Clipped From Montana Standard-Post
Cusier Can Tie Sidney for Class A's Lead (By The Associated Press) The finally beaten Sidney Eagles can end the Class A basketball pennant race Saturday nighl with a victory over runnerup fneio* «» of Miles City. But a loss to Custer would tie (he two clubs at 15-2, assuming that Glasgow, either on the hardwoods or by forfeit. Scollies May Forfeit Then, each club would have lo win its final game March 4 to continue the tie. Glasgow is scheduled to play at Sidney that night and Dawson of Gtendive at Cusier. II will be' Wednesday nighl be- ifore Glasgow High School trustees i decide if the Scotlies will finish out their schedule for forfeit their remaining contests. Basketball at the Valley County seal school was suspended due to alleged miscon- duct of Scotty players on a recent , . . i ?. a | les t . helr flrst conference loss road trip. Glendive Stopped Sidney In the only Class A contest the past week, front-running Sidney was upset by a Dawson tree throw made after the game-ending buzzer buzzer sounded. Dawson handed the 35-54 Friday night. Both Dawson and Sidney are idle this Friday night. Other contests contests matoh Custer at Glasgow, Hardin at Billings Central, Great Falls Central at Fergus of Lewistown Lewistown and Havre at Laurel. Saturday night contests send Custer to Sidney in the title-deciding title-deciding game, Dawson to Glasgow, Great Falls Central to Laurel and Havre to Lewistown. Billings Central Central and Hardin are idle.