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St. Ignatius celebrates homecoming week, welcomes alumni St. Ignatius celebrates homecoming week, welcomes alumni

ST. IGNATIUS – The 2019 homecoming festivities in St. Ignatius wrapped up on Friday night after a week of contests, parades and games. Senior Karolyna Buck waited on the sidelines of the football field for half-time events with fellow homecoming queen nominees. “Today was the best day of the week because I got to spend it with my best friends,” she said. Azia-Rain Umphrey was crowned homecoming queen and Issac Dumontier was crowned king. The other nominees included Olivia Garland, Hunter Eichert, Troy Matt, Darwin Adams and Jo Stults. Buck said great memories were also created at the volleyball game on Thursday. “We beat Bigfork in three,” she said. &ldqu...


Lucky Strike bowling results for the week of Sept. 1-7

Merchant          did not bowl   Tuesday Twisters High Team Game:Mission Valley Security764 High Team Series:Mission Valley Security       2259 High Game Scratch:Linda Gerdts         191         &nb...


Lake county schools earn top 3 spots in cross-country meet Lake county schools earn top 3 spots in cross-country meet

Cross-Country Mission Invitational Ronan Chief James Normandeau won his third meet of the season when he crossed the finish line with a time of 16:43.09 during the Mission Invitational hosted by St. Ignatius High School on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Polson’s Mason Sloan finished second with a time ...


Charlo volleyball picks up sweep over rival Arlee Charlo volleyball picks up sweep over rival Arlee

CHARLO – The Charlo Lady Viking volleyball squad defeated the Arlee Scarlets in three straight sets 25-6, 25-16, 25-14 during their last match. “I feel we are starting off pretty strong,” said Charlo head coach Rhondell Volinkaty. “The girls put in a lot of work over the summer and...


Ronan’s Normandeau wins Canal Bank Invite Ronan’s Normandeau wins Canal Bank Invite

RONAN – Ronan Chief James Normandeau took the boys individual title and led Ronan to a team win during the Ronan Canal Bank Invitational on Friday. He ran about three miles with a time of 16:43.21. “It was really important for me to perform my best,” said Normandeau. He explained that he...


Sports Shorts for Sept. 11, 2019 Sports Shorts for Sept. 11, 2019

Volleyball Mission Lady Bulldogs  Mission High Lady Bulldogs volleyball earned a win Tuesday, Sept. 3, over Arlee in their season home opener sweeping the Scarlets 26-24, 25-17, 25-13. The Lady Bulldogs as a team posted on the evening 22 kills, 49 digs, 22 assists and 19 aces.  Ri...


Pirates snap 12-game losing streak with win over Columbia Falls Pirates snap 12-game losing streak with win over Columbia Falls

POLSON – Under the bright lights Friday night, the Polson Pirates football squad snapped a 12-game losing streak that stretched back to mid-season 2017 by winning their season opener with a 20-6 victory over the defending Northwestern A Conference Champions Columbia Falls Wildcats. The players were ...


Sports Shorts for Sept. 4, 2019 Sports Shorts for Sept. 4, 2019

Volleyball Arlee Scarlets The Arlee Scarlets volleyball team fell 1-3 (28-24, 26-28, 25-27, 12-25) to the Seeley Swan Lady Blackhawks in a non-conference game Thursday in Seeley. Charlo Lady Vikings In preseason warm up action, the Charlo Lady Vikings headed to Philipsburg for the Gra...


GPCF donates $11,000 to youth golf association

News from GPCF POLSON – The stars were perfectly aligned for the Greater Polson Community Foundation’s Passion for Polson annual event on Aug. 1. The setting for the reverse auction was beautiful, weather was perfect and the generosity of those in attendance abounded.   The reverse a...


School sports start soon School sports start soon

After a long summer break, many students are hitting the gym, field, court and track for the upcoming fall sports season. To participate in any prep athletics, the Montana High School Association requires athletes to complete a sports physical, provide proof of insurance and turn in paperwork before the firs...


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