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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...

 

Scotties Seize Win Against Conrad

The Glasgow Scotties hosted the 0-3 Conrad Cowboys Sept. 21, playing to a sizable hometown crowd. Those that left early missed the best part: a Scottie win in the last seconds of the contest. The game... Full story

 

The Story of Norm Thompson

Each year at the conclusion of the annual Homecoming football game in Glasgow, the Norm Thompson Award is presented to the most valuable Scottie player. The recipient is not just measured by his... Full story

 

Scrappy Scotties Sink Sidney

The GHS volleyball team was on the road twice last week with contests in Sidney, Sept. 18, and a two-day tournament in Dickinson, N.D., Sept. 21 and 22. After losing their first set in Sidney, the... Full story

 

XC Boys, Girls Second in Havre

The Scottie cross country squad traveled to Havre for their annual invitational on Sept. 22, which is held on the campus of MSU-Northern. There wasn't a whole lot of improvement of individual times... Full story

 

Scottie Harriers Sweep Culbertson Invitational

The Scotties had a command performance at the Culbertson Invitational held Sept. 15. Both of the boys' and girls' teams battled through the chilly weather to claim the top spot on the podium at the... Full story

 

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

 

Scotties Take Their Lumps From Fairfield

The Scotties were on the road Sept. 14 to face the the Fairfield Eagles, a perennial powerhouse in the Northern B. With a fairly short roster of players and the absence of a few solid players for the... Full story

 

Scottie Grinders Down Wildcats 50 - 6,

Glasgow 50, Harlem 6 The Glasgow Scotties defeated the Harlem Wildcats 50-6 in their first home game of the season Sept. 7, in a reversal from their season opener. Glasgow's head football coach Pat...

 

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...

 

Lustre Opens Volleyball Season in Culbertson

The Lustre Lady Lions were on the road for their first competition of the season Aug. 25, traveling to Culbertson for their invitational. The girls split their first six games with three wins and three losses, then fell to Bainville in tournament...

 

Lady Scotties Go 4-4-4 in Choteau

The Lady Scotties traveled to Choteau for their first competition of the season on Aug. 24 and 25. The squad divided the matches evenly with four wins, four losses and four splits. They also earned a...

 

Fort Peck Triathlon Makes a Splash

Anyone that has been paying attention to the weather in Northeast Montana recently understands how extreme it can become. With recent highs upwards of 110 degrees, contestants that entered the 2018...

 
 By Montana Cats    Sports    August 22, 2018

Flaten Goes Back to Back at Catfish Clash

The 8th Annual Missouri River Catfish Clash took place in Williston, N.D., Aug. 18, as 40 boats hit the water on a beautiful sunny day. The Clash never seems to disappoint in terms of the number of...

 

Golfers Brave the Sun and Heat for the Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble

Under clear skies, and with a temperature of 84 degrees, golfers took to the greens Saturday morning, Aug. 11, at Sunnyside Golf Course for the Colbrese Cup Chamber Red Ball Golf Scramble. The threat...

 

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