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Glasgow Beats Cut Bank 44-7

Glasgow made their third road trip of the season and brought home another win this past Friday, Sept. 18. The Scotties defeated the Cut Bank Wolves 44-7, improving their record to 4-0 overall and 2-0...

 

Class C Volleyball

Nashua vs. MonDak Sept. 17 MonDak 3 Nashua 1 Nashua 23 13 25 18 MonDak 25 25 18 25 Nashua Team Totals: Kills 14 – Leaders: Devin Fromdahl and Tia Dees with five each Blocks 2 – Leader: Tia Dees Ac...

 

Scottie Runners Sweep Firsts at Home Meet

With just over 100 total runners—after some COVID-related cancellations—the Scotties hosted a home cross country meet that left them happy and out of breath. The Scotties swept gold with both the Varsity boys’ and girls’ performances on...

 

Lady Scotties Lose Two On Road Before Bringing Home Win

The Lady Scotties had a busy week this past week after having an unexpected lull in game play the week before as the Wolf Point Wolves rescheduled their match-up, which was originally scheduled for...

 

Scotties Overcome Spartans and Penalties

The Glasgow Scottie football team traveled to Baker this past Friday night for a showdown on the Spartans' turf. The difference between the two teams was stark, both in terms of players and style. Gla...

 

Both Scottie XC Teams Take Fourth in Havre

The Glasgow Scottie Cross Country teams traveled to Havre on Sept. 12 to compete against a variety of northern Montana schools in various classes. The Scotties held their own during both the girls and boys competitions claiming fourth place for both...

 

Scotties Take A Bite Out Of Cowboys

Uncertainty still hangs over the sports season this year due to the novel coronavirus with coaches and staff doing all they can to provide a safe and fun season for their players. The Glasgow Scotties...

 

Scottie Boys and Girls Claim First in Poplar

Both teams of Glasgow Scottie Harriers picked up the number one spot at the Poplar Invitational on Sept. 5. The wins were made possible by the fact that the top five runners for the boys all placed...

 

Kayak With Mussels Stopped In Nashua

Montana’s watercraft inspectors intercepted the 27th mussel-fouled vessel for the year. On Aug. 29, vacationers traveling from Michigan to Glacier National Park with a kayak strapped on their van stopped at the Nashua inspection station where...

 

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions On FWP Properties In Blaine County

In response to dry, warm weather that could increase the danger of human-caused wildfires, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks fishing access sites and wildlife management areas will be under Stage 1 Fire Restrictions in Blaine County beginning at 12:01 a...

 

Scotties Roll Over Mustangs

The Glasgow Scotties traveled over four hours for their first game of the 2020 football season. After the long ride in temperatures well over 90 degrees, one might have expected the team to feel a...

 

Scottie Cross Country Debuts in Sidney

The Glasgow Scottie Cross Country teams opened up their regular season in Sidney on Aug. 29. The girls ended their meet in fourth place behind all Class A schools-Laurel, Custer County and Fergus....

 

Lady Scotties Split In Weekend Opener

The Lady Scotties started off their season on the road, traveling to Fairfield on Aug. 28 and Shelby on Aug. 29. After leading the first two games against Fairfield, the Scotties would take home the loss after five matches however would bounce back...

 

Adapting To Change: Scottie Volleyball Kicks Off Unusual Season

Last season, the Scottie volleyball team saw much success. They ended their season with an impressive 18-3 record, punched their ticket to State, the first time in nine years, were crowned District...

 

Scotties Ready To Go

The Glasgow Scottie football team kicked off their season Aug. 22 at Scottie Field with the traditional Red and White game, pitting teammates against each other. Playing before an empty stadium, but...

 

Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble

The sun shone on another successful Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble on Aug. 8. The annual Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture event brought out dedicated golfers eager to tak...

 

Fall Sports Parent Meetings And Practice Schedule

High school sports practices begin on Friday, Aug. 14. Parent meetings will be held on Thursday, Aug. 13, and Monday, Aug. 17, and are mandatory. One parent of each athlete must attend in order for their child to participate this fall. Student athlet...

 

Reds End Season In Billings

The Glasgow Reds traveled to Billings for the Eastern A District American Legion Baseball Tournament, held July 30 through Aug 2. The Reds suffered defeats in the first two games, ending their bid...

 

Horsin' Around

"They're getting that rodeo action where they can." Announcer Myron Malnaa sounded pleased that not much can deter ranch diehards, who came out to compete and celebrate National Day of the Cowboy in...

 

Thunder Finish Off in Sidney

The Glasgow Kiwanis “Thunder” Swim Team rolled into Sidney this past weekend to finish off their altered season with a bang. Competing with nine other teams—Malta, Chinook, Harlem, Lewistown, Roundup, Sidney, Scobey, Glendive and...

 

Mow 'Em Short

The eleventh annual Mow ‘Em Short golf tournament was held July 25 at Sunnyside Golf and Country Club. A record 32 teams signed up to compete in this year’s event, filling up the available slots a mere days before the tourney. A mix of locals...

 

After A Few Tough Games, Reds Secure Wins Against WP

The Glasgow Reds hosted the Havre Northstars on July 15 after traveling to Havre earlier this month to play what was expected to be a doubleheader game however turned into a one nine inning game due...

 

Women Bring Home The Fish

Saturday was all about the Ws: women, walleye, winning and wind. The Glasgow/Fort Peck Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited held their annual Women's Walleye Tournament on July 18 sending boat captains and...

 

Par 3 Shootout

“It was a great turnout,” Andy Newton said about Sunnyside Par 3 Tournament, “especially for a windy Saturday.” Twenty-four two-person teams showed up on July 18 for the chance to claim bragging rights. At the end of the 27 holes, Jake...

 

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