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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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The Cut Bank wrestling team flexed some muscle last weekend at the CMR Holiday Classic in Great Falls, where the boys finished 15th overall and second among class B teams in a loaded field.

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Cut Bank senior Aliyah Cruz made two free throws to put the Lady Wolves up 31-30 on their home court with 2:20 to go Friday night, but the Eagles got a key put-back and a free throw of their own down the stretch for a 34-31 victory over the home team.

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The Wolves came to play on their home court against Fairfield on Friday night. And for three quarters they gave the Eagles all they could handle. A disastrous second quarter was too much to overcome, however, as Fairfield held on for a 73-62 victory.

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Other than a couple of 20-yard runs by Isaiah Ifanse, Montana State hadn’t done much against the William and Mary defense in the first quarter during last Friday’s playoff game. In fact, other than a 30-yard field goal by MSU’s Blake Glessner, neither team could put points on the board durin…

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For many, the month of December is full of festive events and the holiday season, but for others it also marks the start of another much anticipated season, that of high school basketball. For those who have been waiting, your time has come! Shelby High School (SHS) is once again tipping off…

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The Cut Bank Middle School seventh-grade boys basketball team wrapped up its season Friday, Dec. 2 in Fairfield. The Wolves topped Conrad 46-33 to advance to the quarterfinals of the Northern Middle School Athletic Association’s postseason tournament, before falling 36-52 to the top-seeded F…

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Men’s all-around: Bucky McAlpine, Anaconda, $10,328.50; Spur Owens, Helena, 9,654.24; Dustin Bird, Cut Bank, 9,330.28; Ben Ayre, Glendive, 9,025.12; Sam Levine, Wolf Creek, 7,929.90.

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves volleyball team ended its postseason run, going 1-2 at the Northern B Divisional Tournament last weekend in Choteau. The Lady Wolves had a 9-12 overall record for the season.

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The volleyball season continues for the Cut Bank High School Lady Wolves as they earned fourth place in the District 1B Tournament in Choteau last weekend. They will open the Northern B Divisional Tournament against Glasgow, the top seed from District 2B, at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 3 in Choteau.

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves volleyball team split its final two conference contests of the season beating Conrad on the road and falling to Fairfield at home. The Lady Wolves finished the regular season with a 3-7 conference record and 6-8 overall record.

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves volleyball team dropped its lone match last week to District 1B power Choteau.

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James Greene of Cut Bank finished third out of 66 runners, and Elijah Greene came in seventh in the boys varsity race at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell on Oct. 12. The duo helped the Cut Bank boys to a third-place finish in the team standings, behind host teams Glacier and Flathead.

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The Cut Bank Wolves football team traveled for a road game at Fairfield on Friday night and came away on the wrong end of a 7-0 final score. The Eagles (3-1, 4-3) scored a touchdown early on, and that was it for the night. The Wolves (1-3, 1-6) host Conrad (1-3, 1-7) on Friday night in both …

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The last week of regular cross country competition was a busy one for the Browning harriers as they hosted their own meet on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at the East Glacier Golf Course then traveled to Polson on Saturday, Oct. 8, and the Silver Fox Golf Course for the Mission Shadow Duels.

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The Cut Bank Wolves football team hosted Malta on Friday night with a chance to remain near the top of the league standings, but the Mustangs had other ideas.

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves volleyball team split two non-conference contests at home and picked up a conference victory on the road last week. They improved their overall record to 5-6 for the season.

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves 8th grade basketball team went 3-0 last week to wrap up the second seed heading into this weekend’s NMSAA Tournament. The local cagers won their three games over Choteau, Conrad and Browning by a combined 82 points and will carry that momentum into this weekend where…

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On Sept.19 the Cut Bank middle school tennis team hosted the always tough Choteau Bulldogs at the Soroptimist Park courts. The team once again showed their skills by winning nine and tying five of the 18 matches played.

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves snapped a four-match losing streak with a nonconference victory over the Harlem Lady Cats last week.

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“It was a good one,” Browning cross country coach Roy McNabb said of the Sept. 27 meet in Whitefish. Coach McNabb said his team is beginning to “run as a pack,” and while there were few personal best times set in Whitefish he said Browning “stacked up good in Western A.”

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After facing three Top 10 class B teams in consecutive weeks to open the season, including the previous two weeks on the road, the Cut Bank Wolves were hungry for a homecoming victory against league foe Glasgow on Friday night at home.

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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.