Monthly archive

September, 2013

  •  The Dillon Beaver girls volleyball team backed up the promise it showed in the tipoff tournament by winning two of three matches last week. The Dillon girls started the week in Belgrade on Tuesday, where they dropped the first set to the Panthers, 21-25, but then found their groove and never lost it on their way to winning the next three...
  • The Dillon Beavers posted a 27-6 victory over Laurel of the Eastern “A” Conference Friday night on the road to improve to 2-0 on the season. Dillon’s non-conference slate includes three of the traditional top five powers in all of Montana Class A football and the victory over Laurel sets up what has become the last two years, a...
  • By Jess Alberi Dillon Tribune The Dillon boys and girls golf teams both took fourth place and placed numerous individuals in the top 30 on their home Beaverhead Golf Course, where ten teams from around the area came to town to compete in the Beaverhead County High School Invite last Friday. During a nice, cool morning on the well-maintained...
  • By Jess Alberi Dillon Tribune Powered by its strong senior players, the BCHS Lady Beavers volleyball team opened its season by earning fourth place and second in the Southwest conference at the annual Northwest/Southwest Class A Tipoff Tournament last weekend in Hamilton. The Lady Beavs started Friday against Columbia Falls in pool play, which...
  • By M.P. Regan Dillon Tribune B.J. Robertson didn’t waste any time notching his first signature win as a college head coach. In Montana Western’s season opener and his debut game as the Bulldogs head coach, Robertson guided Western to a dramatic 38-34 triumph over the #14 Southern Oregon University Raiders in front of an overjoyed,...
  • By J.P. Plutt Dillon Tribune The Dillon Beavers proved all is well within the program Friday night at Polson with a convincing 44-9 win over the traditional Nortwestern A power.  Dillon rolled to a 21-0 first quarter lead, scoring on three of their first four possessions. “You never know until you get on the field how good things are...
  • By Dick Crockford Dillon Tribune Two meets into the new season, Dillon’s Sage Schoonen is already a man on the run — to the front of the pack. Schoonen won last Saturday’s Belgrade Invitational on the tough up-and-down Bohart Ranch course, turning in an impressive 17:39 and getting in some payback at the same time. In the girls...