GREAT FALLS – The Granite and Drummond track and field squads ended their season at Great Falls High School Saturday at Day 2 of the Class C State Championship. The Trojans’ Sam Bryant had the best meet of the bunch, finishing third in the 300m hurdles and second in the 110m hurdles. Bryant, a senior, lost the latter race by a scant five hundredths of a second. Sophomore Scott Parke ran to a third-place finish in the 3,200 meters and 6th in the 1,600m run. For the Lady Trojan
GREAT FALLS - The Class B & C State Track & Field meet completed Day 1 of its competition Friday, with athletes from Drummond and Granite competing in a variety of events. Following are images from the day's action. NOTE - Results will be posted over the weekend and reported on the Flint Creek Courier as soon as they are made available.
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