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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius

Mission runners continue to improve, Alexander eyes state Mission runners continue to improve, Alexander eyes state

It’s been a good fall for the Mission cross-country team. The Bulldog harriers have risen to the occasion time and time again, dropping seconds off their best times at nearly every meet.  “It’s great to see each athlete improve,” coach Marc Cutler said. “It was our goal ...

Bulldogs fall in Florence

FLORENCE — The Mission Bulldogs’ Friday night football game ended with a 44-20 Bulldog loss. According to head coach Rich Ferris, the Falcons recovered two muffed punts within the Bulldogs’ 20-yard line and scored on both possessions. The second half saw Mission successfully move the ball a...

Group provides water info

The Western Montana Water Users Association LLC provides information to the public about how the irrigation water issue has evolved, both on and off the Flathead Reservation, in The association’s office is located at 153 N. Main St. in St. Ignatius, and the telephone number is 745-9287.  A webs...

Mission downs Maidens in rivalry match

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Lady Bulldogs volleyball team came away with a win against the Ronan Maidens in their first conference game this season.  Leading the Lady Bulldogs in kills, Sara Nerby racked up 15 of the team’s 33 and was followed closely by Stephanie Lewandowski with 12....

Bulldogs tame Lions Bulldogs tame Lions

MISSION — The St. Ignatius Bulldogs took down the Eureka Lions last weekend in a decisive 36-6 victory.  Raymond Matt lead the team in rushing with a total of 145 yards on 34 carries for an average of 4.3 yards per carry. Quarterback Dylan Evans racked up 209 yards and 5 touchdowns. Receiver Ja...

Bulldogs tame Lions Bulldogs tame Lions

MISSION — The St. Ignatius Bulldogs took down the Eureka Lions last weekend in a decisive 36 -6 victory.  Raymond Matt led the team in rushing with a total of 145 yards on 34 carries for an average of 4.3 yards per carry. Quarterback Dylan Evans racked up 209 yards and 5 touchdowns. Receiver Ja...

Bulldogs run 12 personal bests

RONAN — All 12 Mission cross-country athletes ran at Saturday’s Ronan Invitational, and all 12 ran personal bests. “It’s great to see each athlete improve,” coach Marc Cutler said. “It was our goal at the beginning of the season and we are reaching this goal. I’m ...

St. Ignatius center plans many events

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center will be a busy place over the next few weeks. First, flu shots will be available on Friday, Sept. 28, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.; bring your Medicare cards. The Amish singers will entertain diners during the Wednesday, Oct. 3 evening meal, beginning at...

St. Ignatius water project, street-paving begins

ST. IGNATIUS — At the Sept. 4 St. Ignatius City Council meeting, officials said the first of two water improvement projects could begin by Sept. 17.  The origins of these projects date back several years. The project currently being pursued involves an update to the town’s well system.&nb...

Mission falls to Cut Bank

CUT BANK — The Mission Bulldogs were stopped short in Cut Bank last weekend, 37-0.  Raymond Matt fought hard for the Bulldogs, covering a lot of ground and turning in about 16 tackles, head coach Rich Ferris noted. Matt had seven carries for 11 rushing yards to make a season total of 60 rushing...


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