Several Montana schools are closed Thursday because of bitter cold.
In the week that was in girls basketball, no team is safe in the Eastern A, Great Falls keeps winning, and Wibaux makes a stand. Here, then, are a few of the headlines from last week:
A decade-long legal effort by leaders of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe to force the St. Labre Indian School to share its wealth has reached the Montana Supreme Court.
Bucky Old Elk from Ashland cheers for St. Labre as they take on Big Sandy in the State Class C Boys Basketball Tournament tn the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark Friday afternoon, March 2, 2012.
The Absarokee Huskies successfully challenged the St. Labre Braves Monday, March 7th in Miles City to advance to the State C boy's basketball tournament in Bozeman. The Huskies will face Arlee in the first game of round one on Thursday.
UPDATE: We received results from the Hardin Invite today and team scores were kept at the round-robin meet. Here they are: Laurel 108, Hardin 106, Colstrip 101, Cody, Wyo. 95, Miles City 67, Columbus-Absarokee 56, Glendive 51, Billings Central 49, Sidney JV 49, Wolf Point 28, Broadus 20, St.…
Team of the week: Tip of the cap here to Three Forks. The Wolves won three games in five days, all of them league games, by beating Whitehall (53-52), Manhattan (42-33) and Townsend (51-42). Three Forks has won four in a row and stands at 6-2 overall and 5-0 in the 5B.
Here we go into the new year …
Fairfield vs. Shelby, another round of Harlem vs. Plentywood, Columbus vs. Project and Colstrip vs. Baker. It's championship night in the B districts. How will those go and what will that mean for the divisionals? And what about St. Labre 117, Lame Deer 106? Broadview-Lavina has claimed the …