BOZEMAN — On April 4, 2019 former Montana State standout Danny Sprinkle was hired as the 23rd head men’s basketball coach in Bobcats history. Sprinkle
BILLINGS — Though he wasn’t the most physically gifted or talented football player, John Edwards will always hold a special place in Montana history. He
Donnie Gay wanted to be the world bull riding champion at five years old. But not even the precocious kid from Mesquite, Texas could have predicted the success he’d have in the sport.
BILLINGS — Most people don’t realize Dan Carpenter’s football career started at wide receiver. Actually, it started on the soccer field before he parlayed it
Sunday Conversation: Jake Stuart reflects on rivalries, relationships built from days at Kremlin-Gildford
MALTA — Jake Stuart guided Kremlin-Gildford to back-to-back Class C state boys basketball championships in 1998 and 1999, earning state tournament MVP honors each season.
BILLINGS – Mick Durham has logged a lot of coaching miles. The Three Forks native is one of very few able to play for a
GREAT FALLS — Kevin Engellant’s basketball career has spanned four decades and a handful of different positions. He started as a standout player at Geraldine
GREAT FALLS — Marietta (Bahnmiller) Boyce has been a prominent basketball figure in Montana since the 1980s, winning the 1986 Class C girls basketball state
GREAT FALLS — Steve Keller is one of the winningest coaches in Montana basketball history. First at the high school level, Keller guided the Opheim
BIG SANDY – Charna (Ophus) Seibert is one of the most well-known players in MSU-Northern women’s basketball history. After leading Big Sandy to an undefeated
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