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  • Mavericks take three wins over weekend; to face Frazer, Nashua this weekend

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Jan 27, 2016

    The North Country Mavericks rolled to a three win week after taking down, Dodson, Glasgow and Roy-Winifred last week. They will face Frazer in Frazer this Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Nashua in Saco at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. The team defeated Dodson 61-22 in Dodson last Thursday. Then North Country won a close 39-33 game to Glasgow last Friday in Saco. They made short work of Roy-Winifred last Saturday, defeating the Outlaws 63-45 in Roy-Winifred. In their win against Dodson, Sophomore Trace...

  • Coyotes earn first win in nearly three seasons; Fall to North Country, Scobey

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Jan 27, 2016

    The Dodson Coyotes have picked up their first win in over two seasons after defeating the Chinook Sugarbeeters JV 40-37 in Dodson after an overtime period last Monday, January 18. The team lost their next game to the North Country Mavericks on Thursday night in Dodson and another to Scobey last Saturday. Dodson Head Coach Wes KillEagle Jr., saw a difference in his young team during their first win. "The difference was that they were hungrier this game and they played as a team," he told the...

  • Lady Coyotes defeat Chinook JV, fall to 3C foes

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Jan 27, 2016

    The Dodson Lady Coyotes picked up their second win of the season last Monday, January 18 as they defeated the Chinook Lady Sugarbeeters JV Squad 57-43 at the Coyote Den in Dodson. The team then lost their final two games of the week against North Country and Scobey. The Lady Coyotes were led by Shontelle Talks Different, who scored 22 points. Talks Different had four treys, three of which were made in the fourth quarters. Kailee Henry had a solid night, scoring 18 points. Laney Cole and Christin...

  • Lady Mavericks have solid week

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Jan 27, 2016

    The North Country Lady Mavericks nearly had a three win weekend after defeating Dodson 70-28 last Thursday in Dodson and defeating Glasgow 44-35 in Saco on Friday, but the Roy-Winifred Lady Outlaws proved too much for the young team, as North Country lost 57-54 on Saturday. In what could be her last game against the Lady Coyotes, Tatum Moore shot exceptionally well, knocking down five treys on her way to a 36 point evening. She was perfect from the three point line, minus a near buzzer beater...

  • M-ettes remain undefeated

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Jan 27, 2016

    The Malta M-ettes kept their undefeated season alive in dominant fashion after defeating the Harlem Lady Wildcats 70-19 in Harlem last Thursday night. The M-ettes were led by Sophia Stiles who had a 22 point, 10 assist double-double with seven steals and four rebounds. Hailey Nicholson nearly had a double-double of her own scoring 16 points and racking up eight rebounds. She also had three assists, three steals and a block. Adrianna Bibeau had a solid game scoring 14 points, snatching seven...

  • Mustangs crush Wildcats in Harlem

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Jan 27, 2016

    The Malta Mustangs won their lone game of the week as they took out the Harlem Wildcats 89-43. It was their highest point output since their 85-61 win against Rocky Boy on March 2 of 2013. Nate Costin had an explosive outing, racking up 30 points. Both Allen Williamson and Tyson Carney had 15 points apiece. Devon Raybon had eight points. Ostin Welch and Taylor Matthews each had five points. Cru Darrah had three points. Hunter Love had two points. Malta and Harlem both started strong, with the...

  • Former MSUB, M-ette standout Knudsen prepares for basketball, this time as a coach

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports|Aug 12, 2015

    One of Malta's most accomplished athletes will see athletics in a different light this season, not as a player fighting to win a championship in basketball, but to lead her team to the top. Former M-ette and Montana State University Billings standout, Bobbi Knudsen will be coaching as the second assistant coach at Seattle Pacific University (SPU), a NCAA Division II – GNAC School next basketball season. Knudsen was a star point guard at every level, including her one year stint with USC F... Full story

  • Schye signs with University of Montana Western

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 25, 2015

    A little less than a month ago, on February 3 to be exact, a press release confirmed that Malta M-ette senior Darby Schye signed with The University of Montana Western. Schye, as a 6'1" low post player, helped lead the M-ettes to the team's ninth state title in the school's history. Schye is the daughter of Tad and Amy Schye, both educators and coaches at Malta Public Schools. Schye had a few options on where she would sign including The University of Great Falls, however she knew that once she...

  • Four Lady Panthers named to All-Conference List

    Pierre Bibbs|Mar 25, 2015

    The Saco-Whitewater Panthers had a tremendous basketball season that ended with the team placing second in the state at the 2015 State C Tournament a couple of weeks ago in Missoula. Though all Lady Panthers were contributors to the team, four stood out and received 3-C All-Conference Honors. Seniors Larimie Scheffelmear, Kourtney Simonson and Keira Simonson along with junior Tatum Moore were the recipients of the honors. All four Lady Panthers also made the All-conference team in the 2013-2014...

  • Former M-ette Hein leads Dogies to first state trophy

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 25, 2015

    If you were at the 2015 Class B Tournament or listening to the game against the Forsyth Dogies, you may have heard a name or seen a face that was familiar. That name and face was that of Terri Hein (Wiederrick) an insurance adjuster, who is also the head coach of the Dogies and has been for seven years. Hein, the daughter of Ross and Karen Wiederrick was born and raised here in Malta with sisters Traci Glasscock and Sidney Nelson and brother Frank. “My folks still live in town, so we’re the...

  • M-ettes cap magical 26-0 season with State B Championship

    Mar 18, 2015

    The Champions celebrate after their 46-35 Class B victory over Colestrip on Saturday night in Great Falls. Back row: Dawson Hammond, Head Coach Nate Hammond and Assistant Coach Tyler Hanson. Mddle row: Manager Jenise Amestoy, Marley Manoukian, Sophia Stiles, Kaitlyn Smith, Markelle Lett, Kelsey Kuehn, Darby Schye, Rebecca Smith, Hailey Nicholson, Jada Nicholson, Eva Harms and Adrianna Bibeau. Front row: Manager DeeDee Johannesen, manager Riley Mortenson, Shay Garfield and manager Mary Grace...

  • M-ettes win ninth state title in dramatic showing in Great Falls

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 18, 2015

    There was no girls team in the state of Montana as dominant as the Malta M-ettes this past season. Their dominant 26-0 2015 campaign ended in a 46-35 win over the Colstrip Fillies in the 2015 Class B Girls Championship in Great Falls. They defeated the previously undefeated Forsyth Dogies 44-42 in a highly anticipated semi-finals match last Friday and the Columbus Cougars 54-39 in the opening round last Thursday. It marks the team’s ninth state title, since 1991. The M-ettes have won 37.5 p...

  • Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale capture second place at State

    Heidi S. Johnson, PCN Correspondent|Mar 11, 2015

    Backrow, Left to Right: Lisa Beus, Katie Erdahl, assistant coaches, Jada Sudbrack, Casity Boucher, Bailey Funk, Karly Santillan, Mickayla Johnson, Larimie Scheffelmear, Kourtney Simonson, Kaycee Howard, Keira Simsonson, Amber Erickson, head coach, Kayla Howard, Tatum Moore, Elena Sudbrack, assistant coach, and Kayleigh Cummings. Front row: Teagan and Jaycee Erickson, team mangers. See story on page 1B. Photo by Heidi S. Johnson, PCN correspondent....

  • Lady Panthers take second at State Tourney in Missoula

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 11, 2015

    The Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale (SWH) Lady Panthers ended the season on the same note that got them to the 2015 Class C State Championship game in Missoula, and that's with ferocious defense. The team faced a 13 point deficit against the eventual champion Gardiner Lady Bruins, and brought it down to one point late in the fourth quarter. Ultimately a lack of fast break points and foul calls cost the team as they fell 55-48 to the Bruins. On the way to the championship game, the Lady Panthers...

  • M-ettes open against Columbus at State B Tourney

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 11, 2015

    The undefeated M-ettes won’t be the only undefeated team at the 2015 State Girls B Tournament in Great Falls this week. In fact they aren’t even the only undefeated team on their side of the bracket. If the M-ettes make it to the semi-final round, they will have to face Forsyth, who is champion from the Southern B Tournament last week. Forsyth became champs in their division by defeating Manhattan who was undefeated prior to their clash. Forsyth defeated Manhattan 48-29. In order for the M-e...

  • Season ends for Mustangs in Northern B Challenge

    Mar 11, 2015

    For the first time in a few years the Mustangs (15-10) will miss the state tournament after losing 53-40 to the Rocky Boy Northern Stars in the Northern B challenge game last Monday. The Stars previously lost the Northern B Championship 86-59 to Choteau on Saturday night. The challenge game was a continuation of the 2015 Northern B Division Tournament that started in Shelby last week. Losing their opening game 56-55 to the Shelby Coyotes on Thursday night, the Mustangs clawed their way back into the state question after defeating Plentywood...

  • M-ettes top Fairfield, Choteau for Northern B Division Crown

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 4, 2015

    The Girls Northern Divisional title was returned to Malta last Saturday after the M-ettes defeated the Choteau Bulldogs 58-46. "We're just really happy," Coach Nate Hammond told the PCN after the win. "This is a great division. Choteau and Fairfield and all these teams are tough teams. We battled through." On the way to the championship game, Malta destroyed the Fairfield Eagles, who have won the title the last four consecutive years. Before Fairfield's 120 game win streak it was Malta who last...

  • Lady Panthers lose Eastern title to Circle; to face Belt in opening round

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 4, 2015

    The Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale (SWH) Lady Panthers will face the three time State C champion Belt Huskies, at 8 p.m. tomorrow night at the 2015 State C Girls' Basketball Tournament in Missoula. The team will enter the tourney as the east's second seed after falling 49-48 to the Circle Wildcats in the championship round of the Eastern C Divisional Tournament in Wolf Point last Saturday. The team earned a spot in the championship game after blasting through Brockton 71-30 in the opening round and de...

  • Panthers season ends

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 4, 2015

    The Saco-Whitewater Panthers had a far greater season than the team has had in the last few seasons, making it into the Eastern C Divisional Tournament in Wolf Point last week, but the Cinderella story came to an end after losses to Mon-Dak and Frazer. In the team's loss to the Mon-Dak Thunder, Dodson failed to generate points offensively, going 11 of 39 from the field, while Mon-Dak was 21 of 51. The Panthers were led by Trace Simonson who had 14 points. Jeret Warren had 10 points. Chance Love...

  • Proud of second year of divisionals, Lady Coyotes end year in Wolf Point

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 4, 2015

    The season came to an end for the Dodson Lady Coyotes after the team lost to the eventual Eastern C champion Circle Warriors in the opening round of the Eastern C Divisionals in Wolf Point last Wednesday and then to Mon-Dak in the first round of elimination. The Lady Coyotes lost 75-30 to Circle after a turnover plagued contest. Dodson was led by Janessa Henry, who scored 17 points. Jacina Doney had six points and five rebounds. Shawnee KillEagle had four points. Donna Dale had two points and fi...

  • Mustangs prepare for Northern B against Shelby

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Mar 4, 2015

    The Malta Mustangs will open the 2015 Northern Divisional Tournament in Shelby by taking on the Shelby Coyotes who are the third seed from district 1B. The Wolves are 13-8 this year, but they shouldn’t be underestimated after defeating Rocky Boy who is unpredictable and dangerous. The winner of this game will face the winner of the Choteau and Plentywood game. Choteau is undefeated so far this year. The Bulldogs have won most of their games by over twenty points all year, which poses a tough c...

  • M-ettes take 2B crown in Wolf Point; Focus on state berth

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Feb 25, 2015

    :The Malta M-ettes would not be denied the 2B District championship last weekend, as they ran right through the Plentywood Wildcats 59-22 in the semi finals and then defeated Wolf Point 59-35 in the championship on Saturday in Wolf Point. "It's awesome to feel like we've got something accomplished and finally got a tournament out of the way. We're in the post-season now," Coach Nate Hammond told the PCN. It marks the third time in four years that Malta has won the district title. It's also Coach...

  • Lady Coyotes advance to Eastern C

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Feb 25, 2015

    The Dodson Lady Coyotes have now made the Eastern C Divisional Tournament for the second straight season in a row after missing out for the last ten years. The team did so by outlasting Lustre Christian 45-41 in the fourth place elimination game last Saturday. The team also won their first elimination game against the Opheim Lady Vikings last Friday. The score was 58-26. The team lost their opening game last Thursday 63-51 to the Frazer Bearcubs. In their fourth place game against the Lustre...

  • Malta falls to Glasgow in 2B chipper; To open Northern B against Shelby in Shelby

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Feb 25, 2015

    The Malta Mustangs punched their ticket to the Northern B Divisional Tournament in Shelby on March 5 after defeating Harlem in a close 39-35 victory last Friday in their semi-final game in the 2B District Tournament in Wolf Point. Malta would lose the 2B District Championship to the Glasgow Scotties the next day. The score was 53-43. In their win against Harlem, Malta was led by Nate Costin, who had 10 points. Costin hit two treys in the game. Jase Galt had eight points and seven rebounds in...

  • District 3C teams prepare to tournament in Scobey on Thursday

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Feb 18, 2015

    LADY PANTHERS The Saco-Whitewater Lady Panthers locked down the top seed in the 3C District Tournament in Scobey after destroying the Lustre Christian Lions 67-10 last Friday. They would however lose a game, 50-38 to top ranked Roy-Winifred Outlaws last Saturday. Thanks to the team’s strong effort this season, the Lady Panthers earned a first round bye in the tournament, meaning the team will only have to win their first game against the winner of the Lustre Christian and Nashua game Friday a...

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