Montana’s high school wrestling season is off to a fast start with a handful of tournaments already in the books. Teams like Great Falls High,
GLASGOW — Defending team champions Colstrip and Circle remain atop the Class B and C wrestling polls, respectively, according to the latest results of the
SIDNEY — The champs are back. The Sidney wrestling program is ranked No. 1 in the weekly Class A wrestling polls, holding off second-place Frenchtown
BUTTE — After edging Great Falls High 37-30 on Tuesday evening, the Bozeman Hawks sit No. 1 in the first Class AA wrestling poll of
HELENA – Missoula Sentinel made the trek to Helena to duke it out on the mats with Helena Capital, but it was to no avail as
BOZEMAN – The Bozeman wrestling team welcomed in one of the best teams in the state, Great Falls High, for its home opener on Tuesday
GLASGOW — Head coach Guy Melby sent 12 wrestlers to the finals at the 23rd annual Scottie Invitational wrestling tournament over the weekend, leading Sidney
BUTTE – Below are results of the Day 2 winner’s pool from the Mining City Duals. ROUND 8 Billings West 49, Helena Capital 15 Bozeman 39,
BUTTE – Day one of the Mining City Duals is in the books at Butte High, and the winners are set for more action Saturday.
MISSOULA – Both Kalispell Glacier and Flathead wrestling teams traveled to Missoula on Thursday night to take on Sentinel and Big Sky, respectively. Sentinel def.
GREAT FALLS – The Bozeman High wrestling team dominated in a road dual at Great Falls CMR, leaving Great Falls with a 51-18 win. The
BILLINGS – Jace Rhodes’s goal for the rest of his Billings West High School wrestling career is simple: never lose again. “Obviously, I took a
BILLINGS – The Sidney Eagle Invitational is one of the most difficult early-season wrestling tournaments Montana has to offer. Twenty-three top wrestling teams from four
MISSOULA — Fourteen individuals will be inducted into the Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame’s 2018 class during the induction ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 1.
BOZEMAN – One of the top wrestlers in the state and the entire country signed his name on the dotted line to a Big-12 school.