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Warriors head to state basketball tourney

DEER LODGE – The Arlee Warriors battled back from a halftime deficit in a Western C challenge game on Wednesday evening in Deer Lodge to earn their fifth consecutive State C tournament appearance.  The two-time defending  State C champions slipped past Twin Bridges, 52-51, with a Darshan Bolen game-winning free throw with 1.8 seconds left.  Isaac Fisher scored a game-high 16 points. Cody Tanner and Lane Johnson both scored 10 points each to round out the Warrior double-digit scorers. As they look to three-peat as State C champions, Arlee will face Scobey, at 2 p.m. on March 7 in Billings.

Champs again! Champs again!

BUTTE – Dribbling out the last few ticks on the game clock, senior Phillip Malatare chucked the basketball toward the rafters of the Butte Civic Center setting off a court storming by the bench as the Arlee Warriors repeated as the Class C boys basketball state champion on Saturday night by defeating t...

District Champs! District Champs!

CHARLO – Arlee picked up its second consecutive District 14C volleyball title with a 25-18, 25-15, 17-25, 25-19 win over Plains on Friday night during the District 14C tournament in Charlo. With the win the Arlee Scarlets will travel to Manhattan Christian to compete in the first round of the Wester...

Tanner to play at Dawson Community Tanner to play at Dawson Community

ARLEE – Arlee Warrior graduate and 6-foot guard standout Tyler Tanner signed a letter of intent to continue his education and basketball career at Dawson Community College in Glendive. As a student, Tanner graduated with a 3.5 GPA and as a basketball player, Tanner finished his senior season shootin...

Track teams compete at divisionals Track teams compete at divisionals

FRENCHTOWN – The Arlee girls finished second and the Charlo boys finished third in the team standings during the Western C Divisional Track and Field meet in Frenchtown on Thursday and Friday. For the Scarlets, Natalie Yocum placed first in the 1600 and second in the 800. Arlee’s Carly Hergett...

Arlee boys make basketball history with first state championship Arlee boys make basketball history with first state championship

As the scoreboard clock hit 0:00 and the buzzer sounded, the Arlee Warriors’ bench rushed out onto the court in celebration. They had done it; the Warriors had become state champions. “It feels amazing,” Warriors junior guard Will Mesteth said. On Saturday night in front of a loud and...


FLORENCE — Arlee High School boys and girls basketball teams traveled to Florence Saturday to challenge the Falcons and Lady Falcons. Trailing 23-6 at the end of the first quarter, the Arlee Scarlets managed to battle back led by Carly Hergett’s 15 points. However, a barrage of 3-pointers from...

Scarlet Fever Scarlet Fever

ARLEE — Cross-county rivals battled it out for first place in District 14 throughout Friday and Saturday’s tournament. With schools only 30 miles apart, the Arlee Scarlets and the Charlo Lady Vikings couldn’t have been closer on the court as they fought through six matches. The Scarlets too...

Scarlets fight hard against Trotters Scarlets fight hard against Trotters

ARLEE – The Scarlets played a closegame against the Plains Trotters on Sept. 20 but didn’t manage to push ahead. “It’s been a good season so far,” Senior Bryndle Goyins said. “We’ve only lost to Plains, our rivals.” Goyins has played volleyball every year...

On fire On fire

Playing in front of home fans for the first time since their successful 2015 football season, the Arlee Warriors took on Flint Creek on Friday, Sept. 2 hoping to show off their talents. The Warriors were down by 2 points going into halftime when Head Coach Todd Yocum gave an impressive pep talk causing the W...


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