McLean County Independent Sports

November 13, 2008

Troop ousted at districts

The joy of advancing to regionals was short-lived for all four District 10 teams, though, all four were bounced in opening round play of the Region 5 Tournament Monday.

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November 6, 2008

Trojans, Coyotes advance

The Sheridan County Coyotes and Turtle Lake-Mercer Trojans have advanced and will square off in the championship game of the District 10 Volleyball Tournament in Underwood tonight (Thursday).

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Seventeenth in a field of 32 at the State Class B boys' cross country meet in Jamestown - not bad for a young team of four runners and one ghost runner.

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October 23, 2008

Troopers coming up big

The recent play of the Garrison-Max Troopers volleyball team is putting smiles on the faces of the coaching staff and fans, and making believers out of opponents who lay in their wake.

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A pair of district games this week will go a long way in determining how seeding will shake out come tournament time later this month.

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The Garrison-Max Troopers suffered another setback this past Friday.

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October 2, 2008

Troopers have great day

"It was a great day for a run!"

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September 25, 2008

Troopers fall to Holsteins

The Garrison-Max Troopers fought hard in their homecoming contest this past Friday against New Salem-Glen Ullin, but in the end it was another mark in the loss column.

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September 11, 2008

Troop drubbed by No. 2

The Velva Aggies showed those who attended Friday night’s home opener of the Garrison-Max Troopers football team why they have been state Class A champions eight out of the past 11 years – and why they are rated No. 2 in the state in early season polls.
Velva struck early, then capitalized on three Trooper turnovers in the first quarter to romp, 45-zip.

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Shaking it off. Becoming resilient. What’s past is past.
Those are the keys to success in any sport. The same is an area the Garrison-Max Troopers volleyball team needs to improve upon, according to Coach Jim Snustad.
The Troopers simply shouldn’t dwell on water under the bridge.
“We need to improve on being able to pick ourselves up after a disappointing game loss or loss of point, getting back on track,” Snustad said.

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