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Glendive Wins Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Title

Monday, July 26th 2021

The Glendive Blue Devils defeated the Laurel Dodgers 14-2 to claim the championship of the Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tourney on Sunday.

The Blue Devils went 4-0 in the tourney to claim the championship despite being the #4 seed coming in to the tourney played in Glasgow.

Glendive defeated Glasgow, Laurel, Miles City and the Laurel Dodgers for a second time to win the tourney title.

Earlier in the day on Sunday, Laurel beat Miles City 13-8 for the right to advance to the championship game.

Both Glendive and Laurel will advance to the State Class A Legion Tourney this weekend in Havre.


Saturday Results From Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tourney

Sunday, July 25th 2021

Saturday

Laurel 8, Billings Cardinals 3 (LO)
Glasgow 12, Billings Blue Jays 11 (8 innings) (LO)
Glendive 6, Miles City 4 (SF)
Laurel 4, Glasgow 3 (LO)

Sunday

Laurel vs Miles City 10am (LO)
Glendive vs winner of Laurel/Miles City 12:30pm


Friday Results From Eastern A District Tourney

Saturday, July 24th 2021

Eastern A District Baseball
Friday Results:
9am- Billings Cardinals 7, Froid 4. (LO)
11:30am- Glasgow 11, Wolf Point 1 (LO)
2pm- Miles City 9, Billings Blue Jays 8
5pm- Glendive 11, Laurel 10

Saturday Pairings:

9am- Laurel vs Billings Cardinals (LO)
11:30am- Billings Blue Jays vs Glasgow (LO)
2pm- Miles City vs Glendive
5pm- winners of 9am and 11:30 games


Thursday Results From Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tourney

Friday, July 23rd 2021

Thursday Results Eastern A Legion Tourney

Billings Blue Jays 8, Billings Cardinals 4
Miles City 7, Froid 3
Laurel 10, Wolf Point 0
Glendive 14, Glasgow 10

Friday Pairings:

9am- Billings Cardinals vs Froid (LO)
11:30am- Glasgow vs Wolf Point (LO)
2pm- Billings Blue Jays vs Miles City
5pm- Glendive vs Laurel


GRD Co-Ed Softball Scores

Thursday, July 22nd 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, July 21st 2021

Protein Sticks def. Dinks via forfeit
5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Dinks via forfeit

Northern Lights def. Taylor Storage 14-8
Protein Sticks def. Taylor Storage 16-12

5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Alley’s Palace 32-4
Northern Lights def. Alley’s Palace 16-8

Final Standings
Northern Lights 13-3
Protein Sticks 12-3
5th Ave. Pharmacy 10-5
Taylor Storage 6-9
Dinks 5-11
Alley’s Palace 0-15

Tournament Next Week:
Wednesday, July 28th 2021

6:00PM Game 1: Field 1: Taylor Storage vs. Dinks
Game 2: Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Alley’s Palace

7:30PM Game 3: Field 1: Winner of Game #1 vs. Northern Lights
Game 4: Field 3: Winner of Game #2 vs. Protein Sticks


Eastern A District American Legion Tourney Starts Thursday In Glasgow

Tuesday, July 20th 2021

First Round Pairings at Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tourney

Thursday:
9am- Billings Blue Jays vs Billings Cardinals
11:30am- Miles City Mavericks vs Froid Bulls
2pm- Laurel Dodgers vs Wolf Point Yellowjackets
5pm- Glendive Blue Jays vs Glasgow Reds# will be broadcast on Kltz


Ken Schmidt And Mark Jones Win North Dakota Governor's Cup Walleye Tourney

Monday, July 19th 2021

Ken Schmidt from Glasgow and Mark Jones from Billings won this years North Dakota Governor's Cup Walleye Tourney on Lake Sakakawea. The tourney is based out of Garrison ND and had 260 teams competing for $15,000 first place prize.

Schmidt and Jones caught 40.44 pounds which consisted of weighing 10 fish ( 5 each day) over the two day tourney that took place July 16-17.

Schmidt and Jones are not strangers to fishing well in North Dakota as they also won the 2014 North Dakota Governor's Cup.


Glasgow Reds Sweep Glendive Blue Devils

Monday, July 19th 2021

The Glasgow Reds swept the Glendive Blue Devils in the final regular season games for both teams on Sunday. The Reds won the first game 10-3 and hammered Glendive in the second game 18-8.

Glasgow finishes the regular season 24-21 and will play Glendive in the first round of the Eastern A District Baseball Tourney on Thursday. The Eastern Division Tourney will be in Glasgow at Bill Connors Field.


Kuehn And Schwers Win Women's Walleye Tourney On Fort Peck Reservoir

Sunday, July 18th 2021

Kelsey Kuehn of Glasgow and Kinsey Schwers of Glasgow brought in 33 pounds of walleye to win the Glasgow/Fort Peck Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited Women's Walleye Tournament Saturday.

Finishing in 2nd place was Cindy Sundheim of Fairview and Samantha Gross of Gillette, Wyoming who reeled in 24.86 pounds.


Reds Split With Dodgers

Saturday, July 17th 2021

The Reds came back strong in game two on Saturday, scoring 10 runs in the first inning and then tacking on 2 in the sixth to hold on for a 12-11 win over Laurel.

The Dodgers scored 2 in the first, second and seventh innings, while putting up five runs in the fourth.

Glasgow will host Glendive on Sunday at Bill Connors Field, with the first game of the double-header starting a 1 p.m.


Reds Fall To Laurel In First Game Of Saturday Double-Header

Saturday, July 17th 2021

The Reds held tough with the #1 team in the district for five innings on Saturday, but the Laurel Dodgers put 19 runs on the board in the last two innings to win 21-5.

Tel Aune and Tatum Hansen each went 2 for 3 for the Reds. Glasgow has 7 hits in the game, vs. 17 for Laurel.


Swim Team Headed To Sidney This Weekend

Saturday, July 17th 2021

The Glasgow Kiwanis Thunder Swim Team is in Sidney this weekend, for their last regular season meet.

The divisional swim meet will be held in Lewistown July 24-25, and the state meet will be in Columbia Falls July 31- August 1st.


Reds Split Doubleheader With Miles City Mavericks

Friday, July 16th 2021

Glasgow improved their record to 21-20 with a doubleheader split with Miles City on Thursday.

Miles City 13, Glasgow 3

Glasgow 7, Miles City 6

Glasgow will play a doubleheader with Laurel on Saturday at Bill Connors Field in Glasgow and will stay home for a doubleheader with Glendive on Sunday. Games start at 1pm and 3pm.

KLTZ will broadcast Saturday's games vs. Laurel, starting at 1 p.m.


GRD Co-ed Softball

Friday, July 16th 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, July 14th 2021

Protein Sticks def. Alley’s Palace 23-11
Northern Lights def. Protein Sticks 29-16

Taylor Storage def. Dinks 14-7
Dinks def. Alley’s Palace 25-2

5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Northern Lights 19-18
5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Taylor Storage 34-17

League Standings
Northern Lights 11-3
Protein Sticks 10-3
5th Ave. Pharmacy 8-5
Taylor Storage 6-7
Dinks 5-9
Alley’s Palace 0-13

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, July 21st 2021

6:00PM Field 1: Protein Sticks vs. Dinks
Field 2: Taylor Storage vs. Northern Lights
Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Alley’s Palace

7:30PM Field 1: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Dinks
Field 2: Protein Sticks vs. Taylor Storage
Field 3: Alley’s Palace vs. Northern Lights


Reds Sweep Post #49 Bulls On Tuesday

Wednesday, July 14th 2021

Glasgow defeats Post #49 4-2.
The Glasgow Reds stole the lead late in the game in a 4-2 victory over Post 49 Bulls on Tuesday. The game was tied at two with Reds batting in the top of the sixth when Calvin Bengochea drew a walk, scoring one run.

Post 49 Bulls knotted the game up at two in the bottom of the fifth inning, when Isaac Johnson hit a solo homer.

JT Sprague earned the victory on the hill for Reds. Sprague went five innings, allowing two runs on one hit and striking out six. Juliun Benson threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen. Benson recorded the last six outs to earn the save for Reds.

Dylan Tabbert took the loss for Post 49 Bulls. The hurler surrendered two runs on one hit over five innings, striking out two.

Reds socked one home run on the day. Bengochea had a four bagger in the third inning.
Bengochea and Rance Rhoads all had one hit to lead Reds.

Reds Blows Out Post 49 Bulls 15-3

Reds opened up scoring in the first inning, when an error scored one run for Reds.

Reds put up six runs in the seventh inning. The offensive onslaught by Reds was led by Jeramiah Benson, Jordan Plummer, Riley Smith, Tel Aune, and Juliun Benson, all driving in runs in the inning.

Rance Rhoads got the win for Reds. The pitcher went six and two-thirds innings, allowing three runs on seven hits and striking out five. Benson threw one-third of an inning in relief out of the bullpen.
Walker Ator took the loss for Post 49 Bulls. The hurler lasted four innings, allowing five hits and six runs while striking out four.

Reds collected nine hits. Smith and Calvin Bengochea each had multiple hits for Reds. Bengochea and Smith all had two hits to lead Reds.


Women’s Walleye Tournament Is Saturday

Wednesday, July 14th 2021

The 21st Annual Women’s Walleye Tournament is Saturday July 17th.

Registration is Friday the 16th from 3 – 5:30p.m. at the Gateway in Fort Peck, followed by the mandatory rules meeting at 7p.m. At least 1 team member must attend the rules meeting.

Saturday morning fishing begins at 7a.m. & ends at 3p.m. with award ceremony to follow at the Fort Peck Marina.

For questions contact Jill Meiers, 263-7553.


Cami Graham Recommended As Head Girls Basketball Coach For Glasgow High School

Tuesday, July 13th 2021

Cami Graham is being recommended to be the new head girls basketball coach for the Scotties by GHS Activities Director Brenner Flaten. The Glasgow School Board will have to give their approval for the hire to be official.

Graham has served as the top assistant to former head coach Travis Nielsen and will replace Nielsen who resigned earlier this year. Jami Hughes will serves as JV coach for the Scottie Girls.

Here is a list of other Scottie head coaches recommended for hire to the Glasgow School Board.

Head Softball Coach- Ryan Hartwell
Head Track and Field Coach- Tim Phillips
Head Golf Coach- Todd Truscott


GRD Co-Ed Softball Results

Tuesday, July 13th 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, July 7th 2021

Taylor Storage def. Northern Lights 24-12
Northern Lights def. Dink’s via forfeit

5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Alley’s Palace 32-6
No Game - Lightning

Protein Sticks def. Dinks via forfeit
No Game - Lighting

League Standings
Northern Lights 10-2
Protein Sticks 9-2
5th Ave. Pharmacy 6-5
Taylor Storage 5-6
Dinks 4-8
Alley’s Palace 0-11

Games This Week:
Wednesday, July 14th 2021

6:00PM Field 1: Alley’s Palace vs. Protein Sticks
Field 2: Dink’s vs. Taylor Storage
Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Northern Lights

7:30PM Field 1: Protein Sticks vs. Northern Lights
Field 2: Alley’s Palace vs. Dink’s


Eggebrecht And Lien Repeat As Governor's Cup Champions

Sunday, July 11th 2021

Final Governor's Cup Results

1. Jason Eggebrecht (Fort Peck) and Ross Lien (Glendive) 74.47 lbs.
2. Nate Chappel (Miles City) and Mike Chappell (Glasgow) 72.88 lbs.
3. Whit Rush (Wolf Point) and Carly Rush (Wolf Point) 66.23 lbs.
4. Kenny Kepp (Hardin) and Shane Morse (Hardin) 61.50 lbs.
5. Adom Mord (Baxter, MN) and Steve Mord (Wheaton, MN ) 58.17 lbs.
6. Stuart Law (Glasgow) and Tyson Kleppelid (Circle) 57.86 lbs.
7. Matthew Williamson (Minot) and Otto Williamson (Minot) 56.77 lbs.
8. Eric Harmel (Williston) and Don Radke (Williston) 55.92 lbs.
9. Brandon Barrett (Minot) and Layton Peters (Glenburn, ND) 55.72 lbs.
10. Zeik Gordon (Belgrade) and Owen Wilcox (Laurel) 55.28 lbs.


Reds Go 3-2 At Williston Tourney

Sunday, July 11th 2021

The Glasgow Reds have played well at the Williston Tourney this weekend going 3-2.

Friday
Glasgow 11, Mandan 0
Bismarck 2, Glasgow 1

Saturday
Glasgow 8, Williston Orange 3
Glasgow 12, Williston Black 2

Sunday
Bismarck 4, Glasgow 3

Glasgow will travel to play Post 49 for a doubleheader on Tuesday of this week, then will host Miles City on Thursday and Laurel on Saturday.


Results From Friday's Guys And Gals And Adult/Child Fishing Derby

Friday, July 9th 2021


Glasgow Reds Play In Williston Tourney This Weekend

Friday, July 9th 2021

The Glasgow Reds will be on the road to Williston this weekend playing in a tournament Friday thru Sunday.

Friday 2:30pm- vs Mandan
Friday 4:30pm- vs Bismark
Saturday 2:30pm- vs Williston Orange
Saturday 7pm- vs Williston Black
Sunday 11:55am- TBD


Lee Nelson Cards Hole In One At Sunnyside

Thursday, July 8th 2021

Glasgow golfer Lee Nelson hit a hole in one at Sunnyside on Wednesday! Nelson hit the ace on hole #4 at Sunnyside!


Reds Split With Billings Cardinals

Wednesday, July 7th 2021

The Glasgow Reds split with the Billings Cardinals in a doubleheader on Tuesday at Bill Connors Field in Glasgow.

The Reds defeated Billings 12-7 in the first game with Mason Hunter earning the win on the mound for Glasgow. Hunter went 4 2/3 giving up 9 hits and 7 runs. Rance Rhoads and Calvin Bengochea had 2 hits each for Glasgow.

The second game was won by Billings 9-8. Juliun Benson took the loss for Glasgow giving up 7 runs on 10 hits and striking out two.

The Reds are now 15-17 and will travel to Williston for a tourney this weekend.


54th Annual John Hahn Memorial Men's Softball Tournament Results

Monday, July 5th 2021

EIGHT teams made it to Fort Peck this weekend for the 54th Annual John Hahn Memorial Men's Softball Tournament and 14 Games were played out on John Hahn Field! Action started bright and early Saturday morning. Eight games were contested on Saturday. The final six teams closed out the action today with 6 more games.

In the end, it was the Mill / A3 out of Billings/Sidney who secured the tournament title and the $1,000 cash prize! It is a 5th title in a row for the Mill at the famed John Hahn. Local team, Irving Law, finished runner-up. Congratulations to both teams. Thank you to ALL who showed up to John Hahn Field this weekend.

Here are the complete final results:
Saturday:
First Round --
The Mill / A3 (Billings/Sidney) 20 Berger Sliders 0
State Farm (Billings) 25 ADC Foundation 10
5th Ave. Pharmacy 23 Swap Shop (Hardin) 8
Irving Law 29 Tubb's Pub (Miles City) 28
1st Round Consolation --
Berger Sliders 21 Swap Shop 17
ADC Foundation 18 Tubb's Pub 14
Quarterfinals --
The Mill 21 5th Ave. Pharmacy 11
State Farm 20 Irving Law 7
Sunday:
2nd Round Consolation --
ADC Foundation 10 5th Ave. Pharmacy 7
Irving Law 19 Berger Sliders 4
Semifinals -
The Mill 16 State Farm 6
4th Place Game -
Irving Law 16 ADC Foundation 6
3rd Place Game -
Irving Law 11 State Farm 5
Championship -
The Mill 16 Irving Law 1
1st Place - The Mill / A3 (Billings/Sidney)
2nd Place - Irving Law
3rd Place - State Farm (Billings)
4th Place - ADC Foundation
Offensive MVP - OShon OldMouse (The Mill / A3)
Defensive MVP - Ronnie Anderson (The Mill / A3)
Home Run Derby Champion - Blake Barthuly (The Mill / A3)
Total Teams - 8


Reds To Host Billings On Tuesday

Saturday, July 3rd 2021

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball team will be home to host the Billings Cardinals on Tuesday, July 6th. The first game will be at 5:30 p.m. KLTZ will have the second game of the double-header, starting at approximately 7:30 on Tuesday night.

The Reds will play in Williston over the weekend, and head to Froid on Tuesday, July 13th, before returning home on July 15th to face Miles City.


Hinsdale Ranch Rodeo Is Sunday

Saturday, July 3rd 2021

There will be an RCAN Sanctioned Ranch Rodeo Scramble at the Hinsdale Arena on Sunday, July 4th. Check-in will be from 9-10:30am with rules to follow. The Rodeo will begin following the parade.

Concessions and beer garden will be available. 4-man teams will compete with each team required to complete all five events in under 8 minutes to have a qualifying time. There will be no short go in this particular rodeo.

Entry fee is $400 per team. Contact DeWayne Ozark at (406) 230-1259 for entries.


Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament

Saturday, July 3rd 2021

The 34th annual Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament is coming up Friday and Saturday, July 9th and 10th. Registration starts at 3 p.m. on Thursday, followed by the anglers and sponsors only picnic and mandatory rules meeting.

There will also be a guys and gals tournament on Thursday, July 8th.

For full details, go to our Governor's Cup page


Red Sweep Doubleheader From Wolf Point Yellowjackets

Friday, July 2nd 2021

Riley Smith had all the right stuff on Thursday for Reds, throwing a shutout and beating the Wolf Point YellowJackets by a score of 13-0.

The Reds tallied six runs in the fifth inning. Juliun Benson, Jeramiah Benson, Jordan Plummer, Walker Laumeyer, and Tatum Hansen powered the big inning with RBIs.

Smith was credited with the victory for Reds surrendering zero runs on five hits over five innings, striking out nine and walking one.

Preston Swenson took the loss for Wolf Point YellowJackets. The pitcher allowed one hit and seven runs over four innings, striking out two.

Benson, Hansen, and JT Sprague each collected one hit to lead Reds. Reds stole five bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Benson led the way with two.

In the second game of the doubleheader:

Tatum Hansen was an RBI machine on Thursday, driving in five on two hits to lead Glasgow past Wolf Point YellowJackets 22-1 Hansen drove in runs on a single in the third and a double in the fourth.

Glasgow notched 11 runs in the third inning. The offensive onslaught by Reds was led by Hansen, Juliun Benson, Riley Smith, Calvin Bengochea, Jordan Plummer, and Walker Laumeyer, all driving in runs in the inning.

Rance Rhoads was the winning pitcher for Reds. The righty went five innings, allowing one run on two hits, striking out seven and walking one.

Terry Almer took the loss for Wolf Point YellowJackets. Almer lasted one and one-third innings, allowing three hits and four runs while striking out one.

Reds totaled 15 hits. Benson, Laumeyer, Hansen, Tel Aune, and Bengochea all managed multiple hits for Reds. Benson led Reds with three hits in four at bats.


Archery Only Paddlefish Season Begins In Fort Peck Dredge Cuts Below Fort Peck Dam

Friday, July 2nd 2021

July 1st marks the beginning of the archery-only paddlefish season in the Fort Peck Dredge Cuts below Fort Peck Dam. Archery anglers need to purchase a 2021 blue paddlefish harvest tag to target paddlefish in the Dredge Cuts. As in previous years, harvested paddlefish are required to be reported within 48 hours.

New for 2021, anglers can self-report their harvested paddlefish at three self-creeling locations near the Dredge Cuts: Floodplain (Winter Harbor), Nelson Dredge, and Roundhouse Point boat ramps. Anglers can also report online at myfwp.mt.gov/, or by calling the phone hotline (1-877-FWP-WILD or 406-444-0356).

Anglers reporting harvested paddlefish that provide all necessary information: angler tag number, jaw tag number (if present), length (eye-tail fork), sex, date of harvest, and also voluntarily submit a dentary (jaw) sample will receive a unique 2021 Montana paddlefish hat. These data allow biologists and managers to understand age structure of the population and ensure sustainable management of paddlefish in the future.

Anglers failing to report a harvested paddlefish within 48 hours will be ineligible to purchase a paddlefish tag in 2022.

Questions regarding the Dredge Cut paddlefish season or reporting paddlefish harvested in the Dredge Cuts can be directed to biologist Jared Krebs at 406-228-3707


GRD Co-Ed Softball

Friday, July 2nd 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 30th 2021

Northern Lights def. Proteins Sticks 11-9
Protein Sticks def. Taylor Storage 12-9

Dinks def. Alley’s Palace 10-2
Northern Lights def. Alley’s Palace 31-1

5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Taylor Storage 23-10
5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Dinks 22-7

League Standings
Northern Lights 9-1
Protein Sticks 8-2
5th Ave. Pharmacy 5-5
Taylor Storage 4-6
Dinks 4-6
Alley’s Palace 0-10

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, July 7th 2021

6:00PM Field 1: Taylor Storage vs. Northern Lights
Field 2: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Alley’s Palace
Field 3: Protein Sticks vs. Dinks

7:30PM Field 1: Dinks vs. Northern Lights
Field 2: Alley’s Palace vs. Taylor Storage
Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Protein Sticks


Reds Split Doubleheader With Billings Cardinals

Wednesday, June 30th 2021

The Reds split a doubleheader with Billings Cardinals on Tuesday. Glasgow is now 12-16 on the season.

Reds sailed to an easy victory over Billings Cardinals 11-1 on Tuesday

Reds fired up the offense in the first inning, when Jeramiah Benson singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run.

Reds pulled away for good with five runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Tatum Hansen singled on a 0-1 count, scoring two runs and Rance Rhoads singled on a 2-0 count, scoring two runs.
JT Sprague pitched Reds to victory. The pitcher lasted seven innings, allowing two hits and one run while striking out eight.

Hunter Doyle took the loss for Billings Cardinals. Doyle surrendered seven runs on six hits over four and a third innings, striking out seven.

Reds hit the ball well Tuesday, racking up nine hits in the game. Benson and Riley Smith all managed multiple hits for Reds. Smith and Benson each managed two hits to lead Reds.

In the second game of the doubleheader the Reds fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 12-8 loss to Billings Cardinals on Tuesday.

The Reds lost despite out-hitting Billings Cardinals 11 to eight.

Reds scored four runs in the seventh inning. JT Sprague, Jordan Plummer, Tel Aune, and Tatum Hansen all drove in runs in the frame.

Mark Eliason took the loss for Reds. The bulldog went four innings, allowing seven runs on five hits and striking out one.

Reds hit the ball well, racking up 11 hits in the game. Hansen, Plummer, Juliun Benson, and Riley Smith all managed multiple hits for Reds. Hansen went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead Reds in hits.


Reds Swept By Billings Blue Jays Monday

Tuesday, June 29th 2021

The Glasgow Reds traveled to Billings on Monday and were swept in a doubleheader by the Billings Blue Jays.

Billings won the first game 14-4 and the second game 6-1.

Glasgow has a record of 11-15 heading into a doubleheader with the Billings Cardinals on Tuesday.


Glasgow Reds Split With Billings Blue Jays

Friday, June 25th 2021

The Glasgow Reds split with the Billings Blue Jays on Thursday at Bill Connors Field in Glasgow.

The Reds won the first game 4-3 and lost the second game 21-9.

Glasgow is now 11-13 on the season.

Next up for Glasgow is a trip to Billings to play the Blue Jays on Monday, June 28th and the Billings Cardinals on June 29th.


FORE The Kids Cup Golf Tourney Set For Sunday At Sunnyside

Thursday, June 24th 2021

FORE the Kids Cup, is a fund raising tournament to provide scholarships to local high school golfers. Over $5,000 have been awarded so far!

Join us Sunday, June 27th at Sunnyside Country Club for this 2 person, 18 hole Chapman scoring format tournament, including the 8” big hole cups!

$60 a person includes lunch and mulligans.

Registration at 9 am- shot gun start at 10 am.

Post tournament Chip/Putt/Drive challenge for all kids to win a student membership.

Call the Clubhouse to sign up or stop by and add your name to the sign up sheet. All ages are encouraged to play!!!

Questions or would like to donate to this fund raiser? Call Jennifer @ 263-7339 or Sandy @ 263-4986


GRD Co-Ed Softball Scores

Thursday, June 24th 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 23rd 2021

Taylor Storage def. Alley’s Palace 35-3
Taylor Storage def. Dinks 31-18

Protein Sticks def. 5th Ave. Pharmacy 25-14
Protein Sticks def. Alley’s Palace 29-9

Northern Lights def. Dinks 19-11
Northern Lights def. 5th Ave. Pharmacy 21-6

League Standings
Northern Lights 7-1
Protein Sticks 7-1
Taylor Storage 4-4
5th Ave. Pharmacy 3-5
Dinks 3-5
Alley’s Palace 0-8

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, June 30th 2021

6:00PM Field 1: Protein Sticks vs. Northern Lights
Field 2: Alley’s Palace vs. Dinks
Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Taylor Storage

7:30PM Field 1: Protein Sticks vs. Taylor Storage
Field 2: Alley’s Palace vs. Northern Lights
Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Dinks


Reds To Host Billings Thursday

Wednesday, June 23rd 2021

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team was in Miles City last night and will return to action this Thursday, hosting the Billings Blue Jays at 3 and 5 p.m. They'll face both the Jays and the Cardinals in a Billings road trip on Monday and Tuesday.


11th Annual Aaron "Chappy" Chatten Memorial Co-Ed Softball tournament results

Monday, June 21st 2021

EIGHT teams made it to Fort Peck this weekend for the 11th Annual "Chappy" Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament @ John Hahn Field.
Here are the complete final results:
Saturday:
First Round --
Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage 17 Rock's Auto Mall 4
Northern Lights Casino 21 Benchwarmers (Frazer) 12
Skoden (Billings) 7 Alley's Palace 3
ADC Foundation 7 The Dingers (Miles City) 3
1st Round Consolation --
Rock's Auto Mall 14 Alley's Palace 3
The Dingers (Miles City) 18 Benchwarmers (Frazer) 17
Quarterfinals --
Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage 7 Skoden (Billings) 6
ADC Foundation 9 Northern Lights Casino 3
Sunday:
2nd Round Consolation --
Rock's Auto Mall 10 Northern Lights Casino 9
Skoden (Billings) 26 The Dingers (Miles City) 13
Semifinals -
ADC Foundation 21 Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage 12
4th Place Game -
Skoden (Billings) 34 Rock's Auto Mall 24
3rd Place Game -
Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage 18 Skoden (Billings) 3
1st Championship -
Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage 15 ADC Foundation 3
2nd Championship -
Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage 20 ADC Foundation 16
1st Place - Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage
2nd Place - ADC Foundation
3rd Place - Skoden (Billings)
4th Place - Rock's Auto Mall
Male MVP - Jeff Irving (Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage)
Female MVP - Amber Garten (Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage)
Male Home Run Derby Champion - Jeff Irving (Busted Knuckle/Taylor Storage)
Female Home Run Derby Champion - Marisa Collins (Northern Lights Casino)


West Team Earns Victory In Shrine Football Game

Sunday, June 20th 2021

Story from 406mtsports.com

BILLINGS — For a player named defensive MVP of his team, Manhattan’s Toby Veltkamp was fairly low-key, helmet in hand, downplaying the role he played in the West’s victory over the East in Montana's annual Shrine football game Saturday night.

As he stood on Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium, explaining what was, if not a game-changing play, at least the lead-changing play, Veltkamp redirected time and again given a chance to puff out his chest.

Instead, the defensive back deflected praise to his teammates, unlike the pass from East quarterback Carson Hunter that Veltkamp hauled in and returned 49 yards to give the West the lead for good in an eventual 21-12 victory in the 74th version of the all-star game.


“I got lucky,” Veltkamp said. “I was in the right place at the right time. I’m not the MVP of this team, that’s for sure.”

Those who voted for him — and those West teammates who cheered his name when the award was announced — felt otherwise. But that’s kind of how things go in a game that features the best senior football talent in Montana.

There was plenty of praise, and other awards to go around, even if there weren’t a ton of big plays in a game where defenses from both sides had most of the say.

Butte’s Jake Olson was the West’s offensive MVP for catching a touchdown pass, a two-point conversion, and a couple of other timely receptions that helped his team maintain possessions. He caught four passes for 48 yards, the highest yardage of any receiver.

His 11-yard catch in the end zone from Missoula Sentinel quarterback Dayton Bay and subsequent two-point grab on a pass from Bigfork’s Cormac Benn put West on the scoreboard and brought them within 12-8 early in the second quarter after the East dominated the first.

“We didn’t start off as fast as we exactly planned,” Olson said. “But, you know, that didn’t matter because our defense just absolutely killed it.”

Billings Senior’s Jacksen Burckley got the scoring started with a 38-yard field goal midway through the first quarter. A couple possessions later, a handful of East defenders swarmed over West punter Dexter Tedesco in the end zone, with Glasgow’s Mayson Phipps getting his paws on the ball for a block.

Tedesco, of Helena High, was able to plop on the ball, but the resulting safety gave the East a 5-0 lead.

Next, Sidney’s Brodey Skogen recovered a West fumble and one play later Billings West’s Jamyn Medock rumbled in from three yards out, giving the East a 12-0 lead, all in the first quarter.

Things looked dire for the West. But as Olson pointed out, the defense pitched a shutout after that.

“Obviously, we struggled to move the ball and sustain drives,” said Red Lodge’s John Fitzgerald, the East head coach. “And when we’d get some progress, we kind of stepped on our own toes. We just didn’t execute when we needed to.

“But I’m not going to take anything away from the West. They’re well-coached and did a great job. Their staff did a great job. It was just a hard-fought game and it didn’t fall in our favor.”

Leading 15-12 at the half, the West essentially sealed the game with a 63-yard scoring drive on its first possession of the third quarter.

Missoula Big Sky quarterback Colter Janacaro engineered most of it, completing one pass and running seven times, the final one for three yards and the 21-12 lead with 5:00 left in the third quarter. Those were the final points.

“We kind of realized we’d been sacrificing this whole week,” said Janacaro, who rushed for 53 yards on 13 carries and was named the game’s overall MVP. “We came together as a family and got it done.”

Bay threw for 141 yards on 20-for-32 passing and his TD to Olson, and Billings Central's Marcus Wittman completed 13 of 24 for 79 yards to lead the East. Medlock, who was the East’s offensive MVP, rushed eight times for 19 yards and caught four passes for 29 yards, and Billings Senior's Junior Bergen caught eight passes for 42 yards. Paul Brott of Billings West had four solo tackles, six overall, and was tabbed the East’s defensive MVP.

West’s victory ended a three-game losing streak — there was no game in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic — but the East maintains a 41-33 edge in a series that dates back to 1947.

When it was over, West coach Dane Oliver of Missoula Sentinel, after receiving the traditional ice-water dousing, gathered his team and told them, among other things, look what can be accomplished when you put others before yourself.

That summed up Veltkamp’s stance and the game itself, which raises money for the Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Spokane, Washington.

“The mission of this is to help people less fortunate, these guys are so lucky with their athletic ability,” Oliver said. “It’s about serving others, and these kids bought into that. They serve the Shrine kids, but they also serve their teammates, and there’s great things you can accomplish when you do that.”


Longest Dam Race Results

Saturday, June 19th 2021

The 27th Annual Longest Dam Race was held Saturday in Fort Peck. Over 200 participants took part in races ranging from a 10k race to a 1 mile run/walk.

Here are the official results:

https://runsignup.com/Race/MT/FortPeck/LongestDamRace


Glasgow Reds Split With Wolf Point

Saturday, June 19th 2021

The Glasgow Reds defeated the Wolf Point Yellowjackets 23-1 in the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday. The Reds had 15 hits and Riley Smith recorded 7 strikeouts going the distance for Glasgow on the mound.

Wolf Point defeated the Reds 7-5 in the second game of the doubleheader.


Reds Sweep Doubleheader From Glendive B Team

Friday, June 18th 2021

The Glasgow Reds improved their 2021 season record to 9-9 with a doubleheader sweep of the Glendive B team on Thursday.

The Reds shutout Glendive 5-0 in the first game and defeated the Glendive B team 5-2 in the second game.

Glasgow will host Wolf Point at Bill Connors Field on Saturday with games at 1pm and 3pm.


Reds Lose Two In Laurel

Thursday, June 17th 2021

The Laurel Dodgers beat Glasgow twice Wednesday in an American Legion baseball twin bill.

The Dodgers rallied for two runs in the fifth and three in the sixth to win the first game by a 7-5 score.

J.T. Sprague had two RBIs for Glasgow in the first game.

In the second game, an 11-8 win, the Dodgers scored five times in the second to negate a four-run first by Glasgow.

The Reds will be in Glendive on Thursday and return home for a double header in Glasgow vs. Wolf Point on Saturday. KLTZ will air both games on Saturday, starting at 1 p.m.


Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team To Host Competition This Weekend

Thursday, June 17th 2021

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team will host their swim meet this Saturday and Sunday in Glasgow. They will travel to Roundup next weekend.

Divisional competition is set for July 24-25 in Lewistown, with the state meet to be held in Columbia Falls July 31-August 1st.


2021 Western States Turf Wars HS Open

Wednesday, June 16th 2021

Kyler Hallock finishes 3rd
210 - Kyler Hallock (MONTANA2) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
210 - Isaiah Laguna (Idaho2) over Kyler Hallock (MONTANA2) Dec 9-1
210 - Kyler Hallock (MONTANA2) over Talmage Carman (UTAH1) Fall 5:40
HWT - Kyler Hallock (MONTANA2) over Gaige Winter (MONTANA1) Fall 3:43
210 - Kyler Hallock (MONTANA2) over Migurel Quinones (CALIFORNIA1) TF 12-1
210 - Elijah Sobas (ARIZONA) over Kyler Hallock (MONTANA2) Fall 2:26
210 - Kyler Hallock (MONTANA2) over Daniel Eubanks (NEVADA1) Fall 2:11
210 - Kyler Hallock (MONTANA2) over Skeet Newton (IDAHO1) Fall 0:34


Reds Schedule This Week

Wednesday, June 16th 2021

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball team will travel to Laurel on Wednesday, and then make the trip to Glendive on Thursday, before returning home to face Wolf Point on Saturday. KLTZ will air both Saturday games, starting at 1 p.m.


Longest Dam Race Is Saturday

Tuesday, June 15th 2021

The Longest Dam Race is coming up this Saturday, June 19th, at Kiwanis Park at Fort Peck.

The 10k will start at 8 a.m., followed by 5k run at 9, 5k walk at 9:30, 10 mile novice bike race at 10 and 1 mile run/walk at 10:30 a.m. You can also sign up for virtual events as well.

Register online here. You also may register early on Saturday morning at Kiwanis Park; registration begins at 7 a.m.


74th Annual East-West Shrine Game Is Saturday

Tuesday, June 15th 2021

The 74th annual East-West Shrine Game is scheduled for this coming Saturday night at 7 p.m. The game will be played at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium in Billings.

Glasgow's Mayson Phipps is among the participants from the east. Scottie head football coach Patrick Barnett will be one of the assistants for the east team.


Reds Sweep Froid In Double Header On Monday

Monday, June 14th 2021

The Glasgow Reds picked up a pair of wins as they swept Post 49, out of Froid, in a double header played in Glasgow on Monday night.

The games were rescheduled from last week, as they were originally scheduled for Tuesday, June 8th, but were postponed due to weather.

The Reds won Game 1 by a score of 27-9, and then came out on top again in Game 2 by a score of 24-14.

The game scheduled against Havre that was scheduled for Tuesday, June 15th has been canceled. The Reds will travel to Laurel on Wednesday, and then make the trip to Glendive on Thursday, before returning home to face Wolf Point on Saturday.


Reds Finish Second At Watford City Tournament; Tuesday Game Vs. Havre Canceled

Monday, June 14th 2021

The Glasgow Reds were in Watford City Sunday, wrapping up play in a tournament there. The Reds were blanked by Wahpeton 13-0 in the championship game. On Thursday they defeated the McKenzie County Mule Deer 25–8. On Friday they knocked off the host team Watford City 7 – 6. Saturday they lost to Powell, Wyoming 3–2.

The Reds will play host to Post 49 Froid in a conference double-header Monday from Bill Connors field. These were moved from last week to tomorrow due to weather. Game times are 5:30 and 7:30 and both games can be heard on KLTZ starting at 5:25.

Tuesday the Reds had been set to host the Havre North Stars, but that game has been canceled.

Wednesday they travel to Laurel for a double-header, then round out the week by hosting the Wolf Point Yellowjackets on Saturday. The Wolf Point games will be aired on KLTZ.


Montana Boys Sweep Wyoming In Midland Roundtable Series

Sunday, June 13th 2021

(from the Billings Gazette )
Montana put to rest any hopes Wyoming had for a breakthrough with a 110-71 Game 2 victory at the Lockwood High School gym in the annual Montana – Wyoming boys basketball match-up.
Montana jumped out to a 21-3 advantage in the first quarter and didn’t relent. Its halftime lead was 31 points.

Montana has now won 18 in a row in the Midland Roundtable’s series dating to 2012, and increased its stranglehold on the all-time count to 63-27.

Five Montana players reached double figures, led by Billings Skyview’s Ky Kouba, who had a game-high 23. Missoula Sentinel’s Alex Germer scored 19, and averaged 22 in the two games. Malachi Stewart of Billings Central also had 19.

Montana buried 17 3-pointers. Kouba had six of those while Stewart made five. Montana won on Friday night 109-104 to sweep this year’s series.


Montana Girls Sweep Wyoming

Sunday, June 13th 2021

(from the Billings Gazette )
A night after withstanding a second-half deluge, Montana’s girls carried a simple message into their second-night matchup with Wyoming in the Midland Roundtable’s annual all-star basketball showdown.
“We knew we needed to play a lot better than (Friday) night,” Scobey’s Gracee Lekvold said frankly.
There was no doubt from the outset that Montana heeded its own call, as it quickly jumped out to a double-digit lead Saturday at the Lockwood High School gym and never slowed down, cruising to a 71-39 victory.

The win served as Montana’s ninth in a row over Wyoming, and increased its all-time series lead to 35-13.

Montana ran out to an 11-0 advantage to start the game, as Billings Central’s Isabelle Erickson, Great Falls’ Alison Harris and Bozeman’s Macy Mayer each hit shots on the team’s opening possessions. Big Timber’s Hailee Brandon added a 3-pointer during the run.

At the outset of the second quarter, Montana started on an 8-0 scoring run as 6-6 Forsyth grad Lindsey Hein, a Montana State signee, converted underneath and as Brandon and Scobey’s Gracee Lekvold connected on consecutive 3-pointers.

The outcome came about differently than Friday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome in Sheridan, a game in which Wyoming put together 23-8 second-half scoring run and eventually took a 52-48 lead with 2:37 remaining. Montana gutted it out though, winning 55-52.


Scottie Players Shine As North Claims Victory In Class B All Star Game

Saturday, June 12th 2021

The Class B North All-Star Team defeated the South team by a score of 28-21 at the 32nd Annual Class B All Star Game in Lockwood today. Glasgow was represented by Will Knierim, Colten Fast, Jesse Lee, and Loden Idler; and they represented the Scotties well.

Glasgow's Loden Idler threw a touchdown pass in the 3rd quarter to put the North team within 1 point, as they trailed 20-21 at that point. Idler then completed a pass to make good on the subsequent 2-point conversion play to give the North team the lead, which they never relinquished.

Glasgow's Jesse Lee played a key role for the North team as well, as he broke up 2 passes on a pivotal, momentum changing, goal-line stand at the beginning of the 3rd quarter for the North squad.

Meanwhile, Knierim played a part in the 4th down stop that clinched the win for the North, along with a host of other tacklers.

1Q 2Q 3Q F
North All Stars 6 14 22 28
South All Stars 6 21 21 21


Co-ed Softball Scores

Saturday, June 12th 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball
Wednesday, June 9th 2021

Taylor Storage def. Dinks 9-8
Dinks def. Alley’s Palace 18-14

Northern Lights def. 5th Ave. Pharmacy 27-26
5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Taylor Storage 14-4

Protein Sticks def. Alley’s Palace 21-5
Protein Sticks def. Northern Lights 16-15

League Standings
Northern Lights 3-1
Protein Sticks 3-1
5th Ave. Pharmacy 2-2
Taylor Storage 2-2
Dinks 2-2
Alley’s Palace 0-4

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, June 16th 2021

6:00PM Field 1: Alley’s Palace vs. Northern Lights
Field 2: Taylor Storage vs. Protein Sticks
Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Dinks

7:30PM Field 1: Taylor Storage vs. Northern Lights
Field 2: Protein Sticks vs. Dinks
Field 3: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Alley’s Palace


Elite 90 Award

Friday, June 11th 2021

Right after Benji Phillips took 8th place in the Javelin at the NCAA National Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon on Wednesday, earning him First-Team All-American honors, Benji was named the NCAA Elite 90 winner!

The Elite 90 Award recognizes the true essence of the student-athlete by honoring the individual who has reached the pinnacle of competition at the national championship level in his sport, while also achieving the highest academic standard among his peers.

Benji's 4.0 cumulative GPA is the highest of any man competing at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship meet.


Glasgow Reds in Watford City tourney

Friday, June 11th 2021

The Glasgow Reds American Legion baseball team defeated Mule Deer 25 - 8 to open play in Watford City.
They will play the host team Watford City Friday at 7:30 p.m. and then Powell, WY on Saturday at noon. The tournament will conclude on Sunday.

The Reds will be hosting Post 49 Froid in a double-header on Monday at Bill Connors field at Sullivan Park on Monday. Play is set to start at 5:30 with game two at 7:30 p.m. Both games will air on KLTZ.


Phillips Places 8th at NCAA Division 1 Track and Field

Thursday, June 10th 2021

Sophomore Benji Phillips (Glasgow High School graduate and son of Tim and Yvette Phillips) competed in the NCAA Division 1 Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Phillips was representing North Dakota State University in the javelin competition Wednesday night. In that competition Phillips threw 234' 3" on his fifth of six throws. That was good enough for eighth place in a field of twenty four. The overall winner, was LSU freshman Tzuriel Pedigo. Pedigo's last throw was 252' 7" moving him up from seventh place to first.


Scottie Academic All-State honors

Wednesday, June 9th 2021

The following underclassmen achieved Academic All-State honors this spring semester. These individuals received a Varsity letter in their respective sport this 2nd semester while maintaining a GPA at 3.500 or above:

Golf
Kylie Lagerquist
Allie Palm
Riley Smith
Elle Stone

Softball
Carly Nelson
Tatum Nyquist
Brielle Partridge

Track & Field
Kira Beck
Mason Donaldson
Tyann Graham
KJ Ingram
Reed Larsen
Ava Lloyd
Blake Lloyd
Iris McKean
Blaire Westby


State AA girls track controversy far from settled as hearing delayed, details emerge

Tuesday, June 8th 2021

(from CHRIS PETERSON Independent Record )
HELENA — A hearing in a court case that concerns Missoula Sentinel track and field athlete Brooke Stayner and the Montana High School Association has been delayed until July 13, according to Mark Beckman, the MHSA's executive director.

Stayner and the Missoula Sentinel girls track team became embroiled in controversy at the Western AA divisional track meet, which then carried over to the Class AA state meet last weekend in Missoula.

The Sentinel boys and girls teams took home the AA team championships, but the girls competition was clouded with questions.

Among them: Would the final results stand?

It's still unclear because the eligibility of Stayner at the state meet came into question after she entered too many events at the divisional meet.

Stayner was entered in five events at the meet as an individual: the 200, 400, 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles and long jump. She also later competed in the 400-meter relay and was on the track for the 1,600-meter relay when meet managers in Kalispell stopped the race to remove her from it.

It was discovered that she had also competed in the 400 relay, meaning the 1,600 relay would've been her seventh event. MHSA rules limit individuals to five events (relays included) at divisional meets.

However, athletes are allowed to compete in seven events at state (five individual, two relays) so Stayner could have competed in the relays in Missoula.

Here's where it gets complicated.

Stayner did not actually compete in the 300 hurdles or the 400-meter dash at the divisional meet because she was already pre-qualified in both events for state. Therefore, she didn't need to run in them at divisionals.

But, under MHSA rules, that still counts towards the event limit. This registration process is how athletes who are "pre-qualified" for state make that official. So even if they don't compete in the event at divisionals, by registering they are declaring their intention to compete in it at state using the pre-qualified time or measurement, which is based on standards set by the MHSA.

Since some athletes are pre-qualified for state in more than five events, they have to choose which five to enter to not exceed the event limits. Here's the full explanation from the MHSA Track and Field Handbook:

"An athlete using a qualifying standard to advance to state in a particular individual event must be entered in the district meet in Class B or C and divisional meet in all classes for that event but is not required to participate. That entry counts toward the MHSA event limitation which states that a contestant shall not be allowed to participate in more than five events (track and/or field), including relays, as well as toward the school’s limitation of five contestants per event."

Stayner wasn't registered by Sentinel coaches for either relay event on athletic.net, which is a website used for official results and will not allow athletes to be entered in surplus events, according to multiple sources.

The site forces an athlete to be removed from another event before the coach would have the option to add them again.

As an example, assuming the site is functioning as intended, if Sentinel coaches attempted to add Stayner to either relay event, they could not have done so without removing her from an individual event first. And even though she did take part in the 400-meter relay, the official results do not list her as having participated in the race.

Missoula Sentinel head coach Craig Mettler declined to comment Thursday night when reached by 406mtsports.com, citing the ongoing litigation.

The MHSA was made aware of the violation on the final day of the Western AA divisional. The state's governing body for high school sports later determined that Stayner would be allowed to compete in five events at state: Both relays, as well as the long jump, 100-meter hurdles and the 200. She would not have been allowed to compete in the 300 hurdles or the 400 under the MHSA ruling.

However, Beckman told 406mtsports.com and the Missoulian this past Saturday that a temporary restraining order issued "by the court" last week in Missoula allowed Stayner the ability to compete in all seven events.

Stayner went on to win the Class AA state championship in the 300 hurdles as well as the 100 hurdles.

The next step in that process was a hearing on the temporary restraining order that allowed her to compete. It was supposed to take place Friday but will now be July 13.

Missoulian Sports Editor Bill Speltz contributed to this report


ESPN3 To Carry NCAA National Championship Javelin Competition

Sunday, June 6th 2021

Glasgow's Benji Phillips will be competing in the javelin at the NCAA National Championships this Wednesday, June 9th.

ESPN3 will be carrying the javelin competition live from Hayward Field; the event is set to start at 7:15 p.m. Mountain time.

Phillips will throw in the second flight. Each competitor receives 3 throws with the top 9 going to finals, where they will get 3 more attempts.

Phillips is a redshirt sophomore at North Dakota State University in Fargo. The Bison have 7 athletes competing at the championships, all of them throwers. For the men, Kristoffer Thomsen qualified in the shot put, Alex Talley in the Hammer Throw and Phillips in the javelin.

For the women, Shelby Gunnells qualified in the shot put, Maddy Niles in the hammer throw, Kari Wolfe in the javelin and Akealy Moton in both the javelin and shot put.


Coach D’s 24th Annual Hi-Line Hoop Camp Is June 14-15

Sunday, June 6th 2021

Coach D’s 24th Annual Hi-Line Hoop Camp is set for June 14th & 15th in Glasgow.

This camp is instructed by Bill Dreikosen, Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Rocky Mountain College. For more information, call Bill at 406-860-3133.

To register go to www.hilinehoopcamp.com.


Class B All-Star Football Game Set For June 12th

Sunday, June 6th 2021

The Class B all-star football game is making its return.

After being canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the all-star game will fire back up on June 12 in Lockwood. Kick-off is set for 11 a.m. on Saturday; KLTZ will air the game live.

The Class B all-star game pits players from the North, made up of the Northern and Western B, against players from the South, made up of the Eastern and Southern B.

The North will be coached by Fairfield's Greg Misner and Justin Harpster, Conrad's Paul Schilling, Bigfork's Jim Benn and Anaconda's Riley Schell.

Four members of the Glasgow Scotties will compete in the All-Star Game. Loden Idler, Jesse Lee, Will Knierim and Colten Fast.


22nd Annual Milk River Catfish Classic Results

Sunday, June 6th 2021

(Pictured: the champs, Bobby & Robert)
22nd Annual Milk River Catfish Classic - June 5th, 2021

Place Team Total Weight
1 Bobby Wise, Billings, MT., Robert Wise, Billings, MT. 39.29
2 Rod Seder, Billings, MT., Rob Seder, Hardin, MT. 33.85
3 Jason Flaten, West Wendover, NV., Cole Plouffe, Glendive, MT. 29.22
4 JD Bailey, Opheim, MT., Callahan Belling, Richland, MT. 29.11
5 Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT., Gunnar Thomas, Lewistown, MT. 28.94
6 Chad Dawson, Dickinson, ND., Leif Sorensen, Malta, MT. 28.67
7 Casey Riggin, Glasgow, MT., Tate Riggin-Lehner, Glasgow, MT. 27.21
8 Tyler George, Sheridan, WY., Clancy Harris, Glasgow, MT. 25.76
9 Robert Petersen, Billings, MT., Jayson Riggin, Billings, MT. 25.27
10 Alan Bertsch, Minot, ND., Ricci Olson, Glasgow, MT. 24.88
11 Josh Schmitt, Sidney, MT., Terrance Harris, Sidney, MT. 24.85
12 Dave George, Glasgow, MT., Candy Lagerquist, Glasgow, MT. 24.63
13 Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT. 23.7
14 William Vanhook, Sidney, MT., Wes Vanhook, Sidney, MT. 23.32
15 James Decker, Sidney, MT., Steve Lowrey, Sidney, MT. 23.23
16 Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Tara Geer, Glasgow, MT. 23.04
17 Craig White, Glasgow, MT., Baden White, Glasgow, MT. 23.03
18 Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT., Colton Yoss, Nashua, MT. 22.94
19 Blake Gauer, Park City, MT., Lindsey Gauer, Park City, MT. 22.65
20 Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., Quinten Nelson, Sidney, MT. 22.56
21 Austin Bement, Sidney, MT., Ryan Dempsey, Glendive, MT. 22.52
22 Mitch Mcintyre, Glasgow, MT., Jim McIntyre, Glasgow, MT. 22.22
23 Dan Dupea, Billings, MT., Eli Dupea, Billings, MT. 22.15
24 Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT., Derek Werner, Poplar, MT. 21.14
25 Wrangler Jones, Hinsdale, MT., Dimon Jones, Hinsdale, MT. 21
26 Ty Thomas, Lewistown, MT., Jon Polich, Lewistown, MT. 20.81
27 Katie Anderson, Glasgow, MT., Cody Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 20.79
28 Briar Tuss, Glasgow, MT., Tori Gagne, Glasgow, MT. 20.17
29 Bo Boreson, Perrysville, IN., Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT. 19.4
30 Landon Holte, Fort Peck, MT., Carter Holte, Fort Peck, MT. 19.11
31 Carter Pedersen, Billings, MT., Elijah Casterline, Laurel, MT. 18.82
32 James Watkins, Hubbard, NE., Ryan Johnson, Glasgow, MT. 18.63
33 Justin King, Sidney, MT., William Vanhook, Sidney, MT. 18.41
34 Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT., Dustin Braaten, Fort Peck, MT. 18.34
35 Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT., Darrin Wersal, Glasgow, MT. 18.31
36 Autumn Gault, Bozeman, MT., Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT. 18.22
37 Matthew Sudduth, Saco, MT., Wyatt Pedersen, Glasgow, MT. 18.21
38 Jessica Riggin, Glasgow, MT., Ashliegh Knaff, Glasgow, MT. 18.09
39 Timm Canen, Miles City, MT., Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT. 17.33
40 Mike Merideth, Nashua, MT., Michael Hendry, Nashua, MT. 17.11
41 Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT., Ed Sugg, Glasgow, MT. 17.03
42 Jeff Irving, Belgrade, MT., Dylan Hughes, Glasgow, MT. 17.02
43 Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT., Marc Kloker, Glasgow, MT. 16.7
44 Chris George, Glasgow, MT., Melissa Sinerius, Glasgow, MT. 16.57
45 Corey Bushman, Billings, MT., Matthew Bushman, Billings, MT. 16.33
46 Kyle Gibson, Glasgow, MT., Trevin Gibson, Glasgow, MT. 16.32
47 Taelor Anderson, Billings, MT., Stone Tihista, Nashua, MT. 15.65
48 Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Keegan Morehouse, Glasgow, MT. 14.28
49 Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT., Brent Joseph, Glasgow, MT. 14.12
50 Casey King, Glasgow, MT., Tyler King, Glasgow, MT. 14.12
51 David Irving, Glasgow, MT., Rodney Ost, Glasgow, MT. 14.04
52 Elizabeth Nyquist, Glasgow, MT., Casey Mattfeldt, Glasgow, MT. 13.31
53 Trey Shores, Malta, MT., Derek Davis, Malta, MT. 12.94
54 Aaron Wittmer, Havre, MT., Wade Riden, Hinsdale, MT. 12.44
55 Curtis Shipman, Glasgow, MT., Darci Sillerud, Glasgow, MT. 11.77
56 Abraham Hawkins, Billings, MT., Duane Meiers, Billings, MT. 11.11
57 Coel Stutheit, Glasgow, MT., John Grimes, Nashua, MT. 10.57
58 Dale Borgen, Glasgow, MT., Eric Feit, Glasgow, MT. 10.3
59 Scott Redstone, Glasgow, MT., Aidan Redstone, Glasgow, MT. 9.84
60 Kelcey Knaff, Nashua, MT., Jake Knaff, Nashua, MT. 9.59
61 Ray Glasoe, Nashua, MT., Shane Rhoads, Glasgow, MT. 9.57
62 Blaine White, Glasgow, MT., Lacey White, Glasgow, MT. 9.06
63 Karl Krause, Glasgow, MT., Jake Kuka, Glasgow, MT. 8.66
64 Cody King, Glasgow, MT., Michael King, Glasgow, MT. 8.52
65 Patrick Gay, Glasgow, MT., Clint Norcutt, Glasgow, MT. 7.8
66 Robert Kemp, Glasgow, MT., Jodi Kemp, Glasgow, MT. 7.25
67 Keigan Ingram, Glasgow, MT., Lane Thompson, Glasgow, MT. 6.91
68 Spencer Gay, Glendive, MT., Michael Houck, Glendive, MT. 4.66
69 Renee Sibley, Nashua, MT., Sara Storkson, Glasgow, MT. 3.2
70 Shawn Sibley, Nashua, MT., Kaise Sibley, Nashua, MT. 3.13
71 Kobe Sibley, Glasgow, MT., Trevor Klind, Glasgow, MT. 2.62
72 Jacob Billman, Missoula, MT., Josh Trexler, Missoula, MT. 0
Peyton Pedersen, Billings, MT., Tayler Mix, Glasgow, MT. 0
Melissa Sigmundstad, Glasgow, MT., Briana Page, Glasgow, MT. 0
Tyler Johnson, Nashua, MT., Zach Watts, Nashua, MT. 0
Brien Norcutt, Billings, MT., Steve Norcutt, Glasgow, MT. 0
Bret Schindler, Glasgow, MT., Shawn Hopstad, Glasgow, MT. 0
Nick Knight, Glasgow, MT., Tenley Knight, Glasgow, MT. 0
Todd Lindsay, Billings, MT., Kellie Lindsay, Billings, MT. 0
80 Nicole Peterson, Savage, MT., KaCee McPherson, Sidney, MT. 0

Jumbo Whiskers Award
Michael Hendry 13.88 lbs.
Big Whiskers Award
Rob Seder 9.48 lbs.


Robert Wise And Bobby Wise Champions Of Catfish Classic

Sunday, June 6th 2021

39.29 pounds was the winning weight for the 22nd Annual Milk River Catfish Classic which wrapped up in the early morning hours of June 6th in downtown Glasgow.

Robert Wise and Bobby Wise of Billings told the crowd they got into a bunch of catfish in a hole on the Milk River and ended up catching 40 catfish with the 5 biggest weighing in at 39.29 pounds.

Michael Hendry just finished up 4th Grade and he landed a GIANT during the tournament. The 13.88 Cat is a NEW tournament record 22 years in the making.

28 teams weighed in 20 plus pounds.

Full results will be available later today.


Reds Split In Havre

Saturday, June 5th 2021

The Glasgow Reds American Legion Baseball Team split its game on Friday in Havre.

The Reds defeated the Billings Expos 18-0 but lost to the Gallatin Valley Outlaws 11-4.

Glasgow is scheduled to play the Great Falls Chargers at 2 p.m. and tournament host Havre at 4:30 p.m. Sunday.

The Reds are home to host Post 49 at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. KLTZ will air both games of the doubleheader live.


Glasgow Reds June Schedule

Friday, June 4th 2021

June 2nd
Glasgow at Glendive 5pm and 7pm

June 4th
Glasgow vs Billings Expos 2:30pm

June 4th
Glasgow at Gallatin Valley Outlaws 5pm

June 6th
Glasgow at Great Falls Chargers 2pm

June 6th
Glasgow at Havre North Stars 4:30pm

June 14th
Post 49 at Glasgow 5:30pm and 7:30pm

June 15th
Havre North Stars at Glasgow 5:30pm

June 16th
Glasgow at Laurel Dodgers 5pm and 7pm

June 17th
Glasgow at Glendive “B” 3pm and 5pm

June 19th
Wolf Point at Glasgow 1pm and 3pm

June 22nd
Glasgow at Miles City 5 and 7

June 24th
Billings Blue Jays at Glasgow 3pm and 5pm

June 28th
Glasgow at Billings Blue Jay 5pm and 7pm

June 29th
Glasgow at Billings Cardinals 11am and 1pm


Nine Scotties Added To GHS Athletic Hall Of Fame Class Of 2021

Friday, June 4th 2021

The Glasgow High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2021 has now been added to the Hallways of GHS! NINE individuals this year! Congratulations!


Reds Split Doubleheader With Glendive

Friday, June 4th 2021

The Glasgow Reds split a doubleheader with Glendive on Tuesday in Glendive. Glasgow won the first game 8-0 but dropped the second game 5-4.

The Reds are now 1-3 on the season and will be in Havre this weekend for a tournament with games scheduled against the Gallatin Valley Outlaws, Great Falls Chargers and Havre North Stars.


GRD Co-Ed Softball Tournament

Thursday, June 3rd 2021

GRD Co-ed Softball Tournament
Wednesday, June 2nd 2021

5th Ave. Pharmacy def. Alley’s Palace 21-4
Protein Sticks def. 5th Ave. Pharmacy 20-12

Dinks def. Protein Sticks 17-4
Northern Lights def. Dinks 20-6

Northern Lights def. Taylor Storage 23-15
Taylor Storage def. Alley’s Palace 25-15

League Standings
Northern Lights 2-0
5th Ave. Pharmacy 1-1
Taylor Storage 1-1
Protein Sticks 1-1
Dinks 1-1
Alley’s Palace 0-2

Games Next Week:
Wednesday, June 9th 2021

6:00PM Field 1: Dinks vs. Taylor Storage
Field 2: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Northern Lights
Field 3: Alley’s Palace vs. Protein Sticks

7:30PM Field 1: Alley’s Palace vs. Dinks
Field 2: 5th Ave. Pharmacy vs. Taylor Storage
Field 3: Proteins Sticks vs. Northern Lights


Riley Smith And Eli Feezell Qualify For State Junior Golf Tourney

Thursday, June 3rd 2021

Glasgow Scottie Golfers Riley Smith and Eli Feezell have qualified to participate in the MSGA Junior Golf Championship in Bozeman later this month.

At a tournament in Miles City on June 2nd, Smith finished in 2nd place in the 16-18 age group while Feezell won the 14-15 age group division.

Smith finished 4 strokes behind Class B Champion Konner Flint of Baker shooting a 80 while Feezell shot a 92 to win his division.

Both golfers will compete in the State Junior Tournament at Cottonwood Hills Golf Course in Bozeman June 21-22.


End Of The Year Awards Given At Scottie All Sports Banquet

Wednesday, June 2nd 2021

Around 300 people attended the Scottie Booster Club's All Sports Banquet on Tuesday night.

Dickinson State University Athletic Director and head football coach Pete Stanton was the keynote speaker.

MVP and Coach's awards were given out for each sport from throughout the 2020-21 school year.

The 2021 Outstanding Senior Athlete awards went to Riley Noser and Dylan Nieskens. Noser was also the winner of the Golden Scottie Award, given to an athlete who was competed in 3 sports all 4 years of high school.

The full list of award winners is available here.


Catfish Classic Teams

Wednesday, June 2nd 2021

1. Taelor Anderson, Billings, MT., Stone Tihista, Nashua, MT.
2. Bryon Armour, Lewistown, MT., Gunnar Thomas, Lewistown, MT.
3. Patrick Gay, Glasgow, MT., Clint Norcutt, Glasgow, MT.
4. Elizabeth Nyquist, Glasgow, MT., Casey Mattfeldt, Glasgow, MT.
5. Tyler George, Sheridan, WY., Clancy Harris, Fort Peck, MT.
6. Dale Borgen, Glasgow, MT., Eric Feit, Glasgow, MT.
7. Scott Redstone, Glasgow, MT., Aidan Redstone, Glasgow, MT.
8. Blake Gauer, Park City, MT., Lindsey Gauer, Park City, MT.
9. Blaine White, Glasgow, MT., Lacey White, Glasgow, MT.
10. Trey Shores, Malta, MT., Derek Davis, Malta, MT.
11. Ray Glasoe, Nashua, MT., Shane Rhoads, Glasgow, MT.
12. Joel Smith, Glasgow, MT., Marc Kloker, Glasgow, MT.
13. Melissa Sigmundstad, Glasgow, MT., Briana Page, Glasgow, MT.
14. Tyler Johnson, Nashua, MT., Zach Watts, Nashua, MT.
15. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Jason Molstad, Glasgow, MT.
16. Landon Holte, Fort Peck, MT., Carter Holte, Fort Peck, MT.
17. Timm Canen, Miles City, MT., Aimee Kloeckner, Glasgow, MT.
18. Briar Tuss, Glasgow, MT., Tori Gagne, Glasgow, MT.
19. Coel Stutheit, Glasgow, MT., John Grimes, Nashua, MT.
20. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, MT., Derek Werner, Poplar, MT.
21. Autumn Gault, Bozeman, MT., Brien Gault, Glasgow, MT.
22. Shawn Sibley, Nashua, MT., Kaise Sibley, Nashua, MT.
23. Steve Harris Jr., Sidney, MT., Ashley Harris, Sidney, MT.
24. Wrangler Jones, Hinsdale, MT., Dimon Jones, Hinsdale, MT.
25. Robert Kemp, Glasgow, MT., Jodi Kemp, Glasgow, MT.
26. William Vanhook, Sidney, MT., Wes Vanhook, Sidney, MT.
27. Brien Norcutt, Billings, MT., Steve Norcutt, Glasgow, MT.
28. Bret Schindler, Glasgow, MT., Shawn Hopstad, Glasgow, MT.
29. Jessica Riggin, Glasgow, MT., Ashliegh Knaff, Glasgow, MT.
30. Justin King, Sidney, MT., William Vanhook, Sidney, MT.
31. Craig White, Glasgow, MT., Baden White, Glasgow, MT.
32. Renee Sibley, Nashua, MT., Sara Storkson, Glasgow, MT.
33. Chad Dawson, Dickinson, ND., Leif Sorensen, Malta, MT.
34. Corey Bushman, Billings, MT., Matthew Bushman, Billings, MT.
35. Ty Thomas, Lewistown, MT., Jon Polich, Lewistown, MT.
36. Jacob Billman, Missoula, MT., Josh Trexler, Missoula, MT.
37. David Irving, Glasgow, MT., Rodney Ost, Glasgow, MT.
38. Katie Anderson, Glasgow, MT., Cody Kuka, Glasgow, MT.
39. Nick Knight, Glasgow, MT., Tenley Knight, Glasgow, MT.
40. Peyton Pedersen, Billings, MT., Tayler Mix, Glasgow, MT.
41. Keigan Ingram, Glasgow, MT., Lane Thompson, Glasgow, MT.
42. George Stuckers, Sidney, MT., Cody Stensland, Fairview, MT.
43. Dan Dupea, Billings, MT., Eli Dupea, Billings, MT.
44. Alan Bertsch, Minot, ND., Ricci Olson, Glasgow, MT.
45. Todd Lindsay, Billings, MT., Kellie Lindsay, Billings, MT.
46. Kelcey Knaff, Nashua, MT., Jake Knaff, Nashua, MT.
47. Norm Braaten, Fort Peck, MT., Dustin Braaten, Fort Peck, MT.
48. Matthew Sudduth, Saco, MT., Wyatt Pedersen, Glasgow, MT.
49. Jason Flaten, West Wendover, NV., Cole Plouffe, Glendive, MT.
50. Spencer Gay, Glendive, MT., Michael Houck, Glendive, MT.
51. Curtis Shipman, Glasgow, MT., Darci Sillerud, Glasgow, MT.
52. Shawn Wersal, Glasgow, MT., Darrin Wersal, Glasgow, MT.
53. Kyle Gibson, Glasgow, MT., Trevin Gibson, Glasgow, MT.
54. Karl Krause, Glasgow, MT., Jake Kuka, Glasgow, MT.
55. Dave George, Glasgow, MT., Candy Lagerquist, Glasgow, MT.
56. Mike Merideth, Nashua, MT., Michael Hendry, Nashua, MT.
57. James Decker, Sidney, MT., Steve Lowrey, Sidney, MT.
58. Lacey Flaten, Glasgow, MT., Keegan Morehouse, Glasgow, MT.
59. JD Bailey, Opheim, MT., Callahan Belling, Richland, MT.
60. Aaron Wittmer, Havre, MT., Wade Riden, Hinsdale, MT.
61. Mitch Mcintyre, Glasgow, MT., Jim McIntyre, Glasgow, MT.
62. Allan Harrington, Glasgow, MT., Tara Geer, Glasgow, MT.
63. Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT., Brent Joseph, Glasgow, MT.
64. Storm Jackson, Glasgow, MT., Ed Sugg, Glasgow, MT.
65. Cody King, Glasgow, MT., Michael King, Glasgow, MT.
66. Bobby Wise, Glasgow, MT., Robert Wise, Glasgow, MT.
67. Austin Bement, Sidney, MT., Ryan Dempsey, Glendive, MT.
68. Kobe Sibley, Glasgow, MT., Trevor Klind, Glasgow, MT.
69. Bo Boreson, Perrysville, IN., Vance Anderson, Glasgow, MT.
70. Casey King, Glasgow, MT., Tyler King, Glasgow, MT.
71. Josh Schmitt, Sidney, MT., Terrance Harris, Sidney, MT.
72. Robert Petersen, Billings, MT., Jayson Riggin, Billings, MT.
73. Chris George, Glasgow, MT., Melissa Sinerius, Glasgow, MT.
74. Rod Seder, Billings, MT., Rob Seder, Hardin, MT.
75. Jeff Irving, Belgrade, MT., Dylan Hughes, Glasgow, MT.
76. Nicole Peterson, Savage, MT., KaCee McPherson, Sidney, MT.
77. Abraham Hawkins, Billings, MT., Duane Meiers, Billings, MT.
78. Carter Pedersen, Billings, MT., Elijah Casterline, Laurel, MT.
79. Casey Riggin, Glasgow, MT., Tate Riggin-Lehner, Glasgow, MT.
80. Willy Lauckner, Nashua, MT., Colton Yoss, Nashua, MT.


Pete Stanton To Be Featured Speaker At Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet

Monday, May 31st 2021

Pete Stanton, Head Football Coach & Athletic Director, at Dickinson State University will be the featured speaker at this year’s Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet. Stanton has been at DSU for the past 21 years. He has led the Blue Hawk football team to SIX consecutive conference championships!

As a player, Stanton was a 1st Team NAIA All-American at Safety and in 1988 he was awarded the University's Male Athlete of the Year as a senior. He was inducted into the Dickinson State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004.
Stanton is a native of Baker, MT. and spent 11 years as head football coach in both Terry and Belgrade, before returning to DSU in 2000. His football teams at Terry played in 3 Class C State Championship games.

Stanton earned a Master's Degree from Montana State University. Prior to taking over as head football coach, Stanton was the head Men and Women's Track coach at DSU. He was named the NAIA Men's Outdoor Track and Field National Coach of the Year 4 straight years from 2003 to 2006 after leading the Blue Hawk Men to 3 consecutive National Championships from 2004-2006 and 5 National Runner-up finishes in 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, & 2010.

We are excited to have Coach Pete Stanton in Glasgow to speak to this year’s athletes!

This year’s banquet will be held at 6:00 pm on Tuesday June 1st at the St. Raphael’s Parish Center Gymnasium. The banquet will include a FREE meal sponsored by the Scottie Booster Club, the awards presentation, and the featured speaker presentation.
ALL 2020-21 participating High School student athletes are invited to attend. ALL athletes must RSVP and pick up their ticket at the Glasgow High School office by Wednesday May 26th. Each student athlete will receive up to two additional Banquet Tickets free of cost paid for by the Scottie Booster Club.
Varsity Letter Winner Certificates for each sport, All Conference Selections, All State Selections, Academic All State Selections, Sport Specific Awards, Male and Female Outstanding Senior Athlete Awards, and the Annual Golden Scottie Awards are ALL expected to be awarded at this banquet. This will be a semi-formal event for the student athletes and their coaches. Please dress accordingly and make every effort to attend!


Davyn Myrick And Daley Aune Receive Post-Season Honors For Scottie Softball

Sunday, May 30th 2021

2021 Eastern B/C Softball Honors Teams
1st Team All-Conference

Name Grade School
1 Aubrey Allison 10 Shepherd
2 Maggie Bender 10 Conrad
3 Camille Bradley 12 Cut Bank
4 MaKenna Burke 9 Cut Bank
5 Haileigh Davis 12 Shepherd
6 Reed Johnson 12 Stillwater
7 Hannah Monroe 10 Cut Bank
8 Davyn Myrick 12 Glasgow
9 Lauren Philipps 12 Conrad
10 Camden Susott 10 Huntley Project
11 Lily Zimmer 10 Huntley Project

2nd Team All-Conference
Name Grade School
12 Izzy Adams 11 Stillwater
15 Daley Aune 10 Glasgow
13 Bailey Egan 11 Colstrip
14 Makayla Harper 12 Stillwater
16 Kinley Kovatch 10 Cut Bank
17 Mia Link 12 Colstrip
18 Madison Orelup 12 Shepherd
19 Larissa Pinski 10 Great Falls Central
20 Sienne Spotted Bear 12 Cut Bank
21 Ashley Wengler 12 Huntley Project
22 Sawyer Wiggs 12 Stillwater

All-State
Name Grade School
1 Aubrey Allison 10 Shepherd
2 Maggie Bender 10 Conrad
3 Camille Bradley 12 Cut Bank
4 MaKenna Burke 9 Cut Bank
5 Haileigh Davis 12 Shepherd
6 Reed Johnson 12 Stillwater
7 Davyn Myrick 12 Glasgow
8 Camden Susott 10 Huntley Project


Scottie Track And Field Teams Complete Season At State Meet In Laurel

Sunday, May 30th 2021

Glasgow Scottie Track and Field 2021 state placers- Stephen Bailey 4th in vault, Tyann Graham 2nd, Eve Stone 5th in vault, Iris McKean 4th in 1600m, fifth in 3200m and Emily See 4th in 3200m.

Boys tie for 20th, girls tie for 10th.

Out of 12 events Friday, the Scotties had six personal bests. On Saturday, the Scotties had 5 more personal bests!

Class B state track and field meet
May 28-29 at Laurel

Boys


Team scores: Jefferson 62, Missoula Loyola 48, Manhattan 45, Huntley Project 42, Townsend 40, Bigfork 35, Red Lodge 31, Wolf Point 30, Columbus 27, Thompson Falls 26, Cut Bank 20, Florence 20, St. Ignatius 18, Eureka 17, Big Timber 12, Deer Lodge 10, Fairfield 6, Whitehall 6, Malta 6, Shelby 4, Glasgow 4, Baker 4, Conrad 4, Great Falls Central 2, Anaconda 2, Three Forks 2, Lodge Grass 2, Poplar 1, Colstrip 1.

100-meter dash: Ridger Palma, Missoula Loyola, 11.45; Gavin Vandenacre, Townsend, 11.48; Jay Jetmore, Red Lodge, 11.63.; Joey Visser, Jefferson, 11.70; Joshua Butts, Eureka, J11.76; Michael Swan, Manhattan, J11.76.

200: Ridger Palma, Missoula Loyola, 22.60; Michael Swan, Manhattan, 22.74; Colby Martinez, Columbus, 22.96; Jay Jetmore, Red Lodge, 23.11; Gavin Vandenacre, Townsend, 23.20; John Hanser, Columbus, 23.26.

400: Wyatt Barney, Manhattan, 49.54; Ridger Palma, Missoula Loyola, 49.74; Ty Ferguson, Big Timber, 50.50; Gavin Vandenacre, Townsend, 50.73; Michael Swan, Manhattan, 50.94; Jay Jetmore, Red Lodge, 51.08.

800: Wyatt Barney, Manhattan, 1:55.82; Zander Ackerman, Wolf Point, 1:58.90, Andrew Rush, St Ignatius, 1:59.25; Gunnar Smith, Eureka, 1:59.85; Cadence Waller, Florence, 2:00.93; Alex Nelson, Huntley Project, 2:01.91.

1,600: Zander Ackerman, Wolf Point, 4:31.02; Andrew Rush, St. Ignatius, 4:33.81; Nathaniel Gale, Florence, 4:34.14; Justin Morgan, Thompson Falls, 4:34.17; Jack Jensen, Bigfork, 4:34.78; Kevin Graves, Huntley Project, 4:41.12.


3,200: Zander Ackerman, Wolf Point, 9:47.86; Justin Morgan, Thompson Falls, 9:54.09; Nathaniel Gale, Florence, 10:10.96; Andrew Rush, St Ignatius, 10:12.99; Peyton Summers, Wolf Point, 10:15.95; Luke Meeker, Manhattan, 10:24.75.

110 hurdles: Braden Morris, Jefferson, 15.33; Isak Epperly, Bigfork, 15.40; Dylan Root, Jefferson, 15.59; Gavin Vandenacre, Townsend, 15.62; Skyler Quenzer, Red Lodge, 16.22; Wyatt Duke, Bigfork, 16.23.

300 hurdles: Joey Visser, Jefferson, 39.85; Braden Morris, Jefferson, 39.86; Dawson Sweat, Townsend, 41.06; Dylan Root, Jefferson, 42.10; Owen Reynolds, Red Lodge, 42.14; Jacob Buckingham, Eureka, 42.40.

400 relay: Missoula Loyola, 43.77; Townsend, 43.92; Columbus, 44.09; Bigfork, 44.36; Red Lodge, 44.63; Huntley Project, 44.71.

1,600 relay: Manhattan, 3:29.00; Townsend, 3:31.28; Red Lodge, 3:32.60; Columbus, 3:33.60; Eureka, 3:33.70; Huntley Project, 3:34.00.

Long jump: Colby Martinez, Columbus, 21-04; Gordon McMillion, Missoula Loyola, 21-00.50; Gavin Mills, Fairfield, 20-08.25; Cormac Benn, Bigfork, 20-04.75; Michael Swan, Manhattan, 20-02; Bauer Seewald, Cut Bank, 20-00.50.

Triple jump: Bauer Seewald, Cut Bank, 42-00.25.; Braden Morris, Jefferson, 41-06.50; Trevor Mosness, Big Timber, 41-04; Donnie Steen, Baker, 41-00.75; Grady Walker, Missoula Loyola, 40-10; Wyatt Jones, Manhattan, 40-09.50.

High jump: Noah Bouchard, Huntley Project, 6-04; Bauer Seewald, Cut Bank, J6-02; Wyatt Duke, Bigfork, J6-02; Reynolds, Rhett, Shelby, J6-02; Owen Long, Three Forks, J6-00; Tyce Casterline, Colstrip, J6-00.

Pole vault: Seth Osborne, Bigfork, 13-09; Spencer Jacobsen, Red Lodge, 13-09; Luke Donally, Huntley Project, 13-06; Stephen Bailey, Glasgow, 12-06; Tarum Jackson, Great Falls Central, 12-06; Dawson Lindeen, Huntley Project, 12-00.

Discus: Stanley Buchanan, Huntley Project, 149-00; Aidan Thompson, Deer Lodge, 138-05; Dylan Smith, Whitehall, 136-04; Cody Burk, Thompson Falls, 136-01; Rian Hoiland, Anaconda, 129-01; Jeremy Gallagher, Cut Bank, 123-11.

Shot put: Cody Burk, Thompson Falls, J49-11; Wade Rykal, Jefferson, J49-11; Cash Salsbery, Malta, 49-00.25; Mark Doty, Conrad, 48-04.75; Jacob Brien, Lodge Grass, 47-06.75; Stanley Buchanan, Huntley Project, 47-04.

Javelin: Noah Bouchard, Huntley Project, 166-04; Joseph Kindel, Eureka, 164-00; Luke Maki, Florence, 158-04; Braden Morris, Jefferson, 158-00; Brodey Freeman, Deer Lodge, 155-00; Tyler Pribbernow, Poplar, 151-07.

Girls

Team scores: Big Timber 67, Manhattan 62, Huntley Project 59, Colstrip 36, Baker 33, Choteau 32, Townsend 31, Jefferson 29, Wolf Point 25, Bigfork 20, Glasgow 20, Malta 16, Columbus 12, Conrad 11, Shepherd 11, Poplar 9, Anaconda 8, Whitehall 6, Eureka 6, St. Ignatius 4, Red Lodge 4, Fairfield 4, Joliet 4, Florence 2, Great Falls Central 1

100: Alyssa Boshart, Big Timber, 12.90; Clare Ronayne, Jefferson, 13.22; Cora Pesanti, Anaconda, 13.32; Ashlyn Lutts, Baker, 13.37; Emily Cooley, Big Timber, 13.46; Jewel Olson, Wolf Point, 13.53.

200: Jewel Olson, Wolf Point, 26.03; Alyssa Boshart, Big Timber, 26.10; Madeline Severson, Manhattan, 26.62; Clare Ronayne, Jefferson, 26.86; Katie Whitehurst, Whitehall, 27.10; Jasmyn Murphy, Three Forks, 27.36.

400: Jewel Olson, Wolf Point, 58.34; Madeline Severson, Manhattan, 58.68; Alyssa Boshart, Big Timber, 1:00.62; Katie Whitehurst, Whitehall, 1:00.96; Aley Aller, Big Timber, 1:02.18; Brayli Reimer, Red Lodge, 1:02.22.

800: Kelsey Plymale, Columbus, 2:22.64; Jazmin Gorder, Poplar, 2:23.99; Ada Bieler, Choteau, 2:24.36; Sarah Christensen, Townsend, 2:24.81; Ashlyn Lutts, Baker, 2:25.48; Kameryn Ketchum, Big Timber, 2:25.67.

1,600: Emma Stolte, Townsend, 5:17.47; Ada Bieler, Choteau, 5:22.32; Hallie Hemenway, Manhattan, 5:22.98; Iris McKean, Glasgow, 5:31.95; Kelsey Plymale, Columbus, 5:33.04; Jazmin Gorder, Poplar, 5:33.76.

3,200: Hallie Hemenway, Manhattan, 11:47.60; Ada Bieler, Choteau, 11:54.61; Natalie Wood, Big Timber, 11:56.06; Emily See, Glasgow, 12:07.34; Iris McKean, Glasgow, 12:09.86; Emma Stolte, Townsend, 12:15.24.

100 hurdles: Macee Murphy, Huntley Project, 15.73; Olleca Severson, Manhattan, 16.07; Havyn Vandenacre, Townsend, 16.66; Cheyenne Maddox, Fairfield, 16.77; Alyssa Boshart, Big Timber, 16.83; Emma Evenson, Red Lodge, 16.99.

300 hurdles: Havyn Vandenacre, Townsend, 46.15; Gracie Bradley, Colstrip, 46.22; Olleca Severson, Manhattan, 47.07; Jasmyn Murphy, Three Forks, 47.40; Macee Murphy, Huntley Project, 47.85; Brayli Reimer, Red Lodge, 48.08.

400 relay: Big Timber, 50.38; Baker, 50.55; Jefferson, 50.68; Bigfork, 50.77; Shepherd, 50.89; Conrad, 50.97.

1,600 relay: Bigfork, 4:10.11; Manhattan, 4:10.16; Baker, 4:10.46; Big Timber, 4:13.42; Jefferson, 4:16.94; Huntley Project, 4:17.57.

Long jump: Jasmyn Murphy; Three Forks, 17-00.25; Madeline Severson, Manhattan, 16-08.25; Emily Cooley, Big Timber, 16-04; Sydney Brander, St. Ignatius, 16-03.50; Saraya Afrank, Baker, 16-02.50; Peyton Janeway, Baker, 15-11.75.


Triple jump: Erica Smith, Malta, 34-06; Emma McCauley, Jefferson, 34-02.25; Peyton Janeway, Baker, 34-01.75; Anika Ploeger, Baker, 33-09.75; Olleca Severson, Manhattan, 33-08.75; Hailee Stiles, Jefferson, 33-05.75.

High jump: Emily Cooley, Big Timber, J5-04; Hannah Cooper, Huntley Project, J5-02; Remmi Stanger, Eureka, J5-00; Savana Warburton, Joliet, J5-00; Kadie Bends, Colstrip, J4-10; Inga Turner, Bigfork, J4-10.

Pole vault: Breauna Erickson, Conrad, 10-03; Tyann Graham, Glasgow, 9-00; Delayne Lindeen, Huntley Project, J9-00; Hannah Christman, Huntley Project, J9-00; Eve Stone, Glasgow, J8-06; Emma Evenson, Red Lodge, J8-06.

Shot put: Jamie Whitedirt, Colstrip, 42-10; Talen Rogers, Colstrip, 39-04.25; Hannah Cooper, Huntley Project, 38-03.50; Scout Nadeau, Bigfork, 37-01.25; Tia Siewing, Malta, 35-10.75; Faith Ekness, Shepherd, 34-08.50.

Discus: Tristen Sedgwick, Huntley Project, 128-02; Jamie Whitedirt, Colstrip, 116-10; Brooke McClenning, Huntley Project, 116-03; Skylie Lefdahl, Malta, 108-02; Kendall Boehm, Florence, 106-10; Audrey Baker, Great Falls Central, 106-09.

Javelin: Sadie Grove, Choteau, 123-04; Ashley Carroll, Shepherd, 117-11; Tristen Sedgwick, Huntley Project, J115-06; Katelyn MacDonald, Wolf Point, J115-06; Mia Sullivan, Anaconda, 114-04; Zoey Albert, Bigfork, 113-08.


Kaitlyn McColly Leads Hinsdale Girls To 2nd Place Finish At State Track And Field Meet

Sunday, May 30th 2021

Kaitlyn McColly scored all of the Hinsdale Raider points as the Raiders finished in 2nd place at the State Track and Field Meet in Missoula. McColly, a senior for the Raiders, has had an incredible athletic career and capped it off with state championships in the 300 hurdles and triple jump. She took second in the 100 hurdles and pole vault and added a 3rd place finish in the long jump to score of the team points for the Raiders.

The Raiders finished with 42 points which put them behind Seeley-Swan in the team championship race.

Class C state track and field meet
May 28-29 at Missoula

Boys


Team scores: Fort Benton 74, Belt 45, Richey-Lambert 41, Seeley-Swan 38, Twin Bridges 36, Manhattan Christian 33, Simms 28, Plentywood 22, Harlowton-Ryegate 21.5, Chinook 17, Circle 16, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 16, Hinsdale 15.5; White Sulphur Springs 13, Noxon 12, Reed Point-Rapelje 12, Fairview 11, Park City 10, Lustre Christian 10, Scobey 9, Hot Springs 6, Cascade 6, Fromberg 6, Roberts 6, Valley Christian 4, Sheridan 4, Savage 4, St. Regis 2, Gardiner 2, Broadview-Lavina 1, Shields Valley 1, Drummond 1, Ennis 1.

100-meter dash: William Ullery, Fort Benton, 11.48; Chase Fitzpatrick, Twin Bridges, 11.53; Kaimen Evans, Belt, 11.653; Loden Idler, Hinsdale, 11.657; Stephen Links, Simms, 11.76; Shaw Davis, White Sulphur Springs, 11.77.

200: William Ullery, Fort Benton, 23.04; Kaimen Evans, Belt, 23.16; Dallin Nelson, Simms, 23.48; Loden Idler, Hinsdale, 23.57; Brenden Fetter, Chinook, 23.62; Owen Hoag, Seeley-Swan, 23.63.

400: Owen Hoag, Seeley-Swan, 50.10; Kaimen Evans, Belt, 50.12; Hayden Lockie, Circle, 51.98; Garrett Zimdars, Park City, 52.37; Jesse Lee, Hinsdale, 52.41; Tebarek Hill, Manhattan Christian, 52.59.

800: Hayden Lockie, Circle, 2:00.98; Samuel Smith, Richey-Lambert, 2:01.59; Ryan Fenley, Harlowton-Ryegate, 2:02.78; Matt Kenney, Manhattan Christian, 2:03.10; Lee Blankenship, Roberts, 2:04.80; Aidan McDaniel, Belt, 2:05.66.

1,600: Samuel Smith, Richey-Lambert, 4:29.84; Oren Arthun, Manhattan Christian, 4:35.27; Devan Walhof Jr., Manhattan Christian, 4:37.84; Asa Jassen, Belt, 4:40.44; Ryan Fenley, Harlowton-Ryegate, 4:42.25; Lee Karpstein, Broadview-Lavina, 4:45.91.


3,200: Samuel Smith, Richey-Lambert, 9:56.82; Oren Arthun, Manhattan Christian, 10:10.78; Matt Kenney, Manhattan Christian, 10:27.51; Asa Jassen, Belt, 10:30.32; Clayton Jassen, Belt, 10:34.81; Lee Karpstein, Broadview-Lavina, 10:35.83.

110 hurdles: Tate Smith, Twin Bridges, 15.62; Jackson Swanz, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap, 15.90; Caleb Senner, Richey-Lambert, 16.15; Nathan Tuinstra, Valley Christian, 16.55; Kyle Lawson, Hot Springs, 16.6; Samuel Bryant, Drummond, 16.69.

300 hurdles: Tate Smith, Twin Bridges, 41.19; Jackson Swanz, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap, 42.47; Caleb Senner, Richey-Lambert, 42.51; Kyle Lawson, Hot Springs, 42.83; Stockton Zimdars, Park City, 42.88; Braxton Inman, Chinook, 42.94.

400 relay: Simms, 44.12; Fort Benton, 44.39; Chinook, 45.42; Belt, 45.61; Fairview, 45.80; Harlowton-Ryegate, 46.00.

1,600 relay: Fort Benton, 3:31.04; Belt, 3:32.78; Simms, 3:35.10; Park City, 3:39.34; Harlowton-Ryegate, 3:39.75; Seeley-Swan, 3:39.90.

Long jump: Nick Marais, Fort Benton, 20-07.75; Cameron Brusven, Plentywood, 20-05.50; Hayden Diekhans, Fort Benton, 20-00.00; Chase Keating, Reed Point-Rapelje, 19-07.75; Tate Smith, Twin Bridges, 19-07.25; Aidan Jenkins, Shields Valley, 19-06.50.

Triple jump: Hayden Diekhans, Fort Benton, 44-11; Chase Keating, Reed Point-Rapelje, 43-08; Tate Smith, Twin Bridges, 42-04.50; Benjamin Kosel, Roberts, 41-03.75; Ryan Fenley, Harlowton-Ryegate, 41-03.25; Noah Wilson, Ennis, 41-01.75.

High jump: Jasiah Hambira, Lustre Christian, 6-03; Toby Niederegger, Chinook, 6-02; Conner Woodall, Cascade, 6-00; Sam Davis, White Sulphur Springs, 6-00; Andrew Sanford, St. Regis, 5-10; Jesse Lee, Hinsdale, 5-10; Cole Blatter, Harlowton-Ryegate, 5-10.

Pole vault: Jace Thompson, Fort Benton, 13-00; J.P. Braut, Scobey, 12-06; Mason Chandler, Plentywood, 11-06; Loden Idler, Hinsdale, 11-06; Hartson VanHouten, Sheridan, 11-06; Devon Southland, Scobey, 11-06.

Shot put: Walker McDonald, Seeley-Swan, 52-08.25; Cade VanVleet, Noxon, 50-11.50; Eric Lorentz, Seeley-Swan, 47-11.50; Kaidin Thibert, Simms, 46-10.50; Kaden Kerr, White Sulphur Springs, 44-07.50; Jesse Lee, Hinsdale, 44-05.50.

Discus: Walker McDonald, Seeley-Swan, 156-09; Paul Hardy, Fairview, 148-05; Ethan Schlepp, White Sulphur Springs, 142-08; Cade VanVleet, Noxon, 140-07; Taylor Rose, Gardiner, 140-01; Hunter Sharbono, Fairview, 138-01.

Javelin: Cameron Brusven, Plentywood, 172-03; Jason Todhunter, Harlowton-Ryegate, 160-02; Sal Palacios, Fromberg, 157-07; Sloan McPherson, Savage, 155-00; Caleb Ball, St. Regis, 151-10; Tiegen Cundiff, Richey-Lambert, 143-11.

Girls

Team scores: Seeley-Swan 72, Hinsdale 42, Fort Benton 37, Plentywood 37, Manhattan Christian 36.5, Savage 33, Belt 33, Charlo 32, Saco 29, Fairview 29, Alberton-Superior 28, Noxon 19, West Yellowstone 16, Whitewater 10, Sunburst 10, Culbertson 8, Circle 8, Drummond 6, Twin Bridges 5, Westby-Grenora 5, Harlowton-Ryegate 5, Shields Valley 4, Scobey 4, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 2, North Star 2, Lincoln 2, Chinook 2, Froid-Medicine Lake 2, Big Sandy 2, Victor 1, Richey-Lambert 1, Broadus 1, Absarokee 1, Melstone 1, Darby 1, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap .5.

100-meter dash: Brooke Reuter, Savage, 12.78; Emilie Collins, West Yellowstone, 12.93; Carlee Fryberger, Charlo, 13.01; Jadyn VanDyken, Manhattan Christian, 13.29; Isabella Pereira, Alberton-Superior, 13.34; Tandy Planichek, Absarokee, 13.46.

200: Brooke Reuter, Savage, 25.51; Emilie Collins, West Yellowstone, 25.62; Carlee Fryberger, Charlo, 26.15; Jadyn VanDyken, Manhttan Christian, 26.32; Eliana Kuperus, Manhattan Christian, 26.95; Elizabeth Field, Westby-Grenora, 27.02.

400: Sariah Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 58.32; Brooke Reuter, Savage, 58.36; Lindsey Paulson, Belt, 59.97; Jadyn VanDyken, Manhattan Christian, 1:00.09; Elizabeth Field, Westby-Grenora, 1:00.21; Aspen Giese, Fort Benton, 1:00.34.

800: Sariah Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 2:14.86; Lindsey Paulson, Belt, 2:16.61; MacKenzie Morgan, Noxon, 2:19.29; Samantha Fenley, Harlowton-Ryegate, 2:21.78; Elizabeth Field, Westby-Grenora, 2:22.77; Gracee Lekvold, Scobey, 2:24.78.

1,600: Lindsey Paulson, Belt, 5:13.98; MacKenzie Morgan, Noxon, 5:19.39; Annie Kaul, Plentywood, 5:21.55; Sariah Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 5:24.57; Gracee Lekvoled, Scobey, 5:26.14; Samantha Fenley, Harlowton-Ryegate, 5:29.97.

3,200: Annie Kaul, Plentywood, 11:50.12; Lindsey Paulson, Belt, 11:50.60; Ava Bellach, Manhattan Christian, 12:17.10; Kai Wasson, Whitewater, 12:19.99; Anna Terry, Chinook, 12:26.03; MacKenzie Morgan, Noxon, 12:27.14.

100 hurdles: Carlee Fryberger, Charlo, 14.81; Kaitlyn McColly, Hinsdale, 15.01; Annie Kaul, Plentywood, 16.52; Claire Bucklin, Sunburst, 16.58; Eva Wagoner, Big Sandy, 16.76; Amber Anderson, Darby, 16.79.

300 hurdles: Kaitlyn McColly, Hinsdale, 46.34; Carlee Fryberger, Charlo, 46.63; Claire Bucklin, Sunburst, 48.09; Grace Gackle, Circle, 48.25; Kara Reed, Denton-Geyser-Stanford, 48.31; Abby Clark, Fort Benton, 48.61.

400 relay: Seeley-Swan, 50.24; Manhattan Christian, 50.77; Alberton-Superior, 52.39; Shields Valley, 52.62; Fort Benton, 52.77; Richey-Lambert, 52.87.

1,600 relay: Seeley-Swan, 4:06.35; Manhattan Christian, 4:11.96; Fort Benton, 4:17.35; Noxon, 4:20.87; Alberton-Superior, 4:21.62; Savage, 4:22.76.

Long jump: Abby Clark, Fort Benton, 17-03.50; Aspen Giese, Fort Benton, 17-00.50; Kaitlyn McColly, Hinsdale, 16-11.75; Teagan Erickson, Saco, 16-10.25; Emily Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 15-11.75; Zeason Schaffer, Broadus, 15-09.75.


Triple jump: Kaitlyn McColly, Hinsdale, 35-04; Isabella Pereira, Alberton-Superior, 35-00; Teagan Erickson, 34-11; Brooke Reuter, Savage, 33-10.75; Carlee Fryberger, Charlo, 33-09.50; Cassidy Alber, Victor, 33-05.25.

High jump: Teagan Erickson, Saco, 5-04; Abbey Granbois, Culbertson, 5-03; Audrey Sampsen, Plentywood, 5-02; Abby Clark, Fort Benton, 5-00; Callie Kaiser, Twin Bridges, 5-00; Leni Krehbiel, Melstone, 5-00.

Pole vault: Teigan Taylor, Fairview, 10-06; Kaitlyn McColly, Hinsdale, 10-06; Jaycee Erickson, Saco, 9-06; Annie Kaul, Plentywood, 9-06; Laynie Sattoriva, North Star, 9-00; Alexis DeVris, Manhattan Christian, 7-06; Dakota Auck, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap, 7-06.

Shot put: Jadyn Gackle, Fairview, 37-05; Klaire Kovatch, Seeley-Swan, 37-03.75; Kelsee Cummings, Whitewater, 36-05.25; Emma Brensdal, Plentywood, 36-03.50; Carolyne Christofferson, Froid-Medicine Lake, 35-05.50; Scout Hopes, Fairview, 34-09.50.

Discus: Klaire Kovatch, Seeley-Swan, 145-11; Jadyn Gackle, Fairview, 126-03; Cloe Kalanick, Fort Benton, 118-06; Ryann Moline, Circle, 118-04; Linsdey Weisner, Lincoln, 107-09; Ahmia Lords, Belt, 107-06.

Javelin: Sorren Reese, Alberton-Superior, 128-03; Klaire Kovatch, Seeley-Swan, 123-07; Jessie Struna, Drummond, 114-11; Jaycee Erickson, Saco, 111-07; Bailey Stockett, Twin Bridges, 110-00; Carrie Taylor, Scobey, 109-09.


Florence Wins State B/C Softball Championship

Sunday, May 30th 2021

Friday

Game 5: Mission-Arlee-Charlo 6, Columbus-Absarokee-Park City 5, undefeated semifinal.

Game 6: Florence 9, Cut Bank-Valier 4, undefeated semifinal.

Game 7: Ennis 15, Huntley Project 9, loser-out.

Game 8: Manhattan 18, Shepherd 16, loser-out.

Game 9: Cut Bank-Valier 7, Ennis 3, loser-out.

Game 10: Columbus-Absarokee-Park City 13, Manhattan 6, loser-out.

Game 11: Florence 12, Mission-Arlee-Charlo 5, undefeated final.

Game 12: Columbus-Absarokee-Park City 11, Cut Bank-Valier 4.

Saturday

Game 13: Mission-Arlee-Charlo 13, Columbus-Absarokee-Park City 2, loser takes third.

Game 14: Florence 10, Mission-Arlee-Charlo 4, championship.


First Day Results From State B Track Meet

Saturday, May 29th 2021

Class B state track and field meet
May 28-29 at Laurel

Boys

Team scores (through six events): Huntley Project 28, Missoula Loyola 16, Bigfork 16, Manhattan 14, Florence 12, Columbus 10, Deer Lodge 10, Wolf Point 10, Red Lodge 9, St. Ignatius 8, Thompson Falls 8, Eureka 8, Fairfield 6, Whitehall 6, Big Timber 6, Jefferson 4, Glasgow 4, Townsend 4, Great Falls Central 2, Cut Bank 2, Anaconda 2, Poplar 1.

400: Wyatt Barney, Manhattan, 49.54; Ridger Palma, Missoula Loyola, 49.74; Ty Ferguson, Big Timber, 50.50; Gavin Vandenacre, Townsend, 50.73; Michael Swan, Manhattan, 50.94; Jay Jetmore, Red Lodge, 51.08.

1,600: Zander Ackerman, Wolf Point, 4:31.02; Andrew Rush, St. Ignatius, 4:33.81; Nathaniel Gale, Florence, 4:34.14; Justin Morgan, Thompson Falls, 4:34.17; Jack Jensen, Bigfork, 4:34.78; Kevin Graves, Huntley Project, 4:41.12.

Long jump: Colby Martinez, Columbus, 21-04; Gordon McMillion, Missoula Loyola, 21-00.50; Gavin Mills, Fairfield, 20-08.25; Cormac Benn, Bigfork, 20-04.75; Michael Swan, Manhattan, 20-02; Bauer Seewald, Cut Bank, 20-00.50.

Pole vault: Seth Osborne, Bigfork, 13-09; Spencer Jacobsen, Red Lodge, 13-09; Luke Donally, Huntley Project, 13-06; Stephen Bailey, Glasgow, 12-06; Tarum Jackson, Great Falls Central, 12-06; Dawson Lindeen, Huntley Project, 12-00.

Discus: Stanley Buchanan, Huntley Project, 149-00; Aidan Thompson, Deer Lodge, 138-05; Dylan Smith, Whitehall, 136-04; Cody Burk, Thompson Falls, 136-01; Rian Hoiland, Anaconda, 129-01; Jeremy Gallagher, Cut Bank, 123-11.


Javelin: Noah Bouchard, Huntley Project, 166-04; Joseph Kindel, Eureka, 164-00; Luke Maki, Florence, 158-04; Braden Morris, Jefferson, 158-00; Brodey Freeman, Deer Lodge, 155-00; Tyler Pribbernow, Poplar, 151-07.

Girls

Team scores (through four events): Manhattan 22, Huntley Project 16, Big Timber 14, Three Forks 10, Townsend 10, Wolf Point 10, Choteau 8, Colstrip 8, Whitehall 4, St. Ignatius 4, Glasgow 4, Malta 4, Baker 3, Columbus 2, Florence 2, Great Falls Central 1, Poplar 1, Red Lodge 1.

400: Jewel Olson, Wolf Point, 58.34; Madeline Severson, Manhattan, 58.68; Alyssa Boshart, Big Timber, 1:00.62; Katie Whitehurst, Whitehall, 1:00.96; Aley Aller, Big Timber, 1:02.18; Brayli Reimer, Red Lodge, 1:02.22.

1,600: Emma Stolte, Townsend, 5:17.47; Ada Bieler, Choteau, 5:22.32; Hallie Hemenway, Manhattan, 5:22.98; Iris McKean, Glasgow, 5:31.95; Kelsey Plymale, Columbus, 5:33.04; Jazmin Gorder, Poplar, 5:33.76.

Long jump: Jasmyn Murphy; Three Forks, 17-00.25; Madeline Severson, Manhattan, 16-08.25; Emily Cooley, Big Timber, 16-04; Sydney Brander, St. Ignatius, 16-03.50; Saraya Afrank, Baker, 16-02.50; Peyton Janeway, Baker, 15-11.75.

Discus: Tristen Sedgwick, Huntley Project, 128-02; Jamie Whitedirt, Colstrip, 116-10; Brooke McClenning, Huntley Project, 116-03; Skylie Lefdahl, Malta, 108-02; Kendall Boehm, Florence, 106-10; Audrey Baker, Great Falls Central, 106-09.


First Day Results From State C Track Meet

Saturday, May 29th 2021

Class C state track and field meet
May 28-29 at Missoula

Boys

Team scores (through six events): Fort Benton 26, Plentywood 22, Seeley-Swan 20, Manhattan Christian 15, Belt 12, Richey-Lambert 11, Harlowton-Ryegate 10, Fairview 9, Scobey 9, Hinsdale 6, White Sulphur Springs 6, Circle 6, Fromberg 6, Sheridan 4, Savage 4, Reed Point-Rapelje 4, Noxon 4, Park City 4, St. Regis 2, Twin Bridges 2, Gardiner 2, Broadview-Lavina 1, Shields Valley 1.

400: Owen Hoag, Seeley-Swan, 50.10; Kaimen Evans, Belt, 50.12; Hayden Lockie, Circle, 51.98; Garrett Zimdars, Park City, 52.37; Jesse Lee, Hinsdale, 52.41; Tebarek Hill, Manhattan Christian, 52.59.

1,600: Samuel Smith, Richey-Lambert, 4:29.84; Oren Arthun, Manhattan Christian, 4:35.27; Devan Walhof Jr., Manhattan Christian, 4:37.84; Asa Jassen, Belt, 4:40.44; Ryan Fenley, Harlowton-Ryegate, 4:42.25; Lee Karpstein, Broadview-Lavina, 4:45.91.

Long jump: Nick Marais, Fort Benton, 20-07.75; Cameron Brusven, Plentywood, 20-05.50; Hayden Diekhans, Fort Benton, 20-00.00; Chase Keating, Reed Point-Rapelje, 19-07.75; Tate Smith, Twin Bridges, 19-07.25; Aidan Jenkins, Shields Valley, 19-06.50.

Pole vault: Jace Thompson, Fort Benton, 13-00; J.P. Braut, Scobey, 12-06; Mason Chandler, Plentywood, 11-06; Loden Idler, Hinsdale, 11-06; Hartson VanHouten, Sheridan, 11-06; Devon Southland, Scobey, 11-06.

Discus: Walker McDonald, Seeley-Swan, 156-09; Paul Hardy, Fairview, 148-05; Ethan Schlepp, White Sulphur Springs, 142-08; Cade VanVleet, Noxon, 140-07; Taylor Rose, Gardiner, 140-01; Hunter Sharbono, Fairview, 138-01.


Javelin: Cameron Brusven, Plentywood, 172-03; Jason Todhunter, Harlowton-Ryegate, 160-02; Sal Palacios, Fromberg, 157-07; Sloan McPherson, Savage, 155-00; Caleb Ball, St. Regis, 151-10; Tiegen Cundiff, Richey-Lambert, 143-11.

Girls

Team scores (through five events): Seeley-Swan 26, Fort Benton 25, Fairview 18, Belt 17, Hinsdale 14, Plentywood 11, Saco 9, Savage 8, Noxon 8, Manhattan Christian 4.5, Circle 4, Scobey 2, Westby-Grenora 2, North Star 2, Lincoln 2, Broadus 1, Harlowton-Ryegate 1, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap .5.

400: Sariah Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 58.32; Brooke Reuter, Savage, 58.36; Lindsey Paulson, Belt, 59.97; Jadyn VanDyken, Manhattan Christian, 1:00.09; Elizabeth Field, Westby-Grenora, 1:00.21; Aspen Giese, Fort Benton, 1:00.34.

1,600: Lindsey Paulson, Belt, 5:13.98; MacKenzie Morgan, Noxon, 5:19.39; Annie Kaul, Plentywood, 5:21.55; Sariah Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 5:24.57; Gracee Lekvoled, Scobey, 5:26.14; Samantha Fenley, Harlowton-Ryegate, 5:29.97.

Long jump: Abby Clark, Fort Benton, 17-03.50; Aspen Giese, Fort Benton, 17-00.50; Kaitlyn McColly, Hinsdale, 16-11.75; Teagan Erickson, Saco, 16-10.25; Emily Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 15-11.75; Zeason Schaffer, Broadus, 15-09.75.

Pole vault: Teigan Taylor, Fairview, 10-06; Kaitlyn McColly, Hinsdale, 10-06; Jaycee Erickson, Saco, 9-06; Annie Kaul, Plentywood, 9-06; Laynie Sattoriva, North Star, 9-00; Alexis DeVris, Manhattan Christian, 7-06; Dakota Auck, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap, 7-06.


Discus: Klaire Kovatch, Seeley-Swan, 145-11; Jadyn Gackle, Fairview, 126-03; Cloe Kalanick, Fort Benton, 118-06; Ryann Moline, Circle, 118-04; Linsdey Weisner, Lincoln, 107-09; Ahmia Lords, Belt, 107-06.


Results From State B/C Softball Tourney

Saturday, May 29th 2021

Pairings

Thursday

Game 1: Columbus-Absarokee-Park City 2, Ennis 1, first round.

Game 2: Mission-Arlee-Charlo 7, Huntley Project 6, first round.

Game 3: Florence 12, Shepherd 5, first round.

Game 4: Cut Bank-Valier 13, Manhattan 3, first round.

Friday

Game 5: Mission-Arlee-Charlo 6, Columbus-Absarokee-Park City 5, undefeated semifinal.

Game 6: Florence 9, Cut Bank-Valier 4, undefeated semifinal.

Game 7: Ennis 15, Huntley Project 9, loser-out.

Game 8: Manhattan 18, Shepherd 16, loser-out.

Game 9: Cut Bank-Valier 7, Ennis 3, loser-out.

Game 10: Columbus-Absarokee-Park City 13, Manhattan 6, loser-out.

Game 11: Florence 12, Mission-Arlee-Charlo 5, undefeated final.

Game 12: Columbus-Absarokee-Park City 11, Cut Bank-Valier 4.

Saturday

Game 13: Columbus-Absarokee-Park City vs. Mission-Arlee-Charlo, 9 a.m., loser takes third.

Game 14: Florence vs. Game 13 winner, 11 a.m., championship.

Game 15: Double-elimination championship, if needed, 1 p.m.