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Scottie Girls Extend Season

The Glasgow Scottie girls started their post season with a 40-30 win over Wolf Point at the District 2B Tournament in Poplar on Feb. 25. That win set them up in the championship game, going against...

 

Scottie Wrestlers Determined to Repeat History

Glasgow may not have come out on top of the first ever Eastern B/C Super Divisional Wrestling Tournament this past weekend – that honor went to Huntley Project – but despite the disappointment,...

 

19U Ice Dawgs Place Fifth at State

The 19U Ice Dawgs season may not have ended exactly as they had wanted, but it did end with a shutout win. Glasgow beat the Havre Ice Hawks 1-0 in an early morning game to take fifth place at the...

 

HS Ice Dawgs Close Out Regular Season

The final weekend of the regular season for the high school Glasgow Ice Dawgs came with a good news/bad news split. The good news: both Glasgow goalies notched a win. The bad news? The wins came as...

 

Glasgow Squirts Place Fifth at State

GWENDOLYNE HONRUD THE COURIER The Glasgow Ice Dawgs’s Squirts traveled to Miles City this past weekend for their state tournament. The team lost their first two games but came back to beat the Havre Ice Hawks 5-1 to end the season with a win....

 

Scottie Girls Beat Wolves and Eagles

The Glasgow Scottie girls basketball team finished the final week of the regular season with two wins and one loss. Glasgow will enter the District 2B tournament in the second seed, below the...

 

Scottie Boys in Senior Night Overtime Thriller

The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball team started off the final week of their regular season with a Tuesday night match up against the Dawson County Red Devils, dropping the game 46-30. The boys...

 

Glasgow Grapplers Finish on a High Note

The Glasgow Scotties' unusual wrestling season ended in a most usual way – strongly. "I feel like our guys are doing the right things right now," said coach Jory Casterline after his team finished...

 

Lady Mavs Take Top Spot in District 3C

The Lady Mavericks came out Champions of the District 3-C tournament with a 67-31 victory over the Scobey Spartans. The girls came out confident and mentally focused. They did a great job of...

 

Scobey/Opheim and North Country Claim Top Spots in District 3C

The Scobey/Opheim Spartans claimed the number one spot in the boys basketball District 3C tournament in Malta this past weekend, while the North Country Mavericks walked away the girls champions. The Spartans, North Country Mavericks and Dodson...

 

Glasgow Wrestling Puts on a Weekend Show

Coach Jory Casterline was pleased with his team's performance after the Scotties faced off against the Miles City Cowboys in a dual to cap off their penultimate week of the season. The Scotties had...

 

HS Ice Dawgs Cleaning Up Well

Playing at home in a rematch against the Bozeman Icedogs, the Glasgow Ice Dawgs continued to show discipline on the ice and a new control not reflected by the final scores. Saturday, the Dawgs lost...

 

Scottie Girls Roll Over Poplar and Harlem

Tyann Graham told the Courier the Scottie girls would need to play well to secure wins over Poplar and Harlem. The Glasgow girls basketball team did not fail to deliver this past weekend. At home on...

 

Scottie Boys Tight Games

The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball team faced off against the Poplar Indians and the Harlem Wildcats for the second time this season. Glasgow again won their game against Poplar, 59-56 this time,...

 

Grapplers Looking Forward to Tournament

The Scottie wrestling team has improvised, adapted and overcome this seasons, with all its COVID-related challenges. With only a few weeks left in the regular season, team members are keeping their...

 

Scottie Girls Split Weekend

The Glasgow Scottie girls notched a big win Thursday night, taking down the Scobey/Opheim Spartans at the Dog Pound in a tight game, 41-36. The following night, the team traveled to Saco to face the...

 

Scottie Boys Face Tough Weekend

The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball team came off two big wins against conference rivals against Malta and Wolf Point to face two non-conference foes this past weekend. In games against Scobey/Opheim...

 

Class C Basketball

Lustre returned to the hardwood this past weekend after a two-week break. Boys coach Randy Reddig said of his Lions, "The layoff definitely showed but looking forward to the final push to the...

 

HS Ice Dawgs Drop Two, Show Improvement

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs high school team may have dropped two games while in Bozeman over the weekend, but the team is improving in ways not reflected by the final scores. Though the team continues to...

 

Scottie Boys Beat Rivals on Both Sides of Glasgow

The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball turned in a pair of exciting games, and wins, last week. A fourth-quarter rally gave the Scotties a 12-point win over the Mustangs Thursday in Malta, followed by...

 

Scottie Girls Win and Lose

"Obviously we didn't play how we wanted against Malta," said Riley Noser, "but we just learned from it and bounced back against Wolf Point." The Glasgow girls basketball captain summed up her team's...

 

Class C Basketball

District 3-C basketball suffered a number of cancellations and postponements recently as a COVID-19 outbreak hit the hi-line. Dodson, Nashua, and Lustre did not have play last week. Scobey traveled to Frazer on Jan. 26, where they won in both girls...

 

Scotties Host Two Events This Weekend

The Glasgow Wrestling squad traveled to Glendive on Friday to hit the mats against the host team and the Sidney/Fairview JV squad before hosting a mixer on Saturday in the Dawg Pound. The Scotties...

 

H.S. Ice Dawgs Continue to Struggle

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs continue to struggle with their season, often playing with a number of players out of the line up. Having to constantly adjust and juggle the lines has played a role in the...

 

19U Ice Dawgs Caught in Red Wave

The 19U Ice Dawgs dropped to home games to the visiting Missoula RED Lady Bruins over the weekend at the Valley Event Center. Penalties cost the Dawgs, who gave up five goals while down a player to...

 

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