Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

Articles written by Pierre Bibbs

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 1604



 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    December 11, 2019 

Mustangs Basketball 2019-20

The Malta Mustangs basketball team will look to find it's place among the tough Northern B Division in their 2019-20 campaign. "We are young again this year," Coach David Costin told the PCN. "We...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    December 11, 2019 

Mavericks Basketball 2019-20

The North Country Mavericks have retained all but one starter this season, and the group hopes to improve upon their 2018-19 outing which ended at the 3C District Tournament. "Everybody is a little...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    December 11, 2019 

Coyote Basketball 2019-20

The Dodson Coyotes Basketball team made history last season, winning their first divisional tournament game since 1966, according to Dodson Public Schools. The team was 17-7. This season, the team...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    December 11, 2019 

M-ette Basketball 2019-20

The Malta M-ettes will look to improve upon their 2018-19 outing in which the team went 11-11. Doing so may prove to be tough in a strong 2B district. "Right now, we are focusing on our first week,...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    December 11, 2019 

Lady Mavericks Basketball 2019-20

The North Country Lady Mavericks roster remains virtually the same this season, losing only one athlete to graduation while returning plenty of talent. The team hopes to improve on their 12-10 outing...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    December 11, 2019 

Malta Mustang Wrestling 2019-20

The Malta Wrestling Team is under the watching eye of newly hired coach Steve French, who led Malta into a wrestling event for the first time since 1995. Coach French described what his first weekend...

 

Eric Carmen was correct

I don’t even know the words of Eric Carmen’s All By Myself, but I know the most important part of the song… The hook. Those words ran through my head as I found myself without my family on...

 

The Lady Penguins of 1994

The 1994 and 1995 Whitewater Lady Penguin teams reached the State C Championship games in both years, but fell short, taking home second place. The 2019 basketball season marks 25 years since the 1994...

 

Malta welcomes back legendary wrestling coach

The Malta Wrestling team welcomed back a familiar face and a local legend as newly re-hired Head Coach Steve French led his first practice on Thursday, November 21. "I feel good to be able to coach...

 

Third and fourth @ Parks and Rec

The Malta Parks and Recreation Youth Basketball league featured a gymnasium full of kids, their parents, and spectators last Tuesday, November 26, at the Malta City Hall. Teams met in their usual leag...

 

Former M-ette Stiles returns to court in Missoula

Sophia Stiles, a former M-ette standout and starting point guard for the University of Montana Lady Griz, has returned to action in the 2019-20 season. "It's pretty amazing," Stiles said of being a...

 

8th Annual Putt Crawl

Before a loud firework was set off by the Malta Volunteer Fire Department at 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 23, The Malta Chamber of Commerce had it's own night of shenanigans, as the Chamber...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    News    November 20, 2019

Probably my allergies

I have been getting pretty sentimental lately. I’m not sure if it’s because I am a father or because I have been missing my family. Maybe it’s just my allergies. I had the chance to catch my fir...

 

Sister Act: Double Trouble, the sequel

Editor's Note: In 2016, the PCN caught up with sisters Hailey and Jada Nicholson at the Armory Gymnasium on the campus of Montana State University in Havre after the annual Hi-Line Invitational. The...

 

Malta sweeps at Jamboree

The Malta Middle School Jamboree teams performed well in their home event last Saturday, November 16, at the Malta High School Gymnasium and Old Gym. The Malta Eighth Grade Girls' team defeated Wolf...

 

Goodbye Fall, hello Winter

The fall sports season is over for Phillips County High School and we are only a few weeks away from winter sports taking over. I have to say that I am proud of our teams, with all of our teams...

 

Mustangs fall to Red Lodge 35-6

The 2019 campaign ended for the Malta Mustangs football team in Red Lodge, as they fell 35-6 to the undefeated Red Lodge Rams on Saturday, November 9. The Mustangs reached the quarterfinal game...

 

Mavericks go 1-2 at Eastern C

The North Country Mavericks volleyball team put on quite a show in their 2019 postseason run, but their season ended on Friday, November 8, at the Eastern C Divisional in Sidney. The Mavericks...

 

Season ends for M-ettes

The season ended for the Malta M-ettes volleyball team as they fell 3-0 to the Glasgow Scotties in the elimination bracket of the Northern B Divisional in Wolf Point on Friday, November 8. The Lady...

 

4th Tom Knudsen Memorial

The fourth annual Tom Knudsen Memorial brought in 40 men and 10 women despite the threat of a winter storm that eventually hit Northern Montana. The memorial event that celebrates the life of Thomas...

 

The end of an era

Sickness has been going around our county for a few weeks and the same remains true for our household. Poor Lincoln had an ear infection and this led to me having to stay home one day with him. I...

 

Mavs stun 1C foes, take third place

The North Country Mavericks Volleyball Team entered the 1C District tournament as the tournament's seventh seed and finished as third place trophy winners at the end of the three-day event in...

 

Mustangs defeat Jefferson

The Malta Mustangs football team was able to protect their home field against the Jefferson Panthers last Saturday, November 2, but things will get tougher for the team who has to travel 270 miles...

 

M-ettes head to Northern B

Despite having to overcome injuries to a few of their starters and losing their first set of the play-in game against Poplar, the Malta M-ettes Volleyball team was able to punch their ticket to the...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    News    October 30, 2019

MHS Fall Play focused on deceit and hairdos

The Malta High School Auditorium became the scene for "A New Style of Murder," a play that featured blow dryers, hair spray, gossip and a tale that had the crowd wondering whodunnit? The MHS Fall...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019