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Montanasports.com High School Football Rankings

Wednesday, September 28th 2022

MTN Sports High school football rankings

(Through games of Sept. 23-24)

CLASS AA

1. Helena Capital (5-0)

2. Helena (4-1)

3. Missoula Sentinel (4-1)

4. Kalispell Glacier (3-2)

5. Billings West (3-2)


CLASS A

1. Hamilton (5-0)

2. Lewistown (5-0)

3. Billings Central (5-0)

4. Polson (5-0)

5. Columbia Falls (4-0)

CLASS B

1. Huntley Project (5-0)

2. Bigfork (4-0)

3. Florence (4-1)

4. Townsend (4-1)

5. Big Timber (4-1)

6. Jefferson (3-2)

7. Malta (4-1)

8. Glasgow (4-1)

9. Whitehall (4-1)

10. Eureka (3-2)


8-MAN

1. St. Ignatius (5-0)

2. Drummond-Philipsburg (5-0)

3. Belt (5-0)

4. Superior (4-0)

5. Chinook (5-0)

6. Joliet (4-0)

7. Ennis (4-1)

8. Culbertson (4-1)

9. Charlo (3-1)

10. Fairview (4-1)


6-MAN

1. Big Sandy (5-0)

2. Broadview-Lavina (5-0)

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

4. Jordan (5-0)

5. Bridger (4-1)

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

7. Savage (4-0)

8. Noxon (4-1)

9. Valier (4-1)

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


Sports Broadcasts This Week

Monday, September 26th 2022

Friday on KLTZ
Glasgow at Fairfield
Kickoff 6 p.m.

Saturday on KLTZ
Montana Griz at Idaho State
Pregame 11 a.m.
Kickoff at 1 p.m.

Saturday on KLTZ
UC Davis at Montana State
Pregame at 7:15 p.m.
Kickoff at 8:15 p.m.

Saturday on Mix-93
DSU at Dakota State
Pregame 11:30 a.m.
Kickoff at Noon


This Week In Scottie Activities

Monday, September 26th 2022

Thursday Sept. 29th -- HS VB @ Sidney (C/JV/V)

Friday Sept. 30th -- HS VB @ Fairview (JV/V)

Friday Sept. 30th -- HS FB @ Fairfield

Saturday Oct. 1st -- JV FB @ Fairfield

Saturday Oct. 1st -- HS/MS XC @ Miles City Invitational

Saturday Oct. 1st -- MS FB vs. Havre 10:00 AM

Saturday Oct. 1st -- MS VB Northeast District Tournament @ Poplar


Scottie Booster Club Members 2022-2023

Monday, September 26th 2022

Here is our UPDATED current membership as of Friday Sept. 23rd. Thank you ALL for the support:

For more information on becoming a member of the Scottie Booster Club https://www.scottieboosterclub.com/

2022 – 2023 Scottie Booster Club Members

Aaron D. Chatten Foundation
Agland Co-op
Albertsons
Rod and Arleen Archambeault
Arch’s Tire, LLC
John and Leah Arneson
Baker’s Jewelry
Jace and Lisa Ball
Bank of Glasgow
Patrick and Katie Barnett
In memory of Steve Bell
Bell Mortuary
Scott and Suzanne Billingsley
Blend 10 LLC
Jesse and April Block
Border Plains Equipment, LLC
Kurt and Audra Breignezer
Marc and Karen Breigenzer
John and Katie Britzman
Kim Brooks
BS Central, Inc.
Budde Family Dentistry, PLLC
Ed and Shirley Buechler
Frank and Mary Burns
Busted Knuckle Taproom
C & B Operations
Calvary Baptist Church
CHMS, PC
Coca Cola Bottling Company
Mark Combs
Fred and Jeannie Compton
Cottonwood Inn and Suites
D & G Sports and Western, Inc.
Gary and Donna Dascher
David Irving, Attorney at Law
Nick Dirkes
Jeremy and Marie Donaldson
Lonnie Durell
In Memory of Mike Edwards
Edward Jones
Jason and Vansessa Eggebrecht
Don and Judy Elletson
Dan and Laurie Enebo
B.J. Erickson
Joe and Patt Etchart
Paul Etchart
Doyle and Yvonne Euell
Eugenes Pizza
Evangelical Church
Ken and Ronda Evenson
Expressions in Thread
Ezzie’s Whoelsale, Inc.
Farm Bureau Insurance
Ryan and Gail Fast
Paul Feezell
Jennifer Fewer
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy
Juice and Jen Fischer
Brenner and Alison Flaten
Brady and Lacey Flaten
Dave and Pam Flaten
Flip Burgers and Treats
Norris and Marge Forum
Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital
Chuck and Monica Garten
Gary L. Wageman – LPL Financial
GHS Class of 1967
Todd and Wendy Glaser
Glasgow Auto Sales, LLC
Glasgow Courier, Inc.
Glasgow Eyecare
Glasgow Flower and Gift
Glasgow Rental, LLC
Glasgow Stockyards, LLC
Glasgow Wrestling Club
John and Cami Graham
Maury Graham
Pat and Christi Gunderson
Ryan and Cammie Hartwell
Helland Agency, Inc.
Helland Law Firm, PLLC
Craig and Doreen Herbert
Hi-Line Clogging and Gymnastics
Hi=Line Collision Repair Center, Inc.
Hi-Line Eye Care
Hi-Line Ford, Inc.
Hi-Tech Electric, Inc.
Tom Hoffman Trucking
Richard and Judy Hueth
Jake and Stephanie Hughes
Mitch and Mary Hughes
Ruth Ann Hutcheson
Independence Bank
Irle School PTO
Ken and Cheryl Jansa
Tim and Renee Jennings
Randy Karst
Rod Karst
Macy and Toby Klind
KLTZ and Mix 93
Kolstad Eye Clinic
Paul and Lisa Koski
Kuka Trucking, LLC
Terry Lamb
Rich Larsen
Jeff and Darla Larson
Lloyd’s Repair LLC
Macs Korner Dairy Queen, LLC
Myron and Lynn Malnaa
Scott and Marj Markle
Markle’s, Inc.
Gary and Judi Martin
Mattfeldt Electric, Inc.
Jim and Lois McIntyre
Arlie and Lynda McMichael
Kevin Miller
Matt and Lynn Miller
Nate and Leah Miller
Stevin Miller
Mike Molvig
Rick and Alison Molvig
Dirk and Kim Monson
Montana Slings
Harry and Erica Murphy
Nemont Beverage Corporation
Nemont Telephone
Nemont TV
Newton Brothers, LLP
Northern Prairie Auto Sales, LLC
Northwest Farm Credit Services
NorVal Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Oasis Lounge and Eatery
Omvig Hammer Law, PC
Opportunity Bank
Stan and Michelle Ozark
Greg and Jill Page
Page Land and Cattle, LLC
Lawrence Palazzo
In memory of Bill and Peggy Pattison
Mark and April Pearson
Tim and Yvette Phillips
Prairie Ridge Village
Prewett Interiors
Donnie Reddick
Reynolds Market
Lee Riddick Plumbing and Heating, Inc.
Dr. Kevin and Tiffany Ross
Sand Electric, Inc.
Tom and Liz Schmitt
Scottie Express Wash, Inc.
Scottie Storage, LLC
Vicki Shanks
Jim Shields
Shippwrecked
Tom and Linda Stathos
Subway
Mary Sugg
Sugg Primary Care Clinic PLLC
Marc and Debbie Swanson
Taco Shack, Inc.
Taxmasters
Tire Rama
Town and Country Furniture
Track-N-Wheel
Treasure Trail Meat Processing
Triple A Glass, Inc.
Karl and Melinda Truesdell
United Insurance and Realty
Nick and Nancy Vaira
Valley County Abstract Company, Inc.
Darrell and Maggan Walstad
Sam and Judy Waters
Evelyn Wells
In memory of Curt Wesen
Todd and Lori Westby
Western Drug
Paul and Jennie Yoakan
Deb Young
Galen and Karla Zerbe


Saturday Glasgow Scottie Results From Dickinson Volleyball Tourney

Sunday, September 25th 2022

New England (ND) def. Glasgow 25-15, 27-25

Glasgow def. Killdeer (ND) 17-25, 25-18, 17-15

Glasgow def. Richardton-Taylor (ND) 25-20, 18-25, 15-13. Scotties finish the weekend with a 2-4 overall record, but win their last two matches to finish 3rd in the Silver Bracket


Weekend Prep Football Scores

Sunday, September 25th 2022

Montana high school football scores

Thursday

Dillon 21, Frenchtown 10

Friday

Baker 22, Red Lodge 7

Belt 54, Shelby 0

Big Timber 32, Three Forks 14

Bigfork 65, Thompson Falls 6

Billings Central 68, Livingston 0

Billings Senior 31, Great Falls Cmr 28

Billings West 53, Belgrade 14

Bozeman 63, Billings Skyview 14

Bozeman Gallatin 21, Great Falls 17

Butte 54, Missoula Big Sky 7

Cascade 40, Choteau 12

Charlo 48, Darby 0

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 44, Highwood 43

Chinook 24, Fort Benton 12

Corvallis 20, Butte Central 16

Culbertson 64, Circle 34

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 50, Absarokee 0

Drummond-Philipsburg 34, Ennis 18

Fairfield 40, Conrad 0

Fairview 26, Scobey 0

Florence-Carlton 48, Eureka 15

Glasgow 12, Cut Bank 6

Glendive 33, Lockwood 3

Havre 26, Miles City 0

Helena 35, Missoula Sentinel 7

Helena Capital 35, Kalispell Glacier 27

Hobson-Moore 60, Richey-Lambert 54

Huntley Project 40, Roundup 0

Joliet 52, Forsyth 0

Jordan 65, Fromberg-Belfry 12

Laurel 42, Hardin 0

Lewistown 44, Sidney 7

Lone Peak 53, Seeley-Swan 22

Malta 28, Wolf Point 14

Missoula Hellgate 29, Kalispell Flathead 28

Missoula Loyola 35, Anaconda 12

Noxon 45, White Sulphur Springs 6

Polson 49, Libby 0

Roy-Winifred 79, Harlowton-Ryegate-Judith Gap 46

Sheridan 42, Deer Lodge 0

St. Ignatius 65, Victor 6

Superior 68, Arlee 6

Townsend 27, Jefferson 17

Valier 38, Sunburst 0

Valley Christian 40, Plains 14

Westby-Grenora 50, Poplar 12

Whitefish 35, East Helena 0

Whitehall 24, Manhattan 6

Saturday

Froid-Lake 54, Bainville 25

Big Sandy 52, North Star 6

Bridger 58, Lima 8

Broadview-Lavina 58, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Denton- Geyser- Stanford-Geraldine 54, Centerville 49

Harlem 2, Hays-Lodgepole 0 (forfeit)

Hot Springs 59, Gardiner 12

Lodge Grass 52, St. Labre 6

Power-Dutton-Brady 67, Box Elder 26

Savage 58, Wibaux 19


Frontier Conference Football Scoreboard

Sunday, September 25th 2022

Carroll College 26, Southern Oregon 14

College of Idaho 41, Eastern Oregon 0

Rocky Mountain College 56, MSU-Northern 0

Montana Tech 33, Montana Western 24


Big Sky Conference Scoreboard

Sunday, September 25th 2022

Northern Colorado 35, Idaho State 14

Idaho 27, Northern Arizona 10

Montana State 38, Eastern Washington 35

Montana 53, Portland State 16

Sacramento State 41, Colorado State 10

Weber State 17, UC Davis 12


Dickinson State Defeats Mayville State 48-14

Sunday, September 25th 2022

The Dickinson State football team used a dominant rushing attack to run away from Mayville State University, 48-14, in non-conference action. Riley Linder rushed for 250 yards on 17 carries to lead a Blue Hawk rushing attack that gained a staggering 434 yards on the ground, putting them only 4 yards shy of the school record set in 1981 (438).

Both offenses were forced into 3-and-outs on their first possessions, but a 25 yard punt return by Isaiah Kludt gave the Blue Hawks good field position for their second drive, starting on the 50. Five plays later, Linder took a 7-yard run into the endzone for DSU's first score. One play later, the Blue Hawks would get the ball back after Keaton Meschke took down MSU QB Tim Salmon in the backfield and popped the ball loose. He collected the fumble himself, setting Dickinson State up with another short field, this time at the MSU 20.

The Blue Hawks settled for a Wade James field goal and would eventually take their 10-0 lead into the second quarter. Another James field goal on the first possesion of the second quarter gave DSU a 13-0 lead. On the Comets next possesion, the Blue Hawks forced another turnover, as Jayden Heartwell picked off a Salmon pass at the DSU 2-yard line. Linder took the next play 91 yards to the MSU 7, and Alec Lovegren punched it in on the next play, giving DSU a commanding 20-0 lead.

With time winding down in the first half, the DSU offense ran a perfect two-minute drill, as they went 63 yards in 1:17, capped by a 10 yard TD pass from White to Noah Sickler, putting the Blue Hawks up 27-0 at the half.

The teams traded interceptions to start the second half. Dawson McGlothlin picked off Salmon on the MSU 48, but four plays later the Comets returned a White interception 85 yards for their first score of the game. The next DSU drive only took two plays, as Linder started with a 40 yard run, and Lovegren added a 35-yard TD run to get the lead back to 27, 35-7. Mayville State turned another DSU turnover into points as they recovered a White fumble near the DSU goal line and ran it in for a touchdown.

Not to be outdone, the Blue Hawk defense added a score of its own as JaQuawhann Booth forced a fumble and ran it back 80 yards for the touchdown. Neither team would score again until Bridger Grovom broke off a 25-yard TD run late in the fourth quarter for the final score.

Overall, the Blue Hawks outgained the Comets 531-97. Including 434 to -16 on the ground.

WHATS NEXT

The Blue Hawks return to action next week to kick of North Star Athletic Association play when they travel to Madison, SD to take on Dakota State University at 12:00 pm MT.


Scottie Boys First, Girls Second At Culbertson Invitational

Saturday, September 24th 2022

The Scottie girls finished second at the Culbertson Invitational Cross Country Meet on Saturday.
Sidney won the meet with 43 points, followed by Glasgow with 54 and Dawson County with 84 points.

Glasgow finishers
Emily See 2nd, 19:28
Kimber Dulaney 13th, 23:02
Riley Evenson-Glasoe 16th, 23:07
Caylen Jankowski 17th, 23:46
Kheyerah Bilger 25th, 24:27
Haylly Turner 32nd, 25:18
Mary Dykema 43rd, 26:35
Josie Kemp 54th, 28:31
Eve Stone 70th, 34:02

Zora Holt, Hinsdale, 11th
Alyssa Toce Blount, Frazer, 26th
Angel Nelligan, Frazer, 39th
Isabelle Even, Frazer, 40th
Shakira Beston, Frazer, 46th
Klianna Tone Blount, Frazer, 49th

The Glasgow boys won the meet with 36 points, followed by Dawson County with 54 and Sidney with 75 points.

Reed Larsen 2nd, 17:05
Kyler Holinde 4th, 17:36
Lane Thompson 6th, 18:17
KJ Ingram 13th, 19:01
Eli Feezell 20th, 19:41
Ted See 22nd, 19:46
Adam Mickelson 31st, 20:26
Kyler Whitman 38th, 20:44
Jordan Cook 47th, 21:17
James Seekins 49th, 21:18
Malin Beck 57th, 22:40
Owen Thompson 58th, 22:40
Dylan Hlad 65th, 23:59
Caith Overbey 68th, 25:52

Other area finishers:
Cassius Smoker, Frazer, 63rd
Linden Holt, Hinsdale, 66th
Joseph Beston, Frazer, 71st


Scotties Defeat Cut Bank In Conference Match-Up

Saturday, September 24th 2022

The Scottie football team prevailed over Cut Bank in a defensive battle on Friday night. Both teams managed a touchdown in the first half, but both conversions failed.

Glasgow scored again in the third, and held on for the conference victory. The Scotties are now 4-1 overall, and 1-0 in conference play.

1st Q: Glasgow 0 Cut Bank 0
Half: Glasgow 6 Cut Bank 6
3rd Q: Glasgow 12 Cut Bank 6
Final: Glasgow 12 Cut Bank 6

Ashton Potter, Toryn Richards, Mo Fast all had interceptions for Glasgow
Tatum Hansen scored both TD's

Glasgow travels to Fairfield next Friday night.


Scottie Volleyball Squad Competing At Dickinson Invitational

Saturday, September 24th 2022

The Scottie volleyball team is in Dickinson, North Dakota this weekend. Pool play results from Friday:

Baker def. Glasgow 25-11, 25-6, 15-9
Glen Ullin/Hebron (ND) def. Glasgow 25-21, 25-19, 15-8
Watford City def. Glasgow 27-25, 25-23, 8-15

Bracket play starting on Saturday morning


High School Football Scores

Saturday, September 24th 2022


AA
Helena 35, Missoula Sentinel 7: (ended Missoula Sentinel's 25-game win streak
Helena Capital 35, Kalispell Glacier 27
Billings Senior 31, Great Falls CMR 28
Bozeman 63, Billings Skyview 14
Butte 54, Missoula Big Sky 7
Bozeman Gallatin 20, Great Falls 17

A
Billings Central 68, Livingston 0
Whitefish 35, East Helena 0
Polson 49, Libby 0
Glendive 33, Lockwood 3
Lewistown 44, Sidney 7
Havre 26, Miles City 0

B
Malta 28, Wolf Point 14
Belt 54, Shelby 0
Florence-Carlton 48, Eureka 15
Big Timber 32, Three Forks 14
Missoula Loyola 35, Anaconda 12
Whitehall 24, Manhattan 6
Bigfork 65, Thompson Falls 6
Huntley Project 40, Roundup 0
Joliet 52, Forsyth 0
Townsend 27, Jefferson 17

C 8-Man
Fairview 26, Scobey 0
Cascade 40, Choteau 12
Culbertson 64, Circle 34
Jordan 65, Fromberg-Belfry 12
Westby-Grenora 50, Poplar 12


Friday Night High School Volleyball Scores

Saturday, September 24th 2022

Nashua def. Brockton 25-18, 25-6, 25-15
Bainville def. Lustre Christion 25-11, 25-16, 25-19
Froid-Lake def. Richey-Lambert 25-15, 25-13, 25-20


Saturday College Football Schedule

Saturday, September 24th 2022

Montana hosts Portland State
Montana State at Eastern Washington (live on KLTZ: Pregame at 1, kick-off at 2 p.m.)

Mayville State at Dickinson State (live on Mix-93: Pregame at 12:30, kick-off at 1 p.m.)
Montana State-Northern at Rocky Mountain College
Montana Tech at Montana Western
Eastern Oregon at College of Idaho
Southern Oregon at Carroll College


Cunningham Helps DSU To Second Place Finish At Home Meet

Saturday, September 24th 2022

Rocky Mountain College won both the men's and women's team titles at the Shane Grever Invitational Cross Country Meet in Dickinson on Friday. Dickinson State finished second in both races.

Former Scottie Ali Cunningham finished 17th overall, with a time of 21:59 on the 5k course. Cunningham is currently a junior at DSU.


Scottie Volleyball Team Picks Up Conference Win Over Wolf Point

Friday, September 23rd 2022

Glasgow def. Wolf Point 25-13, 13-25, 25-19, 25-11. Scotties move to 3-1 in District 2B play, 3-3 overall

Local Volleyball Scores:

CULBERTSON 3, WESTBY-GRENORA 1
Westby-Grenora;25;11;14;20;
Culbertson;23;25;25;25

SAVAGE 3, PLENTYWOOD 0
Plentywood;17;18;10;
Savage;25;25;25

SCOBEY 3, NASHUA 0
Scobey;25;25;25;
Nashua;14;10;16


Eight Montana Officials Named NFHS Officials Of The Year

Friday, September 23rd 2022

The Montana High School Association has released the names of the 2021-22 National Federation of State High School Association Officials of the Year for Montana.

The list includes Craig Thompson of Billings (boys' basketball), Cory Thompson of Great Falls (girls' basketball), Joel Fuhrmann of Charlo (football), Stephen Boone of Whitefish (boys' soccer), Dan Jankowski of Helena (girls' soccer), Tim Hofferber of Billings (softball), Lea Potoczny of Great Falls (volleyball) and Joe Sol of Missoula (wrestling).

The NFHS Officials' Association annually recognizes officials in each state for the commitment they make to young people who participate in activities throughout the country.

Nominees for this award must exemplify the highest standards of ethical conduct, moral character and carry the endorsement of their respective state high school association, according to a press release from the MHSA.


Efforts Start To Upgrade Glasgow Athletic Facilities

Thursday, September 22nd 2022

Glasgow Schools Activities Director Brenner Flaten was on Live Under The Big Sky on Thursday morning, discussing the need to upgrade Glasgow's football field and track, and the addition of a softball field to GHS.

The track was built more than 40 years ago, and despite many repairs over the years, is showing its age. Normal lifetime for a pavement track is expected to be between 20-25 years. The Scottie football field has sunk in many spots and has become a less than ideal place to play.

To keep athletes safe, and to rejuvenate Scottie Field and modernize the Glasgow High School athletic facilities, a grass roots group has begun an effort called Scottie Field Recharged.

Possible upgrades include:

--NEW All-Weather Post-Tension Concrete Track
--Artificial Turf Football and Softball Fields
--Weight Room Expansion

Scottie Field Recharged Facebook Group

You also may e-mail Scottie Activities Director Brenner Flaten at flaten@mail.glasgow.k12.mt.us

Listen to interview: https://on.soundcloud.com/F8a35


Scottie Activities This Week

Monday, September 19th 2022

Monday Sept. 19th -- JV FB vs. Wolf Point 5:00 PM

Thursday Sept. 22nd -- HS VB @ Wolf Point (C/JV/V)

Thursday Sept. 22nd -- HS/MS XC @ 53rd Annual Frazer Invitational

Friday Sept. 23rd -- HS FB @ Cut Bank

Friday Sept. 23rd -- MS VB vs. Sidney 3:00 PM in Scottie Gymnasium

Friday Sept. 23rd-24th -- HS VB @ Dickinson Invitational

Saturday Sept. 24th -- MS VB @ Harlem Jamboree

Saturday Sept. 24th -- MS FB @ Sidney

Saturday Sept. 24th -- JV FB @ Cut Bank

Saturday Sept. 24th -- HS/MS XC @ Culbertson Invitational


Scottie Volleyball This Week

Monday, September 19th 2022

Scottie Volleyball this week:

Thursday at Wolf Point (C/JV/V starting at 4:30 PM). Game also on the NFHS Network

Friday and Saturday at Dickinson Invitational. Friday’s Pool schedule is attached:


Scottie Cross Country Schedule

Monday, September 19th 2022

Scottie Cross Country team’s will be busy this week:

Thursday at 53rd Annual Frazer Invitational

Saturday at Culbertson Invitational


Scottie Cross Country Teams Host Invitational In Fort Peck

Sunday, September 18th 2022

Scottie Invitational
September 17, 2022

Results are unofficial as we had some runners missed by the timing system

Varsity Girls: Team scores are unofficial Custer Co. 55, Glasgow 65, Havre 72, Poplar 83, Scobey 130, Culbertson 143, Chinook 145, Richey/Lambert 214, Brockton 226, Dodson NS, Fort Benton NS, Frazer NS, Harlem NS, Hinsdale NS, Malta NS, Rocky Boy NS, Westby/Grenora NS, Whitewater NS
Tanae Baker 1st 19:37.05
Emily See 2nd 19:45.88
Kimber Dulaney 16th 22:03.00
Riley Evenson-Glasoe 22nd 23:16.91
Kheyerah Bilger 28th 23:26.62
Caylen Jankowski 32nd 24:19.35
Haylly Turner 42nd 25:33.04

JV Girls
Mary Dykema 6th 27:12.39
Josie Kemp 11th 29:01.85
Eve Stone 15th 34:29.47

Varsity Boys: Team scores are unofficial Custer Co. 44, Glasgow 45, Havre 65, Poplar 83, Fort Benton 120, Scobey 129, Brockton NS, Chinook NS, Culbertson NS, Frazer NS, Harlem NS, Hays Lodge Pole NS, Hinsdale NS, Malta NS, Nashua NS, Richey/Lambert NS, Rocky Boy NS, Westby/Grenora NS, Wolf Point NS

Reed Larsen 2nd 16:42.03
Kyler Holinde 7th 18:09.92
Lane Thompson 14th 19:14.31
KJ Ingram 17th 19:17.78
Ted See 21st 20:20.69
Eli Feezell 29th 21:09.51
Kyler Whitman 44th 22:53.50

JV Boys
Adam Mickelson 4th 21:30.00
James Seekins 5th 21:43.14
Jordan Cook 11th 22:56.36
Owen Thompson 12th 23:21.33
Malin Beck 14th 23:52.10
Dylan Hlad 19th 26:00.86

Next at Frazer on Thursday and Culbertson on Saturday


Scottie Volleyball Results

Sunday, September 18th 2022

Scotties are now 1-1 in conference play, 2-3 overall

Friday:
Plentywood def. Glasgow 12-25, 22-25, 25-14, 25-18, 15-13

Saturday:
Glasgow def. Poplar 25-18, 25-21, 25-7


Prep Football Scores

Sunday, September 18th 2022


Montana high school football

Thursday

Fairview 78, Poplar 8

Helena 42, Missoula Hellgate 15

Friday

Big Sandy 56, Power-Dutton-Brady 0

Big Timber 32, Columbus 12

Bigfork 54, Cut Bank 8

Billings Central 35, Havre 0

Billings West 14, Great Falls 0

Bozeman 49, Belgrade 6

Bozeman Gallatin 14, Billings Senior 10

Bridger 62, Richey-Lambert 20

Broadview-Lavina 34, Shields Valley 26

Butte 40, Kalispell Flathead 0

Centerville 64, Harlowton-Ryegate-Judith Gap 28

Choteau 40, Deer Lodge 0

Columbia Falls 49, Libby 7

Culbertson 44, Scobey 14

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 61, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Darby 40, Victor 12

Drummond-Philipsburg 60, Charlo 24

East Helena 47, Browning 13

Ekalaka 36, Westby-Grenora 34 (OT)

Ennis 34, Simms 26

Eureka 47, Conrad 6

Fairfield 12, Thompson Falls 0

Forsyth 22, Park City 12

Frenchtown 38, Corvallis 0

Glasgow 2, Roundup 0 (forfeit)

Great Falls CMR 63, Billings Skyview 0

Hamilton 42, Butte Central 0

Helena Capital 56, Missoula Big Sky 7

Highwood 38, Hobson-Moore 7

Huntley Project 42, Anaconda 15

Jefferson 34, Florence-Carlton 27

Joliet 68, Broadus 0

Jordan 24, Gardiner 0

Lewistown 24, Laurel 3

Lockwood 49, Sidney 19

Lodge Grass 26, Lame Deer 20

Lone Peak 47, Cascade 42

Malta 24, Shepherd 19

Miles City 32, Glendive 0

Missoula Loyola 41, Red Lodge 0

Missoula Sentinel 38, Kalispell Glacier 31

Polson 47, Ronan 12

Shelby 2, Hays-Lodgepole 0 (forfeit)

Sheridan 33, Seeley-Swan 32

St. Ignatius 72, Arlee 22

Superior 68, Valley Christian 20

Townsend 39, Manhattan 0

Twin Bridges 30, Lima 18

Whitefish 33, Stevensville 6

Whitehall 42, Three Forks 14

Wolf Point 38, Colstrip 14

Saturday

Bainville 60, Box Elder 26

Denton- Geyser- Stanford-Geraldine 46, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 42

Froid-Lake 45, Roy-Winifred 19

Hot Springs 41, White Sulphur Springs 6

Noxon 68, West Yellowstone 39


406mtsports.com High School Football Poll

Friday, September 16th 2022

High school football

406mtsports.com rankings

Sept. 13

Class AA
1. Missoula Sentinel (3-0)

2. Helena Capital (3-0)

3. Kalispell Glacier (3-0) (+2)

4. Great Falls CMR (2-1) (+2)

5. Billings West (1-2) (+1)

Class A
1. Hamilton (3-0)

2. Laurel (3-0)

3. Lewistown (3-0)

4. Billings Central (3-0)

5. Polson (3-0)

Class B
1. Florence-Carlton (3-0)

2. Bigfork (2-0) (+2)

3. Townsend (2-1) (+2)

4. Huntley Project (3-0) (+2)

5. Jefferson (2-1) (+3)

6. Columbus (2-1) (-4)

7. Three Forks (2-1) (-4)

8. Malta (2-1) (+2)

9. Manhattan (2-1) (+2)

10. Eureka (2-1) (+1)

8-Man
1. Drummond-Philipsburg (3-0)

2. Belt (3-0)

3. Joliet (1-0)

4. Chinook (3-0)

5. Ennis (3-0)

6. Cascade (2-0) (+1)

7. Charlo (3-0) (+1)

8. St. Ignatius (3-0) (+1)

9. Fairview (2-1) (+2)

10. Culbertson (2-1) (+1)

6-Man
1. Broadview-Lavina (3-0)

2. Big Sandy (3-0)

3. Chester-Joplin-Inverness (3-0)

4. Bridger (2-1)

5. Savage (3-0)

6. Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine (3-0)

7. Power-Dutton-Brady (3-0) (+1)

8. Jordan (3-0) (+1)

9. Centerville (2-1) (-2)

10. Custer-Hysham-Melstone (2-1) (+1)


Scottie Volleyball Team Drops Match To Fairview

Friday, September 16th 2022

FAIRVIEW 3, GLASGOW 1

Fairview;25;23;25;25;
Glasgow;16;25;21;20;

FAIRVIEW: Aces – Britta Poulsen 6. Assists – Kambre Kloker 12. Digs – Allison Axtman 7. Kills – Emily Johnson 9; Kallee Hopes 9. Blocks – Emily Johnson 11.

GLASGOW: Aces – Carly Nelson 3. Assists – Daley Aune 15. Digs – Carly Nelson 15. Kills – Carly Nelson 7. Blocks – Ava Lloyd 5.


Roundup Forfeits Football Game With Scotties

Thursday, September 15th 2022

News Release From Glasgow High School:

We have been notified by Roundup High School that they will need to forfeit this Friday night’s Varsity football game in Glasgow.

The Panthers have low numbers this season and are dealing with player illness this week.

The 3-1 Scotties will back in action next Friday night at Cut Bank.


Glasgow Scottie Activity Schedule For This Week

Monday, September 12th 2022

Monday Sept. 12th -- JV Football vs. Sidney 5:00 PM

Tuesday Sept. 13th -- GHS College Fair in Scottie Gymnasium

Wednesday Sept. 14th -- Aim Higher Student Workshop @ Sidney

Thursday Sept. 15th -- HS VB vs. Fairview (JV/V) 5:00 PM

Friday Sept. 16th -- HS VB @ Plentywood (C/JV/V)

Friday Sept. 16th -- HS FB vs. Roundup 7:00 PM

Saturday Sept. 17th -- HS VB @ Poplar (C/JC/V)

Saturday Sept. 17th -- HS/MS XC at Glasgow Invitational in Ft. Peck 10:00 AM

Saturday Sept. 17th -- MS FB @ Lewistown Jamboree

Saturday Sept. 17th -- MS VB @ Scobey Jamboree


College Football Scoreboard

Sunday, September 11th 2022

Montana State 63, Morehead State 13
University of Montana 24, South Dakota 7
Washington 52, Portland State 6
Wyoming 33, Northern Colorado 10
Northern Arizona 10, Sam Houston 3
Weber State 35, Utah State 7
Indiana 35, Idaho 22
Sand Diego State 38, Idaho State 7
Oregon 70, Eastern Washington 14
South Dakota State 24, UC Davis 22


Prep Football Scores

Sunday, September 11th 2022

Montana high school football

Thursday

Billings West 16, Bozeman Gallatin 15

Kalispell Glacier 55, Missoula Big Sky 14

Friday

Arlee 22, Darby 20

Belt 42, Fort Benton 8

Big Timber 58, Colstrip 34

Bigfork 55, Conrad 6

Billings Central 47, Glendive 6

Billings Senior 30, Billings Skyview 0

Bonners Ferry, Id 37, Libby 7

Bozeman 24, Great Falls 14

Broadview-Lavina 37, Bridger 34

Cascade 52, Deer Lodge 14

Chinook 40, Shelby 18

Columbia Falls 44, Ronan 16

Denton- Geyser- Stanford-Geraldine 20, Froid-Lake 14

Dillon 45, Corvallis 6

Drummond-Philipsburg 50, Lone Peak 19

Ennis 52, Sheridan 0

Eureka 34, Fairfield 16

Fairview 64, Circle 30

Florence-Carlton 37, Cut Bank 0

Glasgow 18, Baker 6

Great Falls CMR 63, Belgrade 6

Hamilton 27, Frenchtown 20

Havre 35, Hardin 0

Helena 41, Butte 35

Helena Capital 51, Kalispell Flathead 14

Highwood 35, Harlowton-Ryegate-Judith Gap 26

Hot Springs 40, Twin Bridges 6

Jefferson 42, Whitehall 7

Laurel 31, Sidney 6

Lewistown 63, Livingston 6

Malta 20, Red Lodge 0

Manhattan 36, Columbus 14

Miles City 54, Lockwood 13

Missoula Sentinel 45, Missoula Hellgate 0

Noxon 44, Lima 6

Park City 58, St. Labre 0

Polson 36, East Helena 13

Power-Dutton-Brady 37, White Sulphur Springs 7

Roy-Winifred 55, Hobson-Moore 0

Savage 61, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Shepherd 20, Thompson Falls 0

Shields Valley 46, Fromberg-Belfry 8

St. Ignatius 70, Valley Christian 12

Stevensville 50, Browning 0

Superior 78, Troy 26

Townsend 35, Three Forks 6

Whitefish 34, Butte Central 20

Wolf Point 48, Roundup 6

Saturday

Bainville 30, Absarokee 6

Big Sandy 77, Sunburst 6

Charlo 42, Victor 8

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 64, Centerville 26

Culbertson 62, Ekalaka 6

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 68, Wibaux 12

Jordan 36, Richey-Lambert 34

Huntley Project 44, Missoula Loyola 7

Simms 52, Choteau 0

Valier 47, North Star 34


Scottie Volleyball Picks Up Conference Win Over Harlem

Sunday, September 11th 2022

Glasgow def. Harlem 25-13, 25-8, 25-15.

Scotties move to 1-1 in conference play with a road sweep over the Lady Wildcats


Dickinson State Falls To 0-2 With Loss To Montana-Western

Sunday, September 11th 2022

Dickinson State dropped its first road game of the 2022 season, 35-14, to #17 University of Montana Western on Saturday. The loss moves the Blue Hawks to 0-2 on the season.

After a DSU punt on their opening posession, the Bulldogs jumped out to a 7-0 lead on a 19 yard rush from All-Frontier QB Jon Jund with 9:08 left in the first quarter. The Blue Hawks ran 10 plays on their next drive, but only gained 16 yards, and ultimately gave UMW the ball back when QB Aaron White was sacked and stripped of the football and the recovery was returned to the DSU 25. One play later, the Bulldogs had extended their lead to 14-0 on a pass from Jund to Dylan Shipley.

After another DSU punt, Jayden Heartwell gave the Blue Hawks their first spark by forcing a fumble, and recovering it, on Montana Western's first play. A 24-yard completion to Noah Sickler on 3rd and long gave the Blue Hawks the ball on the UMW 22, and RB Riley Linder took the next play to the house for a 22-yard touchdown run, cutting the lead to 14-7.

A 4-play drive by Montana Western on their next possession ended with a punt that was returned for a touchdown by DSU's electric return man, Isaiah Kludt, knotting the score at 14-14 at the end of the first quarter.

Unfortunately for the Blue Hawks, this was all the offense could muster against a strong Bulldog defense, as UMW scored the next 21 points unanswered for the final score.

QB Aaron White finished the game 22-41 for 222 yards and 1 INT. Riley Linder led the Blue Hawk rushing attack with 67 yards and a TD on 13 carries. Noah Sickler had 93 yards on 5 receptions to lead the receivers.

Keaton Meschke had 14 tackles, including 2 sacks, to lead the Blue Hawk defense. Jayden Heartwell added an interception to his forced fumble, and recovery, and 10 tackles in an impressive outing. Riley O'Donnell added a sack, and Nathaniel Jilek and Matt Anderson added 0.5 sacks to round out the DSU defense.

Overall, the Bulldogs outgained the Blue Hawks 414-296. UMW won the turnover battle, 3-2, by forcing 2 fumbles and 1 interception.

WHATS NEXT

The Blue Hawks return to action next Saturday, September 17, on the road at Valley City State in the NSAA Conference opener for both teams. The game will be at 2:00 PM MT.


Friday Football Scoreboard

Saturday, September 10th 2022

Arlee 22, Darby 20

Belt 42, Fort Benton 8

Big Timber 58, Colstrip 34

Bigfork 55, Conrad 6

Billings Central 47, Glendive 6

Billings Senior 30, Billings Skyview 0

Bonners Ferry, Id 37, Libby 7

Bozeman 24, Great Falls 14

Broadus 0, Lodge Grass 0

Broadview-Lavina 37, Bridger 34

Cascade 52, Deer Lodge 14

Chinook 40, Shelby 18

Columbia Falls 44, Ronan 16

Dillon 45, Corvallis 6

Drummond-Philipsburg 50, Lone Peak 19

Ennis 52, Sheridan 0

Eureka 34, Fairfield 16

Fairview 64, Circle 30

Florence-Carlton 37, Cut Bank 0

Glasgow 18, Baker 6

Great Falls CMR 63, Belgrade 6

Hamilton 27, Frenchtown 20

Havre 35, Hardin 0

Helena 41, Butte 35

Helena Capital 51, Kalispell Flathead 14

Highwood 35, Harlowton-Ryegate-Judith Gap 26

Hot Springs 40, Twin Bridges 6

Jefferson 42, Whitehall 7

Laurel 31, Sidney 6

Lewistown 63, Livingston 6

Malta 20, Red Lodge 0

Manhattan 36, Columbus 14

Miles City 54, Lockwood 13

Missoula Sentinel 45, Missoula Hellgate 0

Noxon 44, Lima 6

Park City 58, St. Labre 0

Polson 36, East Helena 13

Power-Dutton-Brady 37, White Sulphur Springs 7

Savage 61, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Shepherd 20, Thompson Falls 0

Shields Valley 46, Fromberg-Belfry 8

St. Ignatius 70, Valley Christian 12

Stevensville 50, Browning 0

Superior 78, Troy 26

Townsend 35, Three Forks 6

Westby-Grenora 0, Scobey 0

Whitefish 34, Butte Central 20

Wolf Point 48, Roundup 6


Friday Night Volleyball: Glasgow Falls To Malta 3-1; Culbertson Defeats Nashua

Saturday, September 10th 2022

The Scottie volleyball team fell to conference foe Malta on Friday night. It was the home debut for the Scotties this season. Glasgow won the first set, but the M-ettes came back to win the next 3.

Malta def. Glasgow 13-25, 25-22, 25-16, 25-22

Other scores:
Culbertson def. Nashua 25-8, 25-10, 25-14


Scottie Boys And Girls XC Finish In Second Place At Havre

Saturday, September 10th 2022

Both the Scottie girls' and boys' cross country teams finished in 2nd place at the Havre Invitational on Saturday morning. Glasgow's girls finished in 1st and 2nd place as Tanae Baker was the individual champion finishing in a time of 19:30, and she was closely followed by Emily See who finished in 19:38. On the boys' side, Reed Larson won individual honors, as he finished in a time of 16:50. The Scottie Cross Country team will host the Scottie Invitational at Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck next Saturday.

Boys Results:
1. Reed Larson-16:50
4. Kyler Hollinde -17:44
9. Lane Thompson-19:34
14. Eli Feezel -20:45
15. Ted See -20:45
19. Kyler Whitman-21:09
21. Adam Mickelson-21:16
27. James Seekins-21:59
33. Malin Beck-23:03
39. Jordan Cook-23:31
40. Owen Thompson-24:13
50. Dylan Hlad- 25:54
53. Vic Overbey- 25:58

Girls' Results

1. Tanae Baker - 19:30
2. Emily See- 19:38
8. Kimber Dulaney- 22:03
16. Riley Evenson-Glasoe- 24:21
20. Kheryea Bilger- 24:54
21. Caylen Jankowski- 25:01
31. Haylly Turner- 26:35
52. Eve Stone- 33:23


Glasgow Defeats Baker 18-6

Friday, September 9th 2022

In a hard fought, defensive battle of field position, the Scotties would ultimately come out on top by a score of 18-6. Glasgow held a slim, 6-0 lead at halftime on the strength of a 81 yard touchdown pass from Mason Donaldson to Wyatt Babb. The Scotties would strike again in the fourth quarter with a 39 yard TD pass from Donaldson to Morgan Fast, and would ultimately score once more on their way to the 18-6 victory.

The Scotties defense came up big, as Baker advanced the ball inside the 30 yard line on 5 separate occasions, but were only able to come away with 6 points. Glasgow outgained Baker in total offense, as the Scotties finished the game with 269 yards of offense, while Baker would finish with 205. The Scotties were led in rushing by Toryn Richards who finished the game with 18 carries for 75 yards. Mason Donaldson was 2-7 passing on the night for 120 yards coming on those 2 completions, which both went for touchdowns. Wyatt Babb had an 81 yard touchdown reception, while Mo Fast had a 39 yard touchdown for Glasgow.

Glasgow will host Roundup next Friday night in Glasgow.

1st Half 3rd 4th
Glasgow 6 6 6 18
Baker 0 0 0 6

Scoring Plays:

1st Quarter:
Glasgow: Mason Donaldson 77 yard touchdown pass to Wyatt Babb (run failed)

4th Quarter
Glasgow: Morgan Fast 39 yard TD reception from Mason Donaldson (run failed)
Glasgow: Mason Donaldson TD run (PAT failed)

Baker: Jesse Brawley 1 yard TD Run (run failed)


Scottie Schedule This Week

Monday, September 5th 2022

Monday Sept. 5th -- JV FB @ Malta
Tuesday Sept. 6th -- 1st Day of 3rd-6th Grade VB Skills at Irle Gymnasium 4:00 PM
Wednesday Sept. 7th -- 1st Day of 3rd-5th Grade XC Skills at Bundy Park 4:00 PM
Friday Sept. 9th -- MS XC @ Scobey
Friday Sept. 9th -- HS VB vs. Malta 4:30 PM
Friday Sept. 9th -- HS FB @ Baker
Saturday Sept. 10th -- HS VB @ Harlem
Saturday Sept. 10th -- HS XC @ Havre Invitational
Saturday Sept. 10th -- MS FB vs. Glendive 10:00 AM
Saturday Sept. 10th -- MS VB @ Malta Jamboree


College Football Scoreboard

Monday, September 5th 2022

Montana 47, Northwestern State 0
Montana State 40, McNeese State 17

College Of Idaho 21, Rocky Mountain 18
Montana Western 48, Eastern Oregon 14
Southern Oregon 56, Montana State-Northern 6
Montana Tech 26, Carroll 10

Saturday on KLTZ
South Dakota at Montana
11 a.m. pregame
1p.m. kickoff

Saturday on Mix-93
Dickinson State at Montana-Western
12:30 p.m. pregame
1 p.m. kickoff


Scottie XC Boys first Girls second at Poplar

Sunday, September 4th 2022

The Scottie Cross Country team was in Poplar yesterday for the Poplar Invitational. The Scottie boys picked up the team title edging the host team Poplar 37 to 40. Plentywood was third with 63, Scobey 101 and Brockton had 118.
Individually for the Scottie boys it was:
Reed Larsen 2nd 17:13.44
Kyler Holinde 3rd 18:38.02
KJ Ingram 6th 19:50.05
Kyler Whitman 20th 22:00.89
Adam Mickelson 21st 22:17.01
James Seekins 24th 22:35.61
Eli Feezell 25th 22:38.69
Malin Beck 46th 27:20.69

For the girls, Tanae Baker led the Scotties to a second place finish. Poplar won the girls race with a score of 45, Glasgow had 73, Scobey 74, Culbertson 92, Circle 120, Plentywood 143 and Malta 192.
Individually for the Scottie girls:
Tanae Baker 2nd 20:46.81
Kimber Dulaney 14th 25:20.66
Kheyerah Bilger 16th 25:29.65
Haylly Turner 26th 27:38.02
Riley Evenson-Glasoe 31st 28:18.66
Caylen Jankowski 38th 28:54.54
Mary Dykema 40th 29:26.48
Eve Stone 56th 34:34.85
The Scotties will be in Havre on Saturday for the Havre Invitational.


Scottie Volleyball at Chinook Invitational

Sunday, September 4th 2022

The Scottie Volleyball team was in Chinook for the Chinook Invitational on Saturday.
In pool play the:
Scotties defeated Shelby 25-21 and 10 – 8
Roy-Winifred def. Glasgow 25-13, 12-12
Highwood def. Glasgow 25-24, 15-8
In the tournament bracketing:
Glasgow def. Cut Bank 25-22, 25-19
In the semi-finals
Highwood def. Glasgow 21-25, 25-24, 4-3
The Scotties will host Malta on Friday and then travel to Harlem on Saturday as they get their conference action started.


Saturday Football scores

Sunday, September 4th 2022

Belt 50, Broadus 8

Centerville 45, White Sulphur Springs 6

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 45, Bainville 20

Circle 40, Westby-Grenora 8

Custer-Hysham-Melstone 62, Highwood 25

Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine 62, Noxon 19

North Star 52, Great Falls Central 16

Savage 62, Twin Bridges 0

Sunburst 52, Box Elder 38


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, September 3rd 2022

Anaconda 20, Conrad 12
Baker 47, Wolf Point 27
Bigfork 21, Jefferson 14
Billings Central 42, Miles City 13
Broadview-Lavina 52, Froid-Lake 6
Chinook 46, Park City 6
Choteau 6, Sheridan 0
Columbus 36, Shepherd 14
Culbertson 62, Poplar 12
Eureka 21, Cut Bank 0
Fairview 52, Plentywood 14
Florence-Carlton 34, Townsend 31
Lewistown 24, Havre 7
Manhattan 32, Missoula Loyola 13
Red Lodge 29, Big Timber 17
Shields Valley 36, Richey-Lambert 12
Sidney 42, Livingston 6
Three Forks 30, Thompson Falls 8
Whitehall 17, Fairfield 14


Friday Night Volleyball

Saturday, September 3rd 2022

Plentywood 3, Nashua 0 (25-15, 25-15, 25-10)
Culbertson 3, Frazer 0
Fairview 3, Bainville 0
Broadus 3, Circle 1


McKean Makes Debut With Lady Griz

Saturday, September 3rd 2022

Glasgow's Iris McKean had a great start for the Lady Grizzly cross country team, as the squad traveled to Bozeman on Friday night.

Returner Beatrix Frissell was Montana's top finisher overall, placing seventh out of 25 female runners (19:12). She was followed closely behind by teammates Iris McKean (19:50, 10th) and Kayla Ingraham (19:53, 11th), who both cracked 20 minutes. McKean, a freshman, was making her collegiate debut.

Jaylyn Hallgrimson (20:10, 13th), Bridget Boyle (20:50, 16th), Abby Sherwood (21:16, 21st) and Leah Gath (22:45, 24th) rounded out the Grizzly runners

The Grizzlies will be back in Bozeman in two weeks.


College Football Schedule

Saturday, September 3rd 2022

Saturday:
Northwestern State vs Montana on KLTZ
11 a.m. Pregame
1 p.m. Kickoff

McNeese State vs Montana State on KLTZ
5 p.m. Pregame
6 p.m. Kickoff

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


Huntley Project Defeats Scotties 42-14

Friday, September 2nd 2022

The Huntley Project Red Devils defeated the Glasgow Scotties by a score of 42-14 at Scottie Field in Glasgow on Saturday night. The Red Devils relied on a stout defense and a strong rushing attack on their way to the non-conference victory. Huntley Project blocked a punt early in the game, and their strong defense forced Scottie turnovers, which put the Red Devils in great field position often in the contest.

Huntley Project's rushing attack was led by David Wolfield who finished the game with 133 yards on 11 carries and a touchdown. Grady Schmidt also carried the ball 14 times for 70 yards and 2 touchdowns, while Garret Shawley finished the game with 80 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns as well. Huntley Project quarterback Jay Cook finished the game with 108 yards through the air.

Glasgow was led offensively by Mo Fast who finished the game with 92 total yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Mason Donaldson was 8-21 passing with 78 yards passing in the contest. Donaldson also finished the game with 45 rushing yards and a touchdown, while Tatum Hansen finished the game with 15 carries for 37 yards. Huntley Project finished the game with 397 yards of total offense, while the Scotties finished with 249.

Glasgow's record moves to 1-1, while Huntley Project is now 2-0 on the young season. Glasgow will travel to Baker next Friday night to face the Spartans, while Huntley Project will host Missoula Loyola at home next Saturday.

1Q Half 3Q Final

Huntley Project 7 16 28 42
Glasgow 0 0 6 14


Scoring Plays:

1st Quarter

Huntley Project: Garret Shawley 8 yard run (Brett Hassler Kick)- 6:29

2nd Quarter

Huntley Project: Hassler 35 yard Field Goal- 10:11
Huntley Project: David Wolfield 70 yard pass from Jay Cook (kick failed) - :40

3rd Quarter

Huntley Project: Grady Schmidt 5 yard run (kick failed)- 7:35
Huntley Project: Grady Schmidt 5 yard run (kick failed)-6:31
Glasgow: Mason Donaldson 4 yard run (pass failed)- 3:27

4th Quarter:

Huntley Project: Shawley 11 yard run (Hassler Kick)- 11:55
Huntley Project: Jay Cook 1 yard run (Hassler Kick)- 2:46
Glasgow: Mo Fast 61 yard pass from Donaldson (Tatum Hansen run)- 1:06



Scottie Activities Schedule

Monday, August 29th 2022

Monday Aug. 29th -- JV Football @ Glendive

Friday Sept. 2nd -- C/JV Volleyball vs. Lustre 5:00 PM

Friday Sept. 2nd -- MS Volleyball @ Sidney

Friday Sept. 2nd -- HS Football vs. Huntley Project 7:00 PM

Saturday Sept. 3rd -- HS Volleyball @ Chinook Invitational

Saturday Sept. 3rd -- HS/MS Cross Country @ Poplar Invitational

Saturday Sept. 3rd -- MS Football @ Malta Jamboree

Saturday Sept. 3rd -- MS Volleyball @ Wolf Point Jamboree


Kltz Sports Schedule This Week

Monday, August 29th 2022

Thursday on Kltz
Dickinson State vs Black Hills State University
5:30pm pregame
6pm kickoff

Friday on Kltz
Huntley Project at Glasgow
6:50pm pregame
7pm kickoff

Saturday on Kltz
Northwestern State vs Montana Griz
11am pregame
1pm kickoff

Saturday on Kltz
McNeese State at Montana State
5pm pregame
6pm kickoff


Scotties Down Colstrip 56-6

Sunday, August 28th 2022

In their season opener, the Glasgow Scotties defeated the Colstrip Colts, in a class B football game played at Scottie Field in Glasgow on Saturday night. The Scotties would strike early in this game, as they came out of the gates hot, scoring 4 touchdowns in the opening quarter, building a 30-0 lead, and then never looked back. Glasgow's special teams aided the Scottie scoring in the 1st quarter, as they blocked 2 punts in that quarter, to give the offense outstanding field position. Glasgow would add 3 more touchdowns, and a safety on their way to the 56-6 victory.

Colstrip's offense was led by Trevon Bradley who was 8-11 passing for 2 yards with 1 interception. Bradley also had 74 yards on the ground for the Colts, Zaden Heck finished the game with 11 carries for 60 yards rushing as well.

Quarterback Mason Donaldson finished the game 4-11 passing in the game for 81 yards and 2 touchdowns, and rushed for 27 yards and 2 more touchdowns. Toryn Richards led the Scottie ground attack, finishing the game with 114 yards on 9 carries, while Tatum Hansen, Mo Fast, and Kai Gamas all had rushing touchdowns for the Scotties. Fast and Babb each had a touchdown reception for Glasgow as well.

Glasgow moves their record to 1-0, and will host Huntley Project at home at Scottie Field next Friday night.

1Q Half 3Q Final
Colstrip 0 6 6 6
Glasgow 30 40 48 56

Scoring Plays:

1st Quarter
Glasgow: Tatum Hansen 1 yard run (Richards Run)- 10:00
Glasgow: Mason Donaldson 19 yard run (Wyatt Babb pass from Donaldson)- 6:42
Glasgow: Mason Donaldson 4 yard run (Toryn Richards run)- 4:48
Glasgow: Mo Fast 30 yard reception from Donaldson (run failed)- :25

2nd Quarter
Colstrip: Zaden Heck 3 yard run (run failed)- 7:00
Glasgow: Safety (Trevon Bradley sacked in end zone by Wyatt Babb)- 5:00
Glasgow: Wyatt Babb 25 yard reception from Donaldson (Richards run)- 2:44

3rd Quarter
Glasgow: Ashton Potter 17 yd Reception from Donaldson (Richards run)- 8:11

4th Quarter
Glasgow: Kai Gamas 23 yard run (Nick Solorzano pass from Gamas)- 6:54



Scottie Girls Go 3-9 At Choteau Invitational

Sunday, August 28th 2022

Friday Results:
Choteau def. Glasgow 20-21, 21-19
Bigfork def. Glasgow 17-21, 21-16, 3-1
Townsend def. Glasgow 21-16, 21-14
Three Forks def. Glasgow 14-21, 21-13
Cut Bank def. Glasgow 21-11, 20-21
Glasgow def. Florence Carlton 21-20, 21-16
Choteau def. Glasgow 21-20, 21-18

Saturday Results:
Scotties split with Manhattan Christian 21-19, 16-21
Scotties lose to Manhattan 21-12, 21-18
Scotties beat Fairfield 21-12, 19-21
Glasgow loses to Simms. 18-21, 20-21
Florence Carlton def. Glasgow 21-16, 21-10


Saturday Prep Football Scores

Sunday, August 28th 2022

Saturday


Saturday


Belt 30, Fairview 12

Centerville 28, North Star 7

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 59, Wibaux 12

Chinook 38, Culbertson 32

Froid-Lake 49, Custer-Hysham-Melstone 48

Glasgow 56, Colstrip 6

Joliet 42, Scobey 6

Power-Dutton-Brady 34, West Yellowstone 13

Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 27, Reed Point-Rapelje 0

Savage 66, Fromberg-Belfry 0

Shelby 38, Circle 32

Fort Benton 42, Park City 28



Frontier Conference Scores

Sunday, August 28th 2022

Montana Tech 38, Eastern Oregon 3
College of Idaho 31, MSU-Northern 3
No. 19 Rocky 27, Southern Oregon 10
Carroll College 16, Montana Western 10


Billings Invitational Cross Country Results

Saturday, August 27th 2022

Scottie Girls finish in 12th place out of 29 schools at the Billings Invitational with a 279 team score.
Top 3 teams: Hardin 43, Cody 82, Gallatin 105

Emily See 9th, 20:12
Tanae Baker 22nd, 20:52
Kimber Dulaney 87th, 23:40
Kheyerah Bilger 112th, 25:38
Haylly Turner, 123rd, 26:46

JV
Riley Evenson-Glasoe 108th, 29:33
Caylen Jankowski 110th, 29:35
Eve Stone 171st, 36:34

Scottie Boys finish in 17th place out of 29 schools at the Billings Invitational with a 415 team score.
Top 3 teams: Sheridan 79, Billings West 114, Gallatin 135

Reed Larsen 12th place, 17:07
Kyler Holinde 37th, 18:06
Eli Feezell 137th, 21:53
Ted See 144th, 22:44
Adam Mickelson 146th, 22:51

JV (team finished 16th of 22)
KJ Ingram 40th, 20:44
Kyler Whitman 105th, 23:19
James Seekins 118th, 23:52
Owen Thompson 179th, 26:56
Malin Beck 191st, 29:02


Friday Results From Choteau Invitational Volleyball Tournament

Saturday, August 27th 2022

Choteau def. Glasgow 20-21, 21-19
Bigfork def. Glasgow 17-21, 21-16, 3-1
Townsend def. Glasgow 21-16, 21-14
Three Forks def. Glasgow 14-21, 21-13
Cut Bank def. Glasgow 21-11, 20-21
Glasgow def. Florence Carlton 21-20, 21-16
Choteau def. Glasgow 21-20, 21-18


Friday Night Football Scores

Saturday, August 27th 2022

Big Timber 17, Shepherd 7
Bonners Ferry, Id 14, Eureka 0
Columbus 48, Roundup 7
Florence-Carlton 30, Manhattan 0
Havre 13, Sidney 7
Huntley Project 21, Malta 0
Jefferson 35, Baker 0
Jordan 48, Absarokee 0
Lewistown 44, Glendive 12
Miles City 58, Hardin 14
Richey-Lambert 35, Harlowton-Ryegate 32
Three Forks 20, Red Lodge 6
Townsend 58, Thompson Falls 24
Westby-Grenora 20, Forsyth 18
Whitehall 38, Anaconda 0


Scottie Activities This Week

Monday, August 22nd 2022

Monday Aug. 22nd -- Red and White Volleyball Game at Scottie Gymnasium 5:00 PM

Monday Aug. 22nd -- Red & White Cross Country 1 Mile Run at Scottie Field 6:00 PM

Monday Aug. 22nd -- Red and White Football Game at Scottie Field 6:30 PM

Friday Aug. 26th -- HS Cross Country @ Billings Invitational

Friday Aug. 26th -- MS Cross Country @ Wolf Point Invitational

Friday Aug. 26th-27th -- HS Volleyball @ Choteau Invitational

Saturday Aug. 27th -- Glasgow MS Football Jamboree at Scottie Field 9:00 AM

Saturday Aug. 27th -- Glasgow MS Volleyball Jamboree at Scottie Gymnasium 9:00 AM

Saturday Aug. 27th -- C/JV Volleyball @ Malta Invitational

Saturday Aug. 27th -- HS Football vs. Colstrip 6:00 PM


GRD Registration Now Open For Soccer And Football

Wednesday, August 17th 2022

Registration is now open for the 2022 Outdoor Soccer Program sponsored by the Glasgow Recreation Department.
Please turn in forms by Sept. 2nd, 2022.
Grades: Preschool - 6th Grade
Fee (On or before Sept. 2nd): $25.00
Fee (After Sept. 2nd): $35.00
Games will be played Monday and Tuesday evenings at Hoyt Park starting Sept. 12th - Oct. 4th.
Any questions call 228-8341

3/4 Grade and 5/6 Grade Youth Football sponsored by the Glasgow Recreation Department
No Cleat League
Equipment checkout for the 5th and 6th grade will be September 6th at the GRD from 5-7P.M.
First game will be September 13th at 5:30P.M. at Sullivan Park
Forms will be delivered to schools and are available at the Glasgow Rec. Dept.
Please turn in forms to the Glasgow Rec. Dept. by September 2nd, 2022
Fee: $45.00 for 5th and 6th grade.
Fee: $25.00 for 3th and 4th grade.
Any questions call 228-8341


Winners From 2022 Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble

Monday, August 15th 2022

Results from the 2022 Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble played August 13th at Sunnyside Country Club in Glasgow. 21 teams participated in the 18 hole tournament.

1st place gross $1800-Team (Joel Smith, Todd Truscott, Jake Hughes, Scott markle0
1st place net $1800-Team (Pete Helland, Chris Helland, Wayne Mickelson, Sam Schultz)
2nd place net $1200-Team (Jed Kirkland, Billy Alstead, Kerry Money, Kevin Hohlen)
3rd place net $800 -Team (Nate Hopstad, Taylor Hopstad, Tyler Fox, Josh Sillerud)
Bottom Bouncers $200 (Zack Garsjo, Rocky Zimdars, Dennis Zimdars, Ron Wold)

Raffle Winners:
Yetti Backpack-Arleen Archambeault
Yetti Hopper-Andy Newton
Stand Up Paddle Board-Taylor Hopstad
2 Round trip Cape Air Tickets-Andy Newton
Robyn’s Nest Basket-Carlyle Garsjo

50/50 Winner: $480 Heather Fox
½ Donated to VC Pool Fund In Honor of Terry Colbrese


Scottie Cross Country Gets Under Way Early Friday Morning

Friday, August 12th 2022

Scottie Cross Country season got underway early Friday morning with the traditional 12:01 AM team run!

We had 20 student-athletes at the first practice. 10 Girls. 10 Boys.

There is still time to join the squad. Next practice Saturday at 7:30 AM. Meet at the civic center.


Wolf Point School District Hiring New Head Boys' Basketball Coach

Thursday, August 11th 2022

Story credit to https://www.northernplainsindependent.com/

The Wolf Point School District is now in the position of having to find a new head boys’ basketball coach.

School officials have received the resignation of Cameron McCormick. He was hired in June to serve as the basketball coach and a social studies teacher.

“We wish him the best of luck in the future, and we will move on,” Wolf Point’s athletic director Eric Peterson said. “We’re moving forward to find a new coach.”

A committee interviewed other candidates for the position before making the recommendation of hiring McCormick.

McCormick’s coaching history includes Lodge Grass’ girls’ basketball, Rocky Boy’s girls’ basketball, Northern Cheyenne’s girls’ basketball and Absarokee’s boys’ basketball.

Before the school board made the decision to hire McCormick, there was discussion about his many coaching stops. Trustee Bif Loucks questioned how invested McCormick will be in Wolf Point’s schools.
“As far as coaching and teaching, it’s a double whammy,” Loucks said. “I think he’s been at six schools in six years.”


Mandatory All-Sports Parent Meeting Set For August 11th

Friday, August 5th 2022

Mandatory All-Sports Parent Meeting is NEXT Thursday August 11th at 7:00 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.

The meeting is required for parent/guardians of any GHS or GMS student-athlete that plans to participate in a sport this school year.

Mandatory HS and MS Fall Sports (FB, XC, VB, & Cheer) Parent-Coach meetings are also that evening at GHS.

The GHS office will open for fee payments at 5:30 PM that evening.

There will be NO sports registration paperwork this year as we are moving to 100% ONLINE. Online payments will also be available. Stay tuned for further information


Glasgow High School And Middle Schools Moving To Online Sports Fee Payments

Friday, August 5th 2022

BIG Changes coming to Athletic Registration for the 2022-23 school year!

Glasgow High School and Glasgow Middle School will be using DragonFly Athletics as we have transitioned to 100 percent online registration. We will also be taking sports fee payments through Dragonfly!

Hard copies of athletic paperwork will no longer be accepted. (This includes your child’s Athletic Physical). Student Athletes will NOT be able to practice without ALL forms completed in DragonFly. The GHS and GMS offices will still take cash or check payment for athletic fees and we can apply those to your child’s DragonFly account.

Mandatory All-Sports Parent Meeting is Thursday August 11th 7:00 PM at GHS.
High School Sports Practices start Friday August 12th.
Middle School Sports and GHS Cheer practices start Monday August 15th.

Please DON’T WAIT to complete these requirements.

Parents, please follow the instructions in the .pdf file to get started ASAP.

Click here to begin: www.dragonflymax.com


Robert's Run Is Saturday

Friday, August 5th 2022

Please join us to Remember Robert and raise money for the Play Like Robert Foundation which provides resources to make an impact upon our children's lives and our local communities (including Glasgow).

The Leonardi and Yoakam families appreciate you all continuing to remember our sweet, active Robert. (Robert was the son of Phil and Alyce (Yoakam) Leonardi and grandson of Mark & Joy Yoakam)

While Robert’s Run is held in Hamilton on August 6th, we will be supporting the event here in Glasgow as well!
How to participate:
Register online
Click “Virtual Race” or “Play Like Robert”
($29/person and discounted family pricing)

Show up at the Glasgow Track on Saturday August 6th, 2022 by 9am. We will get together to walk, run, and play! We plan to have cornhole boards and outside fun set up for those who would rather “Play Like Robert” instead of walk or run.

Hope to see you there!

Want to know more about Robert and the Foundation created in his loving memory?
https://www.playlikerobert.org/


GHS Concussion Testing August 8-12

Friday, August 5th 2022

Concussion testing is at Glasgow High School will be 10-2 Monday - Friday, August 8-12th in room 6 at the high school.


8th Annual Paint Run/Walk Is August 13th

Thursday, August 4th 2022

The 8th Annual Paint Run/Walk is Sat. Aug. 13th with registration at 8a.m., Run/Walk begins at 9a.m. This is sponsored by Glasgow Recreation Department & GHS Student Council.

All participants are required to check-in prior to the race at the Glasgow Civic Center staging area. Participants are asked to wear a white t-shirt & the race will be held on schedule regardless of weather conditions. Alcohol is not permitted. Proceeds will benefit Warriors On The Water.

Entry Fee: $25 Early Bird Entry goes through Mon. Aug. 8th, after that entry fees go to $30. Entry Fee Includes a Paint Run/Walk Race T-Shirt. Send entries to: Rod Karst, 54271 US Hwy 2 East #28, Glasgow, MT 59230 or drop them off at the Glasgow Recreation Department.


Colbrese Cup Red Ball Golf Scramble Is August 13th

Thursday, August 4th 2022

Get your four-person team together for the annual Colbrese Cup Red Ball Golf Scramble!

The competition will be at the SunnySide Golf Course on Saturday, August 13th. Calcutta starts at 9 a.m. followed by a shot gun start at 9:30.

Lunch and dinner is included in your entry, and golfers will get free beer and water on every hole.

Prizes include a $50 cash prize on every hole and a $500 cash prize on holes 4 & 6!

For more information contact Sunnyside or the Glasgow Chamber.