(Editor’s note: Carroll College athletics release) HELENA — Carroll College women’s soccer coach Dave Thorvilson announced the signing of Sydney Marbach and Sarah Conway as
HELENA — With divisions for kids as young as 7 years old, the Helena Vigilantes and Novas have an activity for everyone … as long
CHICAGO — Rylan Ortt helped Missoula Sentinel to a first at this spring’s Class AA state track and field invite, as the Spartan boys took
Nothing about wrestling comes easy – and no one knows that better than Great Falls own Mike Zadick, a four time state champion, a college all-american, and former Olympian.
HAMILTON – The Montana Grizzlies have big plans for the 2019 football season. But they’re also looking beyond next year. Hamilton star quarterback Carson Rostad
HELENA — Carroll Women’s basketball hosted 18 high school player for the Fighting Saints’ first ever ‘Elite Prospect Camp’ Friday at the Carroll College P.E.
BILLINGS — The Billings Royals defeated the Post 43 Giants from Jackson, Wyo. by a score of 12-2 on Friday afternoon at the Goldsmith Gallery
FLORENCE — Rob Ralls witnessed a lot of winning in his time with the Florence softball program. Now he is stepping away from the dugout,
CHICAGO — Angellica Street of Columbia Falls was named Montana’s 2019 Gatorade girls track and field athlete of the year on Thursday. Street is the
GREAT FALLS — Fifth-year professional basketball player Josh Huestis is back in Great Falls hosting his annual skills camp at CMR. The Rustler great allowed
HELENA — Skating in a circular motion, dodging and hitting opponents; all in the name of Roller Derby, is where ‘Boo’ finds herself at home.
GREAT FALLS — Josh Huestis has played a lot of basketball over the years. But he hasn’t always loved it. “I think it’s easy to
(Editor’s note: MSUB Athletics release) BILLINGS – Madisan Chavez was announced as the first-ever Yellowjacket women’s triathlete by the Montana State University Billings department of
BILLINGS — Player safety in football has been a hot topic in recent years. Billings Central has taken that strongly into account and is implementing
MILES CITY — The 26th annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl was a tale of two halves for Montana. Montana entered halftime trailing North Dakota