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Cross country teams from nine regional high schools and several middle schools got an early look at where they stand in the young season during the annual Mike Reynolds Time Trials on Friday at the Cut Bank Golf and Country Club.

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Following a bye in the season’s first week, the Cut Bank Wolves opened their 2022 football campaign at home Friday night against the Eureka Lions under clear skies and with temperatures in the low 90s.

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The Shelby Coyote Volleyball team spent their weekend in the east, losing to Malta 19-25, 23-25, 25-18, and 18-25. Shelby then competed in the Chinook tournament, and left pool play in first, defeated Valier, before losing to Chinook.

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The Lady Indians volleyball team hosted the Lady Wolves on Friday, Sept. 2, at the Tipi Dome. They beat their opponents in the first set, 25-20, but came up short in an extended second set, 24-26. They regained their feet in the third round, 25-20, but were unable to close the deal in the fo…

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Rodeo fans had every opportunity last week to catch some of the youngest future stars in action over several days as Jimi Champ’s BHS Ag class sponsored its junior high/high school rodeo.

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Coach Kadie Briggs is in her third year as head coach of the Lady Panthers Volleyball Team. With an additional three years on the coaching staff and eight returning seniors, experience promises to be a favorable factor in the Panthers’ season.

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“Last week was a whirlwind with five tournaments in eight days,” Browning golf coach Brian Harrell said of the 2022 team. Their efforts encompassed Columbia Falls, Havre, Shelby, Whitefish and Ronan.

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Cut Bank cross country coach Jared Berkram encourages his team as he runs near Mylee Barry on Aug. 18 at the Rumney Ranch. Runners endured a hot and hilly 5k. 

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The first game of the 2022-23 football season began at Arrowhead Stadium as Big Red took on Frenchtown before a home crowd. And a crowd it was, filling the stands on the home side and about half the brand new stands on the opposite side of the field.

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When the Lady Indians volleyball team shows up at the tip off in Hamilton this weekend, Coach Dan Connelly is confident they will be more than ready for the competition.

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The Browning cross country team makes its way to the Libby Invitational on Friday, Aug. 26, the first meet of the season, and Coach Roy McNabb is pleased with the caliber and quality of his runners.

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The Shelby Coyotes Cross Country team started practice last week, welcoming back four sophomores, Mason Lamb, Allan Flores, Nathan Benjamin and Aisha Munson. They will be joined by freshman Aiyana Franco.

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Nine Cut Bank Sharks swimmers traveled to state the first weekend in August to put their races to the test against the best in the state. After a cold, 45 degree day on Saturday the team was able to pull off a huge win and they brought home the 1st place trophy for the first time since 2014.

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There are only four nights of league left and the standings are getting closer at the top. At the moment on the team side, Glacier Peaks is holding onto a one point lead over the Outlawz. The Holey Ones and the Fighting Trout are kinda making a move to get into the thick of things. Those Hol…

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Overall the Tri-County Cardinals had a productive season. Our record might not have reflected the improvement the boys made, but overall we became a very good team in the last half of the season. We ended up closing our conference play in the 3rd seed for the district tournament. The boys be…

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Two mats covered the gym floor at Browning High School last week to accommodate young athletes who attended the 2022 BHS Wrestling Camp. Two sessions daily were held, with mornings devoted to the youngest wrestlers and afternoons going to the older group.

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The Cut Bank Saddle Club (CBSC) was well represented at the National O-Mok-See held in Buffalo, Wyo. this past July. Despite $5 plus fuel costs and 100 degree temps, the Cut Bank riders persevered to bring home numerous individual and High Point placings. While the contestant numbers were do…

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The Water Otters traveled to Hamilton for the Divisional Swim Meet with 19 swimmers. The Otters had a fantastic weekend, sending all 19 swimmers to the State Meet this weekend in Lewistown. 

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Thirteen Sharks braved the five-hour trip to Hamilton to compete in the Western Divisional Swim Meet last weekend.  The 104-degree weather did not hold them back as they swam their hearts out in the hopes of qualifying for the state meet this weekend.

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August has arrived and with it “back to school” and all it entails. Toole County Alliance for Youth, along with some very generous sponsors and volunteers: First Baptist Church, Sunburst Lutheran Church, Seubert Insurance Company, KW Insurance, Sunburst Mercantile, Toole County DUI Task Forc…

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Last weekend the Cut Bank Shark swim team traveled to Conrad to compete in the hottest meet yet.  With 70 splashes from the swimmers ranging in ages 4-18 they couldn’t let the hot temperatures hold them back.

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The Water Otters competed in Conrad this past weekend and had a great meet. New swimmers got in the pool for the first time and veteran swimmers competed at a high level. Here are the results of the Conrad swim meet:

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This past week the Cut Bank Sharks swimming club put in the work after a much-needed break for the Fourth of July. Knowing that the bigger teams on the west side of the federation were going to show up big time this weekend in Columbia Falls just fueled the fires.

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While the name may have changed from North American Indian Days to the Celebration of Recovery, Blackfeet Youth Day was once again the focus of activities the day before the larger gathering began. Everything was set up with local kids in mind on Thursday, July 7, from reduced carnival rides…

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The Junior Golf Tour kicked off its eighth season June 27 at the Cut Bank Golf Course. The tour is sponsored by Leavitt Group Insurance, which pays for the greens fees and meals, less the golfers’ $25 membership fee. 

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Folks began appearing for the 2022 Glacier Half Marathon in time to camp at Red Eagle Campground at Lower Two Medicine Lake on Friday, June 24. Runners and their families and friends found their hosts, the Blackfeet Tribe, had prepared the Tribal campground, and Vacation Races had set up reg…

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Seventeen Shark Swimmers made the short trek to Chester last weekend to swim their hearts out on the first warm weekend of the summer. 

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We thought Week Two wouldn’t happen because of the “Winter Watch,” “High Winds” and “Flooding.” But the weather ended up a real nice high 50s and comfortable. The winds were only 30 mph, and the trees were flooded with flying golf balls. So we went ahead and hit those golf balls. While some …

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This past weekend the Sharks hosted 195 swimmers at their 2022 Invitational swim meet.  Saturday met us with a surprise rainstorm at the end of the day but the swimmers were able to power through and finish the meet strong.  

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The Cut Bank Shark swim team attended its first meet of the season last weekend. After four short days of practice in the pool, the team traveled to Shelby with 17 swimmers to compete. 

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Shelby High School band and choir students, under the direction of Mr. Ron Gruber and Ms. Kristen Ewing, and accompanied by Jessica Buck, proudly presented a Disney Pop Concert on May 24 in the SHS gym. A fantastic collection of musical selections were performed and end of the year awards we…

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The Cut Bank Jr. Golf Program will run their annual training program June 13, 14 and 15 this year at the Cut Bank Golf and Country Club. This chipping, putting and driving training program is free for kids aged 6-14 courtesy of some wonderful local business sponsors, parents and volunteers i…

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Shelby High School sports standout Mat Seidensticker is among five members of the Montana High School Association’s (MHSA) class of 2022 MHSA/Wendy’s Athletes’ Hall of Fame.