New leadership for a young team
Big Horns girls basketball team sees changes, but also opportunities
Big Horns football players faced goliaths in 2019 – big teams, huge players and they still created some solid upsets for Ennis and Twin Bridges.
Sometimes there is a click – a connection, synchronicity – a flow. Experts have studied it, trying to figure-out how to replicate it in teams and businesses. There are even books written about it.
Lone Peak High School volleyball players, parents and fans say that this last season was a good example of what a team can become.
Lone Peak Big Horns varsity volleyball earned a hard-fought third place finish in the Class 11-C District Volleyball Tournament. It may have felt a little like the film “Groundhog Day”, as it has been a third place finish for the varsity team for the past three years.
The Lone Peak High School Lady Big Horns once again proved a dominant force, beating Twin Bridges Falcons after a quick three game sweep on Oct. 18 at Twin Bridges. Hannah Dreisbach made good use of her height and power, destroying the ball and leaving the Falcons scrambling.
In Twin Bridges on Friday night, the clock was ticking down on the Big Horns and with 10 seconds left in the game Quarterback Frankie Starz took the snap at the Falcons 16, drifted left, avoided the rush and threw across the field to the back right of the end zone to Wide Receiver Austin Samuels.
On Saturday, Oct. 12, the Lone Peak High School football team officially slayed the giant! The Big Horns passed all over the Mustangs from Ennis recording a victory for the first time in Big Horns history 50 – 6. The shorthanded Mustangs came into the game having beaten the Big Horns in their previous three meetings.
Big Sky resident Melissa “Mel” Emery was recently inducted into the University of Southern Maine Hall of Fame for her success in field hockey.
Lone Peak Composite Team (LPCT) parents and supporters travel through the bitter cold on the slick roads of the canyon en route to Copper City Trails at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6. Upon arrival, campers and tents housing competitors and families are scattered where the parking area meets the tall grass overlooking sprawling vistas.