Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Articles Written By: Aaric Bryan

Petersen leads Bulldogs at Mission Mountain Classic

ST. IGNATIUS — Mission-Charlo’s 145-pounder Jame Petersen held the banner for the Bulldogs at their tournament Saturday. Petersen pinned all four of his opponents at the Mission Mountain Classic and was the only Bulldog to win a championship at the 11-team tournament. After pinning Arlee&rs...

Warriors place 5th at Mission Mountain Classic

ST. IGNATIUS — The Warriors worked out the kinks from a long Christmas break at the Mission Mountain Classic in St. Ignatius Saturday. Warrior freshman Austin Rubel was the highest finisher for Arlee, finishing in second place in the 105-pound class, after being pinned by Frenchtown’s Glenn He...

Warriors trounce Bobcats to remain undefeated

ARLEE — The Warriors showed no rust from a long layoff, easily taking care of the Superior Bobcats 80-40 at home Saturday in their first game back from the Christmas break. Using their pressure defense to fuel their fast break, the Warriors jumped out to a 19-9 first quarter lead and never looked ba...

Sluggish 3rd quarter sinks Scarlet in Superior

SUPERIOR — The Scarlets couldn’t overcome a disastrous third quarter in a 46-30 loss to the Lady Bobcats in Superior Saturday. In their first game back from the Christmas break, the Scarlets took a 17-16 lead into the second half, but only connected on one field goal in the third quarter and w...

Snapped

You would have thought they had done it too many times to count. With their teammate at the line with less than a second to play and the Maidens holding on to a 42-32 lead over Whitefish at home Saturday night, Alice Van Gunten, Nina Orozco and Taylor Lynch stood stoically at the center of the court. Afte...

Vikings tame Savage Heat for conference victory

CHARLO — The Vikings used a tough man-to-man defense to silence the Savage Heat and pick up a 44-38 District 14-C victory. With Chico Stipe and Chance Rosenbaum matching up one-on-one with Reiley Winebrenner, the Vikings were able to hold Hot Spirngs' leading scorer to only 15 points, seven of which...

Bulldogs silence Lions in road victory

EUREKA — The Mission Bulldogs took a big step toward making the postseason with a 44-38 victory over the Lions in Eureka last Tuesday. Coming off their worst defeat of the year, the Bulldogs rode a career night from center Jake Durglo for the six-point victory over the team that had ended their seas...


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