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The Logger tennis squad faced staunch competition from their Whitefish counterparts during an April 13 match in ...
Raining shots from the perimeter and the key without abandon, the high-ranked Lady Bulldogs fetched a 68-28 win from Libby Feb. 18.
Milliseconds after the snap, Thompson Falls’ left guard found himself lying on his back. Lining up against Jace Fisher, Troy’s 6-foot-6-inches, 310-pound def...
A second-quarter push from high-ranked Polson cost Libby dearly. After taking the wind of the Loggers sails, the Pirates came away with a 55-44 victory.
The Eureka Lady Lions emerged victorious from this year’s Battle of the Kootenai after defeating the Lady Loggers 60-22.
Libby Public School administrators are ramping up their middle school wrestling program to provide students with a chance to compete this year.
The Greenchain split their Feb. 5 dual against Ronan and top ranked Frenchtown. Libby pinned the Chiefs 45-27, but fell 45-21 to the Broncs.
The top-ranked Wildkats slashed the Lady Loggers 61-12, but the Libby squad never threw in the towel.
The Greenchain dominated the mat in their second home dual of the year, beating Corvallis 51-24 and Browning 47-23.
In the last minute of the fourth quarter, it was anyone’s game.
Libby Public School officials are considering hosting a wrestling tournament, which could draw hundreds of participants and spectators from around the state.
The Lady Loggers proved themselves the reigning basketball queens of the lower Kootenai by defeating the Lady Trojans 51-29 last week.
From the tip-off, Libby dominated the court against Browning, locking down the Indians 72-47.
After duking it out for the first half, the 2-4 Libby Loggers chained the Whitefish Bulldogs 52-39 on Jan. 22.
The Lady Loggers fell to the Ronan Maidens 60-24 on Jan. 23.
The Greenchain split their first home dual of the season. The mixed Libby and Troy varsity boys wrestling squad pinned Polson 42-12, but fell to Columbia Fal...