(Editor’s note: Montana State Athletics release) BOZEMAN — Montana State used a strong second half defensive effort to keep one of the nation’s top offensive
(Editor’s note: Argos Media Release) GREAT FALLS – The No. 13 Argos (12-4) outscored the No. 4 Montana Western Bulldogs 22-5 during the final 10
BUTTE – Not even 24 hours after a big Class A Southwestern win against rival Dillon, the Butte Central Lady Maroons hosted the Park High
(Editor’s note: Montana Tech Athletics media releases) BUTTE — The No. 22 Rocky Mountain Battlin’ Bears overpowered the Orediggers in the second half Saturday night
GREAT FALLS – The No. 23 ranked University of Providence men’s basketball team hosted Montana Western on Saturday. The Argos won in a blowout, 112-69.
GREAT FALLS – The defending Class AA champion Great Falls CMR boys basketball team was coming off the team’s first loss of the season as
BUTTE – While the boys were in Great Falls, the Butte High and Great Falls CMR girls basketball teams squared up against each other in
BOZEMAN — Second-ranked Billings West crowned three individual champions, more than any other team at the 2019 Tom LeProwse Battle in the Bridgers wrestling invitational,
CHURCHILL – In a Class B/C battle, Manhattan Christian and Townsend split their doubleheader series on Friday night. The Lady Bulldogs were dominant in the
THREE FORKS – Three Forks basketball defended its home floor on Friday night, as the Wolves picked up two wins over Manhattan. In the girls
BELGRADE – The Livingston Rangers and Belgrade Panthers each picked up a win as their basketball teams went head-to-head in a doubleheader on Friday night.
BUTTE — The Butte Central boys basketball team continues to lock down its opponents. The Maroons held Dillon without a field goal for more than
BOZEMAN — 28 schools from all over Montana gathered in Hawk gym at Bozeman High School for the annual Tom LeProwse wrestling tournament. Day 1
BUTTE — As the Bozeman Hawks prepared to host the 2019 Tom LeProwse Battle in the Bridgers wrestling tournament, the defending Class AA runner-up was
(Editor’s note: Montana State Athletics release) BOZEMAN — The offensive numbers were gaudy. Montana State scored a season-high 98 points, shot 53.6% from the floor,