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  • Chinook Tennis wins it all at Class B/C State Tennis

    Falyn Cecrle|May 29, 2024

    Competing in some of the most important meets of the season, the Chinook Tennis Team was preparing for the divisionals and state competition. From the Townsend Dawgbite Tournament in Helena to the Seeding Tournament in Havre, the girls were figuring out where they would stand. On May 3 the Townsend Dawgbite Tournament began around 10 a.m. The Chinook girls roamed around Helena, playing their matches between three different courts. The Dawgbite consisted of many various teams from across the...

  • Blaine County District Track Results

    May 15, 2024

    9C District Track Meet - Havre, MT • May 10, 2024 BOYS 100 Meter - 4.) Ryan Doyle, Turner - :11.69 400 Meter - 1.) Ryan Doyle, Turner - :52.42. 800 Meter - 1.) Ryan Doyle, Turner - 2:05.33 3200 Meters – 5.) Ethan Russell, Hays/LP - 12:38.48. High Jump - 2.) Trent Billmayer, Turner - 5’8”. Long Jump - 2.) Ryan Doyle, Turner - 19’8.75”; Triple Jump - 3.) Ryan Doyle, Turner - 38’2.25”; Girls 100 Meter - 6.) Meridian King-Snider, Turner - :14.62. 200 Meter - 2.) Ali Doyle, Turner - :27.31; 400 Meter - 1.) Bridgette Reed, Turner - 1:02.58. 800 Me...

  • Turner Standout Ryan Doyle Signs With Rocky

    May 8, 2024

    Ryan Doyle, Turner, has signed a letter of intent to play Men's Basketball at Rocky Mountain College on 3/21/24 under the direction of Coach Bill Dreikosen. He is a 3x All Conference and 2x All State achiever. He hit the 1000-point mark during regular conference play this season. He is excited to further his education and have the opportunity play basketball at the collegiate level....

  • Lights Sign Chinook Standout Jackson Nordboe

    Press Release from golightsgo.com|May 1, 2024

    Last Wednesday afternoon, Chinook High School senior forward Jackson Nordboe officially signed his letter of intent to play basketball at Montana State University-Northern. He was surrounded by family, friends, teammates, and coaches at the Floyd-Bowen Gymnasium when he made his proclamation. "Jackson is a guy who has always been around our program whenever he can be ... during the season, and in the off-season at our Summer League and camps," Northern coach Shawn Huse said. "His passion for...

  • Sugarbeeters Take Delivery of New Wrestling Mats

    Donna Miller|Apr 3, 2024

    On March 27, the Chinook High School Wrestling Program received new mats. They arrived from Resilite Sports Products located in Northumberland, Pennsylvania, at approximately 2:45 p.m., and the wrestlers gathered to unload them. The new wrestling mats were carried into the Lloyd Sweet Auditorium where they will be rolled out and treated with a chemical preservative. They will remain locked away in that space for the next 14 days. During that time, no one will have access to the auditorium. According to Chinook Athletic Director, Paula...

  • Treasure State Classic, Billings Hotel Senior Classic include athletes from Chinook and Harlem

    Mar 27, 2024

    Every year, after the state tournaments have all been completed, there comes a stretch of three weeks when we get one or two chances to watch some great players compete in a series of All-Star Tournaments. Last weekend in Billings featured a pair of tournaments highlighting the talents of five Blaine County girls and boys. Competing at the Treasure State Classic was Harlem senior Emma Billmayer, Chinook seniors Hallie Neibauer and Jenna Liddle, and Chinook junior Alexus Seymour. The Treasure Sta...

  • Neibauer and Doyle Represent Blaine County at the 37th Annual All-Star Hi-Line Invitational Tournament

    Mar 27, 2024

    The 37th Annual Hi-Line Invitational Tournament took place this past weekend at the Armory Gymnasium on the campus of MSU-Northern in Havre. The Light and Skylight basketball teams co-hosted the event featuring many of the top high school girls and boys basketball players from across the state of Montana. The tournament features All-Star teams for each of the four classifications, AA, A, B and C in a round-robin tournament with Championship and consolation games capping off the tournament....

  • Blaine County Athletes Account for 19 All-State, All-Conference Selections

    Mar 20, 2024

    The Winter High School sports season has come to an end and with that, the post season honors list have been released. A bevy of Blaine County athletes were named to their respective sports awards lists. Chinook senior Hallie Neibauer (Basketball), Junior Alexus Seymour (Basketball), Sophomore Emma Klingaman (Wrestling), Junior Grace Buck (Wrestling) and freshman Walter Schoen (Wrestling), along with Harlem senior Kaitlyn Johnson (Wrestling) and Turner standout, senior Ryan Doyle (Basketball)...

  • Blaine County Athletes Account for 19 All-State, All-Conference Selections

    Mar 20, 2024

    The Winter High School sports season has come to an end and with that, the post season honors list have been released. A bevy of Blaine County athletes were named to their respective sports awards lists. Chinook senior Hallie Neibauer (Basketball), Junior Alexus Seymour (Basketball), Sophomore Emma Klingaman (Wrestling), Junior Grace Buck (Wrestling) and freshman Walter Schoen (Wrestling), along with Harlem senior Kaitlyn Johnson (Wrestling) and Turner standout, senior Ryan Doyle (Basketball)...

  • 'Beeters conclude a Steller Season at the Class B State Tournament

    Mar 13, 2024

    The Chinook Lady Sugarbeeters concluded their incredible season this past weekend at the 2024 Class B State Tournament. The Beeters went undefeated during the regular season and lost four games in the postseason. Every team's goal is to make it to the State tournament, or win the Championship game, but only one team can win it all. Chinook wasn't that team this year, but they were one of 8 Class B teams that could say they made it to the State tournament, and that is something to be proud of....

  • Three Locals participate in Bowling Championship

    Mar 6, 2024

    Three Blaine County residents participated in the 2024 Special Olympics Bowling Championships. Glasgow hosted the event with a theme Middle of Nowhere. Justin Konesky, Darianne Mitchell and Anne Jo Reed participated with the Havre Blue Pony team. Kassie Johnson is their coach. Anne earned a gold medal; Darianne a silver and Justin earned a bronze medal....

  • Chinook's Season Comes to an End at Divisional Tournament

    Feb 28, 2024

    The Chinooks boys' season came to an end this past weekend after a tough fight at the divisional tournament. Struggling to find the win column during the regular season, the 'Beeters proved that the postseason is a whole new ball game. Under first year Head Coach, Bill Bell, the growth the 'Beeters have shown is immeasurable. They have become a much faster, more confident and stronger team under Bell's guidance. The development of the underclassmen along with the leadership of the upperclassmen...

  • Blaine County Teams Compete in District Tournaments; Chinookk Advances to Divisionals

    Feb 21, 2024

    This past weekend, Chinook, Harlem, Hays/ LodgePole and Turner all took part in their respective District Tournaments. Chinook traveled to Conrad to take part in the 1B tournament. This is the first time Chinook hasn't been part of the 9C tournament in 18 years, and while it was not the atmosphere they may be used to for post-season action, that didn't stop them from finding success. Harlem traveled to Wolf Point to take part in District 2B action. Turner and Hays/LodgePole were in Havre for...

  • 12 Wrestlers Represent Blaine County At State; 5 Find the Podium

    Kody Farmer|Feb 14, 2024

    The 2023-2024 wrestling season came to an end this past weekend. 12 wrestlers represented Blaine County, seven from Chinook and five from Harlem. Of the 12 that went, five found the podium on the big stage. On the boys side for Chinook freshman Walter Schoen found the podium finishing fourth in the 160 pound weight class. Schoen made it to the third place match where he lost by major decision to Glasgow's William Kirkland, 14-6. And for the Harlem boys, senior Leon champagne finished eighth....

  • Chinook, Harlem, Hays and Turner Close out Regular Season

    Kody Farmer|Feb 14, 2024

    Dear Readers, As you know, Kody Farmer has been sick for a long time. Unfortunately, this last week his condition has worsened which will cause a delay in the sports stories this week. He has treasured writing and telling the stories of the kids of Blaine County for many years, and was hoping to continue a couple more weeks, but due to conditions out of his control he no longer can. We will make sure the stories are written and in next week's paper as it is important to Kody that the kids get...

  • Chinook & Harlem Grapplers Wrestle Well; Heading to State

    Kody Farmer|Feb 7, 2024

    The Chinook and Harlem boys and girls wrestling teams were back in action this past Friday and Saturday. The Sugarbeeters and Wildcats were in Wolf Point competing at the North-East Divisional. The 'Beeter girls wrestled well, sending all three girls to state this weekend. Sophomore Emma Klingaman won the 126-pound title. The Lady Cats shined as well; sophomore Cyla Adams claimed the girls 114 crown, and had multiple podium finishes as well. The 'Beeter boys and Wildcats had a tougher go of...

  • Sugarbeeters Continue their undefeated Season, beating Fairfield & Cut Bank

    Kody Farmer|Feb 7, 2024

    The Sugarbeeters run their record to 16-0 following a tight win over Fairfield on Thursday night and a comfortable win in Cut Bank on Saturday. The Eagles got on the scoreboards first with a fast break just a minute into the game. Junior Hannah Schoen got a nice bucket inside from junior Alexus Seymour to cut the lead to two with six minutes remaining in the first quarter. Senior Halle Neibauer knocked down two free throws to even the score, 4-4. The Eagles soon after knocked down a corner three...

  • Turner Girls get past Box Elder, fall Short to Fort Benton

    Kody Farmer|Feb 7, 2024

    The Turner Tornado girls basketball team has been playing some inspired basketball lately. First, they took on the Box Elder Bears in a District 9C contest. The girls played really well together and pulled off a comfortable 48-35 win over the Bears. On Saturday, the Tornadoes found themselves in a battle in Fort Benton with both teams being tested until the end. Against Box Elder, the Turner Tornadoes found themselves in a defensive battle early, trailing just 10-9 after the first quarter....

  • Tornadoes fall to Box Elder, Bounce back to take Fort Benton

    Kody Farmer|Feb 7, 2024

    The Turner Tornadoes boys basketball team hosted the Box Elder Bears this past Friday in a District 9C contest. On Saturday, the team traveled to Fort Benton to face the Longhorns in another important District 9C contest. Friday night, the Bears got the best of the Tornadoes, 88-79. On Saturday, the boys were able to turn it around and pick up a 52-42 win over Fort Benton. The Tornadoes got off to a slow start on Friday against the Box Elder Bears, falling behind 20-8 in the first quarter of act...

  • 'Beeters Fall to Fairfield & Cut Bank

    Kody Farmer|Feb 7, 2024

    As the season winds down, the Beeter Boys are desperately looking to pick up some wins. This past weekend they were home. On Thursday night, the 'Beeters hosted the Fairfield Eagles in a district 1B match up. The Eagles got the best of the 'Beeters taking home a 65-46 victory. Two nights later, the 'Beeters were in Cut Bank looking for another opportunity to pick up a district 1B win. The 'Beeters were unable to claim a victory, falling 63-45. The Eagles opened up the game with a basket less...

  • Hays/LP Girls & Boys Fall to Big Sandy Pioneers

    Kody Farmer|Feb 7, 2024

    The Hays/Lodge Pole boys and girls' basketball teams each played just one game this past week. On Friday, February 2, the Thunderbirds welcomed the Big Sandy Pioneers to town in a classic District 9C contest. The boys turned in a valiant effort, matching the Pioneers step for step before falling 44-40. In the girl's game, the Thunderbirds never really got going in a tough 63-24 set back. The Thunderbird girls got a three point bucket from sophomore Chynelle McConnell and a two point bucket from...

  • Chinook Continues to dominate, improving record to 13-0

    Kody Farmer|Jan 31, 2024

    Back on the court again this past Thursday, the Chinook Sugarbeeter girls basketball team welcomed the Choteau Bulldogs to town. With a strong start, senior Hallie Neibauer knocked down a triple and scored ten points while junior Alexus Seymour added six points on three baskets, sending the 'Beeters to the locker room with a solid 40-7 lead. At the start of the third quarter, the 'Beeters' offense stayed strong, scoring 14 points in the frame. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs tallied eight and trailed...

  • 'Beeter Boys go 1-2, take down Cowboys 55-47

    Kody Farmer|Jan 31, 2024

    On Thursday, the Chinook boys took on the Choteau Bulldogs at home. The game started with the Beeters gaining seven points from senior Jackson Nordboe while giving up 15 points to the Bulldogs. Trailing 15-11 in the second quarter, the Beeters offense fell short, scoring just seven points. Junior Landen Beck scored three to go with a pair of free-throws and senior Gyme Kelly added two points of his own. As the teams started the second half, it seemed as though Choteau had all the momentum and...

  • 'Beeters perform well in Malta; Harlem battles illness

    Kody Farmer|Jan 31, 2024

    The Chinook Sugarbeeters participated in the Malta Invitational on Saturday, where many ‘Beeters found success on the podium and, for the Chinook girls, Sophomore Emma Klingaman won it all. The Harlem girls performed at the Cascade girls tournament, but the results were not posted on Track Wrestling. As for the Harlem Boys, they were hit with illness, but look to bounce back in time for Divisional. Saturday in Malta, eighth grader, Hayden Berreth found success in the tournament winning the 120 pound weight class. Berreth went 3-0 on the w...

  • Turner wins two - tops North Star and North Country

    Kody Farmer|Jan 31, 2024

    The Turner Tornadoes have proven to be a truly competitive team this season and picked up two wins this past weekend taking down the North Star Knights 55-40 at home, and the North Country Mavericks on the road in a hard fought 61-59 win to improve to 8-6 on the season. Friday night against the Knights Turner took a big lead early, 20-4. The second quarter was a bit more competitive offensively with the tornadoes outscoring the Knights 12-10 to lead 32-14 at intermission. The teams traded...

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