Gearing up for State this weekend, Madison County cross country teams traveled to Townsend on a windy and cold Saturday for the Rusty Raisland Invitational.
Wildcats defeat the Mustangs
Harrison volleyball wins at home
Panthers fall short in Gardiner
By Mike Wetherbee
The Capital City 7 of 7 meet was canceled on Thursday due to snow on the course. Sheridan and Twin Bridges cross country teams were able to take the weekend off as a result of this cancelation. Both teams will run in Townsend on Saturday.
Winning Streak [did not] end at homecoming and continues
Victory for Ennis volleyball, six games in a row
Last week, the Mustangs defeated the Drummond Trojans. They continue their winning streak with two victories against the Lima Bears Oct. 1.
Mustangs football defeated in St. Ignatius
Bulldogs defend their territory
The Ennis Mustangs were behind the Absarokee Huskies before Maida Knapton and Wyatt Fredson were announced homecoming king and queen. The Huskies scored twice before the Mustangs reached the endzone toward the end of the second quarter. The second half started with the Huskies leading by six points.
Falcons didn’t go easily
Tough competitions lead to two losses for Twin Bridges volleyball
The Falcons volleyball team traveled to White Sulphur Spring to take on the Hornets Sept. 27. The competition was close throughout the game, but the Hornets came out on top in five rounds.
Last weekend, Madison County cross country teams convened in Twin Bridges. The day started out dreary and cold, and progressed to become drearier and colder by the time the boys’ varsity runners lined up at 10:30 a.m. However, runners tend to prefer cooler temperatures instead of 85 and sunny.
After the cancelation of the Pony meet, Madison County High School cross country teams went elsewhere to stay on track. The weekend turned out to be beneficial for the runners, and the coaches are continuously proud of improvements made.