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The Class B football playoffs are down to four teams: Red Lodge, Fairfield, Manhattan and Lincoln County (Eureka) – all of them with unblemished 10-0 records. Read Article

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Jefferson High’s 2019 volleyball season ended where it did last year, with an exit at the Southern B divisional tournament. But this was a different story: While last year’s undefeated, top-seeded Panthers were disappointed not to make the State tourney, this year’s young team bowed out with… Read Article

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It wasn’t clear to anyone, including Coach Mike Majors, what the Panther volleyball squad would deliver this year: After losing nine seniors from last year’s undefeated team, and a star junior to transfer, Majors was left with a very young group. Promising, yes – but how far could this inexp… Read Article

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This was a year of promise for Clint Layng’s Jefferson High’s football team. After a disappointing 3-6 campaign in 2018, the Panthers had a new quarterback, a big and quick line, and a shared determination to return to the team’s winning heritage. Read Article

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This was going to be good: A Friday night match-up of two of the top defenses in the state, Jefferson High and league-leading Manhattan, with both sides yielding less than 10 points per game. Read Article

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Ten Jefferson High cross-country runners will compete in this year’s state championship meet on Saturday in Great Falls. Class B boys run at 11 am at the Eagle Falls golf course, while the girls start at noon. Read Article

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Jefferson High School hosted its third annual “Smack Down in the Big Rock” volleyball tournament on Saturday, attracting seven visiting Class B squads from across the state. It was an all-day affair, with varsity teams competing in the high school’s two gyms while JV squads played across Mai… Read Article

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Jefferson’s Cross Country teams traveled to Three Forks last Saturday. Hyrum Parke ran 18:29 in the boys varsity race, with Logan Gillmore right behind in 18:31. In the girls varsity race, Laurynn Armstrong ran the course in 23:35, while Hailee Stiles finished at 26:13 and Izaro Torralbo at 29:04. Read Article

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The JHS Cross Country teams traveled to Missoula on Saturday for a big meet amid surprisingly fine weather on a great course. Laurynn Armstrong finished the race in 25:21, just a few seconds slower than at last week’s competition, when she broke 25:00. Her teammate Isabell Abbot had a time o… Read Article

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It took just seconds on Friday night to alter the course of Jefferson High’s football season. On the first play from scrimmage, quarterback Avery Stiles dislocated his shoulder. One day after losing running back Ethan Smartnick for the season to a broken ankle at practice, the Panthers sudde… Read Article

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The combination of a three-set win and some nasty weather gave the Jefferson High volleyball squad a light week as they head toward this weekend’s Smack Down in Big Rock tournament in Boulder. Read Article

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The Jefferson High Panthers made their annual pilgrimage to Missoula on Aug. 30, opening the 2019 football campaign against Florence-Carlton under the lights at the University of Montana’s Washington-Grizzly Stadium. Read Article

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