
2. Missoula Loyola- 68
3. Red Lodge- 67
4. Columbus- 52
5. Glasgow- 37
6. Florence-Carlton- 26
6. Wolf Point- 26
8. Anaconda- 22
9. Sweet Grass County- 19
10. Baker- 18
11. Superior- 13
12. Chinook- 11
13. Choteau- 10
13. Fairview- 10
15. Cut Bank- 8
15. Joliet- 8
15. Thompson Falls- 8
15. Lincoln County- 8
19. Three Forks- 6
20. Fairfield- 5
21. Park City- 5
22. Arlee- 2
22. Huntley Project- 2
22. Powell County- 2
25. Harlem- 1
25. Malta- 1

Glasgow Individual Placers:

Khye Gamas: 200 (5th)- 23.21
300H (5th)- 41.87
400 (2nd)- 50.56

Kyler Hollinde: 800 (State Champion)- 1:57.54

Wyatt Babb: Discus (4th)- 150'9"

Vaughn Miller: Discus (6th)- 148'11"
Javelin (2nd)- 184'0"

Nick Solorzano: Pole Vault (6th)- 12'0"

Boys' 4 x 100m Relay (6th)- 44.93 (Khye Gamas, Nick Solorzano, Kyler Whitman, Wyatt Babb)

Tanae Baker: 3200 (State Champion)- 11:16.98
1600 (3rd)- 5:20.13

Eve Stone: Pole Vault (5th) 10'0"

Mayzie Yoakam: Triple Jump (5th) 32' 8.75"


Local Track And Field Athletes Excel At Nationals

Saturday, May 25th 2024

Dickinson State University athlete Kaitlyn McColly finished in 4th place in the Multi-Events at the NAIA National Track and Field Meet. Taylor Laumeyer, also competing for DSU, finished in 4th place (out of 33 competitors) in the discus with a toss of 161'5", earning All-American Honors as well.

Former Scottie athlete Brett Glaser, competing for Black Hills State, finished in 8th place in the Men's Decathlon, scoring 7189 points. This is also an All-American finish for Brett! Just last season, Brett finished in 2nd place in the NAIA National Decathlon, competing for Carroll College.

Congratulations Kaitlyn, Taylor, and Brett!


Scottie Boys 3rd, Girls 9th After Day One At State B Track Meet

Saturday, May 25th 2024

The Scottie boys are currently tied for 3rd-4th place with Red Lodge, and the girls are currently in 9th place at the conclusion of Friday's events at the State Class B Track Meet in Laurel. The track meet continues today in Laurel.

Day One Team Scores:

Boys

1. Jefferson- 31
2. Columbus- 30
3. Glasgow -22
4. Red Lodge- 22
5. Superior- 10
6. Florence-Carlton- 10
7. Wolf Point- 10
8. Baker- 8
9. Big Timber- 7
10. Chinook- 6
11. Joliet- 6
12. Cut Bank- 4
13. Fairfield- 3
14. Fairview- 2
15. Arlee- 2
16. Missoula Loyola- 1
17. Huntley Project- 1
18. Malta- 1

Girls

1. Townsend- 22
2. Hunley Project- 20
3. Missoula Loyola- 12
4. Plains- 12
5. Choteau- 11
6. St. Labre- 8
7. Baker- 8
8. Fairfield- 7
9. Glasgow- 6
10. Anaconda- 4
11. Florence-Carlton- 4
12. Conrad- 2
13. Deer Lodge- 2

Girls Individual Placers:

1600- Tanae Baker: 3rd (5:20.13)

Boys Individual Placers:

400- Khye Gamas: 2nd (50.56)
Pole Vault- Nick Solorzano: 6th (12'0")
Discus- Wyatt Babb: 4th (150'9") Vaughn Miller: 6th (148'11")
Javelin- Vaughn Miller: 2nd (184'0")