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Glasgow Boys and Girls XC Claim Second in Poplar

The Glasgow Scottie Cross Country teams traveled to Poplar on Sept. 21 to compete at the Poplar Invitational Meet. The Scotties claimed both of the second place team slots with top performances out of Iris McKean, claiming third for the girls, and...

 

Lady Scotties Dominate Conference Play Games

In a fast paced, fast energy game on Sept. 12, the Lady Scotties crushed the Malta M-ettes in their first home game of the season, 25-15, 25-12, 25-6. As a team, the Lady Scotties achieved 21 kills,...

 

Rule of Three

The Glasgow Scotties played their first home game of the season on Friday the 13th. Despite the date, home team fans were treated to a super star night, rather than superstition. Under a sky...

 

Scottie Boys Take First in Glendive, Padden Takes First-Place Slot for Girls

The Glasgow Scotties' harriers returned from Glendive Sept. 13 with a first-place finish on the boys' varsity side but no score on the girls'. The boys put up seven varsity runners and had five place...

 

Starting Off On The Right Foot

"This will be a good year." If the season opener for the Glasgow Scottie football team is any indicator, those words from Assistant Coach Levi Sugg may prove to be an understatement. The boys in red...

 

Lady Scotties Crown Tournament Champs at Chinook

Coming off an impressive weekend at the Chouteau Invitational to start off the volleyball season the weekend before, the Lady Scotties took that momentum and ran with it during the Chinook...

 

Meet Cancellation Leads to Wet Race in Glasgow

After Malta cancelled their regular invitationals the day before the scheduled meet for Sept. 7, Glasgow High School decided to host an emergency meet at Sullivan Park for that same morning inviting...

 

Lady Scotties Place in Top Five at Choteau Invitational

The Glasgow Scottie varsity volleyball team traveled to Choteau this past weekend, Aug. 30 and 31, to participate in the Choteau Invitational, their first competition of the season. With only two...

 

Scottie X-Country Opens Up Season in Billings

The Scottie boys and girls cross country teams traveled to Billings for the Billings Invitational on Aug. 30. The meet marked the opening competition for the Scotties with the boys placing 16 overall for varsity and 14 overall for JV. The girls...

 

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

A group of superheros and their sidekicks swooped into Sunnyside on Sept. 1 to conquer the course in the Superhero golf tournament. For nine holes of scramble play, the young heroes and their adult...

 

Glasgow Middle School Harriers Open Season in Wolf Point

Glasgow's Middle School cross country team opened what they hope to be an eight-race season with a good showing against other Hi-Line and North Dakota schools Aug. 30 in Wolf Point. Team-wise, the...

 

Scottie Volleyball Hungry for State Hardware

After a little over a week's worth of practice, the Glasgow Scottie volleyball season is underway. The Scotties played their annual Red/White scrimmage game on Aug. 26 to start getting themselves...

 

Three New Victors Crowned at Sunnyside

There can be only one. Or two. Okay, three. There are three new victors at Sunnyside Golf & Country Club. After 36 holes of golf on Aug. 24 and 25, Sunnyside crowned several new club champions. Pr...

 

Cool Weather, Some Rain Challenges Triathletes

It was a dreary, overcast and misty day Aug. 17 as 43 triathletes of all ages and from all around the region gathered to test their mettle against three long-distance events. Participants were...

 

Red Sunny Cup – They Have a Trophy

"That was a good win for Glasgow." That rather understated summation of the Men's Ryder Cup Golf Tournament was offered by Ed Hopfauf. In fact, the tournament was dominated by the home team from begin...

 

Red Cup, Blue Cup Malta Claims Ryder Cup for First Time

Sooner or later, every dynasty falls. Such was the case Aug. 17, when the Glasgow Women's Golf Team traveled to Malta for the annual Ryder Cup Championship Tournament. After years of domination, the...

 

Strong and Getting Stronger

Last year the Scottie Wrestling Camp set a new record, they reached a total attendance of nearly 120 wrestlers. This year from Aug. 5 through 7, 2019, the camp drew numbers in that same arena coming...

 

Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble

The sun may have taken its time making an appearance Aug. 10 at Sunnyside Country Club, but that did not slow down the golfers who took to the fairway for the annual Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball...

 

Two Glasgow Wrestlers Make Their Presence Known On and Off The Mat

Glasgow Scotties Kyler Hallock and Mayson Phipps had the privilege and opportunity to compete in the world's largest and toughest offseason high school wrestling competition, the U.S. Marine Corps...

 

Fishin' and Remission

The 12th Annual Fishin' for the Cure Tournament was held Aug. 3, at Rock Creek Marina at Fort Peck. Randy Redfern hooked first-place for walleye, while Oddvar Idland snagged the Northern first-place...

 
 By Marc Kloker    Sports    August 14, 2019

Public Comment Sought on Tentative Fishing Regulations

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 will host two open houses to seek public comment on the proposed changes to the fishing regulations that will go into effect in 2020 and be in place through 2024. Meeting location and dates are: · Glasgow... Full story

 

Thunder Booms at State!

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team took a total of 25 athletes to Sidney this past weekend, Aug. 3 and 4, to compete in the 2019 State Meet. Swimming against Plentywood, Chester, Harlem, Roundup and Fort...

 

Salt, Sweat and Swagger

Northeast Montana Fair goers were treated to the usual – with a few notable selections – of food and entertainment at the Valley County Fairgrounds last week, but like every year nothing gets the...

 

FORE the Kids Awards Scholarships To Three GHS Grads

Twenty-three two-person teams took to the links on July 28, to raise funds for scholarships for Scottie golfers. Though the legendary northeast Montana wind was blowing, there were plenty of great...

 

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