GRANITE COUNTY - Homecoming 2021 was another rousing success as the Titans claimed Victory over the Victor Pirates while the students chosen as royalty by their schools came dressed to the nines! Granite Homecoming Court Drummond Homecoming Court
PHILIPSBURG – The Lady Prospectors continued their roll Tuesday night claiming a 25-8, 25-21, 25-22 win over the visiting Eagles of Valley Christian. The win elevates them to 7-1 as they enter the second round of District play. “We had some good great kills and excellent digs,” said GHS hitter Gretchen Hill. “Overall it felt great!” Granite won the first set by seven points before allowing Valley to gain a lead midway into the second. But a rally that bolstered them into the
DRUMMOND – In a battle of teams with just a single loss, Drummond fell to the second tier with a straight set loss to Seeley Swan, 25-15, 25-15, 25-10. “I'm disappointed we didn't play to our full potential,” said DHS first-year Head Coach Paige Fickler. “With the excitement of homecoming, everyone's minds were wrapped up in a million other things, myself included. “None the less, the girls gained experience and if anything this loss will make the team more mentally tough. Wh
PHILIPSBURG – Once the Lady Prospectors got over the hump, it was smooth sailing as they claimed a 3-1 win over the visiting Pirates of Victor, 25-17, 18-25, 25-9, 25-10. The win keeps Granite near the top of the standings at 6-1. The Two squads played tight sets to open the match and finish tied 1-1. But one the locals got over their opening jitters, the easily dispatched Victor to claim the victory. “It seems like our team is so afraid of losing that we tense up and become
PHILIPSBURG – After a shaky start the Flint Creek Titans righted their ship and sailed past the Pirates of Victor Friday night 56-6. The Homecoming win advances the locals to 4-0 while Victor drops to 0-3. For Titan fans, their team’s opening series may have caused flashbacks to last week’s score-fest against Mission where they struggled throughout the first quarter. On Flint Creek’s opening drive against Victor, the Pirates pillaged them for losses on all three downs before
SHERIDAN – In a trio of tight sets the Lady Prospectors swept the Panthers in Sheridan Tuesday night, 25-29, 25-19, 25-21. “The girls came out excited to get to play,” said GHS Head Coach Kaley Hansen. “We had a weird week last week and I think they were just happy to be back on the court and it showed. They played strong offense and worked together.” Ella Tallon handed out a team-high seven assists and Asha Comings had that many kills to lead Granite. Reece Pitcher logged 5.
GRANITE COUNTY - The Flint Creek Courier has launched a first-ever phone app specifically for Granite County. It's called FC 411 and it's available for both Apple and Android phone platforms now! "This is a new way for everyone to get news and information in and around Granite County," said Flint Creek Courier CEO Tim Allen. "The ability for users to get news as it happens will be incredibly valuable. And the same is true to businesses, who will now have the ability to offer
ARLEE – The Drummond Lady Trojans logged a wealth of experience Saturday at the Spike it! Tournament in Arlee, playing five different opponents and claiming third place overall. Pool play saw Drummond beat Hot Springs in straight sets and split with host Arlee before falling to St. Regis. That effort put them into the tournament’s playoff bracket where they defeated Valley Christian in the opener and fell to Seeley Swan in the semifinals. The Lady Trojans claimed the consolat