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Youth baseball signups set

POLSON — Polson Youth Baseball signups for ages 5-15 are scheduled for Feb. 26 and March 3 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. both nights. Signups will be located in the Polson Middle School cafeteria. Coaching applications will be accepted for all age groups. Team sponsors are very much appreciated. If registering a new player to Polson Youth Baseball, please make sure to have your child’s birth certificate available at signups. For more information and printable forms, or to sign up early, please visit our website: www.polsonbaseball.org, or call (406) 239-7500.  


Pirates topple last week with ease, prepare to host Divisionals Pirates topple last week with ease, prepare to host Divisionals

As a team laden with freshman, “young” is an understatement for the Pirates as they prepare to host the Northwestern A Divisional Wresting Tournament.  Despite the youth that fills the Pirate wrestling club, experience is abundant as the freshmen bring grappling knowledge to the varsity m...


Polson Lady Pirates kennel Whitefish Bulldogs Polson Lady Pirates kennel Whitefish Bulldogs

WHITEFISH – The Lady Pirates had something to smile about after picking up their first win of the season. While in Whitefish Saturday, the Lady Pirates kenneled the Lady Bulldogs in a Northwestern A bout, picking up the 45-36 win. After leading the first half, the Lady Pirates cushioned their lead i...


Lady Pirates battling school of hard knocks under hoop Lady Pirates battling school of hard knocks under hoop

  POLSON – With only three seniors on the roster and a tough “O-for” on the season, the Lady Pirates have kept chins up and have used each game as a learning tool to gain experience, bringing the young bench closer to victory. While starting out with what Head Coach Jay Krantz ca...


Committee forming to expand skatepark Committee forming to expand skatepark

POLSON – Armed with positive words and a “we can do this” attitude, a young group of skateboarders is coming together with a mission to expand the Polson Skatepark — not for themselves, but for the next generation of kids aiming to learn the sport.  Built in 2006 by Dreamland ...


Boys Basketball

POLSON – The Pirates finished with a decent approach to open regular season play with a split, bringing Polson to an even 500 at 2-2. Friday at home, a big second half and a combined 31 points from Andrew Curley and Payton Lefthand wasn’t enough to save the Pirates from taking a dive in the 58...


Girls basketball

KALISPELL – The Lady Pirates had a tough time on the court while still on the hunt for a win after dropping two in a trying week of play. At Kalispell on Friday, the Lady Pirates endured a grueling bout of not finding the net, falling to Flathead 21-50. Nichole Lake had six points for Polson in t...


WRESTLING

LIBBY – The Pirates had a successful week, overcoming Libby’s Loggers and snagging a second place finish in Eureka. Dec. 16 in Libby the Pirates powered over the Loggers 46-24. Mateo Quinones (103), Cameron Brown (120), Parker Adler (126), Jaben Wenzel (132) and Tele Seemann all won their matc...


Wrestling

WHITEFISH - The Pirates kenneled the Bulldogs Dec. 9 with a 42-30 win over Whitefish on Bulldogs mats. Pirates Parker Adler, Tele Seemann, Mike Corrigan, Skylar Knutson and Mateo Quinones snatched up match wins with Quinones grabbing a 52 second pin in his bout. Polson will take on out of state competi...


Boys basketball Boys basketball

MISSOULA – The Pirates opened the season with a split at the tip-off tourney played at the University of Montana Friday and Saturday. Starting off with a bang Friday, the Pirates toasted Anaconda 64-52 with the help of Matthew Rensvold’s 19 points. Chris McDonald added 17 for the Pirates and t...


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