Lustre Christian’s girls’ basketball team lost by a 4122 final at home against Scobey on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
The Lions trailed by only a 12-7 margin at the end of the first quarter and were behind 25-12 at the half.
Scobey held a 34-18 advantage after three quarters of play.
Alexa Reddig accounted for 13 of Lustre’s points. Aubri Holzrichter scored seven and ...
Poplar’s defense held Plentywood scoreless in the second quarter and posted a 53-45 home boys’ basketball victory on Friday, Jan. 27.
After falling behind 17-12 in the first quarter, the Indians scored 13 points in the second period for a 25-17 lead.
Poplar outscored the Wildcats by a 12-10 margin in the third quarter.
Top scorers for the Indians were William ...
Frazer’s girls’ basketball team captured a 49-46 victory over Brockton in Frazer on Friday, Jan. 27.
After a 20-20 deadline at the half, the Bearcubs gained a 39-26 lead in the third quarter. Baily Beston scored seven points and Isabelle Even added six points in the period.
Frazer then held on for a three-point victory during fourth quarter action. Beston tallied...
Poplar’s girls’ basketball team lost to a strong Class C Plentywood squad, 84-43, at home on Friday, Jan. 27.
Plentywood took a 22-10 lead in the first quarter and held a 42-13 half-time advantage.
Poplar’s top scorers were Braelyn Nordwick with 14 and Cammie Martell with 12 points.
Also scoring for the Indians were Rikki Belton with six, Morgen Nordwick with ...
Glasgow High School athletic director Brenner Flaten has been selected by the Montana Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association as the 2022 Montana Overall AD of the Year. Annually, the MIAAA recognizes an AD of the Year in each of the four Classifications (AA, A, B, and C) as well as an overall selection.
The overall AD of the Year is an all-class recogniti...