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Dogs fall to Stangs

On Friday November 17, the Ekalaka junior high boys basketball team traveled to Miles City to play at Sacred Heart in a tournament. The boys competed against the Jordan Mustangs in their only game. In the first quarter, Ekalaka struggled to get any...

 

Ekalaka junior high places 2nd at year-end tourney

For the past five years, the Ekalaka junior high girls have been in every championship game at the year-end-tournament held in Miles City, winning three of them. This year was no exception. The first...

 

CCHS finished undefeated season 64 years ago

On November 14, 1953, CCHS football won the Eastern Montana C Football Championship, completing the team's only undefeated season. That year, there was no six-man state championship. The game was...

 

2C All-Conference Volleyball

Three Lady Bulldog volleyball players made the all-conference team this year. The top two vote getters in the conference also automatically received all-state honors. Tori Tooke, Claire Callahan, and...

 

Junior high girls basketball scores

On Friday November 10, the Ekalaka junior high girls traveled to Broadus for basketball games. Scores were as follows. Ekalaka (B): 2, 12, 2, 8 - 24 Broadus (B): 4, 3, 10, 6 - 23 Ekalaka (B): B. Loehding – 8, T. O’Connor – 8, K. Kittelmann –...

 

CCHS netters finish season at Eastern C Divisional

The CCHS Bulldogs finished their 2017 volleyball season at the Eastern C Divisional Tournament in Sidney last weekend. In their first game of the tournament, Lady Blue lost three consecutive sets to...

 

Junior high basketball scores

Junior high boys October, 20. Ekalaka (B) @ Jordan (B); Q1: 0, Q2: 0, Q3: 2, Final Score: 2-24. Ryker Carroll: 2. Ekalaka (A) @ Jordan (A); Q1: 6, Q2: 13, Q3: 16, Q4: 4, Final Score: 19-30. Sean Wolenetz: 6, Tucker Tooke: 7, J.W. Elmore: 5, Jaden...

 

Dogs finish season with two wins

CCHS men finished their football season on a high note last Thursday afternoon when they defeated Froid-Medicine Lake by a wide margin. The win was the second win for Blue in five days, giving them a...

 

Bulldogs head into district tournament as number two seed

The Carter County Bulldogs lady volleyball team will head to this weekend's district tournament at the number two seed. The girls hadn't lost a conference game to any opponent except for rival Wibaux...

 

CCHS defeats NCTS

On Friday October 13, CCHS volleyball played Northern Cheyenne at home. The Bulldogs managed to start off strong, taking the first set, 25-9. In the second set, head coach Michelle Tooke got some...

 
 By Cam LaBree    Sports    October 20, 2017

Junior high volleyball season ends

The Junior High Volleyball played Broadus on September 29. The B Team won the match. 25-21, 18-25, 15-10. Kendall Kittelmann was the top server for the match. The A Team played well and won the match. 25-11, 25-9, 16-14. The top servers were Katy...

 

Dogs down Comets

CCHS won their first football game of the season last Saturday in Alexander, ND. It was the Comets homecoming game, CCHS spoiled it. CCHS scored early and often. Early in the second quarter they secured a running clock. At that time, the...

 

Young Bulldogs take the court

Carter County Bulldogs have been busy recently with junior high basketball starting last Monday. Games have already taken place in Ekalaka and Terry. On October 12, the boys and girls played Wibaux...

 

Home team wins Willa Nies Memorial

On Friday, October 6, the CCHS Lady Bulldogs traveled to Wibaux to play against the lady Longhorns. The last time the Bulldogs played the Longhorns resulted in their only conference loss of the...

 

Dogs drop conference game

The Bulldogs showed improvement on Friday night during their last home game of the season versus the Jordan Mustangs. Early on, blue shut down Jordan's run game, forcing them to throw the ball for...

 

Jr. high volleyball continues busy season

On September 1st junior high volleyball traveled to Broadus for the first games of the season. The B team consisting of 5th and 6th grade girls had their first game jitters and lost 18-25, 12-25, 7-15. The A team consisting of 7th and 8th graders...

 

CCHS netters continue winning ways

CCHS lady volleyball continued their win streak last weekend. On Friday September 29, the girls played against Broadus and proceeded to play Circle the following day. This weekend on October 6, the...

 

Dogs suffer loss

On Saturday, the Bulldogs traveled to Wibaux. The boys played a good first half and struggled in the second. CCHS effectively stuffed Wibaux's run game, but could not shut down the pass. Blue had a...

 

Blue over black

CCHS lady volleyball continued their win streak last Saturday at home when they took on the Jordan Mustangs. Excluding tournament play on August 26 and September 9, the girls are 5-1 on the season,...

 

CCHS falls to Westby-Grenora

It was tough sledding for the Bulldogs during their homecoming game against Westby-Grenora last Friday night at Rowley Field. The Thunder, who are the number one ranked team in the state, primarily...

 

CCHS wins weekend matches against Jordan and Terry

Last Friday CCHS Volleyball traveled to Jordan to take on the Garfield County Mustangs. The girls handily won the match in three sets, Claire Callahan led the team in kills and blocks, teammate...

 

Terriers shut out Dogs

CCHS Football continued their schedule of tough conference opponents on Saturday night at home when they took on the Terriers. Terry is undefeated on the season and ranked as a top ten Montana six-man team. It was a perfect night for football as...

 

Netters travel to Wibaux

CCHS netters headed to Wibaux for JV and varsity matched on Thursday. They traveled to Wibaux again on Saturday for a tournament. In the first JV set, the girls struggled, managing only nine points. T...

 

CCHS battles heat, Bainville

The Carter County High School Bulldogs traveled to Bainville for a six-man football game last Saturday. Blue jumped out to an early lead and made a few good stops on defense. Caleb Fix scored three times in the first quarter on runs of 8, 43, and 34...

 

Dogs show much improved defense

Last Friday night at Rowely Field, CCHS football took on Savage. The Bulldogs played a strong game on the defensive side of the ball, holding Savage to 13 points in the first half. In the second quarter, freshman quarterback Jared Pardee threw a 22...

 

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