The Sheridan Panthers rolled into Deer Lodge with a light roster with six players missing due to injury and other issues. With a pieced together roster they played a very solid game coming out with a 42-0 win on the road. The Panthers were in control from the opening kickoff and had were up 14-0 after the first quarter.
Ennis Boys, 5,000 meter Eli Beardsely: 19:45.18 • Wylie Connor: 20:22.36
Harrison Boys, 5,000 meter Kaden Armstrong: 21:54.86 Declan McBurney: 21:55.00
Twin Bridges Girls, 5,000 meter Allie Dale: 22:43.29
The Panthers rolled into Simms with high hopes to get their season started with a win in Simms over the Tigers. They were met with serious opposition and the young team from Sheridan just couldn’t get themselves started and made numerous errors on the offensive side of the ball to start the game.
Three marathon wins, in just one week’s time. This is something that would be difficult for most people. In fact, winning one marathon would be difficult for most people. Caleb Huger is not one of those people.
Yellowstone Adventure Series kicked off for the 15 year on Thursday, July 7 with the Madison Triathlon. The series includes seven rigorous races throughout Madison County.
There were two outs and the bases were loaded. The game was in the bottom of the seventh and Ennis was out of pitching options for the next inning. That’s when Miles Gilbert stepped up to the plate and ripped a line drive into left field to win it for Ennis.
The Twin Bridges Falcons had a great Divisional Track meet over the weekend in Frenchtown. The girls team placed 3rd overall. Results from athletic.net are below:
Chase Fitzpatrick: 100 m, 11.68, 3rd
200 m, 23.55 PR, 3rd
Javelin, 140’ 1”, 5th
Long jump, 19’ 2.25”, 7th
Mustang Track and Field traveled to the Harlo/Park City Invite in Laurel Montana on April 30, 2022. It was a gorgeous day and athletes were primed to compete. By the end of the meet every Mustang posted a season or personal best. Furthermore, two Mustang High School Track and Field records were broken. Both records broken were in the jumps.