Montabella High School

Eagles going for it again

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CC-C boys win track regional for second year in a row, qualify seven to state finals

The Carson City-Crystal boys track team has had a target on its back since the start of the season.

As the defending Division 4 state champions, every team competing against CC-C has given it their all to try and dethrone the champs.

The class of 2022: Montabella High School

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39 graduate from the Montabella High School Class of 2022.

Montabella senior credits wrestling with changing his life

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Tristin Almanza will be the first to admit that the younger version of himself did not exactly inspire confidence.

Tristin was a kid without goals. He didn’t care about school and just wanted to get back home to play his Xbox. He was in and out of the school office almost every day for getting in trouble and goofing off.

State champ Eagles headline MSAC jamboree No. 2

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State champ Eagles headline MSAC jamboree No. 2

Montabella softball shows determination, fight and togetherness in 18-16 walk-off victory over CC-C

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The Carson City-Crystal softball team came off the field in the bottom of the sixth inning looking dejected with their heads hanging.

A half-inning later, the Montabella Mustangs’ defense came off the field in the top of the seventh ready and determined to get a win.

CC-C’s Reeder mows through Mustangs’ young lineup

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Thirty-two pitches. Carson City-Crystal sophomore Gavin Reeder needed just 32 pitches to earn a Mid-State Activities Conference win on Thursday against Montabella.

Reeder mowed through the Mustangs’ lineup and the Eagles’ bats gave him all the run support he could need — earning a 16-0 win in the three-inning opener of Thursday’s doubleheader.

Montabella’s 15-point lead evaporates, Ravenna beats Mustangs, 56-53, in district finals

The outcome didn’t seem possible, the Mustangs felt the surreal nature of the moment.

High emotions poured out as the final buzzer sounded during Friday’s district final boys basketball game at White Cloud. The Mustangs’ last-second shot at the buzzer was short, there was no foul call, the game, and their season, was over.

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CC-C boys basketball defeats Montabella in overtime, 32-29; Mustangs and Eagles share MSAC conference title

It’s hard to ask for a better way to end the regular season than what transpired in Carson City on Thursday night.

The Montabella Mustangs came into Carson City with a 17-2 overall record and a 14-1 record in the Mid State Activities Conference. Their only loss in conference — a Jan. 26 home game against the Carson City-Crystal Eagles, 45-42. Revenge was on the mind for the Mustangs to take down the Eagles who entered the game with a 16-3 overall record and a 13-2 conference record.

Montabella boys overcome early 15-point deficit, beat Kent City in overtime, 64-57

With most teams playing at least 20 basketball games per season, it leaves a lot of room for lessons to be learned along the way.

While the Montabella boys basketball team has had plenty of success this year, entering Wednesday with a 15-1 overall record, they learned a lesson against Kent City that they may not have encountered up to this point in the season — it’s not about how you start, it’s about how you finish.

Lakeview Wildcats win second-straight wrestling district championship in easy fashion

Entering Thursday’s Division 4 wrestling districts at Carson City-Crystal, it wasn’t a surprise for many who was going to win the district — it was simply a matter of the final score.

The Lakeview Wildcats came in as the favorites after winning a district championship last season and graduating very few wrestlers. It was the size of their team, however, that sealed the deal.