SHERIDAN – The Sheridan basketball teams were no match for either of the visiting Granite squads as both the Prospectors and Lady Prospectors notched victories. The Prospector boys were able to get off to a fast start and cruise to an 18-point win over the Panthers, 47-29. “We were able to jump on them early and our pressure really caused them problems,” said GHS Head Coach Dustin Keltner. “We played a great defensive game. We limited them to six first half points and were ab
BILLINGS – The Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame held its annual induction ceremonies Saturday night, recognizing two of Granite County’s biggest names in the sport. The Drummond Kiwanis PRCA Rodeo – which will celebrate its 79th annual event this year on July 5 – was recognized for its quality performances year after year. Drummond Kiwanis Executive Board members Butch Friede and Ron Wetsch attended the event to receive the award. Also honored was Philipsburg resident
NOTE - Videos and Pictures from the games at bottom of story. PHILIPSBURG – Down two starters and facing a team with four potential 20-point scorers, the Prospectors were already facing a tall order to secure a win. But playing a tough non-conference schedule is all part of the gig for the Granite Boys Basketball team this year according to Head Coach Dustin Keltner. Seeley Swan won the contest 65-xx. “I told the kids that we’re not playing any weak teams,” Keltner observed.
SUPERIOR – The Lady Trojans of Drummond High School are experiencing a great season so far, notching their tenth win Saturday night on the road against Clark Fork, 50-32. The Mountain Cats started fast, but Drummond was faster outscoring their hosts by an 18-11 margin in the first stanza. The Lady Trojans kept up the pressure for the remainder of the game, including a 12-5 fourth quarter push that secured the victory. “The girls played great tonight,” said DHS Head Coach Nate
PHILIPSBURG – The two Prospector teams made easy work of the visiting Bears from Lima Friday night. In the boys game, Granite jumped out to a huge first-quarter lead 28-4 and never let up the remainder of the game. “The kids played hard tonight early on and we were able to jump out to an early lead,” observed GHS Head Coach Dustin Keltner. “We focused on half-court offense and defense. We were down a couple starters tonight so our younger kids stepped up and played well for u
DRUMMOND – The Lady Trojans got back to doing what they do best Friday night, playing sound, fundamental basketball and notching a win over the visiting Wildcats of Harrison-Willow Creek. Drummond opened the game in a full court press that quickly took its toll on Harrison, running the score to 8-0 in the game’s first minute. The pressure continued, holding the Wildcats scoreless until there were just 37 seconds left in the period when Harrison’s Laure Cima finally tossed in