After the cancelation of the Pony meet, Madison County High School cross country teams went elsewhere to stay on track. The weekend turned out to be beneficial for the runners, and the coaches are continuously proud of improvements made.
The Madison Meadows Golf Course in Ennis is swinging for $700,000 in donations, over two years, with its Tee-To-Green course improvement capital campaign. About three months into the campaign, it’s off to a good start with about $60,000 raised.
Twin Bridges city council approved to go digital at their monthly meeting June 11. They also approved for the Montana Department of Resources and Conservation and Great West Engineering to seek out grants to fund a feasibility study that would investigate the town’s levy.
HARRISON – Harrison sent 11 athletes to Western C Divisionals in Missoula on May 16 and 17.
Six athletes placed in various events and will compete at State C in Laurel on May 24 and 25.
ENNIS—The brand-new lady Mustangs softball team played their second double header of the season on Friday, April 12, ending up with an even 2-2 record.
BOZEMAN—Madison County athletes joined teams from Broadwater, Manhattan, Butte, West Yellowstone and White Sulphur Springs for the kickoff to the 2019 track and field season. Bozeman High School hosted the TFMC Invitational on Saturday, April 6, and hundreds of athletes took advantage of clear skies to log early-season marks.
BUTTE—All eyes were on Great Falls two weekends ago for the state tournament of Class C girls, as Box Elder pulled out a six-point victory over Roy-Winifred 48 - 42 to claim their second straight state title.
DILLON—The field of championship basketball teams is slowly being whittled down as the post-season progresses, and three Madison County teams punched their ticket to this weekend’s divisional championship in Butte.
MADISON COUNTY—Regular season high school basketball is over for another year in the Madison and Ruby valleys. Seven matchups took place around the county last weekend, including a banner senior night for the Sheridan Panthers on Friday, February 8.
MADISON COUNTY – There’s only one more weekend of regular-season play before high school basketball enters championship games. But the only mainstay of local teams seems to be the Twin Bridges boys, who just continue rolling toward what promises to be an exciting post-season.