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Roundup of Thursday western Montana sports

Missoula Hellgate ended its season with a 55-20 loss Thursday at Kalispell Glacier. Jake Rendina racked up 222 yards rushing on 28 carries with four touchdowns for the playoff-bound Wolfpack. Hellgate quarterback Connor Dick completed 15 of 35 passes for 182 yards and a touchdown with three interceptions. Ian Finch had eight catches for 101 yards and a touchdown. Jacob Sweatland carried the ball 15 times for 105 yards and a touchdown. Glacier led 35-20 at halftime and outscored the visitors 20-0 in the second half.
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Montana Prep Football Rankings: Oct. 20

The dust certainly has settled as we reach the eighth week of the high school football rankings. The top two teams in all five classes remained stout. And perhaps other than Fairview (5-2) downing fifth-ranked and previously unbeaten Culbertson (6-1) 30-14 in a seeding game to avenge a season-opening loss (48-14), no major upsets were recorded last week.
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SBLive Power 10 Montana high school football rankings, Week 9: Top-ranked Missoula Sentinel has season-finale test at No. 8 Butte

Each week, SBLive Montana will update its all-classification top-10 high school football rankings. Here is the Week 9 list, compiled by SBLive Montana correspondent Doug Drowley:. 1. MISSOULA SENTINEL (7-0) Last week: Beat Capital, 32-0. This week: Travels to No. 8 Butte on Thursday. Spartans get another Top 10 opponent...

Trio of Montana schools cancel classes amid staffing shortages

GLASGOW, Montana – Three schools in Montana have either gone virtual or closed this week due to COVID-19. Glasgow Public Schools is out this week it said due to staffing issues. The message on the district’s website said: “Due to substitute shortages in the Glasgow School District, we are unable...

COVID is raging in Montana this fall. Here's what that looks like

Over the past couple months, COVID has hit hard in Montana, bringing overloaded hospitals, the pandemic's youngest deaths and the year's deadliest month. It's a lot to process. Here are some of the most important developments you need to know about. K-12 Schools Seeing More COVID Cases Than Last Year...

Three Forks High School Hosting FAFSA Night

Three Forks High School is hosting a FAFSA Night event on Tuesday, October 26at 6 p.m. in the library. Twila Miner, Assistant Director of the Office of Financial Aid Services at Montana State University, will be on hand to assist with FAFSA completion and to answer any questions about the FAFSA and financial aid. Parents are being asked to bring their social security number and 2019-20 tax information.

Students Explore College Programs at TekNoXpo

Illmayer accompanied a small group of juniors and seniors from Chinook High School to Montana State University-Northern (MSUN) on Thursday, October 7, for the TekNoXpo & ShowCASE held on the college campus in Havre. The intention of the TekNoXpo & ShowCASE was to introduce high school students to all that...

Is Montana On The Brink Of Another School Shutdown? Are There Options?

Almost two years ago we got told, "stay home for two weeks". We all know that was not the case and I think we have moved on from it. It just really sucks that two years later we are at higher numbers than ever before. Companies are suffering from an employee shortage, we have all heard about the lack of port entrance on the west coast and the kids, the mental health of our children.