GREAT FALLS — The Steve Keller era at the University of Providence begins Friday when the Argo men’s basketball team hosts Salish Kootenai at the
HELENA — The Carroll College Fighting Saints beat the Stone Child Bear Paws in an exhibition men’s basketball game by a score of 135-63 on
MISSOULA – Sixteen teams played a combined 112 sets on the first day of the Missoula Volleyball Invite Thursday. After the dust finally settled, Helena
GREAT FALLS – McCade O’Reilly rushed for five first-half touchdowns to lead undefeated Bozeman to a 52-26 win over Great Falls High on Thursday. With
Billings Senior’s girls are headed back to the State AA tournament for the fourth straight year after a 2-1 playoff win over Great Falls CMR Thursday at Amend Park.
Weslen Jones buried his head in his hands after missing a wide-open shot from 10 yards out near the end of the first half Thursday. Luckily for Billings Skyview, he more than made up for it to start the second.
GREAT FALLS – The University of Providence women’s basketball team begins its 2018-19 season on Saturday when it hosts Mount Royal University in the McLaughlin
GREAT FALLS – The Great Falls High and Butte soccer teams played Class AA state playoff games at Memorial Stadium on Wednesday. The winners would
After handing Helena High its first conference loss of the 2018 season, Kalispell Flathead climbed in the latest Class AA volleyball poll, landing at No.
(Editor’s note: Cascade Collegiate Conference release) LA GRANDE, Ore. – The Montana State University-Northern men’s wrestling program edged out defending league co-champion Menlo College by one
Results of the high school volleyball and soccer games played Monday, Oct. 15.
#5. Carson McGinness out here looking like Fran Tarkenton! Chester-Joplin-Inverness at Centerville. Watch this crazy play. Carson McGinness drops back, he’s gonna escape two sack
There’s a new No. 1-ranked team in the MontanaSports.com high school football polls. Fairfield takes over the top spot in the Class B rankings, replacing
Saturday’s stunning loss to North Dakota might have felt unprecedented to Montana Grizzly football fans – and that’s because it was. In 7+ seasons with the Griz, Bobby Hauck had never lost back-to-back conference games. So a bye week couldn’t come at a better time.