Ennis Mustang, Jacob Johnson makes a catch in their Homecoming victory Oct. 9 against the Lone Peak Big Horns. PHOTO COURTESY KELLEY KNACKFran Pollorena led the Falcons in assists in matches against the White Sulphur Springs Hornets and the Shields Valley Rebels last week. PHOTO COURTESY GAIL BANKSBoth the Wildcats and the Mustangs don pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness during their match up earlier this week. PHOTO COURTESY KELLEY KNACKKyle LaClair running during the Rusty Raisland Invite with beautiful fall colors behind him. PHOTO BY KATHY LACLAIRThe Lady Falcons get fired up to play the Shields Valley Rebels on Oct. 9. PHOTO COURTESY GAIL BANKSWildcat senior, Aleen Bacon, slams the ball in one of her many kills during the game against the Gardiner Bruins. PHOTO COURTESY ANDREA CHRISTENSEN

County sports roundup

MHSA pushes back winter sports

The Ennis Mustangs defeated Lone Peak High School 54-14 during their Homecoming game.

Ennis volleyball lost to the Bighorns but defeated the West Yellowstone Wolverines. Twin Bridges volleyball lost to both Shields Valley, White Sulphur Springs and the Lady Bighorns. Twin Bridges and Ennis cross country teams are preparing for state in Kalispell Oct. 24.

The Drummond Titans slayed the Sheridan Panthers 74-0. Sheridan volleyball lost to both the Gardiner Bruins and the Shields Valley Rebels.

Harrison Wildcats volleyball defeated the Wolverines but lost to the Bruins.

Montana High School Association (MHSA) has pushed the beginning of winter sports to December. The first day of practice is now Dec. 7 and the first day a game can take place is Jan. 4. 

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