Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Articles Written By: Aaric Bryan

Bulldogs burned by turnovers in loss to Eureka

MISSION — The Bulldogs' three-game win streak was snapped after turnovers cost them in a 35-0 loss to Eureka at home Saturday. The Bulldogs coughed the ball over six times – five fumbles, one interception – in the District 7-B loss that put their backs against the wall in the hunt for th...

Stipe and crew skin Lynx

CHARLO — Down early to Lincoln, the Charlo coaches decided to put the game in quarterback Chico Stipe’s hands – smart move. The Charlo senior rushed for 278 yards and four touchdowns and threw for another 60 yards and two TDs to help the Vikings storm to a 60-14 Western C rout. The Ly...

Lady Bulldogs silenced by Eureka

MISSION — A failure of communication for the Lady Bulldogs led to a five-set District 7-B loss to the Eureka Lady Lions at home Saturday night. Trying to sew up the second seed for the upcoming district tournament and trying to win their second game in a row since losing to the conference-leading Bi...

Lady Vikings outlast Savage Heat

ST. REGIS — After surviving a scare in Hot Springs Tuesday, the Lady Vikings took care of the Lady Tigers in three in St. Regis Thursday to improve to 10-1. Nearly a week later, Charlo coach Sheryl Kain is still trying to figure out what happened in the rollercoaster 14-25, 25-7, 17-25, 25-12, 15-7 ...

Making a name for themselves

POLSON — As a trio of Polson runners cruised past Mission cross country coach Patrick Murphy at the Polson Duels Saturday, he overhead them as they wondered who was the runner they were trying to chase down. But if Paden Alexander has another week like he did last week, nobody will be wondering what...

Second-half soldiers

After Friday night, there’s no doubt that the Arlee Warriors are a second-half team. Only leading Noxon 14-6 at halftime, the Warriors simply ran over the playoff-contending Red Devils in the second half. The Warriors never had to punt in the half, hitting paydirt on all six of their drives for a 60...

Paden paces Mission at Hamilton

HAMILTON — Another cross country meet, meant another week of Paden Alexander and Ashley Courville leading the charge for the Mission harriers. At the Hamilton Invitational Saturday, Alexander came in 12th with a time of 17:41 and Ashley Courville came in 13th with a time of 21:29. Even though he ...

Lady Vikings’ perfect season spoiled by Scarlets

CHARLO — All good things must come to an end. The Charlo’s District 10-C regular season win streak spanning back to October of 2008 was put to rest in Arlee last Tuesday. After taking the first two sets 25-23, 25-22, the Lady Vikings dropped the next three sets 26-24, 25-21, 15-8 to lose their...

Scarlets stun Lady Vikings in 5-set conference win

ARLEE — The Arlee Scarlets have arrived.  While the Arlee Scarlets have been a good team the past year and a half, they haven’t been able to beat the elite teams and have been searching for a signature win. They took care of that Tuesday.  The Scarlets rallied from a two-game defi...

Big Red Machine finally makes appearance in October

I’m very glad for some of the things my dad passed down to me. I’m glad I was one of his lucky sons that got any kind of semblance of his work ethic.  I’m glad that I got his sense of humor. If I couldn’t laugh at myself, I would be in serious trouble. And I’m glad...


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