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Chinook spikers shine in own tournament

The Sugarbeeter volleyball team suffered just one loss enroute to first place in its own tournament Saturday in Chinook. Chinook opened the tournament on Court 1 with a win over Glasgow. In its second game an hour later, the Beeters fell behind the...

 

Wildcats show improvement in weekend matches

The Lady 'Cats hosted the Wolf Point Wolves Thursday evening, before heading to Poplar for a showdown Friday and a match up with Fairview there on Saturday. "We were defeated in three (on Thursday), but the Lady 'Cats didn’t give up as we nearly...

 

Wildcats run well at Kalispell meet

All six harriers figured in Harlem Wildcat’s high finish at the 36-team meet Friday just outside of Kalispell. The meet featured numerous Class AA and A schools from around the state, a few of which were among the 14 schools unable to keep up with...

 

Wildcats shine in disappointing loss to Coyotes

The Harlem Wildcats gave their hometown fans plenty to cheer about despite falling to Shelby in a Northern 8-man conference clash Friday night. Wildcat sophomore Miles Fetter took the opening kickoff...

 

Lady Beeters show depth at the net at Malta tournament

While Sugarbeeters took second among the six teams in the varsity competition, the school's JV and C squads each went 2-0 for the day. Chinook's three teams each kicked the year off with wins to...

 

Lady 'Cats go two for four to open volleyball season in Malta tournament

Harlem’s varsity netters were a little slow getting out of the gate in their first game of the year, but they picked up their game as the Malta tournament continued. The Lady ‘Cats never posed a...

 

Harlem Harriers hustle in Wolf Point cross country meet

Harlem varsity boys, led by freshman Branlin Foote’s second-place time of 17 minutes and 47.31 seconds, placed fifth among the 14-team field at the Wolf Point Cross Country Meet on Friday. Also contributing to the team score of 122 were: Lathan...

 

Wildcats fall in hard Fought battle against Poplar

The Harlem Wildcats' wild 64-36 loss to the Poplar Indians in Harlem Friday evening was a classic tale of two halves. Harlem took the opening kickoff and promptly fumbled the ball away to the visiting...

 

Bear Paw Giant Downhill and Zombie Stroll

The Bear Paw Giant Downhill and Zombie Stroll on Saturday, Oct. 29, delivered on its promise as several finishers admitted recording personal best times. A total of nine runners and 17 zombie...

 

Recovered from the Bear Paw Marathon? Ready for another try at setting personal best times?

The Bear Paw Downhill, which will feature 5-mile and 5K runs and a 1-mile Zombie Walk on Saturday, Oct. 29, is the place to do it. Enjoy the fresh air and glorious beauty of the Chippewa Cree Recreation Area as you careen downhill from the Bear Paw...

 
 By Alan Sorensen    News    May 18, 2022

Bear Paw Marathon Pre-Race Day Carbo-Load Banquet June 3rd

Friends of the Bear Paw Marathon are seeking help with preparing and serving its all-you-can-eat spaghetti and baked potato banquet on Friday, June 3, at the Eagles Club in Havre. The pre-marathon race-day meal has been shown to provide runners and...

 

Area Teams gearing up for Post Season Tournaments

The 11-1 Harlem Lady Cats demonstrated why they are one of the top Class B teams in the state in their class with two convincing wins over the weekend. On Thursday, the Cats left Glasgow with a...

 

Harlem and Chinook peaking prior to District Tournaments

The Harlem Wildcats and Chinook Sugarbeeters took the opportunity last weekend to hone their skills and purge any regular season-ending jitters ahead of their impending Class B and C district...

 
 By Alan Sorensen    News    January 29, 2020

Havre High's remarkable running Raunigs to keynote Bear Paw Marathon dinner

A number of Havre High School graduates have become professional athletes over the years, but none has possessed greater longevity nor more national and international prominence than the running...

 

CASA 5th Avenue Mile to kick off Havre's Festival Days Parade

After an absence of more than 30 years, the one-mile race/walk down Havre’s Fifth Avenue immediately preceding the Festival Days Parade has been revived. The race will begin at 9:50 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, near Spud’s Grub Hut and finish near th...

 
 By Alan Sorensen    News    July 11, 2018

A look back at the 2018 Montana Senior Olympics held in Polson

Special to the Journal By Alan Sorensen These summer games began, not with fireworks and a torch lighting, but with putting and driving competitions among people from 50 years of age to 110 at 10...

 

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