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Alzada resident to compete in International Finals Youth Rodeo

(SHAWNEE, Okla.) − Tanner McInerney of Alzada, Montana, is competing in the 26th Annual International Finals Youth Rodeo July 8-13 at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Oklahoma....

 

Youth summer series rodeos

The Ekalaka Summer Series children's rodeos concluded Monday night with barrel racing, pole bending and ribbon racing. The series is an excellent way for young riders to gain confidence going into...

 

2018 Summit Basketball Camp awards

The 5th Annual Summit Basketball Camp, named after the legendary women's college basketball coach Pat Summit, was held last week in Ekalaka. This year over 130 campers participated. Organizers are...

 

2018 Summit Basketball Camp

Two dozen basketballs and over 50 pairs of feet drummed a stampede in Carter County High School's gymnasium Monday afternoon during Summit Basketball Camp. Coach Kayla Olsen froze the chaos of neon...

 

McInerney wins Wyoming State High School Rodeo All-Around Title

Denver - Tanner McInerney has won the Wyoming State High School Rodeo All-Around Title. The win qualifies him for the National High School Finals Rodeo held in Rock Springs, Wyoming, July 15-21. The H...

 

Bonsell, Kittelmann compete at state track

Sophomore Wyatt Kittelmann and senior Kyleigh Bonsell both excelled in track this year and advanced to the state track and field meet in Great Falls last weekend. Kittelmann participated in the 110 meter hurdles and Bonsell in the 300 meter hurdles....

 

All CCHS tracksters to compete at divisional meet

DISTRICT 4C MEET Thursday, May 10 - Baker High School Track Mens 100 Meters 5) Caleb Fix, 12.69 7) Max Larson, 12.81 200 Meters 4) Caleb Fix, 25.05 6) Max Larson, 25.65 8) David Ashbrook, 27.44 400 Meters 2) Caleb Fix, 56.07 1600 Meters 4) David...

 

Tracksters compete in Miles City

John Polich Invitational Saturday, May 5 - Miles City Community Track Mens 100 Meters 30) Max Larson, 12.24 53) Mick O'Connor, 13.59 200 Meters 25) Max Larson, 25.22 400 Meters 32) Mick O'Connor,...

 

Ekalaka Public Schools honor student athletes

On April 26, Ekalaka Public Schools honored all student athletes from grades 5-12 for the 2017-2018 sports seasons at a program held in the CCHS Tuggle room. Junior high volleyball players receiving...

 

CCHS competes at Elks Invitational

Glendive Elks Invitational Saturday, April 28 Mens 100 Meters 21) Caleb Fix, 12.56 22) Max Larson, 12.57 42) David Ashbrook, 13.25 46) Mick O’Connor, 13.68 200 Meters 17) Caleb Fix, 25.54 19) Max Larson, 25.78 34) David Ashbrook, 27.97 35) Mick O...

 

JH track results

The local junior high track team has competed in three meets so far this season. Following are results for the twelve participating student athletes. COLSTRIP MEET Boys Ethan Frye 100m Hurdles, 20.09 Long Jump, 10-7 200m Hurdles, 37.2 100m, 15.6...

 

CCHS track and field results

Although spring has barely sprung, CCHS tracksters have been able to compete in four meets so far this season. On Tuesday, April 10, they competed in a quad meet in Baker. Monday, April 16 they participated in the Wibaux Invitational, last Saturday,...

 

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,...

 

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