By Adam Jerome, I-O Reporter
Lately there has been some confusion regarding the high school’s new rule concerning eligibility for extra-curricular activities. To start with this decision was not made with haste. The school staff had at least six meetings regarding the change in rules along with two school board meetings.
The coaches and board members also had the opportunity to attend the committee meeting.
The rule was passed at a July school board meeting and went into effect at the beginning of this school year. The rules regarding eligibility can be found in the CHS student/parent handbook.
The Conrad Public Library is set to host their second annual Afternoon of Chocolate on Feb. 10, from 1-4 p.m.
Scheduled to be on hand is New York Times bestselling author of Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, Jamie Ford.
His book is also listed as a “top reader” on the Barnes and Knobel Book Club selection, as well as the Target Book Club, to name a couple.
QUICK PIN ARTIST — Luke Schlosser, 105, placed first in his weight division of 105 pounds at the Choteau Classic over the weekend. He was 4-0 on the mats, all of his wins came by pins as he was also the winner of the “Quick Pin” award. I-O Photo by Colleen Moritz
By Buck Traxler, I-O Editor
Twenty-nine teams participated in the 31st annual Choteau Classic over the weekend and with the exception of the state meet, this is one of the biggest tournaments the mat-men wrestle in for the year.
When the dust settled on Saturday the home boys were positioned in seventh place among the 29 B/C teams that shared time on the mats.
After the quarterfinals on Friday the top 10 teams and places looked like this: Cascade-Simms 83, Huntley Project 82, Townsend 75, Choteau 63, Malta 52, Chinook 51, Conrad 43, Florence 41, Harlem 37, and St. Ignatius-Charlo 35.