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Terriers named to conference and state teams

  Three Terriers were named for the 2011 Eastern Division of the Six-Man All Conference team. They are: Seniors Talon Mack and Trevor Pisk and junior DJ Hubbert.

The list of players included on the Six-Man All Conference team follows:
Chris Reynolds, Sr., Savage
Braden Ler, Sr., Savage
Shad Stanford, Sr., Savage
Charlie Switzer, Sr., R & L
Trevor Pisk, Sr., Terry
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Alumni players sought for holiday basketball games

  It’s nearing time to hit the court, so register early.

That’s the call of organizers who are preparing this year’s Terry High School alumni women’s and men’s basketball games.  
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Lady Terriers end season at district tourney

Thursday, October 27 at Glendive, District 2C 

Ekalaka def. Terry 3-0
25-19, 25-16, 25-9
Kills - 13, Amy Browning 6,  Caty Morrison 4, Lexie Schlosser 2, Ashley Morast 1; Assists - 14, Lindsay Stickel 11, Schlosser 3; Ace Serves - 14, Schlosser 6, Stickel 4, Morrison 2, Browning and Anna Fredrickson 1 each.
 
Friday, October 28 at Glendive, District 2C 
Terry def. St. Labre 3-0
25-15, 25-14, 25-16, 
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Terriers finish season at first round playoff game against Stanford/Geyser


Weston Luedtke and Zack Huber in offensive action during Saturday’s first-round playoff game.   Photo Courtesy Kirstin Mack

  Terry High School football team traveled to Stanford Saturday to take on the Wolverines in a first round matchup. 

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Terriers to travel to Stanford for playoff

 

      
DJ Hubbert scores a touchdown during Friday evening’s game in Ekalaka.
Photo Courtesy Kirstin Mack

         The Terry High School football team finished regular season with a win, beating  Ekalaka on the Bulldogs’ home turf, 32-21, Friday evening. 

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Hysham check station results listed

From Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks

  The Hysham check station was open Oct. 8, 9, 10 Saturday, Sunday and Monday the opening weekend of antelope and pheasant seasons. According to station personnel Saturday was very slow; Sunday was steady and close to average for an opening weekend. Monday was steady to start with but dropped off dramatically by mid-late afternoon.

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Varsity teams dominate in games against Wibaux and Rosebud, fall to Jordan

Terrier gridders defeat Rosebud, ready for home action against Denton 

  The Terriers varsity football team hosted the Rosebud Wranglers, Saturday, Sept. 17. In a morning greeted with drizzling rain, Terrier fans and players were welcomed with clearer conditions by afternoon game time.

The Terriers dominated the field ending with a final score of 62-19. 
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Terry varsity volleyball takes win in tough fought 5-game evening

 Saturday evening’s homecoming volleyball match against Hysham gave hometown players and fans plenty of tense moments, as the Terriers squeezed by with a 3-2 win over the Pirates.

 
Terry vs Hysham 3-2
19-25, 25-19, 25-14, 18-25, 15-12
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Terry gridders capture win from Pirates for homecoming game

  The Terry Terriers faced the Hysham Pirates Saturday afternoon at home for the Terriers’ homecoming football game.

The blistering temperatures reaching into the 90s, seemed to drain players from both teams pretty quickly, noted head coach Nathan Christofferson. 
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Varsity volleyball split weekend games

 The following game stats were provided by volleyball head coach Tammi Prete.

 
 
Friday, Sept. 2 at Rosebud
Terry vs Rosebud 3-0
25-13, 25-11, 25-9
Kills - 10, Amy Browning and Lindsay Stickel leading each with 3, Caty Morrison and Alyssa Morast 2; Assists - Lindsay Stickel 2; Ace Serves - 8, Amy Browning 3, Ashley Morast 2, Anna Fredrickson, Alyssa Morast and Lexie Schlosser each with 1; Blocks - 3, Caty Morrison 2, Alyssa Morast 1
 
Saturday, Sept. 3 at Terry
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