Lone Peak High School

Primed for the season

Lone Peak High School (LPHS) Varsity Bighorns Basketball seniors Michael Romney, Nolan Schumacher, Mickey Botha and Jackson Lang and junior Tony Brewster will be instrumental for the 2021 season, according to coach and LPHS Athletic Director John Hannahs.

The 2020 LPHS varsity volleyball team made school history as the most successful LPHS volleyball team to date. The team secured third place in the 12C Conference and third place in Divisionals. PHOTO COURTESY MICHELLE HORNING

Making history

The Lone Peak High School Varsity Volleyball team saw real challenges this year. The girls also rose to the occasion. From a quick victory against Harrison/Willow Creek in the 12C Tournament, to an incredible five game match against Gardiner, which they lost, to vanquishing Shields Valley for 3rd place in the conference.

The Lady Big Horns Varsity Volleyball team dominated the regular season this year before waylaid by COVID-19 cases and subsequent team quarantine. PHOTO COURTESY JILL BOUGH

A COVID kick

It should have been a night showcasing teamwork and talent – the kind of competition that only surfaces when teams are well matched. The Lone Peak High School Lay Big Horns and Manhattan Christian Lady Eagles both had undefeated records.

Lone Peak High School recently saw its first cases of COVID-19, a few of which were associated with the varsity volleyball team. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

COVID in the community

As COVID-19 case numbers surge all over the county, Big Sky proves no exception. Gallatin City-County Health Department contract tracing in the area has led to two week quarantines and an impact on the high school. Lone Peak High School’s (LPHS) varsity volleyball team’s quarantine ends Oct. 24th.

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