Terry’s Brady Strasheim and Kyle Lassle are playing Legion baseball this season with the Miles City Mavericks.
Eastern Montana’s weather has served up less than favorable results for this year’s track and field athletes — but that’s nothing new. Windy, rainy cold conditions with sprinklings of snow is something Terry High School head coach Leann Lantis says she has become accustomed to seeing each year.
Despite cooler temperatures, the Terry High School track team gathered Saturday with other area schools to compete in Baker.
The Terry High School track team competed at the Wibaux Invitational meet held in Glendive April 4 at the Dawson County High School track and field. Eighteen teams competed in the day’s events.
Matt McDaniel throws the shot put during Tuesday afternoon’s practice.
Terry High School’s track team is starting out on firm footing, according to head coach Leann Lantis.
District 4C Boys
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.