In honor of his remarkable contributions to the Cut Bank High School Tennis program, the Cut Bank Tennis Complex will be officially named the “Jim Gregg Tennis Complex” in a ceremony to be held Saturday, June 3. Cut Bank School District 15 is renaming the tennis complex to honor Jim Gregg’s…
The Cut Bank Wolves streak of qualifying for state has continued for three consecutive seasons. The Cut Bank linksters punched their ticket to state with a 2nd place finish at the divisional meet held at Marias Valley Golf and Country Club. The Wolves were up to the task as they came u…
See the track photos gallery for great shots from Mike Bashor.
As usual, along the Rocky Mountain Front, springtime comes late and spring sports occur between bouts of lingering winter weather. At Browning High School, softball coach Jim Vaile noted both of last week’s games in Cut Bank and Polson were canceled.
After having the first two meets canceled due to weather, the BHS track and field team made their debut at the Pre-Easter Meet in Cut Bank on April 6.
After weather forced the Cut Bank Wolves tennis teams to cancel duals against Great Falls High and CMR on Tuesday, April 4, the Wolves traveled to Havre to compete against the Blue Ponies on Saturday, April 8.
Graduates of Shelby High School, North Toole County High School, Logan Health-Shelby employee or Marias Healthcare Services employees may have a new scholarship opportunity. For those looking to pursue a degree in the medical or healthcare field at an accredited university, college or techni…
With the issue of drugs and alcohol in the forefront lately, many entities and organizations have introduced activities and events aimed at building a healthier Reservation community. Among them, Clayton Arrowtopknot, a counselor at Crystal Creek Lodge, announced that the Indigenous Well…
A full slate of Commissioners attended the March 20 meeting at the courthouse in Cut Bank. As the first order of new business, they approved the county’s covering the cost of copies and shredding incurred by County Attorney Terryl Matt’s office.
The public is invited to a meeting hosted by Pondera County and the City of Conrad to discuss a Growth Plan.
The 2023 Cut Bank High School Tennis season began with the Wolves hosting their season opening invitational indoors at the Willie DeGroot Gymnasium on Saturday, March 25. The Wolves were hard at work the night before setting up two indoor courts on the gym floor to be ready for competition a…
The Cut Bank boys basketball team nearly broke through with its first trip to state in several years last weekend at the Northern B divisional tournament in Shelby, but in the end the Wolves came up one win short.
The Cut Bank boys basketball team went 2-1 at the 1B District Tournament at Willie DeGroot Gym last weekend and will be the district’s No. 2 seed at the divisional tournament next month at Shelby.
The Cut Bank wrestling team sent five athletes to the semifinals and three to championship matches at the class B/C state meet last weekend at Billings.
The Cut Bank girls basketball team cemented their spot at No. 2 in the league and secured a bye at districts with a 57-41 victory at Shelby on Friday night.
With district tournament seeding still in play and needing a win, the Cut Bank boys basketball team visited league foe Shelby on Friday night and came away with a 57-41 victory.
Aliyah Cruz shot 55% from the field and finished with 22 points, and Kendra Spotted Bear scored 21 to lead the Cut Bank girls basketball team past Choteau, 71-48, on Senior Night at home Saturday night.
The Cut Bank basketball programs celebrated their seniors on Saturday night on their home court, but it was a sophomore who put on a show in the boys game.
The Cut Bank wrestling team sent four boys and one girls to the championship match Saturday at the class B/C Western Divisional meet at Pablo and came away with a fifth-place team finish for the boys and an eighth-place finish for the girls.
Aliyah Cruz scored 17 points, four assists and a trio of steals as the Cut Bank girls basketball team picked up a 71-31 road win at Harlem on Saturday.
The Cut Bank boys basketball team had three players reach double digits in scoring in a 57-51 home victory over Rocky Boy on Friday night.
Tate Monroe made a pair of free throws with 4.2 seconds remaining in overtime to help seal a 58-57 conference win over Conrad for the Cut Bank boys basketball team on Saturday.
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves built a 12-point lead by halftime and held off a Conrad rally for a 48-41 conference win at home Saturday.
Haylee and Harley Fetters each finished fourth in their respective weight classes to lead the Cut Bank girls wrestlers to a 14th-place finish at the Fergus Girls Invite on Saturday at Lewistown.
The Cut Bank boys basketball team hosted Shelby on Friday night in a game that featured strong defense and many turnovers for both sides in a low-scoring match-up that ended in a 36-30 win for the Coyotes.
Cut Bank senior Madison Baker scored a career-high 20 points and completed a double-double with 11 rebounds as the Lady Wolves held off Shelby for a 73-51 home victory Friday night.
The Cut Bank boys finished second in the team standings and the girls finished seventh at the Choteau Classic last weekend. The event included nearly 30 teams from class B and C schools.
The Cut Bank Wolves wrestling team advanced four athletes to the semifinals of the 54th annual Cut Bank Booster Club Invitational on Friday and Saturday, and a pair of Cut Bank wrestlers finished the event as champions.
Jaydas Running Wolf scored a team-high 10 points, and Peyton St. Goddard added eight to lead the Cut Bank boys basketball team to a 41-37 win at class A Whitefish on Saturday.
MacKenzie Johnson hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with 15 points to lead the Cut Bank girls basketball team to a convincing 61-30 win at class A Whitefish on Saturday.
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