McLean County Independent Sports

December 6, 2017

Not his first rodeo

Tyler Villarreal has the makings of a rodeo champion. At only 12 years old, he will ride in his second world competition for rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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November 29, 2017

Lady T’s open with win

The Garrison Lady Troopers’ home and season opener was like an Oreo cookie – strong and tough at top and the bottom, but sandwiched in the middle, their game was soft.

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The Garrison High School’s Fall activities banquet was last Thursday at the Bob Callies Elementary School.

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The Troopers fell short against Shiloh in Regionals 3-1, last Tuesday, but finished their season out strong as a team. Shiloh went on to win regionals and advance to state.

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November 8, 2017

Troopers fight on

The Garrison-Max Troopers got  revenge on Flasher during Monday nights game.

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November 1, 2017

The bar has been set

Ally Behles, a senior volleyball player, has set not only a career record for herself, but has set a career record in the history of Trooper volleyball. She achieved more than 1,000 assists in her career and that number continues to climb.

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October 25, 2017

Dreams of making it big

Kirsten Galloway is a 12-year-old softball player, who was able to play in a tournament this past summer in Oklahoma City, Okla. She played in the USA Softball All-American Games Tournament at Hall of Fame Stadium.

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October 18, 2017

Trooper netters heating up

Chalk up three victories for the Garrison-Max Troopers varsity volleyball team. Prior to Tuesday’s Super Region 5 tilt against New Salem-Almont in Garrison, the ladies reeled off three successive wins. Two went the distance.

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The Max-Garrison-South Prairie Cross Country team wrapped up its regular season and now has its eyes set on regionals in Bowman this upcoming weekend. Then there’s a nice two-week break to focus on state at the end of the month on the 28th.

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October 4, 2017

Youth golf receives grant

The Minot Youth Golf Association, known for providing support to area youth golf programs, recently granted the Garrison program $2,800 for 2018. In addition to funds, the Minot program also plans to donate golf balls and left-handed clubs.

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