BOZEMAN — Ruby Kallenbach made it clear to teammate Kelsey Seleg where the ball was to be placed on game point.
Forsyth beat Huntley Project in five sets to win the Class B championship at the state volleyball tournament. The Red Devils had won the previous five titles.
BOZEMAN — This wasn’t a volleyball match.
BOZEMAN – According to the submitted roster, Faith Taylor is 5 feet, 5 inches tall.
Ruby Kallenbach of Forsyth has signed a letter of intent to join the No. 1-ranked women's volleyball program at Rocky Mountain College next season, Battlin' Bears' coach Laurie Kelly announced on Tuesday.
The block went up and the ball went down. An exuberant Ruby Kallenbach turned to celebrate with her teammates.
Forsyth finished the game on a 10-0 run to come from behind to beat Red Lodge 45-38 in a girls basketball Southern B semifinal game. Kaylee Zard paced Forsyth with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Three other players scored six points each and another three scored four points each for a balanced output.
Huntley Project swept its way to the undefeated semifinal, and Forsyth rallied from a two sets to one deficit to beat Red Lodge in a quarterfinal.
The volleyball season for the Forsyth Dogies hasn’t quite reached breakthrough status yet. But it’s getting there. The Dogies started the week at 15-5 overall, one of the program’s best starts under coach Deb Cole, who is in her 10th season at Forsyth. And they’ve got a couple other mileston…
When you think of prominent Class B sports programs, teams like Baker, Malta, and Fairfield come to mind. You wouldn’t normally think of the Forsyth Dogies, but 2012 isn’t your normal year.
Forsyth head coach Deb Cole and players Allie Cole, Madyson Klapmeier, and Ruby Kallenbach talk about the Lady Dogies' season and their goals as postseason play nears.