After two solid days of play in Kalispell, the Helena Capital boys and girls golf teams each came away with top-four finishes.
The Bruin girls took second with a two-day total of 773, which put them 21 hosts behind Glacier which won the team title with 752. The CHS boys ended up taking fourth, just 12 shots behind Glacier and Whitefish. The Wolfpack won the title in a playoff. Sentinel was third with 632.
Paige O'Mara was eighth for the Bruins, while teammates Megan Swanson and Makayla Bury also finished in the top 12. Sarah Halferty was the top finisher for Helena High and she managed third overall, following rounds of 83 and 90.
Bury (98-86), Swanson (94-99) and O'Mara (96-95) were the only Capital girls to break 100 in both rounds.
Leading the way for the Capital boys was Cale Hines' (156) seventh-place finish, while Kyler Meredith (159) took 14th and Dutch Teders (160) finished 16th. Joe McGreevey wasn't far behind for the Bruins with a final total of 164.
For Helena, in addition to Halfery finishing in the top three overall, the Bengal boys also had solid showings from Joey Seliskar (89-91) as well as Myles Jacobs (94-93) as they were the only Bengal boys players to break 100 both days.
In local volleyball, East Helena was in action against Butte Central Thursday, on the road and dropped a three-set match to the Maroons by the scores of 25-17, 25-5 and 25-16.
Dymon root led the way for Vigilantes with five kills. Dru Lindsey managed 14 digs and Teagan Wigen also contributed with eight assists.
On Tuesday, Jefferson won a five-set thriller on the road Tuesday in volleyball action over the Manhattan Tigers, 19-25, 25-18, 25-22, 21-25, 15-6. Dakota Edmisten continued her stellar play, leading the way with 24 kills.