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Softball Softball

Polson   POLSON – Laurel Bitterman went 4-for-4 with five RBIs and a double to lead the Lady Pirates to a dominant 23-5 win over Corvallis.  Haley Fyant twirled a five-hitter for the pitching decision and at the plate went 3-for-5 with five RBIs and two doubles. Down 6-0, Corval...

Valley athletes capture wins in track and field

FRENCHTOWN – Lady Pirates’ Brea Frissell won the 1600 with a time of 5:35.2 during the Frenchtown Invitational on Saturday. Carly Hergett picked up a win in the 100 hurdles with a time of 16.67 for Arlee. In the boys’ meet, a couple of Pirates finished second, Matthew Rensvold in the 400...

Right on track Right on track

There was plenty of competition to go around for the more than dozen schools that attended the Ronan Invitational Track and Field meet at Ronan High School on Saturday. Overall team titles went to the Eureka boys, who finished with 84 points, and the Arlee girls with 90 points. The hosting Chiefs&rsquo...

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Golf April 5-6 – Ronan @ Loyola Tournament, 10 a.m. April 8 – Ronan @ Plains, 10 a.m. April 11 – Ronan Inv. @ Mission Mtn. Country Club, 10 a.m. Softball April 6 – Ronan vs. Columbia Falls, 3:30 p.m. April 7-8 – Polson @ Fast Pitch Inv., Belgrade, TBA Ap...

Lady Bulldogs get ‘running’ start, outscore opponents 54-9 in four games Lady Bulldogs get ‘running’ start, outscore opponents 54-9 in four games

ST. IGNATIUS – The Mission-Arlee-Charlo (MAC) Bulldogs’ softball team is off to a 4-0 start on the young 2017 season. On Friday, the MAC crushed visiting Eureka 11-1 and 20-1 and then on Saturday slipped by the visiting Libby Loggers 4-3 and finished the weekend off by beating Troy 19-4. Th...

Transitional kindergarten to be offered

ST. IGNATIUS — There’s something new happening at St. Ignatius Elementary School. For the 2017- 2018 school year, the school is offering a transitional kindergarten for children who will be 4 years old before Sept. 10, 2017. Information Collection day is on Thursday, March 30 from 4-6 p.m. ...

Valley’s best shine in all-star game Valley’s best shine in all-star game

Valley rivalries were put aside as conference friends and foes gathered Thursday evening for the 22nd annual Mission Valley All-Star Classic at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center on the Salish Kootenai College campus. The all-star event matches up some of the best basketball talent from the valley...

Cornerstone helps fund trip Cornerstone helps fund trip

JP Thomas, Lynn Lapka, and Tony Bossy from Cornerstone Pizza, front, are surrounded by Middle School students. Cornerstone Pizza in St. Ignatius donated $1,800 to Mission Middle School’s eighth grade class from a pizza fundraiser held on Feb. 24. Half of the money raised from pizza sales was donated to...

Maidens win district tourney Maidens win district tourney

HAMILTON – In the last match up with Florence, the Maidens won a 61-60 nail-biter. The nails were spared as the Maidens rolled to a 61-48 win over Florence for the District 6B championship on Saturday. The Maidens led Florence 26-21 at the half and put the game away with a 35-27 second half. Alicia ...

Ronan sophomore earns state title Ronan sophomore earns state title

BILLINGS – Ronan sophomore Noah Cheff (132) won his first state wrestling title by pinning Kameron Rauser of Townsend in just 14 seconds Saturday evening at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings. Noah’s dad, coach Hap Cheff, said he was thankful for a healthy season. Last year his son was knocked...

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