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Terrier tracksters move on to divisionals in Laurel

The Terry High School track team traveled to the District  meet in Baker on Thursday and performed very well. The athletes listed below will be hitting the road for the Divisional meet in Laurel on Thursday.

Below are the results from the District meet:
Boys
400 Meters- Lane Stickel    57.06 4th Place
1600 Meters- Jason Loomis    5:33.55    5th Place
3200 Meters- Jason Loomis    11:23.14 2nd Place; Sean Loomis     12:17.54 5th Place

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Making the cut: Halle Keltner and Lane Stickel compete at top ten meet in Glasgow.

Halle Keltner and Lane Stickel both earned their place to compete in the Top Ten track meet in Glasgow. Halle took 3rd in both Discus (1kg - 13-05) and Shot Put (4kg - 35-11.50) with Lane taking 9th place in the triple jump (39’ 3”). The Top Ten meet takes the top ten competitors from around the area schools. A, B and C schools are all included in the Top Ten meet so making the cut to attend is a huge honor.

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The Terry High School track team traveled to the Glendive Elks Meet

The Terry High School track team traveled to the Glendive Elks Meet

Boys
400 Meters- Lane Stickel 55.76 9th place
800 Meters- Tristian Davis 2:32.20; Sean Loomis 2:32.26; Gabriel Wears2:35.09

1600 Meters- Jason Loomis 5:22.24;
Tristian Davis 5:26.94;
Gabriel Wears 6:05.51

3200 Meters- Jason Loomis 11:43.96 6th place

Shot Put- 12lb- Tyrel Huseby 26-04.00; Sean Loomis 26-03.00
Discus - 1.6kg- Austin Kountz 76-07

Long Jump-
Lane Stickel 19-00.00 9th place

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Public invited to hear Rocky Erickson speak at school

The public is invited to come out and support the Terrier athletics at their annual sports banquet on Monday, May 4 at 7 p.m. featuring Montana sportscaster, Rocky Erickson, at the Ray Frank Gymnasium in Terry. Erickson has promised to inspire our athletes and community with Terry Terrier athletic history.

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District 4C Basketball tourney action - Terriers basketball season comes to an end

​Wednesday morning, the number 8 seeded Lady Terriers took on the number 1 ranked Broadus Hawks to start off the District Tournament. ​The first half looked good with the Terriers keeping it close for a halftime score of 14-24. Broadus’ shooting and Terry’s lack of in the second half, along with Terry’s many turnovers led to a final score of 16-54. The Broadus Hawks moved on to play the semi-final game against Melstone. The Lady Terriers went on to play the Northern Cheyenne Eagles in loser out action on Thursday.

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Tournament action begins Wednesday

As the last regular season games came to an end, conference standings are now final. The Lady Terriers are 8th in the conference and will be playing the Broadus Hawks on Wednesday February 18th at 11:00 a.m. to kick off the District tournament.

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Terriers fall short in games against Hawks


The Terry Boys had a challenging weekend as they faced the Broadus Hawks.
Without a full roster and having some key injuries, the boys were still able to keep the score within 7 points for most of the game, one time even leading by 9. When leading scorers Dylan McCulley and Lane Stickel both fouled out in the fourth quarter, Terry just couldn’t hold their momentum.  The final score was 50-54 with the Terriers falling short by only four points.

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Terriers fall to Savage Warriors Friday at away game

 By Coach Greg Mendenhall

 

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Terriers shut out Rosebud team 3-0 during Friday’s away game

 By Coach Sheryl Morast

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Cross country team competing at meets

 

 

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