Being familiar with the powerhouse Twin Bridges team, Harrison boys knew they had their work cut out for them at their Jan. 14 matchup in Twin Bridges. Leading up to the game the Harrison Wildcats were feeling good, coming off of a home win against Gardiner on January 9.
Sheridan boys’ varsity rode a rollercoaster on Jan. 8 and 9.
The Panther boys overcame Gardiner on Jan. 8, but not by much. Head Coach Ben Holland said the boys were off to a slow start, but battled back, ending the game with 26 points in the fourth quarter alone. The final score was a close one – Panthers 50, Bruins 48.
It may be a few weeks later than usual, and the season will be truncated, but young varsity basketballers around the county are finally back competing on the court.
Landri Paladichuk has signed with Rocky Mountain College for Golf. (Picture from Left to Right - Allen Rohrback, Jenny Rohrback, Landri Paladichuk, Gary Paladichuk, Schafer Palidichuk).
All Conference Football:
1st Team Tight End - Ian Swanson
2nd Team Center - Tyler Sciuchetti
2nd Team Running Back - Jacob Johnson
1st Team All State Tight End - Ian Swanson
1st Team Middle Linebacker - Ian Swanson
In a week-long, single elimination District tournament, players traveled from one gym to another to hash out who would get to represent District 12C at Divisionals. Manhattan Christian emerged as the District champion.
Here is a breakdown of the games courtesy MontanaSports.com:
The Mustangs battled highly ranked Fairview on the road in the first round of playoffs on Oct. 31. They were defeated 6-44, ending their season.
A high of 12 degrees made for a chilly state cross country meet. On Saturday, Kalispell was snowy and cold, but runners powered through.
“Tough conditions, but Montana-tough runners!” Ennis cross country coach Melinda Legg said.