BILLINGS — After 33 years coaching, Joe Shupe spent his final days on the mats at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark last weekend. The longtime
BOZEMAN — For the past 14 years, the Super Bowl has been the most watched television broadcast in the United States. When Super Bowl Sunday
WHITEFISH — When the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl kicked off on Sunday afternoon, it brought back memories for former Helena Central multi-sport athlete Pat Donovan.
HELENA — When the Montana High School Association holds its annual meeting on Monday in Butte, several in the audience will be called on stage
MISSOULA — Loree Payne won games on basketball courts all across Montana during her playing days at Havre High School. Whether she was hitting 3-pointers
LAUREL – Pat Hansen knows basketball. He’s been a boys high school head coach for more than two decades, winning state championships at Class C
Sunday Conversation: Montana Tech football coach Chuck Morrell discusses growing youth sports movement
BUTTE — Chuck Morrell has been the head football coach at Montana Tech for the past eight seasons, compiling a 46-40 overall record, including back-to-back
BOZEMAN — Montana State head football coach Jeff Choate has made a name for himself in his past three years in Bozeman. In the first
HELENA — Gary Turcott has been at Carroll College for more than 30 years — four years as a student in the 1960s, 20 years
HELENA — Mark Beckman has spent 22 years working in the Montana High School Association office, including the past 15 as executive director. During that
MISSOULA — Tuff Harris was one of 14 members inducted into the Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday. Harris earned all-state accolades in
MISSOULA — After 38 seasons and 865 wins as head coach of the Montana women’s basketball team, Robin Selvig announced his retirement in 2016. Selvig
MISSOULA — Jim O’Day still has fond memories of his time at the University of Montana. But more, the Cut Bank native appreciates the relationships
BOZEMAN — Wayne Moorman is one of the winningest volleyball coaches in Montana high school history. After taking the bench at Bridger High School in
As the Montana volleyball landscape ebbs and flows with the arrival of another All-Class State tournament, there always seems to be one constant – Iona Stookey leading the Huntley Project Red Devils as the favorites in Class B.