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Bulldogs receive all-conference honors

Four CCHS Bulldog basketball players made District 4-C all-conference teams this year. They were Heather LaBree, Hannah LaBree, Claire Callahan, and Mick O'Connor. Additionally, Heather LaBree was...

 

Lady Bulldogs finish season at state

In their first game at the state tournament, CCHS was down only four points heading into the fourth quarter. It was late in the quarter when Plentywood was finally able to get some separation. The Bul...

 

Straight to State

Last weekend, the CCHS Lady Bulldogs defeated Plenty Coups, Bridger, and Harlowton/Ryegate to secure the Montana Southern C Divisional Championship. This weekend, the team will travel to Butte for...

 

CCHS finishes season at district tourney

CCHS opened their play in the District 4C Tournament against Jordan on Wednesday. The Bulldogs got off to a bad start and were down 4 to 17 at the end of the first quarter. Though they showed bursts...

 

Lady Bulldogs advance to divisionals

As the number one seed at the District 4C Tournament, the Lady Bulldogs easily took down the Jordan mustangs in the first round. They outscored Jordan 24-4 in the first quarter. From then on, Head...

 

CCHS Lady Bulldogs win three conference games

CCHS Girls Basketball won three games last week and are currently in first place in the district. On Tuesday, the girls played Custer/Hysham at home, a game that was postponed earlier in the season. The girls had no problem as they took a 14 point le...

 

Boys defeat Custer/Hysham, NCTS

CCHS Boys Varsity narrowly pulled off the win against the Custer/Hysham Rebels last Tuesday. The game was pretty close throughout. Both teams had similar numbers in rebounds and turnovers. Shay Adler...

 

JV boys go 2-1

Last Tuesday the JV boys basketball team beat Custer/Hysham by 19 at home. CCHS only shot 3-12 on free throws, but won the turnover differential by 5. Turner Tooke finished the game in double digit points with 10. CCHS 13 17 - 30 Custer/Hysham 3 8 -...

 

Dogs lose at home

In a shortened half of basketball, the CCHS boys JV squad took down Jordan last Friday. Four out of five CCHS players scored in the contest. The team committed 16 turnovers and shot 4 of 6 on free...

 

Lady Bulldogs down Mustangs

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs had no problem taking down the Jordan Mustangs last Friday in Ekalaka. The girls had a 15 point lead by the end of the first quarter. The lead was 22 by the end of the game,...

 

Bulldog prospects

Spectators at the CCHS basketball games last Friday in Ekalaka got a little extra entertainment for their dollar as elementary students took the court during halftime of both varsity contests. At...

 

Lady Dawgs win another

A strong second quarter helped the Lady Bulldogs get the win over Melstone last Thursday in Ekalaka. They outscored Melstone by nine in the quarter, and eventually won by a total of 11. CCHS lost the...

 

Boys lose to Melstone

CCHS boys basketball had a couple tough outings against powerhouse Melstone last Thursday in Ekalaka. In a shortened half-game of JV basketball, the boys were down only five at the half. However, in...

 

CCHS basketball scores

Girls topple Baker Last Friday night in Baker, the Lady Bulldogs made it five wins in a row, defeating a Spartan team by 30 points. A month ago at home, the girls beat Baker by seven. It was a torrid...

 

CCHS basketball scores

GIRLS The CCHS Lady Bulldogs have won their last four contests, all against conference opponents. This Friday, the girls will play a non-conference game in Baker. Next weekend, they will play home games against Custer/Hysham, and Melstone. Following...

 

Girls drop weekend contests

The Lady Bulldogs played two games last weekend. On Friday at home, the girls played a close contest against the Class B Baker Spartans. CCHS was outscored by two in the first quarter and five in the second. They kept within striking distance, but...

 

Dogs open season

Last weekend, Carter County High School basketball teams traveled to Lavina to play in a tournament. In their first game of the tournament—and the season—the Bulldog men took on a more experienced Westby-Grenora team. Although CCHS had six...

 

Bulldog girls go 1-1 at tourney

The CCHS girls basketball team started their season last weekend at a tournament in Lavina. Against Winnett-Grass Range, the girls were down by one going into the half, 17-18. In the third quarter, a low shooting percentage from the field led to...

 

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 –...

 

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