As soon as Annie Woods lost in the 2018 State AA doubles championship match, the planning started. “Last year after state, we talked about it and said it would actually be really fun if we could play doubles together.”
BUTTE — With the Class A state track and field meet this weekend in Laurel, the Butte Central Maroons are looking to bring home some hardware.
HELENA — In early May, Governor Steve Bullock signed House Bill 725 into law, legalizing sports wagering in Montana. The Montana Lottery will operate sports wagering,
KALISPELL — Kalispell Flathead’s Perrin family has been attacking the Class AA track and field record books over the past decade, but their obsession dates
Caden Moore has been playing tennis most of his life. Ragan Cosgrove meanwhile is newer to the game. Both enjoy it, but neither are defined by it. That takes a much longer list.
(Editor’s note: Former Chester, Carroll College and Detroit Lions tight end Casey FitzSimmons recently invited MTN Sports to his ranch near Canyon Creek outside Helena.
MISSOULA — Tim Gray and Dennis Staves planned to retire from coaching after a final season in 2017, but how can you say no to
On May 14, the 50th annual Special Olympics Montana Summer Games will get underway in Great Falls. 2,000 athletes are registered with the organization across the Treasure State, able to compete in 18 different sports between summer and winter. But that number could be cut by over 20 percent if some things don’t change.
(Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part story on the recovery of six-time NFR qualifier J.R. Vezain. Part 1 can be seen here.)
BILLINGS — Melstone cowboy J.R. Vezain just passed the seven-month mark of when he broke his spine while riding bareback at a rodeo in Texas.
In 2017 Columbia Falls freshman runner Kimberly Peacock was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic leukemia. It’s been nearly two years since peacock was told she would have to fight for her life. And now in remission but not fully clear, Peacock is ready to getting back to the life of a normal high schooler.
In 2014, Maggie Voisin was set to be one of the youngest U.S. Olympians to compete at the Sochi Winter Games at just 15 years old. But just a day before the opening ceremony, Voisin broke her ankle on a practice run and was sidelined for the entire event.
BUTTE — All boxers have reasons why they fight, why they step in the ring and push their bodies to the absolute limit. For Rheanna Brush,
HAVRE — Brett Glaser knows a thing or two about injuries. The Glasgow senior has had three major surgeries in his high school career, yet
FRENCHTOWN — When he’s on the baseball diamond, Tradd Richardson is constantly evaluating the game situation. He intensely thinks over the different scenarios, repeatedly analyzing