Kiara Iron Heart and Preston Iron Heart took second and 17th place, respectively, at the Western Classic Cross Country Meet held in Dillon last week. Usual frontrunner Jeremy Bockus came in a few seconds behind Iron Heart for an 18th place finish.
You couldn’t ask for a much better last regular high school cross country season meet, with nearly every Cut Bank runner peaking to demolish their season’s best time under the cold clouds at the Glacier Invitational.
The Shelby cross country team competed at Glacier Invitational in Kalispell and the Harlem Meet as warm up races to the upcoming state meet.
The Valier Panthers were taken down by the Big Sandy Pioneers, 48-14, on Friday, Oct. 15. The local gridders will close out the regular season in Centerville on Saturday before heading to the playoffs next weekend.
The Sunburst Refiners game with Heart Butte was cancelled last weekend. The Refiners are scheduled to play Thursday, Oct. 21, in Sunburst against Box Elder. The Bears, however, have not played a game the last four weeks.
The Lady Indians improved in every set, but lost three to Columbia Falls on Thursday, Oct. 7, 15-25, 20-25 and 21-25. Cara Guardipee and Susan Connelly led in kills, making four and three respectively of 13 total kills for the team. Tashy LazyBoy and Kalcie Connelly had two each of seven blo…
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves went 1-2 last week as they dropped matches to Shelby and Malta before ending the week with a dominating win over Rocky Boy. The Lady Wolves are back in action this week as they take on Choteau and Conrad.
The Big Red Father-Son football game was held on Thursday, Oct. 7, and ended with a tie score, 18-18. Those participating included Steven Eagle Feathers, Jance Eagle Feathers, Tony Carlson, Jesse Carlson, Mathew Johnson, Justice Johnson, Marlin Champine, Steven Champine, Dusty Louis, Duston …
The Shelby Coyotes volleyball team picked up two conference wins last week, defeating Cut Bank in five games then defeated Conrad in three straight games.
In last Friday’s battle of the Wolves, it was Cut Bank who handily won the game 50-15 over Wolf Point in the annual Homecoming game. Cut Bank will look to carry that momentum into this week’s battle in Malta.
“It was a roller coaster of ups and downs,” Coach Jerry Racine said of last week’s loss to Libby at Arrowhead Stadium. While the first half of the game saw great plays both on the ground and in the air, Libby’s defense proved more entrenched in the second half and stymied the Browning attack.
The Shelby Coyotes defeated Chester-Joplin-Inverness (CJI) last Friday night in a high scoring game, 74-46. The Coyotes are scheduled to play in Belt this Friday. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m., following the junior high football game which starts at 4:30 p.m.
The Sunburst Refiners took advantage of the beautiful day last Saturday to defeat the North Star Knights, 42-28. Sunburst travelled to Rudyard to take on the Knights for a conference game and came home with the win.
The Shelby Lady Coyotes spikers lost to Malta in five games, 25-18, 10-25, 23-25, 25-9, and 15-7, but defeated Rocky Boy handily, 25-15, 25-11, and 25-14, in last week’s action.
With no cross country meets slated for last week, Browning Coach Roy McNabb took advantage of a last minute offer to run at the Refiner Invitational in Sunburst on Saturday, Sept. 25. “It was a great opportunity,” he said. “They support us and we support them, but it was a street race, not c…
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves went 2-0 last week as they swept the Conrad Cowgirls and outlasted the Fairfield Eagles. The local spikers will look to carry that momentum into homecoming week as they take on a pair of non-conference foes in Great Falls Central and Browning.
The Valier Lady Panther volleyball team won a pair of conference tilts last week as they defeated Dutton/Brady on Thursday before going the distance to take out Cascade on Saturday.
The Cut Bank Middle School tennis club concluded its season in Great Falls on Friday, Sept. 24. The Wolves competed in a tournament against players from Conrad, Fort Benton, Fairfield, and Simms.
While it was East Helena with the first eight points in the first quarter of last Friday’s game on the road, Browning’s Big Red went on a scoring spree in the second and third quarter to amass 40 points. Although East Helena made two trips to the end zone in the fourth quarter, Big Red chalk…
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves volleyball team split a pair of matches last week as they took down non-conference foe Harlem on Tuesday and fell to Choteau on Thursday. The Lady Wolves will be looking for their first conference win of the season this week as they travel to Conrad and host Fairfield.
The Shelby Coyotes cross country squad competed in two meets last week. They hosted a meet on Sept. 13 and traveled to Missoula Saturday for the Mountain West Classic.
The Valier Panthers football team picked up a dominating 57-0 win against a short-handed Box Elder squad last week. Box Elder began the game with eight players and were down to five early in the second half. The teams played five-on-five for a couple drives into the third quarter and the gam…
The Lady Panther spikers swept Heart Butte last week in dominating fashion to claim the Homecoming week win, 25-8, 25-18 and 25-7. The Panther spikers will look to keep that momentum rolling this week as they take on two conference foes.
Last week’s surprise volleyball match between Cut Bank and Browning looked like a blowout in the opening sets as the Lady Indians narrowly lost 26-24 in the first. A disappointing 25-13 second set seemed to have spelled likely defeat for Browning, but they gathered their strength and came ba…
The Cut Bank Wolves football team fell to 1-2 on the season following a home loss to Jefferson County (Boulder) last Friday. The Wolves were 0-3, but were awarded a victory when Missoula-Loyola was forced to forfeit their season opening win due to eligibility issues.
The Shelby Coyotes football team lost a conference game to Simms, 64-28, in last weekend’s action. The Coyotes played an admirable game considering they were short four of their eight starters who were injured in the season opener.
The Shelby Coyotes lost a close match to Malta, 20-25, 24-26, and 22-25, and then went on to claim the championship of the Chinook Invitational. Shelby defeated Cut Bank Chinook, and Glasgow to win the tourney title.
The Valier Panthers picked up a 20-12 victory over North Star last Saturday to even their record at 1-1 and they sit at 1-0 in conference play.
When the dust cleared from a massive men’s cross-country race of 129 runners at the Mike Reynolds Time Trials in Cut Bank, it was once again brothers James and Elijah Greene who came out tops for the Wolves, finishing 29th and 30th respectively overall.
While the 37-0 score wasn’t anything the fans, coaches or players wanted to see in their first game at the new football stadium at Browning High School, they were all happy to be there. A pair of entrances greeted fans as they entered the new facility, and singers, drummers and dancers helpe…
The Sunburst Refiners football team struggled last Friday at home in their conference opener against the Power/Dutton/ Brady (PDB) Titans, losing 44-10.
The Sunburst Refiners opened their season with a win defeating the Centerville Miners, 52-33, in last week’s action. Sunburst used the non-conference game as an opportunity to see where they were at with their offense and defense.
“It went well,” Browning cross country coach Roy McNabb said of his team’s first outing of the season. While the Runnin’ Indians were unable to host their meet at BHS or at the East Glacier Park Golf Course, the friendly folks in Cut Bank welcomed the Saturday, Aug. 28, meet that included t…
The Valier Lady Panthers opened the 2021 season with a conference loss to Great Falls Central but battled back over the weekend to take second place at the Sunburst Invitational. The local spikers will be back on the court Thursday, Sept. 2, when they host Dutton/Brady. Sub-varsity action be…
The Michael family graciously hosted a 5k at the Rumney Ranch on Thursday, Aug. 19 for the Wolves Cross Country Team of 30 strong who were chomping at the bit to put their early season training to the test. With just a week of training on their legs, they posted some promising times, and dem…
The Shelby Coyotes football team has begun practice for their 2021 season and are gearing up for their first contest on Friday, Aug. 27, at home against Joliet at 7 p.m.
The Panther volleyball squad will open their season this week as they host Great Falls Central on Thursday, Aug. 26, before traveling to Sunburst on Saturday, Aug. 28, for a pre-season tournament.
“Education is a basic human right that opens doors for people to lead healthy lives and contribute to their communities,” said Toole County Alliance for Youth Coordinator Mary Miller. “Parents struggle with providing basic needs and school supplies, leading to shame, embarrassment, lack of s…
It’s school time again! Heart Butte Public Schools’ in-person learning will begin Friday, August 20. The school’s anticipated student enrollment this new academic year nears 215 students.
Chairwoman Mary Jo Bremner began the Aug. 10 Glacier County Commissioner meeting in Browning relating a call she’d received complaining about trash accumulating behind the county-owned Merc building in Cut Bank.
Glacier County Health Department (GCHD) Direc-tor Jenny Krapf, LPN, provided an updated COVID-19 case count on Monday, Aug. 16. According to Krapf, Glacier County has 22 confirmed active cases, including five new cases. The count includes portions of the Blackfeet Reservation located within…
Glacier National Park is the most spiritual place for the Blackfeet. They call it “the backbone of the world” and have inhabited the region for 10,000 years.
The Shelby Water Otters competed in the State Swim Meet in Columbia Falls July 31 – Aug. 1 and earned second place in the Class B category. Logan Combs not only earned High Point, placing first in his three individual events, but also broke the pool records for those races!
Glacier Electric Cooperative (GEC) officials are ecstatic over the response to its partnership with the Glacier County Library Memorial Foundation to offer Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to qualifying members. The program provides books to children, ages 0-5, in the GEC service territory…FREE! Read more
Kiara Iron Heart and Preston Iron Heart took second and 17th place, respectively, at the Western Classic Cross Country Meet held in Dillon last week. Usual frontrunner Jeremy Bockus came in a few seconds behind Iron Heart for an 18th place finish. Read more