The Sheridan Panthers hosted the Ennis Mustangs in a conference game that hasn’t been played for seven years. The game was a must win for both teams to keep their playoff hopes alive. The Mustangs came out hot and scored 26 unanswered points in the first quarter and it looked to be a blowout.
The Ennis Mustangs ran the cross-country ski trail in West Yellowstone Saturday, Oct. 3. “It was a gorgeous day with cool temperatures and pace was quick for a high school 5K and a middle school approximately 2.5K,” Coach Melinda Legg said.
The Mustangs held the Huskies in Absarokee scoreless for the first quarter of the football game Sept. 25. Ennis defense allowed only two touchdowns the whole game, taking the win with a 34-point lead.
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.
Madison County Cross Country traveled to Dillon and Livingston last weekend.
Twin Bridges Cross Country, coached by Hannah Konen, headed to the Dillon Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 26. The 5,000-meter men’s race included 75 runners and the 5,000-meter women’s race included 57 runners.
Ennis volleyball girls defeated Sheridan in three sets Sept. 17.
The Panthers rolled into Absarokee and had one thing on their mind. Play solid football. They played the Huskies in a must win game for both teams. This game would put one team or the other in control of their own destiny. The two teams sparred in the middle of the field during the first two possessions, each forcing the other to punt.
On Saturday, Sept. 12, Ennis Cross Country teams traveled to Three Forks for the Three Forks Invitational.
The Sheridan Panthers volleyball team lost to White Sulphur Springs in five sets Sept. 11.
The Panthers rolled into the Big Sky area with high hopes of winning big against the Big Horns who have struggled with their young team. It was not to be so for the Panthers who started the game with a high snap over quarterback Kole Hill’s head and into the end zone for a safety on the first play.