Mixed bag for local high school teams

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  • The Clark Fork Mountain Cats squared off against Charlo at their first home game in Alberton. The Cats lost 52-14. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

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    Clark Fork Senior Connor Voll dodges Charlo Viking players during their game on Friday, Sept. 1, in Alberton. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

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    Volleyball season started last week with some wins and losses for both the Clark Fork Mountain Cats and the St. Regis Tigers. (File Photo)

  • The Clark Fork Mountain Cats squared off against Charlo at their first home game in Alberton. The Cats lost 52-14. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

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    Clark Fork Senior Connor Voll dodges Charlo Viking players during their game on Friday, Sept. 1, in Alberton. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

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    Volleyball season started last week with some wins and losses for both the Clark Fork Mountain Cats and the St. Regis Tigers. (File Photo)

Volleyball

Cats and Tigers travel to Philipsburg for tournament

The Clark Fork Mountain Cats and St. Regis Tigers girl volleyball teams traveled to Philipsburg on August 26 to participate in a season opener tournament. Both teams made it out of the pool play and into the final tournament games. The Mountain Cats won against Seeley-Swan, 15 -11 and 17-15. However, they lost in the semifinal match against Darby, 15-11 and 15-7. The Tigerís lost against Lincoln with two losses and a win with 7-15 in game one, 15-10, and 8-14 in the final match.

Earlier in the day the Cats won against Philipsburg in game one, 12-8 and then lost, 12-9 and won against Anacondaís JV team, 12-8 and 12-8. They lost to Twin Bridges, 12-9 and 12-8 and to Darby, 12-2 and 12-8.

The Tigers won against Charlo 12-11 and 12-7 and they won over Gardner 12-8 and 12-3. They lost to Sheridan 11-12 and 8-11. They then came back with a win against Seeley 12-10 and 12-6.

Clark Fork Mountain Cats stats (Tiger stats not available):

Clark Fork vs. Twin Bridges 12-9, 12-8 (Twin won both)

3 kills

5 assists-Madison Mask-5 assists

6 digs-Bailey Milender and Kathryn Parkin-2 digs each

2 aces

Clark Fork vs. Darby 12-2, 12-8 (Darby won both)

2 kills

2 assists-both Madison Mask

7 digs-3 Madison Mask

2 aces

Clark Fork vs. Philipsburg 12-8, 12-9 (CF won the first game and Pburg won second)

5 kills- 2 Kathryn Parkin

8 assists- 6 Madison Mask

10 digs- 4 Montanna Baughman

Clark Fork vs. Anaconda JV 12-8, 12-8 (CF won both)

7 kills- 2 Montanna Baughman

4 Assists- 4 Madison Mask

7 digs- 4 Montanna Baughman

Clark Fork vs Seeley-Swan 15-11 and 17-15 (CF won both)

14 kills- 7 Montanna Baughman

6 assists- 6 Madision Mask

4 aces- 3 Madison Mask

Clark Fork vs. Darby 15-11 and 15-7 (Darby won both)

6 kills

4 assists- 4 Madison Mask

2 aces- 2 Bailey Milender

Lady Tigers defeat Mullan, Idaho

St. Regis Lady Tigers defeated Mullan, Idaho on the road on Tuesday, Aug. 30 sweeping all three games, 29 to 9; 25 to 17 and 25 to 23. Emma Hill lead in Kills making 7 out of a team total of 22 and 12 Aces from the teamís 21. Justice Tate made 4 out of 5 Blocks; Baylee Pruitt led with 5 out of 12 Digs; and both Anna Sanford and Hill made 11 each out of 23 Assists.

Clark Fork defeats Valley Christian

The Clark Fork Mountain Cats traveled to Missoula and defeated Valley Christian on Thursday night, August 31 with 25-19, 25-13, 25-17.

Clark Fork: Kills 24 (Kenzie Mueller 7). Blocks 1 (Montanna Baughman 1). Digs 31 (Emmah Baughman 8). Assists 18 (Madison Mask 17). Aces 15 (Mueller 4, Kathryn Parkin 4).

Valley Christian: Kills 11 (Emma Hiltz 2). Blocks N/A. Digs 3 (Hiltz 3). Assists N/A. Aces 7 (Katelyn Kelly 3, Kaley Hover 3).

Clark Fork defeats Victor on the road

The Clark Fork Mountain Cats defeated Victor on the road Friday evening, Sept.1 with 25-17, 23-25, 25-17, 25-17.

Clark Fork: Kills 23 (Kenzie Mueller 7). Blocks 6 (Montanna Baughman 3) Digs 48 (Baughman 14). Assists 18 (Madison Mask 16). Aces 11 (Mueller 3).

Victor stats unavailable.

Charlo defeats St. Regis in Charlo

The Lady Tigers traveled to Charlo on Thursday, Aug. 31 and met defeat against Charlo 25-23, 25-15, 25-18.

St. Regis: Kills 21 (Anna Sanford 7). Blocks 4 (Emma Hill 2). Digs 30 (Baylee Pruitt 16). Assists 16 (Hill 10). Aces 7 (Hill 3, Chloe Cielke 3).

Charlo: Kills 13 (Kaitlin Cox 9). Blocks 3 (Sakoya Gaustad 2). Digs 42 (Cox 14). Assists 16 (Brooklyn Faust 11). Aces 10 (Gaustad 4, Bella Hawk 3).

Football

St. Regis will field football team

The St. Regis Tigers managed to pull together a 7-man team with their season opener scheduled for Sept. 9 with an away game. Head Coach Jesse Allan said they would play every game on their schedule as long as they have six players. Going into the season it was questionable as to whether there would be a team due to lack of student participation.

Clark Fork Mountain Cats defeated in season opener

The Clark Fork Mountain Cats football teamís season opener was held on Friday, Sept. 1 in Alberton against Charlo. The team was met with defeat with a final score of 52-14. Charlo took an early lead putting 22 points on the board in the first and second quarters with 44-0 at the half. In the third quarter, both teams managed to put up another touchdown and the Cats pulled another touchdown in the fourth but it wasnít enough for the win.

Charlo 22 22 8 0 ó 52

Alberton-Superior 0 0 8 6 ó 14

C: Tyson Petticrew 50 run (run failed)

C: Toby Odom 56 run (Petticrew run)

C: Landers Smith 33 run (Odom run)

C: Smith 76 run (run failed)

C: Petticrew 15 run (Smith run)

C: Petticrew 65 punt return (Perry pass from Smith)

C: Smith 50 run (Odom run)

CF: Connor Voll 10 pass Isaac Warren (Kaleb Berveris pass from Warren)

CF: Voll 19 pass from Warren (run failed)

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