By Kay Braddock
With a nice roundup of players and plenty of time to practice for the first game of the season, Terry High School basketball coaches are anticipating how their teams will zigzag their way through the 11 teams of the 4C conference.
Terry High School football players Talon Mack and Trevor Pisk have been selected to play on the red team of the 2012 Six-Man All Star game. They are among the 36 players that were selected to play in the annual red versus blue All-Star game. Coaches for the red team include head coach Scott Sparks of Denton and assistant coaches Rod Tweet of Geraldine/Highwood and Rick Adsit of Stanford Geyser.
Published Nov. 23, 2011
Three Terriers were named for the 2011 Eastern Division of the Six-Man All Conference team. They are: Seniors Talon Mack and Trevor Pisk and junior DJ Hubbert.
It’s nearing time to hit the court, so register early.
Thursday, October 27 at Glendive, District 2C
Weston Luedtke and Zack Huber in offensive action during Saturday’s first-round playoff game. Photo Courtesy Kirstin Mack
Terry High School football team traveled to Stanford Saturday to take on the Wolverines in a first round matchup.
DJ Hubbert scores a touchdown during Friday evening’s game in Ekalaka.
Photo Courtesy Kirstin Mack
The Terry High School football team finished regular season with a win, beating Ekalaka on the Bulldogs’ home turf, 32-21, Friday evening.
From Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
The Hysham check station was open Oct. 8, 9, 10 Saturday, Sunday and Monday the opening weekend of antelope and pheasant seasons. According to station personnel Saturday was very slow; Sunday was steady and close to average for an opening weekend. Monday was steady to start with but dropped off dramatically by mid-late afternoon.
Terrier gridders defeat Rosebud, ready for home action against Denton
The Terriers varsity football team hosted the Rosebud Wranglers, Saturday, Sept. 17. In a morning greeted with drizzling rain, Terrier fans and players were welcomed with clearer conditions by afternoon game time.
Saturday evening’s homecoming volleyball match against Hysham gave hometown players and fans plenty of tense moments, as the Terriers squeezed by with a 3-2 win over the Pirates.