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2018 Hockey Season Begins

Hi-Line Youth Hockey kicked off their 2018 hockey season with three teams hitting the road for competition, Nov. 9, 10 and 11. The 19U girls were in Kalispell, with games held at one of the most...

 

GWC Trio Competes in Idaho

Representing the Glasgow Wrestling Club on Team Montana Elite, three grapplers traveled to St. Anthony, Idaho, Nov. 9 and 10, for the Upper Valley Aces Elementary Duals. Results Anders Aune (40) went 5-5 Aune over unknown (forfeit); K. Linnell (Upper...

 

Hinsdale Seven Contributed Heavily to 2018 Scottie Football Season

Seven young men from Hinsdale made up nearly one-third of the Scottie football roster this past season. That being said, you could assume that as a group they were key players for the Scotties. You...

 

Lady Scotties Cap Season with Loss to Shelby at Divisional Tournament

The Lady Scottie volleyball team was in Cut Bank Nov. 1 and 2 for the Northern B Divisional Tournament. Their chase for hardware and a place in the state tournament came to an end Friday afternoon...

 

Lady Mavs Finish With One Win at Divisionals

Following a clutch performance at the District 3C tournament on Oct. 26, the Lady Mavericks made their way to the divisional tournament held in Sidney, Nov. 2 and 3. The North Country girls faced...

 

Lady Scotties Finish Third at District 2B, Stay Positive About Upcoming Divisional Competition

A disappointing loss to Malta ended the District 2B Volleyball Tournament for the Lady Scotties on Oct. 27. According to head coach Somer Hoerster, going into districts, the Scotties spent some time...

 

Scotties Fall From Football Playoffs in First Round

The 2018 Scottie football season came to a close on Oct. 27, following a loss to the Colstrip Colts. Despite the loss, head coach Pat Barnett described the game as, “Maybe the best game we played all year. We started strong and we finished...

 

Lady Mavs 2nd at District 3C, Lady Lions End Season

The North Country Lady Mavericks defeated the Lustre Christian Lady Lions in two matches to claim the second-place trophy at the District 3C volleyball tournament held in Saco, Oct. 26. The two teams...

 

Glasgow Fails to Secure Win vs. Malta

With playoffs on the horizon, the Scotties were on the road for their final regular-season game on Oct. 19 as they faced the Malta Mustangs. With home-field advantage for the first playoff game on...

 

Scottie Volleyball Falls to Sidney, Glendive

The Glasgow volleyball squad hosted Sidney for Pink Night on Oct. 18. Despite some good, scrappy play from the Scotties, the Lady Eagles came back from an 0-2 deficit to win the match over Glasgow in...

 

State Competition on the Horizon for Scottie Harriers

The Glasgow cross country team pulled double duty this past week with the Capital City 7 of 7 meet in Helena on Oct. 4 and the Miles City Invitational on Oct. 6. Although most of the Scottie runners e...

 

Lady Scotties On a Roll, Defeat Scobey and Poplar

The Scottie volleyball team traveled to Scobey on Oct. 5 and defeated the Lady Spartans after five full sets, 25-22, 25-23, 20-25, 12-25, and 15-12. The following day, on Oct. 6, Glasgow hosted the...

 

Scotties 36, Wolf Point 7

The Scotties picked up another conference win in Wolf Point on Oct. 5, and improved their overall record to 4-2. Going into the game, the Scotties' head coach Pat Barnett, wasn't really familiar with...

 

Playoff Bound: Scotties Clobber the Wolves at Homecoming

Glasgow 20, Cut Bank 8 With their Homecoming win on the gridiron against Cut Bank on Sept. 28, the Scotties secured a spot in the playoffs. "That was our goal," said head coach Pat Barnett of the...

 

Scotties Sweep Frazer XC Invitational

Glasgow continues to dominate the cross country circuit, and the team only seems to be gaining ground. The Scotties ran in Frazer on Sept. 27 and at their Homecoming meet in Fort Peck on Sept. 29....

 

Scotties Fall to Wolf Point in Volleyball Action

There's no love lost between Wolf Point and Glasgow on the volleyball court. After the Scotties were stripped of their district title last season for a rules infraction, the dynamics between the...

 

Lady Scotties Best Lady Wildcats in Three

The Lady Scotties hosted the Harlem Lady Wildcats for a conference match-up at Scottie gymnasium Sept. 14. Harlem stepped on the court ready to play and put forth a scrappy effort in front of a... Full story

 

Lustre Defeats North Country in Whitewater

Lustre handed North Country their second consecutive loss in volleyball action in Whitewater on Sept. 15. With three seniors, five juniors and one sophomore on their varsity roster, the Lady Lions... Full story

 

Lady Scotties Defeat M-Ettes in Five Sets

The Lady Scotties took on the Malta M-Ettes at home Sept. 6. There was a sizable fan base on hand for both teams and the atmosphere reeked of competitiveness. Glasgow fell to the M-Ettes 21-25 in the...

 

Glasgow Runners Go One-Two in Malta

The Scottie cross country squad traveled to Malta for their annual meet on Sept. 8. The event was held at the golf course just south of town and featured teams from northcentral and northeastern...

 

Legacy of Love:

First impressions of Shalynn Pedersen may be of a docile, unassuming teenager. At times, that may be true, but she also has athleticism and determination running through her veins. Her connection to s...

 

Lady Scotties Fall to Simms in Chipper

The varsity Lady Scotties were on the road again for their second tournament of the season with games in Chinook Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. The squad battled their way to the chipper on Saturday, but were...

 

Lady Mavs Struggle in Malta, Squeak Past Harlem, Fall to Scobey

The Lady Mavericks opened their volleyball season with two tough weekends. First, with a busy tournament in Malta on Aug. 25. Although the girls finished with some nice scores, they were unable to...

 

Braaten, McKean Lead Scotties at Billings Invitational

The Scottie cross country team was in Billings Aug. 31. With more than 300 varsity runners, it was likely the largest meet on the Scottie's schedule. With the number of competitors at the meet, the...

 

Scottie Cross Country Kicks off Season in Williston

The Glasgow Scotties took a skeleton crew of sorts to the Williston cross country meet on Aug. 25. With several athletes unable to compete for a number of reasons, the team didn't run to its full...

 

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