A year ago, Ennis Booster Club reinstalled the tradition of giving out an Honorary “E” to a community member who we feel has been an exceptional supporter of our youth athletes. This fall, our Honorary “E” recipient is Vurnie Kay Barnett.
In a week-long, single elimination District tournament, players traveled from one gym to another to hash out who would get to represent District 12C at Divisionals. Manhattan Christian emerged as the District champion.
Here is a breakdown of the games courtesy MontanaSports.com:
The Ennis Mustangs started last week with a win against the Harrison Wildcats Oct. 12. But the Wildcats came back to win against the Sheridan Panthers Oct. 14.
Harrison’s volleyball team won a double-match in Lima Oct. 3.
Manhattan Christian slammed Ennis on the court Sept. 25. Their spikes dove with aggression into the gaps in the Mustangs’ formation. Somewhere in the third set, the Mustangs started filling the gap better. The hard spikes from the Eagles continued to be a struggle, but Ennis had redeeming moments.
Ennis volleyball girls defeated Sheridan in three sets Sept. 17.
The Sheridan Panthers volleyball team lost to White Sulphur Springs in five sets Sept. 11.
The Wildcats took over Panther territory on the volleyball court Sept. 4. Harrison defeated Sheridan in three sets.
Scoreless start: Ennis Mustangs Football