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  • Lady Tornadoes split weekend games against North Star & North Country

    Kody Farmer|Jan 31, 2024

    The Turner Tornadoes were at home on Friday night taking on the North Star Knights in an important District 9C contest. Saturday they were on the road to Whitewater to face the North Country Mavericks in a non-conference clash. Turner was able to pick up a win over North Star, 56-33. Against the Mavericks they were less fortunate, falling 73-30. On Friday night, the Tornadoes welcomed the Knights to town looking to add a win to the win column. The Tornadoes opened up with a nice first quarter, getting three-point buckets from freshman Ali...

  • Both Lady Cats and Wildcats fall to Poplar

    Kody Farmer|Jan 31, 2024

    On Saturday, the Harlem Lady Cats and Wildcats welcomed the Poplar Indians to town in a district 2B match that could carry some weight come the postseason. For the girls game the first period saw six players score for the Lady Cats, tallying 11 points, while the Indians dropped 22 to take a 22-11 first quarter lead. In the second quarter, Junior Aaraya Mount knocked down a triple and freshman Maddy Mount hit two for two from the free-throw line, but Harlem only saw their deficit grow, trailing 34-20 at the break. Senior Emma Billmayer came out...

  • 'Beeters rally past Fort Benton 48-33, Slip by Shelby 55-44

    Kody Farmer|Jan 24, 2024

    The Chinook Sugarbeeter hosted an old foe from District 9C on Friday night in the Fort Benton Longhorns. Chinook fought their way to a 48-33 win. On Saturday, the girls traveled west to Shelby to take on the Coyotes in a district 1B match. The Coyotes gave the 'Beeters all they could handle but in the end it was Chinook earning a 55-44 win. Chinook started off with Senior Jenna Liddle scoring five points, including one from downtown. Junior Addison Olson added a triple of her own and freshman...

  • Thunderbirds Fall To North Star and Chester/JI In Tight Contest

    Kody Farmer|Jan 24, 2024

    This past week, the Hays Lodgepole Thunderbirds played a pair of District 9C contests beginning with North Star on Friday night, where the Thunderbirds fell 40-35. The following night, the Thunderbirds hosted the Chester Joplin Inverness Hawks and, while doing their best to stay close, it was the Hawks that took a 49-36 win. Friday night in Gilford, the Thunderbirds got off to a fast start with a three-point bomb from junior Hadley Not Afraid. Senior Nina Fox added six more points, helping the Thunderbirds score 11 points in the opening frame...

  • Lady Cats fall to Glasgow and Malta

    Kody Farmer|Jan 24, 2024

    The Harlem Lady Cats began the week with a 2B contest against the Glasgow Scotties where they fell 54-33. Saturday back home, they faced a stiff test in district 2B foe, Malta, where they fell 70-39. Friday in Glasgow, the Lady Cats got three balls from freshman Maddy Mount and junior Raelynne Briere, while also getting buckets from junior Aaraya Mount and Senior Tova Anderson, who accounted for the teams 10 first quarter points while the defense gave up 13 heading into the second quarter....

  • Turner falls to Chester/JI and Big Sandy

    Kody Farmer|Jan 24, 2024

    The Turner girls traveled west on Friday, January 19, where they fell to the Chester Joplin Inverness Hawks 51-30. On Saturday, January 20th, the Turner Tornadoes welcomed the Big Sandy Pioneers to town. Big Sandy got off to a quick early start and never looked back in a 58-43 win. On Friday night, the girls made the trip west to take on the Chester Joplin Inverness Hawks. The Hawks started fast, getting 14 points right out of the gate, while the Tornadoes managed just six from Ali Doyle and Bri...

  • Beeters cage longhorns 77-62, fall to Shelby 72-44

    Kody Farmer|Jan 24, 2024

    The Chinook Sugarbeeters had a non-conference tilt Friday night versus the Fort Benton Longhorns. A game that went the way of the Sugarbeeter, 77-62. Saturday night, they traveled to Shelby to take on the Coyotes in a District 2B conference match. When the final bell rang, it was Shelby 72, Chinook 44. The Longhorns scored early and often in the first quarter, putting 20 points on the scoreboard. Meanwhile, the Sugarbeeters got nine points from junior Carson Nissen and four points from senior...

  • Tornadoes fall in overtime to Big Sandy, loses in Chester

    Kody Farmer|Jan 24, 2024

    The Turner Tornadoes were in Chester on Friday to challenge the Hawks in a District 9C battle. In a game that saw both teams have their chances in a back and forth game, it was the Hawks that secured a 46-39 victory over the Tornadoes. Saturday the Tornadoes returned home to take on the Big Sandy Pioneers. In a contest that went to the wire, it was Big Sandy that secured a 51-48 overtime win over the Tornadoes. Turner got off to a hot start with Senior Trent Billmayer knocking down a couple of...

  • Wildcats Drop Two 2B Conference Contests Between Glasgow and Malta

    Kody Farmer|Jan 24, 2024

    The Harlem Wildcats have been knocking on the door for some big victories and, while there has been no shortage of effort, the wins just haven't come. This past weekend, the Wildcats fell on the road 64-54 to the Glasgow Scotties. On Saturday, they hosted the Malta Mustangs, where they suffered a 98-71 setback. Against the Scotties, the Wildcats garnered 10 first quarter points, seven of which came off the hands of Sophomore Cody McCabe. Meanwhile, the Scotties managed to put up 19 in the...

  • Beeters & Wildcats Wrestle well in Chinook; Girls shine in Lewistown

    Kody Farmer|Jan 24, 2024

    The Chinook Sugarbeeters and Harlem Wildcats participated in the Chinook Mixer on Friday night, giving a chance for fans of both the 'Beeters and the Wildcats to see their team's wrestlers and how they competed. On Saturday, the Chinook Girls as well as the Harlem Lady Cats wrestled in the 2024 Fergus Girls Invite. The Lady Cats finished second in the tournament with a large contingent scoring points. The Lady Cats were led on the podium by Senior Kaitlyn Johnson who went 4-1 on the weekend and...

  • Fairfield Set to Hold Second Annual Jr. Ref Clinic

    Jan 24, 2024

    The Fairfield Basketball Club is pleased to announce that it will be conducting it's second annual JR. REF CLINIC on March 16, 2024, at the Fairfield High School. Last year's clinic, the first ever Jr. Ref Clinic in Montana, was a huge success and other entities are starting to hold their own clinics, in other parts of the state (Rob-bie Tesch, Billings). The JR REF clinic relies on the following groups to make it a success: 1. JR REF attendees: Boys/Girls in grades 6th-12th from anywhere in...

  • Harlem gets by Wolf Point, beats Box Elder, falls to Fairview

    Kody Farmer|Jan 17, 2024

    The Harlem Lady Cats had a busy week on the court. First they were at home for a non-conference clash with the Box Elder Bears this past Thursday. The Lady Cats topped the Bears 73-45. Friday night, they were in Fairview where they fell to the Warriors 53-41. On Saturday, the girls were in Wolf Point for a District 2B clash with the Wolves. The Lady Cats hung on for a 64-61 win. The weekend action left the Lady Cats with a 5-3 record. On Thursday night, the Lady Cats welcomed the Box Elder...

  • Tornadoes Blow by Thunderbirds 78-30

    Kody Farmer|Jan 17, 2024

    The Turner Tornadoes and the Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds each found themselves with just one game this weekend. Both squads saw their Saturday games postponed until a later date. Friday evening, the Tornadoes were in Hays for a District 9C contest. Turner got off to a fast start and never looked back in earning a 78-30 win over the Thunderbirds. Friday night in Hays, Turner senior Ryan Doyle turned in a huge first quarter effort, scoring thirteen points to power a hot start by the Tornadoes....

  • Tornadoes Roll by Hays/LP 58-32

    Kody Farmer|Jan 17, 2024

    The Turner Tornado girls made the short trip south to challenge the Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds in a District 9C contest. Both teams got up and down the court at a good pace, but shooting was a bit of a problem for both teams. In the end, the Tornadoes took home a 48-32 win. The games for Saturday were postponed until a later date. The Tornadoes were set to face the North Star Knights, while the Thunderbirds had their road contest with Fort Benton postponed as well. Turner was looking to get...

  • Wildcats slip by Wolf Point 67-63, fall to Fairview, Box Elder

    Kody Farmer|Jan 17, 2024

    The Harlem Wildcat boys basketball team hosted the Box Elder Bears in a non-conference tilt. The Wildcats had trouble keeping up with the Bears, who eventually took an 82-41 lead over the Wildcats. Friday night they made the long trip east to Fairview to face the Warriors in a District 2B contest. Fairview got their offense and defense rolling early on and took a 73-45 win over the Wildcats. Saturday, the Wildcats got things turned around and played a solid 32 minutes in earning a 67-63. On...

  • Harlem & Chinook Girls Shine in Choteau & Miles City

    Kody Farmer|Jan 17, 2024

    The Chinook and Harlem boys and girls wrestling teams were back in action this past Friday and Saturday. The Sugarbeeters were in Miles City. The boys took part in the 64th annual Cowboy Classic while the girls took part in the 3rd annual Cowgirl Classic. The Wildcats and LadyCats were in Choteau for the Bulldog Classic. The 'Beeters had two boys find a spot on the podium with freshman Walter Schoen and 8th grader Haiden Berreth each finishing in 8th place. On the girls' side, junior Grace Buck...

  • Lady Cats Edge HLP 63-58 & Blows by Nashua 56-15

    Kody Farmer|Jan 10, 2024

    The Harlem Lady Cats and Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds began the new year in Hays, where they played in front of a full Thunderdome crowd packed with faithful fans that were entertained to the fullest by excellent performances from both teams. It was a battle from the start with both teams taking different leads throughout the contest. In the end, it was the Lady Cats that held a 15-14 lead at the end of the first quarter. On Saturday afternoon, the Lady Cats played well, scoring early and often...

  • 8-0 'Beeters Top Fairfield 51-38, Pummel Cut Bank 78-15

    Kody Farmer|Jan 10, 2024

    The Chinook Sugarbeeter girls' basketball team began the New Year with a pair of District 1B Conference tilts. On Friday night, the girls traveled to Fairfield to take on the Eagles in a big early season contest. The 'Beeters controlled the contest from start to finish, using a strong finish to earn a 51-38 win. On Saturday, the 'Beeters welcomed the Cut Bank Wolves to town and put together a huge first half effort as they improved to 8-0, following a 78-15 win over the Wolves. Friday night,...

  • Wildcats top Hays Lodge Pole & Take Down Nashua

    Kody Farmer|Jan 10, 2024

    The Harlem Wildcats and the Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds kicked off the new year this past Tuesday in a contest that drew a huge crowd to the Thunder Dome where fans were cheering on the efforts of both teams. The Wildcats came away with an 81-56 win over the Thunderbirds. The Wildcats jumped out to an early 21-10 lead behind seven points from sophomore Matt Billmayer and sophomore Cole McCabe. Junior William Hughes led the Thunderbirds with five points. Harlem pushed the lead to a 38-14...

  • Bears & Longhorns slip by Tornadoes

    Kody Farmer|Jan 10, 2024

    The Turner Tornadoes began their 2024 this past Friday with a road contest against the undefeated Box Elder Bears. Turner took the Bears to the edge, falling in a hard-fought 46-38 setback. Friday afternoon, they welcomed the Fort Benton Longhorns and again turned in a solid effort, dropping another tough battle to the Longhorns 43-35. Against the Bears last Tuesday, the Tornadoes defense played well, holding the undefeated Bears to an 11-point first quarter, getting a triple and five points...

  • Hays/Lodge Pole Boys and Girls Fall To Big Sandy Pioneers

    Kody Farmer|Jan 10, 2024

    The Hays/Lodge Pole girls' and boys' basketball team headed to Big Sandy on Saturday afternoon to take on the Pioneers. In the girls' contest, it was Big Sandy that collected a 51-32 win over the Thunderbirds. In the boys' contest, it was the Pioneers, again, securing a 92-61 win. On Saturday, the teams were home to face the Rocky Boy Stars, where the boys fell 71-32 while the girls were victorious, 48-40 On Friday afternoon in Big Sandy, the Thunderbirds got a solid performance from Junior...

  • Beeters & Wildcats perform well at CJI Mixer & Find Success in Cut Bank

    Kody Farmer|Jan 10, 2024

    The Chinook Sugarbeeters and Harlem Wildcats took to the mat on Thursday at the Chester/Joplin-Inverness mixer. Friday and Saturday the teams took part in the Wolves Invitational. Both teams performed well Saturday afternoon, with the 'Beeter boys placing one in the invitational while the 'Beeter girls placed three. The Harlem Lady Cats had a number find their way to the podium. The 'Beeter boys got a solid effort from freshman Walter Schoen, who finished fourth at 160 pounds, going 3-2,...

  • Tornadoes Blast Fort Benton and Fall to Box Elder

    Kody Farmer|Jan 10, 2024

    The Turner boys' basketball team was back in action this past Friday and Saturday, hoping to get the year started on a positive note. On Friday, the boys were in Box Elder to challenge Box Elder in a district 9C clash. The Bears took an early lead and never looked back, taking down the Tornadoes 87-69. Saturday, the Tornadoes hosted the Fort Benton Longhorns and played solid basketball for 32 minutes. Turner built a small lead early and continued to build on it for the rest of the contest,...

  • 'Beeter Boys Fall to Fairfield and Cut Bank to start the New Year

    Kody Farmer|Jan 10, 2024

    Friday The 'Beeter boys kicked off 2024 with a road contest in Fairfield this past Friday. The 'Beeters were looking to get the new year started on the right foot and put together a solid effort from start to finish. Chinook played well and held the Eagles in check for much of the contest. In the end, the Eagles had a little more in the tank, pulling out a 74-67 win. Saturday they were back in the friendly confines of the Factory to host the Cut Bank Wolves in another District 1B clash. The Wolv...

  • Thunderbird Boys and Girls Basketball Teams close out '23 With a Pair of Losses to the Box Elder Bears

    Kody Farmer|Jan 3, 2024

    The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds closed out the 2023 portion of their Varsity girls’ and boys’ basketball schedule. The girls played well in the first half before falling to the Box Elder Bears 58-38 on Wednesday, December 20 with the Thunderbirds standing at 2-3. The boys trailed big early and couldn’t close the gap throughout the contest, falling to 0-5 on the season. The Thunderbirds played well in the opening stanza, trading buckets back and forth, trailing 11-10 at the end of eight minutes of action. Box Elder got their offense going...

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