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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius schools

Mission Bulldogs remember beloved coach Mission Bulldogs remember beloved coach

ST. IGNATIUS – The Mission Bulldogs lost a coaching icon last week. Coach Les Rice, 61, died after a long battle with lung cancer on Monday, Feb. 11. “I can think about him and cry and smile at the same time,” said retired Mission coach Lloyd Phillips. “I never met anyone in my lif...

Sports Shorts for Feb. 20, 2019

Boys Basketball Polson Pirates In the Northwest A District Tournament this past weekend in Whitefish, the Polson Pirates battled to a second place finish falling 78-50 to the Browning Indians in the championship game Saturday evening. The Pirates marched into the championship game by defeating...

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Boys Basketball Arlee Warriors Cody Tanner nailed a buzzer-beating three-pointer giving the Arlee Warriors a 68-66 road victory over the Loyola Sacred Heart Rams on Tuesday, Feb. 5. Lane Johnson led the Warriors with 18 points followed by Greg Whitesell with 17 points.  On Thursday evenin...

Valley prep wrestlers grapple their way to state Valley prep wrestlers grapple their way to state

BUTTE – Thirty-six Mission Valley wrestlers qualified for a shot at being crowned state champions during next weekend’s competition in Billings. The Polson Pirates led the way by putting 15 wrestlers in the state competition, followed by the Mission-Charlo Bulldogs with nine, Ronan Chiefs with...

Local basketball teams battle for bragging rights Local basketball teams battle for bragging rights

ST. IGNATIUS – Last week saw a rivalry matchup in the Mission Valley called the “Battle of the Rez” on Tuesday, Jan. 8, between the Mission Bulldogs and the visiting Arlee Warriors that packed the house. On court battles continued with other schools as well.    The rivalry betw...

St. Ignatius facilities funded

ST. IGNATIUS – Students will see more opportunities for vocational training and athletics thanks to a $5.6 million bond that St. Ignatius voters passed in November. SuperinSargent said plans are still in the works but he hopes construction will start in the spring. The bond will fund the expansion o...

Missoula Children’s Theater play performed in St. Ignatius Missoula Children’s Theater play performed in St. Ignatius

ST. IGNATIUS – With help from the Missoula Children’s Theater, children at the St. Ignatius School District presented the “Snow Queen” on Friday and Saturday after preparing for only five days.   Iris Arlint played the part of Gerda. The Snow Queen was Yvonne Baty. Wyatt Lamme...

Judge rejects bus driver’s plea agreement, lets jury decide

After receiving numerous complaints by concerned citizens through social media postings and calls made to the Lake County Clerk of District Court, District Judge Kim Christopher rejected the plea agreement for a former St. Ignatius school bus driver and bus owner who was charged with dealing methamphetamine....

Bulldogs do work of angels Bulldogs do work of angels

ST. IGNATIUS – Nineteen St. Ignatius Middle School students put on their wings for the holiday season to help children in need. The group is called Dogs with Wings because the school’s mascot is a bulldog and the students are doing the work of angels. The group is part of a school project that...

honor roll for first quarter 2018

Arlee High School Straight A’s:  Colt Crawford High Honor Roll (3.7 & above): Kiya Ironshell, Denny Nelson-Sween, Peyton Lammerding, Sara Schall, Tomi Brazill, MaKenzie Rieken, Rylee Belcourt, Donovin Hankin. Regular Honor Roll (3.3 - 3.69): Kanoa Palazzolo, Hailey Shepherd, F...


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