He set a goal at the beginning of the season to be a state champion, and he accomplished that goal Saturday in Helena.
Terry High School senior Layne Lantis will head to state after capturing
the top spot in the three-mile cross country course in Sidney with a time
of 15:35.60. Submitted Photo
By Kevin Miller
Gathering for a post-game huddle the Terriers listened as head coach
recapped the Friday evening game against Hysham.
Tribune Photo Kristy Shannon
Terry’s gridders traveled to Hysham Friday evening in what became a conference battle for positioning against the Pirates for second and third place. Terry lost 28-39.
Friday, Sept 28
Tyler Sackman rushes with the ball.
Terry hosted the Jordan Mustangs on Saturday, adding another win to the Terrier season with a final score of 84-44. Terry’s record is now 3-2.
Brady Strasheim, at far left, and Jordan Lassle block for rusher DuWayne
Wrapping up an even 2-2 season so far, the Terry gridders rolled past the Rosebud Wranglers Saturday afternoon, 57-12.
Junior Alyssa Morast goes up for a block.
The Lady Terriers breezed past the Rosebud Wranglers and Savage Warriors in 3, but fell to the Jordan Mustangs in a 1-3 match up. The following are stats provided by coaching staff.
Sergey Fredrickson maneuvers his way past two Fusion defensive players
during the second half of Saturday’s game. Tribune Photo Rio Johnson
The Terry High School gridders took on the Savage Warriors Friday evening on the Warriors’ homefield, ending with a 44-22 win.
Terry’s junior high player Shad Mack extends his arm to block a young
Savage Warrior as he rushes the ball downfield. The junior high teams
faced off Friday afternoon on the Warriors’ homefield, ending the game
with a Terrier victory, 45-24. Tribune Photo Kristy Shannon