Though we are still in the thick of the dog days of summer, cooler temperatures and turning leaves are just around the corner. And heralding in fall, Madison County athletes prepare for the season. Read on for a glimpse at what to expect from the Ennis Mustangs, Harrison Wildcats, Sheridan Panthers and Twin Bridges Falcons.
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In front of a packed stadium, two Madison County footballers made all star debuts at the 70th annual Montana East-West Shrine Game at the Alumni Coliseum in Butte, Saturday, July 16.
Wendy McKitrick of Ennis was selected as class C boys’ track and field coach of the year by members of the Montana Coaches Association.
Spring is just around the corner and with that comes spring sports in Madison County. Practices started this week as student athletes took to the track and the golfing greens – whether it is golf you are interested in or track and field, here is what you can expect this season.
Basketball season draws to a close in Madison County
Madison County basketball teams traveled to Manhattan Christian last week for four days of basketball – at the end of the 11/12C district tournament, both the Mustangs and Lady Mustangs and the Lady Falcons from Twin Bridges earned spots in this week’s divisional tournament in Hamilton.
Mustang and Panther fans packed the Sheridan gym on Feb. 12 for a cross-county match up that ultimately had both Ennis teams walking away with wins, despite Sheridan’s best efforts.
Cross-county rivals – Harrison and Sheridan – clashed in the Harrison gym on Feb. 6 for a night of purple-themed basketball. Both schools have cat mascots, Wildcats and Panthers, and both claim purple as their school color.
Twin Bridges and Ennis fans packed the gym on Jan. 27, when the Mustangs hosted the Falcons for two close games.