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515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230

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l. 8
Tue 2

sday 4,
, February

The Ramsay of Wrestling

If you’ve ever watched Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares Master Chef or Hotel
Hell, you know the intensity that Chef Gordon Ramsay brings to his shows.
It’s that same intensity (and then some) that Coach Mike Krause brings to the
wrestling mat. Making a return trip to Glasgow, he was here to tutor the Glasgow
Wrestling Club last night and will finish up with another vigorous class tonight.
You don’t give 110%, you get barked at. He even barked at some parents in the
background to “Quiet down!” He had their immediate attention as well as you
could hear a pin drop before action resumed. And the Highlanders absolutely
love Coach Krause. Named “Coach of the Century” by flowrestling.com, area
coaches of ALL sports are welcome to attend the second session tonight starting
at 6:00 to watch Coach Krause work his magic. But keep your conversations
to a whisper or you might get barked at! Pictured are (background) Tayleigh
Olmstead, Andrew Linder, Michael King, Tayven Bietz, Ted See, Anders Aune,
and Shaylyn Pederson watching Ira Moore and Jack Morehouse. Oh, and it’s a
thumbs up for Kyler Hallock (at right) who was cleared by the doctor to compete
at the Eastern Divisional Tournament in Huntley Project Saturday!
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Seffarine performing tonight

ABove normal The Northeastern Arts Network’s third
temps continue!
concert of the 2019-20 Big Sky Series takes place
tonight (February 4th) at the Glasgow High School
Audiorium beginning at 7:00.
Tonight: Increasing clouds, with a low around 14.
Seffarine’s international blend of sounds
Southwest wind around 10 mph.
features soulful Moroccan singer Lamiae Naki
Wednesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 39. West wind
8 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. and flamenco guitarist Nat Hulskamp. Their
Wednesday Night: A 30 percent chance of snow, mainly
music embraces and extends Naki’s rich heritage,
after 11pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 24. West wind which spans from Moorish Spain to the Sahara,
around 7 mph. Little or no snow accumulation expected. by mixing Arabic Andalusi music with Manuel
Thursday: A 30% chance of rain and snow. Mostly cloudy, Gutierrez’s explosive flamenco footwork, the
with a high near 37. Northwest wind 8 to 14 mph. Chance grooves of acclaimed bassist Damian Erskine
of precipitation is 30%. Little or no snow accumulation and the exotic instrumentation of Persian master
multi-instrumentalist Bobak Salehi.
Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 21.
These diverse backgrounds meld into an
Northwest wind 6 to 11 mph.
intoxicating blend of ancient and modern that
Friday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 37. Northwest wind
6 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph. Bass Player Magazine describes as a “gorgeous
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 20. West
intersection of Spanish flamenco, Arabic and
wind 6 to 10 mph. Andalusian music, Persian classical, and jazz”.
Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 37. West wind 6 Seffarine takes its name from the ancient
to 8 mph becoming southeast in the morning. metalworking square in Lamiae’s home city of Fes,
Saturday Night: A 20 percent chance of snow. Mostly Morocco. Her family is well known in the Seffarine
cloudy, with a low around 16. Sunday: Mostly cloudy, with as master metalworkers continuing the tradition
a high near 29. North wind 6 to 13 mph becoming west in today. The square dates back to the 9th century
the morning.
and is famous for the complex rhythms that can be
Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 35.
heard from the blacksmiths’ hammers.
Tickets are available at the door and are $15
n ior Citizen Center
ior Citizen Center
for adults, $13 for seniors and $5 for students.
S e n
S e This event is made possible in part through
WEDNESDAY grant support from Montana’s Cultural Trust,
Montana Arts Council, National Endowment
Meatloaf for the Arts, the Montana Performing Arts
Consortium, and grants from the Western States
Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500 Arts Federation.
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Scotties win on the road the Scotties (10-4, 4-1) couldn’t keep up with Class A
Glendive Friday night, losing to the Red Devils 53-38.
By Mike Brandt The Red Devils start two 6-footers along with a
Glasgow won a road victory that was much needed pair of 5-11 girls. Karson Murphy, who is headed for
Thursday night. The Scotties played in hostile territory, the University of Montana to play for the Lady Griz, and
taking on the Poplar Indians in the Moccasin Square Savannah Toms, who is going to Dickinson College,
Garden. played a better game for the Red Devils.
“The girls stepped up to the challenge that night Also, Glasgow was playing without Keely Fossum,
being a conference game for us,” said Scotty coach Travis who was ill.
Nielsen. Poplar is a tough place to play.” “When you start missing a fulltime starter out
Glasgow trailed most of the first half before taking of your system, it does make a difference because
a 20-18 lead midway through the second period on the average of her points are not there,” said Nielsen.
Tyann Graham’s bucket. The sophomore also made a “Someone else has to make them up. And possibly
free throw for a 21-18 lead and the Scotties never looked controlling the ball and the defense where she plays, so
back on their way to a 54-40 win. Glasgow led 26-22 at it definitely would have helped.”
the break. They came prepped a lot better,” said Nielsen. “I
“We knew that Poplar was going to stay with us for think they over looked us the first time. Then again we
a quarter and a half,” said Nielsen. “In the third quarter should have tightened our defense. Glendive did do a
we started breaking away. You could see that our girls good job.”
are in shape. Our team never really slowed down. We Murphy and Toms helped Glendive take a 9-0
just kept on gaining on them in the third and into the lead, scoring on transition buckets The Red Devils fired
fourth. We’re seeing that our girls are in shape and we’re out to a 19-6 first quarter lead. Glendive’s defense held
still not peaked out yet. “ the Scotties without points until the midway points of
The Scotties did break the game open in the third the stanza. Ross’ bucket put Glasgow on the scoreboard.
quarter, leading 42-20 going into the fourth quarter. But the Scotties battled, down 16 points early in the
Glasgow led by 13 on Brianna Nielsen’s three-pointer second quarter, the girls cut the deficit to 23-14 late in
early in the third period. Poplar did get the deficit down the frame. Glendive did own a 26-14 lead at the break.
to eight, 38-30, on Keandra Martel’s bucket with just Glendive led by as many as 17 points in the third,
over a minute to play in the third. but Glasgow made a run through the midway point of
Taylor Pederson went to the charity stripe where the fourth. Graham’s long range bomb had Glasgow to
the Glasgow senior made four straight free throws within 42-32.
for a 42-30 lead. The Indians did get the lead down “It was a 15-point game at the end, but we recovered
to 44-37 on Teagan Escarsega’s three-pointer midway to get back to 10,” said Nielsen.
through the fourth quarter. But the Scotties finished Peters paced the Scotties with 10 points, Myrick
strong on an 8-3 run. Glasgow did lead 54-31, but the followed with seven, Daley Aune, Nielsen, and Graham
Indians got a three-pointer from Martel before the had five points apiece, Ross four, and Westby two.
buzzer sounded. Toms scored 10 of her game-high 19 points in the
Glasgow also had a 36-23 lead in the third before second half in leading Glendive. Murphy followed with
the Indians cut it to 36-28 on Riley MacDonald’s three- 17 points, Kassidy Walker had eight, Jillian Litwiller
pointer. Laura Ross put the Scotties back up by 10, but five, and Madison Wahl four.
Poplar made it an eight point game once again. Pederson Glasgow has two more tough games this week,
then went to the line before the quarter was over. starting with 2B contest Thursday hosting league-
Fossum led the Scotties with a game-high 17 leading Harlem. On Saturday the Scotties are in Scobey
points. The senior was followed by Graham with 10 to take on the Class C Spartans.
points, Ross had eight points, Nielsen six on two treys, “We will prep everything into Harlem,” said
Davyn Myrick five, Pederson four, Anika Peters and Nielsen. “They are two tough games. I know the girls are
Blaire Westby two each. Myrick went 3 for 4 from the excited for these games. Hopefully we will shoot better
line in the second quarter. than we did a month ago.”
Macy Stump paced the Indians with 12 points. Glasgow went into a scoring slump the last time
Finding themselves in the ‘Land of the Giants’, the Scotties played against these two squads.
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“God Help Us!” is a political comedy for our times.
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