I am a native Montanan, married to a native Montanan with two daughters. We have lived in Cut Bank since the 90s, we raised two lovely daughters who both live in Las Vegas. My husband, Bob works at Torgerson's in Ethridge.
Each week, in conjunction with Bozeman Trophy, we select from many nominations, the Athletes of the Week. This is an outstanding selection of male and female athletes who have excelled beyond expectations and provided inspiration and leadership to their teammates and entire school.
IT’S OUR FIRST ATHLETE OF THE WEEK PRESENTATION FOR THE SPRING SPORTS AND RIGHT OFF THE BAT, TWO OUTSTANDING ATHLETE’S SET THE STAGE FOR EVEN BIGGER THINGS TO COME.
THE MALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK IS CONRAD SR. DAYLON JAY. ASKED ABOUT HIS PERFORMANCE, CONRAD HEAD COACH JIM CARROLL SAYS IT WAS AN OUTSTANDING DAY FOR DAYLON BUT WE’RE EXPECTING EVEN BIGGER THINGS TO COME.
(SHELBY) – A BIT OF WIND LATER IN THE DAY BUT OVERALL, A GOOD DAY FOR GOLF
AT MARIAS VALLEY IN SHELBY.
102 GOLFERS REPRESENTING 14 TEAMS, BOYS AND GIRLS TEED IT UP IN THE FIRST MAJOR
TOURNAMENT OF THE SEASON.
SETTING THE TONE FOR THE SEASON, DERREK DUROCHER OF CHOTEAU AND BRIDGER
MARTIN OF SHELBY BOTH SHOT 80. DUROCHER WON IN A CHIP-OFF TO TAKE MEDALIST HONORS AND
MARTIN WAS SECOND. KEENAN VANWHICHEN (VAN WICKEN) OF MALTA WAS JUST ONE SHOT BACK
OF THE LEADERS WITH AN 81.
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KSEN/K96 Bozeman Trophy Athletes of this week are fairly obvious choices following the State B girls and boys basketball tournaments. It’s always a difficult choice at this point in the season since teams that climb to the top of the ladder are great teams with big time players up and down the lineup. With that said, nobody was bigger than Choteau senior Derrek Durocher our male athlete of the week. Durocher not only led the Bulldogs to their second straight State B Championship and 52 straight wins, he did it in style on Friday night when he exploded for a career high 36 points on 9-12 shooting from behind the 3-point line. And right back to that team aspect, Durocher immediately credited his teammates for recognizing just how hot he was and continually feeding him the ball, in a follow up story in the Great Falls Tribune. Durocher also led the bulldogs in scoring in the opener of the State B against Missoula Loyola with 20 and then it was Dylan Pannabecker who pulled the offensive trigger in the championship game win over Bigfork with 27 points but Durocher still added 19 and was 7-7 from the line for a 3-game average of 25 points per game.
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