Track Season Update Divisional Track Divisional Golf Results Ennis Golf Meet Results Columbus Invitational Golf Results Journalism Day at UM 2016 Harlo Golf Results Roundup/Park City Meet @ Billings Wes The Sheepherder Photo Contest Winner is…Mesa King! 2016 State FFA Convention Golf Season Begins The Road to State SGHS Cheer Winter Cheer Squad 2016 Sweet Sixteen Singing Valentines Sweet Sixteen Singing Valentines Sweet 16 Sings to Mr. K Sweet 16 Sings to Mr. Campbell FFA South Western Districts 2016 Kiss the Cancer Away KMON 2016 Beloved Actor Alan Rickman Leaves a Legacy My Sad, Sad Finals Poem SGHS Shreds Safely into the Ski Season 2015:  A Year in Review From the High School’s Eyes Seven Reasons Why I HATE the Snow

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Track Season Update

Article By: Paula Berry
May 24 2016

Our Herder track season has gone quite well overall- our weather was decent, we didn't have any meets cancelled, we finished with the same # of kids that we started with.Not to mention- we had a terrific group of kids this year, and we were fortunate to have some great senior leadership.Seniors graduating are: Erin Dringman, Ashley Gunlikson, Hannah Wheeler, Brigit Flanagan, Colton Bice, Drew Pike, Brent Finn, and Luke Rech.I can't begin...

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Divisional Track

Article By: Paula Berry
May 24 2016

15 Track Athletes competed at the Divisional Meet in Laurel last week.The top 8 places go to State. Of our 15, 7 athletes will be advancing.Ashley was 4th in the 100 hurdles, Carrie was 7th in discus, Brent was 8th in the 100 & 6th in long jump, Drew was 6th in javelin, Luke was 6th in high jump,and the boy's mile relay team (of Brent, Luke, Billy, and Kell) had a significant PR of 5 seconds to place ...

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Divisional Golf Results

Article By: Mrs. Campbell
May 10 2016

Top four teams and top fifteen individuals advance to the state meet next week at Pryor Creek and Eagle RockBoys Teams: Colstrip 334; Huntley Project 338; Big Timber 340; Red Lodge 381; Roundup 382; Columbus 388; Shepherd 395; Forsyth 399; Lame Deer 536; Baker NS; Lodge Grass NSIndividuals: Bryce Mocabee, HP, 72; Lane Bradley, Colstrip, 75; Colton Hudson, HP, 76; Danny Friez, For., 79; Peter Brown, Colstrip, 80; Blake Finn, BT, 83; Cliff Weller, BT, 83; Billy Miller, BT, 84; Ryland Stampfel, Columbus, 83; O'Shon OldMouse, Colstrip, 86; Dawson Loewen, RL, 87; Chad Nebel, Shepherd, 87;...

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Journalism Day at UM 2016

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Apr 19 2016

On Thursday April 14th the Sheepherder staff traveled to Missoula for Journalism Day at the Journalism School at the University of Montana. Their articles, papers, and website were submitted to the students and teachers of the J-School to be reviewed. Upon their reviews the student's and teacher's ranked the articles from all Class B schools, here are the results: The Sheepherder Staff won first place for Newspaper Design along with taking the win in Newspaper...

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2016 State FFA Convention

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Apr 11 2016

The Montana FFA 86th Annual State Convention was held on March 30th through April 2nd at Montana State University in Bozeman. Many members from the Big Timber FFA Chapter traveled to the convention and competed. Advisors Gary Mattheis and Casey Lunceford traveled with their teams and worked all year to ensure that each member was prepared for their contest.Teams that competed at this year's state convention included Livestock Evaluation, Farm Business Management, Agronomy, Ag...

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Golf Season Begins

Article By: Mrs. Campbell
Apr 02 2016

The opening meet for the Herder Golfers was at home. They had a great day at the Overland Golf Course. The boys team of Billy Miller, Blake Finn, Cliff Weller, Weston Lavoy, and Christopher Norem placed first with a team score of 362. Billy placed third, Blake Finn and Tanna Campbell both won. Madelyn Emter also placed 16th. It was a great opener for the whole team. ...

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SGHS Cheer Winter Cheer Squad 2016

Article By: Heather Myrstol
Mar 03 2016

Our SGHS Cheer Squad has worked so hard on this awesome routine! We are so proud of their hard work and support for the teams.  They are making us proud! Thanks so much to Heather Myrstol for sharing this video from the tournaments. ...

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Sweet 16 Sings to Mr. Campbell

Article By: Reilly's Phone
Feb 11 2016

The Sweet 16 delivered singing Valentine's today at SGHS and the surrounding community.  We were able to capture a few touching moments with the group. Here is one where they sing to Mr. Campbell.For more pictures or video click here. ...

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KMON 2016

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Feb 02 2016

The Big Timber FFA traveled to Great Falls on January 22nd and 23rd to compete at the 2016 KMON contest. Teams that competed were the Agronomy Team, the Meats Evaluation Team, and the Ag Sales Team. The Agronomy members who competed included Kelli Mack, Carter Brownlee, Caitlyn Corso, and Brigit Flanagan. They took seventh place overall as a team, and Kelli Mack received eleventh place individually. The Meats Evaluation Team included Jared McCoy, Billy Miller, Kyle...

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Beloved Actor Alan Rickman Leaves a Legacy

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Jan 22 2016

Alan Rickman, beloved Harry Potter actor, passed away at the age of 69 from cancer on Thursday, January 14th. It has been said, by BBC, that his battle with cancer was short, and his passing was rather unexpected. Rickman is best known for his role as Professor Snape in the Harry Potter films, but his career actually started on the stage with the UK Royal Shakespeare Company in West London, but Rickman was not seen on...

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SGHS Shreds Safely into the Ski Season

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Jan 11 2016

SGHS has a new club that was started by students, for students. The SGHS Ski Club is open to anyone who wants to go skiing with their friends. Carter Brownlee had the idea to start the club with a few of his friends, and Mr. Hansen is the club advisor. Members of the club ¨Just shred the mountain as much as possible, and help kids out if they need their skis or boards waxed we...

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2015:  A Year in Review From the High School’s Eyes

Article By: Erin Dringman
Jan 08 2016

According to Facebook Newsroom, the topics most talked about in the media in 2015 were: US presidential election November 13 attacks in ParisSyrian civil war & refugee crisisNepal earthquakesGreek debt crisisMarriage equalityFight against ISISCharlie Hebdo attackBaltimore protestsCharleston shooting & flag debateWhile those may have been the most frequented topics on the national or international spectrum, the discussions heard in the hallowed halls of Sweet Grass County High School during the past year generally followed different interests, such...

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Seven Reasons Why I HATE the Snow

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Dec 15 2015

While I do appreciate the beautiful sparkling ground, and the joy of sledding with friends that the snow brings, for me personally the bad of the snow outweighs the good...here is the bad. It´s cold Waking up to weather that is below 0 is not my idea of fun. Your entire wardrobe has to change, which is not always a bad thing, just a hassle to dig out the winter clothes when you could...

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Speech & Drama Eastern Montana Season Kickoff

Article By: Erin Dringman
Nov 11 2015

Over 530 competitors from C, B, A, and AA schools gathered at Billings West High School on November 7, 2015 for the Speech and Drama Eastern Kickoff. The Sweet Grass County High School Speech & Drama team showed up prepared to play, with eleven upperclassmen competing and the three Freshman team members spectating.The 2015-2016 SGHS team:*Member’s grade denoted in parentheses Drama:Avery Conner (12) & Ethan Peterson (12) - Classical DuoKacin Bolinger (12) & Honey Cranston (11) - Serious...

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Junior Year is the Hardest!  And Other Lies You’ll Be Told in High School

Article By: Greta Sanders
Nov 09 2015

As you enter the hallowed halls of SGHS, you’ll be sure to get a plethora of advice thrown your way: “Be yourself”, “Do lots of extracurricular activities” and “Beware the cameras” (not that we’re doing anything wrong of course…). Unfortunately, much of the advice you will receive will be at the very least questionable and slightly suspect, and at the very must downright dirty lies. As a senior looking back, here are...

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Quality Colleges

Article By: Greta Sanders
Nov 04 2015

Ah, college. That vast place of boundless opportunities you pay an outlandish amount of money to attend. When one is selecting a college, many factors come into play: cost, majors offered, location, size, etc. In a recent poll, SGHS Juniors and Seniors were asked which of the following factors were most important to them: LocationMajors offeredCost ReputationOtherHere’s a breakdown of the responses: Location: 15.8%Majors offered: 36.8%Cost: 31.6%Reputation: 0%Other: 15.8%Majors offered took the cake for...

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Pack the Place In Pink!

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Oct 06 2015

Pink Night will be held October 10th in the SGHS gym starting at 4 PM. The Herders will be playing Jefferson which should be a great match. Also, another highlight of the evening will be a performance between games by the SGHS cheer team and the Firehouse Dancers.There are shirts available to purchase for $12 at Gusts or at the game. The volleyball team is also selling raffle tickets for a chance to win one of...

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Homecoming Highlights 2015

Article By: Editor
Sep 11 2015

Here are some of the great moments of the day. ...

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September Board Meeting-A Brief (Very Brief) Summary

Article By: Greta Sanders
Sep 09 2015

On Tuesday, September 8th, the first board meeting of the school year (almost) took place. At 6 o’clock, it was determined that not enough board members were present to form a quorum (four people who can pass motions) so the meeting was unable to take place. The meeting was rescheduled for the following week on Tuesday, at the same time and place. If you are interested in presenting an issue in front of the board,...

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My Patriot Playlist

Article By: Greta Sanders
Sep 08 2015

Growing up as a military child, I’ve always had a certain amount of pride in the red, white and blue. I grew up all over the world, but any place that flag flew, I knew I was in a safe place. When I step out on the field or court holding the flag while the National Anthem plays, I always seem to stand just a little bit taller. Whenever I’m feeling particularly patriotic,...

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