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  • Lustre Christian Boys Repeat as District 3C Champs

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 21, 2024

    The Lustre Christian Lions repeated as District 3C champions after defeating Frazer, Circle and co-conference champions, Scobey/Opheim this past weekend in Glasgow. Lustre enters the Eastern C Divisional Tournament with one loss – to Scobey – while Scobey advances with two losses – both to Lustre. North Country went 2-2 at the District Tournament to finish in fourth and also advance to the Divisional Tournament. North Country beat Nashua in a hard-fought battle, fell to Scobey/Opheim,...

  • North Country Girls Claim District 3C Championship

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 21, 2024

    The North Country Mavericks defeated Lustre Christian and Scobey/Opheim at the District 3C Tournament in Glasgow this past weekend to both maintain their perfect record and bring home another District championship. Lustre Christian defeated Frazer in the first round and fell to North Country in the second round to move to the back side of the bracket. The Lions defeated Dodson in loser-out action to advance to the consolation game where they fended off Circle in overtime to take third place. Nas...

  • Ice Dawgs Down Billings

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 21, 2024

    The Ice Dawgs closed out the regular season at home this past weekend with a pair of wins over Billings. Glasgow beat Billings 10-1 Friday for senior night and won 8-2 Saturday. Glasgow finishes the season with a 15-3 record and 30 points. Miles City, 15-2, in the BSHS East and Bozeman Black, 15-2, in the BSHS West both have 30 points as well but with games left on their schedule. The Dawgs go into the State Tournament as the number two seed in the East. Lex Fairclough started the scoring...

  • Scottie Boys Advance To Divisional Tourney

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 21, 2024

    The Scottie boys posted a 1-2 record at the District 2B Tournament in Wolf Point this past weekend to advance to the Northern B Divisional in Malta as the number four seed. Glasgow opened the tourney Thursday with a 55-45 loss to Poplar, survived loser-out action against Harlem with a 42-39 win and fell 46-35 to Fairview in the consolation game Saturday. Glasgow and Poplar held even at 12 in the first quarter before the Scotties pulled away 32-24 at the half. Poplar cut into Glasgow's lead in...

  • Glasgow Girls End Season at District Tourney

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 21, 2024

    The Glasgow girls’ basketball season came to an end at the District 2B Tournament in Wolf Point this past weekend with a pair of hard fought games. The Scotties lost an upset to the Wolf Point Wolves 50-46 in double overtime to start the tourney Wednesday. On the back side of the bracket on Friday, Glasgow fell 47-35 to Fairview despite outscoring the Warriors in the third and fourth quarters. The Scotties established a 13-5 lead after one quarter and padded it to 23-6 by the half. Both teams put up 10 points in the third. Wolf Point fought...

  • Stockman Bank Team Sportsman Award

    Feb 21, 2024

  • Highlanders Flex Muscle in Poplar and Butte

    For the Courier|Feb 21, 2024

    The Glasgow Wrestling Club once again enjoyed an action-packed weekend with plenty of success! 43 Highlanders headed 70 miles east to participate in the Poplar Invitational on Saturday, while 24 wrestlers made the long westward trek to Butte to participate in the prestigous "Cyclops" event on Saturday and Sunday. In Poplar, GWC would crown 12 Individual Champions and 31 top three finishers. The team turned in the 2nd most pins/tech falls at the event with 50 overall and finished with a 59%...

  • Gamas Is Class B/C 152 lbs. State Champion

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Glasgow wrestling teams brought home six All-State Honors with one State Champion from the MHSA All-Class State Wrestling Tournament in Billings this past weekend. Khye Gamas went undefeated over the two-day event on his way to the top of the podium. The two-time state placing sophomore avenged his Divisional loss to Huntley Project’s Grady Schmidt in a triple overtime match. Gamas won the tight match by a 2-1 score to bring home his first state wrestling title. He is now the 75th Scottie state champion. Gamas and Cody Kuka, who finished...

  • 2024 MHSA All-Class State Wrestling Tournament Scottie Wrestling Full Results

    Feb 14, 2024

    B/C - 103 - Makiya Plummer’s place is 3rd and has scored 21.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Hunter Grieve (Lincoln County (Eureka)) 20-17 won by decision over Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 34-16 (Dec 6-4) Cons. Round 1 - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 34-16 won by fall over Liam Gallagher (Shepherd) 12-16 (Fall 2:28) Cons. Round 2 - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 34-16 won by fall over Weston Block (Thompson Falls / Noxon) 24-10 (Fall 0:54) Cons. Round 3 - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 34-16 won by decision over Riley McLeod (Conrad) 28-20 (Dec 5-2) Cons. Semi -...

  • Scottie Girls Win Two In Final Regular Season Weekend

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Glasgow girls basketball team closed out the regular season with a pair of wins, improving their record to 6-4, 10-8 overall. The Scotties beat the Harlem Wildcats 53-39 Feb. 9, and defeated the Fairview Warriors 40-35 the following night. Glasgow took a 13-9 lead over Harlem in the first quarter and held it for the game. The Scotties led 23-18 at the half and 35-31 after three quarters. Glasgow outscored Harlem 18-8 in the final eight minutes for the win. Joely Chappell led all scorers with...

  • Scottie Boys 1-1 In Last Regular Season Weekend

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Glasgow boys basketball team finished the regular season with a 6-4, 9-9 overall record after splitting their games. The Scotties beat Harlem 58-49 Feb. 9, before falling 60-43 to Fairview the following night, both games on the road. Glasgow had four players score in the win over Harlem, led by Cade Hudyma with 28 points. Wyatt Babb scored 19, Connor Hudyma added 5 points and Myles Yoakam scored 4 points. Babb led in assists with seven followed by Yoakam with four. Connor Hudyma had two...

  • Ice Dawgs Drop Two in Miles City

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Ice Dawgs fell to second place in the BSHS East division with two losses to Miles City on the road this past weekend. Glasgow fell 6-5 Friday and 9-3 Saturday. The Dawgs hold a 12-2 record with 24 points, tied for third in the BSHS League. Mason Hunter, from Bode Barnett, put Glasgow on the board first Friday night but the Generals tied it on a power play and took the l2-1 lead before the buzzer sounded. Miles City found the back of the net first in the second, just 29 seconds into the period. Tristan Powell cut the lead to one goal with...

  • Lustre Boys Close Regular Season with Two Wins

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Lustre boys basketball team concluded the regular season with two wins, downing North Country 65-27 Feb. 9 and avenging their only loss of the season with a 49-39 victory over Scobey the following night. Lustre v. North Country 1st Quarter L 22 NC 5 2nd Quarter L 36 NC 13 3rd Quarter L 53 NC 19 4th Quarter L 65 NC 27 Scoring: Johnslee Pierre, 14; Byron Ewing, 11; Prestyn Klatt, 10; Terran Joseph, 8; Cayden Klatt, 6; Cam Reddig, 5; Clay Reddig, 3; Diek Olfert, Joel Reddig, and Brian Guedes,...

  • North Country Girls Finish Regular Season Undefeated

    PCN Pierre Bibbs, For the Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The North Country Lady Mavericks are heading to the postseason! The team will head into this weekend's 3C District Tournament at Glasgow High School. North Country enters as the regular season conference champions at 18-0 (12-0 in the conference). The tournament is set to start on Wednesday, Feb. 14, and conclude on Saturday, Feb. 17. The Lady Mavericks have earned a first round bye and will face the winner of Lustre (13-5) and Frazer's (7-11) game which is set to take place on Wednesday at... Full story

  • Frazer Boys Lose to Circle

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Frazer boys basketball team fell 74-32 to Circle Feb. 9 in their final regular season game of the year. Frazer v. Circle 1st Quarter F 10 C 13 2nd Quarter F 14 C 43 3rd Quarter F 25 C 66 4th Quarter F 32 C 32 Scoring: Ty Fourstar and Travis Long, 8; Gabe Beston, 6; Joseph Beston, 4; Zayden Hentges and Christoper Fox, 3. The Bearcubs open the District 3C Tournament with a Wednesday, Feb. 14, game against the Lustre Lions at 4:30 p.m. in Glasgow....

  • Frazer Girls Fall in Last Regular Season Game

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Frazer girls basketball team dropped their final regular season game to Circle Feb. 9 by a 59-29 margin. Frazer v. Circle 1st Quarter F 8 C 10 2nd Quarter F 20 C 21 3rd Quarter F 27 C 39 4th Quarter F 29 C 59 Scoring: Angeline White, 12; Baily Beston, 6; Shakira Beston, 5; Maci Fourstar-Sibley, 4; Kassidy Hentges, 2. The Bearcubs start the District 3C Tournament against the Lustre Lions at noon Wednesday, Feb. 14, in Glasgow....

  • Nashua Girls Close Out Season With Two Losses

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Nashua girls basketball team fell in both of their final regular season games this past weekend. The Porcupines lost 66-25 to Scobey Feb. 9 and 67-6 to North Country the following night. Nashua v. Scobey 1st Quarter N 7 S 18 2nd Quarter N 10 S 31 3rd Quarter N 16 S 55 4th Quarter N 25 S 66 Scoring: Dyllan Bergstrom, 12; Katey Dykstra, 9; Gracyn Sibley, 4. Nashua v. North Country 1st Quarter N 0 NC 28 2nd Quarter N 2 NC 44 3rd Quarter N 2 NC 56 4th Quarter N 6 NC 67 Scoring: Bergstrom, Dykstra and Sibley, 2. Nashua plays Scobey in the...

  • NC Boys Head to Postseason

    PCN Pierre Bibbs, For the Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The North Country Mavericks (7-11) are hoping to be one of the four District 3C teams to punch their ticket to the Eastern C Divisional starting on Wednesday, Feb. 28, in Glasgow. To do so, the team will compete in the 2024 District 3C Tournament set to start in Glasgow on Wednesday, Feb. 14. The Mavericks start their 3C tourney outing against the (6-12) Nashua Porcupines who they defeated 45-36 in their regular season finale in Nashua on Feb. 10. If North Country can defeat Nashua, they will be...

  • Lustre Girls Split Final Regular Season Games

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    Lustre's girls basketball team split their games in the final weekend of the regular season, falling 61-24 Feb. 9 to the North Country Mavericks before recovering to take a 41-40 win over Scobey the following night. Lustre v. North Country 1st Quarter L 4 N 25 2nd Quarter L 11 NC 42 3rd Quarter L 12 NC 54 4th Quarter L 24 NC 61 Scoring: Alexa Reddig and Aubri Holzrichter, 8; Kencia Brown and Grace Brown, 4. Lustre v. Scobey 1st Quarter L 12 S 9 2nd Quarter L 21 S 21 3rd Quarter L 33 S 33 4th...

  • Nashua Boys Lose Two Final Regular Season Games

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 14, 2024

    The Nashua boys basketball team lost 83-31 to Scobey Feb. 9 and 45-36 to North Country the following night. Nashua v. Scobey 1st Quarter N 7 S 18 2nd Quarter N 15 S 47 3rd Quarter N 22 S 69 4th Quarter N 31 S 83 Scoring: Grady Nielsen, 13; Damon Adkins, 11; Caden Laumeyer, 4; John Grimes, 2; Jackson Abern, 1. Nashua v. North Country 1st Quarter N 9 NC 12 2nd Quarter N 14 NC 26 3rd Quarter N 28 NC 41 4th Quarter N 36 NC 45 Scoring: Nielsen, 19; Abern, 7; Laumeyer, 5; Adkins and Noah Leckie, 2; Bubba Pugh, 1. The Porcupines open the District 3C...

  • Scottie Wrestling Sending Nine to State

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 7, 2024

    The Glasgow Scoties are sending nine wrestlers to the State tournament this weekend after the boys placed third and the girls ninth at the MHSA B/C Eastern Divisional Tournament in Wolf Point. The Scottie boys scored 131 team points while the girls put up 49 team points. Makiya Plummer, Cody Kuka, Tyler King, Khye Gamas, William Kirkland, James Landles and Michael King will represent the Scottie boys in Billings while Madison Lamb and Riley Clampitt will compete at the final meet for the Glasgow...

  • MHSA Boys B/C Eastern Divisional

    Feb 7, 2024

    103 - Makiya Plummer’s place is 2nd and has scored 24.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 29-15 won by fall over Landon Macioroski (Forsyth) 15-22 (Fall 3:03) Quarterfinal - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 29-15 won by fall over Logan Turner (Roundup) 11-11 (Fall 2:48) Semifinal - Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 29-15 won by fall over Anson Taylor (Circle) 12-5 (Fall 1:40) 1st Place Match - Ethan Reynolds (Huntley Project (Worden)) 34-8 won by major decision over Makiya Plummer (Glasgow) 29-15 (MD 14-3) 113 - Cody Kuka’s place is...

  • MHSA Girls B/C Eastern Divisional

    Feb 7, 2024

    120 - Avery Pedersen’s place is unknown and has scored 0.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 received a bye () (Bye) Quarterfinal - Kylie Schwartz (Baker) 33-4 won by fall over Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 (Fall 1:55) Cons. Round 2 - Cierra Norton (Circle) 14-21 won by fall over Avery Pedersen (Glasgow) 16-25 (Fall 1:19) 126 - Chloe Lamb’s place is 6th and has scored 9.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Leah Lepinnet (Big Sandy) 8-19 won by fall over Chloe Lamb (Glasgow) 4-6 (Fall 2:21) Cons. Round 1 - Chloe Lamb...

  • North Country Girls Win, Boys Fall to Scobey

    PCN Pierre Bibbs, For the Courier|Feb 7, 2024

    The North Country Mavericks and Lady Mavericks went to Scobey on Saturday, and took on their Spartan counterparts on Feb. 3. It was their second meeting of the 2023-24 season. The Lady Mavericks were able to defeat the Lady Spartans 47-23, and extended their win-streak to 44 games. The Mavericks fell 71-36 to the Spartans. In the Lady Mavericks’ win, North Country was led by Paige Wasson, who had 15 points, five steals, and three rebounds. Teagan Erickson had an 11 point, 12 rebound double-double. Kendall Scheffelmear had eight points, six...

  • Frazer Boys Notch First Win

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 7, 2024

    The Frazer boys basketball team suffered two losses last week before notching their first win of the season. The Bearcubs fell 87-51 to Circle Jan. 31, and 82-32 to Scobey Feb. 2, before defeating Dodson 75-69 Feb. 3. Frazer v. Circle 1st Quarter F 9 C 16 2nd Quarter F 25 C 32 3rd Quarter F 46 C 57 4th Quarter F 51 C 87 Scoring: Joseph Beston, 20; Gabriel Beston, 12; Ty Fourstar, 8; Zayden Hentges, 6; Jarvis Goodbird, 5. Frazer v. Scobey 1st Quarter F 3 S 33 2nd Quarter F 17 S 53 3rd Quarter F...

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