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2C Volleyball honors teams

All-Conference First team: Layni Schieffer, Wibaux; Heather LaBree, CCHS; Jadyn Traub, Broadus; Marni Schieffer, Wibaux; Alyssa McCulley, Terry; Hannah LaBree, CCHS; Ava Kreider, Jordan. Second team:...

 

Junior high basketball scores

BOYS November 14 Ekalaka vs. Jordan Ekalaka B 8 16 22 27 Jordan B 3 15 20 24 Ekalaka B: Owen Poppema 8, Chace Loehding 6, Kaleb Frye 5, Wyatt Melton 2, Rylan Carroll 2, James Enos 2, Brayden Bucholz 2 Ekalaka A 6 13 16 29 Jordan A 10 21 33 40...

 

Negaard to compete in Vegas

Katy Negaard recently entered the Inaugural All In Breakaway Roping scheduled for December 9 - 11 in Las Vegas. The roping is, in many ways, the first of its kind and the CCHS graduate is excited to...

 

CCHS Volleyball ends season at divisional tourney

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs took all three of their divisional tournament games to five sets in Sidney last weekend. Against North Country on Thursday, the Dogs won the first two sets 25-18 and 25-17....

 

Junior high basketball scores

GIRLS November 7 Ekalaka B 3 5 5 13 Terry B 4 8 24 34 Ekalaka B: Bella Jensen 10, Natalie Foxley 3 Ekalaka A 2 11 17 22 Terry A 1 7 17 23 Ekalaka A: Jennie Schmid 8, Brynn Loehding 5, Kendall...

 

Bulldogs' first season back in 8-Man ends at Great Falls

It had been a long road for CCHS Football since they last made the playoffs. That year was 2009; it also happened to be the last time the Bulldogs played 8-Man football. In 2009 a formidable team led...

 

Junior high basketball scores

BOYS November 1 Ekalaka B 7 11 19 19 Plevna B 3 7 11 17 Ekalaka B: Chace Loehding 8, Owen Poppema 7, Weston Strub 4 Ekalaka A 8 12 20 36 Plevna A 1 8 15 16 Ekalaka A: Chace Loehding 12, Wyatt Melton 8, Ethan Frye 6, James Enos 4, Owen Poppema 4,...

 

CCHS takes 2nd at District 2C Tournament

With only six teams in the District 2C Volleyball Tournament held last weekend in Glendive, first place Wibaux and second place CCHS both had first-round byes. In their first match, Ekalaka was...

 

Junior high basketball scores

GIRLS October 26 Ekalaka A vs. Wibaux A Ekalaka A 4 15 29 39 Wibaux A 4 17 19 25 Ekalaka A: Nasya O'Connor 11, Kendra Tooke 10, Kendall Kittelmann 9, Brynn Loehding 4, Jennie Schmid 3, Tegan Diede 2...

 

Netters fall to Wibaux, defeat Circle

Last Friday CCHS Volleyball played Wibaux at home for senior night. The Bulldogs had a large lead early on in the first set but Wibaux stormed back. Blue was able to hold off a late Longhorn charge...

 

Dogs defeat Wildcats

The Bulldogs didn't play their best football last Saturday, but it was still good enough for them to get the win over Circle and secure a spot in the Montana 8-man playoffs. In the first quarter, the...

 

Seniors shine on senior night

Carter County High outscored St. Labre 38-0 in the first half and went on to win 38-16 at home last Friday night in Ekalaka. The win improved the Bulldogs record to 4-1 in their conference and 5-2 ove...

 

Bulldogs sit atop 2C

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs had a busy few days, playing in the Willa Nies Memorial Tournament on Saturday and in non-conference games against Buffalo, South Dakota on Monday. CCHS coaches elected to...

 

CCHS defeats Hawks, Mustangs

Last Friday at home the CCHS varsity volleyball team defeated Broadus in three straight sets. The Dogs won the first set, 25 -19, the second 25-20 and the third 25-17. As a team, the girls had 10...

 

Dogs fall to Spartans

The Carter County Bulldogs lost a tough conference football game in Scobey last Saturday. Blue received the opening kickoff. On their second play from scrimmage, junior back Seth Kennedy was injured....

 

Dogs drop non-conference game at Park City

CCHS played in cool, wet conditions against the Panthers in Park City on Friday night. The Bulldogs received the opening kickoff and scored on their third play from scrimmage. The score came on a 40...

 

Netters defeat Terry, Broadus

Bulldog netters traveled to Terry last Friday and defeated the Terriers in four sets, 25-12, 25-17, 22-25 and 25-12. As a team they had 24 aces, 39 kills, 2 blocks, 45 digs and 37 assists. Ella Owen...

 

Dogs spoil Hawk homecoming

CCHS defeated Broadus on their homecoming for another conference win last Saturday, bringing their record to 4-0 on the season. On Broadus' first possession, senior Mick O'Connor sacked the...

 

CCHS Volleyball falls to Wibaux

CCHS Volleyball suffered a three-set loss in a match at Wibaux last Friday. Blue lost the first set 21-25, the second 20-25 and the third 11-25. CCHS had 3 aces, 20 kills, 1 block, 56 digs and 17...

 

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame announces 2019 inductions

Recently, the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center (MCHF & WHC) announced the 12th class of inductions into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. The inductees were chosen from a field of candidates nominated by the general public....

 

CCHS off to 3-0 start

CCHS took care of business against conference opponent Culbertson last Friday night at Rowley Field. Again, Blue's ability to run the ball offensively and stop the run defensively were paramount to...

 

Netters down Terry, play in Scobey tourney

Against the Terry Terriers last Friday night at home, the Bulldog volleyball team won a match in three sets, 25-19, 25-15 and 25-16. The team totaled 18 aces, 31 kills, 25 digs and 26 assists in the match. Whitney Kittelmann led the team in aces (7)...

 

Dogs defeat Cats on homecoming

The CCHS Bulldogs improved their record to 2-0 on the season with a win over Plentywood last Friday night at Rowley Field. The game was homecoming for the Bulldogs, and they did not disappoint their...

 

CCHS Volleyball improves to 2-0

CCHS Volleyball quickly defeated the Jordan Mustangs at home last weekend. Blue won the match in three sets, 25-23, 25-15 and 25-15. The team totaled 9 aces, 30 kills, 2 blocks, 37 digs and 26...

 

Dogs down Dogies in return to 8-man

The Bulldogs' return to eight-man football started with a win in Forsyth last Friday. There are sixteen players on the team this year, but only 13 were suited up for the contest. Throughout the game,...

 

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