The Trojans of Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky won the Mc-Lean County Tournament in Underwood this past week, defeating the Washburn Cardinals 63-43.
Posted 1/14/10 (Thu) read more »
The Trojans boys team beat the Towner-Granville- Upham Titans 64-55 in a battle at the Minot Civic Auditorium this past Saturday night on Jan. 2.
Posted 1/06/10 (Wed) read more »
The Turtle Lake- Mercer-McClusky Trojans picked up a pair of wins this past week to even their record at two wins and two losses going into the holiday break.
Posted 12/23/09 (Wed) read more »
The Sheridan County girl’s basketball placed sixth in the Stutsman County Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 12 at Jamestown.
Posted 12/16/09 (Wed) read more »
The only old business on the McClusky School board’s November 17 agenda was the sports co-op with TL-M, and it took the larger portion of time within the meeting to decide the issue of whether or not to join.
Posted 11/25/09 (Wed) read more »
On Oct. 29, Terry and I were fortunate enough to participate and watch in amazement as WNBA players, current and retired; Big 12 Basketball players came together for one common cause:
Posted 11/18/09 (Wed) read more »
The Trojans swept the Sheridan County Coyotes 3-0 in the semi-final game Jacy Hausauer led the Coyotes in kills with seven, digs nine, and aces two.
Posted 11/11/09 (Wed) read more »
The Sheridan County Coyotes won their first game of the District 10 tournament Monday night, defeating the Washburn Cardinals three games to one.
Posted 11/04/09 (Wed) read more »
“It was not only hard because it was the last home volleyball game on Oct. 16 for the five senior girls, but it was also hard for everyone because it was the last Coyote volleyball home game ever.
Posted 10/21/09 (Wed) read more »
Sports and the dwindling student base for participation was a central issue again at the October 8 meeting of the McClusky School District. Individual sports, such as track and cross country, are less of a problem but those requiring subs and more than one team are.
Posted 10/14/09 (Wed) read more »