The Terry boys and girls high school track teams will be competing at the Class C state track meet this weekend.
Terry’s B league pitcher Max Eaton throws the ball during Friday night’s
home game against State Farm of Glendive. Terry’s B and C league teams
have played several home games already this season. Games will continue
through the end of June, with the final week’s city league tournament in Glendive.
Young shooters between the ages of 6 and 11 participated in a BB gun shooting contest on Saturday held at the Prairie County Sportsman’s Association’s Trap Range.
The Terry High School track meet had a strong showing in the majority of events at the District 4C track meet held in Baker, Monday, May 6. The boys finished on top of the pack of 10 teams with a total of 144 points, while the girls finished with 127 points, earning second, behind Wibaux.
Terry’s baseball season will be swinging into action with C and B league games on tap for home play this week. Coaches Marty Sackman and Tanner Schillinger have been working with youth the past several weeks, despite dismal weather conditions.
C league games on tap
With four meets under their belt including a strong showing at Glendive’s Elks meet this past weekend, the Terriers track team is heading into the District meet with high expectations.
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.