TROY SHOCKLEY firstname.lastname@example.org | Helena Independent Record The Capital High boys had their best defensive effort of the season on Saturday afternoon, but Kody Jarvis made sure it wasn’t quite enough. The Bruins, trailing Kalispell Glacier by just three in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter, were threatening to hand the Wolfpack just their second...Read More
Story from Great Falls Tribune – Lee Vernoy Triple overtime was not an option Saturday night. In fact, it wasn’t even a gleam in anyone’s eyes. C.M. Russell could never get anything going offensively after Kalispell Glacier opened their non-league Class AA game on a 7-0 run and carried it to the bank with a...Read More
Big shots and tough defense allowed Glacier to run away with a crosstown victory at Flathead High, beating the Braves 55-39 in a Western AA boys basketball contest on Tuesday night. In a low-scoring first half, Glacier was able to pull away from Flathead early thanks to a pair of 3-pointers midway through the first...Read More
By DAVID LESNICK The Daily Inter Lake The season’s first crosstown basketball matchup for Glacier and Flathead tips off tonight at Flathead High School. The girls have the honor of going first with a 6 p.m. start. The boys follow at approximately 8. This series has been dominated by the Glacier boys and girls. The...Read More
The Wolfpack (3-6) allowed 27 points in a high-scoring final period but was able to maintain a comfortable cushion by regularly converting at the charity stripe. Glacier made 26 of 31 free throws in the game. Tadan Gilman led the Pack with 17 points. Blayne Bailey, Noah Lindsay and Dylan Ruggles each scored 12. Matthew...Read More
As far as apes go, this was no gorilla. But it still felt good to toss it away. Glacier snapped a five-game losing streak behind a suffocating zone defense, knocking off Class A Frenchtown 53-41 Friday night in the first-ever boys basketball meeting between the two schools at Glacier. “It’s nice for us to get...Read More
Everything was cold for the Wolfpack on Saturday afternoon. With singledigit temperatures outside, the Glacier boys struggled to find any warmth on the basketball court, falling 3632 to Missoula Sentinel in a lowscoring Western AA conference game. Glacier jumped out to a big lead in the first quarter, getting four points each from Noah Lindsay and Blayne...Read More
Great Falls High head boys’ basketball coach Bob Howard called Friday night’s 22-point loss an “eye opener, a wake-up call.” “We just didn’t come out with enough energy and we didn’t hustle enough,” junior guard Kody Torgerson said of the game against Missoula Hellgate. “They just wanted it more.” The Bison bounced back in a...Read More
The Glacier boys pressed and ran past Columbia Falls, using their size and athleticism to run away with a non-conference win at home. The Wolfpack opened the game on a 14-4 run and closed the first quarter with nine-straight points to take a 25-10 lead after the first eight minutes. Columbia Falls began to find its form in the second quarter...Read More
New-look Glacier boys have big holes to fill By Andy Viano The Daily Inter Lake | Posted: Thursday, December 10, 2015 10:41 pm Even before it happened, this year’s Glacier team was going to look a whole lot different than a season ago. Gone already were seven graduated seniors, including honorable mention all-conference guard Sam McCamley, the Wolfpack’s second...Read More
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