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
(Editor’s note: Carroll College media release) HELENA — Carroll College track and field signed three athletes, coach Harry Clark announced. The Saints will bring in
(Editor’s note: Carroll College athletics release) HELENA — Carroll College men’s soccer forward Jose (Javi) Porras was 2018 United Soccer Coaches National Scholar Player of
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(Editor’s note: Carroll College athletics release) HELENA — Carroll College volleyball coach Moe Boyle announced the signing of Katherine McEuen on Wednesday. McEuen comes to
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
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
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.