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.
Lone Peak Big Horns
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.
In the great microcosm of life – sports – Lone Peak Big Horn varsity boys and girls basketball players learned the attributes they were meant to learn: hard work; resilience; determination.
Their record is not perfect, but the lessons learned should make them better adults.
You can’t win ‘em all. Big Sky’s boys and girls varsity b-ballers fell to their opponents during their away games in Gardiner and Shields Valley. The Horns will look for wins back on home turf this week – taking on White Sulfur Springs on Jan. 31 and Manhattan Christian on Feb. 1.
The stands were a sea of blue and red as the Lone Peak Big Horns battled district rivals the West Yellowstone Wolverines on the home court January 11.
The scene was tense, as the Lady Big Horns had just lost to the Lady Wolverines.
The January 11 home game between the Lone Peak Big Horn varsity boys and West Yellowstone Wolverines was an absolute battle.
Fans in red and blue were on the edges of their seats.
January 3, 2019
Lone Peak vs. Gardiner
Lone Peak 8 5 8 20 Final: 41
Gardiner 7 16 10 9 Final: 42
Lone Peak Big Horns fans showed up full force for their girls and boys varsity teams’ first home games of the season on December 20, spilling into visitor seating as all the spots began to fill on the home team’s side. Attendees seemed to agree – it might have been the biggest fan turnout they’d ever seen.
Emery Miller is an amazing young lady in many ways. The Lone Peak High School junior has been described as “creative” and “determined” and this accurately describes her both in and out of the classroom.
It was a double-overtime disappointment for the Lone Peak High boys’ varsity team on Dec. 8, coming up short to Roberts with a final score of 66 to 71. “It was a heartbreaker,” said head coach Brian Van Eps of the loss. “They were a good team, a lot bigger than us, and better than we expected.”