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Terriers finish regular season with two wins

Coach Sheryl Morast

        The Terriers ended the last weekend of the regular season on a high note by defeating the Wibaux Longhorns on Friday and the Rosebud Wranglers on Saturday.  

The Longhorns came to town as the number one team in the conference with an 11-0 record. The Terriers were able to hand the Longhorns their one and only loss during regular season play.   
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Terriers fall to Westby-Grenora

  The Terriers faced off against the Westby-Grenora Friday night at Grenora in their final regular season game. Falling to Westby-Grenora, the final score was 77-14

 
The following  is a breakdown of the game: 
 
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Terriers slam in two more wins


Senior Lexie Schlosser prepares to hit the ball over the net as teammates Alyssa Morast, Halle Keltner and Vadnae Greenfield watch.              
Tribune Photo Logan Braddock

Coach Sheryl Morast 

 
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JV’s 55-34 victory over Fusion attributed to defense and passing

  The Terrier Junior Varsity traveled to Lambert on Tuesday afternoon, October 8, to play the Richey/Lambert Fusion. From the opening drive the Terriers established their passing game, driving 51 yards for the score.  The Terriers never trailed in the game and ended with a 55 to 34 victory.

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Destination: State cross country

  Terry’s cross country team will be participating in the 50th annual MHSA All-Class Cross Country Championship on Saturday, October 26 at the University of Montana’s golf course in Missoula. Class C girls will be running at 2:30 p.m.

“Our girls are ready,” head coach Leann Lantis stated in an email to the Tribune. “We are all healthy, injury free, and running the best we have all year.”
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Terriers fall to Mustangs 27-30

Coach Greg Mendenhall

  The Terriers played in Jordan against the Mustangs Friday night in Jordan.  Leading most of the game didn’t help the Terriers as the Mustangs pulled ahead in the fourth to win 27 to 30. This was a hard fought game that helped our young team develop. 

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Jr high gridders finish season undefeated

  The Terry junior high football team finished an undefeated season Monday evening as they beat the Jordan Mustangs 44-12. 

The young Terriers’ defense was especially tough in the first half when Terry went to the break with a 31-0 lead. 
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Terriers fare well at Rosebud Invite


Senior Lexi Schlosser sets the ball as teammates Mikayla Ridenhower and Caty Morrison look on.         
Tribune Photo Logan Braddock

 By Coach Sheryl Morast

        The Terrier volleyball team headed to Rosebud on Saturday for an Invitational Tournament that included most of the teams in the 2C conference.   

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Terriers tout 4-1 season record with win over Ekalaka


Jordan Lassle runs with the ball.    
Photo Courtesy Kristy Shannon

By Greg Mendenhall

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Jr high gridders hand Bulldogs 51-15 defeat

By Coach Allen Gierke

        The Terry junior high football team continued their undefeated season with a 51-15 win over the Ekalaka Bulldogs. 

The boys got their first experience of playing in the snow and cold and the proved they were up to the task.
Shad Mack, Wyatt Wells and Aaron Morast scored offensive touchdowns and Wells had an interception return for a touchdown.
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