Our KSEN / K96 – Bozeman Trophy Athlete of the Week is an undoubtedly unique choice and our female Athlete of the Week gets recognition for her outstanding season and recent tournament play.

Obviously, it’s not really an Athlete of the Week but we could say Athletes of the Week as we recognize the outstanding season just completed by the Power/Dutton/ Brady Football Team.

The Titans finished with a 9-2 record with both losses coming to the same team and they hosted their 1st State Championship game ever, certainly a year to be remembered.

Titans Head Coach Tom Tranmer agrees it was truly an amazing year and to be quite honest he said we didn’t have visions of a State Championship game when the season began.

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But he did know that he had a talented team with six Sr.’s to lead the way, four of which that have been named our Athletes of the Week.

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And that’s saying something because Tranmer has now been at it for 40 seasons and we congratulate him and the Titans on an outstanding season.

Female Athlete of the Week honors go to a young athlete from CJi who has had an outstanding season but for whatever the reason had not been selected to this point. Lady Hawks Sr. Tatum Hull just completed her 4th year as the starting middle hitter. She led CJi thru the District Tournament and into the Divisionals where she again led the way with 11 aces, 39 digs, 33 kills and 11 blocks, some of those numbers against the State qualifying Simms Tigers.

At the end of the season Tatum was named 1st Team All-Conference and All-State representing the Northern Division and certainly finishing off a distinguished career for the CJI Volleyball team.

Congratulations to our KSEN/K96 –Bozeman Trophy Athlete’s of the Week, The Power/Dutton/Brady Football Team and Sr. Tatum Hull of CJI. The Athlete of the Week is sponsored locally by McDonald’s in Cut Bank. McDonald’s honors out Athlete’s with two free value meals each.

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