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Local racers win big

At the start of the 2020 Montana-Bump-N-Run season, organizers weren't even sure if there would be a season. Three local residents ended up having a lot of success over the course of the season,...

 

MHSA lays out guidelines for basketball

The Montana High School Association Executive Board held an online meeting on November 4 to discuss some of the different regulations, guidelines and formats for its upcoming winter athletic season. “Along with the National Federation of High...

 

Bulldogs fall to Panthers

The Carter County Bulldogs ended their football season in the first round of the playoffs at Park City last Saturday. Bulldog miscues on offense cost them in the first half. Twice receivers ran in...

 

Netters end season at district tourney

In first round action at the District 2C Volleyball Tournament in Glendive last weekend, CCHS defeated Terry in three sets, 25-22, 25-15 and 25-18. Ella Owen led CCHS with 3 of 9 aces, Codi Melton...

 

2020 8-Man State Football Playoffs

FIRST ROUND - October 31 St. Ignatius at Fort Benton, 1 p.m. Westby-Grenora at Joliet, 1 p.m. Belt at Drummond-Philipsburg, 1 p.m. (at Drummond) Ennis at Fairview, 1 p.m. CCHS at Park City, 1 p.m....

 

District 2C Volleyball Tournament

October 29 - October 31 Glendive, MT First Day Matchups CCHS (4) vs. Terry (5) - 8 a.m. Jordan (2) vs. Plevna (7) - 11 a.m. Broadus (3) vs. Wibaux (6) - 2 p.m. Circle (1) vs. winner of 8 a.m. match -...

 

Lady Bulldogs split matches

Last week, CCHS Volleyball beat Wibaux in three straight sets to pick up a win. The girls won 26-24, 25-19 and 25-14. As a team, they had 12 aces, 35 kills, 49 digs and 27 assists. Ella Owen led in aces with 4, Kari Kittelmann had 14 digs, Heidi...

 

Dogs secure playoff spot with win over Wildcats

Carter County High School defeated the Wildcats in Circle last Thursday to secure their spot in the Montana 8-Man football playoffs. The Bulldogs went fifty-two yards on 9 plays in the game’s opening drive for their first score. The score came on...

 

MHSA to delay winter sports

The Montana High School Association board voted on Tuesday to delay the start of winter sports in hopes of flattening the curve during the continued COVID-19 pandemic. The MHSA executive board approved the motion of winter sports practices in...

 

Dogs start slow, pull away in Plentywood

It took a while for the Bulldogs (4-2) to get going last Friday night in Plentywood (2-4), but when they did they were once again tough to stop, eventually pulling away for a 58-20 victory. Senior Jared Pardee, currently out with a broken arm,...

 

Netters drop matches to Broadus, Jordan

On October 8, CCHS dropped a volleyball match to Broadus in four sets, 18-25, 25-22, 17-25, 17-25. Both teams had an equal number of assists with 25. The Dogs had 7 aces compared to 15 for the Hawks, and 25 kills while the Hawks had 30. Heidi LaBree...

 

Junior high football celebrates 2020 season

The Carter County junior high football team ended a successful year on October 6 with one final practice in which they ran from the school parking lot to the top of "C Hill" to celebrate their...

 

Lady Bulldogs suffer loss to Spartans

CCHS Volleyball lost a match to the Baker Spartans in Baker last Saturday. The Bulldogs lost the first set 15-25, the second 8-25, and the fourth 18-25. They were able to win a tightly contested...

 

Dogs wallop Dogies

The Carter County Bulldogs marched the ball effectively on offense all night against the Forsyth Dogies at home on Rowley Field last Friday night. But, what was even more impressive was their defense...

 

Lady Bulldogs fall to Wildcats

CCHS Volleyball lost a match to Circle in three sets on Saturday at home (17-25, 12-25, 16-25). Codi Melton had two of the team's four aces and 1 block. Kenzie Tooke led in kills with 5 of 15 and had...

 

Dogs lose homecoming

The Carter County Bulldogs will look to get back on track this Friday at home versus the Forsyth Doggies after losing to Scobey on their homecoming last week, 22-56. The Bulldogs' record now stands...

 

CCHS netters defeat Wibaux

The Carter County Varsity Volleyball squad convincingly won their homecoming match in three sets versus the Wibaux Longhorns last Saturday. The girls won the first set 25-20, the second 27-25 and the...

 

Puptown Invitational Roping results

Twenty headers and twenty heelers battled at Ekalaka Track & Arena on Sunday in this year's Puptown Invitational Round Robin Roping. Results from the roping are posted below. 1st Place Header...

 

CCHS will play Scobey Friday

The Bulldogs threw the ball only three times and scored on every possession en route to a large 84-24 victory in Culbertson last Friday. Blue scored early and often, but struggles covering kickoffs an...

 

Dogs get two weekend wins over Plevna

Kari Kittelmann’s seven aces and Kenzie Tooke's eight kills helped spark CCHS Bulldog volleyball to a 25-12, 25-3, 25-14 sweep over the Plevna Cougars in Ekalaka last Friday. Heidi LaBree had all ten of the team’s assists. As a team, Blue had 20...

 

Bulldogs defeat Terriers, drop match to Mustangs

The Lady Bulldogs downed the Terriers in three straight sets to win their volleyball match in Terry last Friday. Blue won the first set 25-20, the second set 25-10 and the third 25-15. Ella Owen had...

 

Dogs down Hawks

CCHS marched down Rowley Field on the game's opening possession at home versus Broadus last Friday night, scoring on a 1-yard run from Jared Pardee. Ryan Rychner ran in the two-point conversion to giv... Full story

 

Netters fall to Broadus

The CCHS Bulldogs volleyball squad started their season at home last Saturday versus the Broadus Hawks. Broadus won the match in three sets, 18-25, 24-26 and 22-25. Codi Melton, Kenzie Tooke and...

 

Dogs start season

The Carter County Bulldogs played their first football game of the season in Fairview against the defending Montana 8-Man state champion Warriors last Friday night. On their opening possession, Blue...

 

Sports schedules subject to change

Shortly after last week’s paper was printed, several changes were made to the Carter County Bulldogs’ fall sports schedule. The football schedule was revamped after St. Labre, Lodge Grass and Lame Deer opted out and will not play football this...

 

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