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Glasgow Ice Dawgs Defeat Billings 9-1

Friday, March 1st 2024

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs high school hockey team defeated Billings today 9-1 in round robin play at the State Hockey Tournament in Billings.

Glasgow had 60 shots on goal compared to just 13 for Billings.

The Ice Dawgs will play Bozeman at 6:45 pm tonight in round robin play.


Glasgow Ice Dawgs Win First Game

Friday, March 1st 2024

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs high school hockey team defeated Helena in pool play Thursday evening at the State Tourney in Billings.

Final score 5-0 as Glasgow had 57 shots on goal compared to just 13 for Helena. Goals scored for Glasgow:
Zevin Kummerfeldt, Brody Hansen, Tavin Boland, Connor Koski and Lex Fairclough.

Jacob Potter had the shutout at goalie while stopping 13 shots on goal.

The Ice Dawgs will match up with Billings at 10:45am Friday in pool play at the state tourney.


Hinsdale's Kaitlyn McColly Wins The National Championships In The NAIA Indoor Pentathlon

Thursday, February 29th 2024

Dickinson State's Kaitlyn McColly is a National Champion in the women's indoor pentathlon!

McColly was down by 150 pts with 2 events left, down by 83 with one event left & won the national title by 15 points on Thursday.

McColly scored 3,716 points to edge Rene Finke of Central Methodist. Finke finished second with 3701, followed by Abi Stevens of Southern Oregon with 3604. Abby Clark of Montana Tech was fourth at 3595.

McColly led by 26 points after the 60m Hurdles but fell behind after Finke outscored her by 179 points in the high jump. McColly outscored Finke by 3 in the shot put, 67 in the long jump, and by 98 points in the 800m to win the title.

60m Hurdles: McColly 8.70, Finke 8.82
High Jump: Finke 1.74 (5' 8.5"), McColly 1.59 ( 5' 2.5")
Shot Put: McColly 11.10m ( 36' 5"), Finke 11.06m (36' 3.5")
Long Jump: McColly 5.34m (17' 6.25"), Finke 5.10m (16' 8.75")
800m: McColly 2:24.63, Finke 2:32.33

Northeast Montana's other multi-even specialist, Brett Glaser, just missed making nationals after moving up to Division II as a grad student at Black Hills State University. It's unclear why, but the NCAA only took 14 men in the Heptathlon and took at least 16 in every other event. Glaser is ranked #15 in the country.



Two Next-Level Scotties See Their Seasons End

Thursday, February 29th 2024

Brett Glaser just missed making nationals after moving up to Division II as a grad student at Black Hills State University. It's unclear why, but the NCAA only took 14 men in the Heptathlon and took at least 16 in every other event. Glaser is ranked #15 in the country in Division II.

And, Tyann Graham saw her season end as the Miles Community College Women's Basketball Team lost to Dawson Community College in the Region XIII Quarterfinal on Wednesday night in Glendive, 72-55.


2024 Co-Ed Volleyball League Scores

Thursday, February 29th 2024

Wednesday, February 28th, 2024
Ezzie’s def. Independence Bank
Dink’s def. Arch’s Tire
Ezzie’s def. Dink’s
Independence Bank def. Arch’s Tire
Busted Knuckle def. Serve-ivors via forfeit
Busted Knuckle def. Hi-Line Ford via forfeit

League Standings
Ezzie’s 16-0
Busted Knuckle 12-3
Dink’s 11-5
Arch’s Tire 7-9
Hi-Line Ford 6-9
Independence Bank 6-9
Serve-ivors 1-14

Next Week’s Game Schedule: March 6th, 2024
Court #1
6:00PM Busted Knuckle vs. Arch’s Tire
7:00PM Busted Knuckle vs. Ezzie’s
8:00PM Hi-Line Ford vs. Dink’s
9:00PM Hi-Line Ford vs. Independence Bank

Court #2
8:00PM Independence Bank vs. Serve-ivors
9:00PM Dink’s vs. Serve-ivors


Glasgow Ice Dawgs Hockey Team Competing At State Tourney In Billings

Wednesday, February 28th 2024

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs High School hockey teams will be playing in their state tourney this weekend in Billings. Good Luck!

With a regular season record of 15-3-0, they secured the 2nd seed in the East Division. First game is Thursday at 6:15PM


Eastern C Divisional Basketball Tourney Starts Wednesday In Glasgow

Monday, February 26th 2024

The Eastern C Divisional Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments start this week in Glasgow. The boys tourney starts on Wednesday and the girls tourney on Thursday. All 24 games will be broadcast on Kltz with Stan Ozark, Derek Beadle, Jeremy Radakovich and Eli Feezell handling all the broadcast duties!


Young Grapplers Shine in Wolf Point and Havre

Monday, February 26th 2024

The Highlanders are in midseason form! Wolf Point and Havre provided some great competition over the weekend and the boys and girls once again seemingly passed every test. The club split up on Saturday as the majority wrestled in the Wolf Point Invitational while many 5th thru 8th graders headest west to the Havre Middle School Invitational.

Wolf Point featured nine different clubs and offered the 47 Highlanders in attendance another opportunity at key divisional opponents. GWC crowned 16 Individual Champions and secured 34 top three finishers in Wolf Point! The future Scotties finished with the 2nd most Pins/Tech Falls at the event with 54 total and a 64% overall winning percentage.

The Havre Middle School event is school sanctioned for Central Montana and has traditionally allowed clubs to enter to boost the competition level. A small group of Highlanders brought some punch to the meet and would walk away with 3 Individual titles! 12 out of 13 grapplers found the podium with a top 6 finish. GWC had the BEST winning percentage out of the 15 teams in attendance; finishing at 71% (34-14 overall record).

On Sunday, the young Highlanders teamed up with some of the older kids to compete in the Pre-Pony Rumble at Havre High School! 15 clubs and 221 wrestlers formed a small Northeast Division event. GWC traveled with 24 and walked away with 11 Champions! 19 of 24 Highlanders finished in the top three and the team impressed with a 63% overall winning percentage.

Next weekend will have the Highlanders in two different directions once again. The Glendive Invitational will host their local AAU tournament on Saturday. The Montana Middle School State Championships will also be held on Saturday in Lewistown for all 5th thru 8th grade wrestlers. On Sunday, there will be a Little Guy event, called the “Big Spring Brawl”, also in Lewistown.

Wolf Point Invitational Individual Results
Tot–
Theo Marks 1st
Jax Pankratz 1st
Kayson Murch 2nd
Newt Knaff 1st
Nora Knodel 1st
Bantam–
Nels Redfield 3rd
Howard Redfield 1st
Silas Hopstad 2nd
Michael Ames 6th
Declan Cochran 4th
Eli Pankratz 5th
Ledger Kaufman 1st
Colt Knaff 1st
Olive Marks 1st
Aurora Markle 2nd
Rylie Reeverts
Brenley Flaten 3rd
Collins Flaten 1st
Midget–
Erickson Cochran 2nd
Dayton Markle 2nd
CJ Sillerud 5th
Jett Morehouse 1st
Orrin Mason 5th
Milo Marks 5th
Buddy Cole 5th
Kase Shumway 4th
Josiah Hernandez 2nd
Rygan Gamas 1st
Porter Hopstad 2nd
Abbey Nyenhuis 4th
Gwen Torres 3rd
Harlee Vandermars 1st
Novice–
Walker Kirkland 1st
Ryker Nixdorf 2nd
Knoxsen Harris 3rd
Ryatt Reeverts 2nd
Benson White 6th
Eli Holinde 3rd
Devon Munroe 1st
Kennedy Flaten 2nd
Lyla Lehner 4th
Josie Hartwell 1st
Madisyn Murch 2nd
Schoolboy/Schoolgirl–
Leighton Chapman 3rd
Khloe Kaufman 2nd
Melinda Cummings 4th
Cadet–
Aubree Holinde 1st

Havre Middle School Individual Results
Taden Sundeen 1st
Hunter Pierce 2nd
Paxton Wesen
Jack Morehouse 1st
Saunten Gamas 2nd
DC Flaten 2nd
Alex Earll 1st
Ernie Vandall 3rd
Riley Pattison 2nd
Kylie Aho 1st
Riley Pedersen 2nd
Bailey Dooley 5th
Chloe Lamb 5th

Pre-Pony Rumble Individual Results
Tot–
Rhett Murch 1st
Frank Pattison 2nd
Newt Knaff 1st
Bantam–
Zander Downhour 3rd
Atikis Girard 6th
Taryn Sundeen 2nd
Collins Flaten 1st
Brenley Flaten 1st
Colt Knaff 1st
Midget–
Tate Lehner 1st
CJ Sillerud 4th
Cole Hagenau
Murdock Pattison 2nd
Buddy Cole 5th
TenLea Sundeen 1st
Novice–
Josiah Hernandez 1st
Riley Pattison 2nd
Harlee Vandermars 4th
Lyla Lehner 2nd
Josie Hartwell 1st
Schoolgirl–
Kylie Aho 3rd
Riley Pedersen 1st
Chloe Lamb 1st
Bailey Dooley 3rd


Next-Level Athletes Have A Big Weekend

Monday, February 26th 2024

#NextLevelScottie Brett Glaser won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Indoor Track & Field Championships in Spearfish, SD this past weekend. Here's part of the press release:

A stellar two-day performance from the Glaser (Gr., Glasgow, Mont.) culminated in him taking the league title in the Heptathlon with 5,153 points. He set personal bests in the 60m (7.17), long jump (6.92m), and high jump (1.88m). His heptathlon score itself is also a new personal-best for the Glasgow, Montana native. Glaser was one of two competitors in the event to notch 5,000+ points. The conference title in the event also earns him First Team All-Conference honors.

"I am incredibly proud of this young man. He dominated the opportunity and rose to the occasion! Not only winning a conference title but placing himself inside the top-15 in the country," noted head track and field coach Austin Billings. "He has worked tirelessly to perfect his events and proved that he has even more in the tank for outdoor. The sky is the limit for Brett and I can't wait to see him climb to even higher heights!"

Entering the NCAA Championships weekend, Glaser slides up to No. 15 in the Heptathlon in Division II. If he will earn a trip to Pittsburg, Kansas will be announced in the coming days.
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#NextLevelScottie Iris McKean competed for the Lady Griz at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Track & Field Meet in Spokane last weekend. She ran on the Distance Medley Relay, which finished 9th. She also set a big personal best in the 3000m, cutting six seconds off her previous time, finishing 21st in a time of 10:24.45.
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#NextLevelScottie Tyann Graham, coming back from an injury that sidelined her for several games, helped the Miles Community College to a 60-47 win over Dawson Community College on Sunday night. Graham scored 4 in the win. The Pioneers will face Dawson again this Wednesday night, at a Region XIII Quarterfinal game in Glendive.
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Kylie Lagerquist had an assist in an 8-3 win for Dakota College at Bottineau, as the Lumberjacks topped Lake Region State college for the second time in two nights.


Scottie Boys Finish 3rd At Northern B Divisional

Sunday, February 25th 2024

The Scottie Boys Basketball Team finished its season with a flourish on Saturday night in Malta as they defeated the Malta Mustangs 70-68. The Scotties ended the season for the defending State Runner-Up from last year and brought home a trophy from the Divisional Tourney for the first time since 2014.

The Scotties were led by dominating performances from Cade Hudyma, Miles Yoakam and Wyatt Babb on their way to the victory. The freshman, Cade Hudyma, finished with 28 points including 2 slam dunks that energized the Scotties and the Glasgow crowd. Yoakam had a hot shooting night with 19 points and Wyatt Babb finished with 13 points in an incredible all-around performance.

Glasgow was hoping to be able to challenge the Fairview Warriors for the right to advance to the State Tourney but Fairview topped Poplar 54-52 ending the season for the Scotties with a record at 13-12.

Fairview and Poplar will represent the Northern B Division at the State Tourney in Billings.


Scotties Defeat Sugarbeeters By 2 In Thriller, Advance To Consolation Game

Saturday, February 24th 2024

In a hard-fought thriller, Glasgow defeated Chinook in a loser-out game at the Northern B Divisional Boys' Basketball Tournament in Malta on Saturday morning. The Scotties came from behind in this one, as they fell behind by 9 points at one point early in the second half. Then, with the score tied at 56-56 late in the 4th quarter, Wyatt Babb hit a clutch three point shot to give Glasgow the 59-56 lead. Chinook would answer with a 3 of their own to tie the game at 59-59. Cade Hudyma would then score once again to give Glasgow the 61-59 lead, and they would hold on for the win. Glasgow will advance to the consolation game on Saturday night where they will face Malta in the Consolation Game at 6:30.

For Glasgow, Wyatt Babb and Cade Hudyma combined for 47 points. Chinook had four players in double figures led by Ryan Bell with 14, while Jackson Nordboe chipped in 13.

1Q- Glasgow 17, Chinook 15
HALF- Chinook 35, Glasgow 30
3Q- Glasgow 44, Chinook 44
FINAL- Glasgow 61, Chinook 59


Scoring:

Glasgow: Wyatt Babb 26, Cade Hudyma 21, Myles Yoakam 6, Conner Hudyma 5, Nick Solorzano 3

Chinook: Ryan Bell 14, Jackson Nordboe 13, Gyme Kelly 10, Landon Beck 10, Isaac Kelly 6, Carson Nissen 6


Scotties Fall To Poplar, Will Play Saturday Morning At 9:30

Friday, February 23rd 2024

The Glasgow Scotties fell to the Poplar Indians in a hard-fought Semifinal contest at the Northern B Divisional Boys basketball tournament in Malta on Friday night. This game went back and forth as Glasgow jumped out to an early lead midway through the first quarter. By the end of the first quarter, Poplar had grabbed a 4 point lead. Poplar held a slim lead going into the halftime break at 37-36. The game went back and forth in the 3rd and 4th periods, but Poplar finally would pull away in the last few minutes of the game.

Poplar was led in Scoring by Del Ray Lilley, who had a game high 29 points, including 5 three pointers in the first half alone. Geordy Medicine Cloud, Kanille Ricker, and Walker Burshia all chipped in 11 apiece for Poplar.

For Glasgow, Cade Hudyma and Wyatt Babb combined for 41 points, while Toryn Richards chipped in 12.

With the loss, Glasgow will face Chinook on Saturday morning at 9:30 AM in a loser-out contest. Make sure to tune into KLTZ to cheer on the Scotties. Poplar will advance to the Northern B Divisional Championship game at 8:00 PM on Saturday night, where they will square off with Fairview.

1Q- Poplar 21, Glasgow 17
HALF- Poplar 37, Glasgow 36
3Q- Poplar 50, Glasgow 49
FINAL- Poplar 71, Glasgow 66

Scoring:
Glasgow- Wyatt Babb 21, Cade Hudyma 20, Toryn Richards 12, Myles Yoakam 6, Nick Solorzano 5, Conner Hudyma 2

Poplar- Del Ray Lilley 29, Geordy Medicine Cloud 11, Kanille Ricker 11, Walker Burshia 11, Quinn Sutherland 6, Cameron Reum 3


McColly Named As A 2024 NAIA Indoor Track & Field Regional Award Winner

Friday, February 23rd 2024

NEW ORLEANS – Regional Athletes and Coaches of the Year for the 2024 NAIA Indoor Track & Field season were announced on Thursday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Each of the five regions – Great Lakes, Midwest, South, South Central and West – honored both genders’ top track athletes and field athletes as well as the top men’s and women’s head coaches and assistant coaches.

Award winners were determined by a vote of USTFCCCA member coaches. Only those individuals from USTFCCCA member programs are eligible for awards.

Many of these honored athletes and coaches are headed to the 2024 NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships next week in Brookings, South Dakota. Among those named was Hinsdale's Kaitlyn McColly:

MIDWEST REGION – Kaitlyn McColly – Dickinson State (N.D.)

McColly, who hails from Hinsdale, Montana, scored 32 points in field events at the North Star Athletic Conference Indoor Championships, winning the pentathlon and triple jump, while placing third in both the high jump and long jump. Her 3777-point score in pentathlon not only gives her the national lead, but a 186-point buffer on the second-ranked athlete.


Babb Hits 1000 Point Mark In Scottie Win Over Fairfield

Friday, February 23rd 2024

Glasgow Scottie Wyatt Babb hit his 1000th point as a Scottie Basketball player at the Northern B Divisional Boys Basketball Tourney in Malta.

Babb who is a junior at GHS led Glasgow with 17 points in their 64-53 win over Fairfield. Babb has been a 3-year starter for Scottie Coach Paul Yoakam.

The Scotties will match up with Poplar tonight in the semi-finals of the Northern B. Game time is 6:30pm at the Malta High School Gym.


McColly Ranked #1 In Nation

Tuesday, February 20th 2024

Dickinson State's Kaitlyn McColly (Hinsdale) is ranked #1 in the nation in the NAIA, leading into the national indoor meet in Brookings, South Dakota. The national meet will be held in Brookings, South Dakota, starting on February 29th.

Here are the top 10:
1 McColly, Kaitlyn JR-3 Dickinson St. 3777 # 2024 Bison Open Feb 2, 2024
2 Finke, Renee JR-3 Central Methodist 3591 2024 Heart Of America Indoor Conference Feb 16, 2024
3 Stevens, Abi SR-4 Southern Oregon 3566 3rd Whitworth Indoor Invitational Feb 9, 2024
4 Bellamy, Haley SO-2 Central Methodist 3480 2024 Heart Of America Indoor Conference Feb 16, 2024
5 Helmuth, Cailyn SR-4 Bethel (Ind.) 3384 # NCCAA Indoor Championships Feb 9, 2024
6 Grandle, Lizzy SO-2 Eastern Oregon 3333 2024 Lauren McCluskey Memorial Jan 19, 2024
7 Clark, Abby JR-3 Montana Tech 3329 2024 Snake River Open (College) Jan 11, 2024
8 Carpenter, Jennah JR-3 Lewis-Clark 3296 2024 Lauren McCluskey Memorial Jan 19, 2024
9 Myers, Kerrigan JR-3 Midland 3273 # 2023 Bulldog Early Bird Dec 8, 2023
10 Leach, Penelopi JR-3 Vanguard 3258 Sunshine Indoor Open Feb 9, 2024

Also, Glasgow's Brett Glaser, competing for Black Hills State University, is currently 16th in the nation in NCAA Division II, with the conference meet coming up this weekend.


Northern B Divisional Boys Basketball Bracket

Monday, February 19th 2024

The Glasgow Scotties will open with Fairfield in the first round of the Divisional Basketball Tournament in Malta on Thursday.


Eastern C Divisional Brackets

Monday, February 19th 2024

The Eastern C Divisional Basketball Tournament will open February 28th in Glasgow. The combined boys and girls tournament will feature 24 games over 4 days at Scottie Gymnasium.


Glasgow Wrestling Club Competes In Poplar And Butte

Monday, February 19th 2024

The Glasgow Wrestling Club once again enjoyed an action-packed weekend with plenty of success! 43 Highlanders headed 70 miles east to participate in the Poplar Invitational on Saturday, while 24 wrestlers made the long westward trek to Butte to participate in the prestigous “Cyclops” event on Saturday and Sunday.

In Poplar, GWC would crown 12 Individual Champions and 31 top three finishers. The team turned in the 2nd most pins/tech falls at the event with 50 overall and finished with a 59% winning percentage for the day. The tournament featured 11 local clubs.

In Butte, it was nothing short of dominance on a grand stage as 20 out of 24 Highlanders would find the podium and secure a top six finish. An incredible 14 Highlanders would ultimately wrestle in the Championship round. The club finished with 12 runner-ups and two Individual Champions. Collins Flaten and Jack Morehouse would both grab gold in their respective weight classes.

The Cyclops is the largest annual event in the State of Montana outside of State AAU and the Montana Open. This year’s version featured 75 clubs and 1,157 wrestlers. GWC finished with 130 points. Good enough for 5th Place Overall and 2nd Place in the Medium Team standings. The Highlanders trailed only four Class AA feeder programs in the final standings; Team Champs (Billings West), Mine Yard Dogs (Butte), Kalispell (Flathead), and North Montana (Great Falls High). GWC was the 10th largest team in attendance and posted an astonishing 81-33 overall record. That is winning at a 71% clip.

On Saturday, the 6th thru 8th grade grapplers also competed in the Mining City Middle School Tournament in Butte as each of them awaited their Sunday turn at the Cyclops. Riley Pattison grabbed an Individual title at the MS event and three others garnered a top 3 finish!

This weekend the club will be back in the AAU Northeast Division with events in Wolf Point and Havre. Wolf Point will host their annual Invitational on Saturday. Havre will host a middle school event on Saturday for 5th-8th graders and their youth tournament will take place on Sunday. The Highlanders plan to have a large contingent at every event.

Poplar Invitational Individual Results

Tot–
Nora Knodel 1st
Remmington George 2nd
Brands Casterline 3rd
Rhett Murch 2nd
Jax Pankratz 3rd
Miles Henry 4th
Kayson Murch 1st

Bantam–
Viona Casterline 3rd
Brenley Flaten 3rd
Rylie Reeverts 4th
Nels Redfield
Howard Redfield 1st
Jeffrey Knodel 6th
Silas Hopstad 2nd
Eli Pankratz 5th
Ledger Kaufman 3rd

Midget–
Archer Henry 1st
Porter Hopstad 3rd
Orrin Mason 4th
Milo Marks
Buddy Cole 6th
Kase Shumway 4th
Josiah Hernandez 1st

Novice–
Khloe Kaufman 2nd
Addison Hughes 1st
Josie Hartwell 1st
Madisyn Murch 1st
Ryker Nixdorf 3rd
Knoxsen Harris 3rd
Walker Kirkland 1st
Ryatt Reeverts
Benson White
Owen George 3rd
Devon Munroe 2nd

Schoolboy/Schoolgirl–
Kylie Aho 3rd
Bailey Dooley 4th
Riley Pedersen 2nd
Chloe Lamb 1st
Melinda Cummings 2nd
Weston Kirkland 1st
Leighton Chapman 3rd

Cadet–
Madison Lamb 1st
Avery Pedersen 2nd

Butte Cyclops Individual Results

Tot–
Theo Marks 3rd
Frank Pattison 3rd
Newt Knaff 2nd

Bantam–
Olive Knaff 2nd
Olive Marks 5th
Taryn Sundeen 2nd
Collins Flaten 1st

Midget–
Tate Lehner
Jett Morehouse 3rd
Murdock Pattison 2nd
Whit Ozark 2nd
TenLea Sundeen 3rd
Rygan Gamas 2nd
Harlee Vandermars 2nd

Novice–
Anders Aune
Taden Sundeen 2nd
Kennedy Flaten 2nd
Riley Pattison 2nd
Lyla Lehner 6th

Schoolboy–
Aiden Aune 2nd
Jack Morehouse 1st
Saunten Gamas 2nd
DC Flaten
Alex Earll

Mining City Middle School Individual Results

Riley Pattison 1st
Aiden Aune 3rd
Jack Morehouse 2nd
Saunten Gamas 2nd
DC Flaten
Alex Earll


Eastern C Divisional Basketball Tourney Pairings

Sunday, February 18th 2024

The District 2-C and District 3-C Basketball Tournaments concluded on Saturday. The top 4 teams from each tourney advance to the Eastern C Divisional Tourney in Glasgow February 28th-March 2nd.
Here are the pairings for the boys and girls combined tourney.

Boys Tourney:
Wednesday, February 28th
3pm- Plentywood vs North Country
4:30pm- Scobey vs Froid/Lake
6pm- Culbertson vs Circle
7:30pm- Savage vs Lustre

Girls Tourney:
Thursday, February 29th
12pm- Plentywood vs Circle
1:30pm- Scobey vs Richey/Lambert
6pm- Bainville vs Lustre
7:30pm- Savage vs North Country


Area Next Level Track And Field Athlete Updates

Sunday, February 18th 2024

Some familiar names helped Dickinson State University this weekend at the North Star Athletic Conference championships in Brookings, South Dakota.

DSU's women won the meet for the sixth year in a row while the men finished second.

Hinsdale's Kaitlyn McColly was named Conference Field MVP and Overall MVP as she won the 60m hurdles (8.83 seconds), pentathlon (3,777 points - meet, school and personal record) and triple jump (35' 6.5") and finished third in the long jump (17' 1.25") and third in high jump (5' 1").

Nashua's Taylor Laumeyer finished second in the women's shot put (42' 7.5").

Wolf Point's Jewel Olson won the 200m in 25.63 and the 400m in 58.86. Wolf Point's Nick Paige placed sixth in the 600m in 1:27.99.

Poplar's Hudson Atkinson was sixth in the men's 3,000m in 9:22.90.

Glasgow's Brett Glaser (Black Hills State University) will compete at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships in Spearfish, South Dakota this coming weekend.

Glasgow's Iris McKean (University of Montana) will compete at the Big Sky Indoor Championships this weekend.

Ellis McKean, running for the University of San Francisco, is awaiting the outdoor season, which begins in March.


McColly Gives DSU Early Lead, Sets Record At Indoor Conference Meet

Wednesday, February 14th 2024

BROOKINGS, S.D. – Dickinson State (N.D.) is seeking for the conference’s historic sixth straight North Star Athletic Association Women’s Indoor Track & Field team title, as the conference meet gets underway Sunday morning at Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex (1447 Jackrabbit Ave.). The indoor track & field meet will be held on the campus of NCAA Division I South Dakota State, which is also the site for the upcoming 2024 NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships on Feb. 29-March 2.

The Blue Hawks took an early lead after one event in the pentathlon, thanks to Kaitlyn McColly who set the conference meet record of 3,777 points to win the title. She broke her previous conference meet of 3,632 points during the 2023 meet. McColly won the NSAA pentathlon title for the second consecutive year.

Katya Baranko added a runner-up honor in the pentathlon with 2,856 points for Dickinson State, totaling 18 points to secure first place after one event.

Dakota State (S.D.) is second in the team standings after the pentathlon. Amelie Steins was fourth with 2,721 points, followed by Lahna Matucha fifth with 2,281 points, and Casey Olson sixth with 2,094 points.

Emma Muggli of Valley City State (N.D.) was third in the pentathlon after tallying 2,847 points. The Viking scored six points in the event, holding a third place in the team standings after one event.

The field event gets underway at 9 a.m. with the high jump. The women will follow the men’s pole vault, weight throw, and long jump which are scheduled to start at 9 a.m.

The running events are set to start at 10:15 a.m. with the 5000-meter run. All running events will start with the women’s division, followed by the men’s division.

The North Star Athletic Association Champions of Character recognition is slated to present at 2:15 p.m. The last running event is set for 3:55 p.m. with the 4 x 400-meter relay, followed by the awards ceremony at 4:25 p.m.

The top eight place finishers in each event will score 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1.

The top three individual place finishers and top two relay events will receive medals. The top three performers in the individual events at the North Star Championships, as well as the top two relay teams, will be honored as All-Conference.

Stay up to date with the results from the North Star Athletic Association Indoor Track & Field Conference Championships via NSAA's Twitter, live pay-per-view video through South Dakota State and live results from Dakota Timing.


Scottie Boys Wrestling Team Receives Sportsmanship Award

Wednesday, February 14th 2024

Congratulations to The Glasgow Scottie Boys Wrestling Team on being awarded the Stockman Bank Team Sportsmanship Award for the 2024 MHSA State Wrestling Tournament. They’ll receive a plaque to commemorate this accomplishment.


District Tournament Brackets

Sunday, February 11th 2024

You can check our tournament pages for pairings and results, and here are the links for the brackets in Adobe format.

2B Girls

2B Boys

3C Girls

3C Boys


State Wrestling Recap

Sunday, February 11th 2024

Girls
138 Madison Lamb pinned Jessica Stark of Baker on Saturday morning but then was pinned by Emily Zachary of Columbus, so she is now done at the state tournament.

145 Riley Clampitt defeated Harli Kinney of Polson in the semis 2-0. She was pinned by Gretchen Donally of Huntley. She finished 2nd Place in the All-Class State tournament at 145 lbs. while also becoming the first state placer and state finalist in the program’s 4-year history.

Boys
103 Makiya Plummer (9) defeated Riley McLeod of Conrad 5-2 on Saturday morning. He then pinned Blake Hodskiss and went on to pin Paden Nelson of Circle for third place.

113 Cody Kuka (9) lost 14-3 to Trey Starcher of Forsyth in the semifinals on Saturday morning. He lost against Collin Hickman of Eureka in the consolation rounds and then was pinned by Miller of Florence Carlton to finish sixth.

152 (10) Khye Gamas defeated John Waterbury of Hot Springs in the semifinals 7-3 and moved on to the title match against Schmidt of Huntley. Schmidt had defeated Gamas at the divisional tournament last weekend. The state championship match went to three overtimes on Saturday night, before Gamas prevailed, winning 2-1.

160 (10) William Kirkland lost 7-1 to Alex Wahl of Cut Bank and then pinned William Mishler of Simms. He won over Schoen of Chinook to finish third.

170 (11) Michael King pinned Kenan Labrie of Malta/Whitewater and won 3-1 over Tucker Kaczmarek of Huntley. Michael was pinned by Bechtold of Choteau to finish fourth.

Boys Team Scores
1 Huntley Project (Worden) 206.0
2 Lincoln County (Eureka) 124.0
3 Conrad 103.5
4 Glasgow 98.0
5 Florence-Carlton 89.0
6 Choteau 86.0
6 Cut Bank 86.0
8 Red Lodge HS 70.0
9 Baker 62.0
9 Superior 62.0
11 Forsyth 61.0
12 Malta / Whitewater 60.0

Girls Team Scores
1 Billings Senior High School (Girls) 236.0
2 Ronan (Girls) 160.5
3 Custer Co. (Miles City) (Girls) 103.5
4 Billings Skyview (Girls) 98.0
5 Baker (Girls) 89.0
6 Cut Bank (Girls) 86.0
7 Flathead (Kalispell) (Girls) 81.0
8 Butte (Girls) 78.0
9 Belgrade (Girls) 75.0
10 Simms (Girls) 73.0
31 Glasgow 31


State Wrestling Notes

Sunday, February 11th 2024

Scottie Facts from State Wrestling:
- 6th time in the last 7 years that the Scottie Boys have finished in the Top 4 in Class B/C at State. (There are 50 wrestling programs in Class B/C)
- Gamas & Kuka are the 85th & 86th multiple-time state placers in program history.
- The 6 state placers give the program 303 all-time
- Gamas is the 75th Scottie state champ


Area Athletes At The Next Level

Sunday, February 11th 2024

#nextlevelscottie Iris McKean finished 8th the mile at the Whitworth Indoor Track Field Invite in Spokane on Saturday. She set a 2 second p.r. running a 5:12.02. Montana will now have a week off before they return to Spokane for the Big Sky Indoor Championships. The event begins on Feb. 22 with the multi-events and runs through Feb. 24.
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At the SDSU Classic in Brookings, South Dakota, Hinsdale's Kaitlyn McColly was part of the 4x800m relay team that qualified for the NAIA national indoor meet with a time of 9:37:47. She also set a new p.r. in the 60m hurdles.
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On Thursday, #nextlevelscottie Tyann Graham scored 8 for Miles Community College in a 67-63 loss to United Tribes Technical College. The Pioneers travel to Williston State on Monday.
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On Saturday, Montana Tech's Jaycee Erickson scored 3 points as Montana Tech topped Montana State-Northern 64-43. Whitewater's Kia Wasson also saw playing time.


Basketball scores from February 10th

Sunday, February 11th 2024

Boys Basketball
Shepherd 65 Roundup 19
Malta 82 Harlem 60
Broadus 58 Terry 31
Chester-Joplin-Inverness 61 Chinook 60
Westby-Grenora 47 Culbertson 46
Lewistown 58 Glendive 48
Plentywood 78 Richey-Lambert 41
North Country 45 Nashua 36
Broadview-Lavine 71 Forsyth 70
Havre 80 Sidney 43
Fairview 60 Glasgow 43
St. Labre 62 Baker 57
Lame Deer 95 Lodge Grass 73
Red Lodge 76 Big Timber 53
Savage 43 Froid-Lake 42
Cut Bank 62 Shelby 56
Bainville 71 Brockton 31
Lustre Christian 49 Scobey 39
Circle 65 Dodson 50
Turner 66 North Star 53
Fort Benton 74 Hays-Lodgepole 34
Ekalaka 53 Wibaux 33

Girls Basketball
Shepherd 69 Roundup 21
Westby-Grenora 47 Culbertson 37
Lewistown 58 Glendive 41
Big Timber 81 Red Lodge 48
Terry 58 Broadus 56
Lustre Christian 41 Scobey 40
Plentywood 59 Richey-Lambert 34
North Country 67 Nashua 6
Forsyth 47 Broadview-Lavine 38
Havre 68 Sidney 23
Baker 79 St. Labre 24
Lodge Grass 84 Lame Deer 42
Glasgow 39 Fairview 34



2024 Co-Ed Volleyball League Scores

Sunday, February 11th 2024

Wednesday, February 7th, 2024
Arch’s Tire def. Independence Bank
Serve-ivors def. Team Eight via forfeit

Independence Bank def. Serve-ivors
Arch’s Tire def. Team Eight via forfeit

Dink’s def. Hi-Line Ford
Ezzie’s def. Busted Knuckle

Busted Knuckle def. Hi-Line Ford
Ezzie’s def. Dink’s

League Standings
Ezzie’s 10-0
Busted Knuckle 8-2
Dink’s 7-3
Independence Bank 5-5
Arch’s Tire 5-5
Hi-Line Ford 3-7
Team Eight 1-9
Serve-ivors 1-9

Court 1
6:00PM Hi-Line Ford vs. Independence Bank
7:00PM Hi-Line Ford vs. Arch’s Tire
8:00PM Dink’s vs. Serve-ivors
9:00PM Dink’s vs. Team Eight

Court 2
6:00PM Busted Knuckle vs. Arch’s Tire
7:00PM Busted Knuckle vs. Independence Bank
8:00PM Ezzie’s vs. Team Eight
9:00PM Ezzie’s vs. Serve-ivors


Saturday Night Scores

Saturday, February 10th 2024

Girls
Circle 74, Dodson 19
Froid-Lake 48, Savage 43
Glasgow 40, Fairview 35
Lustre Christian 41, Scobey 40 (Lustre: Reddig 13, Brown 13. Scobey: Cromwell 10)
North Country 67, Nashua 6 (North Country: Wasson 15, LaBrie 11, Erickson 10)
Plentywood 59, Richey-Lambert 34

Boys
Bainville 71, Brockton 31
Circle 65, Dodson 50
Fairview 60, Glasgow 43
Havre 80, Sidney 43
Lustre Christian 49, Scobey 39 (Lustre: Pierre 17, Ewing 13. Scobey: Carney 11)
North Country 45, Nashua 36 (North Country: Downing 22, Bowman 12. Nashua: Nielsen 19)
Savage 43, Froid-Lake 42


Glasgow Girls Defeat Fairview 40-35, Clinch 3rd Place In 2B

Saturday, February 10th 2024

The Glasgow Lady Scotties defeated the Fairview Lady Warriors in their final game of the regular season in Fairview on Saturday night. This game was a defensive battle early as both teams had trouble scoring early on. Glasgow did a great job defensively inside against a tall Fairview team, as Kendal Schraner, Hayden Green, and Paityn Britzman all shared the load defensively against Fairview's Macy Tjelde and Kallee Hoppes.

Glasgow held a 3 point lead after 3 quarters, before Fairview regained the lead 33-31 in the fourth quarter. Glasgow then outscored Fairview 9-4 down the stretch, on the strength of a clutch 3-point shot by Mayzie Yoakam, and Glasgow sealed the win by going 4-4 from the free throw line in the final 2 minutes.

Joelly Chappell had a fantastic game, and shot the lights out as she had five 3 pointers in the contest and hit 2 big free throws near the very end of the game for Glasgow. She led the Scotties in scoring with 23 points while Mayzie Yoakam chipped in 9 for the Scotties, with 7 of those points coming in the fourth quarter, at a critical juncture of the game.

With the win, Glasgow improves their overall record to 10-8, and now moves to 6-4 in conference play. Glasgow also secures the #3 seed at the District 2B tournament in Wolf Point next week, in the victory.

Fairview falls to 6-12 overall and is now 5-5 in league play, and will take the #4 seed into the tournament.

1Q-Glasgow 11, Fairview 8
Half- Glasgow 16, Fairview 13
3Q- Glasgow 29, Fairview 26
Final-Glasgow 40, Fairview 35

Glasgow- Joelly Chappel 23, Mayzie Yoakam 9, Paityn Britzman 4, Hayden Green 2, Macy Martin 2

Fairview- Carly Buxbaum 12, Macy Tjelde 9 Emily Johnson 8, Kallee Hoppes 5, Braely Anderson 1


Scotties Fall To Fairview In Regular Season Finale

Saturday, February 10th 2024

The Fairview Warriors defeated the Glasgow Scotties by a score of 60-43 in Fairview on Saturday night. With the Fairview win, there is now a log jam in the 2B standings in the form of a 3 way tie between Fairview, Glasgow, and Poplar. Fairview was led in scoring by 6'5" senior Jeff Tjelde, who had a game high 24 point. Tyler Loan chipped in 13 for the Warriors, while Landen Thompson had 11, to go along with a great game in the rebound and defensive department.

Glasgow was led by Wyatt Babb who finished the game with 15 points, while Cade Hudyma chipped in 14, and Myles Yoakam had 12. Yoakam's 12 points all came via the 3 point shot, as he had two threes in the first quarter, and two more in the fourth.

Glasgow moves to 9-9 overall, and are now 6-4 in conference play. Fairview improves their record to 11-7 overall, and are now also 6-4 in conference play. Both teams will next see action, at the 2B District Tournament in Wolf Point next week.

1Q- Fairview 16, Glasgow 12
Half- Fairview 30, Glasgow 22
3Q- Fairview 46, Glasgow 28
FINAL- Fairview 60, Glasgow 43

Glasgow- Wyatt Babb 15, Cade Hudyma 14, Myles Yoakam 12, Toryn Richards 1, Conner Hudyma 1

Fairview- Jeff Tjelde 24, Tyler Loan 13, Landen Thompson 11, Wyatt McPherson 7, Bridger Free 3, Deacon Gackle 2


Friday Night Area Basketball Scores

Saturday, February 10th 2024

Girls
Bainville 45, Culbertson 34
Chinook 51, Conrad 18
Dodson 47, Box Elder JV 27
Fairfield 39, Shelby 30
Fairview 45, Wolf Point 36
Glasgow 53, Harlem 39
Havre 63, Lewistown 38
Malta 64, Poplar 58
Miles City 53, Glendive 32
North Country 61, Lustre Christian 24 (North Country: Erickson 16, Wasson 14. Lustre: Reddig 8, Holzrichter 8)
Plentywood 52, Save 36
Richey-Lambert 43, Froid-Lake 37
Scobey 66, Nashua 25 (Scobey: Aanstad 16, Cromwell 12. Nashua: Bergstrom 12)
Westby-Grenora 57, Brockton 56

Boys
Brockton 56, Westby-Grenora 50
Conrad 57, Chinook 51
Culbertson 44, Bainville 30
Dodson 67, Box Elder JV 55
Fairview 63, Wolf Point 34
Froid-Lake 61, Richey-Lambert 27
Glasgow 58, Harlem 49
Havre 66, Lewistown 51
Lustre Christian 65, North Country 27 (Lustre Christian: Pierre 14, Ewing 11, Klatt 10. North Country: Downing 15)
Malta 84, Poplar 42
Miles City 46, Glendive 44
Plentywood 45, Savage 39
Scobey 83, Nashua 31 (Scobey: Handran 25, Carney 14, Cromwell 10. Nashua: Nielsen 13, Adkins 11)
Shelby 58, Fairfield 48


Scottie Day 1 State Wrestling Results

Friday, February 9th 2024

138 Madison Lamb received a first-round bye and lost 11-9 to Taylee Moss of Billings. She then pinned Brylie Reum of Polson and won over Kailyn Kramer of CMR. She’ll next face Jessica Stark of Baker on Saturday.

145 Riley Clampitt received a first-round bye and pinned Brylee Reese of Frenchtown and defeated Natalia Samson of Choteau 2-0. She’ll face Harli Kinney of Polson in the semis.

103 Makiya Plummer (9) lost to Hunter Grieve of Lincoln County 6-4. He then pinned Gallagher of Shepherd in the consolation round, and then pinned Weston Block of Thompson Falls. He’ll wrestle McLeod of Conrad on Saturday morning.

113 Cody Kuka (9) defeated Roddy Wyant of Anaconda, and pinned Rowan Miller of Florence Carlton in the quarter-finals. He'll face Trey Starcher of Forsyth in the semifinals on Saturday morning.

120 (8) Tyler King lost by pin to VanDyke of Conrad, then pinned Carson Kenney of Thompson Falls in the consolation round. He then lost to Dylan Mikesell of Jefferson in the next consolation match.

152 (10) Khye Gamas won by pin over Levi Fuller of Whitehall and defeated Lucas Kovalsky of Superior in the quarter-finals 8-2. He'll face John Waterbury of Hot Springs in the semifinals tomorrow.

160 (10) William Kirkland won by pin over Payson Allaire of Choteau, and pinned Christian Englund of Florence-Carlton. He’ll wrestle Alex Wahl of Cut Bank in the semifinals tomorrow.

160 (12) James Landles was pinned by Christian Englund of Florence-Carlton and then lost to Payson Allaire of Choteau in the consolation round.

170 (11) Michael King pinned Jack Raty of Whitehall and lost 15-8 to Percy Bechtold of Choteau. He then defeated Vanderwall of Plains 7-2 and will next face Kenan Labrie of Malta/Whitewater.

Team Scores:
B/C Boys
1 Huntley Project (Worden) 112.0
2 Conrad 53.5
3 Lincoln County (Eureka) 53.0
4 Florence-Carlton 49.0
5 Choteau 48.0
6 Glasgow 45.0
7 Baker 41.0
7 Cut Bank 41.0
9 Red Lodge HS 34.0
10 Plains / Hot Springs 32.0
11 Superior 30.0
12 Jefferson (Boulder) 29.0
12 Malta / Whitewater 29.0

All Class Girls
1 Billings Senior High School (Girls) 137.0
2 Custer Co. (Miles City) (Girls) 83.5
2 Ronan (Girls) 83.5
4 Billings Skyview (Girls) 74.0
5 Baker (Girls) 69.0
6 Flathead (Kalispell) (Girls) 64.0
7 Butte (Girls) 62.0
7 Cut Bank (Girls) 62.0
9 Anaconda (Girls) 51.0
10 Belgrade (Girls) 48.0
32 Glasgow (20)


Also, Hudson Wiens, grandson of Richard and Kari Wiens of Glasgow (and son of Nathan and Randell Wiens, formerly of Glasgow and now in Bozeman) won both his matches by pin on Friday.


Scottie Girls and Boys Win In Harlem

Friday, February 9th 2024

Glasgow 53, Harlem 39
Scottie Girls with the conference road victory over the Wildcats. Their record is now at 9-8 overall, 5-4 in conference play.

Glasgow 58, Harlem 49
Scottie Boys with the conference road victory over the Wildcats. Their Record is now at 9-8 overall, 6-3 in conference play.

Both teams will travel to Fairview on Saturday to wrap up the regular season, before heading to Wolf Point for the District 2B Basketball Tournament, February 14-17 in Wolf Point.


McColly Receives Another Athlete Of The Week Award

Wednesday, February 7th 2024

The North Star Athletic Association announced its third edition of the Women’s and Men’s Indoor Track & Field Athletes-of-the-Week Tuesday.

Dickinson State (N.D.) swept the women’s weekly honors with Kaitlyn McColly being named as Field Athlete-of-the-Week and Jewel Olson being selected as Track Athlete-of-the-Week.

Galen Brantley III of DiSU was chosen as the Men’s Field Athlete-of-the-Week. Jalen Anderson of Viterbo (Wis.) was selected as the Men’s Track Athlete-of-the-Week.


Highlanders Reign Supreme at MonDak Open and Border Brawl

Tuesday, February 6th 2024

It was another great weekend for our Hometown Highlanders! The Glasgow Wrestling Club tested their mettle at the MonDak Open in Williston on Saturday and the Border Brawl in Plentywood on Sunday. Neither event could hold GWC down, however, as it was another ultra-successful showing for the future Scotties.

On Saturday, the MonDak Open was held at "The Well" on the campus of Williston State College. It featured 34 clubs and 551 wrestlers! The Glasgow Wrestling Club had the 3rd largest club in attendance with 55 strong. At the end of a long day of wrestling, GWC would finish with 14 individual Champions and 36 top three finishes! The team finished grabbed the 2nd most pins/tech falls with 63 in total. Only the tournament host would finish with more. The team's 61% winning percentage trailed only the Dakota Rattlers (Minot, ND).

On Sunday, a smaller contingent of Highlanders took part in the Border Brawl held in the Plentywood High School Gymnasium. Sunday's group was small, but mighty! 21 Highlanders made the trek and participated in an event that featured 10 clubs and 175 wrestlers. GWC had the 4th largest team at this small event; yet finished with the 2nd most pins/tech falls with 39 total and a tournament best winning percentage of 68%. 10 Individual Champions were crowned at the Border Brawl, while 20 individuals finished in the top three!

Next weekend provides the lone "open" weekend on the traditional Glasgow Wrestling Club Schedule. The open week is strategically placed to allow all youth wrestlers and their parents a chance to attend the High School State Championsips at the Billings Metra. Good Luck to our Scotties this weekend!

Attached picture is Highlanders' Rhett Murch (facing) vs. Jax Pankratz in the Border Brawl. Photo Credit-- Erin Dell

MonDak Open Individual Results--

6U
Harrison Kemmis
Newt Knaff 4th
Rhett Murch 4th
Arlie Hoerner 1st
Taya Sundeen 3rd
Nels Redfield 1st
Frank Pattison 3rd
Saylor Thompson
Miles Henry
Duncan Markle 2nd
Theo Marks 1st
Silas Hopstad 2nd
Erickson Cochran
Brenley Flaten

7-8
Orrin Mason 1st
CJ Sillerud
Colt Knaff 2nd
Buddy Cole
Howard Redfield 2nd
Zander Downhour 3rd
Declan Cochran 4th
Dayton Markle 3rd
Ledger Kaufman
Olive Marks 2nd
Taryn Sundeen
Archer Henry 3rd
Rygan Gamas 1st
Collins Flaten 2nd

9-10
Cole Hagenau
Jett Morehouse 2nd
Murdock Pattison 4th
Milo Marks
Walker Kirkland 2nd
Benson White
Eli Holinde 1st
Carson Young 2nd
Tate Lehner 1st
Kennedy Flaten 1st
TenLea Sundeen 2nd
Riley Pattison 1st
Harlee Vandermars 2nd
Khloe Kaufman 1st

11-12
Ryker Nixdorf
Anders Aune
Hunter Pierce 2nd
Taden Sundeen 3rd
Saunten Gamas 3rd
Leighton Chapman 1st
Addison Hughes 1st
Aubree Holinde 1st

13-14
Aiden Aune 2nd
Weston Kirkland 3rd
Jack Morehouse 2nd
DC Flaten
Melinda Cummings 1st

Plentywood Border Brawl Individual Results--

Tot
Newt Knaff 3rd
Duncan Markle 2nd
Jax Pankratz 2nd
Rhett Murch 1st

Bantam
Nels Redfield 4th
Howard Redfield 1st
Eli Pankratz 2nd
Collins Flaten 1st
Orrin Mason 2nd
Colt Knaff 1st
Brenley Flaten 1st
Rylie Reeverts 1st

Midget
Dayton Markle 2nd
CJ Sillerud 3rd
Whit Ozark 1st
Josiah Hernandez 1st
Buddy Cole 2nd

Novice
Anders Aune 2nd
Ryatt Reeverts 4th
Devon Munroe 1st

Schoolboy
Aiden Aune 3rd


District 3-C Conference Boys Basketball Standings

Monday, February 5th 2024

Boys

Scobey/Opheim 10-0 16-0
Lustre 9-1 15-1
Circle 6-4 9-7
North Country 5-5 6-10
Nashua 3-7 6-10
Dodson 2-9 5-10
Frazer 1-10 1-16

Last Week:

Scobey/Opheim 81 Nashua 22
Trenton, ND 56 Frazer 35
Circle 48 Frazer 51
Harlem 91 Nashua 51
Circle 57 Nashua 37
Lustre 79 Dodson 33
Scobey/Opheim 82 Frazer 32
Lustre 70 Circle 22
Frazer 75 Dodson 68
Scobey/Opheim 71 North Country 36

This Week:

Friday 02.09.2024
Circle @ Frazer
Box Elder @ Dodson
Lustre @ Saco
Nashua @ Scobey
Saturday 02.10.2024
Dodson @ Circle
Scobey/Opheim @ Lustre
North Country @ Nashua


District 3-C Conference Girls Basketball Standings

Monday, February 5th 2024

Girls

North Country 10-0 16-0
Lustre 7-3 12-4
Scobey/Opheim 7-3 13-3
Circle 6-4 12-4
Frazer 4-7 7-10
Dodson 2-9 4-11
Nashua 0-10 0-16

Last Week:
Scobey/Opheim 72 Nashua 6
Trenton, ND 68 Frazer 46
Circle 53 Frazer 21
Harlem 67 Nashua 15
Circle 58 Nashua 8
Lustre 68 Dodson 21
Scobey/Opheim 71 Frazer 12
Lustre 47 Circle 45
Frazer 76 Dodson 40
North Country 47 Scobey/Opheim 23

This Week:
Friday 02.09.2024
Circle @ Frazer
Box Elder @ Dodson
Lustre @ Saco
Nashua @ Scobey

Saturday 02.10.2024
Dodson @ Circle
Scobey/Opheim @ Lustre
North Country @ Nashua


Scottie Boys Finish In 3rd Place And Scottie Girls 9th At Eastern B/C Divisional Wrestling Tourney

Sunday, February 4th 2024

Team Finishes—

Scottie Boys finish in 3rd place overall out of 21 teams with 131 team points

Scottie Girls finish in 9th place overall out of 19 teams with 49 team points

Individual Place Winners (All-Conference Honors)—

Makiya Plummer 2nd Place 103
Cody Kuka 4th Place 113
Tyler King 7th Place 120
Chloe Lamb 6th Place 126
Madison Lamb Champion 138
Riley Clampitt 2nd Place 145
Blake Ozark 8th Place 145
Khye Gamas 2nd Place 152
William Kirkland 2nd Place 160
James Landles 6th Place 160
Michael King 2nd Place 170

9 State Qualifiers (7 Boys, 2 Girls)—

Makiya Plummer
Cody Kuka
Tyler King
Madison Lamb
Riley Clampitt
Khye Gamas
William Kirkland
James Landles
Michael King

Next Week

— All-Class State Tournament at Billings Metra on Friday and Saturday.
Admission Gates Open 7:00 AM Friday
Parade of Athletes 9:00 AM Friday
1st Round 9:20 AM
Quarterfinals 2:00 PM
Semifinals 9:30 AM Saturday
Placing Matches 2:30 PM
Championship Finals 4:00 PM

Scottie Boys Full Results:

103 - Makiya Plummer's place is 2nd and has scored 24.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 29-15 won by fall over Landon Macioroski (Forsyth) 15-22 (Fall 3:03)
• Quarterfinal - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 29-15 won by fall over Logan Turner (Roundup) 11-11 (Fall 2:48)
• Semifinal - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 29-15 won by fall over Anson Taylor (Circle) 12-5 (Fall 1:40)
• 1st Place Match - Ethan Reynolds (Huntley Project (Worden)) 34-8 won by major decision over Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 29-15 (MD 14-3)

113 - Cody Kuka's place is 4th and has scored 15.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Cody Kuka (Glasgow) 26-20 received a bye () (Bye)
• Quarterfinal - Cody Kuka (Glasgow) 26-20 won by major decision over Ruben Nelson (Circle) 21-18 (MD 11-3)
• Semifinal - Blake Ramaeker (Huntley Project (Worden)) 36-3 won by major decision over Cody Kuka (Glasgow) 26-20 (MD 9-0)
• Cons. Semi - Cody Kuka (Glasgow) 26-20 won by fall over Wyatt Johannes (Huntley Project (Worden)) 25-21 (Fall 1:32)
• 3rd Place Match - Ryan Wiggins (Forsyth) 24-14 won by fall over Cody Kuka (Glasgow) 26-20 (Fall 4:20)

120 - Tyler King's place is 7th and has scored 10.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Tyler King (Glasgow) 25-22 received a bye () (Bye)
• Champ. Round 2 - Tyler King (Glasgow) 25-22 won by fall over Travis Kiley (Red Lodge HS) 14-11 (Fall 3:40)
• Quarterfinal - Baylor Burton (Huntley Project (Worden)) 35-6 won by fall over Tyler King (Glasgow) 25-22 (Fall 3:26)
• Cons. Round 4 - Tyler King (Glasgow) 25-22 won by fall over Seth Kornick (Columbus / Absarokee) 22-15 (Fall 2:14)
• Cons. Round 5 - Creighton Teeters (Forsyth) 21-17 won by fall over Tyler King (Glasgow) 25-22 (Fall 3:28)
• 7th Place Match - Tyler King (Glasgow) 25-22 won by fall over Travis Kiley (Red Lodge HS) 14-11 (Fall 4:45)

132 - Joaquin Torres's place is unknown and has scored 1.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Joaquin Torres (Glasgow) 24-24 received a bye () (Bye)
• Champ. Round 2 - Nevaeh Miller (Baker) 13-10 won by fall over Joaquin Torres (Glasgow) 24-24 (Fall 2:24)
• Cons. Round 2 - Joaquin Torres (Glasgow) 24-24 won by decision over Colten Black (Circle) 5-13 (Dec 7-5)
• Cons. Round 3 - Payton Hastings (Great Falls Central) 4-7 won by fall over Joaquin Torres (Glasgow) 24-24 (Fall 4:25)

138 - Alex Earll's place is unknown and has scored 0.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Nolan Evenson (Red Lodge HS) 23-8 won by fall over Alex Earll (Glasgow) 4-18 (Fall 1:37)
• Cons. Round 1 - Alex Earll (Glasgow) 4-18 received a bye () (Bye)
• Cons. Round 2 - Chamron Southers (Custer/Hysham) 11-16 won by fall over Alex Earll (Glasgow) 4-18 (Fall 2:10)

152 - Khye Gamas's place is 2nd and has scored 26.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Khye Gamas (Glasgow) 38-9 received a bye () (Bye)
• Champ. Round 2 - Khye Gamas (Glasgow) 38-9 won by fall over Chase Howell (Huntley Project (Worden)) 16-21 (Fall 1:30)
• Quarterfinal - Khye Gamas (Glasgow) 38-9 won by fall over Kyler Anderson (Chester-Joplin-Inverness) 20-17 (Fall 1:24)
• Semifinal - Khye Gamas (Glasgow) 38-9 won by fall over Straud Sims (Malta / Whitewater) 23-18 (Fall 3:44)
• 1st Place Match - Grady Schmidt (Huntley Project (Worden)) 35-4 won by decision over Khye Gamas (Glasgow) 38-9 (Dec 5-3)

160 - William Kirkland's place is 2nd and has scored 22.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - William Kirkland (Glasgow) 30-11 won by fall over Jay thomas Stewart (Harlem) 4-14 (Fall 0:54)
• Quarterfinal - William Kirkland (Glasgow) 30-11 won by fall over Austin Clark (Fort Benton) 0-15 (Fall 1:31)
• Semifinal - William Kirkland (Glasgow) 30-11 won in sudden victory - 1 over Kai Heck (Colstrip) 32-15 (SV-1 4-2)
• 1st Place Match - Hayden Ramaeker (Huntley Project (Worden)) 45-7 won by decision over William Kirkland (Glasgow) 30-11 (Dec 7-2)

160 - James Landles's place is 6th and has scored 6.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - James Landles (Glasgow) 21-23 received a bye () (Bye)
• Quarterfinal - Kai Heck (Colstrip) 32-15 won by fall over James Landles (Glasgow) 21-23 (Fall 1:09)
• Cons. Round 2 - James Landles (Glasgow) 21-23 received a bye () (Bye)
• Cons. Round 3 - James Landles (Glasgow) 21-23 won by fall over Austin Clark (Fort Benton) 0-15 (Fall 2:01)
• Cons. Semi - Walter Schoen (Chinook) 30-17 won by fall over James Landles (Glasgow) 21-23 (Fall 4:08)
• 5th Place Match - Collin Weatherell (Powder River Co. (Broadus)) 20-23 won by major decision over James Landles (Glasgow) 21-23 (MD 12-1)

170 - Michael King's place is 2nd and has scored 24.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Michael King (Glasgow) 36-18 won by fall over Bowen Taylor (Circle) 9-15 (Fall 0:43)
• Quarterfinal - Michael King (Glasgow) 36-18 won by fall over Sheldon Serrano (Roundup) 19-14 (Fall 1:47)
• Semifinal - Michael King (Glasgow) 36-18 won by fall over Cade Ball (Fort Benton) 28-6 (Fall 1:58)
• 1st Place Match - Tucker Kaczmarek (Huntley Project (Worden)) 42-9 won by decision over Michael King (Glasgow) 36-18 (Dec 6-3)

205 - Gabe Munroe's place is unknown and has scored 0.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Gabe Munroe (Glasgow) 12-25 received a bye () (Bye)
• Quarterfinal - Christoper Brawley (Baker) 24-12 won by fall over Gabe Munroe (Glasgow) 12-25 (Fall 3:35)
• Cons. Round 2 - Tucker Turbiville (Baker) 11-18 won by decision over Gabe Munroe (Glasgow) 12-25 (Dec 8-4)

285 - Ernie Vandall's place is unknown and has scored 3.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Zack Thomas (Fort Benton) 18-17 won by fall over Ernie Vandall (Glasgow) 3-17 (Fall 1:07)
• Cons. Round 1 - Ernie Vandall (Glasgow) 3-17 won by fall over Kai Rider-gray (Harlem) 0-5 (Fall 1:34)
• Cons. Round 2 - Julian Powell (Chinook) 24-14 won by fall over Ernie Vandall (Glasgow) 3-17 (Fall 1:15)

Scottie Girls Full Results:

120 - Avery Pedersen's place is unknown and has scored 0.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 received a bye () (Bye)
• Quarterfinal - Kylie Schwartz (Baker) 33-4 won by fall over Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 (Fall 1:55)
• Cons. Round 2 - Cierra Norton (Circle) 14-21 won by fall over Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 (Fall 1:19)

126 - Chloe Lamb's place is 6th and has scored 9.0 team points.
• Champ. Round 1 - Leah Lepinnet (Big Sandy) 8-19 won by fall over Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 4-6 (Fall 2:21)
• Cons. Round 1 - Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 4-6 received a bye () (Bye)
• Cons. Round 2 - Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 4-6 won by fall over Evelyn Ples (Red Lodge/Belfry) 1-15 (Fall 2:22)
• Cons. Round 3 - Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 4-6 won by fall over Zoe Donner (Fort Benton) 6-29 (Fall 2:33)
• Cons. Semi - Etta Wicks (Fort Benton) 32-12 won by fall over Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 4-6 (Fall 0:49)
• 5th Place Match - Keely Heaton (Baker) 10-13 won by fall over Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 4-6 (Fall 1:43)

138 - Madison Lamb's place is 1st and has scored 22.0 team points.
• Quarterfinal - Madison Lamb (Glasgow) 17-15 received a bye () (Bye)
• Semifinal - Madison Lamb (Glasgow) 17-15 won by decision over Braydee Lehman (Fort Benton) 19-16 (Dec 12-5)
• 1st Place Match - Madison Lamb (Glasgow) 17-15 won by fall over Jessica Stark (Baker) 28-10 (Fall 5:48)

145 - Riley Clampitt's place is 2nd and has scored 18.0 team points.
• Quarterfinal - Riley Clampitt (Glasgow) 31-6 won by fall over Samme Gibbs (Malta) 2-13 (Fall 0:57)
• Semifinal - Riley Clampitt (Glasgow) 31-6 won in the ultimate tie breaker over Joli Beston (Wolf Point) 33-13 (UTB 3-2)
• 1st Place Match - Gretchen Donally (Huntley Project (Worden)) 33-0 won by fall over Riley Clampitt (Glasgow) 31-6 (Fall 0:37)

145 - Blake Ozark's place is 8th and has scored 0.0 team points.
• Quarterfinal - Ryann Gorder (Baker) 17-11 won by fall over Blake Ozark (Glasgow) 9-24 (Fall 0:45)
• Cons. Round 1 - Rebekah Womble (Columbus) 14-19 won by fall over Blake Ozark (Glasgow) 9-24 (Fall 2:58)
• 7th Place Match - Samme Gibbs (Malta) 2-13 won by fall over Blake Ozark (Glasgow) 9-24 (Fall 0:57)


Prep Basketball Scores For 2/3

Sunday, February 4th 2024

Boys Basketball:

Cut Bank 63, Chinook 45
Shelby 61, Rocky Boy 59
Manhattan 64, Fairfield 51
Fairview 55, Poplar 43
Harlem 69, Wolf Point 62
Fergus 62, Malta 60
Choteau 57, Conrad 43
Red Lodge 71, Coumbus 59
Lodge Grass 79, Baker 40
Lame Deer 91, Colstrip 61
Plentywood 70, MonDak 21
Savage 50, Richey-Lambert 24
Jordan 55, Broadus 52
Culbertson 48, Brockton 38
Lustre 70, Circle 22
Turner 52, Fort Benton 42
Melstone 51, Custer-Hysham 42
Frazer 75, Dodson 68
Froid/Lake 57, Bainville 42
Scobey 71, North Country 36
Ekalaka 51, Terry 50


Girls:

Lewiston 53, Malta 46
Baker 70, Lodge Grass 49
Chinook 67, Cut Bank 15
Shelby 73, Rocky Boy 63
Columbus 39, Red Lodge 32
Conrad 50, Choteau 25
Manahattan 47, Fairfield 36
Poplar 68, Fairview 45
Wolf Point 46, Harlem 42
Culbertson 52, Brockton 33
Plentywood 65, MonDak 44
Frazer 76, Dodson 40
North Country 47, Scobey 23
Ekalaka 53, Terry 45
Jordan 57, Broadus 53
Fort Benton 41, Turner 37
Lustre 47, Circle 45
Bainville 45, Froid/Lake 23


Scottie Boys In 4th Place And Scottie Girls In 10th Place After First Day Of Eastern B/C Divisional Wrestling Tourney

Saturday, February 3rd 2024

MHSA B/C Eastern Divisional 2024 Results for Glasgow Boys

103

Makiya Plummer (28-14) placed 6th and scored 11.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 28-14 won by fall over Landon Macioroski (Forsyth) 14-22 (Fall 3:03)
Quarterfinal - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 28-14 won by fall over Logan Turner (Roundup) 10-10 (Fall 2:48)
113
Cody Kuka (25-18) placed 6th and scored 8.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Cody Kuka (Glasgow) 25-18 received a bye () (Bye)
Quarterfinal - Cody Kuka (Glasgow) 25-18 won by major decision over Ruben Nelson (Circle) 20-17 (MD 11-3)
120

Tyler King (24-21) placed 8th and scored 8.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Tyler King (Glasgow) 24-21 received a bye () (Bye)
Champ. Round 2 - Tyler King (Glasgow) 24-21 won by fall over Travis Kiley (Red Lodge HS) 14-9 (Fall 3:40)
Quarterfinal - Baylor Burton (Huntley Project (Worden)) 33-6 won by fall over Tyler King (Glasgow) 24-21 (Fall 3:26)
Cons. Round 4 - Tyler King (Glasgow) 24-21 won by fall over Seth Kornick (Columbus / Absarokee) 21-15 (Fall 2:14)
132

Joaquin Torres (24-24) place is unknown and scored 1.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Joaquin Torres (Glasgow) 24-24 received a bye () (Bye)
Champ. Round 2 - Nevaeh Miller (Baker) 11-9 won by fall over Joaquin Torres (Glasgow) 24-24 (Fall 2:24)
Cons. Round 2 - Joaquin Torres (Glasgow) 24-24 won by decision over Colten Black (Circle) 5-13 (Dec 7-5)
Cons. Round 3 - Payton Hastings (Great Falls Central) 4-7 won by fall over Joaquin Torres (Glasgow) 24-24 (Fall 4:25)
138

Alex Earll (4-18) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Nolan Evenson (Red Lodge HS) 21-7 won by fall over Alex Earll (Glasgow) 4-18 (Fall 1:37)
Cons. Round 1 - Alex Earll (Glasgow) 4-18 received a bye () (Bye)
Cons. Round 2 - Chamron Southers (Custer/Hysham) 11-16 won by fall over Alex Earll (Glasgow) 4-18 (Fall 2:10)
152

Khye Gamas (37-8) placed 6th and scored 13.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Khye Gamas (Glasgow) 37-8 received a bye () (Bye)
Champ. Round 2 - Khye Gamas (Glasgow) 37-8 won by fall over Chase Howell (Huntley Project (Worden)) 16-21 (Fall 1:30)
Quarterfinal - Khye Gamas (Glasgow) 37-8 won by fall over Kyler Anderson (Chester-Joplin-Inverness) 20-17 (Fall 1:24)
160

James Landles (20-21) placed 8th and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - James Landles (Glasgow) 20-21 received a bye () (Bye)
Quarterfinal - Kai Heck (Colstrip) 30-14 won by fall over James Landles (Glasgow) 20-21 (Fall 1:09)
Cons. Round 2 - James Landles (Glasgow) 20-21 received a bye () (Bye)
160

William Kirkland (29-10) placed 6th and scored 11.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - William Kirkland (Glasgow) 29-10 won by fall over Jay thomas Stewart (Harlem) 4-14 (Fall 0:54)
Quarterfinal - William Kirkland (Glasgow) 29-10 won by fall over Austin Clark (Fort Benton) 0-13 (Fall 1:31)
170

Michael King (35-17) placed 6th and scored 11.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Michael King (Glasgow) 35-17 won by fall over Bowen Taylor (Circle) 9-13 (Fall 0:43)
Quarterfinal - Michael King (Glasgow) 35-17 won by fall over Sheldon Serrano (Roundup) 18-12 (Fall 1:47)
205

Gabe Munroe (12-25) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Gabe Munroe (Glasgow) 12-25 received a bye () (Bye)
Quarterfinal - Christoper Brawley (Baker) 23-10 won by fall over Gabe Munroe (Glasgow) 12-25 (Fall 3:35)
Cons. Round 2 - Tucker Turbiville (Baker) 10-16 won by decision over Gabe Munroe (Glasgow) 12-25 (Dec 8-4)
285

Ernie Vandall (3-17) place is unknown and scored 3.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Zack Thomas (Fort Benton) 17-16 won by fall over Ernie Vandall (Glasgow) 3-17 (Fall 1:07)
Cons. Round 1 - Ernie Vandall (Glasgow) 3-17 won by fall over Kai Rider-gray (Harlem) 0-5 (Fall 1:34)
Cons. Round 2 - Julian Powell (Chinook) 23-12 won by fall over Ernie Vandall (Glasgow) 3-17 (Fall 1:15)

MHSA Girls B/C Eastern Divisional Results for Glasgow Girls

120
Avery Pedersen (16-25) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 received a bye () (Bye)
Quarterfinal - Kylie Schwartz (Baker) 31-4 won by fall over Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 (Fall 1:55)
Cons. Round 2 - Cierra Norton (Circle) 13-20 won by fall over Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 (Fall 1:19)

126
Chloe Lamb (3-4) placed 8th and scored 4.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Leah Lepinnet (Big Sandy) 7-18 won by fall over Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 3-4 (Fall 2:21)
Cons. Round 1 - Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 3-4 received a bye () (Bye)
Cons. Round 2 - Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 3-4 won by fall over Evelyn Ples (Red Lodge/Belfry) 1-15 (Fall 2:22)

138
Madison Lamb (15-15) placed 6th and scored 3.0 team points.

Quarterfinal - Madison Lamb (Glasgow) 15-15 received a bye () (Bye)
145

Blake Ozark (9-22) placed 8th and scored 0.0 team points.

Quarterfinal - Ryann Gorder (Baker) 16-9 won by fall over Blake Ozark (Glasgow) 9-22 (Fall 0:45)

145
Riley Clampitt (30-5) placed 6th and scored 7.0 team points.

Quarterfinal - Riley Clampitt (Glasgow) 30-5 won by fall over Samme Gibbs (Malta) 1-12 (Fall 0:57)


Prep Basketball Scores For February 2nd

Saturday, February 3rd 2024

Boys Basketball:

Columbus 72, Roundup 20
Lodge Grass 88, Colstrip 52
Malta 92, Wolf Point 66
Richey/Lambert 34, MonDak 23
Havre 69, Glendive 59
Jordan 62, Terry 47
Lewistown 46, Miles City 44
Circle 57, Nashua 37
Glasgow 75, Poplar 67
Shelby 47, Conrad 34
Cut Bank 73, Choteau 54
Fairview 58, Harlem 55
Rocky Boy 93, Hays-Lodgepole 44
Plentywood 70, Bainville 45
Lustre 79, Dodson 33

Girls Basketball:

Choteau 47, Cut Bank 37
Conrad 39, Shelby 36
Fairview 54, Harlem 44
Glasgow 56, Poplar 53
Malta 58, Wolf Point 40
Richey/Lambert 61, MonDak 49
Havre 73, Glendive 32
Jordan 55, Terry 43
Scobey 71, Frazer 12
Circle 58, Nashua 8
Columbus 64, Roundup 11
Plentywood 41, Bainville 33
Lustre 68, Dodson 21


McColly Continues To Excel At DSU

Friday, February 2nd 2024

On Friday, Hinsdale's Kaitlyn McColly, competing for the Lady Blue Hawks at Dickinson State, set a new personal best, a new school record, a new NSAA conference record, and an NAIA national leading score.

She scored 3,755 points in the women's pentathlon, finishing third behind Elise Ulseth of UND and Nell Graham of NDSU.


Richards And Miller Sign With Dickinson State

Friday, February 2nd 2024

Toryn Richards and Vaughn Miller have both signed with the Dickinson State University Blue Hawks.

Richards will play for Dickinson State Football and Miller with throw Javelin for Dickinson State Track.

Congratulations to both these great kids and their families!


McColly Named North Star Athletic Association Women’s Indoor Track Athlete of the Week

Wednesday, January 31st 2024

Kaitlyn McColly – Dickinson State (N.D.) – Junior – Hinsdale, Mont. – McColly finished third in the 60-meter hurdles for Dickinson State (N.D.) at the NAIA Preview/D2 Open, hosted by NCAA Division I South Dakota State.

She broke the school record time of 8.59 seconds and posted the fastest time by a North Star Athletic Association female athlete in the history of the conference. Her time hit the NAIA ‘A’ automatic qualifying time, which she already did in the 60-meter hurdles prelims with a time of 8.70 seconds.

McColly also finished third in the long jump with 5.40 meters mark (17 feet, 8.75 inches) and sixth in the 400-meters with a time of 59.97 seconds.


Nashua Lady Porcupines Fall To Scobey

Tuesday, January 30th 2024

The Scobey Lady Spartans defeated the Nashua Lady Porcupines by a score of 72-6 in a 3C girls' basketball game in Nashua on Tuesday night. Scobey employed an intense full court defense, and a strong inside game anchored by 6'0" Katie Aanstad, to bring home the conference victory. Nashua had just five players, and battled valiantly in the loss. Scobey was led in scoring by Katie Aanstad, who scored 14 for the Spartans, while Katey Dykstra led Nashua with 4 points.

With the win, Scobey improves their record to 12-2 overall and are now 6-2 in conference play.

Nashua travels to Harlem for a non-conference game on Thursday, February 1st, and will host Circle in a conference matchup on Friday evening. Scobey will travel to Frazer on Friday night, and host North Country on Saturday night.

1Q- Scobey 17, Nashua 0
Half-Scobey 39, Nashua 2
3Q- Scobey 60, Nashua 3
Final-Scobey 72, Nashua 6

Nashua- Katey Dykstra 4, Dylan Bergstrom 2

Scobey- Katie Aanstad 14, Kennadi Cromwell 11, Avery Wolfe 11, Camrie Holum 9, Mckenna Nieskens 8, Dylan Allestad 5, Claire Lekvold 4, Chloe Handran 4, Mya Green 3, Kayla Carney


Nashua Falls To Scobey In 3C Boys Basketball

Tuesday, January 30th 2024

The Nashua Porcupines fell to the Scobey Spartans in a 3C Boys' conference basketball matchup in Nashua on Tuesday night. Scobey opened up a 15 point first quarter lead, and never looked back on their way to their 14th consecutive victory. With the victory Scobey moves to 14-0 on the season, and are now 8-0 in conference play. Nashua battled, but were shorthanded and missing one of the premier players in the conference, in Sophomore Grady Nielsen. With the loss, Nashua drops to 6-8 overall, and are now 3-6 in league play.

Scobey was led in scoring by Sophomore guard, John Carney, who scored 20 points, all in the second half, including 6 three pointers. Ty Leischner added 17 points for Scobey, Braxton Wolfe had 16, and Bram Handran chipped in 14 as Scobey had four scorers in double figures.

Nashua was led in scoring by Noah Leckie, who scored 8 points for the Porcupines.

Nashua will travel to Harlem on Thursday, and then will host Circle on Friday night. Scobey will visit Frazer on Friday night, and then host North Country on Saturday.

1Q- Scobey 20, Nashua 5
Half- Scobey 43, Nashua 10
3Q- Scobey 66, Nashua 17
FINAL-Scobey 81, Nashua 22

Nashua- Noah Leckie 8, Charlie Kaasa 3, Damon Adkins 3, Jackson Abern 3, Caden Laumeyer 2, John Grimes 2, Bubba Pugh 1

Scobey- John Carney 20, Ty Leischner 17, Braxton Wolfe 16, Bram Handran 14, Brekken Maher 6, Kolten Machart 6, Ryan Halverson 2


Sports Broadcasts This Week

Tuesday, January 30th 2024

Friday on KLTZ
High School Basketball: Glasgow at Harlem
Girls at 4:30 p.m. Boys at 6 p.m.

Saturday on KLTZ
High School Basketball: Scobey at Lustre
Girls at 4 p.m. Boys at 5:30 p.m.

Saturday on Mix-93
High School Basketball: Glasgow at Fairview
Girls at 4:00 p.m. Boys at 5:30 p.m.

Friday and Saturday on KLTZ/Mix-93
State Wrestling Reports

Saturday on KLTZ
Saturday Morning Sports Show at 8 a.m.


Glasgow Wrestling Club Results

Monday, January 29th 2024

This year’s Glasgow Wrestling Club Invitational SMASHED a participation record for a 4th consecutive year. Saturday’s event featured 19 clubs and an incredible 549 wrestlers which topped last year’s record of 472. It is the largest tournament ever held in the Northeast Division of Montana AAU. WOW.

Despite the massive attendance, the event could not have ran any smoother! Tournament organizers and parents worked collaboratively on an event that ended up finishing 890 matches on 8 mats in just under 6 hours. Hats off to everyone who once again played a part in such a succesful event and thank you to ALL of the kids and parents who made the trek to Glasgow this year.

The Highlanders made sure to take full advantage of the HOME mats! GWC had the largest team in attendance with 84 wrestlers in competition. Ultimately, 22 Highlanders would WIN Individual Championsips and 50 would secure a Top 3 finish. The Glasgow Wrestling Club also led the tournament with 101 Pins/Tech Falls and finished with an overall 57% winning percentage.

On Sunday, the Highlanders were right back into competition as they traveled 70 miles west to Malta for the Annual “Cover the Court” tournament. This year’s Cover the Court event featured 15 clubs and a record turnout of 333 wrestlers in attendance. Only the host club would have more wrestlers at the event than GWC’s contingent of 47 grapplers! It was another impressive showing from our local squad with 14 Individual CHAMPIONS and 29 Top 3 finishes. Leading the tournament once again in Pins/Tech Falls with 51 total and an overall winning percentage of 53%.

Next weekend; the Glasgow Wrestling Club will head east to Williston on Saturday for the annual MonDak Open and the Plentywood Invitational on Sunday.

Glasgow Wrestling Club Invitational Results–

Tot
Taya Sundeen 2nd
Nora Knodel 4th
Saylor Thompson 1st
Remington George 3rd
Duncan Markle 2nd
Theo Marks 1st
Rhett Murch 1st
Arlie Hoerner
Brands Casterline 2nd
Lucas Beer
Jax Pankratz
Frank Pattison 3rd
Miles Henry
Tucker Hughes
Kayson Murch 1st
Newt Knaff 3rd

Bantam
Nels Redfield 3rd
Zander Downhour
Bjorn See 2nd
Howard Redfield 4th
Atikis Gerrard
Michael Ames
Silas Hopstad 3rd
Declan Cochran 4th
Jeffrey Knodel
Eli Pankratz
Rowen Thompson 2nd
Ledger Kaufman 2nd
Brody Boos
Trevor Hughes
Colt Knaff 1st
Olive Marks 2nd
Viona Casterline 1st
Brenley Flaten 2nd
Aurora Markle 1st
Rylie Reeverts
Taryn Sundeen 1st
Kennedeigh Knaff 4th
Collins Flaten 1st

Midget
Erickson Cochran 4th
Abbey Nyenhuis 3rd
Porter Hopstad 5th
Rygan Gamas 1st
Archer Henry 4th
TenLea Sundeen 1st
Gwen Torres 4th
Piper See 2nd
Harlee VanderMars 1st
Tate Lehner 1st
Colton Wilcox
Caleb See
Cole Hagenau
Jett Morehouse 1st
CJ Sillerud
Orrin Mason
Milo Marks
Murdock Pattison 1st
Whit Ozark 2nd
Buddy Cole
Kase Shumway 3rd
Carson Young 2nd
Josiah Hernandez 1st

Novice
Ryker Nixdorf 3rd
Anders Aune 2nd
Walker Kirkland 1st
Knoxsen Harris
Eli Holinde 3rd
Ryatt Reeverts
Taden Sundeen 1st
Devon Munroe
Owen George
Kennedy Flaten 2nd
Riley Pattison 1st
Lyla Lehner 3rd

Schoolboy/Schoolgirl
Kylie Aho 3rd
Bailey Dooley 3rd
Addison Hughes 2nd
Josie Hartwell 4th
Madisyn Murch 1st
Hunter Pierce 2nd
Jack Morehouse 1st
Paxton Wesen
Saunten Gamas 2nd
Weston Kirkland 1st

Malta Cover the Court Results–

Tot
Taya Sundeen 1st
Theo Marks 1st
Rhett Murch 1st
Duncan Markle 3rd
Arlie Hoerner 4th
Brands Casterline 2nd
Lucas Beer 4th
Jax Pankratz 4th
Miles Henry 2nd
Newt Knaff 1st

Bantam
Olive Marks 1st
Viona Casterline 2nd
Brenley Flaten 3rd
Aurora Markle 1st
Ryley Reeverts 4th
Kennedeigh Knaff
Collins Flaten 1st
Taryn Sundeen 2nd
Zander Downhour 4th
Nels Redfield 2nd
Howard Redfield 2nd
Michael Ames
Eli Pankratz
Colt Knaff 1st

Midget
Tenlea Sundeen 1st
Archer Henry 3rd
Gwen Torres
Rygan Gamas 1st
Harlee VanderMars 1st
Colton Wilcox 3rd
Dayton Markle
Cole Hagenau
Orrin Mason 3rd
CJ Sillerud 4th
Whit Ozark 4th
Milo Marks
Buddy Cole

Novice
Lyla Lehner 2nd
Walker Kirkland 3rd
Knoxsen Harris
Anders Aune
Eli Holinde 2nd
Rhett Reeverts
Taden Sundeen 1st

Schoolboy/Schoolgirl
Kylie Aho 2nd
Saunten Gamas 1st
Weston Kirkland 1st


Scottie Basketball Schedule

Monday, January 29th 2024

Scottie Basketball this week:
Thursday vs Malta (Senior Night)
GHS-
Girls JV 3:30
Boys JV 5:00
Girls V 6:30
Recognize BBB/GBB, Band, & Cheer Seniors between varsity games
Boys V 8:00

Church-
Girls C 5:00

Friday @ Poplar
PHS
Boys C 3:00
Boys JV 4:30
Girls V 6:00
Boys V 7:30

PMS
Girls C 3:00
Girls JV 4:30


Scottie Wrestling Schedule

Monday, January 29th 2024

Scottie Wrestling kicks off the postseason!

Boys & Girls Eastern B/C Divisional Tournament at Wolf Point this Friday & Saturday
Friday- Doors open 9:30 AM. Wrestling starts 10:30 AM.

Saturday- Doors open 9:30 AM. Wrestling starts 10:30 AM. Championship at approx. 3 PM.


District 2-B Girls Basketball Conference Standings

Monday, January 29th 2024

District 2- B Girls

Malta 6-0 7-5
Poplar 4-1 10-3
Fairview 3-2 4-9
Glasgow 3-3 7-7
Harlem 1-5 5-7
Wolf Point 0-6 3-11


District 2-B Boys Conference Standings

Monday, January 29th 2024

District 2-B Boys

Malta 6-0 11-1
Poplar 4-1 9-4
Glasgow 4-2 7-7
Fairview 2-3 7-6
Harlem 1-5 6-6
Wolf Point 0-6 2-12


District 2-B Boys Conference Standings

Monday, January 29th 2024

District 2-B Boys

Malta 6-0 11-1
Poplar 4-1 9-4
Glasgow 4-2 7-7
Fairview 2-3 7-6
Harlem 1-5 6-6
Wolf Point 0-6 2-12


Scottie Wrestling Recap

Sunday, January 28th 2024

Malta Invite Week Recap:

Tuesday Dual at Glendive—
Glasgow 39 Glendive 33
Scottie Girls go 1-0 Tuesday evening.
Scottie Boys end regular season with a 2-3 overall dual record.

Saturday at Malta Invitational—
Team Finishes:
Scottie Boys finish in 3rd Place out of 12 teams with 116 team points.
Scottie Girls finish in 2nd Place out of 10 teams with 45 team points.

Individual Place Winners:
Makiya Plummer 5th at 103
Cody Kuka 2nd at 113
Avery Pedersen Champion at 120
Tyler King 2nd at 120
Joaquin Torres 3rd at 132
Riley Clampitt 2nd at 145
Blake Ozark 5th at 145
Khye Gamas Champion at 152
William Kirkland Champion at 160
Gabe Munroe 3rd at 205

Next Week
—Friday and Saturday at Eastern B/C Divisional in Wolf Point


Scottie Basketball Sweeps Wolf Point

Sunday, January 28th 2024

Scottie Girls Basketball defeats Wolf Point:
Glasgow 56 Wolf Point 38 Final.
Record now at 7-7 overall, 3-3 in conference play.
Joelly Chappell had 18 points while Mayzie Yoakam added 17 for the Scotties.

Scottie Boys Basketball defeats Wolf Point:
Glasgow 63 Wolf Point 38
Record now at 7-7 overall, 4-2 in conference play.

Scotties will host Malta on Thursday and travel to Poplar on Friday.


Prep Basketball Scores For January 27th

Sunday, January 28th 2024

Boys Basketball:

Malta 68, Fairview 58
Lockwood 57, Sidney 38
Culbertson 56, MonDak 33
Nashua 46, Terry 41
Plevna 54, Richey-Lambert 40
Poplar 80, Harlem 64
Glasgow 63, Wolf Point 38
Baker 64, Lame Deer 63
Lustre 62, Bainville 31
Brockton 64, Frazer 27
Jordan 64, Broadus 56
Rocky Boy 100, Chinook 58
Lodge Grass 78, Huntley Project 69
Joliet 73, Colstrip 46
Cut Bank 65, Conrad 50
Savage 56, Wibaux 28
Turner 61, North Country 59


Girls Basketball:

Conrad 56, Cut Bank 28
Malta 60, Fairview 46
Glasgow 56, Wolf Point 38
Poplar 65, Harlem 43
Chinook 73, Rocky Boy 37
Baker 98, Lame Deer 23
Huntley Project 75, Lodge Grass 57
Richey/Lambert 63, Plevna 37
North Country 73, Turner 30
MonDak 52, Culbertson 33
Bainville 45, Lustre 40
Lockwood 58, Sidney 24
Jordan 44, Broadus 42
Terry 60, Nashua 18



High School Ice Dawgs Sweep Great Falls This Weekend

Sunday, January 28th 2024

The High School Ice Dawg Hockey team swept Great Falls at the Valley Event Center this weekend.

Friday, the Ice Dawgs won 6-3 with the help of a four goal 2nd period. Brody Hansen had a hat trick with 3 goals while Tavin Boland, Bode Barnett and Mason Hunter each added a goal. Jacob Potter had 10 shots on goal with 7 saves.

Saturday, Glasgow won 3-1. Bode Barnett had 2 goals while Charlie Cornwell added a goal for the Ice Dawgs. Potter had 29 shots on goal with 28 saves.

The Ice Dawgs are now 12-1 in the BSHS Eastern Division and sitting in first place. Miles City is 12-2 and Great Falls now 11-7.


Area College Athletes Do Well Over The Weekend

Sunday, January 28th 2024

#NextLevelScottie Brett Glaser, now competing in the D2 ranks at Black Hills State University, made it into the 5,000 point club in the heptathlon at a home meet in Spearfish on Saturday.

BHSU Athletics story: To cap off a solid team performance up and down the roster, the duo of Brett Glaser (Gr., Glasgow, Mont.) and Hanah Sullivan (So., Sheridan, Wyo.) both hit National Collegiate Athletic Conference (NCAA) Division II provisional marks for the 2024 NCAA Division II Indoor Championships this weekend.

Glaser won the heptathlon in a field of six competitors, finishing ahead of teammate Conor McGraw (Sr., Hannah, Wyo.) with 5,032 points. The mark hit the NCAA provisional mark of 4,710 points and it sits 14th in the nation after today (2nd in the RMAC). To highlight the event, the graduate student cleared a personal-best 4.30 meters in the pole vault, which sits tied for 12th in the RMAC (among heptathlon athletes).

On Friday, #NextLevelScottie Iris McKean ran another solid time in the 3,000m at the Bobcat Challenge in Bozeman, running a 10:46.

On the basketball court on Sunday, #NextLevelScottie Tyann Graham had 2 rebounds and 4 assists in a tight loss to Bismarck State, 73-71.

Hinsdale's Kaitlyn McColly set the school record for Dickinson State University in the 60m hurdles, running 8.59 seconds to finish third at the SDSU D2/NAIA Open. She also shaved 2 seconds off last season's 400m time, running 59.97 to place 6th in that event. Fellow Lady Blue Hawk Jewel Olson of Wolf Point won the race with a 58.67.

Kaitlyn is still rated #1 nationally in the NAIA Pentathlon.

Teammate Taylor Laumeyer, a Nashua grad, is back from injury this season. She finished third in the discus, throwing 40.82m, (133-11¼)

And, in hockey last weekend, Glasgow's Kylie Lagerquist is playing for Dakota College At Bottineau. She scored as time expired to help the Lumberjacks to a 4-1 win. The team lost to Sault College on Friday and then traveled to Fargo this weekend, but no scores are available yet.


Scottie Girls, Boys Defeat Rocky Boy

Saturday, January 27th 2024

The Scottie girls cruised past divisional foe Rocky Boy at home on Friday night, winning 55-23. Mayzie Yoakam had 28 to lead the Scotties.

Glasgow 16-35-47-55
Rocky Boy 6-11-16-23

The Scottie boys avenged a loss earlier this season to Rocky Boy, winning 73-66. Wyatt Babb and Myles Yoakam each had 24, while Cade Hudyma added 17 for the Scotties.

Glasgow 24-37-52-73
Rocky Boy 19-35-52-66

Glasgow next travels to Wolf Point tonight (Saturday).


Friday Scores

Saturday, January 27th 2024

High School Basketball

Girls
Bainville 54, Richey-Lambert 31
Chinook 65, Conrad 20
CJI 44, Shelby 37
Dodson 35, Nashua 31 (Dyllan Bergstrom 20)
Froid-Lake 37, Culbertson 28
Glasgow 55, Rocky Boy 23
Huntley Project 84, Red Lodge 39
Lewistown 44, Sidney 29
Lustre Christian 82, Frazer 53
Miles City 45, Havre 43
North Country 55, Circle 40
Plentywood 58, Brockton 24
Savage 40, Westby- Grenora 36
Scobey 67, Wolf Point 29
Wibaux 48, Jordan 42

Boys
Bainville 56, Richey-Lambert 44
Circle 54, North Country 48
CJI 61, Shelby 58
Froid-Lake 55, Culbertson 44
Glasgow 73, Rocky Boy 66
Harlem 74, Hays-Lodgepole 64
Havre 78, Miles City 49
Jordan 72, Wibaux 29
Lewistown 46, Sidney 28
Lustre Christian 84, Frazer 23
Nashua 70, Dodson 54 (Grady Nielsen 30, Bubba Pugh 17)
Plentywood 74, Brockton 48
Red Lodge 110, Huntley Project 85
Savage 55, Westby- Grenora 22
Scobey 60, Wolf Point 37


Article On Former Scottie Wrestling Coach Larry Leonard

Friday, January 26th 2024

406mtsports.com did a nice article on Former Scottie Wrestling Coach Larry Leonard's induction into the Hall of Fame. You can find the full story on their website here.


Miles Community College Drops Two

Thursday, January 25th 2024

Dakota College at Bottineau topped Miles Community College in women's basketball on Wednesday night, 87-80. The Pioneers hosted Williston State College, on Thursday night, losing 63-59.

#NextLevelScottie Tyann Graham scored seven points for the Pioneers on Wednesday night and put in another six on Thursday night. The team next hosts Bismarck State College on Sunday.


GRD Men's Basketball Scores

Tuesday, January 23rd 2024

2023-24 Men’s Basketball League Scores

Tuesday, January 16th, 2024
6:30PM Hi-Line Eye Care def. Opportunity Bank 56-48
High Scorers
Hi-Line Eye Care – Alec Boland – 12
Opportunity Bank – KJ Ingram – 15

7:45PM Buffalo Chasers def. Ball Stars 81-80
High Scorers
Buffalo Chasers – Corey Martell – 17
Ball Starsh – Daryl Jo – 20

9:00PM Neufeld Farms def. Dink’s 100-45
High Scorers
Neufeld Farms – Zach Brown – 36
Dink’s – Blaine Myrick – 18

Thursday, January 18th, 2024

6:30PM Nutrien Ag Solutions def. Dink’s 87-54
High Scorers
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Corbin Lonebear – 36
Dink’s – Blaine Myrick – 17

7:45PM Buffalo Chasers def. Hi-Line Eye Care 99-56
High Scorers
Buffalo Chasers – Joseph Williamson – 31
Hi-Line Eye Care – Kale Love – 17

9:00PM Ball Stars def. Neufeld Farms 75-74
High Scorers
Ball Stars – Juliun Benson – 31
Neufeld Farms – Reuben Garner – 20

League Standings
Ball Stars 12-4
Buffalo Chasers 11-3
Nutrien Ag Solutions 10-4
Neufeld Farms 9-5
Hi-Line Eye Care 7-8
Dink’s 2-13
Opportunity Bank 0-14

Next Games: January 23rd & 25th, 2024

Tuesday
6:30PM
Dink’s vs. Opportunity Bank
7:45PM
Nutrien Ag Solutions vs. Hi-Line Eye Care
9:00PM
Buffalo Chasers vs. Neufeld Farms

Thursday
6:30PM
Neufeld Farms vs. Hi-Line Eye Care
7:45PM
Opportunity Bank vs. Buffalo Chasers
9:00PM
Ball Stars vs. Nutrien Ag Solutions


McKean Continues To Set Personal Bests For Lady Griz

Monday, January 22nd 2024

#NextLevelScottie Iris McKean ran another personal best in the 3000m on Friday at the Lauren McCluskey Memorial in Moscow, Idaho. McKean, a sophomore at the University of Montana, finished 7th in the 3,000m in 10:24.45, a 7-second personal best.


Scottie Basketball Schedule This Week

Monday, January 22nd 2024

Scottie Basketball this week:

Tuesday at Sidney
SHS-
JV Boys 3:30
V Boys 5:00
V Girls 6:30

SMS-
JV Girls 3:30
C Girls 5:00
C Boys 6:30

Friday
Rocky Boy at Glasgow

GHS—
3:00 JV Boys
4:30 JV Girls
6:00 V Girls
7:30 V Boys

Evangelical Church—
4:30 C Boys

Saturday at Wolf Point-
Girls C 12:00
Boys C 1:30
Girls JV 3:00
Boys JV 4:30
Girls V 6:00
Boys V 7:30


District 3-C Conference Boys Basketball Standings

Monday, January 22nd 2024

District 3-C Boys

Scobey/Opheim 7-0 12-0
Lustre 6-1 11-1
North Country 4-3 5-7
Circle 3-3 5-6
Nashua 2-4 4-6
Dodson 2-6 5-6
Frazer 0-7 0-11

Last Week:
Lustre 56 North Country 28
Nashua 98 Frazer 58
Circle 74 Dodson 50
Scobey/Opheim 81 Dodson 26
North Country 66 Frazer 38
Lustre 70 Nashua 32
Scobey/Opheim 49 Circle 38
North Country 46 Dodson 42

This Week:
Tuesday 01.23.2024
Wolf Point @ Circle
Thursday 01.25.2024
Harlem JV @ Dodson
Friday 01.26.2024
North Country @ Circle
Dodson @ Nashua
Lustre @ Frazer
Wolf Point @ Scobey
Saturday 01.27.2024
Frazer @ Brockton
Bainville @ Lustre
Nashua @ Terry
Turner @ Whitewater


District 3-C Conference Girls Basketball Standings

Monday, January 22nd 2024

North Country 7-0 12-0
Scobey/Opheim 5-2 10-2
Circle 4-2 9-2
Lustre 4-3 9-3
Frazer 3-4 6-5
Dodson 1-7 3-8
Nashua 0-6 0-10

Last Week:
North Country 60 Lustre 24
Frazer 70 Nashua 17
Circle 57 Dodson 18
Scobey/Opheim 59 Dodson 34
North Country 85 Frazer 30
Lustre 64 Nashua 23
Scobey/Opheim 41 Circle 31
North Country 70 Dodson 13

This Week:
Tuesday 01.23.2024
Wolf Point @ Circle
Thursday 01.25.2024
Harlem JV @ Dodson
Friday 01.26.2024
North Country @ Circle
Dodson @ Nashua
Lustre @ Frazer
Wolf Point @ Scobey
Saturday 01.27.2024
Frazer @ Brockton
Bainville @ Lustre
Nashua @ Terry
Turner @ Whitewate


Glasgow Ice Dawgs Sweep Great Falls

Monday, January 22nd 2024

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs High School Hockey team traveled to Great Falls over the weekend and swept both games 4-1, and 4-3.

On Saturday, the Ice Dawgs had goals from Peyton Smith (2), Brody Hansen and Tavin Boland. Jacob Potter had 9 saves with 10 shots on goal.

Sunday, the Ice Dawgs defeated Great Falls 4-3. Tatum Hansen, Brody Hansen, Dillon Hughes and Bode Barnett had goals while Jacob Potter had 18 saves with 21 shots on goal.

Glasgow improved to 10-1 in division play while Great Falls fell to 11-5.


Highlanders Crown Four Champions; Finish Top 4 at Helltown

Sunday, January 21st 2024

Pictured is 7th Grade Highlander, Aiden Aune, getting the PIN this weekend at Helltown

GWC never backs down from competition! This weekend was no different, as the Highlanders traveled southwest to Helena, Montana for the prestigious annual Helltown Throwdown. This year's event featured 71 different youth clubs and a RECORD of 1,111 boy and girl wrestlers in attendance. It was the Glasgow Wrestling Club's first time attending this event in its 10 years of existence and the Highlanders would end up bringing the 5th biggest squad to competition.

With 38 wrestlers suiting up; GWC ultimately crowned four Individual CHAMPIONS, Seventeen Top 3 finishers, and a total of 27 top 6 place winners. What a showing!! The impressive haul was good enough for a team score of 78 points. 4th Overall in the team standings and 3rd place among the LARGE team division. Just 7 points short of a Large Team Championship. Trailing only Team Champs (Billings West) 85 points and Mine Yard Dogs (Butte) 79 points.

This Saturday, January 27th; the Glasgow Wrestling Club will host its annual Invitational in Scottie Gymnasium. Over 500 youth wrestlers are expected to attend in what has become the premier regular-season event within the Northeast Division.

Helltown Throwdown Individual Results:

Tot / 6U --
Theo Marks 4th
Frank Pattison 3rd
Newt Knaff

Bantam / 8U --
Nels Redfield
Howard Redfield
Ledger Kaufman 5th
Colt Knaff 3rd
Olive Marks 3rd
Taryn Sundeen 2nd
Collins Flaten Champion

Intermediate / 10U:
Tate Lehner 5th
Jett Morehouse 2nd
Murdock Pattison 5th
Orrin Mason
Milo Marks
Carson Young
TenLea Sundeen Champion
Rygan Gamas 3rd
Harlee Vandermars 3rd

Novice / 12U:
Ryker Nixdorf 6th
Walker Kirkland
Anders Aune
Eli Holinde 5th
Knoxsen Harris
Taden Sundeen Champion
Kennedy Flaten 2nd
Riley Pattison 2nd
Lyla Lehner 4th
Khloe Kaufman 4th

Middle School:
Aiden Aune 3rd
Hunter Pierce 4th
Jack Morehouse 2nd
Saunten Gamas 3rd
Weston Kirkland 5th
DC Flaten
Leo Pattison 3rd
Riley Pedersen Champion
Aubree Holinde


Scottie Activities

Sunday, January 21st 2024

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Tuesday Jan. 23rd -- HS BBB/GBB @ Sidney (C/JV/V)
Tuesday Jan. 23rd -- HS WR Dual @ Glendive
Friday Jan. 26th -- MS BBB @ Sidney
Friday Jan. 26th -- HS BBB/GB vs. Rocky Boy (C/JV/V) 3:00 PM
Friday Jan. 26th-27th -- S/D @ State in Choteau
Saturday Jan. 27th -- MS BBB @ Scobey Jamboree
Saturday Jan. 27th -- AAU WR Tournament @ Scottie Gymnasium ALL Day
Saturday Jan. 27th -- HS BBB/GBB @ Wolf Point (C/JV/V)
Saturday Jan. 27th -- HS WR @ Malta Invitational
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Monday Jan. 29th -- District 12/13 Honors Band & Choir ALL Day at GHS
Tuesday Jan. 30th -- GHS Snowball Dance 7:00 PM @ GHS Cafeteria
Thursday Feb. 1st -- HS BBB/GBB vs. Malta (C/JV/V) (Senior Night BBall, Cheer, & Pep Band) 3:30 PM
Friday Feb. 2nd -- MS BBB vs. Sidney 3:00/4:15 PM @ GMS
Friday Feb. 2nd -- HS BBB/GBB @ Poplar (C/JV/V)
Friday Feb. 2nd-3rd -- Eastern B/C Divisional Wrestling Tournament @ Wolf Point
Saturday Feb. 3rd -- MS BBB @ Malta Jamboree
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Tuesday Feb. 6th -- Northeastern Arts Network @ GHS Auditorium 7:00 PM
Friday Feb. 9th -- HS BBB/GBB @ Harlem (C/JV/V)
Friday Feb. 9th-10th -- HS WR @ State All-Class at Billings Metra
Friday Feb. 9th-10th -- S/D @ NSDA Meet in Billings
Saturday Feb. 10th -- HS BBB/GBB @ Fairview (JV/V)
Saturday Feb. 10th -- MS BBB Northeast District Tournament @ Wolf Point


Prep Basketball Scores January 20th

Sunday, January 21st 2024

Girls
Bainville 56, Savage 36
Baker 98, St. Labre 13
Belt 75, Centerville 43
Big Sandy 58, Turner 43
Chinook 55, Shelby 44
Columbus 45, Big Timber 39
Ennis 60, Three Forks 44
Huntley Project 67, Colstrip 18
Jordan 56, Plevna 30
Lodge Grass 98, Lame Deer 67
Malta 70, Harlem 39
Missoula Loyola 68, Florence-Carlton 36
North Country 70, Dodson 13
Park City 50, Roundup 36
Plentywood 42, Culbertson 22
Poplar 47, Wolf Point 27
Richey/Lambert 49, Brockton 26
Scobey 41, Circle 31
Shepherd 52, Joliet 11
Terry 58, Broadus 56

Boys

Arlee 70, Darby 25
Big Sandy 51, Turner 48
Broadus 47, Terry 32
Brockton 49, Richey-Lambert 45
Columbus 52, Big Timber 43
Ekalaka 59, Wibaux 41
Fairfield 53, Conrad 38
Forsyth 60, Broadview-Lavina 51
Froid-Lake 50, Mon-Dak 42
Glendive 58, Lewistown 55
Huntley Project 78, Colstrip 50
Joliet 56, Shepherd 35
Jordan 63, Plevna 45
Lodge Grass 87, Lame Deer 77
Malta 98, Harlem 71
Manhattan 79, Lone Peak 39
Missoula Loyola 85, Florence/Carlton 63
Plentywood 67, Culbertson 32
Poplar 61, Wolf Point 53
Savage 45, Bsinville 37
Scobey 49, Circle 38
Shelby 72, Chinook 44
St. Labre 69, Baker 53
Thompson Falls 46, Superior 15
Three Forks 54, Ennis 40
Winnett-Grass Range 60, Hobson-Moore 40


Scottie Wrestling Results

Sunday, January 21st 2024

Moorcroft Week Recap:

Friday and Saturday at Dylan Humes Memorial Tournament in Moorcroft—

Team Finishes:
—Scottie Boys 8th place out of 28 teams with 85 team points.
—Scottie Girls 15th place out of 25 teams with 32 team points.

Varsity Individual Place Winners:
Madison Lamb 2nd Place 140 lbs.
Avery Pedersen 5th Place 115 lbs.
Makiya Plummer 8th Place 106 lbs.
Cody Kuka 6th Place 113 lbs.
Khye Gamas 4th Place 150 lbs.
William Kirkland 2nd Place 157 lbs.
Michael King 5th Place 175 lbs.

Junior Varsity Individual Place Winners:
Tyler King 2nd Place 119-122 lbs.
Joaquin Torres 2nd Place 121-127 lbs.
James Landles 2nd Place 158-171 lbs.
Gabe Munroe 3rd Place 176-185 lbs.
Ernie Vandall 1st Place 252-264 lbs.

Next Week
—Tuesday Dual at Glendive 6:00 PM
—Saturday at Malta Invitational 9:30 AM


Scottie Boys, Girls Top Harlem

Saturday, January 20th 2024

Glasgow's girls and boys basketball teams both won at home on Friday night, hosting conference games vs. Harlem.

The girls' record is now 4-7 overall, 2-3 in conference play.
Glasgow 9-28-36-54
Harlem 8-16-28-33
Top Scottie Scorers: Mayzie Yoakam (29) Hayden Green (12)

The boys' record is 5-6 overall, 3-2 in conference play.
Glasgow 19-32-49-64
Harlem 10-28-46-54
Top Scottie Scorers: Wyatt Babb (22) Myles Yoakam (21) Cade Hudyma (13)

The teams next travel to Sidney on Tuesday, January 23rd and host Rocky Boy Friday, January 26th.



Scottie Wrestling Results Day 1 In Moorcroft

Saturday, January 20th 2024

The Scottie girls are tied for 17th place out of 25 teams with 15 team points after Day 1 of the Dylan Humes Memorial in Moorcroft.

Avery Pedersen (115) and Madison Lamb (140) have advanced to tomorrow’s semifinals. Makiya Plummer (106) has advanced to Saturday's consolation quarterfinals, securing a top 8 finish.

The Scottie boys are in 8th place out of 28 teams with 54 team points after day one.

Khye Gamas (150) and William Kirkland (152) have both advanced to tomorrow’s semifinals; Cody Kuka (113), and Michael King (175) have advanced to the consolation quarterfinals.


Friday Night Scoreboard

Saturday, January 20th 2024

Girls Basketball
Bainville 43, Westby-Grenora 21
CJI 51, Turner 30
Fairview 41, Wolf Point 34
Glasgow 54, Harlem 33
Havre 54, Sidney 32
Lustre Christian 64, Nashua 23
Malta 51, Poplar 42
North Country 85, Frazer 30
Plentywood 43, Froid-Lake 22
Savage 60, Brockton 39
Scobey 59, Dodson 34
Shelby 57, Choteau 31

Boys Basketball
Bainville 74, Westby-Grenora 38
CJI 46, Turner 39
Cut Bank 54, Fairfield 51
Fairview 73, Wolf Point 50
Glasgow 64, Harlem 54
Jordan 70, Ekalaka 49
Lustre Christian 70, Nashua 32
Malta 71, Poplar 38
North Country 66, Frazer 38
Plentywood 61, Froid-Lake 55
Savage 74, Brockton 54
Scobey 81, Dodson 26
Shelby 68, Choteau 57 (OT)
Sidney 65, Havre 55


Scottie Girls, Boys Split With Fairview

Friday, January 19th 2024

The Scottie girls fell to Fairview in conference play at home on Thursday night, 52-48.

Top Scottie Scorers: Mayzie Yoakam (20) Kyndal Schraner (9)

Glasgow 11-21-31-48
Fairview 05-11-30-52

The Scottie boys defeated Fairview 51-36.

Top Scottie Scorers: Myles Yoakam (14) Cade Hudyma (12) Nick Solorzano (11) Wyatt Babb (10)

Glasgow 12-28-45-51
Fairview 10-18-25-36


Luke Zeiger Named To 2024 MHSA/Wendy's Athletes Hall of Fame

Wednesday, January 17th 2024

Congratulations to Luke Zeiger, GHS Class of 2012, on his induction into the 2024 MHSA/Wendy's Athletes' Hall of Fame.

Zeiger is only the 4th Wrestler in Montana history to be inducted. He joins Olympion Gene Davis, Word Champion Bill Zadick, and World SIlver Medalist Mike Zadick.

Luke is just the 3rd MHSA athlete Hall of Fame honoree from the storied history of Glasgow High School. Joining the great Roy Robinson (MHSA HOF Class of 1993) and Marjie (Connors) Markle (MHSA HOF Class of 2020).

Luke Zeiger will be honored in person by the MHSA - Montana High School Association at NEXT Saturday's Glasgow Wrestling Club Invitational in Scottie Gymnasium. The tournament will be stopped on January 27th at Noon to honor Luke on the mats in front of a LARGE Northeast Montana crowd.

Here is the Luke Zeiger's press release from the MHSA:

Luke Zeiger
Glasgow School (2012)

Luke Zeiger was a multi-sport star out of Glasgow, Montana. For the Scotties; he was an All-State Cross-Country runner; helping the Scottie boys to multiple State team trophies. In Track & Field, he was a 3-time state placer in the Pole Vault and was the 2012 State B Champion in the event with a winning height of 13’6”. During the summer months, he was a high-level club swimmer setting numerous Montana Federation records while earning high point honors at the State Meet in 9 out of 13 years.

His wrestling accolades at Glasgow High School are legendary. Zeiger was known for his tough competitive nature. From 2008 to 2012; Luke wrestled for the Scotties and accumulated a career record of 175-5. An incredible 97.2% winning percentage. His career mark included 93 consecutive wins from 2009 to 2011. He is one of the most dominant high school wrestlers in state history and is the only 4-time State Champion to come out of the storied wrestling program at Glasgow High School. He helped lead the Scotties to State B/C team titles in 2009 and 2010. His wrestling career was highlighted by two High School All-American finishes; including a National Championship at the 2011 NHSCA Junior National Championships in Virginia Beach. His 175 wins and 136 career pins are both ranked Top 5 in Montana High School history, regardless of classification. After high school, he competed collegiately at the University of Great Falls, North Idaho College, and Chadron State College.

He resides in Glasgow where he is a current co-owner of Ziggy’s Prime Cuts.

The physical location for the MHSA Athletes’ Hall of Fame sponsored by Wendy’s is at the Fortin Center on the campus of Rocky Mountain College in Billings. A plaque commemorating each inductee is on display on the second level in the gymnasium.


Montanasports.com High School Boys Basketball Poll

Tuesday, January 16th 2024

BILLINGS — Here are the 2023-24 MontanaSports.com high school boys basketball power rankings for games played through Jan. 13:

MTN Sports Power Rankings

Boys basketball

(Through games of Jan. 13)

Class AA

1. Bozeman (7-0)

2. Missoula Hellgate (7-1)

3. Bozeman Gallatin (5-2)

4. Missoula Sentinel (5-3)

5. Billings West (4-3)

Class A

1. Hamilton (10-0)

2. Butte Central (7-2)

3. Lockwood (7-2)

4. Dillon (7-2)

5. Havre (7-1)

Class B

1. Missoula Loyola (9-0)

2. Red Lodge (8-0)

3. St. Labre (9-0)

4. Malta (6-1)

5. Fairfield (9-1)

6. Arlee (7-1)

7. Manhattan (8-1)

8. Lodge Grass (7-1)

9. Columbus (8-2)

10. Jefferson (7-2)

Class C

1. Scobey (10-0)

2. Manhattan Christian (10-0)

3. Box Elder (9-0)

4. Savage (8-1)

5. Custer-Hysham (8-0)

6. Winnett-Grass Range (8-1)

7. Lustre Christian (9-1)

8. Plentywood (9-1)

9. C-J-I (7-1)

10. Lincoln (7-0)


Montanasports.com High School Girls Basketball Poll

Tuesday, January 16th 2024

BILLINGS — Here are the 2023-24 MontanaSports.com high school girls basketball power rankings for games played through Jan. 13:

MTN Sports Power Rankings

Girls basketball

(Through games of Jan. 13)

Class AA

1. Billings Skyview (7-0)

2. Missoula Big Sky (6-1)

3. Bozeman Gallatin (5-2)

4. Billings West (5-2)

5. Helena (6-2)

Class A

1. Havre (7-1)

2. Bigfork (8-1)

3. Frenchtown (8-1)

4. Miles City (8-1)

5. Billings Cenral (7-1)

Class B

1. Huntley Project (7-0)

2. Chinook (8-0)

3. Baker (6-1)

4. Anaconda (8-0)

5. Jefferson (8-1)

6. Shepherd (7-2)

7. Missoula Loyola (7-2)

8. Poplar (7-1)

9. Big Timber (6-2)

10. Manhattan (7-2)

Class C

1. Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale (9-0)

2. Twin Bridges (7-1)

3. Roberts (10-1)

4. Circle (8-1)

5. Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine (8-1)

6. White Sulphur Springs (7-0)

7. Big Sandy (8-1)

8. Bainville (8-1)

9. Scobey (8-2)

10. Roy-Winifred (6-3)


High School Ice Dawgs Split With Miles City

Monday, January 15th 2024

The Glasgow Ice Dawg high school hockey team split with Miles City this weekend in Glasgow.

On Friday, the Ice Dawgs pulled out the win 7-5. Glasgow was led in scoring by Brody Hansen and Bode Barnett each with 2 goals while Zevin Kummerfeldt, Aiden Price and Peyton Smith each added 1 goal. Jacob Potter in the net had 43 shots on goal and had 38 saves for a percentage of 88%.

On Saturday, the Ice Dawgs were beaten 7-3 by Miles City. Glasgow was let by Bode Barnett with 2 goals while Dillon Hughes added 1 goal. Brody Hansen had 2 assists and Mason Hunter had 1 assist. Jacob Potter had 39 shots on goal and 32 saves for a percentage of 82 percent.


Scottie Basketball Schedule This Week

Monday, January 15th 2024

Scottie Basketball this week:

Thursday vs. Fairview (Teddy Bear Toss Night)
Girls JV 3:30
Boys JV 5:00
Girls V 6:30
Boys V 8:00

Friday vs. Harlem
GHS-
Girls JV 3:00
Boys JV 4:30
Girls V 6:00
Boys V 7:30
Church-
Boys C 3:00
Girls C 4:30


Scottie Wrestlers On The Road This Week

Monday, January 15th 2024

Scottie Wrestling this week:

-Friday and Saturday at Dylan Humes Memorial Tournament at Moorcroft 11:00 AM


Glasgow Highlander Results From Miles City Invitational

Monday, January 15th 2024

How bout them Highlanders!!! What a start to the 2024 Club season for GWC. On Sunday, the Miles City Invitational featured 15 clubs and 399 wrestlers. The Highlanders had the 2nd most wrestlers in attendance with 38 strong. Only the tournament host had more competing on the mats.

GWC turned in a dominant performance; winning a tournament-high 63.8 % of their matches and finishing with the 2nd most Pins/Tech Falls at the event with 51 total.

In the end, the team would WIN the Large Team Championship on the backs of 17 Individual Champions and 33 Top three finishers.

Next Weekend the Highlanders will head to Helena, Montana for the prestigious Helltown Throwdown!

Individual Place Winners Miles City Invitational:

Tot—
Theo Marks 1st
Duncan Markle 3rd
Brands Casterline 2nd
Frank Pattison 1st
Newt Knaff 1st

Bantam—
Olive Marks 1st
Viona Casterline 2nd
Aurora Markle 4th
Brenley Flaten 4th
Taryn Sundeen 1st
Collins Flaten 1st
Colt Knaff 1st

Midget—
TenLea Sundeen 1st
Rygan Gamas 2nd
Tate Lehner 2nd
Dayton Markle 3rd
Jett Morehouse 1st
Orrin Mason 1st
Murdock Pattison 2nd
CJ Sillerud 4th
Milo Marks 3rd
Whit Ozark 1st
Carson Young 3rd

Novice—
Riley Pattison 1st
Kennedy Flaten 2nd
Lyla Lehner 4th
Ryker Nixdorf 2nd
Walker Kirkland 1st
Anders Aune 4th
Taden Sundeen 1st
Devon Munroe 3rd

Schoolboy/Schoolgirl—
Kylie Aho 2nd
Riley Pedersen 1st
Aiden Aune 2nd
Jack Morehouse 2nd
Saunten Gamas 1st
Weston Kirkland 1st
DC Flaten 3rd


Sports Broadcast Schedule This Week

Monday, January 15th 2024

Thursday on KLTZ
High School Basketball: Frazer at Nashua
Girls at 6 p.m. Boys at 7:30 p.m.

Thursday on Mix-93
High School Basketball: Fairview at Glasgow
Girls at 6 p.m. Boys at 7:30 p.m.

Friday on KLTZ
High School Basketball: Harlem at Glasgow
Girls at 6 p.m. Boys at 7:30 p.m.


District 3-C Conference Standings

Monday, January 15th 2024

District 3-C Boys Conference Standings

Scobey/Opheim 5-0 10-0
Lustre 4-1 9-1
North Country 2-2 3-6
Circle 2-2 4-5
Dodson 2-3 5-3
Nashua 1-3 3-5
Frazer 0-5 0-9

Last Week:
Scobey/Opheim 53 Lustre 43

This Week:
Tuesday 01.16.2024
North Country @ Lustre (Make Up)

Thursday 01.18.2024
Frazer @ Nashua
Friday 01.19.2024
Dodson @ Scobey
North Country @ Frazer
Nashua @ Lustre
Saturday 01.20.2024
Scobey/Opheim @ Circle
Dodson @ Whitewater
Frazer @ Trenton, ND


District 3-C Conference Girls Standings

Monday, January 15th 2024

District 3-C Conference Girls Standings

North Country 4-0 9-0
Circle 3-1 8-1
Lustre 3-2 8-2
Scobey/Opheim 3-2 8-2
Frazer 2-3 5-4
Dodson 1-4 3-5
Nashua 0-4 0-8

Last Week:
Scobey/Opheim 42 Lustre 34

This Week:

Tuesday 01.16.2024
North Country @ Lustre (Make Up)

Thursday 01.18.2024
Frazer @ Nashua

Friday 01.19.2024
Dodson @ Scobey
North Country @ Frazer
Nashua @ Lustre

Saturday 01.20.2024
Scobey/Opheim @ Circle
Dodson @ Whitewater
Frazer @ Trenton, N


Scottie Wrestlers Compete In Miles City

Sunday, January 14th 2024

Cowboy Week Recap:
Tuesday at Sidney Triangular Duals—
Sidney 42 Glasgow 25
Williston 57 Glasgow 16

Friday and Saturday at 65th Annual Cowboy / 3rd Annual Cowgirl Invitational—
Varsity Team Finishes:

Scottie Boys finish in 12th place overall out of 25 teams. The team scored 69 points, finishing 1st place among the 11 Class B/C teams in attendance.

Scottie Girls finish in 12th place out of 19 teams. The team scored 51 points, finishing 5th place among Class B/C teams in attendance.

Varsity Individual Place Winners:

Cody Kuka 6th Place at 113 lbs.
Riley Clampitt Champion at 145 lbs. (Riley finishes with a 6-0 record on the weekend & becomes 1st Cowgirl Champ in school history.)
Blake Ozark 7th Place at 145 lbs.
Khye Gamas 2nd Place at 152 lbs.
William Kirkland 7th Place at 160 lbs.
Michael King 6th Place at 170 lbs.

Junior Varsity Individual Place Winners:

Makiya Plummer 1st / 1st Place at 103 lbs.
Joaquin Torres 4th / 1st Place at 126 lbs.
Alex Earll 4th / 6th Place at 138 lbs.
James Landles 2nd / 2nd Place at 160 lbs.
Gabe Munroe 3rd / 2nd Place at 205 lbs.
Ernie Vandall 4th / 4th Place at 285 lbs.


Prep Basketball Scores For January 13th

Sunday, January 14th 2024

Most games across Montana were postponed due to weather conditions.

Boys Basketball:

Absarokee 37, Reed Pint-Rapelje 27
Roberts 67, Fromberg 43
Billings Central 70, Laurel 51
Hot Springs 53, Alberton 28
Fairfield 68, Shelby 66
Harlem 67, Wolf Point 63
Scobey 53, Lustre Christian 43
Beach, North Dakota 55, Wibaux 41

Girls Basketball:

Billings Skyview 55, Billings West 51
Billings Central 62, Laurel 44
Harlem 64, Wolf Point 61
Scobey 42, Lustre Christian 34
Fairfield 43, Shelby 33
Absarokee 46, Reed Point-Rapelje 25


Next Level Scotties In Track And Field Action

Sunday, January 14th 2024

#NextLevelScottie Iris McKean returned to running competition this weekend at the Spokane Indoor Challenge. McKean, a sophomore at the University of Montana, finished 4th in the 3,000m in 10:32.4 and was a member of the Distance Medley Relay that finished 3rd.

#NextLevelScottie Brett Glaser, using his final year of eligibility at Black Hills State in Spearfish, South Dakota, competed in several events at the Myrle Hanson Open this weekend.

There wasn't a heptathlon competition at the meet, but in individual events he finished 8th in the 60m hurdles in 12.85, was 4th in the pole vault at 3.88m (12' 8.75"), and 5th in the shot put at 13.92m (45' 8").

Glaser, the NAIA national runner-up in the decathlon next spring, will compete in the multi-events in both indoor and outdoor seasons for the Yellow Jackets this year.


Poplar Sweeps Glasgow

Friday, January 12th 2024

The Scottie girls fell to the Lady Indians in a conference match-up in Glasgow on Friday night, losing 56-43.

Mayzie Yoakam led the Scotties with 23 points, while JoJo Chappell scored 11.

Glasgow 12-16-27-43
Poplar 8-20-42-56

For the boys, Poplar overcame a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter, topping Glasgow 65-61.
Cade Hudyma 22, Myles Yoakam 17, Wyatt Babb 15

Glasgow 13-40-57-61
Poplar 16-25-42-65


Scottie Wrestling Results From Miles City Day #1

Friday, January 12th 2024

Khye Gamas goes 3-0 with 2 pins and a Major Decision. He is into tomorrow’s Semifinals at 152 lbs.
Cody Kuka, William Kirkland, and Michael King are all still in it on the consolation side.

Scottie Boys sit in 16th place overall out of 25 teams with 35 points

Riley Clampitt goes 3-0 with 3 pins on the 1st Day of the Miles City Cowgirl Invitational in Miles City. Ozark and Pedersen are also still wrestling into tomorrow.

Scottie Girls are sitting in 12th place out of 19 schools with 20 team points after Day 1.


Sport Broadcasts This Week

Wednesday, January 10th 2024

High School Basketball: Scobey at Nashua HAD been scheduled for Friday but has been postponed

Friday on KLTZ
High School Basketball: Poplar at Glasgow
Girls Varsity at 6 p.m. Boys Varsity at 7:30 p.m.

Saturday on KLTZ
Glasgow Ice Dawgs Hockey vs. Miles City at 1 p.m.

Saturday on KLTZ
High School Basketball: Lustre at Scobey
Girls at 4 p.m. Boys at 5:30 p.m.


406mtsports Boys Basketball Rankings

Wednesday, January 10th 2024

(Records through Jan. 6)

BOYS
Class AA

1. Bozeman (6-0)

2. Missoula Hellgate (5-1)

3. Billings West (4-2)

4. Missoula Sentinel (5-1)

5. Bozeman Gallatin (5-1)

Class A

1. Hamilton (9-0)

2. Butte Central (8-1)

3. Dillon (7-1)

4. Lockwood (6-2)

5. Havre (7-1)

Class B

1. Missoula Loyola (8-0)

2. Red Lodge (8-0)

3. Arlee (7-0)

4. St. Labre (8-0)

5. Malta (5-1)

6. Fairfield (7-1)

7. Manhattan (6-1)

8. Columbus (6-2)

9. Lodge Grass (7-1)

10. Anaconda (6-2)

Class C

1. Lustre Christian (9-0)

2. Scobey (9-0)

3. Box Elder (8-0)

4. Manhattan Christian (9-0)

5. Plentywood (9-0)

6. Winnett-Grass Range (8-1)

7. Custer-Hysham (8-0)

8. Chester-Joplin-Inverness (7-1)

9. Lincoln (7-0)

10. Drummond (6-1)


406mtsports Girls Basketball Rankings

Wednesday, January 10th 2024

GIRLS

Class AA

1. Billings Skyview (6-0)

2. Missoula Big Sky (5-1)

3. Bozeman Gallatin (5-1)

4. Billings West (5-1)

5. Helena (4-2)

Class A

1. Bigfork (8-1)

2. Havre (7-1)

3. Frenchtown (7-1)

4. Miles City (8-1)

5. Billings Central (6-1)

Class B

1. Baker (6-1)

2. Huntley Project (6-0)

3. Chinook (8-0)

4. Anaconda (8-0)

5. Jefferson (7-1)

6. Missoula Loyola (6-2)

7. Lodge Grass (6-2)

8. Shelby (6-2)

9. Shepherd (7-2)

10. Big Timber (6-2)

Class C

1. Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale (9-0)

2. Twin Bridges (7-1)

3. Circle (8-1)

4. Lustre Christian (8-1)

5. Roberts (9-1)

6. Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine (7-1)

7. White Sulphur Springs (7-0)

8. Belt (5-2)

9. Bainville (7-1)

10. Roy-Winifred (6-3)


Glasgow Ice Dawgs Go 1-2 Over The Weekend

Tuesday, January 9th 2024

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs had 3 games over the weekend and ended up 1-2 after matches with Havre and Assiniboine, Saskatchewan.

On Friday, the Ice Dawgs traveled to Havre and had an easy division win 11-0.

Saturday, the Ice Dawgs faced off against the Canadian team from Assiniboine. Glasgow ended up losing the match 7-6 after a 3 on 3 overtime occurred. Goals were scored by Brody Hansen, Bode Barnett (2), Zevin Kummerfeldt, Mason Hunter and Tatum Hansen.

Sunday, the Ice Dawgs lost 6-3 to Assiniboine with goals from Tavin Boland and Bode Barnett (2).

The Ice Dawgs will host Miles City this Friday at 8pm and Saturday at 1pm. The Saturday game will be broadcast on Kltz with Mike Pehlke calling all the action.


District 3-C Boys Conference Standings

Monday, January 8th 2024

3-C Boys
Conference Record followed by Overall Record

Lustre 4-0 9-0
Scobey4-0 9-0
North Country 2-2 3-6
Circle 2-2 4-5
Dodson 2-3 5-3
Nashua 1-3 3-5
Frazer 0-5 0-9

Last Week:
Circle 49 Jordan 37
Circle 51 Nashua 29
Lustre 83 Dodson 28
Scobey/Opheim 80 Frazer 25
Lustre 70 Circle 42
Dodson 75 Frazer 48
Harlem 74 Nashua 54
Scobey/Opheim 63 North Country 41

This Week:
Friday 01.12.2024
Frazer @ Circle
Dodson @ Box Elder
North Country @ Lustre
Scobey/Opheim @ Nashua

Saturday 01.13.2024
Circle @ Dodson
Lustre @ Scobey
Nashua @ Hinsdale


District 3-C Girls Conference Standings

Monday, January 8th 2024

District 3-C Girls
Conference Record followed by Overall Record

North Country 4-0 9-0
Circle 3-1 8-1
Lustre 3-1 8-1
Scobey/Opheim 2-2 7-2
Frazer 2-3 5-4
Dodson 1-4 3-5
Nashua 0-4 0-8

Last Week:
Circle 49 Jordan 31
Circle 65 Nashua 5
Lustre 69 Dodson 27
Scobey/Opheim 71 Frazer 23
Circle 52 Lustre 46
Frazer 71 Dodson 56
Harlem 56 Nashua 15
North Country 51 Scobey/Opheim 31

This Week:
Friday 01.12.2024
Frazer @ Circle
Dodson @ Box Elder
North Country @ Lustre
Scobey/Opheim @ Nashua

Saturday 01.13.2024
Circle @ Dodson
Lustre @ Scobey
Nashua @ Hinsdale


Griz Lose FCS Championship Game 23-3

Monday, January 8th 2024

Montana reached new heights in an incredible 2023 season, but couldn't reach the ultimate summit on Sunday against the defending champion South Dakota State Jackrabbits. The Grizzlies battled and were within a possession at the half, but big plays sparked a Jackrabbit team that won its 29th straight game to claim the FCS crown after a 23-3 victory.

In Montana's first trip to the title game since 2009, the Grizzlies just couldn't get the offense going against the top-ranked Jackrabbit defense. Montana held SDSU under its season averages by 163 yards and 15 points, but turned the ball over three times and couldn't find the end zone.

They end the season as national runner-up with a 13-2 record. It's the most wins in a single season for Montana since going 14-1 in 2009.

"I'm proud of them. It's an honor to coach them," Hauck said of his team. "What a great season for our team, and we hope to continue on and have a chance to be back here at some point."

The Grizzly defense held for most of the game, giving up just 17 first downs and forcing SDSU to go 4-of-11 on third down. They also forced two Jackrabbit turnovers, scoring on one of them, but two touchdowns within two minutes of each other in the third quarter proved the difference maker.

Braxton Hill had a game-high 12 tackles in his final game as a Grizzly, and the Anaconda native also had the team's only sack on the day. Corbin Walker had his third interception of the season to go with four tackles.

Ryder Meyer had seven tackles, and Alex Gubner had six stops.

Hill and so many others that have made a lasting impact on the program.

"It's meant everything to me. Just being a Montana kid, this is my dream school. Just you develop so many relationships along the way with these coaches and the guys you play out there with," Hill said. "It was a special senior year for sure. Yeah, just going to miss being a Montana Grizzly, and I'm excited to see what these guys do next year"

The SDSU defense that has held opponents under 10 points per game this season in a historic season was as good as advertised. They held Montana to a season-low three points with just 273 total yards. Montana couldn't get it going on the ground or in the air, averaging just 2.0 yards per rush and 7.6 yards per completion.

Quarterback Clifton McDowell completed 56 percent of his passes for 165 yards. Aaron Fontes hauled in seven catches for a team-high 76 yards. The running backs Nick Ostmo and Eli Gillman each had five catches as well.

The backs couldn't get it going on the ground, as no Griz player finished with more than 20 yards rushing.

"In terms of the game, I think that's when you look at each team with 17 first downs that's two pretty good defenses," Hauck said. "I think that in terms of evaluating how they won the game and we didn't, it's the critical things that are critical in every football game. When you have good teams on each sideline, you can't turn the ball over and you can't get behind the chains and take negative plays."

Montana reached SDSU territory on five of its 13 drives, but turned it over on downs twice to go with a fumble and a punt. The 30-yard field goal from Nico Ramos would cap the only Griz scoring drive of the day.

The Grizzlies ran 21 more plays than the Jackrabbits as both teams looked to eat up the clock with long drives. SDSU averaged nearly twice as many yards per play with an impressive 5.8 yards per rush.

The Jackrabbits used a 27-yard gain on a swing pass to get into Griz territory on the game's opening drive, and Gronowski and Jaxon Janke connected again for a third down conversion to keep the drive going. On third and short inside the red zone, Gronowski scrambled for a first down to the six-yard line.

The best red zone offense in the FCS put points on the board with a rush around the edge to take a 7-0 lead with 8:08 remaining in the first quarter.

Bergen touched the ball first for Montana and continued his stellar postseason with a 39-yard kickoff return that set the Griz up near midfield on their first drive. McDowell hit white on the edge for a seven-yard gain to move into Jacks territory.

Gillman converted a third and short for Montana as part of a highly active opening drive for him. He had a pair of catches to go with three runs. The Griz faced another third and short on the 26, and Nick Ostmo was stopped to set up fourth down.

Hauck rolled the dice early, and McDowell hit Ostmo on a bootleg pass to give Montana another first down. McDowell picked up another first down with his legs to give Montana first down from the SDSU six.

A first quarter that featured just two total drives came to an end with Montana facing another fourth down from the SDSU one-year line. They gave to Gillman, who was stopped inches short of the end zone.

The Jackrabbits quickly worked their way out of the hole with two plays for 26 yards. But when they went for the big play, Montana's defense responded with one of their own.

Gronowski threw a deep pass that Corbin Walker jumped, picking off the Walter Payton Award winner for just his fifth interception of the year. Walker returned it back near the red zone, but a penalty brought the Griz back to start their drive at the SDSU 33.

Ostmo started the drive with an eight-yard carry and Harris gave them a first down in the red zone with an 11-yard run. The drive end with a Nico Ramos field goal from 30 yards out to cut the lead 7-3 with 10 minutes left in the half.

A big play moved South Dakota State into Griz territory on the next drive, but Montana's defense stood tall and forced a punt.

The Griz started deep in their own territory and were forced to punt from their own end zone. The kick got caught in the wind and deflected off a Jackrabbit, and Erik Barker dove on top of it to give the Griz the ball back with four minutes left in the half.

A penalty set back Montana and forced the Griz into a punt, but they got the ball back with 35 seconds after an SDSU three-and-out. The half ended with a Hail Mary to the end zone that was intercepted, putting a punctuation on a defensive opening period.

It's the lowest combined points in the first half of any Montana game this season, and matches the Grizzlies lowest point total. South Dakota State outgained Montana 175-140 in a competitive half hour of football, and one that flew by in real time.

The teams combined for just four third down conversions in the opening period with each team moving the chains twice on the critical down.

The Grizzlies started the second half with the ball and moved into Jackrabbit territory on a big play to Fontes, but the receiver was taken down from behind and the ball slipped out to give it back to South Dakota State at their own 41.

The defense held, forcing a three-and-out. Another good SDSU punt forced Montana to start from its own five-yard line again and couldn't escape the shadow of their own end zone, punting back to the Jackrabbits.

South Dakota State picked up a massive third down conversion on its second drive as Gronowski escaped a near-sack and delivered a 34-yard pass to set them up in the red zone again. Gronowski scrambled for the score to make it 14-3 with 7:11 left in the third.

The Jackrabbits would get the ball back and score again to take a 20-3 lead. They would force a fumble on Montana's first offensive play of the next drive. It led to a South Dakota State field goal that increased the lead to 20-3 at the end of the third quarter.

The Grizzlies made it into Jackrabbit territory but had to go for it on fourth and long. They faced 13 yards, but got backed up further by a false start. McDowell hit Ostmo in space, and the running back used a burst of speed to convert and keep Montana in it.

They would face another fourth and long, and this time come up short to give the ball back to South Dakota State.

South Dakota State would add a late field goal for the 23-3 final score. The official attendance of the game was 19,512, the fifth-largest crowd in the Frisco era and largest since 2015.

AJ Forbes played his last game as the Montana center and will also leave Montana with a very long lasting impact.

"Yeah, this place is really special to me," Forbes said. "I get emotional talking about it because this place gave me the opportunity that I knew that I wanted, and I'm so grateful for Coach Hauck and the rest of the coaches and my teammates for letting me live out my dream. I'm forever grateful for that.

The Grizzlies hadn't made an FCS National Championship game since 2009, the last season of Hauck's first stint as head coach. This is his fourth overall appearance in the title game for Montana, and the coach has plans for many more.

"Yeah, I think we're where we should be," Hauck said. "I mentioned this in the locker room. In 2018, five seasons ago, we didn't look like we do now physically or in the ability to perform. This senior class and the guys we've added on, I mean, they won a lot of games, culminating with this appearance in the National Championship Game.

"But we've won playoff games every year since that first year. We've been in the quarterfinals," Hauck said. "Pushing our way into this game was terrific. They have an understanding that we expect to win, and I think they have passed that on to everybody in the locker room."


Three Week Scottie Activity Schedule

Monday, January 8th 2024

Tuesday Jan. 9th -- HS WR Dual @ Sidney
Friday Jan. 12th -- HS BBB/GBB vs. Poplar (C/JV/V) (Super Hero Night) 3:00 PM
Friday Jan. 12th-13th -- HS WR @ 65th Annual Cowboy Invitational in Miles City
Saturday Jan. 13th -- S/D @ Lewistown Invitational
Saturday Jan. 13th -- MS BBB @ Harlem Jamboree
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Thursday Jan. 18th -- HS BBB/GBB vs. Fairview (JV/V) (Teddy Bear Toss Night) 3:30 PM
Friday Jan. 19th -- S/D @ Divisionals in Culbertson
Friday Jan. 19th -- HS BBB/GBB vs. Harlem (C/JV/V) 3:00 PM
Friday Jan. 19th-20th -- HS WR @ Dylan Humes Memorial in Moorcroft
Saturday Jan. 20th -- MS BBB @ Poplar Jamboree
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Tuesday Jan. 23rd -- HS BBB/GBB @ Sidney (C/JV/V)
Tuesday Jan. 23rd -- HS WR Dual @ Glendive
Friday Jan. 26th -- MS BBB @ Sidney
Friday Jan. 26th -- HS BBB/GB vs. Rocky Boy (C/JV/V) 3:00 PM
Friday Jan. 26th-27th -- S/D @ State in Choteau
Saturday Jan. 27th -- MS BBB @ Scobey Jamboree
Saturday Jan. 27th -- AAU WR Tournament @ Scottie Gymnasium ALL Day
Saturday Jan. 27th -- HS BBB/GBB @ Wolf Point (C/JV/V)
Saturday Jan. 27th -- HS WR @ Malta Invitational


Scottie Basketball Schedule This Week

Monday, January 8th 2024

The Scottie Basketball Teams have just 1 game this week at home vs Poplar.

Scottie Basketball vs. Poplar this Friday Jan. 12th, It's our Annual "Super Hero Night"!

Scottie Gymnasium
Girls JV 3:00
Boys JV 4:30
Girls V 6:00
Boys V 7:30

Church Gym
Boys C 3:00
Girls C 4:30


Scottie Wrestling Schedule This Week

Monday, January 8th 2024

Scottie Wrestling this week:

Tuesday at Sidney Triangular (Duals vs. Sidney and Williston)
College Dual- Dickinson State vs. Univ. of Providence after HS Duals

Friday and Saturday at 65th Annual Cowboy Invitational in Miles City


January 6th Basketball Scoreboard

Sunday, January 7th 2024

Boys:

Fairfield 47, Manhattan 46
Fairview 53, Baker 47
Cut Bank 71, Chinook 60
Huntley Project 86, Lame Deer 67
Shepherd 36, Big Timber 33
Malta 55, Glasgow 52
Joliet 69, Park City 59
Harlem 74, Nashua 54
Plentywood 68, MonDak 22
Scobey 63, North Country 41
Lustre 70, Circle 42
Froid/Lake 40, Bainville 32
Havre 88, Miles City 57
Lewistown 47, Sidney 45

Girls:

Havre 55, Miles City 49
Sidney 45, Fergus 41
Baker 61, Fairview 30
Shepherd 44, Big Timber 41
Malta 50, Glasgow 35
Harlem 56, Nashua 15
Columbus 72, Roundup 8
Chinook 78, Cut Bank 15
Plentywood 40, MonDak 17
North Country 51, Scobey 31
Circle 52, Lustre 46
Bainville 46, Froid/Lake 31


Scottie Wrestling Recap

Sunday, January 7th 2024

Tuesday (Senior Night) Boys Dual—
Havre 42 Glasgow 33
(Girls 2-2 Mixer Match Record)

Thursday at Dickinson Mixer—
15 Wins 12 Losses Overall (Boys 11-11, Girls 4-1)

Friday & Saturday at 59th Annual Bismarck Rotary—
Team Finishes:
Scottie Boys finish in 22nd place overall out of 29 teams with 38.5 team points.
Scottie Girls finish in 25th place overall out of 31 teams with 39 team points.

Varsity Individual Place Winners:
Madison Lamb 6th Place 136 lbs.
Riley Clampitt 3rd Place 142 lbs.
Khye Gamas 4th Place at 152 lbs.
Michael King 8th Place at 172 lbs.

Junior Varsity Place Winners:
Makiya Plummer 2nd Place 107 lbs.
Joaquin Torres 3rd Place 127 lbs.
Alex Earll 3rd Place 139 lbs.
James Landles 4th Place 160 lbs.

Next Week
Tuesday at Sidney Triangular 3:00 PM. (Boys Duals vs. Williston and Sidney, plus additional Boys and Girls Mixer matches)
Dickinson State University vs. University of Providence Men’s Dual after the High School Matches!

Friday and Saturday at the 65th Annual Cowboy Invitational in Miles City


Montana Griz On The Radio Sunday For National Championship

Sunday, January 7th 2024

As the Montana Griz Football team plays for a national championship Sunday you can listen to all the action on Kltz. The pre-game will be broadcast on Mix-93 starting at 10am but kickoff at 12pm will be broadcast on Kltz.

Montana's magical – and that's really the only way to describe it – postseason run reaches its zenith this week as the new year brings a new opportunity for the Grizzlies.

Not just any opportunity, this week the 2023 Griz have the chance to etch themselves in the history books as national champions as they are in Frisco, Texas in search of the program's third FCS/1-AA title.

Ranked No. 2 in the nation after rattling off 10-straight wins, six of which were over ranked opponents, Montana (13-1, 7-1 BSC) enters the title match with a full head of steam, buoyed by a pair of epic overtime wins in in the quarterfinal and semifinal.

They'll need to all that momentum in Frisco, however, as they collide with the No. 1 seed and undefeated South Dakota State Jackrabbits (14-0, 8-0 MVFC), the defending national champions and winners of a jaw-dropping 28-straight games. That's right, they haven't lost since the 2022 season opener – a 7-3 battle royale against the Big 10's Iowa Hawkeyes.

At times, the Jackrabbits have made it look easy this season as well, pitching three shutouts and averaging nearly 40 points per game. They also eked out a win over Montana State 20-16 at home in September, the same Bobcat team the Griz trounced 37-7 in Missoula.

Common opponents aside, Montana has found a way to get it done this season, and the Griz have reached this point with a healthy dose of two of the program's calling cards: grit and toughness.

It sets up a national championship game between two of the bluest of FCS blueblood programs and a heavyweight bout that pits strength on strength in all three phases of the game.

SDSU is led by star QB Mark Gronowski who leads the nation in pass efficiency at 182.7 and is averaging an FCS-best 10.08 yards per completion. He'll have to contend, however, with Montana's pass efficiency defense which is third in the FCS at 110.25. And consider this: the last four starting QB's Montana has faced, arguably some of the best in the FCS, have completed an average of just 28 percent of their passes and none have passed for more than 200 yards.

Montana's defense has also been stellar on third down, forcing NDSU to go 3-for-13, helping lead to UM's third-ranked 3rd down D percentage which allows opponents to convert just 29 percent of their opportunities. SDSU, however, leads the nation in third down conversion percentage, moving the chains 55 percent of the time.

How 'bout the run game? The Jackrabbits are led by Isaiah Davis, the nation's top rusher with 1,491 yards on the ground this season. Well, Montana has been strong against the rush all season, allowing opponents to total just over 100 yards per game – the best rush D in the Big Sky and a top-12 total nationally.

Offensively the Griz are ultra-balanced, are veteran up front, have weapons at receiver and in the run game, and are guided by a dual-threat QB that keeps defenses honest with his arm and his legs. It's a dangerous unit that will have to contend with the best overall defense in the FCS that allows just over 250 total yards out of SDSU's opponents.

Special teams? Well, more on that later but every Griz fan knows the name Junior Bergen by now and there's a reason he leads the nation in return TDs. Counterpoint: the Jackrabbits enter the game with the third-best punt return defense in the FCS, allowing just under three yards per return.

Winning traditions, rabid fan bases, elite talent on both sidelines, the 2023 national championship features the best of FCS football, and two freight trains are set to collide at Toyota Stadium in a game that is sure to provide plenty of fireworks.

Kickoff from Frisco is set for 1 p.m. central time, noon mountain.

WATCH: The 2023 FCS Championship will be broadcast live and free of charge to millions of TV sets nationwide on ABC, with a stream available on ESPN+. The game marks Montana's first-ever appearance on national network TV.

Roy Philpott will have the play-by-play call, Roddy Jones will serve as the analyst, and Taylor McGregor will report from the sidelines at Toyota Stadium.

• A NATION CAPTIVATED BY THE GRIZ: 1,469,000 combined viewers were treated to a pair of thrilling playoff games in Washington-Grizzly Stadium on ESPN2 in December. The Grizzlies' Friday night OT win over Furman on 12/8 garnered 679,000 viewers, while the double overtime win over North Dakota State on 12/16 drew 790,000. They were, by far, the most viewed FCS games on ESPN2 during this year's playoffs. For reference, Montana's regular season game at Idaho on ESPN2 drew just 241,000 viewers.

The FCS National Championship has averaged 1.38 million viewers since 2012 on various networks, while the three previous title games shown on ABC (2022, spring 2021, and 2019) have averaged 1.55 million viewers. The largest audience ever for an FCS national championship game was in 2019 when 2.68 million viewers tuned in to watch NDSU defeat James Madison on ABC.

LISTEN: The Grizzly radio crew will be live in Frisco with the call of the national championship game, available statewide on the Grizzly Sports Radio Network and its fifteen affiliate stations around Montana. "Voice of the Griz" Riley Corcoran will cap his eighth season behind the football mic in Frisco with the play-by-play call. Longtime analyst Greg Sundberg will be in the booth, while Dan Ingram will report from the sidelines.

"Grizzly Gameday" – Montana's official pregame radio show - starts two hours before kickoff with Ace Sauerwein and Denny Bedard setting up the day's action before Corcoran and Sundberg take over 30 minutes to kickoff.

Griz fans can stream all of Montana's radio broadcasts on their mobile device live and free of charge with the Varsity Network App, powered by Learfield and Sidearm Sports.

• A radio broadcast of the title game will also be available nationwide via Westwood One. Ted Emrich will have the play-by-play while Great Falls native Ryal Leaf will serve as analyst. Taylor Davis will report from the sidelines.

The national broadcast will stream at WestwoodOneSports.com as well as on the Varsity Network app or the TuneIn app for your mobile device. You can also ask your Amazon Echo device to "Open Westwood One Sports".

A HISTORY OF EPIC SHOWDOWNS: Montana has never lost to South Dakota State with an 8-0 all-time record against the Jackrabbits, but there have been plenty of thrilling moments in the series.

The two teams played one of the greatest playoff games ever back in 2009. SDSU came to Missoula in the first round and jumped out to a 34-14 lead at halftime and 48-21 with 5:40 left in the third quarter. Grizzly Hall of Famer and NFL All-Pro Marc Mariani then sparked a comeback for the ages, running back the ensuing kickoff 98 yards en route to help the Griz score 40 unanswered points and six TDs to pull off a 61-48 win.

In 1993 Montana opened the season with a bang against South Dakota State in Missoula, with the Dave Dickenson-led Griz scoring an NCAA-record 39 points in the fourth quarter to rally for a 52-48 win.

LAST MEETING: The Griz and Jackrabbits last squared-off in 2015 in the first round of the FCS Playoffs in Missoula. The Griz built a 24-0 halftime lead and held on to win 24-17. Brady Gustafson threw a pair of TDs, one to Jamaal Jones in the first quarter and one to Ellis Henderson in the second for the bulk of Montana's points while John Nguyen led UM in rushing with 107 yards.

Dallas Goedert, now the starting tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles, caught a fourth-quarter touchdown for SDSU to make it a one-score game. The Griz were able to close out the win, however, advancing on to the second round where they faced a rematch against North Dakota State after beating them on week one.

GRIZ TRACKS

POSTSEASON PARTICULARS: Here's some Griz postseason quick hits as Montana gets set to play in the program's 8th national championship game.

• Montana is in the midst of its FCS-record 27th playoff appearance in program history. The Griz are 38-24 (.612) all-time in FCS/1-AA playoffs, 35-7 at home, 2-13 on the road, and 1-4 in neutral site games. Bobby Hauck is 17-10 in the postseason during his 12 seasons as Montana's head coach.

• Montana is the winningest FCS team of the 21st century with 231 wins since the year 2000. The Griz beat the second-winningest FCS team of the century in the semifinal, with NDSU finishing its season with 225 wins since the turn of the millennium.

• To reach the final, Montana has won 10-straight games with seven of those wins coming against ranked opponents and five against top-10 teams, including beating then-No. 3 Idaho on the road, No. 7 Sacramento State, and No. 4 Montana State to cap the regular season. Delaware was ranked No. 11, Furman No. 7, and NDSU No. 8.

• The Grizzlies dominated rival Montana State 37-7 in the "Brawl of the Wild" to win the program's 19th Big Sky Championship – the most titles of any program in the league.

ICE IN THEIR VEINS: Montana earned two-straight overtime victories in the playoffs to advance to the championship game, beating Furman 35-28 in OT, and NDSU 31-29 in 2OT.

The win over NDSU was the first 2 OT game for Montana since 2003 when the Griz lost to Western Illinois 43-40 in the first round of the FCS Playoffs. It was also the first 2OT game overall in the FCS/1-AA playoffs since 2004 (William & Mary def. Delaware 44-38). Montana has played only one other OT playoff game, beating Appalachian State 19-16 in a semifinal contest in Missoula in 2000.

HAUCK'S HISTORY: Montana head coach Bobby Hauck became the winningest coach of all time in the Big Sky Conference in 2023, now sitting at 129-35 in 12 seasons with the Grizzlies. He broke former Northern Arizona coach (and Montana assistant) Jerome Souers' record of 123 wins against Sac State, and his sideline gear and a game ball from that win are now in the College Football Hall of Fame.

He was named the Big Sky Coach of the Year for the 4th time in his career this season, the AFCA Region 5 Coach of the Year for the third time in his career, and a Finalist for the Eddie Robinson Award for the second time after winning his eighth Big Sky Championship in November.

• A SPECIAL TEAMS SPECIALIST: Hauck, who serves as head coach and special teams coordinator, has seen his units excel in the third phase this season with the Griz totaling 16 returns for touchdowns since returning to UM in 2018.

He's coached two Big Sky record holders in Bergen (who is tied for the league record with 5 career punt return scores) and Malik Flowers (who tied the NCAA record for career kickoff return scores with 7). Who did Flowers tie that record with? San Diego State's Rashaad Penny, who Hauck coached before returning to UM. He also coached one of the former school record holders for returns, Marc Mariani, who famously sparked a Grizzly comeback against SDSU with a special teams score.

ALL-AMERICANS: The Grizzlies had a pair of standouts named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America team on Dec. 28. Center AJ Forbes and cornerback Trevin Gradney were two of just 27 players to earn recognition. The team was voted on by sports information directors across the FCS.

Gradney earned the honor after leading the FCS in interceptions for much of the year with a Big Sky-best 5 picks to date.

Alex Gubner has been named to three All-America teams this season, the Associated Press and the AFCA named him a first teamer, while Stats Perform tabbed him a second teamer.

Bergen is an All-America twice over, landing on the AP and Stats second team lists. Braxton Hill also landed on a pair of teams, a third team pick by the AP and a second team pick by Stats Perform. Eli Gillman, the Jerry Rice Award winner, was named a freshman All-American by Stats Perform as well to give UM six players with All-America honors.

BERGEN BITES: Speaking of Bergen… the Billings native has been nothing short of electric on special teams during the playoffs.

After running back two punts and one kickoff for touchdowns – not to mention throwing the game-winning two-point conversion against NDSU – he now holds school record and is tied for the Big Sky record with 5 career punt returns for touchdowns with MSU's Corey Smith. He's now chasing the FCS record of 8 set by LeRoy Vann of Florida A&M.

Bergen has done a bit of everything for the Griz in his career. He's racked up 499 all-purpose yards in this year's playoffs alone and is sitting at 1,604 all-purpose yards this season, just one yard shy of a top-10 season in program history.

He's also now racked-up 3,140 career all-purpose yards and with another season of eligibility, he could enter UM's career top-10 if he passes Reynard Coleman's mark of 3,347, chasing Marc Mariani's record of 5,441 yards.

Oh, and passing… He doesn't do it very often, but when he does, he connects. Bergen is now 4-for-4 passing with 77 yards, a touchdown, and one very crucial two-point conversion in his career. That's a perfect completion percentage, and he's averaging 25.7 yards per pass.

His play has inspired Griz Nation so much that ZooMontana in Billings, the state's only zoo, has temporarily re-named one of its Grizzly bears "Junior" in honor of Bergen for his achievements in the postseason.

COOL CLIFF: Quarterback Clifton McDowell, a Texas native, earned the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year Award after going undefeated as a starter in his first season at Montana (now at 11-0). He set a record for most rushing yards by a quarterback in modern program history this year, currently with 751 total yards.

He also set another school record earlier in the season, dropping a dime from deep in Montana territory to Keelan White in stride for a 97-yard touchdown pass that helped seal the win over Sac State. It was the longest play from scrimmage in school history, with McDowell now etched in the Grizzly record book after topping Brian Ah Yat's 26-year-old record 93-yard pass to Jimmy Farris in 1997. It was also the longest play from scrimmage in the Big Sky and is the third-longest play in the FCS this season, with two other passes going for 98 yards.

MORE McNUGGETS: McDowell has been efficient with the pass this season, throwing only his third interception of the year against Furman, the fewest INTs of any starting QB in the Big Sky, and the only one with fewer than seven INTs on the year.

• He enters the title game with a 140.9 efficiency rating, completing 138 of 235 passes with just three picks. He's also the Big Sky leader in yards per pass completion at 13.49, a top-17 mark in the FCS.

• To date he's responsible for 22 Grizzly touchdowns (13 passing, 9 rushing), four away from entering Montana's top-15 all-time best seasons for a QB.

IT ALL STARTS UP FRONT: Montana's offensive line, led by senior captains AJ Forbes (C) and Chris Walker (LT) has helped pave the way for the Grizzlies to rack up 2,605 rushing yards and 32 rushing TDs the season, the third-most rushing yards per-game and the second-most rushing TDs this season in the Big Sky.

They've also put up the pass protection for an almost unbelievably balanced offensive attack, with Montana throwing for 2,755 yards to date. How balanced you ask? After 14 games, coordinator Brent Pease's rushing attack and passing attack are separated by just 150 yards in total production.

Four of Montana's regular starting five on the O-Line earned All-Conference honors at the end of the regular season. Junior RT Brandon Casey landed on the first team, Forbes the second team, while Walker and sophomore guard Journey Grimsrud earned honorable mentions.

ENDZONE ELI: Montana freshman running back Eli Gillman was named the winner of the 2023 Jerry Rice Award for the FCS Freshman of the Year in November, an award he will receive in person at the Stats Perform FCS Awards Banquet on the eve of the national championship in Frisco.

He was also the first Grizzly to ever win the Big Sky Freshman of the Year award after a breakout season with 950 yards on the ground to date, a top-15 season among all rushers in Grizzly history and the third-most for a freshman in all D-I football.

His 12 rushing TD's this season are a top-20 mark in program history, and he set a new school record at UC Davis with an 85-yard touchdown run, the longest from scrimmage in program history.

OUTSTANDING OSTMO: Senior Nick Ostmo helps give Montana a 1-2 punch in the running back room with an additional 637 rushing yards this season.

After battling injuries throughout his time as a Grizzly, he's quietly had one of the best rushing careers in Montana history, with 1,838 yards and 21 touchdowns on the ground – both top-10 marks in program history. With three touchdown catches in his career, is total of 24 total scored is a top-15 mark in school history.

DEFENSE WINS CHAMPIONSHIPS: Montana's defense has been phenomenal in the back half of the season. Led by first-year coordinator Ronnie Bradford, the Griz outscored their opponents 145-24 in the last four games of the regular season and won the last seven games by a combined 260-100. It took a semifinal opponent in North Dakota State to put up more than 28 points on UM's defense with the Bison scoring 29 – the most against the Grizzly D all year.

GUBNER'S GOT GAME: Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year Alex Gubner has now earned two first-team and three total All-America honors this season. He's also a two-time first-team all-conference pick and a two-time team defensive MVP.

Gubner is the first Grizzly D-tackle or interior lineman to ever be named the league's Defensive MVP, but he's the 14th Grizzly to win the award. In fact, only seven interior defensive linemen have ever been named Defensive MVP by the Big Sky Conference… His freshman season he was a nominee for the now-defunct Piesman Award after he picked off four passes that year.

HILL'S HITS: Led by Gubner and linebacker Braxton Hill the Grizzlies have the best rushing defense in the Big Sky, allowing teams an average of just 102.9 yards per game.

Hill is now second in the Big Sky in tackles with 116 this season and needs just three more to become the league leader while averaging 8.3 stops per game. His total of 116 tackles is a top-20 mark in the UM record book, and his career total of 219 tackles puts his at No. 39 among Montana's top-40 all-time tacklers.

WELCOME RILEY WILSON: Dallas-area native Riley Wilson has been a revelation for the Grizzly defense at linebacker this season after transferring in from Hawaii where he was a tight end. The sophomore is second in the Big Sky in TFLs this year with 14 and is fifth in the league in sacks with 8.5.

EXPERIENCE MATTERS: Montana's defense has excelled this year in part thanks to some vast experience and healthy bodies. Gubner has been UM's ultimate iron man, set to start his 53 game in 58 appearances for the Griz this week. Safety Nash Fouch has been equally consistent at safety, set to make his 57th appearance and, appropriately, 37th start in a Grizzly uniform in Frisco. TraJon Cotton has also seen a ton of action since transferring in from Oregon State, making is 33rd start and 41st appearance in Texas.

Forbes is UM's most experienced player on offense with 41 starts, but some others on the O-line are also hitting some milestones. First-team all-conference tackle Brandon Casey is likely to make his 30th start to cap his junior season, and former D-lineman Journey Grimsrud is set to make his 20th start at guard next week.

They're both expected to be back next season, along with guard Liam Brown who has 15 starts to his name. Cannon Panfiloff and Declan McCabe will also compete for starting jobs next season on the O-line with a combined 4 starts to date.

HEADS OR TAILS: That question has befuddled the Griz this season, with Montana losing nine-straight coin tosses to start the last nine games. The good news: Montana is 9-0 when losing the toss and putting the offense on the field first, and 4-1 when winning the toss and deferring to the second half.

Captain AJ Forbes did come up big for the Griz in overtime against NDSU, winning the post-game coin toss to give UM the preference of sending the Bison offense on the field first, a choice that paid off in the 2OT win.

THE MECCA OF FCS FOOTBALL: Montana calls Washington-Grizzly Stadium home and the Grizzly faithful help make it one of the best home-field advantages in college football.

The Griz are now 230-35 (.867) at home since the stadium opened in 1986 and 33-7 (.891) in home playoff games in that time. As head coach for the Griz, Hauck is now 88-11 (.889) at home and has led UM to 5 perfect seasons in Missoula.

Griz fans helped cause 5 false start penalties against NDSU in the semifinal (the second-most in any game this year), bringing UM's season total of opponent false starts to 26.

Montana sold-out all six of its regular season games in 2023 and sold out the semifinal game against NDSU – the first playoff sellout in program history. UM also sold a program record 18,761 season ticket packages in 2023. The Griz led the FCS in average and total attendance with 25,069 fans per game, more than 1/3rd of the FBS.


Lady Scotties Fall To M'ettes 50-35

Saturday, January 6th 2024

The Glasgow Lady Scotties fell to the Malta M'ettes in a 2B Conference basketball matchup in Malta on Saturday night. Malta was able to build a 9 point lead in the first quarter, and then would hold on to defeat the Lady Scotties by a score of 50-35. The M'ettes were led in scoring by 6'0" sophomore Denvyr Tuss, who led all scorers with 19 points, as she was very strong on the offensive boards for Malta. Fellow sophomore, Neva Jacobson, pitched in 12 points to aid the M'ette effort.

Glasgow was led in scoring by Mayzie Yoakam who finished the game with 14 points in the contest, while Hayden Green chipped in 13 for the Scotties. Mayzie Yoakam had 12 of her 14 points in the 4th quarter, making a strong bid for a comeback, as Glasgow cut the lead to 7 at one point (34-27) in the final quarter.

With the win, Malta improves their overall record to 3-3, and are now 2-0 in conference play. Glasgow falls to 3-5 overall, and are now 1-1 in conference play. Glasgow will host Poplar next Friday night, Jan 12th, for a conference matchup, while the M'ettes will travel to Wolf Point to face the Lady Wolves that same evening.

1Q: Malta 17, Glasgow 8

Half: Malta 26, Glasgow 15

3Q: Malta 34, Glasgow 23

Final: Malta, 50, Glasgow 35

Glasgow: Mayzie Yoakam 14, Hayden Green 13, Tanae Baker 4, Kendall Schraner 2, Gina Page 2

Malta: Denvyr Tuss 19, Neva Jacobson 12, Kelbie Nelson 7, Gina Lamb 5, Elly Anderson 3, Kendall Clausen 3, Emery Stewart 1


Scotties Fall To Mustangs By 3 In Thriller

Saturday, January 6th 2024

The Glasgow Scotties fell to the Malta Mustangs in an absolutely fantastic 2B Conferece matchup in Malta on Saturday night.

Glasgow jumped out to an 18-7 first quarter lead, on the strength of some strong inside play from Wyatt Babb and Cade Hudyma. However, Malta would counter with some great guard play from Bohdi Brenden, Treyton Wilke, and Dawson Hammond to chip away at the Glasgow lead. At the half, Glasgow still held a slim 6 point lead. The Mustangs would then go on a big run, on their way to outscoring Glasgow 19-12 in the third quarter. The fourth quarter went back and forth, and saw several lead changes. However, Malta would eventually pull away, and hold on for the 3 point victory, as Glasgow's final 3 point attempt fell short at the buzzer.

Wyatt Babb led all scores with a game high 28 points, while Cade Hudyma added 11 for the Scotties. The Mustangs were led in scoring by Bohdi Brenden, who finished the game with 18 points. Treyton Wilke added 17 for Malta, and Dawson Hammond chipped in 12.

With the victory, Malta improves their record to 5-1 (2-0 conf.) on the season. Glasgow falls to 3-5 (1-1 conf.) on the season.

Malta will travel to Wolf Point next Friday night (Jan.12), while Glasgow will host Poplar that same evening, in a pair of 2B conference games.


1Q: Glasgow 18, Malta 7
Half: Glasgow 30, Malta 24
3Q: Malta 43, Glasgow 42
Final: Malta 55, Glasgow 52

Glasgow: Wyatt Babb 28, Cade Hudyma 11, Myles Yoakam 6, Toryn Richards 4, Conner Hudyma 3

Malta: Bohdi Brenden 18, Treyton Wilke 17, Dawson Hammond 12, Duke Williamson 6


Lady Mavericks Defeat Scobey 51-31

Saturday, January 6th 2024

The North Country Lady Mavericks continued their winning ways, as they defeated the Lady Spartans of Scobey by a score of 51-31 in a 3C conference matchup in Saco on Saturday night. With the victory, the Lady Mavericks push their overall record to a perfect 9-0 on the season, while improving their conference record to 4-0. The Scobey Lady Spartans fall to 7-2 on the season, and are now 2-2, in the strong District 3C conference.

The North Country Lady Mavericks will travel to Lustre Christian next Friday night, Jan. 12th to face the Lady Lions. Lustre Christian will bring an 8-1 (3-1 conf.) into a big conference matchup for both teams.

Meanwhile, the Lady Spartans will travel to Nashua next Friday to face the Porcupines.

1Q: North Country 13, Scobey 5
Half: North Country 25, Scobey 9
3Q: North Country 39, Scobey 20
Final: North Country 51, Scobey 31


North Country Mavericks Fall To Scobey At Home 63-41

Saturday, January 6th 2024

The Scobey Spartans jumped out to a 22-8 first quarter lead, to take control of this 3C conference boys' basketball game early on in Saco on Saturday night. The Spartans would go on to lead by 16 at the half, on their way to the 63-41 victory.

North Country falls to 3-5 (2-2 conf.) on the season with the loss, while Scobey pushes their record to a perfect 9-0 (4-0 conf.) on the season.

Scobey will travel to Nashua next Friday night (Jan. 12) to take on the Porcupines in a conference matchup, while North Country will travel to Lustre Christian to face the Lions, on that same evening.

1Q: Scobey 22, North Country 8
Half: Scobey 39, North Country 13
3Q: Scobey 58, North Country 25
Final: Scobey 63, North Country 41


Scottie Basketball Schedule This Weekend

Friday, January 5th 2024

Scottie Basketball will host Glendive today in Scottie Gymnasium.

GHS—
3:00 Girls JV
4:30 Boys JV
6:00 Girls V
7:30 Boys V

Evangelical—
3:00 Boys C
4:30 Girls C

Scottie Basketball on the road at Malta this Saturday Jan. 6th .

MHS Gymnasium—
1:00 Girls JV
2:30 Boys JV
4:00 Girls C
5:30 Girls V
7:00 Boys V


Scottie Girls, Boys Fall At Home To Dawson County

Friday, January 5th 2024

The Scottie girls lost a non-conference game at home to Class A Glendive on Friday night, 44-36. Glasgow overcame a slow start to tie the game in the third quarter, but Glendive pulled away in the fourth.

Quarter scores:
Glendive 11-22-35-44
Glasgow 2-15-27-36

Glasgow top scorers: Hayden Green (13), Joely Chappell (11)

The Dawson County boys outscored Glasgow 21-9 in the fourth quarter to open up what had been a tight contest.

Quarter scores:
Glendive 19-30-42-63
Glasgow 15-25-39-48

Glasgow top scorers: Wyatt Babb (18), Cade Hudyma (15)


Day 1 Results From Bismarck Rotary Wrestling Tournament

Friday, January 5th 2024

Scottie Boys with 9 wins 10 losses on Day 1 of the prestigious Bismarck Rotary Tournament.

Khye Gamas is in the consolation semis at 152 lbs., Michael King is in the consolation quarterfinals at 170 lbs.

Yeska, T. King, Kirkland, & Kuka were all eliminated on Day 1.

Scottie Girls had 7 wins and 6 losses on Day 1. Riley Clampitt is in the consolation semifinals at 142 lbs. & Madison Lamb is in the Consolation Quarterfinals at 136 lbs.

Pedersen and Ozark were eliminated on Day 1.


GRD Men's Basketball League Scores

Friday, January 5th 2024

2023-24 Men’s Basketball League Scores
Tuesday, January 2nd, 2024

6:30PM Hi-Line Eye Care def. Neufeld Farms 68-57
High Scorers
Hi-Line Eye Care – Pat Menge – 23
Neufeld Farms – Reuben Garner – 23

7:45PM Buffalo Chasers def. Opportunity Bank 90-79
High Scorers
Buffalo Chasers – Kraven Silk – 18
Opportunity Bank – KJ Ingram – 22

9:00PM Ball Stars def. Nutrien Ag Solutions 75-71
High Scorers
Ball Stars – Juliun Benson – 29
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Zander Ackerman – 25

Thursday, January 4th, 2024
6:30PM Neufeld Farms def. Opportunity Bank 112-57
High Scorers
Neufeld Farms – Zach Brown – 25
Opportunity Bank – Trevor Klind – 15

7:45PM Nutrien Ag Solutions def. Buffalo Chasers 84-79
High Scorers
Nutrien Ag Solutions – Nate Costin – 29
Buffalo Chasers – Joseph Williamson – 29
9:00PM Ball Stars def. Dinks 103-73
High Scorers
Ball Stars – Jo Bear & Jeremiah Benson – 24 each
Dinks – Blaine Myrick – 20

League Standings
Ball Stars 9-3
Buffalo Chasers 8-3
Nutrien Ag Solutions 8-3
Neufeld Farms 7-4
Hi-Line Eye Care 6-5
Dinks 1-10
Opportunity Bank 0-11

GAMES NEXT WEEK: January 9th & 11th, 2024
Tuesday
6:30PM
Opportunity Bank vs. Nutrien Ag Solutions
7:45PM
Buffalo Chasers vs Dinks
9:00PM
Ball Stars vs. Hi-Line Eye Care
Thursday
6:30PM
Hi-Line Eye Care vs. Dinks
7:45PM
Ball Stars vs Opportunity Bank
9:00PM
Neufeld Farms vs. Nutrien Ag Solutions


Montana State University To Induct Former Scottie Wrestling Coach Into Bobcat Hall Of Fame

Thursday, January 4th 2024

Montana State University is set to induct eight former star athletes and a legendary coach/administrator into the Bobcat Athletics Hall of Fame on Jan. 19, the night before the Cat-Griz women’s and men’s basketball doubleheader in Bozeman, MSU Director of Athletics Leon Costello announced Wednesday.

Three of the legendary figures in Montana State’s football history and three track and field champions pace the Class of 2023-24.

The football inductees include Brad Daly, a defensive end from Helena who won the 2013 Buck Buchanan Award as the top defensive player in the FCS.

Also inducted will be two-time All-American tight end Butch Damberger, a Cut Bank native who won the 1976 and 1979 Big Sky Conference championships and the 1976 NCAA Division II national title as a player, then earned the 2002 Big Sky title as an assistant coach.

Former Montana State quarterback DeNarius McGhee will be inducted into the Bobcat Athletics Hall of Fame.

DeNarius McGhee, a 2012 All-American quarterback for the Bobcats, will be inducted on Jan. 19, but due to professional obligations as an offensive assistant with the Houston Texans, his acceptance will be pushed to the winter of 2024-25.

One of the track and field inductees is former MSU All-American javelin thrower Kim Berg, who won four Big Sky titles in that event and earned a 2007 Big Sky Outstanding Field Event Athlete honor.

Another inductee is ex-MSU distance runner Casey Jermyn, a Plains native who won four Big Sky track championships and captured the 2002 Big Sky Cross Country title (he currently serves as the Bozeman High School head cross country coach).

Bozeman head cross country coach Casey Jermyn, pictured in 2019 in Butte, will be inducted into the Montana State Athletics Hall of Fame.

David Phillips will be inducted after earning All-America honors in the hammer throw and claiming three Big Sky championships with the Bobcats.

Another inductee, Larry Leonard, was a key part of Montana State’s Big Sky wrestling dynasty in the 1960s. He won three consecutive Big Sky individual championships and helped three Bobcat teams earn conference championships. Leonard was a long time educator and wrestling coach in the Glasgow School District. Leonard coached the Scotties from 1971-1983.

Another member of 2023-24 HOF class, Kelly Gillum, is one of two Bobcats to earn Big Sky Conference Golfer of the Year honors. In 2009, she posted the lowest single-season stroke average in the program’s first 20 years.

Dan Davies also earned induction for his wide-ranging impact on Bobcat Athletics for nearly a half-century. He was a member of the MSU football teams that won the national championship and two Big Sky titles in the 1970s, was an assistant coach for two other league crowns and the 1984 national title and has been part of more Bobcat radio broadcasts than any other individual as an analyst since 1988. He also served as MSU's first head golf coach, building the team that won the 1995 Big Sky championship, and was an administrator in the department from 1988 to 2021.


Paige Wasson Signs To Play Basketball At Rocky Mountain College

Thursday, January 4th 2024

Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale guard Paige Wasson has signed to play college basketball at Rocky Mountain College, per a post from Rocky's women's basketball page on X on Wednesday.

Wasson, an all-state, 5-foot-11 guard last season for the Mavericks as she helped take the North Country co-op to a Class C girls basketball state championship, will add to her family's deep lineage in the Frontier Conference.

Her father, TJ, played both at Rocky and Montana State-Northern, as did mom Charlene at the latter school. Paige's sister, Kia, is also currently a sophomore guard on the Montana Tech women's basketball team.

Wasson, a Whitewater native, is leading the Mavericks with an average of 18.3 points per game thus far this season, teaming up with Montana State commit Teagan Erickson as Class C No. 1-ranked Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale is off to an 8-0 start on the year.


GRD Women's Basketball Tournament Scores

Thursday, January 4th 2024

Women’s Basketball Tournament Scores

Wednesday - January 3rd, 2024 - Championship Game 7:00PM
Chasers def. 5th Ave Pharmacy 60-36
High Scorers:
Chasers – Sierra Summers – 22
5th Ave. Pharmacy – Linda Hudyma – 16

League Final Standings:
Chasers: 7-2
5th Ave Pharmacy: 4-5
Blend 10: 4-5
Basket Brawlers: 3-6

Tournament Winners
Pictured Left to Right: Sierra Summers,
Haidyn Raining Bird, Hamyanie Campbell,
Macey Stump, Jaylee Azure,
Sasha Fourstar, Mya Fourstar,
& Jeromy Azure


Sports Broadcasts This Week

Wednesday, January 3rd 2024

Friday on KLTZ
High School Basketball: Glendive at Glasgow
Girls Varsity at 6 p.m. Boys Varsity at 7:30 p.m.

Saturday on KLTZ
Saturday Morning Sports Show at 8:10 a.m.

Saturday on KLTZ
High School Basketball: Scobey at North Country
Girls Varsity at 4 p.m. Boys Varsity at 5:30 p.m.

Saturday on Mix-93
High School Basketball: Glasgow at Malta
Girls at 5:30 p.m. Boys at 7:00 p.m.

Sunday on KLTZ/Mix-93
FCS Championship Football Game: South Dakota State vs University of Montana
10 a.m. Pregame on Mix-93
Noon Kick-off on KLTZ


Richards To Play Football At DSU

Tuesday, January 2nd 2024

Full article at 406sports.com
Glasgow all-state football player Toryn Richards has committed to play collegiately at Dickinson State (North Dakota), per a social media post from his X account Monday.

Richards, listed as a wide receiver in his commitment graphic, helped lead the Scotties to the Class B playoffs this past season after they won the Northern B conference.

The 5-foot-10, multi-tooled athlete was selected to play in the 2024 Montana East-West Shrine Game this summer following both his Class B all-state selection and being named to the all-Northern B team three times — on offense (first team athlete), defense (second team linebacker) and special teams (first team return specialist).

Toryn also plays basketball and runs track and field for the Scotties.