The Montana Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (MIAAA) recently announced its 2018-19 athletic directors of the year. Mark Ator of Colstrip was named the Montana athletic
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BUTTE – Butte and a handful opf other schools crowded insode the YMCA for the Butte swimming invitational today. *Below are the results of covered
BUTTE — After only two weeks of public discussions between the Anaconda school board and community, a clear decision was made Wednesday night that Anaconda
BUTTE – In late November, MTN Sports shared the inspiring story of Butte High freshman Max Demarais, who missed the Bulldogs’ 2018 football season while he
HELENA — The Helena Capital girls cross country program has a new head coach. Anna Doran was named the head coach of the Bruins on
GREAT FALLS – The Stacy Frey Memorial Invitational Swim Invite was held at the Great Falls High pool on Saturday, January 12th. Nine schools were
The Billings West boys and Billings Senior girls won bragging rights in the pool Saturday by capturing team titles at the Billings city swim meet.
MISSOULA – This past May, the Montana High School Association distributed an article titled “The Inherent Risk of Sports Specialization.” It cited a University of
BOZEMAN – The Bozeman Hawks swim team cruised to victory on their Senior Day as they hosted their final home meet before the state tournament.
As we turn the calendar today, we want to take one last opportunity to highlight some of the best athletes from 2018 in our annual Athlete of the Week tribute.
What a year it’s been. We’ve seen buzzer beaters, goal-line stands, countless champions, even multiple Olympians!
The KPAX countdown of the top sports stories of the year now reaches a phenom unlike anything we’ve seen in Montana. Coming in No. five
HELENA — After more than three decades of working with high school students and student-athletes, Tim Kelly will retire at the end of the school
Former Bozeman standout Camila Noe transferring to Montana State; Bradley Graves, Casey Gunlikson sign
(Editor’s note: Montana State University media release) BOZEMAN – A name that is familiar to those in the Bozeman area will join the Montana State
Three years ago, Billings star Christina Aragon took her prodigious talents to Stanford, one of the best track and field programs in the country, and is now one of the best middle distance runners in the world. This past May, Ethan Harder chose the University of Texas with the same goal in mind.