The 2019 high school softball season ended on Saturday with Belgrade completing an undefeated season with its third consecutive Class A state championship. The Panthers
High school sports wrapped up over the weekend and a handful of Southwest Montana athletes brought hardware back to their hometowns. From Class AA to
Another year of high school sports is in the books. Now let’s look at the big picture. We added up results from every Montana High
There had only been one tie in over 100 years of Montana track and field coming into 2019. By the end of Saturday, there were three.
History will say all three favorites won the 2019 MHSA State softball tournaments, but anyone who paid attention will remember it wasn’t that black and white.
KALISPELL — The Class B state track and field record books will need to be re-printed before next year’s state meet in Laurel. Multiple class
KALISPELL — Missoula County High School was one of the most successful athletic schools in Montana’s history, winning multiple state championships in a variety of
State A track and field: Polson’s Frissell, Glendive’s Murphy break state records; Laurel, Dillon boys co-champions
LAUREL — Just a few weeks ago, Polson’s Bea Frissell wasn’t sure what the girls State A record in the 3,200-meter run was. After Saturday
POLSON — Belgrade put the finishing touches on a perfect season with another dominant showing at the Polson Softball Complex Saturday. Panthers pitcher Erin Elgas
(Editor’s note: Montana State University media release) SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Montana State’s Duncan Hamilton completed his first appearance at the NCAA West Preliminary Round on
POLSON — The four teams remaining in the winners’ bracket at the Class A state softball tournament did not disappoint on Friday. Two thrilling quarterfinals
KALISPELL — The Huntley Project boys track and field team had lofty expectations entering the weekend’s Class B state track and field meet at Legends
State A track and field: Columbia Falls’ Angellica Street breaks all-class javelin record; Levi Taylor wins 2 titles
LAUREL — Columbia Falls junior Angellica Street stands alone in the Montana record books. Street claimed her second consecutive State A girls javelin title with