By Kay Johnson
Now into the second week of practices, the Terry High School basketball season is just kicking into gear with coaches from both the girls and boys teams expecting strong, competitive action on the court from their players. Despite the loss of three seniors from last year, overall player numbers for the girls team has remained steady for the 2012-13 season — down only one, from 14 to 13 players.
Thursday, Nov. 1
DJ Hubbert carries the ball. Tribune Photo Kristy Shannon
Traveling to Bridger Saturday for the opening round of the 6-man playoffs, the Terries’ 2012 football season ended with a 62-22 loss.
Finishing fourth at the 2C District tournament the Lady Terriers will advance to play at the Eastern C Divisional tourney Nov. 1-3. Their first game will be Thursday at 10 a.m. against Westby-Grenora
Terry’s final game of the regular season took place Saturday, when they hosted Westby/Genora.
He set a goal at the beginning of the season to be a state champion, and he accomplished that goal Saturday in Helena.
Terry High School senior Layne Lantis will head to state after capturing
the top spot in the three-mile cross country course in Sidney with a time
of 15:35.60. Submitted Photo
By Kevin Miller
Gathering for a post-game huddle the Terriers listened as head coach
recapped the Friday evening game against Hysham.
Tribune Photo Kristy Shannon
Terry’s gridders traveled to Hysham Friday evening in what became a conference battle for positioning against the Pirates for second and third place. Terry lost 28-39.
Friday, Sept 28
Tyler Sackman rushes with the ball.
Terry hosted the Jordan Mustangs on Saturday, adding another win to the Terrier season with a final score of 84-44. Terry’s record is now 3-2.