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St. Ignatius

football

FLORENCE – After falling behind in the first quarter, the Bulldog football team picked it up and scored in every quarter thereafter while Mission defense stopped Florence from ever seeing the end zone again in the 36-7 District 6-B conference win over the Falcons Saturday. Emilio Bravo helped that defensive wall with 13 tackles and an interception while Raymond Matt scored twice for the Bulldogs including a 38-yard punt return putting 98 yards on the grass under his cleats for the game. Mission, 3-3 on the season, will host Loyola-Sacred Heart Oct. 10. Results Mission 0 14 7 15 – 36 Florence 7 0 0 0 - 7  


Volleyball

FLORENCE – The Lady Bulldogs had a tough week on the court falling twice dropping their overall season record to 4-6. On Thursday the Lady Bulldogs competed on Florence’s home hardwood, falling in the sweeper to the Lady Falcons 0-3. Sydnee Castor had three kills and a pair of aces for Miss...


Mission Bulldogs keep on truckin’ Mission Bulldogs keep on truckin’

  ST. IGNATIUS – The Bulldogs face a “tough conference” according to head coach Rich Ferris, but working hard has been the mantra for a team in their position. While 2-3 on the season the Bulldogs are flirting with big wins boasting nine seniors and an arsenal of younger guys steppi...


volleyball

ST. IGNATIUS – The Lady Bulldogs played tough volleyball, working hard and coming out on top last week, securing two more wins to add to their books. Thursday the Lady Bulldogs hosted Deer Lodge at home giving the Homecoming crowd a reason to go hoarse. After falling behind in the first two sets, Mi...


Volleyball

ST IGNATIUS – The Lady Bulldogs dropped a couple over the week bringing them to 2-2 on the season. On Tuesday Mission hosted Eureka, falling 1-3 to the Lady Lions. Lindsay Johnson led the Lady Bulldogs with 15 kills, six blocks and 20 digs. Jordyn Eichert chipped in 18 assists and three aces. ...


footbal

ST. IGNATIUS — At home on Friday, the Bulldogs fell to Boulder 7-34.  Gentry Brown scored the lone touchdown in the first quarter for Mission off a 100-yard kickoff return. Quarterback Nick Durglo was 9-20 for 91 yards. Durglo also led in rushing going 55 yards on 13 carries. Mission will...


Football

WHITEHALL — The Bulldogs suffered a shutout 0-40 loss on Friday at the hands of the Whitehall/Harrison co-op Trojans. Nick Durglo ran 82 yards on 14 carries and completed two passes for 26 yards. Tyler Spidel led defensively with five solo tackles and three assists. The Bulldogs will host Boulder...


Cross Country

MISSOULA – It was a gorgeous day for cross-country, according to Mission XC Coach Marc Cutler. Though Mission runners did not breach the top 10 in the meet held at the Equestrian Park in Missoula Thursday, Cutler said his four athletes competed very well with Tori Peterson cutting three minutes off ...


Mission hosts season opening volleyball tourney Mission hosts season opening volleyball tourney

ST. IGNATIUS – The Lady Bulldogs’ court was abuzz on Saturday as they hosted a class B volleyball tournament. Teams from Eureka, Plains, Thompson Falls, Troy, Bigfork, and Deer Lodge, as well as Ronan and Mission, sparred it out at the net. Though the Maidens came out on top out of the pool pl...


Bulldogs cage kittens in season opener

MISSOULA – Played in the Washington-Grizzly Stadium on Friday, the Bulldogs pulverized Eureka’s Lions 42-20 in the season opener. Taking an early lead, the Bulldogs outscored the Lions in three out of the four quarters. Steven Bravo finished with 113 yards on seven carries scoring twice for th...


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