Montana State Bobcats football holds charity softball game

BOZEMAN – The Montana State football team held their annual Bobcat Softball Classic today to raise money for a special cause.

It was the Cats football team named the “Big Hits & Sticks” versus the “Lights & Sirens” made up of Bozeman-area first responders in a friendly slow pitch game. Fans were out on a beautiful day to cheer on their teams. Proceeds from tonight’s game are going to Montana trooper Wade Palmer, who was shot and injured in the line of duty in march.

The Big Hits & Sticks took home the win in the third annual game, winning 9-6 win over the Lights and Sirens, but the score wasn’t really the point. Getting the community out to support a great cause and give back as much as they could was what made today special for those on the field.

Nick Petraccione

Nick Petraccione

Nick is the Sports Director at KBZK and KXLF in Butte and Bozeman, Montana. He attended Syracuse University and moved to Montana in 2017.
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