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Articles with the Tag: Ronan basketball

Maidens split the week

FLORENCE – The Maidens found themselves with a split this week bringing them to 2-2 on the season.  Friday the Maidens scraped their knees in the 42-59 loss to Florence. Maiden Raymi Clairmont led the Maidens netting 11 points while Aspen Jore and Malia Hamel each scored 9. The Maidens muffl...

Chiefs split wins, but not morale Chiefs split wins, but not morale

RONAN – With a young team boasting only three seniors, the Chiefs are on a mission to prove age is just a number on the basketball court. The Chiefs split in their opening tip-off weekend and head coach Steve Woll is smiling. “I’m happy with the split,” he said. “It’s a yo...

Maidens find their rhythm on basketball court Maidens find their rhythm on basketball court

RONAN – The Maidens have high hopes for the season and with a new boss in town, first year head coach Shelly Buhr, plans to make good on those goals. After a last place finish last year, Buhr is taking it one step at a time planning for a successful season. “We were fifth out of five last year,&r...

Local hoopsters throw down in Pablo Local hoopsters throw down in Pablo

PABLO — The Mission Valley area’s best boys and girls basketball players squared off in the 18th annual Mission Mountain All-Star hoops games Friday night at Salish Kootenai College. Players from Polson, Ronan, Two Eagle River, Charlo, St. Ignatius, Arlee, Bigfork, Hot Springs and Plains formed t...

Hoops tourney fires up middle-schoolers Hoops tourney fires up middle-schoolers

RONAN — The air was filled with the sweet smell of basketball and competition last weekend as Ronan Middle School hosted its fourth annual 5-on-5 basketball tournament.  Ronan basketball coach Steve Woll said planning for the event begins in November, and while there is a great deal of work put...

Chiefs win on senior night

Senior night proved to be a memorable evening for the Ronan Chiefs, as they beat the neighboring Mission Bulldogs 50-47 last Thursday. On Friday, the Chiefs traveled to Columbia Falls, where they weren’t so fortunate against the Wildcats, losing 84-52.    Ronan 50, St. Ignatius 47 ...

Chiefs gear up for senior night

The Ronan Chiefs lost 43-38 to Troy on Saturday. Senior Carston Baertsch led his team in scoring with nine points, while Alex Quequesah added eight and Jalen Bell had seven. Bell also grabbed 10 rebounds, three on offense, and added an assist and a steal. Baertsch and Quequesah had four steals apiece. ...

Ronan Chiefs basketball: ‘There’s no quit in us’ Ronan Chiefs basketball: ‘There’s no quit in us’

Despite a seemingly insurmountable list of injuries and more than their fair share of adversity, the Ronan Chiefs never stopped fighting and are in the midst of a comeback winning streak. Head coach Steve Woll said the team lost seven seniors to graduation last year and started the season with a 3-3 recor...

Maidens topple Hamilton, Loyola

The Ronan Maidens saw a stellar weekend of competition, beating Hamilton 47-44 on Friday and conference rival Loyola 58-51 on Saturday.  Against Hamilton, the No. 1 Class A team in the state, Ronan jumped out to a 12-0 lead in the first and led 16-6 after one quarter. The Maidens were up 39-28 after ...

Maiden Madness: Ronan girls step up hoops game Maiden Madness: Ronan girls step up hoops game

A summer playing “everywhere they could get a basketball in their hands” has molded the Ronan High School Maidens into a closer, stronger basketball team, now 5-1 on the season, with their only loss coming from Northwest A conference leader Frenchtown.  Maidens head coach Clayton Curley s...


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