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Junior high basketball scores

BOYS November 8 Ekalaka A @ Wibaux A Ekalaka A 16 21 33 53 Wibaux A 6 12 21 27 Ekalaka A: Tucker Tooke 17, Sean Wolenetz 7, Tucker DeFord 6, JW Elmore 6, Jaden Pardee 5, Preston Jensen 4, Wyatt Melton 4, Ethan Frye 4 November 9 Ekalaka B @ Melstone...

 

Junior high basketball scores

GIRLS October 26 Ekalaka B @ Plevna B Ekalaka B 9 16 23 36 Plevna B 4 8 18 25 Ekalaka B: Nasya O’Connor 27, Kendra Tooke 7, Jennifer Schmid 2 Ekalaka A @ Plevna A Ekalaka A 12 24 31 40 Plevna A 2 5 5 9 Ekalaka A: Tyra O’Connor 9, Nasya...

 

Dogs finish season at divisionals

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs finished their volleyball season in third place at the Eastern C Divisional Tournament in Sidney last weekend. First, the Dogs defeated North Country in three straight sets on Thursday morning, 25-9, 25-11 and 25-16. Tori...

 

2C All-Conference Volleyball

Four Lady Bulldog volleyball players made the all-conference team this year. Two of them also received all-state honors. A listing of this year's all-conference team can be found below. FIRST TEAM...

 

CCHS wins District 2C Volleyball Tournament

It took thirteen sets against conference rival Wibaux for CCHS Volleyball to take home first place at the District 2C Volleyball Tournament in Glendive last weekend. In their tourney opener, the...

 

CCHS volleyball wraps up regular season

The CCHS volleyball girls finished their season with two home matches last weekend, and continued their hot, recent play by winning both games in three sets. Against Circle on Friday, the Bulldogs...

 

Dogs ends season at Jordan

CCHS Bulldog football finished their season on Friday night in Jordan. The Dogs played a great first half on defense, holding the Mustangs to 8 points. They weren’t blocking well on offense, though, and had trouble moving the ball. They didn’t...

 

Full weekend for Pups

Last weekend the Ekalaka junior high girls won all four basketball games they played. On Friday in Jordan, Ekalaka B held Jordan B to six total points and a scoreless fourth quarter. Nasya O’Connor led all scorers with 17, 7 of those came in the se...

 

A successful senior night

CCHS senior football players Caleb Fix and Mason Lovec will remember their final home game as a win after the Bulldogs trounced the Center-Stanton Wildcats 54-22 last Friday at Rowley Field. CCHS...

 

Bulldogs win 12 straight sets

The CCHS Bulldogs continued their hot play by winning 12 sets in a row dating back to October 8. The closest set was in Buffalo, SD when they won 25-21. The team has tallied at least 30 kills in each of those last 4 matches and has had an impressive...

 

Pups start season with wins

Last weekend the Ekalaka junior high basketball season started. On October 12, the Pups took on Sacred heart at home. In the B squad game the girls won a tight contest 25-24. Kendra Tooke scored a game high nine points and went 1-4 at the charity str...

 

Tournament champions

On Saturday, Carter County High School hosted the Willa Nies Memorial Volleyball Tournament. Northern Cheyenne, Jordan, Custer/Hysham, Terry, Broadus, CCHS Varsity and CCHS JV all participated. CCHS...

 

Dawgs take on Longhorns

Last Friday, CCHS took on number one ranked Wibaux in a 6-man football game at Rowley Field. An emphasis for the Bulldog defense was to keep Tel Lunde, Wibaux's junior quarterback, from scrambling...

 

JV volleyball in Buffalo

On Monday, CCHS JV Volleyball played in Buffalo and lost in two sets, 18-25 and 21-25. Kenzie Tooke and Ella Rucker tied for the lead in aces with two each, Jaelee Strangford had 2 of 6 team kills,...

 

Junior high volleyball wraps up season

The 2018 Bulldog Jr. High Volleyball had a great season. There are 17 girls, fifth through eighth grade. Practice started the first day of school, and their last game was on October 1. They have...

 

CCHS downs Broadus in three sets

CCHS Volleyball defeated the Broadus Hawks in three straight sets on Saturday, 25-21, 25-18 and 25-15. As a team, the Bulldogs had 40 kills, 33 digs, 30 assists, 15 aces and 4 blocks. Tori Tooke led...

 

Dogs fail to complete comeback

The Bulldog defense couldn't get any stops in the first quarter at Savage last Friday night. Savage seemingly moved the ball at will and had a 32-6 heading into the second. CCHS was shorthanded due to...

 

CCHS volleyball enjoys successful homecoming

Last Friday, CCHS volleyball played JV and varsity matches against Jordan for homecoming. In the JV contest, CCHS battled but came up short, losing their first two sets, 23-25 and 20-25. In a third...

 

Lady Bulldogs win Scobey tourney

Carter County High School Varsity Volleyball won nine straight sets on September 8, securing first place at a volleyball tournament held in Scobey. To place in pool play, CCHS played one set to 25...

 

Dawgs fall to Fusion

Last year, CCHS kicked off their football season against the Richey/Lambert Fusion and lost 6-68. This year, Blue took on the Fusion in week two of the regular season. CCHS came out of the gates quickly as senior Caleb Fix ran the opening kickoff...

 

Netters have busy weekend

Last Thursday at home, CCHS Volleyball took on Broadus. The Bulldogs took down the Hawks in three quick sets (25-16, 25-11, 25-18) to win the match. Hannah LaBree led the team in aces. Tori Tooke led...

 

Pups take on Froid/Medicine Lake

The Ekalaka Junior High Pups kicked off football in Ekalaka last Friday afternoon when they took on Froid/Medicine Lake. The game was close and low scoring in the first half, 6-6. In the second half,...

 

Bulldogs start season strong

CCHS started this year's football season on the right foot with a strong win against the Froid/Medicine Lake Red Hawks last Friday. The Red Hawks came out in a tight formation and were stuffed...

 

Youth rodeo fun

A healthy group of youngsters tried their hand at the sport of rodeo last Saturday at Ekalaka Track and Arena's Youth Rodeo. Afterwards, parents and fans stuck around for a ranch rodeo. Top finishers...

 

Three CCHS athletes attend football camp

CCHS football players Mick O'Connor, Max Larson and Caleb Fix all participated at the Leaders, Legends and Legacies Football Camp in Belgrade, MT last week. The players took part in three days of...

 

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