Four teams from Madison County—the Ennis Mustangs, Twin Bridges Falcons, Twin Bridges Lady Falcons and Harrison-Willow Creek Lady Wildcats— took part in the Western C Divisional tournament in Butte Feb. 26-March 1. Three teams advanced to play on Saturday in the consolation bracket.
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Boys and girls teams from all the high schools in Madison County competed at the District 11/12C Basketball Tournament. Four of them—Harrison-Willow Creek girls, Ennis boys and both Twin Bridges boys and girls—advanced from the District 11/12C Tournament to the Western C Divisional Tournament.
Twin Bridges juniors Phillip Vial and Mic Wetherbee traveled to Billings last weekend to compete in the state wrestling tournament with Dillon’s Beaverhead County High School. The team as a whole qualified 11 wrestlers for state, ultimately placing eighth at the tournament, according to head coach T.J. Nelson.
The Harrison-Willow Creek Wildcat basketball teams celebrated two homecoming victories on Feb. 7 against the Sheridan Panthers as all the teams finalize preparation for the last week of regular season games.
The Lady Mustangs welcomed the Lady Falcons from Twin Bridges into the Ennis gym for the first of the evening’s varsity games on Jan. 31. From tipoff through the end of the first quarter, the fast-paced game was physical and high scoring. The teams were evenly matched, Ennis leading Twin Bridges 15-13 going into the […]
Just a week past the middle of the regular basketball season, two Madison County teams remain undefeated in conference play. The Ennis boys’ team and the Harrison-Willow Creek girls’ squad are at the top of the District 11/12 C.
Halfway through the 2013-14 regular season, area high school basketball teams are experienced but many like Sheridan have been tested with injuries and illness throughout the season.
The Mustangs welcomed conference rivals, the Harrison-Willow Creek Wildcats into the Ennis gym on Thursday, Jan. 9. Mustang Chad Johnerson went head-to-head with Wildcat Garrett Petersen for the tip off to commence the evening’s varsity games.
It was a clash of the big cats on Friday night in Sheridan when the Panthers welcomed the Harrison-Willow Creek Wildcats for a night of basketball.
Basketball teams dipped their toes in the water with two weeks of competition before Christmas break, and are now ready to jump in as the 2013-14 season continues with two full months of games before state tournaments.