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St. Ignatius

Bulldogs look ahead, prepare for postseason Bulldogs look ahead, prepare for postseason

ST. IGNATIUS – After a strong season’s start, the Mission Bulldogs have let a few games go but are not letting it bring them down. Steve Pelletier, second year head coach, sees it as “two seasons in one.”  “We’ve hit a couple of speed bumps but it’s been a good season,” he said. Pelletier also feels maybe luck is coming into play after falling twice to their opponents at the buzzer.  “If it wasn’t for a little bit of bad luck, we wouldn’t have any luck at all,” Pelletier joked. On Friday the Bulldogs traveled to Ronan and although the Chiefs pulled the 63-72 win from under the Bulldogs feet in over...


Lady Bulldogs bring house down with big win Lady Bulldogs bring house down with big win

ST. IGNATIUS – The Lady Bulldogs have struggled on the court this season but with first year Head Coach Haley Carr and bleachers full of fan love, the Lady Bulldogs continue to demonstrate the meaning of “keep your heads high.” Stepping into a coaching position behind the Les Rice legacy...


Lady Bulldogs tumble Lady Bulldogs tumble

  MISSOULA – The Lady Bulldogs are struggling to find themselves as they continue to search for a win. In Missoula on Thursday, the Lady Bulldogs took a hard 13-63 fall to Loyola-Sacred Heart. Sydney Castor and Kaylie Durglo each netted four points for Mission. Saturday’s game at home ...


Bulldogs looking for after-break win

  ST. IGNATIUS – After boasting a 4-0 record before their winter break, the Bulldogs are looking to relight that spark after dropping their last four games. On Thursday the Bulldogs hosted Loyola-Sacred Heart and although they kept the contest close, Mission just couldn’t find the edge...


Bulldogs drop two after break

  FLORENCE – The Bulldogs had a tough returning week, falling in two. On Friday Stuart Grant led the Bulldogs’ scoring with 22 points in Florence, but it was not enough to overcome the Falcons, leaving Mission with the 46-59 loss.  On Saturday, the Bulldogs struggled against Bigfo...


Lady Bulldogs still searching for win

ST. IGNATIUS – Mission’s Lady Bulldogs are still in the hunt for their first win after losing two at home last week. On Friday the Lady Bulldogs took a stomping as they dropped one to Florence 15-60. Lady Bulldog Kaylie Durglo put up 10 of Mission’s 15 points. Saturday’s hosting of...


Mission-Charlo wrestling tear up mats

NOXON – Mission-Charlo’s wrestling team went big right before the break, though they were missing two key seniors.  Seniors Jacen Peterson and Morgan Schultz traveled to Couer D’ Alene, Idaho to compete in the “prestigious” Tri-State Wrestling Tournament, “a first ...


Pirates struggle to stay afloat

KALISPELL –The Pirates had a tough week as they dropped two last Thursday and Saturday.  On Thursday the Pirates struggled to keep up with AA Flathead Braves, underscoring the Braves in every quarter and falling 37-69. Despite the defeat, Pirate Cedrick Smith put up 12 points for Polson. On ...


Bulldogs light up the basketball court

ST. IGNATIUS – Mission was in unstoppable mode this week, grabbing two wins at home. The Bulldogs earned a W against Charlo on Friday squeaking by the Vikings 65-61. Mission’s Stuart Grant led the way for the Bulldogs netting 21 points. Aaron Fisher-Ahenakew came away with 15.  Saturda...


Lady Bulldogs look to gel

ST. IGNATIUS – The Lady Bulldogs have had a tough first couple of games and are still looking for that first win after dropping two more. Mission’s Lady Bulldogs fell to Charlo on Friday, 10-36. Courtney Charlo led the Lady Bulldogs with eight points at the hoop. On Saturday the Lady Bulldo...


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