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.
The Ennis Mustangs traveled to Florence for two days of softball on April 22 and 23. The Varsity defeated Thompson Falls on Friday 16-0. The Mustangs scored 9 runs in the third inning. Megan Knack homered in the third & Addison Retherford led from the mound. Saturday, the Mustangs came up short against the Eureka Lady Lions.
Submitted by Jamie Lovett
1) What is your team most excited about this season? We are coming off a very successful season last year so it will be fun to see how this team builds on that.
Spring really is here. The days are getting longer, the sandhill cranes are back and athletes are out on the track, training to run faster, jump higher and longer and throw farther. Area coaches responded to a Q & A about their upcoming seasons.
Ennis Mustang track
Coached by Nick Burgess
The Lady Falcons traveled to Great Falls to play in the state tournament for the first time since 2017 on Thursday, March 10. The Girls Class C State Tournament was held at the Four Seasons Arena.
The Lady Falcons played hard for four games to eventually bring home fourth place.
The Lady Falcons will take on Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale at noon on Thursday, March 10 for the tournament opening game. With only eight teams remaining in competition, the play should be fierce. The winner advances to a 6 p.m. Friday night game against the prevailing team in the Melstone versus Box Elder match up.
The tenacious boys earned their spot in the consolation game after Friday’s close loss to the eventual champions, Manhattan Christian. The Wildcats won twice on Saturday, beating the Ennis Mustangs Saturday morning and edging out the Shields Valley Rebels in a nail biter consolation game by one point.