All of Madison County’s teams have played at least one basketball game – read on to learn how they fared: http://digital.madisoniannews.com/sub/account_login.asp
Tis the season … for basketball in Madison County. The Madisonian reached out to the varsity coaches from Ennis, Harrison, Sheridan and Twin Bridges so we have an idea of what to expect from our teams this season.
Though Wibaux put up a fight – the toughest the Ennis football team has seen so far this year – the Mustangs gained momentum early on and brought home a win, 46 – 6, which earned them a trip to the state championship on Nov. 19 in Charlo.
Wendy McKitrick of Ennis was selected as class C boys’ track and field coach of the year by members of the Montana Coaches Association.
On June 4, Falcons Kaleb Rosselott, Tracen Eggers, Colby Minert, J.D. Melhoff and Bill Yeager and Mustang powerhouse Dustin Wham lined the Bob Green Field at Montana Tech for one last game, not as opponents but as teammates in the 33rd Bob Cleverly Class C All-Star game.
Twin Bridges and Ennis fans packed the gym on Jan. 27, when the Mustangs hosted the Falcons for two close games.
Two Madison County footballers selected for the 70th shrine game
The Mustangs’ season drew to a close at the final buzzer of the state semifinal game versus the Wibaux Longhorns in Ennis last Saturday, losing 20 – 22.
Ennis at Broadview Lavina – Mustangs win 46-6 in first game of the year