Every Friday morning throughout the fall sports season, Sheridan community members rally to support the football and volleyball players with breakfast at 8 a.m.
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Though the Ennis football team cruised to an easy victory over Broadview-Lavina during their first conference game on Aug. 29, the 46 – 6 final score does not count as a win for the Mustangs.
“During [the game] we played an ineligible player,” Superintendent John Overstreet told The Madisonian. “Football players must have 12 practices before playing in a football contest. The player in question only had 11 practices.”
On Sunday, Sept. 7, the Harrison Wildcats hosted a cross-country meet in Pony.
Ennis at Broadview Lavina – Mustangs win 46-6 in first game of the year
What is six-man football? According to Sheridan coach Ricy Anderson, it’s a fast-paced, hard-hitting way to play ball with fewer athletes.
Madison County athletes competed at state track earlier this month.
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 […]