Pictured left to right: Head coach Sharilyn Kortum, Lindsay Stickel, Anna Fredrickson, Caitlin Lantis, Layna Grue, Caty Morrison, Alyssa Morast, Tyra Fuhrman, Halle Keltner, Lexie Schlosser, Mikayla Ridenhower, Randee Shannon, Deanna Loomis, Asst. Coach Les Thomason; (front row) Managers Katelynn Mendenhall, Loni Kortum, J’Nai Lobdell and Bailey Kortum.
The Glendive wrestling team claimed the Eastern A divisional title Saturday in Laurel. Terry High School seniors Layne Lantis and Tyler Forcella, who co-op with the team, were among the 13 who placed in their weight classes — with Lantis earning first in the 135 weight class and Forcella earning third in the 130 class.
Weekend games found the Terry teams on top of the Hysham Pirates and Plevna Cougars. Terry hosted the Pirates Friday night for their final home game of the season while traveling to Plevna Saturday.
Terry’s Tyler Forcella and Layne Lantis continue to excel for the Glendive Red Devil’s wrestling team. The two Terry High School seniors earned top ratings in a statewide coaches poll recently. The results are listed below.
Anna Fredrickson takes the ball down court during Thursday night’s
matchup against the Rosebud Wranglers.
The following stats are from Thursday’s home games against the Rosebud Wranglers and Friday’s games at Wibuax, as well as Monday night’s makeup game in Melstone.
The following stats are from Friday’s home games against the Jordan Mustangs and Saturdays games at Northern Cheyenne.
Sergey Fredrickson takes a shot during Friday’s game against Ekalaka.
The Terriers took on Ekalaka at home Friday evening, with the boys winning 49-38. The Lady Terriers fell short by two for a final score of 49-51.
The Terriers returned with two wins each, starting off 2013 on positive footing. Although not as competitive as some other teams in the conference, both games — Friday’s game in Rosebud and Saturday’s home game against the Plevna Cougars — add wins to the Terrier conference stats.
They are lining up and ready to play. That’s according Sharilyn Kortum, one of a handful of organizers preparing for the crowd pleasing and popular alumni basketball games. With players spanning from 1976 to 2012 graduates, this year’s games are sure to entertain, Kortum said.