Madison County athletes competed at state track earlier this month.
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By Abigail Dennis Arctic grayling are native to North America. Out of the 48 contiguous states, they were previously found only in Michigan and Montana, where they were important to the health and ecosystems of the rivers. According to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks fisheries biologist Pat Clancey, the fish has died out in Michigan […]
Ennis High School’s varsity golfers took to the links in Townsend last week. The team hosts a home meet on May 3.
Local track and field athletes participated in three meets last week in Bozeman and Belgrade. The teams saw a number of athletes place in individual and team events.
The Twin Bridges Lady Falcons left the Sheridan Invitational track meet on April 5 with a new school record. Daphne Puckett threw the shot put 37 feet and two inches, beating the record set by Lesley Perry in 1991 by one foot, according to coach Nancy Gesling. Below are the times and places of the […]
When the buzzer sounds for timeouts at basketball games, the Harrison-Willow Creek cheerleaders rise to the occasion and get to work—supporting the team and convincing fans to jump to their feet, stomping and clapping.
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.
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.