As the second half of the boys basketball season begins this week, the Choteau High School Bulldogs are now 7-2 on the season and 3-2 in District 1B play.This week, the boys will be on the road for two nonconference games, playing Centerville on Jan. 19 and Townsend on Jan. 20 — both teams they defeated earlier in the season.Last week, the boys traveled to Conrad and Cut Bank, winning both District 1B games to improve from 1-2 to 3-2in the conference.
The Malta Mustangs won the 39th annual Choteau Classic wrestling tournament here Jan. 12-13 with a score of 180 points. Thompson falls took second and Whitehall third in the 31-team tournament.Choteau, with all seven wrestlers competing for the first time this season, took 10th place with 74 points and had four placers. Choteau’s two big guys — James Slaughter at 205 pounds and Dakota Daley at 285 pounds — both took third.Slaughter scored 22 team points and went 5-1 in the tournament.
The Choteau High School Lady Bulldogs will be on the road this weekend, playing Centerville on Jan. 19 and Townsend on Jan. 20 in a pair of nonconference games that mark the start of the second half of the season.The Choteau girls are now 2-7 overall and 1-4 in District 1B play.Last weekend, the CHS girls traveled to Conrad on Friday and Cut Bank on Saturday. They lost to Conrad, 31-20, and fell to Cut Bank, 56-47.
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