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Sports Shorts for April 11, 2018

Softball Amidst numerous cancellations due to inclement weather, the Mission-Arlee-Charlo (MAC) softball team managed to squeeze in a non-conference softball outing against Libby on Friday. The outcome favored the hosting Loggers, whose pitcher tossed a no-hitter in the 15-3 victory. MAC 021 0 — 3 0 3 LIBBY 622 5 — 15 16 5 T. Brazil and A. Umphery; Khalyn Hageness and Sammee Bradeen. W — Hageness (2-2). L — Brazil. MAC — Brazil 0-2, H. Crawford 0-2, S. DarcAngelo 0-3, F. Smith 0-2, Umphery 0-1, A. Tanner 0-2, K. Clark 0-2, S. Hutchin 0-2, S. Reum 0-2. LIBBY — Linsey Walker 0-2, Hageness 3-4, Jayden Winslow 4-4, Bradeen 2-3, Emil...


Pitts named 'Coach of the Year' Pitts named 'Coach of the Year'

The Montana Coaches Association recently named Zanen Pitts “Coach of the Year” for Montana Class C Boys Basketball. Coaches being honored in their respective class and sport were voted in by member coaches and will be honored at the 2018 MCA Awards Ceremony on Aug. 2 in Great Falls.


Polson Lady Pirates rally to beat Libby on the field Polson Lady Pirates rally to beat Libby on the field

WOLF POINT - Jeff Kent, a familiar face on the basketball courts in northeast Montana and across the state, was recently honored as National Federation of State High School Association Official of the Year for boys basketball.  Mark Beckman, the executive director of the Montana High School Associati...


Kent Chosen MHSA boys basketball ‘Official of the Year’ Kent Chosen MHSA boys basketball ‘Official of the Year’

WOLF POINT - Jeff Kent, a familiar face on the basketball courts in northeast Montana and across the state, was recently honored as National Federation of State High School Association Official of the Year for boys basketball.  Mark Beckman, the executive director of the Montana High School Associati...


Sports Shorts for April 4, 2018 Sports Shorts for April 4, 2018

Track & Field On Thursday at the Jim Johnson Invitational in Frenchtown, the Mission Bulldogs boys track & field team placed eighth out of 17 teams, while the Lady Bulldogs finished seventh and the Arlee Scarlets finished sixteenth. Mission Bulldog Michael Durglo placed second in the javelin ...


Lucky Strike bowling results for the week of March 11-17, March 18-24 and March 25-31

Lucky Strike bowling results for the week of March 11-17 Merchants High Team Game:      Team 7        1254 High Team Series:        Wounded Warriors3556 High Game Scratch:    Will Rogers 268 High Game Handicap:...


Sportspage bowling results for the weeks of March 6, 13 and 20

Sportspage bowling results for the week of March 6 Tuesday Moonlighters High Scratch Game:         Chase Johnson  268 High Handicap Game: Tommy Seifert  295 High Scratch Series:          Ross Woods  739 High Handicap Series:  ...


Runners lace up for Ultimate Viking Challenge Runners lace up for Ultimate Viking Challenge

CHARLO – Although Saturday’s weather may have been more conducive for an activity like curling up with a good book and a mug of cocoa, for a few in Charlo, a brisk country run benefiting a worthy cause was more their cup of tea. Some 80 runners, most donning purple shirts, participated in the ...


All-star hoopsters put on a show All-star hoopsters put on a show

RONAN - Thought we were done with high school basketball? Think again. The 23rd annual Mission Mountain All-Star Game boys’ and girls’ basketball double-header drew some of the best talent from around Mission Valley to the Ronan Event Center on Thursday evening.  Bigfork’s Ellie ...


Sports Shorts for March 28, 2018 Sports Shorts for March 28, 2018

Softball Ronan Maidens The Ronan Maidens won their season and homer opener on Friday blowing out the Browning Lady Indians 22-0.  Madison Clairmont recorded two doubles and two RBIs, while winning pitcher Gabby Wirz had more hits at the plate (2, 1 RBI) than she allowed in the circle. ...


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