We start with the badly injured foot of Bozeman Athletic Director, Jerry Reisig, but there he is, cheering on his team.

And, a Teddy Award goes to the Montana Tech football team that had no less than 43 players on the Frontier Conference All Academic team.

A Teddy to the organizers in Butte who put on the Cyclops wrestling tournament for more than 800 kids.

A Teddy Award goes to Montana State hurdler, Amanda Jaynes for her personal record of 8.68 seconds in the MSU last chance meet.

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Dillon’s Troy Anderson gets a Teddy for this play that helped his team beat Belgrade and give them an undefeated regular season. Belgrade’s Brock Salisbury gets a Teddy for this three pointer that helped beat Butte Central, 51-50, while Butte Central’s Tricia Joyce gets one for this triple that helped beat Belgrade.

Butte’s Ryan Lovshin gets a pair of Teddys for his 16 fourth quarter points that beat Billings Senior, then he does it again on Saturday to upset Billings Skyview, 46-45.

Bozeman’s Callaghan O’Reilly gets a Teddy for his 25 points in a victory over Great Falls and Riana Rogers gets one for this three that helped win in Great Falls.

Townsend’s Payden Anderson gets a Teddy for this great play that helped beat Whitehall in overtime.

A Teddy to Three Forks guard Morgan Allen, for her second half shooting that beat Big Timber.

Even though they lost, Anaconda’s Braxton Hill gets a Teddy for his three point shooting that almost upset Loyola.

In Class C, a Teddy to Twin Bridges Bryce Nye for this three pointer that helped upset Ennis, and to Raeann Bendon, for leading the girls to a district championship.

A Teddy to James Ramirez for leading Manhattan Christian to a district title, and a special Teddy to Lone Peak’s KP Hoffman who scored 18 points to lead her team to their first district championship in school history.

A Teddy award to Tech’s Courtney Coverdell for her 27 points to help upset Rocky, 65-63.

Riley Nordgaard, Montana State’s improving senior, gets a Teddy for her 25 points in 25 minutes performance at Sac State. Montana State’s Tyler Hall gets a Teddy for his overtime basket that beat Portland State.

But our Teddy Award of the Week goes to Bobcat sophomore, Sam Neumann for his 17 points, ten rebounds, and great defense in their 62-59 win over Sacramento State.