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Scottie Softball Team Playing At State Tourney

Monday, May 20th 2024

The Glasgow Scottie Softball team will be competing in the State Class B/C Softball Tourney this week in Billings for the first time in 7 years.

The Scotties finished in 3rd place at the Eastern B/C Divisional Softball Tournament this past weekend in Glasgow.

Glasgow will open with Manhattan in the first round of the tourney on Thursday in Billings at Steward Park.


Scottie Softball Team Finishes 3rd At Eastern B/C Divisional Tournament

Saturday, May 18th 2024

Conrad/Choteau 11 Glasgow 10 Final (Glasgow finishes 3rd)
Shepherd 13 Conrad/Choteau 4 Final Championship

The Glasgow Scotties softball team finished in 3rd place at the Eastern B/C Divisional Softball tournament held at Sullivan Park in Glasgow. The Scotties opened the tournament on Thursday by defeating Stillwater by a score of 5-2. Glasgow wound then go on to defeat Huntley Project on Friday morning by a score of 7-1, catapulting the Scotties into the undefeated semifinal where they would fall to Shepherd by a score of 13-0.

This set up a matchup with Conrad/Choteau on Saturday morning, and what a game this would turn out to be! The Scotties trailed by a score of 6-2 at one point in the contest, but would cut the score to 6-3 at the end of 3 innings, as Hillman hit a double to right and would end up scoring in the inning. The Scotties would find themselves trailing 9-7, at the end of five innings, as Macy Martin had a clutch 2 out, 2 RBI single to keep the game within reach for Glasgow.

Glasgow would then tie the game in the bottom of the sixth inning at 9-9. Conrad/Choteau would then plate 2 runs in the top of the 7th inning. Glasgow would then score one run in the bottom of the 7th, falling just short of sending the game to extra innings, with the final score ending up Conrad/Choteau 11, Glasgow 10.

Glasgow qualifies for the State Class B/C Softball Tournament in Billings, to be held May 23-25th in Billings. Conrad/Choteau moves on to face Shepherd in the Eastern B/C Divisional Championship game.


Scottie Boys And Girls Track And Field Teams Claim Northern B Divisional Track Title

Saturday, May 18th 2024

Full Results

The Glasgow Scotties Boys and Girls track teams both claimed the 1st place team trophy at the Northern B Divisional Track and Field Meet held in Glasgow on Saturday. After day one, the Scottie girls held a slim 6-point lead over Conrad 46-40. However, by the end of day 2, the Scotties would garner a total of 115 points, while Fairfield finished in 2nd place with 76, and Conrad rounded out the top three with 64 total points.

For the boys, the Scotties also held the lead after day one totaling 69 points, while Fairfield sat in second place with 36 points. Those two teams would hold their position after day two with the Scotties finishing with 134 points, while Fairfield finished with 82 points in second place. Wolf Point took home the 3rd place trophy, finishing with 56 points.

Girls' Team Scores

1. Glasgow- 115
2. Fairfield- 76
3. Conrad- 64
4. Fairview- 50.5
5. Shelby- 50
6. Chinook- 48.5
7. Malta-44
8. Choteau- 42
9. Cut Bank- 23
10. Poplar- 9
11. Harlem- 5
12. Wolf Point- 1

Boys' Team Scores

1. Glasgow- 134
2. Fairfield- 82
3. Wolf Point- 56
4. Fairview- 42
5. Choteau- 41.5
6. Chinook- 38
7. Shelby- 36
8. Cut Bank- 26
9. Harlem- 24
10. Conrad- 23
11. Malta- 14.5
12. Poplar- 10

Scottie Placers:
Girls
100m
4. Gina Page, 13.42
200m
2. Gina Page, 28.01
800m
5. Emily See, 2:29.76
6. Tanae Baker, 2:32. 49
1600m
2. Tanae Baker, 5:16.79
5. Emily See, 5:38.68
3200m
4. Emily See, 12:26.34
6. Haleigh Huntsman, 13:03.63
100m Hurdles
1. Mayzie Yoakam, 16.70
300m Hurdles
1. Mayzie Yoakam, 50.89
4. Ava Runner, 51.67
4x400m Relay
2. Glasgow (Chappell, Yoakam, See, Page)
Shot Put
3. Hannah Holinde, 35' 1.5
High Jump
2. Eve Stone, 4' 10
4. Kimber Dulaney, 4' 8
Pole Vault
3. Mayzie Yoakam, 10'
5. Eve Stone, 9' 6
Long Jump
2. Joely Chappell, 15' 6.5
Triple Jump
1. Mayzie Yoakam, 33' 2.75
4. Joely Chappell, 31' 11.75
5. Eve Stone, 30' 10.5
6. Ava Runner, 30' 6

Boys
100m
1. Khye Gamas, 11.47
200m
1. Khye Gamas, 23.62
5. Kyler Whitman 24.15
400m
2. Khye Gamas, 53.37
800m
2. Kyler Holinde, 2:02.67
4. Tavin Boland, 2:05.54
1600m
2. Kyler Holinde, 4:39.59
110m Hurdles
2. Khye Gamas, 16.81
6. Adam Mickelson,17.26
300m Hurdles
1. Khye Gamas, 42.83
3. Adam Mickelson, 44.08
4x100m Relay 4th
Shot Put
3. Cade Hudyma, 45' .5
6. Connor Hudyma, 44' 2
Discus
1. Wyatt Babb, 144' 6
3. Vaughn Miller, 142'
4. Connor Hudyma, 140' 4
Javelin
2. Vaughn Miller, 160' 4
Pole Vault
1. Nick Solorzano, 13' 1
2. Adam Mickelson, 12' 6
Long Jump
6. Liam Chapman, 17' 9.5
Triple Jump
6. Tavin Boland, 37' .5



Results From Eastern B/C Divisional Softball Tourney

Friday, May 17th 2024

Thursday
Shepherd: Bye
Conrad/Choteau 10, Cut Bank 0
Huntley Project 27, Shelby 8
Glasgow 5, Stillwater 2

Friday
Stillwater 18 Shelby 0
Huntley Project 12 Cut Bank 3
Conrad/Choteau 14 Stillwater 4
Conrad/Choteau 5 Huntley Project 4 loser 4th Place
Shepherd 13 Glasgow 0 undefeated Semifinal

Glasgow qualifies for state and will next play the 3rd place game Saturday morning at 10 a.m. vs. the winner of Conrad/Choteau and Huntley Project. The winner of that 10 a.m. game will play in the championship at noon Saturday.


Day One Results From Northern B Divisional Track & Field Meet In Glasgow

Friday, May 17th 2024

Girls Team Scores
Place School Points
1 Glasgow GLAS 46
2 Conrad CONR 40
3 Fairfield FAIR 30
4 Fairview FCS 23
5 Shelby SHEL 21
5 Malta MALT 21
7 Chinook CHIN 16
8 Choteau CHOT 12
9 Cut Bank CUBA 5
10 Harlem HARL 2
11 Wolf Point WOPO 1
Total 217.00

Male Team Scores
Place School Points
1 Glasgow GLAS 69
2 Fairfield FAIR 36
3 Wolf Point WOPO 28
4 Conrad CONR 22
5 Cut Bank CUBA 18
6 Fairview FCS 15
7 Harlem HARL 14
7 Shelby SHEL 14
9 Malta MALT 12
9 Choteau CHOT 12
11 Chinook CHIN 8
Total 248.00


Lustre Boys, Scobey Girls Win Eastern C Divisional Track And Field Meet

Friday, May 17th 2024

The Lustre Christian Boys and the Scobey Spartan Girls won the Eastern C Divisional Track and Field Meet in Wolf Point on Thursday.

Boys:
Lustre 97
Plentywood 81
Scobey 80

Girls:
Scobey 118
Savage 84.5
Saco 83

Full individual results:

https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/544874/results


Northern B Divisional Day One Individual Track & Field Results

Friday, May 17th 2024

(Top 6 place and move on to state)
Girls 400 Meter Dash
===================================================================
Northern B: 56.71 2002 Loni Perkins, Conrad
Name Year School Finals H#
===================================================================
Finals
1 Evans, Taylor 12 Conrad 1:01.55 2
2 Neibauer, Hallie 12 Chinook 1:03.29 2
3 Torgerson, Regan 9 Shelby 1:03.85 2
4 Riedel, Averi 9 Fairview 1:03.94 2
5 Hopes, Kallee 12 Fairview 1:04.32 2
6 Hodgskiss, Natalie 9 Choteau 1:05.00 2
7 Davis, Dakota 11 Fairfield 1:05.65 2
8 Page, Gina 9 Glasgow 1:06.17 2
9 Birkeland, Sigrid 10 Choteau 1:07.53 1
10 Ulrich, Addison 12 Malta 1:08.78 1
11 Smith, Adalynn 8 Wolf Point 1:09.73 1
12 Labrie, Karlie 10 Malta 1:12.45 1

Girls 1600 Meter Run
================================================================
Northern B: 5:16.08 2003 Lyndi Neville, Malta
Name Year School Finals
================================================================
1 Hodgskiss, Natalie 9 Choteau 5:16.78
2 Baker, Tanae 11 Glasgow 5:16.79
3 Stewart, Aeris 9 Shelby 5:34.80
4 Wahl, Stella 8 Cut Bank 5:36.70
5 See, Emily 12 Glasgow 5:38.68
6 Mohr, Theresia 12 Choteau 5:39.42
7 Lowe, Neva 10 Chinook 5:39.62
8 Seymour, Alexus 11 Chinook 5:51.68
9 Colgan, Kacie 10 Poplar 5:54.62
10 Huntsman, Haleigh 9 Glasgow 6:11.12
11 Bilger, Kheyerah 11 Glasgow 6:13.70
12 Anderson, Brookyln 12 Fairview 6:30.70

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles
===================================================================
Northern B: 14.68 2000 Mariah Guilfoyle, Malta
Name Year School Finals H#
===================================================================
1 Yoakam, Mayzie 9 Glasgow 16.70 2
2 Richman, Addison 10 Shelby 17.40 2
3 Jacobson, Neva 10 Malta 17.54 2
4 Becker, Guerna 12 Fairfield 17.69 2
5 Johnson, Kaitlyn 12 Harlem 17.95 2
6 Wahl, Stella 8 Cut Bank 18.25 2
7 Labrie, Karlie 10 Malta 18.29 2
8 Krings, Ava 10 Conrad 18.72 2
9 Runner, Ava 9 Glasgow 18.79 2
10 Poulton, Paige 11 Cut Bank 18.81 1
11 Brown, Ashlyn 11 Cut Bank 18.92 2
12 Labrie, Kenzie 10 Malta 19.89 1

Girls Pole Vault
================================================================
Northern B: 10-09 1999 Carrisa Tade, Glasgow
Name Year School Finals
================================================================
1 Erickson, Breauna 12 Conrad J11-00.00 new record
2 Kloker, Kambre 11 Fairview J10-00.00
3 Yoakam, Mayzie 9 Glasgow J10-00.00
4 Krings, Ava 10 Conrad J9-06.00
5 Stone, Eve 12 Glasgow J9-06.00
6 Mears, Carly 9 Malta J8-00.00
7 Ereaux, Emma 9 Malta J7-06.00
7 Chrisman, Vikki 10 Conrad J7-06.00
9 Birkeland, Sigrid 10 Choteau J7-06.00
10 Samson, Natalia 10 Choteau J7-00.00
11 Tryan, Ellie 10 Glasgow J7-00.00
12 Munson, Ellie 9 Shelby J7-00.00

Girls Long Jump
================================================================
Northern B: 17-03 2003 Amber Aikens, Cut Bank
Name Year School Finals
================================================================
1 Harrell, Natalie 10 Fairfield J16-02.75
2 Chappell, Joely 10 Glasgow J15-06.50
3 Allen, Kenzie 11 Fairfield J15-06.50
4 Evans, Taylor 12 Conrad J15-05.00
5 Erickson, Breauna 12 Conrad J14-11.25
6 Smith, Adalynn 8 Wolf Point J14-07.50
7 Kloker, Kambre 11 Fairview J14-07.00
8 Stone, Eve 12 Glasgow J14-04.00
9 Luse, Jaycee 10 Cut Bank J13-08.00
10 Jacobson, Neva 10 Malta J13-07.00
11 Ereaux, Emma 9 Malta J13-05.75

Girls Shot Put
================================================================
Northern B: 42-04 2003 Teddi Anderson, Wolf Point
Name Year School Finals
================================================================
1 Lamb, Giona 12 Malta 38-03.50
2 Schoen, Hannah 11 Chinook 36-02.75
3 Holinde, Hannah 9 Glasgow 35-01.50
4 Tuss, Denvyr 10 Malta 34-03.00
5 Hopes, Kallee 12 Fairview 33-11.00
6 Heaton, Eleanor 9 Shelby 33-10.25
7 Erickson, Kessee 12 Poplar 33-01.75
8 Heiberg, Lily 12 Choteau 31-09.50
9 Clary, Hadley 9 Shelby 31-03.25
10 Mathison, Robyn 11 Fairfield 29-05.50
11 Hanson, Ava 11 Malta 29-00.00
12 Pittman, Lucimae 9 Fairfield 28-01.00

Women 100 Meter Dash
===================================================================
Northern B: 12.36 2003 Loni Perkins, Conrad
Name Year School Finals H#
===================================================================
1 Evans, Taylor 12 Conrad 12.90 2
2 Allen, Kenzie 11 Fairfield 13.12 2
3 Riedel, Averi 9 Fairview 13.32 2
4 Page, Gina 9 Glasgow 13.42 2
5 Harrell, Natalie 10 Fairfield 13.45 2
6 Buxbaum, Carly 11 Fairview 13.47 2
7 Torgerson, Regan 9 Shelby 13.56 2
8 Krings, Ava 10 Conrad 13.61 2
9 Ulrich, Addison 12 Malta 13.64 2
10 Chappell, Joely 10 Glasgow 13.77 2
11 Richman, Addison 10 Shelby 13.90 1
12 Sanchez, Gracie 11 Harlem 14.03 1

Boys 100 Meter Dash
===================================================================
Northern B: 10.7h 1993 Ben Zaino, Conrad
Name Year School Finals H#
===================================================================
1 Gamas, Khye 10 Glasgow 11.47 2
2 Reum, Maddox 12 Wolf Point 11.53 2
3 Richman, Randon 12 Shelby 11.55 2
4 Allen, Myles 12 Fairfield 11.60 2
5 Simanton, Mason 11 Malta 11.62 2
6 Loan, Tyler 11 Fairview 11.63 2
7 Karst, Troy 10 Fairview 11.77 2
8 Vitt, Jaxon 12 Fairview 11.80 2
9 Nissen, Carson 11 Chinook 11.82 2
10 Martin, Ledger 9 Conrad 11.90 2
11 Parsons, Ty 9 Shelby 12.36 1

Boys 400 Meter Dash
===================================================================
Northern B: 49.5h 1986 Troy Estell, Fort Benton
Name Year School Finals H#
===================================================================
1 Greene, James 12 Cut Bank 53.14 2
2 Gamas, Khye 10 Glasgow 53.37 2
3 Allen, Myles 12 Fairfield 53.82 2
4 Richman, Randon 12 Shelby 54.25 2
5 Martin, Ledger 9 Conrad 54.34 2
6 Clarke, Evan 10 Shelby 55.64 1
7 Tjelde, Jeffrey 12 Fairview 55.71 2
8 Loan, Tyler 11 Fairview 56.59 2
9 Lustig, Ryan 10 Fairview 57.16 1
10 Young, Kael 10 Malta 58.42 1
11 Pomeroy, Noah 10 Chinook 58.49 2
12 Schlothauer, Brock 12 Fairview 1:00.86 1

Boys 1600 Meter Run
================================================================
Northern B: 4:24.0h 1998 Scott McGowan, Poplar
Name Year School Finals
================================================================
1 Summers, Peyton 12 Wolf Point 4:31.50
2 Holinde, Kyler 11 Glasgow 4:39.59
3 Walker, Ethan 8 Harlem 4:45.48
4 Foote, Branlin 9 Harlem 4:45.90
5 Greene, James 12 Cut Bank 4:46.82
6 Yeager, Wyatt 11 Choteau 4:47.07
7 Tweet, Ashyr 9 Fairfield 4:55.44
8 Yeager, Rusch 9 Choteau 4:59.96
9 Kelly, Isaac 10 Chinook 5:11.14
10 Hooper, Bryce 11 Fairfield 5:13.33
11 Pearson, Timothy 9 Glasgow 5:24.86
12 Knapp, Grant 9 Fairview 5:33.75
13 Red Eagle, Raylando 10 Poplar 6:00.21

Boys 110 Meter Hurdles
===================================================================
Northern B: 14.4h 1990 Pete Kowalski, Cut Bank
Name Year School Finals H#
===================================================================
1 Graham, Chris 11 Conrad 16.59 2
2 Gamas, Khye 10 Glasgow 16.81 2
3 Carper, Brodie 9 Fairfield 16.96 2
4 Allen, Saber 9 Fairfield 17.22 2
5 Rice, Curt 12 Fairview 17.25 2
6 Mickelson, Adam 11 Glasgow 17.26 2
7 King, Michael 11 Glasgow 19.09 2
8 Larson, Ryland 11 Shelby 19.54 2
9 Nordboe, Jameson 9 Chinook 19.91 2
10 Brown, Ethan 9 Cut Bank 19.93 2
11 Larsen, Gage 9 Glasgow 20.41 1
12 Martian, Alex 9 Malta 20.93 1

Boys Pole Vault
================================================================
Northern B: 14-06 1988 John Beckman, Cascade
Name Year School Finals
================================================================
1 Solorzano, Nick 11 Glasgow 13-01.00
2 Mickelson, Adam 11 Glasgow 12-06.00
3 Bechtold, Percy 12 Choteau 12-00.00
4 Guardipee, Adrian 9 Cut Bank 10-06.00
5 Gannon, Max 11 Cut Bank J10-06.00
6 Stott, Roan 12 Choteau J10-06.00
7 Graham, Chris 11 Conrad 10-00.00
7 Stiles, Trooper 10 Malta 10-00.00
9 McDermott, Kyle 12 Shelby J10-00.00
10 Clarke, Evan 10 Shelby 9-00.00
11 Young, Kael 10 Malta 8-06.00
12 Knapp, Gordon 12 Fairview 8-00.00
13 Bell, Tavian 10 Wolf Point J8-00.00


Scottie Boys 10th, Girls 11th At State B Golf Tournament

Wednesday, May 15th 2024

Girls - Lone Peak 768, Florence-Carlton 795, Three Forks 821, Shelby 836, Loyola Sacred Heart 849, Shepherd 852, Columbus 883, Anaconda 885, Fairfield 890, Malta 910, Glasgow 912, Red Lodge 933

1. Ari Judd, Three Forks, 159
2. Cate Leydig, Lone Peak, 165
3. Delaney Clark, Shelby, 176

26. (Tie) Laynee Simpson 103, 105, 208
41. (Tie) Mia Peterson 113, 104, 217
52. Allie Palm 112, 117, 229
67. Annika Smith 126, 132, 258
73. Aspen Probert 149, 143, 292

Boys - Columbus 635, Jefferson 635 (Columbus wins playoff), Huntley Project 640, Loyola Sacred Heart 665, Anaconda 674, Florence-Carlton 680, Conrad 684, Manhattan 701, Choteau 705, Glasgow 709, Red Lodge 725, Cut Bank 767

1. Leevi Bohrer, Powell County, 145
2. Landon Olson, Columbus, 149
3. Tyson Lee, Jefferson, 150

27. (Tie) Eli Feezell 81, 88, 169
29. Connor Koski 87, 83, 170
46. (Tie) Carter Hoerster 86, 96, 182
55. (Tie) Coy Nelson 98, 91, 189
60. (Tie) Hank Hopstad 97, 97, 194


Glaser Sets School Record, Qualifies For NCAA Division II Championships

Tuesday, May 14th 2024

AZUSA, Calif. – Select Black Hills State University track and field athletes competed at the Azusa Pacific Fransen Last Chance & Multis meet back in California. The strong showings for Brett Glaser continue in the state of California, breaking his own school record in the decathlon.

The meet was highlighted by Glaser (Gr., Glasgow, Mont.) who shattered his own school record in the decathlon, set also in Azusa back during the Bryan Clay Invite in April. This past weekend he became the first-ever Yellow Jacket to score 7,000+ points in the event with 7,023 points. He enters the NCAA Division II Championships week sitting No. 14 in Division II in the event, and will complete his college career at the National Championships in Emporia, Kansas.

Here is the list of those qualified:

1 605 Hunter Jones JR Pittsburg St. 7616
2 396 Cale Kassen SO Lee (Tenn.) 7406
3 161 Trey Miller SR Central Missouri 7343
4 362 Kelmen deCarvalho SO Harding 7312
5 120 Stefan Jungmichel SR Biola 7279
6 115 Lincoln Krog JR Azusa Pacific 7259
7 411 Jacob Wadsworth SR Lenoir-Rhyne 7215
8 769 Romet Vahter FR West Texas A&M 7193
9 73 Mark Burdin SO Angelo State 7135
10 222 Dawson Heide SR Colorado Mesa 7125
11 759 Gerard Bryant SR West Texas A&M 7082
12 706 Thorben Hast SR UC-Colo. Spgs. 7073
13 629 Ryan Brenner SO Saginaw Valley 7058
14 122 Brett Glaser SR Black Hills St. 7023
15 482 Otto Knittel JR Missouri S&T 6921



Scottie Boys 8th, Girls 11th After Day 1 At State Golf

Tuesday, May 14th 2024

Girls
Lone Peak 391, Florence-Carlton 407, Shepherd 415, Shelby 422, Three Forks 424, Loyola Sacred Heart 433, Fairfield 348, Columbus 439, Anaconda 448, Malta 453, Glasgow 454

23. (Tie) Laynee Simpson, 103
42. (Tie) Allie Palm, 112
44. (Tie) Mia Peterson, 113
65. (Tie) Annika Smith, 126
73. Aspen Probert, 149

Boys
Jefferson 319, Columbus 322, Huntley Project 324, Loyola Sacred Heart 333, Anaconda 339, Florence-Carlton 344, Conrad 349, Glasgow 351, Red Lodge 351, Choteau 355

13. (Tie) Eli Feezell, 81
30. Carer Hoerster, 86
31. (Tie) Connor Koski, 87
60. Hank Hopstad, 97
61. (Tie) Coy Nelson, 98


Scottie Boys And Girls Win District 2-B Track And Field Championships

Sunday, May 12th 2024

Scottie Girls won the District 2B Track & Field Championships for the 22nd time in School History!
7 in a row for our Scottie Girls & the 17th District 2B title in the last 18 years.
Scoring 219 team points to clear the field by 113 points.

Glasgow 219
Fairview 116
Malta 107

Scottie Boys won the District 2B Track & Field Championships for the 18th time in School History! It’s a 3-peat for our Scottie Boys and the 10th District 2B title in the last 11 years.
Scoring 212 team points to clear the field by 96 points.

Glasgow 212
Fairview 116
Wolf Point 67

Full results available here:
https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/547401/results

District 2B Individual Champions for the Scotties:

Khye Gamas— 200M, 110M Hurdles, & 300M Hurdles
Wyatt Babb— Discus
Vaughn Miller— Javelin
Nick Solorzano— Pole Vault
Tanae Baker— 800M, 1600M, & 3200M
Mayzie Yoakam— 100M Hurdles, 300M Hurdles, & Triple Jump
Eve Stone— High Jump
Joely Chappell— Long Jump
Girls 4x400 M Relay (Yoakam, Bilger, Chappell, Page)


District 3-C Track And Field Results

Sunday, May 12th 2024

The Scobey girls and the Lustre Christian boys won the District 3-C Track and Field Championships on Saturday in Wolf Point.

Girls Team Results:

Scobey 122.5
Saco 118
Whitewater 83

Boys Team Results:

Lustre Christian 163
Scobey 106
Nashua 70

Full Individual Results:

https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/552969/results


Scottie Softball Team Ends Regular Season

Sunday, May 12th 2024

The Glasgow Scottie Softball team traveled to Cut Bank to play in the Class B/C Challenge Friday and Saturday.

Glasgow results:

Conrad/Choteau 15, Glasgow 2
Glasgow 16, Troy 1
Glasgow 12, Mission-Arlee-Charlo 6
Glasgow 4, Eureka 4 (tie)

Glasgow ends the regular season at 10-11-1 overall and will host the Eastern B/C Divisional Tourney starting Thursday at Sullivan Park.


MSU Bobcats “Eastern Swing” Is Wednesday

Saturday, May 11th 2024

The MSU Bobcats “Eastern Swing” is going to be in Glasgow Wed. May 15th at the Cottonwood Inn at 12noon with Bobcats & Brisket.

Brent Vigen – Football Head Coach, Matt Logie – Men’s Basketball Head Coach, Tricia Binford – Women’s Basketball Head Coach, Brittany Basye – Women’s Golf Head Coach & Matt Houk – Women’s Volleyball Head Coach will all be in attendance.

All are invited; proceeds go to the Bobcats School Fund.


Tee Ball Registration Open

Saturday, May 11th 2024

The Glasgow Recreation Department is once again sponsoring Youth T-Ball at Sullivan Park. T-Ball is for kids ages 4-7 & early registration before May 13th is $25. Registration fee after May 13th is $35.

Games will be played Monday evenings at 6p.m. & 7p.m. at Sullivan Park. T-Ball starts on June 3rd & ends June 24th.

For more information contact the GRD, 406-228-8341.


Softball Wins Two On Day 1 Of East/West Challenge

Friday, May 10th 2024

Day 1 of the East/West Class B/C Challenge in Cut Bank:

Conrad/Choteau 15 Glasgow 2 Final.

Glasgow 16 Troy 1 Final in 4 innings.

Season record now 9-11 overall


Next-Level Athletes

Friday, May 10th 2024

Next-Level Athletes:
NSAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships - 5/9/2024 to 5/10/2024 at Dakota State University
Area Athletes Competing For Dickinson State University:

100m
5. Jewel Olson, 12.56
200m
1. Jewel Olson, 25.69
4. Kaitlyn McColly, 26.22
400m
1. Jewel Olson, 57.15
3. Kaitlyn McColly, 59.05
100m Hurdles
1. Kaitlyn McColly, 13.96
4x100m Relay 2nd, 4x400m Relay 1st, 4x800m Relay 2nd
High Jump
6. Kaitlyn McColly, 5' 1
Long Jump
2. Kaitlyn McColly, 18' 5
Shot Put
1. Taylor Laumeyer, 44' 5.25
10. Tia Dees, 37' 8.75
Discus
1. Taylor Laumeyer, 142' 6
9. Tia Dees, 118' 2
Hammer
2. Taylor Laumeyer, 163' 2
Javelin
5. Tori Nygard, 125' 3
6. Kaitlyn McColly, 121' 5
Heptathlon (Completed previously)
1. Kaitlyn McColly, 4682
Men
400m
10. Nick Page, 52.34
800m
2. Hudson Atkinson, 1:58.8
1500m
5. Hudson Atkinson, 4:05.5

MSU-Billings is competing at the GNAC Championships at Central Washington University
Hammer:
18. McColly, Mattea Msu-Billings 33.83m
Last week: Ellis McKean, University of San Francisco, ran the 3000 msteeplechase in a new p.r. of 9:09.84


Montana High School Rodeo Association Standings

Friday, May 10th 2024

Montana High School Rodeo Association

Standings

Through May 8

All Around Cowgirl: 1. Aspen Swenson, Huntley; 2. Linden Schenk, Joliet; 3. Brook Billingsley, Glasgow; 4. Ella Begger, Townsend; 5. Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber; 6. Sally Robb, Townsend.

All Around Cowboy: 1. Mitch Detton, Great Falls; 2. Teagen Arnold, Conrad; 3. AJ Swenson, Huntley; 4. Ryder Gaasch, Dillon; 5. Carlie Cornwell, Glasgow; 6. Holden Meged, Miles City.

Trap Shoot: 1. Austin Ward, Darby; 2. Emma Atkinson, Great Falls; 3. Katy Ramsey, Great Falls; 4. Preston Lee, Choteau; 5. William Barnett, Absarokee; 6. Ruby Ray, Whitefish.

Tie Down Roping: 1. Weston Hersel, Lewistown; 2. Cash Trexler, Corvallis; 3. Pacen Buller, Glendive; 5. AJ Swenson, Huntley; 5. Holden Meged, Miles City; 6. Blaise Bolich, Belgrade.

Team Roping: 1. Charlie Cornwell; 2. John Cornwell, Glasgow; 3. Tate Poppe, Fallon; 4. Ella Moedl, Worden; 5. Gentre Coulter, Baker; 6. Ty Westby, Opheim.

Steer Wrestling: 1. Ryder Gaasch, Dillon; 2. Mitch Detton, Great Falls; 3. Tatum Hansen, Glasgow; 4. Landon Burleigh, Lewistown; 5. Teagen Arnold, Conrad; 6. Gus Lee, Choteau

Saddle Bronc Riding: 1. Caiden Gray, Miles City; 2. Randon Boyce, Browning; 3. Randin Wagner, Browning; 4. Levi Noyes, Hardin; 5. Junior Calf Boss Ribs, Heart Butte; 6. Paul O'Hair, Livingston.

Rifle Shoot: 1. Sophia Wyatt, Dillon; 2. Clancy Setzer, Wisdom; 3. Katy Ramsey, Great Falls; 4. Ruby Ray, Whitefish; 5. Micah Broch, Corvallis; 6. Elly Werner, Clancy.

Pole Bending: 1. Ella Begger, Townsend; 2. Linden Schenk, Joliet; 3. Shelby Gobbs, Glendive; 4. Tess Megill, Bigfork; 5. Kylie Toavs, Shepherd; 6. Olivia Martell, Three Forks.

Goat Tying: 1. Hailey Burger, Helena; 2. Cassie Gibson, Havre; 3. Linden Schenk, Joliet; 4. Sage Henderson, Lewistown; 5. Sally Robb, Bozeman; 6. Aspen Swenson, Huntley.


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

Cowhorse: 1. Kate Wiening, Lewistown; 2. Walker Story, Martinsdale; 3. Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber; 4. Mesa Radue, Belgrade; 5. Dakota Woodring, Manhattan; 6. Ali Erickson, Hobson.

Bull Riding: 1. Tahj Wells, Browning; 2. West Schroeder, Roscoe; 3. Octavius Christianson, Columbia Falls; 4. Devyn Hundley, Darby; 5. Joe Delaney, Grass Range; 6. Bre'Zhon Spang, Busby

Breakaway Roping: 1. Ella Moedl, Worden; 2. Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow; 3. Aspen Swenson, Huntley; 4. Shalee Berg, Stanford; 5. Ella Begger, Townsend; 6. Josie Robbins, Dillon.

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

Barrel Racing: 1. Abigail Devos, Fort Shaw; 2. Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow; 3. Jocie Roen, Musselshell; 4. Kierra Hougen, Melstone; 5. Olivia Martell, Three Forks; 6. Elle Werner, Clancy.

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

Note: About 260 contestants are competing to earn points to qualify for the Farmers Union Insurance Montana High School Rodeo Finals, scheduled for June 3-8 at the Majestic Valley Arena in Kalispell.

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


Divisional Golf Ends After 9 Holes Due To Continued Heavy Rain

Tuesday, May 7th 2024

The Divisional Golf Tournament will end after just 9 holes due to the continued wet weather in Glasgow. Sunnyside Golf Course was deemed unplayable on Tuesday morning. The scores from Day #1 will be used as the final scores for the tournament.

Both the Scottie girls and boys will take complete teams to state as they each won by four strokes on Monday.
Girls: Glasgow 220, Shelby 224, Fairfield 243, Malta 249, Choteau 267
1. (tie) Brittney Sorlie, Malta and Penelope Heaton, Shelby 48
3. Allison Jensen, Fairview 50
4. Delaney Clark, Shelby 51
5. Mia Peterson, Glasgow 53
6. Emma Schenk, Fairfield 54
7. (tie) Julia Salois, Conrad and Laynee Simpson, Glasgow 55
9. (tie) Emree Stuart, Malta and Allie Palm, Annika Smith Glasgow 56

Boys: Glasgow 172, Cut Bank 176, Conrad 179, Choteau 187, Shelby 191, Poplar 196, Malta 199, Chinook 204, Fairview 205, Harlem 217
1. Kellen Meyer, Choteau 37
2. Tate Monroe, Cut Bank 40
3. (tie) Cristean Habets, Conrad, Ryan Bell Chinook 41
5. (tie) Eli Feezell, Glasgow and Kael Meyer, Choteau, Sam Lowery Cut Bank 42
8. (tie) Carter Hoerster, gg, Regan Stuard, Malta, Coy Nelson, Glasgow 43
11. (tie) Connor Koski, Glasgow, Dylan Clark, Shelby, Logan VanDyke, Conrad, Richard Schmidt, Cut Bank 44


Scottie Softball Game Canceled

Monday, May 6th 2024

The Scottie Softball games vs. Sidney scheduled for Tuesday have officially been canceled due to the rain.

With predictions for more of the same the next two days it’s highly unlikely the fields will be playable at all this week.

We will plan to hold senior night recognition during the Eastern B/C Softball tournament on May 16th.


Northern B Divisional Golf Tourney Moved To Monday Start

Monday, May 6th 2024

The Northern B Divisional Golf Tourney will be moved to Monday morning with a 9 AM shotgun start at Sunnyside due to incoming weather.

Golfers will play 9 holes for sure Monday; 18 if the weather cooperates. If it turns to heavy rain, they will play 9 holes Monday and 9 Tuesday.

Spectators are encouraged to walk the course and watch some of the best golfers in eastern and central Montana.


Divisional Golf Moved Up To Monday

Sunday, May 5th 2024

Due to the impending rain and wind, the Divisional Golf Tournament that HAD been scheduled to start on Tuesday, has been moved to Monday.

The day will begin with a shotgun start at 9:00 a.m. Monday. Athletes will play 9 holes, and then coaches will meet to discuss possibly finishing the entire tournament that afternoon.

If the course is experiencing heavy rain after 9 holes on Monday, the athletes will return Tuesday for another 9:00 a.m. shotgun to finish the remaining 9 holes.


Scottie Softball Team Defeats Class A Miles City

Sunday, May 5th 2024

Glasgow 13, Miles City 3

Glasgow's record improves to 6-10-1 overall.


Riley Clampitt 3 hits (homerun), 2 runs, 3 RBI
Tatum Nyquist 1 hit (double), 2 runs, 1 RBI
Hayden Green 1 hit (double), 2 runs, 1 RBI
Halle Hunter 1 hit, 2 runs, 1 RBI, 1 SB
Macy Martin 1 hit, 1 run, 2 RBI
CharLee McColly 1 hit, 1 run, 2 SB
Tessa Miller 1 hit, 1 run, 1 RBI, 1 SB
Berkley Hillman 1 run, 1 RBI, 1 SB
Ella Eggebrecht 1 run

Macy Martin (win) 4 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 2 K
Brynn Donaldson (save) 3 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 4 K

And, the Divisional B softball tournament bracket has been released (see photo).


Scottie Girls Second, Boys First At Gene Nelson Memorial Track Meet In Wolf Point

Saturday, May 4th 2024

Full Results
Girls: Scobey 139, Glasgow 98, Plentywood 64, Garfield County 54, Bainville 44, Poplar 29, Malta 27, Harlem 19, Circle 14, Nashua 14, Wolf Point 14, Terry 2, Lustre Christian 2
100m
2. Katey Dykstra, Nashua 14.2
3. Gina Page, 14.31
200m
4. Gina Page, 28.95
400m
3. Joely Chappell, 1:08.01
800m
2. Tanae Baker, 2:34.87
6. Riley Evenson-Glasoe, 2:51.48
1600m
4. Kimber Dulaney, 6:21.23
3200m
2. Emily See, 12:53
4. Haleigh Huntsman, 13:18.29
5. Kheyerah Bilger, 13:43.75
100m Hurdles
3. Ava Runner, 19.49
6. Mayzie Yoakam, 20.52
300m Hurdles
5. Lauryn Holzrichter, Lustre Christian, 54.52
Shot Put
2. Hannah Holinde, 33' 6
Discus
2. Hannah Holinde, 98'
High Jump,
2. Eve Stone, 4' 10
3. Katey Dykstra, Nashua 4' 6
6. Kimber Dulaney, 4' 4
Pole Vault
1. Eve Stone, 9' 6
2. Mayzie Yoakam, 9' 6
Triple Jump
4. Eve Stone, 30' 6
6. Ava Runner, 29' 4.5

Boys: Glasgow 91.5, Plentywood 71, Lustre Christian 59, Scobey 56, Malta 51, Wolf Point 46.5, Circle 44, Bainville 23, Trinity Christian 21, Poplar 19, Harlem 15, Garfield County 14.5, Frazer 4, Trenton 4, Nashua 3.5

100m
1. Terran Joseph, Lustre Christian, 12.01
3. Khye Ghamas, 12.17
5. Kyler Whitman, 12.40
200m
1. Terran Joseph, Lustre Christian, 23.90
400m
1. Terran Joseph, Lustre Christian, 53.78
4. Byron Ewing, Lustre Christian, 56.29
800m
4. Prestyn Klatt, Lustre Christian, 2:18.38
1600m
2. Kyler Holinde, 4:44.46
4. Prestyn Klatt, Lustre Christian, 5:08.81
3200m
5. Charlie Kaasa, Nashua 11:49.69
110m Hurdles
4. Adam Mickelson, 19.88
300m Hurdles
2. Noah Runner, 48.67
3. Cameron Reddig, Lustre Christian, 48.77
4x100m Relay
2. Lustre Christian, 46.35
3. Glasgow (Gamas, Solorzano, Whitman, Richards)
Shot Put
3. Connor Hudyma, 41' 8.5
4. Vaughn Miller, 41' 6
5. Cade Hudyma, 40' 4
Discus
1. Connor Hudyma, 132
2. Vaughn Miller, 129' 7
5. Cade Hudyma, 122' 4
6. Grady Nielsen, 120' 4
Javelin
6. Nick Solorzano, 130' 8
High Jump
4. Ty Fourstar, Frazer, 5' 6
6. (tie) Jackson Abern, Nashua 5' 2
6. (tie) Kyler Whitman, 5' 2
Pole Vault
1. Adam Mickelson, 11'
2. Nick Solorzano, 11'
Long Jump
4. Tavin Boland, 19' 4
5. Terran Joseph, Lustre Christian, 19' .5
6. Brian Guedes, Lustre Christian 18' 8.5
Triple Jump
5. Tavin Boland, 35' 8.5


Scottie Softball Falls To Havre

Friday, May 3rd 2024

The Scottie softball team hosted Havre on Thursday, but fell to the Blue Ponies 10-0. The Scotties overall season record is now 5-10-1.

Glasgow will travel to Miles City on Saturday and return home for senior night vs. Sidney on Tuesday, May 7th, weather permitting.


Golf: Scottie Girls First, Boys Second At Poplar Invitational

Thursday, May 2nd 2024

Girls: Glasgow 433
Mia Peterson 1st (99), Laynee Simpson 3rd (102), Allie Palm 7th (108), Amelia Gilchrist 10th (124)

Boys: Scobey 357, Glasgow 367, Malta 367, Poplar 84, Harlem 89
Eli Feezell 2nd (86), Hank Hopstad 7th (90), Carter Hoerster 16th (tie - 95), Connor Koski 18th 96


2024 Women’s Volleyball League Scores

Thursday, May 2nd 2024

Wednesday May 1st, 2024
6:00PM Court 1 Hi-Line Ford def. Ezzie’s via forfeit
6:00PM Court 2 Arch’s Tire def. Taylor Storage
7:00PM Court 1 El Cor Del def. Hi-Line Ford
7:00PM Court 2 Taylor Storage def. Ezzie’s via forfeit
8:00PM Court 1 El Cor Del def. Arch’s Tire

League Standings
El Cor Del 8-2
Ezzie’s 7-3
Arch’s Tire 4-6
Hi-Line Ford 3-7
Taylor Storage 3-7

Next Week’s Schedule – Wednesday May 8th, 2024
6:00PM Court 1 Arch’s Tire vs. Ezzie’s
6:00PM Court 2 Taylor Storage vs. Hi-Line Ford
7:00PM Court 1 Taylor Storage vs. El Cor Del
7:00PM Court 2 Arch’s Tire vs. Hi-Line Ford
8:00PM Court 1 El Cor Del vs. Ezzie’s


Laumeyer Named North Star Athletic Association Women’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Week

Wednesday, May 1st 2024

Taylor Laumeyer – Dickinson State (N.D.) – Junior – Nashua, Mont. – Laumeyer produced two NAIA ‘B’ provisional qualifying marks in the NCAA Division II University of Mary (N.D.) Classic. She captured the discus title with a mark of 43.86 meters (143 feet, 11 inches). Laumeyer also earned the runner-up honor in the hammer throw title with 49.80 meters mark (163 feet, 5 inches).


Golf: Scottie Girls 6th, Boys 7th In Class B Team Challenge

Tuesday, April 30th 2024

Scottie Girls finished in 6th Place out of 9 schools. Laynee Simpson led the way in 9th place individually, shooting a 102.
Team Scores (over par) Shelby +108, Three Forks +130, Anaconda +150, Malta +150, Jefferson County +153, Glasgow +154
Individual Scores (over par) Layne Simpson +30, Mia Peterson +33, Allie Palm +45, Aspen Probert +46, Annika Smith +47

The Scottie Boys finished in 7th Place out of 10 schools at Monday’s “Class B Team Challenge” in Shelby. The meet featured the top teams in the classification; Eli Feezell led the way in 17th place individually, shooting at 87.
Team Scores (over par) Jefferson County +37, Anaconda +41, Loyola +46, Three Forks +55, Lincoln County +67, Malta +67, Glasgow +72
Individual Scores (over par) Eli Feezell #15, Connor Koski +16, Carter Hoerster +18, Hank Hopstad +23, Coy Nelson +27


42nd Annual Norm Girard Top Ten Track Meet Results

Monday, April 29th 2024

Full Results

Scottie Top 4 Placers:
GIRLS
800m
3. Kimber Dulaney, 2:34.27
1600m
4. Emily See, 5:39.46
3200m
1. Tanae Baker, 11:29.43
Pole Vault
3. Eve Stone, 9' 6

BOYS
200m
3. Khye Gamas, 23.59
400m
1. Khye Gamas, 51.93
800m
1. Kyler Holinde, 2:02.62
110m Hurdles
4. Adam Mickelson, 17.59
Boys 4x100m Relay
2. 45.48 (Gamas, Solorzano, Whitman, Babb)
Boys 4x400m Relay
2. 3:33:53 (Whitman, Boland, Holinde, Gamas)
Discus
1. Wyatt Babb, 148' 6
2. Vaughn Miller, 144' 1
4. Connor Hudyma, 141' 2
Javelin
1. Vaughn Miller, 169' 6
Pole Vault
4. Nick Solorzano, 11'6

Glasgow had two more individual auto qualifiers for the State B Meet:
Khye Gamas in the 400m, in 51.03 and Hannah Holinde in the Shot Put with her toss of 34’ 11.75”
The Scottie Boys 1600m Relay also Auto-Qualified for the State B Meet this evening with a time of 3:33.53

Finally, Tanae Baker's time in the 3200m tonight moved her up to second all-time on the Scottie record board. Her 11:29.43 is less than 6 seconds behind Vonnie (Oliver) Pattison's 1980 time of 11:23.6. And, Tanae only missed the Top Ten record by 11 seconds.


Scottie Golfers Compete In Malta

Sunday, April 28th 2024

The Scottie Boys won the team title at the Malta Invitational while the Scottie Girls finished in 2nd place on Saturday.

The Scottie Girls finished just 6 strokes behind Malta in the team race. Individually, Laynee Simpson finished in 3rd place with a 107 while Mia Peterson had a 110, Allie Palm a 118 and Aspen Probert had a 126. All four of the Scotties girls included in team scoring finished in the top 10.

The Scottie Boys finished in first place, 20 strokes ahead of 2nd place Malta. Eli Feezell, Hank Hopstad and Coy Nelson all shot a 88 tied for 2nd place. Carter Hoerster shot a 97 while Connor Koski had a 102.


Area Athlete College Sports Weekend Recap

Sunday, April 28th 2024

#NextLevelScottie Iris McKean, running for the Lady Griz in Missoula, At the Montana Open set a new PR in the steeplechase at the Montana Open, finishing second with a time of 11:57.44
This past Saturday, she finished fifth in 12:05.83 at the Bengal Invitational in Pocatello, Idaho.
The Grizzlies now return home for the Tom Gage Classic on May 4. The meet will conclude the regular season for Montana before they head to Bozeman on May 8-11 for the Big Sky Outdoor Championships.

#NextLevelScottie Ellis McKean, competing for the University of San Francisco Dons, also ran the steeplechase last weekend, at the Payton Jordan Invitational in Stanford, California. He finished 7th in the race, in 9:14.81, just a couple tenths of a second off his personal best.
The team is set to compete in the Oxy Invite at Occidental, California on May 4th.

At MSU-Billings, Hinsdale’s Mattea McColly was 16th in discus (116’ 3), and 26th in hammer (126’ 6) at the Bengal Invitational in Pocatello, Idaho.


Scotties Participating In Top Ten

Sunday, April 28th 2024

Gina Page, 100m, 200m
Mayzie Yoakam, 100m Hurdles, Pole Vault, Triple Jump
Kimber Dulaney, 800m
Joely Chappell, 800m
Riley Evenson-Glasoe, 800m
Emily See, 1600m
Tanae Baker, 3200m
Haleigh Huntsman, 3200m
Kheyerah Bilger, 3200m
Eve Stone, Pole Vault
Hannah Holinde, Shot Put
Girls 4x400m Relay: Chappell, Yoakam, See, Page

Khye Gamas, 200m, 400m
Kyler Holinde, 800m
Tavin Boland, 800m
Michael King, 110m Hurdles
Adam Mickelson, 110m Hurdles, 300m Hurdles, Pole Vault
Nick Solorzano, Pole Vault
Vaughn Miller, Discus & Javelin
Wyatt Babb, Discus
Connor Hudyma, Discus
Boys 4x100m Relay: Gamas, Solorzano, Whitman, Babb
Boys 4x40m Relay: Whitman, Boland, Holinde, Gamas


Top Ten Meet Rescheduled To Monday, April 29th Due To Impending Weather System

Saturday, April 27th 2024

The 42nd Annual Norm Girard Top Ten Meet that HAD been scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th has been moved up a day to Monday, April 29th. due to rain and especially extremely windy conditions forecast for Tuesday afternoon and evening.

Full Schedule

42nd Annual Norm Girard Top Ten Meet
Monday, April 29th

SCHEDULE
3:30 National Anthem
FIELD EVENTS

3:00 Pole Vault – Girls
Long Jump – Boys
Discus – Girls
Shot Put – Boys
4:00 Long Jump – Girls
Pole Vault – Boys
High Jump – Boys
Javelin – Girls
5:00 Triple Jump – Boys
Shot Put – Girls
High Jump – Girls
Discus – Boys
6:00 Triple Jump – Girls
Javelin – Boys

RUNNING EVENTS
Girls first
4:15 100m Hurdles
4:25 110m Hurdles
4:35 400m Run
4:50 100m Run
5:05 1600m Run
5:25 400m Relay
5:40 800m Run
5:55 200m Run
6:10 300m Hurdles
6:30 3200m Run
7:00 1600m Relay

Admission Price: Adults $8, Students $6


Scottie Girls 3rd, Boys 2nd At Glasgow Invitational Golf Meet

Saturday, April 27th 2024

Girls: Malta 440, Fairfield 444, Glasgow 449
1. Allison Jensen, Fairview 91
2. Julia Salois, Conrad 98
2. Mia Peterson, Glasgow 98
4. Brittney Sortie, Malta 99
5. Emma Schenk, Fairfield 100
6. Emree Stuart, Malta 102
7. Brynn Kolste, Fairfield 104
8. Grace Mcpherson, Fairview 106
9. Kylie Bishop, Malta 107
10. Allie Palm, Glasgow 109

Boys: Conrad 348, Glasgow 355, Poplar 370, Cut Bank 372, Malta 375
1. Tate Monroe, Cut Bank 80
2. Christian Habets, Conrad 83
2. Reece Taylor, Conrad 83
2. Ryan Bell, Chinook 83
5. Eli Feezell, Glasgow 87
5. Connor Koski, Glasgow 87
7. Rogan Stuart, Malta 88
7. Logan VanDyke, Conrad 88
9. Hank Hopstad, Glasgow 89
9. Lukas Young, Poplar 89


Track And Field: Scottie Girls 6th, Boys 4th In Glendive

Saturday, April 27th 2024

Full Results

Girls: Hardin 93, Custer County 63, Savage 62, Scobey 48, Dawson County 48, Glasgow 37
Boys: Dawson County 96, Hardin 73, Sidney 67, Glasgow 56, Lustre Christian 38, Lockwood 36, Scobey 36

GIRLS
200m
5. Gina Page 27.78
1600m
2. Tanae Baker 5:30.77
5. Emily See 5:48.75
3200m
3. Kheyerah Bilger 13:56.84
100m Hurdles
4. Mayzie Yoakam 16.86
High Jump
6. Eve Stone 4'8
Pole Vault
2. Mayzie Yoakam 10'
3. Eve Stone 10'
BOYS
1600m
2. Kyler Holinde, 4:42.11
110m Hurdles
3. Khye Gamas, 17.01
5. Adam Mickelson 17.43
300m Hurdles
2. Khye Gamas, 42.71
5. Adam Mickelson 44.489
4x100m Relay
4. 46.01
4x400m Relay
4 3:40.3
Discus
2. Wyatt Babb 141'
3. Vaughn Miller 140' 5
6. Connor Hudyma 133' 5
Pole Vault
4. Adam Mickelson 11' 6
6. Nick Solorzan0 11'


100m
2. Terran Joseph, Lustre Christian 11.25
200m
3. Terran Joseph, Lustre Christian 22.90
3200m
5. Prestyn Klatt 11:17.7
110m Hurdles
4. Johnslee Pierre 17.17
300m Hurdles
1. Johnslee Pierre 42.24
Long Jump
3. Johnslee Pierre 20' 7.5


Scottie Softball At Huntley Project/Shepherd Invitational

Saturday, April 27th 2024

Friday:
Conrad/Choteau 8, Glasgow 6
Huntley Project 18, Glasgow 3 (4 innings)

Saturday:
Cut Bank 16, Glasgow 12
Shepherd 16, Glasgow 5


Whitewater Invitational Track Meet Results

Saturday, April 27th 2024

Scotties Come From Behind To Defeat Glendive In Softball Action Monday

Tuesday, April 23rd 2024

Down 4 going into the bottom of the 7th, the Scottie girls pushed 5 runs across for a come-from-behind 10-9 win in the home opener. Halle Hunter hit a bases loaded double to drive in the tying and winning runs.

Glendive 9R 11H 4E
Glasgow 10R 15H 11E

CharLee McColly 3 hits, 3 runs, 2 RBI, 1 SB
Riley Clampitt 3 hits, 1 run, 1 RBI
Berkley Hillman 3 hits, 1 run
Halle Hunter 2 hits (both doubles), 1 run, 3 RBI
Macy Martin 2 hits, 1 run, 1 RBI, 1 SB
Tessa Miller 1 hit, 1 run, 1 RBI, 1 SB
Hayden Green 1 hit, 2 RBI
Tatum Nyquist 1 run
Kelbi Wersal 1 run

Macy Martin 5 2/3 IP, 1 ER, 4 K
Brylie Boreson got the pitching win with 1 1/3 inning in relief, 0 ER, 2 K
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Season leaders after 11 games.....
Batting Avg - Halle Hunter (.500), Green (.433), Eggebrecht (.412)
On-base % - Hunter (.500), Green (.432), Clampitt, Hillman (.389)
Hits - Green (16), Clampitt, Hillman (14 each), Martin (13)
Doubles - Miller (7), Nyquist (5), Hunter (4)
Triples - Eggebrecht (1)
HRs - Hillman, Green, Clampitt (1 each)
RBIs - Green (18), Nyquist (13), Miller (12)
Runs - Nyquist (16), Martin (14), Hunter (12)
SBs - McColly (6), Martin (4), Hillman (3)


Scottie Boys And Girls Golfers Compete At Shelby Invitational

Tuesday, April 23rd 2024

Both the Scottie Boys and Girls competed at the Shelby Invitational. Golfers battled high winds at the Marias Valley Golf and Country Club on Monday but some good scores for the Scotties in only their 2nd time competing in 2024.

Scottie Boys:

1st Conrad
2nd Malta
3rd Glasgow. The Scotties finished just 2 strokes behind Malta and 15 strokes behind Conrad.

Individual Results:

8th- Hank Hopstad 88
9th- Carter Hoerster 89
16th- Eli Feezell 92
18th- Connor Koski 94
35th- Coy Nelson 103

Scottie Girls:

1st Broadwater
2nd Malta
3rd Fairfield
4th Glasgow

Individual Results:

11th Mia Peterson 109
14th Laynee Simpson 111
17th Annika Smith 120
26th Allie Palm 128
30th Aspen Probert 143


Scottie Track And Field Teams Compete In Sidney

Sunday, April 21st 2024

Scottie Boys finish in 3rd place out of 24 teams with 66 team points at the Sidney Invitational.

Scottie Girls finish in 5th place out of 24 teams with 46.4 team points at the Sidney Invitational.

The Scotties had 4 more Auto-State B Qualifiers at the Sidney Invitational:

Mayzie Yoakam Triple Jump 34’1”
Wyatt Babb Discus 139’ 2”
Connor Hudyma Discus 135’ 3”
Joely Chappell Long Jump 16’ 1”

Results from Sidney Invitational:

Boys:

100 meters
Khye Gamas 4th

400 meters
Khye Gamas 1st

800 meters
Tavin Boland 3rd

1600 meters
Kyler Holinde 4th

110m hurdles
Khye Gamas 2nd
Adam Mickelson 5th

300m Hurdles
Adam Mickelson 6th

4x100 meter relay
Glasgow 2nd place

Shot put
Connor Hudyma 5th

Discuss
Vaughn Miller 2nd
Wyatt Babb 3rd
Connor Hudyma 4th

Javelin
Vaughn Miller 6th

Long Jump
Khye Gamas 5th

Girls Results:

200 meters
Gina Page 6th

400 meters
Emily See 3rd

3200 meters
Tanae Baker 1st
Emily See 4th

4x400 relay
Glasgow 3rd

Shot put
Hannah Holinde 3rd

High Jump
Eve Stone 4th

Pole Vault
Eve Stone 2nd

Triple Jump
Mayzie Yoakam 4th


Scottie Softball Shutout In Havre

Thursday, April 18th 2024

Glasgow 0R 5H 2E
Havre 10R 13H 2E

Brynlie Boreson took the pitching loss. 4 1/3 IP, 6 ER, 1K
Brynn Donaldson finished out the game. 1 IP, 1 ER, 2 K

Hayden Green had 2 hits
Macy Martin, CharLee McColly and Kelbi Wersal all had 1 hit.

The Scotties home game scheduled for Friday vs. Miles City has been cancelled due to weather. The home opener will now be Monday, April 22nd vs. Glendive. The JV game will begin at 3:30pm. The first pitch for the varsity game will be about 5pm.


Sports Schedule Changes

Thursday, April 18th 2024

Middle School Track meet scheduled for this Friday in Wolf Point has been postponed due to the weather.
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This Friday’s Softball games vs. Miles City have been canceled.
The Youth Clinic remains on for noon on Saturday at Sullivan Park.
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The Wolf Point Golf Invitational scheduled for this Thursday, April 18th has been postponed until Tuesday, April 30th.


Despite Tough Weather, McColly Still Sets Heptathlon Record

Thursday, April 18th 2024

MADISON, S.D. – Despite rainy and wet conditions Tuesday afternoon on the second day of the 2024 North Star Athletic Association Multi-Events Championships at The Dan Beacom Track Complex, Kaitlyn McColly of Dickinson State (N.D.) established a new conference meet record in the heptathlon.

The heptathlon athletes from three different schools competed in the long jump, javelin, and the 800-meter run on the second day.

McColly piled up 4,682 points to win the NSAA women’s heptathlon title, the fourth straight year that the Blue Hawks had won the heptathlon title. She broke the previous NSAA conference meet record held by Kaianna Arellano of Jamestown (N.D.) with 4,529 points in 2018.

Katya Baranko of Dickinson State finished second with 3,796 points, edging Valley City State’s (N.D.) Emma Muggli with 3,781 points. Amelie Steins of Dakota State (S.D.) was fourth with 3,528 points. Adarra Hagelund of DiSU was fifth with 3,267 points. Casey Olson of DaSU was sixth with 2,121 points.

Dickinson State currently leads the North Star Athletic Association Women’s Outdoor Track & Field standings with 22 points. Dakota State is second in the standings after scoring eight points in the heptathlon, followed by Valley City State third with six points.

The 2024 NSAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships will be held at The Dan Beacom Track Complex in Madison on May 9-10.


Area Athlete College Sports Weekend Recap

Thursday, April 18th 2024

#NextLevelScottie Brett Glaser, competing for Black Hills State University, set the school record in the decathlon last weekend with 6,832 points at the Bryan Clay Invitational in California. He’s currently ranked #14 in NCAA Division II. The team is scheduled to compete at the RMAC Outdoor Championships in Grand Junction, Colorado, April 26-28th.

#NextLevelScottie Ellis McKean, competing for the University of San Francisco Dons, also ran at the Bryan Clay Invitational last weekend. He ran 9:14.62 in the steeplechase. The team is scheduled to compete at Stanford on April 26th.

#NextLevelScottie Iris McKean, running for the Lady Griz in Missoula, was off last weekend. The team is hosting the Montana Open this Friday and Saturday.

Area athletes competed for Dickinson State University at their home meet last weekend:
Wolf Point’s Nich Paige ran a 53.18 in the 400m
Poplar’s Hudson Atkinson was 6th in the 1500m in 4:12.73
Wolf Point's Jewel Olson won the 200m (25.37) and the 400m (58.36). She was also part of the winning 4x400m relay team.
Hinsdale's Kaitlyn McColly finished third in the long jump in 18’ 1.5”
Nashua’s Taylor Laumeyer won the shot put (44’ 1.5). Tia Dees finished 11th (33’ 9.75)
Laumeyer was 3rd in the discus (128’ 6) and Dees was 9th (114’ 10)
Laumeyer was 3rd in the hammer (155’ 4) while Dees was 16th (116’ 4)

And from MSU-Billings, Mattea McColly was 5th in discus (122' 10), and 14th in hammer (118' 9)

#NextLevelScottie Stevie Hartwell, playing softball for Williston State College, had two hits as Williston State split with Bismarck State College last weekend.


Local Cowboys And Cowgirls Competing Well In Montana High School Rodeo

Thursday, April 18th 2024

Montana High School Rodeo Association standings

All Around Cowgirl: 1. Linden Schenk, Joliet; 2. Aspen Swenson, Huntley; 3. Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow; 4. Ella Begger, Townsend

All Around Cowboy: 1. AJ Swenson, Huntley; 2. Mitch Detton, Great Falls; 3. Ryder Gaasch, Dillon; 4. Teagen Arnold, Conrad

Trap Shoot: 1. Austin Ward, Darby; 2. Emma Atkinson, Great Falls; 3. Katy Ramsey, Great Falls; 4. Preston Lee, Choteau

Tie Down Roping: 1. AJ Swenson, Huntley; 2. Pacen Buller, Glendive; 3. Garrett Larson, Sidney; 4. Teagen Arnold, Conrad

Team Roping: 1. Tate Poppe, Fallon; 2. Gentre Coulter, Baker; 3. Aspen Swenson, Huntley; 4. Tie – Charlie Cornwell & John Cornwell, Glasgow

Saddle Bronc Riding: 1. Caiden Gray, Miles City; 2. Randon Boyce, Browning; 3. Tahj Wells, Browning; 4. Randin Wagner, Browning

Rifle Shoot: 1. Sophia Wyatt, Dillon; 2. Ruby Ray, Whitefish; 3. Katy Ramsey, Great Falls; 4. Clancy Setzer, Wisdom

Pole Bending: 1. Ella Begger, Townsend; 2. Linden Schenk, Joliet; 3. Shelby Gobbs, Glendive; 4. Natalie Krenning, Bridger

Goat Tying: 1. Linden Schenk, Joliet; 2. Cassie Gibson, Havre; 3. Hailey Burger, Helena; 4. Sage Henderson, Lewistown

Girls Cutting: 1. Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber; 2. Mesa Radue, Belgrade; 3. Kate Wiening, Lewistown; 4. Ruby Ray, Whitefish

Cowhorse: 1. Kate Wiening, Lewistown; 2. Mollie Mae Ruth, Big Timber; 3. Walker Story, Martinsdale; 4. Dakota Woodring, Manhattan

Bull Riding: 1. Tahj Wells, Browning; 2. West Schroeder, Roscoe; 3. Octavius Christianson, Columbia Falls; 4. Joe Delaney, Grass Range

Breakaway Roping: 1. Ella Moedl, Worden; 2. Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow; 3. Aspen Swenson, Huntley; 4. Josie Robb, Bozeman

Boys Cutting: 1. Ryan Fraser, Hysham; 2. Walker Story, Martinsdale; 3. Jacob Heggie, Choteau; 4. Tristen Cheff, Kalispell

Barrel Racing: 1. Abigail Devos, Fort Shaw; 2. Jocie Roen, Musselshell; 3. Brooke Billingsley, Glasgow; 4. Olivia Martell, Three Forks

Bareback Riding: 1. Wyatt Warneke, Great Falls; 2. Leighton Lafromboise, Helena; 3. William Barnett, Absarokee; 4. Hayden Reed, Hall

About 260 contestants are competing to earn points to qualify for the Farmers Union Insurance Montana High School Rodeo Finals, scheduled for June 3-8 at the Majestic Valley Arena in Kalispell.

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


Scottie Softball Goes 2-0 With 1 Tie At Lewistown Tourney

Sunday, April 14th 2024

The Glasgow Scottie Softball Team has a successful weekend in Lewiston picking up two wins and a tie over the weekend.

The Scotties tied Class A Lockwood 12-12 on Friday in a game which stopped due to a time limit. Glasgow picked up a 11-0 win over Stillwater and a 17-0 win over Shelby. The win over Shelby was a conference game and was the first conference win for Glasgow.

Glasgow is now 4-4-1 overall and 1-4 in conference play.

Lockwood 12R 12H 3E
Glasgow 12R 14H 4E

Riley Clampitt 3 hits (double), 1 run, 2 RBI
Ella Eggebrecht 3 hits, 2 RBI
Tessa Miller 2 hits (double), 2 runs, 2 RBI
Hayden Green 2 hits, 2 runs, 2 RBI
Macy Martin 2 hits, 3 runs, 1 SB
Berkley Hillman 1 hit (double), 1 run, 1 RBI, 1 SB
Tatum Nyquist 2 runs, 1 RBI
Brynn Donaldson 1 hit
CharLee McColly 1 RBI
Kelbi Wersal 1 run

Martin 3 IP, 8 ER, 3 K
Donaldson 3 IP, 4 ER, 3 K

Freshman Brynlie Boreson got the pitching win, tossing a 3-hit shutout in her first varsity start in the circle. She had 7 strikeouts, no walks, and only needed 59 pitches to get through 5 innings. She only went to a 3-ball count on three batters.

Glasgow 11R 12H 3E
Stillwater 0R 3H 4E

Everyone had at least 1 hit!

Green 2 hits (double), 2 runs, 2 RBI
Clampitt 2 hits, 2 runs, 1 RBI
Eggebrecht 2 hits, 1 run, 1 RBI
Miller 1 hit (double), 1 run
Nyquist 1 hit, 2 runs
McColly 1 hit, 2 runs, 1 SB
Hillman 1 hit, 1 run, 1 RBI, 1 SB
Martin 1 hit, 1 RBI
Boreson 1 hit, 1 RBI

Macy Martin and Kelbi Wersal combined on a 3 inning no-hitter in a game shortened by the mercy rule. Martin got the pitching win going 2 innings and striking out 4. Wersal closed out the game, going 1 inning and striking out 2.

Glasgow 17R 14H 0E
Shelby 0R 0H 5E

Green 3 hits, 1 run, 2 RBI
Miller 2 hits (both doubles), 3 runs, 2 RBI
Martin 2 hits (double), 3 runs, 1 RBI
Caylen Jankowski 2 hits, 1 run, 2 RBI
Wersal 2 hits, 2 runs
Nyquist 1 hit (double), 2 runs, 3 RBI
Donaldson 1 hit, 2 runs, 1 RBI
Eggebrecht 1 hit, 2 runs
Clampitt 1 run, 1 RBI
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Season leaders after 9 games.....
Batting Avg - Halle Hunter (.500), Green (.433), Eggebrecht (.412)
On-base % - Hunter (.565), Green (.485), Miller (.455)
Hits - Green (13), Clampitt, Miller, Hillman (11 each)
Doubles - Miller (7), Nyquist (5), Hunter, Green, Hillman (2)
Triples - Eggebrecht (1)
HRs - Hillman, Green, Clampitt (1 each)
RBIs - Green (16), Nyquist (13), Miller and Hillman (11)
Runs - Nyquist (16), Martin (13), Hunter (11)
SBs - McColly (5), Martin and Hillman (3)



Scotties Win Boys And Girls Titles At Baker Invitational

Sunday, April 14th 2024

The Scottie Boys and Girls Track and Field teams both won team titles at the Baker Invitational on Saturday.

7 Individual Champs for the Scotties at Saturday's Baker Invitational:

Khye Gamas 300M Hurdles and 200M
Vaughn Miller Javelin
Haleigh Huntsman 3200M
Tanae Baker 1600M
Mayzie Yoakam Pole Vault
Kyler Holinde 1600M

The Scotties also had five State B Auto-Qualifiers at the Baker Invitational:

Mayzie Yoakam and Eve Stone in Pole Vault at 9’9” and 9’6”
Tanae Baker in the 1600M at 5:26
Vaughn Miller in the Javelin at 168’2” and the Discus at 147’ 7”


Scottie Softball Drops Two Games Against Conrad And Shepherd

Tuesday, April 9th 2024

The Scottie Softball team traveled to Shepherd on Friday to take on Shepherd and Conrad. The Scotties were defeated in both games and the record for Glasgow is now 1-4.

Shepherd 25R 17H 0E
Glasgow 0R 1H 8E

Macy Martin had the lone hit.
Brynn Donaldson took the pitching loss. She went 5 innings, gave up 10 earned runs and struck out 2.

Conrad 27R 23H 3E
Glasgow 17R 17H 10E

Tatum Nyquist - 4 hits (3 doubles), 2 runs, 5 RBIs
Halle Hunter - 3 hits (2 doubles), 4 runs, 3 RBIs, 1 SB
Hayden Green - 2 hits (1 HR), 1 run, 3 RBIs
CharLee McColly - 3 hits (1 double), 3 runs, 1 RBI
Tessa Miller - 2 hits (1 double), 2 runs, 1 RBI
Riley Clampitt - 2 hits, 1 RBI
Berkley Hillman - 1 hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs
Kelbi Wersal - 2 runs
Macy Martin - 1 run, 1 SB

Martin took the pitching loss. She went 7 innings, gave up 11 earned runs and struck out 6.
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Season leaders after 5 games.....

Batting Avg - Hunter (.500), Hillman (.375), Miller (.333)
On-base % - Hunter (.556), Hillman (.444), Miller (.412)
Hits - Hunter (8), Hillman (6), Miller and Nyquist (5)
Doubles - Miller and Nyquist (3), Hunter (2)
Triples - Eggebrecht (1)
HRs - Hillman and Green (1)
RBIs - Hillman (8), Nyquist and Green (7)
Runs - Hunter (9), Martin (6), Nyquist (5)
SBs - Martin and Hunter (2), Miller (1)


Scottie Softball Traveling To Sidney

Monday, April 8th 2024

Message from GHS:

Due to the rain we received over the weekend, our fields are too wet to play. We will now have our Softball team travel TO Sidney instead. Bus leaves at 12:15 PM from GHS and will pick up GMS students on the way out of town.
Sidney will return to Glasgow Tuesday May 7th now instead.


Scottie Boys And Girls Finish 3rd At Central Montana Track And Field Invite In Lewistown

Monday, April 8th 2024

Glasgow Scottie Boys Results. Finishers in the Top 10:

800 Meters Varsity - Finals
3. 11 Kyler Holinde 2:06.23aSR

4. 10 Tavin Boland 2:11.03aSR


1600 Meters Varsity - Finals
8. 11 Kyler Holinde 4:58.65aSR

110m Hurdles Varsity - Finals
4. 10 Khye Gamas 17.74aSR

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

4. 10 Khye Gamas 43.34aSR

10. 9 Gage Larsen 46.46aPR


4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals
10th place
Khye Gamas

Trey Graham

Kyler Whitman

Wyatt Babb

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals
5th place

Tavin Boland

Khye Gamas

Kyler Holinde

Liam Chapman


Discus Varsity - Finals
2. 12 Vaughn Miller 133-00SR

4. 11 Connor Hudyma 121-10SR

9. 11 Myles Yoakam 116-09PR

10. 9 Cade Hudyma 113-05PR


Javelin Varsity - Finals
1. 12 Vaughn Miller 157-03SR

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals
5. 11 Nick Solorzano 10-06.00SR


Long Jump Varsity - Finals
8. 11 Nick Solorzano 18-03.50SR

Glasgow Scottie Girls Results. Top 10 finishers:

100 Meters Varsity - Finals
8. 9 Gina Page 13.79aSR
10. 10 Joely Chappell 13.84aSR


200 Meters Varsity - Finals
3. 9 Gina Page 28.27aSR

800 Meters Varsity - Finals
7. 12 Emily See 2:39.70aSR
Glasgow

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals
2. 11 Tanae Baker 5:40.18aSR
4. 12 Emily See 6:02.05aSR
7. 9 Haleigh Huntsman 6:09.90aSR
8. 11 Kheyerah Bilger 6:29.43aSR
10. 10 Kimber Dulaney 6:36.66aSR

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals
2. 11 Tanae Baker 12:12.71aSR
5. 9 Haleigh Huntsman 13:21.93aSR

100m Hurdles Varsity - Finals
2. 9 Mayzie Yoakam 17.04aSR

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals
9. 9 Ava Runner 55.29aPR


Glasgow - A
4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals
4th place

Joely Chappell

Gina Page

Mayzie Yoakam

Emily See

Shot Put Varsity - Finals
5. 9 Hannah Holinde 28-06.00SR
Glasgow

High Jump Varsity - Finals
6. 12 Eve Stone 4-08.00SR

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals
1. 9 Mayzie Yoakam 8-06.00SR

4. 12 Eve Stone 7-06.00SR


Long Jump Varsity - Finals
9. 10 Joely Chappell 14-01.50SR

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals
3. 9 Mayzie Yoakam 33-02.00SR

5. 10 Joely Chappell 31-06.00SR


Members Of Glasgow Wrestling Club Compete In Iowa

Monday, April 8th 2024

Press Release from Glasgow Wrestling Club:

Another great weekend at AAU National Duals in Iowa is in the books! Good job to ALL 8 of these Highlanders that put in the extra work and helped form Team Montana. Each of them battled tough competition in a big arena.

GWC Results from AAU National Duals:

Jack Morehouse 4-4
Aiden Aune 4-4
Hunter Pierce 2-6
Tyler King 4-4 Copper All-American
William Kirkland 6-2 Bronze All-American
Madison Lamb 5-3 Copper All-American
Bailey Dooley 2-3
Chloe Lamb 0-7


Glasgow Defeats Glendive In Softball

Wednesday, April 3rd 2024

Glasgow 14 runs on 15 hits and 5 errors

Dawson County (Glendive) 7 runs on 6 hits and 4 errors

Berkley Hillman had 4 hits (1 double), 2 RBI, 1 run

Halle Hunter had 3 hits, 1 RBI, 4 runs, 1 stolen base

Tessa Miller had 2 doubles, 3 RBI, 1 run

Elle Eggebrecht had a triple, 3 RBI, 1 run

Hayden Green had a double, 2 RBI, 1 run

Tatum Nyquist had 1 hit, 2 RBI, 2 runs

CharLee McColly had 1 hit, 1 RBI, 1 run

Macy Martin had a hit and 2 runs

Riley Clampitt had a hit and 1 run

Martin went the distance and got the pitching win. She pitched 7 innings, gave up 4 earned runs and struck out 6.


Scottie 2024 Football Schedule Released

Wednesday, April 3rd 2024


Changes To Scottie Activities This Week

Wednesday, April 3rd 2024

Scottie Softball will change locations from Great Falls to Shepherd this Friday. The Shepherd Triangular game schedule is here:
1:00 Shepherd v Glasgow
3:00 Glasgow v Conrad
5:00 Shepherd v Conrad

This Friday’s Shelby Invitational Golf Meet will be postponed to a later date


Scottie Homecoming Date Set

Wednesday, April 3rd 2024

2024 Scottie Homecoming Week will be September 16th thru the 21st.

Scottie Football will host the Manhattan Tigers at 7 PM on Friday Sept. 20th


Next-Level Athletes In Action

Tuesday, April 2nd 2024

#NextLevelScottie Brett Glaser, competing for Black Hills State University, finished 6th in the pole vault (13' 6.25) and 7th in the Long Jump (21' 5.25) at the Jack Christiansen Invite in Fort Collins, Colorado last weekend. He also ran a leg on the men's 4x100m relay team that finished fifth. The team is scheduled to compete next in Vermillion, South Dakota on April 6th and 7th.

#NextLevelScottie Ellis McKean, competing for the University of San Francisco Dons, finished 10th in the steeplechase (9:14.99) at the Mike Fanelli Track Classic in San Francisco last weekend. The team is scheduled to compete next in Berkeley, California on April 8th.

#NextLevelScottie Iris McKean, running for the Lady Griz in Missoula, was off last weekend. The team is scheduled to travel to Bozeman for the Griz-Cat Dual on April 6th.

Area athletes competed for Dickinson State University at the Yellowjackets/Battlin' Bears Open in Billings last weekend.

Wolf Point's Jewel Olson won the 200m (25.93) and was 2nd in the 400m (58.36). Hinsdale's Kaitlyn McColly won the 100m Hurdles (14.75), was 5th in the high jump (5' .5"), 5th in the javelin (117') and was a leg of the winning 4x400m relay (4:04.53). Nashua athletes Tia Dees and Taylor Laumeyer finished 9th (37' 4.5) and 11th (34' 7.5) respectively in the Shot Put. Laumeyer was 5th in the Hammer (149' 7) and Dees was 15th (105' 6). The team is scheduled to compete next in Vermillion, South Dakota on April 6th and 7th.

#NextLevelScottie Stevie Hartwell, playing softball for Williston State College, was not in action last weekend due to weather postponements. The team is schedule to play in Minot vs. Dakota College at Bottineau this Wednesday and in Miles City on Saturday.



Scottie Softball Drops Games To Huntley And Stillwater

Sunday, March 31st 2024

The Glasgow Scottie Softball team travelled to the Billings area on Friday to take on Huntley Project and Stillwater.

The Scotties who have struggled to get outside to practice this year due to weather, ran into two of the best teams in the Eastern B/C for their opening games of the season.

The Scotties were beaten by Stillwater 16-8 and Huntley Project 12-0.

Glasgow opens the season with a 0-2 record.

Glasgow will travel to Glendive on Tuesday for a contest with the Red Devils and then travel to the Great Falls Central Invite on Friday.


See To Run For Montana Tech

Saturday, March 30th 2024

Congratulations to All State cross country and track athlete Emily See - she recently signed with the Montana Tech Orediggers to compete at the next level in both sports, starting with cross country this fall!!! #NextLevelScottie


Montana Coaches Association Announces Coach Of The Year Winners For Winter Sports

Friday, March 29th 2024

The Montana Coaches Association has announced its Coach of the Year winners for winter sports.

Swimming coach Robyn O'Nan from Billings Central will be honored for coaching Class A state champions for both boys and girls.

The 19 individuals from 19 classifications will be honored at the 2024 MCA Awards Ceremony Aug. 1 at Great Falls CMR High School.

They are:

Boys basketball

Class AA: Michael Claxton, Bozeman Gallatin

Class A: Jeff Edwards, Dillon

Class B: Scott Anderson, Missoula Loyola

Class C: Jeremy MacDonald, Box Elder

Girls basketball

Class AA: Randy Chase, Billings Skyview

Class A: Jetton Ailes, Billings Central

Class B: Jason Coulter, Baker

Class C: Amber Erickson, Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale

Boys wrestling

Class AA: Jeremy Hernandez, Billings West

Class A: Ted Hill, Laurel

Class B: Tim Kaczmarek, Huntley Project

Class C: Ben Reilly, Forsyth

Girls wrestling

Class AA: Charlie Klepps, Billings Senior

Class A: Dylan Kramer, Ronan

Class B-C: Will Bagley/Darick Gorder, Baker

Boys swimming

Class AA: Siobhan Gilmartin, Bozeman

Class A: Robyn O'Nan, Billings Central

Girls swimming

Class AA: Brady Baughman, Missoula Sentinel

Class A: Robyn O'Nan, Billings Central


Glasgow Academic All-State Recipients

Thursday, March 28th 2024

Glasgow High School proudly announces our Academic All-State Recipients for the 2023-24 Winter Activities season.
These individuals maintained a GPA of 3.500 or above while earning a Varsity letter in their respective activity.

Wrestling--
Riley Clampitt
Khye Gamas
Gabe Munroe
Joaquin Torres
Gracie Baker (MGR)
Karsyn Sillerud (MGR)
Laynee Simpson (MGR)
Basketball--
Paityn Britzman
Joely Chappell
Riley Evenson-Glasoe
Hannah Holinde
Haleigh Huntsman
Gina Page
Ava Runner
Mayzie Yoakam
Lacey White
Josie Kemp (MGR)
Mia Peterson (MGR)
Phyllis Yoakam (MGR)
Cade Hudyma
Noah Runner
Myles Yoakam
Andrew Linder (MGR)
Rex Monson (MGR)
Jensina Tweten (MGR)

Speech & Drama--
Connor Whitmer

Winter Cheer--
Pyper Brandt
Jourdyn Fercho
Addison Jones
Grace Reyes
Annika Smith
Kinley Strommen


Highlanders Rise to the Occasion at the Montana Open

Monday, March 25th 2024

he most prestigious tournament in our home state is the Montana Open at the Billings Metra! GWC brought the 6th largest team to the event this year with 55 wrestlers. It was a total team effort to put up 221 points and finish in 13th place overall out of 195 clubs in attendance. The Highlanders were 3rd place amongst Class B/C feeder programs.

Leading the way were four Individual Champions and four runner-ups! TenLea Sundeen, Ryan Gamas, Aurora Markle, and Walker Kirkland would each collect a tournament title and WIN the coveted "Skull". 31 out of 55 wrestlers reached the podium with a Top 6 finish. The 4 champions and 31 individual placers both make up the 2nd most in club history at the premier event.

The Open signals the end of the season for the majority of the Club. The Highlanders, however, will send a smaller contingent to Black Hills Nationals in Spearfish, South Dakota this coming Friday and Saturday. Eight Highlanders will also join Team Montana and head to the AAU National Duals in Des Moines, Iowa the first weekend in April.

Montana Open Individual Results:
6U
Brands Casterline 4th
Theo Marks 6th
Nels Redfield
Newt Knaff 3rd
Aurora Markle Champion
Saylor Thompson
Brenley Flaten 6th
8U
Howard Redfield
Dayton Markle
Rowen Thompson
Ledger Kaufman
CJ Sillerud
Colt Knaff 5th
Buddy Cole
Olive Marks 6th
Archer Henry
Taryn Sundeen 4th
Collins Flaten 5th
Rygan Gamas Champion
10U
Tate Lehner 2nd
Jett Morehouse 4th
Walker Kirkland Champion
Whit Ozark
Milo Marks
Eli Holinde
Knoxsen Harris
Carson Young 6th
TenLea Sundeen Champion
Kennedy Flaten 2nd
Lyla Lehner 4th
Harlee Vandermars 3rd
Khloe Kaufman 2nd
12U
Anders Aune
Hunter Pierce 5th
Taden Sundeen 5th
Saunten Gamas 4th
Leo Erickson 3rd
Addison Hughes 5th
Aubree Holinde 4th
15U
Aiden Aune 3rd
Jack Morehouse
Weston Kirkland
Tyler King
DC Flaten
Alex Earll
Kylie Aho
Riley Pedersen
Bailey Dooley
Chloe Lamb
Madison Lamb 3rd
18U
Khye Gamas 3rd
William Kirkland 4th
Michael King 4th
Ernie Vandall
Avery Pedersen 5th


Glasgow Track And Field Meet Cancelled

Monday, March 25th 2024

The Glasgow Invitational High School Track Meet that was scheduled for this Friday March 29th on Scottie Field has been cancelled due to our recent winter storm and the low temps forecasted this week.


Scottie Softball To Open Season At Huntley Project Quad

Monday, March 25th 2024

Scottie Softball will open up at the Huntley Project Quad this Friday March 29th. Full Game Schedule here:

9:00 AM- Colstrip vs HP
11:00 AM - Colstrip vs Columbus
1:00 PM - Columbus vs Glasgow
3:00 PM - Glasgow vs HP


3-Week Scottie Outlook

Monday, March 25th 2024

Monday Mar. 25th -- 1st Day of MS Track & Field 4:00 PM at GMS
Friday Mar. 29th -- Glasgow HS Track Invitational @ Scottie Field 9:00 AM
Friday Mar. 29th -- SB @ Huntley Project Quad (Varsity)

Tuesday Apr. 2nd -- SB vs. Glendive at Sullivan Park (JV/V) 3:30/5:00 PM
Thursday Apr. 4th -- HS TR @ Lewistown Invitational
Friday Apr. 5th -- SB @ Great Falls Central Tournament (JV/V)
Friday Apr. 5th -- GO @ Shelby Invitational
Saturday Apr. 6th -- GHS Prom 7:00 PM
Saturday Apr. 6th -- MS TR @ Sidney Invitational (split squad)

Tuesday Apr. 9th -- SB vs. Sidney at Sullivan Park (JV/V) 3:30/5:00 PM
Tuesday Apr. 9th -- MS Track (split squad) at Williston Invitational
Wednesday Apr. 10th -- MS Academic Olympics @ GHS
Friday Apr. 12th-13th -- SB @ Lewistown Invitational (JV/V)
Saturday Apr. 13th -- HS TR @ Baker Invitational
Saturday Apr. 13th -- Glasgow MS Track Invitational @ Scottie Field 9:00 AM


Hi-Line Invitational Basketball Tourney Results

Sunday, March 24th 2024

Here are the awards and final day release. Thanks to all who played, coached, officiated, worked, and attended the 37th Annual HIT Tournament! See you next year!

The 37th Hi-Line Invitational Tournament concluded Saturday evening at MSU-Northern. The Class AA girls defeated the Class A girls in the title game by a score of 98-76, while the Class A boys defeated the AA boys 97-89 for the championship. The girls consolation game went to the Class B girls, who defeated Class C by a score of 81-78. The boys consolation game went to Class B, who defeated Class C by a score of 108-93. The co-MVP’s of the girls division were Breanna Williams from Billings Skyview and Kourtney Grossman from Billings West. The boys Most Valuable Player went to Kyler Engellant from Beaverhead County.

Award Winners:
Girls Awards:
3-Point Champion-Kameryn Ketcham-Sweet Grass County
Assist Leader-Paige Lofing-Huntley Project
Scoring Leader-Paige Lofing-Lofing
Rebound Leader-Brianna Williams-Billings Skyview
Miss Hustle-Paeton Gunlock-Big Fork
Miss Defense-Hallie Neibauer-Chinook
All-Star Team:
Breanna Williams-Billings Skyview (Co-MVP)
Kourtney Grossman-Billings West (Co-MVP)
Paige Lofing-Huntley Project
Madison O’Connor-Baker
Isabelle Heggem-Roy-Winifred
Braeden Gunlock-Big Fork
Ariana Gary-Havre
Sannah Windy Boy-Huntley Project
Jada Davis-Gallatin
Kadynce Couture-Missoula Big Sky
Amaya Jarvis-Havre
Boys All-Star Team
Kyler Engellant (MVP)
Kellen Harrison-Bozeman
Zad Rodarte-Gallatin
Jaxen Lieberg-Helena High
Carter Curnow-Beaverhead County
Darcy Merchant-Billings Central
Eli Quinn-Frenchtown
Rey Johnston-Missoula Loyola
Hayden Steffenson-Columbus
Ethan Stack-Missoula Loyola
Jonslee Pierre-Lustre Christian
Christian Triemstra-Manhattan Christian
Mason Venema-Manhattan Christian

Boys Awards:
3-Point Champion-Zad Rodarte-Gallatin
Assist Leader-Reynolds Johnston-Missoula Loyola
Rebound Leader-Kyler Engellant-Beaverhead County
Scoring Leader-Hayden Steffenson
Mr. Hustle-Kash Embry-Bozeman
Slam Dunk Champion-Johnslee Pierra-Lustre Christian
Mr. Defense-Carter Curnow-Beaverhead County
CONSOLATION SCORES:
Class C Girls 78
Class B Girls 81
Class C Boys 93
Class B Boys 108
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME SCORES:
Class AA Girls 98
Class A Girls 76
Class A Boys 97
Class AA Boys 89