Monthly archive

February, 2014

  • Ken Bray ATF Special Agent contacted CCN to inform about the arrest of an individual in the 550 lb of explosives theft from a bunker just south of Red Lodge. Montana's Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Rod Ostermiller said marshals and members of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives took 32-year-old Budd James Nesius of Wheatland,...
  • What a fight back it was! The Red Lodge Rams down 35-26 coming into the final quarter of the 4B Girls District Final against the Shepherd Fillies found the strength and will power to tie up the game at the final buzzer 41-41, sending the encounter into overtime. It was an amazing finale to the tournament. Every time the Rams descended on the...
  • The Bridger Lady Scouts took on the Plenty Coups Lady Warriors after an early loss to the Harlowton Engineers. The Scouts kept pace with the Warriors ending the 1st quarter tied at 10. However, from that point on the Warriors would slowly start to pull away from the Scouts. The Warriors began to make it difficult for the Scouts to score in the...
  • The Bridger Scouts opened up the district tournament in Huntley against the Park City Panthers. The Scouts battled with the Panthers and kept it close, but due to some hot shooting from behind the arch, the Panthers would go onto win 52-46. With the early loss, the Scouts drew a second round matchup against the Reed Point Renegades. The Renegades...
  • Joliet girls J-Hawks team never really had the chance to get going in this tournament and prove themselves. Having lost to Huntley in the first round they then got a Bye into the loser out game against Columbus. The winner would proceed to the Consolation game. The first quarter was a tight affair with the score ending 7-7. Columbus’ Rachel...
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