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  • M-ettes XC takes third in opener

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Sep 16, 2015

    CROSS COUNTRY MALTA MEET The Malta M-ettes Cross Country team ran well in their first meet of the season, which also happened to be their home meet. The Malta Athletic Club Invitational was held at the Marian Hills Golf Course last Saturday. Malta's Mystic Striker, a sophomore, who struggled with an Achilles injury lead Malta, who as a team took 3rd place with 86 points. Winnett-Melstone won the meet with 64 points. Glasgow placed second with 80. Striker, who had never run in a cross country...

  • M-ette XC: Malta placed ninth at state meet; Stiles 14th individually

    Thea Solberg, PCN Correspondent|Oct 29, 2014

    One hundred and forty runners formed the Class B girl’s race at the Cross Country Championships held at Bill Robert’s Golf Course in Helena on Saturday, October 25. It was also one of the most talked about races because of the infamous Morley sisters of Bigfork who have been placing very well in meets this year finishing well ahead of most of their competitors. It was no surprise when older sister Makena Morley, who is a nationally ranked runner, cruised ahead of younger sister Bryn and broke the all class record she set at the state meet in Mi...

  • M-ette X-Country wins Harlem meet, state championship in Helena up next

    Thea Solberg, PCN Correspondent|Oct 22, 2014

    The Harlem Cross Country meet was held on a cloudy windy Wednesday. "This meet made me think of the song that Mr. Ed the talking horse sang many years ago, 'A horse is a horse, of course, of course.' And I thought to add this line to the song, 'This course is a curse of course of course." said Coach Solberg smiling. She then went on to explain, "The course is a grassy surface that is easy on the legs, but because of the excessive amount of rain that the state received in late August, it was...

  • Harrier XC: Warren places 11th in meet; 1st in Class C

    Oct 15, 2014

    October 4 saw the Dodson-Whitewater Harriers at the always tough Havre meet. Class A, B, and C schools were in attendance, giving the Harriers their first look at some of the western teams. For the men, Jeret Warren placed 11th with a time of 17.55. Jeret was 60 seconds behind a strong Browning athlete who claimed first, and was the first Class C male runner to cross the finish line. Jeret is feeling “pretty good” about his season. His goal for the rest of the season are to finish with all times under 18 minutes. When asked about state, the...

  • M-ette X-Country: Malta takes third at the Havre invitational, despite gophers

    Thea Solberg, PCN Correspondent|Oct 8, 2014

    The Malta M-ette Cross Country team took on the always windy course at the Havre Invitational Cross Country Meet last Saturday. They placed third as a team with 123 points. The overall winner of the Varsity girl's 3 mile race of 66 runners that took place at the campus of MSU-Northern was Josie Braaten of Glasgow who ran the hilly course in 19:28. In second place was Tina Gike of Hobson who ran in with a time of 20:29. Third place went to Havre's Rachel David who ran her home meet in 20:55....

  • M-ette X-Country: Stiles placed third at Scottie Invitational; Malta third as team

    Oct 1, 2014

    The overall winner of the girl's 3 mile race of 58 runners that took place on the flat Downstream Campground Nature Trail at Fort Peck last Saturday was Josie Braaten who ran the course in record time with 18:43. Amanda Wolff of Glasgow ran the fast course to a 2nd place finish with a time of 19:32. Right on her heals in 3rd place was Malta's Sophia Stiles who posted a personal best for this season with a time of 19:46. Kensey Keil of Plentywood and Emily Kuehn of Glendive placed 4th and 5th...

  • Harriers X-Country: Warren places third at the Scottie Invitational

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Oct 1, 2014

    The Dodson-Whitewater Harriers posted great success at the always competetive Glasgow meet which brings runners from Class A, B, and C, plus North Dakota. Jeret Warren ran with great strength, posting a time of 17.52, a season best. He placed 19th overall, and 5th for Class C men. For the ladies, Shawnee KillEagle placed 39th with a time of 28.09. Teal Martell broke the 30 mark, finished in 41st place with a time of 29.34 for a personal best. Jessica Anderson placed 45th with a time of 35.56...

  • JH Coyotes X-Country: Jaynes takes first at Frazer Invitational

    Sep 24, 2014

    On September 16, the Junior High Coyotes participated in the tough Frazer cross country meet. For elementary boys, Michael Jaynes placed first with a time of 10.46. For elementary girls, Tyra Medicine Bear placed first with a time of 12.15, sister Keonna Medicine Bear placed second with a time of 13.08, Melony Fetter came in 3rd at 13.30, Svea Hogan was 6th in 14.42, Shaylee DeCelles finished 9th in 15.10, Ireland Best placed 11th in 15.55, Danielle Walker was 15th with a time of 16.55, Imagin Fox finished in 16th with a time of 17.11, Marie...

  • M-ette X-Country: Malta places second at the scenic Frazer Invitational Cross Country meet

    Sep 24, 2014

    The Malta M-ettes Cross Country team traveled East to Frazer Bearcub country and took second at the Frazer Invitational last Thursday. The team was led by sophomore Sophia Stiles, who took third with a time of 21:10. "The beautiful panoramic vista that greeted us as we arrived at the Frazer Cross Country Meet was breath taking," said M-ette Cross Country coach Thea Solberg. "Looking out over the prairies and wheat fields that bordered on the east and west made their way down the hill to the...

  • Malta places third at The Malta Athletic Club meet

    Thea Solberg, PCN Correspondent|Sep 17, 2014

    On a blustery chilly overcast day where the mosquitoes were more numerous than imaginable, 135 runners converged on the Marian Hills Golf Course for the running of the 2014 Malta Athletic Club Invitational Cross Country Meet. With the large number of runners, the competition would prove to be fierce, especially in the boy's race. The overall winner of the high school boy's three mile race that took place at the Marian Hills Golf course near Malta was Tristen Belgarde of Rocky Boy with an...

  • Harriers fly at Poplar and Wolf Point meets

    Robin Warren, PCN Correspondent|Sep 10, 2014

    The Harrier season started on August 30, at the Poplar Invite. Senior Jeret Warren was the lone runner. Jeret placed 8th with a time of 18.34. Jeret already has his eye on State in October. Although there will not be a team score in Helena this year (Class C needs 3 runners for a team), he is striving again for an all-state placing, hoping to improve on his 12th place from 2013. The Harriers then took the field at the Wolf Point Invitational on September 6. For the men, Jeret placed 7th with a t... Full story

  • M-ettes X-Country: Team took first at Wolf Point; second at Poplar meet

    Thea Solberg, PCN Correspondent|Sep 10, 2014

    The overall winner of the girl's 3 mile race that took place near the Medicine Bear Complex in Poplar was Amanda Wolfe of Glasgow with a time 20:30. Second place went to Sierra Summers of Wolf Point with a time of 20:41. Third place honors went to Malta's Sophia Stiles with a time of 21:24. The Malta Mette Cross Country team placed as follows: 1. Sophia Stiles 3rd place with a time of 21:24 2. Marley Manoukian 13th 23:46 3. Josie Lafond 14th 23:59 4. Eva Harms 19th 24:58 5. Hailey Nicholson... Full story

  • Harriers return three state performers to X-Country

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Sep 3, 2014

    The Dodson-Whitewater Harriers are back for their second year under their cooperative agreement, with a new coach Francine Stiffarm at the helm. Though Stiffarm has never coached and has never participated in cross country, she is the perfect candidate, telling the PCN that she has followed many of the students who have ran cross country since grade school. "It's strange because a lot of these kids I've watched since third grade are in high school," Harriers Head Coach Francine Stiffarm told... Full story

  • Malta X-Country in mid-season form

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Sep 3, 2014

    Last year the M-ettes Cross Country team got a boost. A boost by the name of Sophia Stiles. Stiles, a freshman last year is back and 11th year Coach Thea Solberg has no doubt that Stiles can repeat or improve her seventh place standing at state. Stiles' time in the three mile run was 19.49, in a race where time mattered. The only run that is officially measured by the Montana High School Sports Association is the state run, whereas other races aren't always three miles on the dot. Though Stiles... Full story