GIRLS: POWER 72, SUNBURST 27 Entering Thursday’s game against Sunburst, Power senior Jessie Maruska had scored 981 career points and needed 19 points to reach
MISSOULA – One team came in the defending class AA champions. The other didn’t win a single game last season. But Great Falls CMR and
The first chapter of the 2018-19 high school basketball season in Montana is well under way in December’s second week. Already there have been a
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For the first time in three years, someone other than Tim O’Connell is in position to win the PRCA Bareback world title.
GREAT FALLS — Gatlin Sutherland is just like any other teenage athlete. He just recently turned 14 years old, he plays basketball and football, and
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
CUSTER — TJ Smith and Craig Lunde guided their Grass Range-Winnett and Wibaux football programs to the best 6-Man finishes in school history — Lunde’s
Cort Scheer put Monday behind him quickly. The Nebraska saddle bronc rider, who competed on the Montana State rodeo team for a year in 2007-08, responded to his Round 5 buck-off by splitting the Round 6 win at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Tuesday with an 89.5-point ride aboard Sue City Sue.
MILES CITY — After leading Billings West to the Class AA football state championship, Rob Stanton will lead the Montana all-stars into the 26th Knights
The Montana high school basketball season is in full swing, as tipoff tournaments commenced around the state over the weekend. A few teams made statements
After back-to-back disappointing performances, Caleb Bennett was in danger of falling out of the PRCA World Bareback title race before the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo reached the halfway point. A Round 4 win Sunday brought him right back in it.