Class AA At Great Falls’ Memorial Stadium BOYS Team scores (after seven events): Kalispell Glacier 37; Bozeman 28; Helena High 24; Helena Capital 21; Kalispell
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GREAT FALLS — The record-setting wasn’t as often as expected, but the record books were re-written on the opening day of the State AA
GREAT FALLS — A year ago, Damien Nelson said he would be chasing the 100-meter dash state record this spring. The Great Falls CMR sprinter
GREAT FALLS — Few, if any, Montana all-class track and field records are more impressive than Dennis Black’s 68-feet, 1/2-inch shot put throw in 1991.
GREAT FALLS — If the first event at the State AA track and field meet is an indicator for how the rest of the weekend
LAUREL — It took what was nearly the final attempt of Alysa Henry’s career to win the girls pole vault championship at the Class A
Garrison Hughes has captivated Montana’s track and field audience this spring, seemingly soaring to new heights each week in the pole vault. The Sidney senior
HELENA – Some athletes just have it. Helena Capital’s Justin Jenks isn’t just a college-bound athlete, having signed on for football and track at Colorado
While there will be plenty of intrigue as athletes pursue all-class records at the State AA track and field meet in Great Falls, there likely
MISSOULA – Lauren Heggen isn’t shy about her dreams and aspirations. “Oh, absolutely. I’m hoping to go Division I for track and field, that’s
Athletes have broken numerous records at Montana’s recent state track and field meets, but that doesn’t mean more aren’t in jeopardy this weekend. Montana’s best
The boys 100- and 200-meter dashes at the State B track and field meet are expected to be hotly contested. Big Timber’s Casey Gunlikson owns
BILLINGS — Sixty-eight individual track and field titles and eight team championships will be awarded this weekend. The State AA and State C meets run
HELENA – The past few seasons have been some of the best in the history of the Helena High boys track and field program.
MISSOULA — It’s been a slow grind this season for the Seeley-Swan boys track and field team. The first week of May was the first