The Glasgow Courier - Serving Proudly As The Voice Of Valley County Since 1913

By Jerek Wolcott
For the Courier 

After the Crossroads

Bethany Lacock overcame her bashful nature and changed her career path to become a leader on the Carroll track and field team and ultimately an All-American.


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Lacock high jumps in the heptathlon at the NAIA National Championship.

Two years ago, a sophomore on the Carroll track team made the trip to compete at the NAIA Track and Field National Championship in Gulf Shores, Ala. For her, it was the culmination of a season that would prove to be a crossroads in her life and the first step down a path to a future that she only dreamed she could achieve.

Bethany Lacock grew up on a ranch on the Montana Hi-Line just outside of the tiny town of Hinsdale, the intersection of Highway 2 and State Route 537, on the banks of the Milk River. There were 25 people in her high school and she graduated with five other students in her...

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