It is rare for the Lady Big Horns to be taken to four games in a match this season, but the Mustangs kept them on their toes, with solid battles the second and fourth games. As head coach Missy Botha has noted, the Big Horns team is well balanced, with solid power on the offense as well as impressive defensive skills.
Though the final score of the homecoming game was 19 to 36 and a win for the White Sulphur Springs Hornets, the Lone Peak Big Horns showed glimpses of brilliance. There is real promise for the future of the young team, Coach Adam Farr said.
Last week every field at Big Sky Community Park was simultaneously met with soccer cleats. Some of those cleats were tiny and some of the players were little human tornadoes. Big Sky Futbol Club’s second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders played on the fields to the west.
Harrison/Willow Creek gave the Lady Big Horns a run for their money on Sept. 26, besting them in the third game, but the Lady Big Horns took the match, making their record 8-0.
LPHS vs. Harrison/Willow Creek
WIN 25-12, 25-20, 18-25, 25-10
Team Kills 28 Individual Leader Maddie Cone 11
With just a few seconds left on the clock as the Big Horns faced the Park City Panthers, Big Horns varsity quarterback Isiah Holst fired a Hail Mary rocket. That pass was tipped off the fingertips of three different players before settling into Pierce Farr’s grasp for a touchdown.
Though the Manhattan Christian Eagles currently outrank the Lone Peak High School Lady Big Horns due to the nature of the scoring system, the Lady Big Horns remain undefeated.
That is not their focus, though, Head Coach Missy Botha said.
League football just makes sense in Big sky, does it not? Sam Luedtke, general manager for Skyline Bus, thought so.
After having numerous games canceled in the beginning of the season due to COVID-19, Lone Peak High School Big Horns soccer players finally got to get their cleats dirty in team play on Saturday, Sept 12.
Lone Peak High School Lady Big Horns volleyball faced Twin Bridges on Sept. 10, displaying dominance yet again. A day later, the team also secured victory in its contest against Lima. The third game was a battle, but the Lady Big Horns pulled through.
LPHS vs. Twin Bridges Lady Falcons 9/10/2020
WIN 25-12, 25-12, 25-13
Friday night’s match against White Sulphur Springs was a battle. The Lady Big Horns fell to the Hornets in the first game, only to narrowly win the second, dominate the third and seal the victory with the fourth.