SHELBY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

2019 Choteau Classic

The annual Choteau Classic is considered by some as a mini B/C state tournament. It showcases most of the top contenders from over thirty schools and is a barometer for who is who in the state of Montana. 

A lot of activities and competitions this past weekend.  
 
Congratulations to three SHS Wrestlers for placing at the Cut Bank Booster Invitational on Saturday.  Tyler Larson-5th, Harold Miller-4th, and Wyatt Brusven-2nd. The team as a whole placed 15th out of 27 teams.  Our girls' basketball team picked up a win against Fairfield while our boys put up a good fight, but came away with a loss.  SHS Speech & Drama team competed in Great Falls on Saturday placing 2nd in drama sweeps and 3rd in speech sweeps.  Individual results were:  Clara Waters-1st in Dramatic Solo; Luke Fretheim-3rd in SPOI;  Michael Sanchez and Hannah Nelson-2nd in Humorous Duo;  Brianna Hurley-8th in DOI.  Congratulations to all the Coyotes for their accomplishments.  Here's what's happening this week at SHS:
 
Monday 1/7: C-Squad BBB vs. Browning, 4:30pm
Monday 1/7: JV GBB vs. Browning, 5:30pm
Tuesday 1/8: SHS Football Dinner, 6:30, multi-purpose room
Thursday 1/10: SHS Wrestling @ Fairfield, 4:00pm
Friday 1/11: SHS GBB/BBB @ Harlem, JVG-3:30/JVB-5/VG-6:30/VB-8:00pm
Friday 1/11: SHS Wrestling @ Choteau, all day
Saturday 1/12: SHS GBB/BBB @ Malta, JVG-12/JVB-1:30 VG-3:00/VB-4:30pm
Saturday 1/12: SHS Wrestling @ Choteau, all day
Saturday 1/12: SHS Speech & Drama @ Power, 9:00am
Saturday 1/12: Jr. High Volleyball Jamboree @ Shelby, 9:00am, 4 teams will be playing in both gyms
 
Have a great week!
Charlie M. Russell High School in Great Falls hosted its 41st annual CMR Holiday Classic this past weekend giving over fifty wrestling teams from around the state a peek at this year’s top competitors.

A huge thank you to all the staff, parents, fans, and community of Shelby that helped make the Coyote Classic Tip-off Tournament a success.

2018 Whitehall Duals

The annual Whitehall Duals were held this past weekend. Twenty-one teams competed for the top dual meet position in the two-day team tournament. Nine members of the Shelby Coyote Wrestling Team wanted to prove that they were capable of big things this season. On day one of the events, the Coyotes would square off with familiar and not so familiar opponents.