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.
In a nail-biter match, the Lady Mustangs lost to the undefeated Belt Huskies and took home the second place title. The Huskies, who capped off a perfect season with the title match, knocked the Mustangs into the consolation bracket early in the tournament, but the hungry Ennis team made their way back, better than ever and looking for redemption.
The Lady Mustangs were in Butte last weekend for the western divisional tournament, where they swept all four divisional matches in three sets, taking home the championship title and plaque.
The Maroon Activities Center in uptown Butte was “bumping” with action as the teams from 12C converged on the facility for the district tournament on Oct. 27 and 28.
Madison County volleyball round up
Madison County football teams play over the weekend.
Madison County was full of volleyball action last week as all four schools faced off against one another for cross county action. Thursday, Sept. 15, was busy as Harrison traveled over the hill to take on their county rivals in Ennis, and Sheridan headed 8 miles north to duke it out with Twin Bridges. Read […]
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