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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius schools

Homecoming events bring back memories for alumni Homecoming events bring back memories for alumni

ST. IGNATIUS – Mission High School alumni were celebrated at this year’s homecoming festivities with everything from parades to sports games last week. Beedo Matt and Elena Dumontier returned to the football field to crown this year’s homecoming royalty during half time at the Friday nig...

Sports Shorts for Sept. 27, 2017

Soccer POLSON – On Thursday, Polson soccer players Michael Vergeront and Ali Hupka recorded hat tricks in their respective 6-0 wins over visiting Bigfork.  The Lady Pirates fell 8-0 to visiting Columbia Falls, while the Pirates handily put way Columbia Falls’ boys team 4-0 on Saturda...

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Volleyball POLSON – Kaelyn Smith had six kills and five digs as the Polson Lady Pirates fell to the Whitefish Bulldogs at home, 25-10, 29-27, 25-13 on Tuesday, Sept. 5th. Kyler Lundeen had 23 digs, while Jaycee Frydenlund added six assists and six digs for the Lady Pirates. Smith had eight kills, ...

Sport shorts Sport shorts

Soccer FRENCHTOWN – The Polson Pirates and Lady Pirates both started the season with wins on the road at Frenchtown on Thursday. The Pirates won 4-2 and the Lady Pirates won 4-1. On Saturday, the Pirates and Lady Pirates hosted Loyola. The Pirates handily defeated Loyola 11-0. Alexis Guerrer...

Bulldogs drop season opener to Flint Creek, 58-0 Bulldogs drop season opener to Flint Creek, 58-0

ST. IGNATIUS — New coach, new conference, new uniforms and helmets gave a very promising look to the start of the 2017 campaign for the Mission Bulldogs football squad.  Unfortunately, the season opener was a little rough on the Bulldogs and ended with a disappointing 58-0 loss at home to the F...

Local schools affected by MHSA reclassification Local schools affected by MHSA reclassification

As prep athletes from around the Mission Valley make their way back into the gym and out on the field, they will notice a slight change in their upcoming scheduled opponents.  Back in November during an executive board meeting, the Montana High School Association (MHSA) approved a new set of enrollme...

Briefs for July 19, 2017

Women’s football clinic to support Charlo athletics   CHARLO- Vikings, Guts and Glitter Women’s Football Clinic will be held this year on Saturday, Aug. 19, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  A $60 entry fee includes breakfast, lunch and a half day in the classroom learning about footbal...

State recognizes local school State  recognizes local school

ST. IGNATIUS – Teachers from across the state of Montana cheered as the first reservation school in the state received a platinum award, which was given to the St. Ignatius School District.  “When it was announced, it got pretty loud in the room; it was a big deal in the teaching world,&r...

Spring 2017 Honor roll

Spring 2017 Ronan Middle School  3.0-3.49 Eighth Grade: Mason Allen, Remington Bell, Talyn Bird, Autumn Chee, Zarec Couture, Jessy Dalke, Dylan Davis, Girma Detwiler, Ayden Diaz, Trent Goss, Colton Graham, Taylor Jackson, Daniel Kelsch,  Nancy Kenmille, Danny Krahn, Maggi Lake, M...

Tar Wars poster competition winners announced Tar Wars poster competition winners announced

News from the Lake County Health Department “Tar Wars” is a national tobacco-free education program from the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) designed for fourth through sixth-grade students. The program consists of a one-hour presentation that is given by volunteer health care p...

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