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All in the family: Ronan golf grows success on, off links All in the family: Ronan golf grows success on, off links

The Chiefs and Maidens have hit the links in a big way with a team expansion that rivals 19th century settlers heading west, more than doubling the participants from last year’s team.  With 26 athletes — 11 on the girls’ team alone, which is almost unheard of in the class B/C golf world — second-year head coach Matt Olson couldn’t be more excited about the turnout.  “It’s been absolutely amazing,” he said. “That is an awesome number.” With several first-year golfers picking up clubs for the team, it has been a great experience for Olson to watch the team grow on both competitive and personal levels. Olson boasts ...


Chiefs, Maidens battle in Frenchtown

  FRENCHTOWN – The Chiefs and Maidens struggled to grab top spots at the Frenchtown invitational track and field meet on Thursday. The Chiefs came away with a team score of 29, placing them in seventh out of eight teams participating while the Maidens finished in fifth with a score of 27. De...


Maidens pick up two at home

  RONAN – The Maidens boomed the field as they swept Plains in the home field double-header on Tuesday. In game one, the Maidens outscored the Trotters by one in the nail biting 8-7 game, bringing home the game winning run in the seventh. Maiden McKenzie Dulmes led the fight, going 2-3 with a b...


Troy tennis visit cut short for Chiefs, Maidens Troy tennis visit cut short for Chiefs, Maidens

Troy visit cut short for Chiefs and Maidens   TROY – Ronan’s Chiefs and Maidens battled rain in Troy on Tuesday, stopping game play on the tennis courts but not before the Chiefs recorded a 3-1 win over the Trojans. The Maidens were unable to finish matches and had to call it good at 1...


Maidens end week with upset

Maidens end week  with upset   RONAN – With errors plaguing the Maidens defense, Ronan pulled just one win out of four games. On Thursday, Ronan split with Loyola-Sacred Heart. In game one the Maidens held fast bringing the Lady Rams into extra innings, but three errors logged in the...


Maidens tear up competition in opening weak Maidens tear up competition in opening weak

DEER LODGE – The Maidens played tough in their first week of games and grabbed two wins. In Deer Lodge on Tuesday the Maidens squeaked by the Lady Wardens 9-8, punching out extra inning play thanks to a big hit off of McKenzie Dulmes’ bat that brought in the winning run. Alaina Madsen went all ei...


Chiefs shut out Darby on tennis courts, Maidens struggle Chiefs shut out Darby on tennis courts, Maidens struggle

RONAN – The Chiefs overpowered Darby on Saturday with all six matches ending in wins for Ronan boys. Logan Soukkala walked away with a 6-0, 6-0 match as did doubles team Daniel Aylesworth and Ethan Belvins. On Tuesday the girls took a split in St. Ignatius, logging 3-3 against Mission’s Lady B...


Ronan Maiden's 7th-grade basketball team wins tournament Ronan Maiden's 7th-grade basketball team wins tournament

News from Ronan Middle School The Ronan Maidens seventh-grade girls basketball team ended their season winning the Stillwater Tournament held March 6-8 in Kalispell after beating Bigfork, Eureka and Columbia Falls.


Baseball signups to be held in Ronan

  RONAN — Ronan/Pablo Summer Baseball signups will be held from 5-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, and Wednesday, March 19, at the Ronan Event Center Commons for children ages 5-15 interested in playing T-ball to Babe Ruth Baseball. The cost varies from $30 to $70. Payment must be made at time...


Maidens pick up divisional win Maidens pick up divisional win

Maidens pick up divisional win   HAMILTON – The Maidens finished out their first Class B Divisional Tournament with a win and two losses — not bad for a first showing. Thursday the Maidens tipped-off against Bigfork, falling to the Valkyries 37-51. Aspen Jore top-scored for the Ma...


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