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Terriers finish season in Denton with 5-3 record

 By Coach Casey Schladweiler and Kay Braddock

  
         Wind gusts of up to 60-miles per-hour met the Terry Terriers as they traveled to Denton, in what would turn out to be their final game of the season.

The second ranked Denton Trojans overtook the Terriers 58-26 in the first round of playoff action. 
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Terriers stomp Wranglers at home

 By Coach Schladweiler

 
Terry football played their last home game of the season on Saturday, hosting the Rosebud Wranglers. Before the game the two seniors on the squad, Tanner Stickel and Taylor Pisk were honored for their participation in the football program. 
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Seniors honored at final regular home game

 By Sharilyn Kortum

 
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Terriers gain win in Lambert

 
On Wednesday the Terrier football team traveled to Lambert to take on the R & L Fusion (Richey  and Lambert) in a game that would determine Terry’s playoff hopes. The weather could not decide what it wanted to do. There was rain, freezing rain, sleet, and even a little snow.  This did not dampen the boys’ spirit.
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Youth bags alligator in Fla.

 By Amanda Breitbach Ragsdale
Yellowstone Newspapers

        D.J. Hubbert has an unusual trophy to display.

The 15-year-old, a freshman at Terry High School, bagged an 8-foot, 6-inch alligator this August on a hunt in Tallahassee, Fla.
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Terry gridders score first win of season

By Coach Casey Shladweiler 

        The Terrier football team traveled to Frazer on Saturday to take on the Bearcubs.

Terry’s kick off to began the game, with  Tanner Stickel recovering the onside kick. It only took the Terriers three plays to find the end zone when Weston Luedtke ran to the end zone from 23 yards out. Jerett Freiboth hit Tanner Stickel for the extra point pass. 
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Lady Terriers compete in fun tourney

 By Coach Jasmine Freiboth

        The Terriers traveled to Scobey Saturday morning to participate in a fun tourney, which helped the team gain great experience for what many potential divisionals opponents may look like. 

  The Terriers won all four games of pool play (two games to 25, winning by two, and combining the two scores for points). They advanced into first place with 200 out of 2002 points. 
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Lady Terriers get win over Mustangs

 By Sharilyn Kortum

 
With only one game on their schedule over the Homecoming weekend, the Lady Terriers were able to catch their breath before heading into the last third of their season. The Jordan Lady Mustangs came to town Saturday night to compete against the host Terriers. The Terriers’ varsity girls finished the Mustangs in just three games while the junior varsity squad lost, but took the match to the full five games.
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Hysham’s potent offense gets best of Terrier gridders

  The 2009 Homecoming football game pitted the Terriers against the third ranked Hysham Pirates. Although both teams came out fired up and ready for afternoon action, the Pirates came away with a 60-20 win over the Terriers.

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Netters face home and away games

 By Sharilyn Kortum

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