A 1991 Ennis High School graduate has coached four Colorado boys high school basketball teams to state championships.
Student athletes are already back in action and prepping for spring sports. Track and field and golf athletes started practicing last week and are looking forward to successful seasons. Here’s a preview of what to expect this season on either the track, field or course!
Mountain One Volleyball club won the Electric City Tournament in Great Falls,
their first tournament of the club season, on March 18. They played a morning
round of pool play then competed in the Gold Bracket and took first place.
The Mountain One team includes three Lady Mustangs from Ennis:
Cick on the Photos link at the top of the page to see a huge photogallery from the 2018 state basketball tournament.
Students, teachers, parents and fans held a pep rally at Ennis School last Thursday to send off the Lady Mustangs to the state basketball tournament. The team ran a gaunntlet of adoring young fans and then posed for a team picture before boarding the bus to Butte. (G. Hamill photos)
Two Madison County teams took to the state basketball court last weekend in Butte. The Twin Bridges Lady Falcons found themselves with a fourth-place finish after the three-day, four game venture. The Ennis Mustangs nearly made it to the consolation game on Sat., March 10, but ultimately lost out to Froid-Medicine Lake.
The season is officially over but basketball honors keep rolling in. The 2017-2018 district 12C all-conference team selections and all-state selections are stacked with Madison County athletes.
Bryce Nye, 10, Twin Bridges
“I’ve always loved track and field and I’m just so excited to go,” said Ennis High School senior Krysta Saunders. Saunders has been selected to represent Montana on the 2018 Down Under Sports Program track and field team. She will fly to Queensland, Australia this July to compete for both individual and team honors.
HAMILTON – Both Twin Bridges Falcon teams and the Ennis Lady Mustangs were in Hamilton last weekend for the western C divisional tournament and a bid at the state tournament. The Lady Falcons came out on top, edging the Lady Mustangs out of the title game by two points, 37-35.