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Gus Hammond shifts into an extra gear against Harlowton-Ryegate. He pulled down two passes for touchdowns in the big win.

Miners steam past Engineers

After a commanding 54-16 victory over Harlowton-Ryegate, the Ophir Miner Head Coach Ben Holst heaped praise on his team.

“Almost perfect. We did everything right on both sides of the ball,” said Coach Holst, who around mid-second quarter started cycling in younger players to give them lots of live game experience. 

Solae Swenson sends it back.

Varsity Horns win in Belgrade

With homecoming just a couple days away, the LPHS volleyball team traveled to Belgrade to play the rising class AA school’s freshman and sophomore teams. Both matches went to five sets, with the JV losing and the varsity edging out a narrow win. 

Next up: rival Manhattan Christian on Thurs. Sept. 20 starting at 5:30 p.m.

Emma Flach rises to return the ball against Sheridan.

Time to get rowdy

During preseason conditioning in August, the Lone Peak High School volleyball team was whipped into shape with help from Kyle Wisniewski.

     “He’s just a madman triathlete dude,” said Head Coach Missy Botha, running through the different ways her team looks for a winning edge. On top of conditioning, there’s passing. 

It’s all about the set up: Ivy Hicks showing the Sheridan Panthers how it’s done. LPHS continues to play at home Sept. 1 vs. Shields Valley. Action starts at 5 p.m.

High flying offenses

The Lone Peak High School Big Horns showed off a versatile offensive Aug. 24 during the football opener with Box Elder. Quarterback Frankie Starz threw five touchdown passes, connecting with receivers like senior Cole March (pictured). 

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