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Sports Articles


Twilight Track Meet April 14, 2015

Article By: Makalee Klein
Apr 14 2015

Last week, we traveled to Lewistown on Tuesday to compete in the Twilight Track Meet. And, although the weather did not hold for us, our girls and boys still performed very well.The girl's team placed 5th, with 44.5 points.On a mission and making her presence known, was our fearless senior, Maddie Foulk. She placed 1st in javelin with an impressive throw of 121’ 5”, and is now already qualified to go to the State Track Meet....

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Manhattan Meet Arpil 4, 2015

Article By: Makalee Klein
Apr 04 2015

The Track Team competed in Bozeman on Saturday.The girl's team placed 9th overall.The girls were led by Maddie, who placed 3rd in javelin and ran on both relays which also placed 3rd. Leichelle ran well in her hurdles- placing 4th in the 100 hurdles, and 6th in the 300 hurdles with a PR. Carrie placed 5th in discus, improving her best throw by almost 8 feet. Ashley, Erin, and Sidney also ran on the 400 relay which...

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Park City Meet April 2, 2015

Article By: Makalee Klein
Apr 02 2015

The Herder Track Team had its second meet last Thursday in Columbus.The boy's team placed 1st overall, edging out Columbus by 7 points.Destan had another great meet- placing in all 5 of his events, and being the top scorer on the boy's side. He ran on short relay- placing first, finished 2nd in high jump, placed 3rd in both the long and triple jumps, and was 5th in the 100m.Walker ran very well- he...

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Boys Basketball

Article By: Weston LaVoy
Mar 27 2015

The Sweet Grass County Herder boys basketball team ended up with an overall record of 19-7. They were the first team to qualify for the state tournament since the 2009 basketball team. Finishing the regular season with a 14-4 record, Big Timber started out their post-season play in the District Tournament in Belgrade.In Belgrade,they started with a first round bye, due to a number one seed. The next day they would beat the Whitehall...

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Snowflake Meet March 27, 2015

Article By: Makalee Klein
Mar 27 2015

The Herder Track Team had its first meet on Friday at Columbus.The girl's team placed 5th, with 11 girls competing.Maddie started her season strong. She placed 3rd in Javelin (threw 103'8"), ran her fastest split as first leg of the 1600 relay-placed 3rd, ran on 400 relay-place 3rd, and had her best time in the 100m dash. Leichelle performed well for her first year in high school track, and scored many points for the girl's team: ...

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The Big Dance

Article By: Weston LaVoy
Mar 18 2015

Every year, March is a big month for the college basketball teams across the nation. Every March America finds out who is really the best college basketball team in the country. The NCAA Men's basketball tournament is one of the biggest in the world. Every year, 64 teams make it to the March Madness tournament and battle for the championship title. There are six rounds of the tournament, every game...

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Loud and Proud:  Seven Reasons Why I Wear the SGHS Cheer Uniform

Article By: Greta Sanders
Mar 14 2015

"Cheerleaders are stupid, blonde, and have nothing better to do than follow boys around and scream rhyming words whenever somebody scores a point".  I absolutely believed that stereotype when I first moved to Big Timber my 8th grade year. I could never have imagined I would end up on the Herder Cheer Squad and end up loving it. And here’s seven reasons why you will see me leading the crowd until I graduate:...

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Ending the Winter Cheer Season

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Mar 09 2015

This year's winter cheer season consisted of eighteen cheerleaders and two stuntmen. Of these twenty members five of them were seniors: Moriah Brandon, Faith Demasters, Mollee Stenberg, Kaitlyn Yuzeitis, and Taylor Johnson. As the basketball regular season came to an end the cheerleaders prepared for tournaments, where they cheered on the Herder basketball teams when the teams really needed their support. At the district tournament in Belgrade the cheer team performed their halftime performance for...

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District Tournament

Article By: Weston LaVoy
Feb 26 2015

In Class B, the schools are broken up into 7 districts, depending on location. The Herders belong to district 5, which also includes the Jefferson Panthers, Whitehall Trojans, Townsend Bulldogs, Three Forks Wolves, and the Manhattan Tigers. The District 5 tournament was held in Belgrade on February 19-21. On one side of the men’s bracket, Whitehall played Manhattan in the first round. The winner of this game would advance to the second round to face the number...

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Top Dogs of College Hoops

Article By: Weston LaVoy
Feb 11 2015

The Wildcats of Kentucky have managed to obtain a perfect 24-0 record thus far. It is no surprise to anyone that they are ranked number one in the country for men’s college basketball. However, not all of their wins have been easy. Six of their twenty-four games have ended up within ten points, including an overtime game with Ole Miss and a double overtime game against Texas A&M. Their starting lineup, which...

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The Champions’ Address

Article By: Pat Hansen
Feb 06 2015

 Pat Hansen, ever the avid SGHS sports fan, wrote this parody on the Gettysburg Address prior to the Boys’ Basketball State Tournament in 1969. The article was published in the Sheepherder that same year. This year, as we cheer on our Herder boys and girls in their endeavors to reach the State Tournament, we resurrect this article. Special thanks to Pat for locating it for us and allowing us to run it again, forty-six years...

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Super Bowl XLIX

Article By: Weston LaVoy
Feb 06 2015

The game of football can be traced all the way back to 1892. After years of transformation the game of football officially became a professional sport in 1920. This was the year the National Football League was created. Football became a very popular tradition throughout the U.S. 47 years after the National Football League was created, the first Super Bowl in history occurred. The game included the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs, and took...

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Johnny Rehab?

Article By: Brent Finn
Feb 06 2015

Cleveland Brown’s quarterback Johnny Manziel is normally making news headlines for missing a practice, throwing a party, or for being the surprise second string quarterback. But this time Johnny Football has thrown a bit of a curve ball. Johnny Manziel has recently checked himself into rehabilitation treatment.Manziel was the 22nd pick by the Browns in the 2014 NFL Draft and has not had very many positives for the team. He missed many practices, stayed...

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Men’s College Basketball Injury Update

Article By: Brent Finn
Feb 05 2015

Sports’ seasons are always filled with injuries, both minor and major. The 2014-2015 men’s college basketball season has had it’s fair share of injuries thus far. I have chosen three injuries that I find to be the most notable.On Saturday, January 17, University of Michigan guard Caris LeVert suffered a complete fracture in his left foot, the same foot he got a stress fracture in over the summer. What is making this injury...

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NBA D-League

Article By: Brent Finn
Feb 03 2015

Almost everybody is at least slightly familiar with the National Basketball Association (NBA). The league that showcases the most talented basketball players and some of the most talented athletes in the world. But what is almost unknown to most of the world, is the league of NBA hopefuls: the NBA Development League.The NBA D-League is a professional basketball league that is the official minor league of the NBA and as of the 2014-2015 basketball...

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Jordan CP3 VI Review

Article By: Brent Finn
Jan 30 2015

The brand of Jordan is very well known for making quality street shoes as well as basketball shoes. The basketball shoes this company produces are normally high quality shoes, but the CP3 VI is better than most.The Jordan CP3 VI shoe catches your eye right away with its many different, popping colorways. The colorway of the shoe that I have is the black/neo turquoise/white shoe. As a basketball player I am always...

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This Is Softball

Article By: Makalee Klein
Jan 30 2015

What is the number one team participant sport in the United States? With over forty million people of all ages playing this sport; softball is the number one team participate sport. It has been played for over one hundred years and still continues to be popular all over the world. It all started in Chicago, Illinois' Farragut Boat Club during a Yale and Harvard football game. When the winner, Yale, was announced a fan of...

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The Race to Success

Article By: Caitlyn Corso
Jan 22 2015

The Sweet Grass County High School cross country team ended their season on a great note for the 2014 year. The mighty five runners did a fantastic job throughout the season while continuously improving their times. Tanna Campbell, Jordan Chulyak, Clayton Gano, Dylan Laverell, and Brandon Schwers ran their hardest at every meet taking them all the way to state. Tanna improved her time by 1 minute and 38 seconds from her first meet to state, Jordan by 54...

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Your Boys of Fall

Article By: Erin Dringman
Jan 21 2015

August 30th, the world is a blur of screaming fans but starting quarterback Walker LaVoy’s world has narrowed: it is just him and his boys, center line, breathing heavily, waiting… “Set, hut!” he cries, and the game, and season has just snapped into action. The Herders faced many tough opponents and roadblocks during the season. Starting center, Jess Moody, was injured during the opening play of the season, but Cole McKenney stepped up...

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