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Articles with the Tag: Mission schools

Girls' Basketball Girls' Basketball

ST. IGNATIUS – Friday night, the Ronan Maidens grabbed an early 21-8 first quarter lead from the Lady Bulldogs and never looked back, beating their Class B and cross-county basketball rivals 61-24. “Tonight, I felt like we played pretty well,” Maidens’ head coach Ron Hanson said. ...

Hunters go undefeated Hunters go undefeated

POLSON – Pirate’s Hunter Fritsch (160) pinned Griffin Schoch of Lake City in the Owen Invitational finals to finish the weekend undefeated, helping the Pirates to a fourth-place finish in the 18-team tournament. Kedrick Baker (103), Mateo Quinones (120), Bridger Wenzel (132) and Parker Adle...

Schools report honor rolls

Ronan HS first quarter 2016-17 honor roll Seniors 4:0 -Jordan Bush, Gray Cook, Brinae Denny, Lane Garcia, Roman Hall, Daniel Koehler, Wyatt Kovarik, Raychel Lien, Ashley McCready, Sarah McKenzie, Samantha Metzger, Candice Neiss, Fisher Niemeyer, Heather Pospishil, Emmitt Toler, Jane Umbriaco 3...

Election issues move forward Election issues move forward

LAKE COUNTY – Two of three ballot issues brought to the public in Lake County during the Nov. 8 election are going back to the drawing board after failing to pass, including the Public Safety Mill Levy and the Mission School District Bond. In the Lake County Election, the provisional and absentee ba...

Volleyball Volleyball

ST. IGNATIUS – Fifteen outstanding volleyball players from across the Mission Valley Monday night were given a last chance to wear their uniforms and showcase their talents. Arlee Scarlets’ senior Bryndle Goyins said getting to play one last high school volleyball game and “being able to...

Volleyball all-stars to play

ST. IGNATIUS — The fourth annual Mission Valley All Star Volleyball Game will be held Monday, Nov. 7, at 6 p.m. in the Mission High School Gym. Cost of admission for the all-star game is $3 per person. This game was started when Mission assistant coach Annie Morigeau decided it was only fair that th...

Runners excel at state meet Runners excel at state meet

The best of high school runners converged in Kalispell Saturday for the all-class state cross-country meet at Rebecca Farm. Lake County fared well as the Charlo girls’ team clinched second-place for Class C, Polson girls finished in fifth for Class A and several individual runners earned all-state by f...

Students work to grow wings project Students work to grow wings project

Mission Middle School students gathered in front of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council to ask a question on Tuesday, Oct. 11. “I’m a little nervous,” Pam Frost, eighth grader said as she went into the council room. The eighth graders sat at a long table equipped with mic...

Volleyball all-stars to compete

ST. IGNATIUS — The four th annual All Star Volleyball Game will take place at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 11 at the Mission High School gym. Each coach from Mission, Arlee, Ronan, Hot Springs, Charlo and Big - fork nominates two-to-three girls to play. Names will be announced when selected.

Football Football

Polson POLSON — The Polson Pirates stomped the Columbia Falls Wildcats at home Friday night, 42-27. Columbia Falls was leading at the half, but Polson outscored the Wildcats 28-17 in the third quarter and held them scoreless in the fourth to clinch the win. The first touchdown of the game saw T...


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