Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Articles Written By: Rob Zolman

Cheff cooks up a win Cheff cooks up a win

RONAN — With just one game remaining in the 2021 prep football season, the Ronan Chiefs finally got a check in the win column with a 34-7 home victory over the Corvallis Blue Devils on Friday evening. “I was very pleased with our effort,” said Ronan Chiefs head coach Matt Detwiler. &ldqu...

Charlo’s Contreras wins girls’ Western C cross country divisional title

THOMPSON FALLS – Charlo Lady Viking runner Guinevere Contreras won the Class C girls’ individual title at the Western B/C Divisional Cross-Country meet with a time of 23:49.28. The event was held at Rivers Bend Golf Course in Thompson Falls on Wednesday, Oct. 13. Fellow Lady Viking runner KeAnna ...

Area athletic departments receive shot in the arm Area athletic departments receive shot in the arm

RONAN — On Friday night during the Ronan Chiefs’ home football game, St. Luke Community Healthcare donated a check worth $3,425 to the high school’s athletic department. “We are extremely grateful for St. Luke and the amazing work they do in making sure that our students are health...

Memorial ceremony pays tribute to Afghan war heroes Memorial ceremony pays tribute to Afghan war heroes

POLSON – A little more than two dozen Mission Valley citizens and veterans made their way to the Lake View Cemetery in Polson to pay their tribute and respect to those fallen Montana military service members who lost their lives in combat serving in the Afghanistan War, the longest war in United States...

Polson volleyball remains undefeated in conference with win over Maidens Polson volleyball remains undefeated in conference with win over Maidens

POLSON — In a battle of potential postseason tournament opponents — and possibly two of the best teams in the Northwestern A conference — the Ronan Maidens found themselves Saturday afternoon on the short end with the hosting Polson Lady Pirates for their second loss of the season. It co...

Polson, Mission cross-country post strong results at fairgrounds Polson, Mission cross-country post strong results at fairgrounds

POLSON – The Polson and Mission high school varsity cross-country teams both scored top-ten boy’s and girl’s finishes during the Mission Shadow Duals hosted by Polson High School at the Polson Fairgrounds on Saturday. On the boy’s side, Ryan Dupuis led the way with a fourth-place i...

Local golfers finish season strong Local golfers finish season strong

POLSON — The Polson Pirates’ golf team placed third and the Lady Pirates finished fourth at this past week’s State A golf tournament, hosted by Polson High School at the Polson Bay Golf Course. The Pirates (306-311) posted a two-round total of 617, while the Lady Pirates (388-396) carded...

Pirates shut out Wildcats as Polson celebrates homecoming Pirates shut out Wildcats as Polson celebrates homecoming

POLSON — The City of Polson was drenched in the colors of purple and gold on Friday afternoon as Polson High School celebrated the fall tradition of homecoming with the traditional homecoming parade down Main Street. During the mid-afternoon parade, students threw candy and waved at the crowds as th...

Warriors topple Trojans for homecoming victory Warriors topple Trojans for homecoming victory

ARLEE — The Arlee Warriors rolled to a big homecoming win and their first of the season on Saturday by defeating the Troy Trojans 56-34.  Warrior quarterback Kendall O’Neill threw a touchdown pass to Jake Knoll and rushed for three touchdowns. Warrior running back Jace Arca also rushed fo...

Bicyclists pedal through Mission Valley, share locally grown meal Bicyclists pedal through Mission Valley, share locally grown meal

ST. IGNATIUS — Fueled by locally-grown, farm-fresh food, around 120 bicyclists got on their bicycles Saturday and pedaled around the Mission Valley during the third installment of the Mission Mountain Area Pedal to Plate (MMAPP) farm-to-farm bike tour. Designed with a wide range of riders with varyi...


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