PHILIPSBURG – The Granite Girls Volleyball Team closed out its 2019 regular season with a three-game sweep of Harrison-Willow Creek, 27-25, 25-16, 25-22. The win leaves them atop the district standings as they head into postseason play next week. It was these same Wildcats that beat Ennis earlier this week while five of the Lady Mustangs are absent due to a violation of team rules, so they were not to be taken lightly. In Game 1 the visitors took a 17-16 lead and extended it
GRANITE COUNTY - The cold and flu season is upon us. If you're between the ages of newborn and dead, you probably ought to consider getting a flu shot. The following article was taken from the archives of the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and is sponsored by the Granite County Medical Center.
GRANITE COUNTY – When the Flint Creek Titans take the field Friday night in Drummond it will be more than just another senior night. It will be for the postseason. Yes, the odds are distinctly in their favor. Yes, they hold the tie-breakers over the two teams they are tied with. But in the end, the only way to take all of the questions marks out of the equation is to, as Al Davis put it, “Just win baby!” Victor is arguably on the bottom of 8-man football this year. The Pirate
This weekend marks the beginning of the general big game hunting season in Montana. The general deer and elk season is Oct. 26-Dec. 1. Here are a few reminders for hunters: Don't forget your regulations and maps. Take advantage of our online hunt planner at https://myfwp.mt.gov/fwpPub/planahunt. Hunters should check their licenses in advance, and anyone with faded licenses can have them replaced at no cost at their regional FWP office. After Oct. 24, the cost will be $5 for e
GRANITE COUNTY – The postseason is just two weeks away and teams are jockeying for their final playoff positioning. For the Flint Creek Titans it’s as easy as beating the Victor Pirates in the regular season finale and they’ll get a spot on the playoff dance card. Already claiming their spots are Clark Fork (7-0, 8-0), Thompson Falls (6-1, 7-1) and Mission (6-1, 7-1). More on them in a bit… The Titans stand at 4-3 in Western Conference play while the hapless Pirates come in a
ST. IGNATIUS – It was one heck of a show Friday night, in more ways than one. The Mission Bulldogs outlasted the Flint Creek Titans 50-36 in St. Ignatius in Week 8 of the 8-man football season. The win keeps the Bulldogs in the hunt for a second-place berth into the MHSA postseason, while the Titans must beat Victor in their season finale to enter the bracket as a #4 team. That show began with Flint Creek showing that they were on their game early, scoring on their first two
GRANITE COUNTY – No opponent may be better known to the Flint Creek Titans than the Mission Bulldogs. They have faced each other three times in the past two seasons with the locals winning each time. Before we get into the game, here’s a glance at the game-day outlook. When the 2017 season opened, Mission (aka St. Ignatius) was dropping into 8-man after a tough run in 11. The Bulldogs were somewhat decimated from graduation and their starting lineup was populated with a numbe
PHILIPSBURG – Granite High School handled Lima easily in a home volleyball match Wednesday evening, 25-11, 25-15, 25-13. “It was a good game,” said GHS Head Coach Jennifer Graham. “The girls kept their errors to under 12 and focused on playing like a team. We got the younger girls in to get them experience and overall it was fun.” The Lady Prospectors sported a balanced attack with a different leader in each of the five stat categories. Haddies Tallon was tops in digs with ni