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Articles with the Tag: Arlee schools

Arlee students to perform ‘Blackbeard the Pirate’

ARLEE — What starts as a lazy day at the beach, quickly turns into mystery and adventure when the search for Blackbeard’s treasure begins. Tales both past and present lead us on a search of untold riches. Just where has Blackbeard and his crew hidden their legendary treasure? The local cast fe...

Scarlets volleyball wraps it up

  HOT SPRINGS – Arlee’s Scarlets finished up their season on Friday dropping both games at the 10-C District Tournament.  In game one the Scarlets were overtaken by Superior 1-3.  Morgan Malatare led the Scarlets with six kills and six digs and Becca Whitesell lent a hand ...

Grant renewed for student Camobodia trip

If you are a Montana high school teacher or student with interests in environmental issues or international affairs, you could be among 20 students and two teachers supported by the U.S. Department of State for an all-expenses-paid trip to Cambodia. The State Department has renewed a $190,000 grant to the...

Arlee Scarlets split games at home

  ARLEE – The Scarlets toppled Noxon Thursday 3-2, taking it to all five sets. Morgan Malatare and Violet Pablo each came away with six aces with Pablo adding 12 kills to her card. Alexis Shick had seven digs and nine kills. On Saturday the Scarlets fell to Hot Springs 0-3.  Morga...

Arlee topples Granite

ARLEE – On Wednesday, the Warriors took down Granite at home 46-34. Though the Warriors fell behind in the first half, they came back big in the second, scoring 40 points. QB Riley Rogers was 9-11 in passes for 158 yards and three touchdowns. Patrick Big Sam snagged four receptions for 90 yards with...

Scarlet volleyball: these girls are tough Scarlet volleyball: these girls are tough

In the world of competitive volleyball, the Arlee Scarlets are definitely here to compete. With stone cold faces — although candid smiles were witnessed — these girls are all about business. Coach Brian Big Sam can be heard from the sidelines yelling, “smile!” Don’t let Big S...

Baldwin honored as Montana Teacher of the Year Baldwin honored as Montana Teacher of the Year

ARLEE – This time recognition for a job well done goes to the teacher. High school English teacher Anna Baldwin’s dedication to teaching, high expectations and cultural awareness got her noticed by the Montana Professional Teaching Foundation.  Baldwin was presented with the Teacher of th...

Arlee volleyball picking up steam

  ARLEE – The Scarlets showed they would not just give up without a fight, beating Hot Springs 3-0 at home on Thursday. Scarlet junior Violet Pablo led her team with two aces, three digs, and eight kills and senior Bailey Rice had 11 of the Scarlets 18 assists.  Saturday brought the ...

Warriors fall to Superior

  SUPERIOR – Arlee’s Warriors had a tumbling game against Superior on Friday ending with a 20-58 score. Though the Warriors scored in three of four quarters, Superior stayed a step or two ahead throughout the game. Warrior Riley Rogers led his team in both passing and rushing going 16-...

Arlee cross-country making its way to finish line Arlee cross-country making its way to finish line

If the Warriors and Scarlets could come up with the one word to describe their cross-country team it would be “hope.” They hope to place high at state, they hope to better themselves throughout the season, and Coach Katea Dreiling hopes that she can have a full team at practice. With some of h...


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