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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 60-26 homecoming blowout. It’s not only the in the second half of games that the Warriors are strong, they are getting better the later in the season they play. After going 1-2 in their first three games, the Warriors have won their last two games and with the 34-point rout Friday have secured a trip to the playoffs for the second straight year. “They’ve always been...

Warriors run wild in Victor for Western C victory

VICTOR — The Arlee Warriors wasted no time getting back on the playoff track in Victor Saturday. After having to think about two straight losses during the bye week, the Warriors were ready to get after the Pirates at the opening whistle. Zach Tameler scored on a 14-yard run just 41 seconds into the...

Warriors tune up for T. Falls at Ronan Invite

PABLO — The Warrior cross country team may feel like they didn’t have their best day at the Ronan Invitational, but their coach thinks that maybe they’re being too hard on themselves. Jesse Pfau was the top Warrior, running the 3-mile course at the Silver Fox Golf Course in Pablo in 18:3...

Scarlets stumble against Vikings at Spike It tourney

ARLEE — The luck of the draw kept the Arlee Scarlets out of the championship rounds of their own tournament Saturday. The Scarlets went 2-1 in the morning pool play at the Arlee Spike It Tournament Saturday, but failed to advance because both the Charlo Lady Vikings and the Lincoln Lady Lynx went un...

Lady Vikings capture third at Spike It

ARLEE — The ending may have been the same for the Lady Vikings, but the story leading up to it was definitely different at the Arlee Spike It Tournament. The Lady Vikings were sent to the consolation match from the Spike It tourney with a 10-15, 11-15, 10-6 loss to the Drummond Lady Trojans in the s...

Scarlets’ streak snapped in Drummond

DRUMMOND — The Scarlets 12-game win streak came to a screeching halt in Drummond Saturday. The Scarlets entered the match with the Lady Trojans on a four-match win streak, but were quickly sent home with a 25-8, 25-13, 25-20 loss. “We just weren’t ready to play. We didn’t start ...

Warriors begin season with Lincoln championship

LINCOLN — The Warrior cross country team found enough traction on a wet and sloppy course to run off with the championship at the Lincoln Invitational Thursday. Jesse Pfau, Arlee’s top runner the past year, led all Warriors. He ran the 3.5-mile trail in 21:39 to finish fourth. Pfau was leading...

Warrior offense grinds to a halt in loss to Drummond

DRUMMOND — The Warriors were dominated at the line of scrimmage by the Trojans and fell to the defending state champions 26-6 in Drummond Friday. The night couldn’t have started off worse for the Warriors with offensive lineman Brady Potts going down on the first play from scrimmage. The Warri...

Scarlets scorch Savage Heat in straight sets

PHILIPSBURG — The Scarlets took care of business at home Thursday night by handling Hot Springs in three sets. The Scarlets outscored the Savage Heat, a team they couldn’t beat the past season, 75-34 in three sets, downing them 25-12, 25-11, 25-11. The roles have been reversed this year bet...

Let it fly

After playing tentatively in two losses to start the match against Philipsburg, the Scarlets stopped worrying about making mistakes and came storming back against the Lady Prospectors to pass their first major test of a very young season. Playing in front of their home crowd for the first time and playing...

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