GREAT FALLS – When Kory Mytty and Shane Schwenke teamed up for their first Montana Circuit team roping title in 1994, several of the competitors
Look out Class C basketball, the Box Elder girls have some serious firepower. One week after Lilly Gopher scored 35 points in a win over
HAVRE — Montana State University-Northern football coach Andrew Rolin released the initial list of 2019 recruits Sunday, with 20 athletes committed to joining the Lights
Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals Great Falls, Mont., Jan. 11-13 All-around cowboy: Hank Hollenbeck, $9,181, tie-down roping and steer wrestling. Bareback riding: First round: 1.
GREAT FALLS — Bob and Kathleen Howard tell different versions of how they met. “I was on my college visit to Montana State, and the
MISSOULA — Loree Payne won games on basketball courts all across Montana during her playing days at Havre High School. Whether she was hitting 3-pointers
GREAT FALLS – The Stacy Frey Memorial Invitational Swim Invite was held at the Great Falls High pool on Saturday, January 12th. Nine schools were
GREAT FALLS – Coming off the team’s first win of the season over crosstown rival Great Falls CMR, the Great Falls High girls basketball team
GREAT FALLS – Saturday, January 12th marked day 2 of the 40th annual Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals at Four Seasons Arena in Great Falls.
DICKINSON, N.D. — Seven Montana State University-Northern wrestlers captured individual titles at the 2019 Tyler Plummer Open on Saturday, winning all but three of the
CHOTEAU — Hunter Reum and Trey Pribbernow won individual titles, while Jase Frederick, Logan Boadle and Tyson Sutherland finished runner-up as Poplar won the team
MISSOULA — Five defending Montana state wrestling champions won individual championships at the annual Jug Beck Rocky Mountain Classic wrestling tournament, while three more placed
MILES CITY — Damian Leidholt knows the history of his hometown wrestling tournament. The Custer County High School sophomore added to the legacy on Saturday.
MILES CITY — After one day of action, a pair of Class AA teams, along with everyone else, are chasing Class A Sidney at the
(Editor’s note: University of Providence athletics release) BUTTE — The No. 11 University of Providence Argos claimed a decisive 6-1 victory over the Montana Tech