The Terriers’ 2011-12 basketball season ended at the District 4C tournament held in Miles City, after both the boys’ and girls’ teams suffered disappointing losses.
Senior Trevor Pisk goes up for a basket during Saturday’s game
Terry teams competed in two games this past week, beginning with Tuesday night’s matchup in Wibuax where the boys came up short 42-48 and the girls fell to the Lady Longhorns 39-69.
Sophomore Caitlin Lantis works past a Hysham defender during Saturday
Friday, Jan 20 at home
Lexie Schlosser moves the ball downcourt.
Terry boys hosted St. Labre Friday night.
"With Terry seeded 6th in the state, St. Labre was number one, we knew we would have a tough and well matched game," head coach Nathan Christofferson said in an email to the Tribune.
Public meetings on Montana’s proposed hunting seasons and regulations for 2012-2013 are set for two eastern Montana communities in January.
The Terry High School boys basketball season opener started December 9 with the Terriers traveling to Poplar. Terry won 66-54.
A spaghetti dinner that will support the Terrier cheerleading squad is planned for Saturday, Dec. 17 in conjunction with the Terriers’ first home basketball game. The dinner will help pay for the squad’s uniforms and warm-ups, according to cheerleading coach Shawna Christofferson.
From Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks
Hysham check station was open Saturday and Sunday, November 26-27, 2011. A total of 194 hunters came through the station. Hunters harvested 81 mule deer: 70 bucks and 11 does, along with 35 white-tails composed of 24 bucks and 11 does. In addition, 18 pheasants, 8 sharp-tails, 3 turkeys and 92 geese were counted through the check station.
Terry High School juniors, Tyler Forcella and Layne Lantis are competing again this year with the Dawson County High School Wrestling team.