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Trojans edge Warriors 28-22

ARLEE — The Arlee Warriors lost a heartbreaker to the Drummond Trojans 28-22. The Warriors defense started out strong with Brady Potts getting his hands on a Drummond pass on the 24-yard line. This resulted in an eight-yard run by Zack Tameler to put the Warriors on top 8-0 after the two-point conversion by Christian Haynes. In the second quarter Drummond scored a touchdown on a 14 yard run to make the score 8-6. With 4:38 left in the second quarter Clayton Trimble jumped on a Drummond fumble to put the Warriors on the 15-yard line. After inching a few yards closer to the end zone, the Trojans were called for off sides, and the Warriors were moved from the eight-yard line to the fo...


Arlee cross country team returns 8 runners

ARLEE — The hot weather did not slow down the Arlee boys’ cross-country team this past week. In their first two meets, several runners have already improved their times. Arlee hosted the Fish Hatchery Run last Tuesday and this weekend they competed in the Kalispell Invitational. Arlee&rs...


Warriors bury Prospectors at homecoming

ARLEE — The Warriors won their homecoming matchup against the Philipsburg Prospectors 50-28. Senior Zach Tameler scored six of Arlee’s seven touchdowns of the game. Arlee started out quick in the first quarter, scoring off of an eight yard run from Tameler but failed to gain the extra two poin...


Warriors lose 14-58 to Lynx

ARLEE — Errors plagued the Arlee Warriors all night during their 14-58 loss to the Lincoln Lynx last Friday. “We do well at times,” Head Coach Mike Rogers said. “We have two or three good plays and then 9 or 10 turnovers. We need to switch that around.” Early in the first ...


Scarlets win field events

The girls’ team has led the Arlee track and field team all season, according to head coach Russ Baker. Juniors Becca Nelson, Rachelle Meidinger, Jenna Pablo and freshman Whitney Malatare have scored the most points all season long and at the Montana Western B, C Divisional Tournament May 20-21 in Mi...


Warriors/Scarlets take seventh/eighth in pair of invitationals

Arlee's track teams had a full schedule last week as the Warriors and Scarlets competed at the Jim Johnson Invitational in Dornblaser Wednesday before making the trip to Thompson Falls for the Bluehawk Invitational Thursday. A shorthanded Warrior team picked up a seventh-place finish at Dornblaser Thursda...


Comeback kids do it again

The Warriors used a series of comeback wins to work their way through the Divisional Tournament two weeks ago and Arlee needed another to pick up a victory in the opening round at Bozeman Thursday. Arlee trailed Absarokee 23-20 at the half but used a strong second-half surge to pull out a 54-49 victory to...


It’s not over until it’s over

Several Warriors crouched low on the court, others held their heads low in defeat as they trailed by three with five seconds to go in regulation against Froid/Medicine Lake in the state semi-finals Friday. What they didn’t realize was that the game was far from over. Seeing the look of surrender on ...


The one that got away...

After eight minutes of play in the Class C state title game Saturday evening, it looked as if the Warriors would waltz to a state title. Cold shooting by the Spartans and a quick start by Arlee helped the Warriors build a 19-2 lead after one quarter of play.  It was not to be for the Warriors, though...


Oh so close: Warriors settle for second at state tourney

The clock finally struck midnight in Arlee's Cinderella story Saturday evening as the unranked Warriors came up just short in the Class C state title game against No. 8 Scobey, 55-47. After 15 years of waiting, the Arlee Warriors made their way back to their first basketball state title game since 1995. A...


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