Terry varsity boys’ final three games of the regular season ended with two losses and one win.
Wrapping up their regular season, the Lady Terriers finished the week with two wins but fell short earlier Tuesday at N. Cheyenne. It is only their second loss of the season, putting Terry in the top seed for the District 4-C tournament to be held at the Custer County District High School gymnasium in Miles City, Feb. 17 - 20.
The Terry boys’ varsity team enjoyed a Saturday evening win against the Ekalaka Bulldogs, but Friday’s match-up against the Hysham Pirates proved to be not as favorable for the home town team. The varsity boys ended Friday with a 63-45 loss to the Pirates, while Saturday’s game ended with a Terry win of 51-36.
Glendive’s Red Devil wrestling team stopped Sidney’s 7-year-run on the Eastern A Divisional Title, Saturday, Feb. 6, taking first place and placing 14 of the team’s 18 wrestlers in the top four. Two of those 14 are Terry wrestlers that co-op with Glendive - Layne Lantis and Tyler Forcella.
High school wrestlers Tyler Forcella and Layne Lantis have qualified to compete in the upcoming divisional tournament. Forcella is ranked fourth in the 98-pound division, while Lantis is ranked third in the 125-pound division. Lantis has a 26-12 record while Forcella has a 19-12 season record.
By Logan Braddock
It was a good week for the Lady Terriers as they played in two away games and one home game - winning all three.
The Lady Terriers were not ready for the heat the Custer Cougars would bring to their home court, resulting in the first loss of the season for the Terry team.
The Terry boys’ varsity basketball team finished another game-filled weekend. On Friday the team traveled to Ekalaka to face off against the Bulldogs, where the Terriers lost 27-54. On Saturday, the boys’ played at home, winning 51-43 against the Jordan Mustangs.
By Carly Stickel
The Lady Terriers played a tough battle against the Plevna Cougars Saturday, Jan. 2, coming away with a win - something that has not happened in the last couple years.
By Carly Stickel