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The final conference meet for the Cut Bank golfers took place Friday, May 7, at Marias Valley Country Club in Shelby. Overcast skies and cooler temperatures dominated the day. Golfers were able to compete most of the 18 hole event before the rain came down in the late afternoon.  

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The Sunburst Refiners competed at the Cascade North Central Top 12 Meet last week and freshman Nikki Nau led the tracksters with a first place finish in the 3200. The Refiners will head to the District 10-C Meet this weekend in Great Falls at Memorial Stadium. 

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The Lady Indians may have had a somewhat normal week of action on the diamond last week, but this week will be far different. Last week began with an away game against Cut Bank, one which Coach Jim Vaile said marked a difference in his young team’s skill levels.

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On Saturday, May 1, Cut Bank was the site of the Northwest Divisional Preview Tennis Meet. The Wolves invited Conrad, Choteau, Great Falls Central, and Simms to compete in a bracketed tournament as preparation for the actual Northwest Divisional Meet on May 14-15, which will also be in Cut Bank. 

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The Valier Panthers competed at the Choteau Twilight Meet and the Fairfield/Belt Invitational last weekend and will wrap up their regular season this weekend at the 10-C Preview Meet before the District Meet on May 14 in Great Falls. 

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The Cut Bank tracksters competed in Havre and Great Falls last week and have one week of regular season meets remaining before heading into the District 1B meet next weekend. 

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The Browning Lady Indians softball team hosted Eureka and Shelby on April 27 and 29 at the new softball diamond at Browning High School. Then they were off to Frenchtown for a two-day tournament over the weekend.

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The Shelby golf squads competed in Conrad last week in a nine hole round that saw three Shelby girls atop the leaderboard. 

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The Panther golf squad has a busy week ahead of them after a weekend of play at Anaconda Hills in Great Falls. The Panthers will compete in Fairfield, Fort Benton and Choteau this week. 

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Mother Nature had final say with the cancellation of the Great Falls Central golf meet scheduled on April 19 at the Meadowlark Country Club.  Hopefully, the weather will cooperate for the rescheduled event on Monday, May 3.

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The Browning track and field team had a pair of meets last week, starting on Tuesday, April 20, when they arrived in Eureka for the Lincoln County Tri-Track and Field meet. The smaller contest is something Coach Bob Miller said is becoming more frequent since the outbreak of COVID-19, and is…

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The Sunburst golf team has started its season and are off to a great start. Through four golf meets, Sunburst has qualified three players to the Class C State Tournament in Bozeman. Cade Hanson shot a 98 at both the Marias Valley Golf Course and the Anaconda Hills Golf Course in Great Falls.…

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On Friday, April 16 the Cut Bank Wolves tennis teams hosted the Cut Bank “A” Invitational, which brought Class A schools from Libby, Polson, and Havre. 

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The Cut Bank Wolves earned top honors as a team in both of their meets last weekend as they topped the field in the Cut Bank Quad on Thursday and followed that up with a first place finish at the Choteau Acantha Invitational on Saturday. 

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Last week, the Lady Indians softball team hosted Cut Bank on Tuesday, April 13, and East Helena on Thursday, April 15. While neither was a winning game, the team is becoming more skillful.

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The Coyote golf squad hosted a pair of meets last week and Jori Clary earned a pair of top finishes, sharing the top prize with teammate Maddison Underdal at Monday’s Quadrangular Meet and topping the field on Friday at their Invitational Meet. Kyler Cassell led the boys with a top finish on…

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves picked up a pair of conference victories last weekend in Lewistown as they defeated Shepherd and Columbus while they fell to Laurel and Lewistown. The Cut Bank JV squad picked up a win over Lewistown as well. 

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The weather was anything but clement at the Havre Middle School on Saturday, April 10, and the Browning track and field team faced high winds, flying dirt and generally “horrible” conditions, according to Coach Bob Miller. However, those from Browning who competed posted many personal record…

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Cut Bank’s varsity and junior varsity golfers hit the links in Shelby on Monday, April 5, for the first triangular meet of the season. Although the players’ presence was voluntary because of spring break, 12 golfers showed up and played in the nine-hole event at Marias Valley Golf and Countr…

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Last week, the Browning track and field team returned to Cut Bank for their Pre-Easter meet, with several athletes turning in first place performances as well as season and personal best times and distances.

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The Cut Bank Wolves boys and girls tennis teams traveled to Conrad on Saturday, April 3 for a day of duals before the Easter holiday. Each dual included four singles matches and three doubles matches.  

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Hometown fans got the opportunity to check out Browning High School’s new softball facility on Friday, April 2, as they hosted the Havre JVs and varsity to a pair of games. The new ball park sits atop a hill opposite the high school and overlooks not only Browning itself, but the Rocky Mount…

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The Cut Bank boys track and field team claimed second place honors at the annual Pre-Easter meet on April 1, a week after winning their opening meet of the season. The local tracksters had seven different athletes place in the top six individually, along with having two top-three finishes in…

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The Cut Bank track and field teams hosted their annual Booster Invitational Meet last Saturday and the boys squad earned the team title as they earned 134 points to finish ahead of Class A Havre (111) and Browning (69). The girls team finished fourth out of the 11 teams competing with 41 points. 

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The Valier Panthers opened up the 2021 track and field season at the Cut Bank Booster Invitational last weekend. Senior Erica Ramsey started the year off with a win in the 400 to go with a third place finish in the long jump. 

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The Shelby Coyotes opened the 2021 track season in Cut Bank at the Booster Invitational. Rhett Reynolds led the way, earning a top finish in the high jump, clearing 6-02. 

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves diamond dwellers hit the field for their opening games last weekend as they hosted a jamboree to kick things off. The Lady Wolves went 2-1-1 as they defeated Conrad and Browning, fell to Havre and tied with Conrad. Games were limited to a one-hour window during the j…

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Glacier National Park announced access to the east side of the park reopened on March 18 at Two Medicine, Cut Bank and St. Mary for foot traffic, skis and snowshoes. Regular winter closures remain in place. Chief Mountain Road will remain closed at the park boundary until road conditions permit.

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The 2021 Cut Bank High School Prom featured an awesome turnout of students! Brock Barcus and Courtney Anderson were crowned as this year’s King and Queen. Grand March was open to the public, with social distancing. 

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The 2021 Valier High School Prom brought plenty of smiles to the faces of Panther students. Seniors Brody Connelly and Mikenzie Habel were crowned Valier High School’s Prom King and Queen for 2021! 

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 “It’s been a bit chaotic with the kids coming back to school and figuring out the process,” Coach Bob Miller said of the start of track and field season. Reporting a total of 40 athletes turning out, he said, “Forty is a little low, but with COVID-19 it’s hard to compare this with past year…

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Turnout for Lady Indians softball this season stands at around 42 athletes, which Coach Jim Vaile describes as “really high – I haven’t seen anything like this since my first year.”

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The Shelby Coyotes finished their season at the state tournament in Billings, bowing out early with a 1-2 record. 

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Six area athletes wrapped up the basketball season with District 10-C All-Conference accolades. Heart Butte’s Jordan Calf Looking and Sunburst’s Stanley Jarvis led the way with First Team honors while Cameron Falcon and Dillon Kipp of Heart Butte were joined by Josh Kearns of Sunburst and Br…

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The Shelby Coyotes placed three members of their 2020-21 basketball team on the District 1B All-Conference roster. Senior Logan Leck and junior Rhett Reynolds led the way with not only First Team accolades but All-State recognition as well. Sophomore Trenton Emerson was voted to the Second T…

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Austin Vanek returned home from the State Wrestling tournament in Shelby last weekend a newly crowned State Champion at 170 pounds. The local junior went 4-0 for the tournament, pinning Kyler Hallock of Glasgow to take the top spot on the podium.

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Three Browning Indian wrestlers came away with having placed in the top six at the Montana Class A Wrestling Tournament held in Miles City last weekend. Chris Hall posted a sixth place finish at 103 pounds while Quentin Campos claimed fifth at 132 pounds. Brendyn Whiteman topped the Browning…

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves saw their season come to an end in Wolf Point last weekend at the Divisional Tournament, going 1-2. The Lady Wolves fell to top seeded and eventual champion Malta in the first round before bouncing back to defeat Harlem but were then eliminated by Glasgow. 

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The Shelby Coyotes girls basketball team saw their season come to an end in Wolf Point at the Northern B Divisional Tournament. The Lady Coyotes posted a 1-2 record.

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The Cut Bank Wolves boys basketball team concluded its season last weekend with losses to Shelby and Glasgow at the Northern B Divisional Tournament in Cut Bank. 

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The Shelby Coyotes captured the District 1B title, winning three games including a one-point, double overtime win against the Fairfield Eagles, 71-70. Shelby defeated Choteau 70-12 to start the tournament, and then soundly defeated Rocky Boy 77-53. Shelby will meet Cut Bank, the No. 5 seed, …