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  • Goldsmith Gallery Legion Baseball Tournament Highlights

    Opening day highlights and results from the Goldsmith Gallery Legion Tournament.

  • Helena Halos Growing Up Together

    "Not only are we teaching these kids about the game of softball but we're teaching them about life," said Halos general manager Sarah Birnel.  Carroll College softball assistant coach Sarah Birnel established Helena Halos Fast-Pitch Softball in 2015. She admits to hesitating at first because of her demanding schedule.  "But then I thought 'Well, this game has given me so much in my personal life' and that's why I coach. I just wanted to be a difference and a c...

  • Helena Halos Growing Up Together

    "Not only are we teaching these kids about the game of softball but we're teaching them about life," said Halos general manager Sarah Birnel.  Carroll College softball assistant coach Sarah Birnel established Helena Halos Fast-Pitch Softball in 2015. She admits to hesitating at first because of her demanding schedule.  "But then I thought 'Well, this game has given me so much in my personal life' and that's why I coach. I just wanted to be a difference and a c...
  • Augusta Little League Thriving after Resurgence

    Augusta Little League Thriving after Resurgence

  • Hutton Family Puts the "Heart" in the Heart and Sole Run

    Like many families, for Alan Hutton and his daughter Courtney, Father's Day weekend just wouldn't be the same without the Heart and Sole run.

  • Thurber Family Keeping "CMR Pride" Alive

    Construction on the new CMR fitness center is moving right along. Tuesday afternoon, the Great Falls Public Schools foundation held a meeting to approve the new signs that will go on both the inside and outside of the building.

  • Tee It Up: Brian Fish

    In the third installment of Tee It Up sponsored by Spas of Montana Shaun Rainey and the ESPN Radio guys Ryan Tootell and Colter Nuanez head to Bozeman and putt around with Montana State Men's Head Basketball Coach Brian Fish. Despite not being much of a golfer Fish shares his stories about coaching, his rare food allergy and playing against Patrick Ewing. 
  • UP Argos Host Youth Hoops Camp

    As we now pass mid-June, basketball season is long gone; but for dedicated young hoopers, now is the time to get better.  Steve Keller has been coaching in Montana for decades. 

  • Belt PRCA Rodeo Highlights

    Highlights from the PRCA Rodeo in Belt, Montana
  • Voyagers Walk Off To Take Opener

    Final Brewers: 5 Voyagers: 6
  • Voyagers Readying for 2018 Season

    Last year… the Voyagers were one game away from winning the Pioneer League title.

  • Mustangs Announce Season Opening Roster

    The Mustangs open the ’18 Pioneer League season at Dehler Park in Billings on Friday, June 15th, when they play host to the Missoula Osprey at 7:05 pm MDT.

  • Ennis' Wood Twins Excited for Call Up at Badlands Bowl

    For Ennis twins Corbin and Tanner Wood, being on team Montana wouldn't be the same without each other.

  • Brewers Prepare for Final Season in Helena

    The Brewers came to Helena in 1978, and after nearly 40 seasons of baseball, 2018 will be the team's last in Montana.

  • Blind Runner Prepares for First 10K at Heart and Sole

    Despite being legally blind, Shannon Payne hasn't found anything that's been able to slow her down.

  • Sunburst's Pickering Picking Up 11-Man Game at Badlands Bowl

    School is in session as they say, and Treyton looks like he could be one of the one of the top students of the 2018 class. The Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl will be his first test. 

  • Cardinals Dominate Chargers in Tuesday Night Matchup

    Highlights from the Tri-County Cardinals and Great Falls Chargers American Legion "A" baseball game held on June 12. 

  • Zadick Brothers Hold Annual Camp

    Zadick Brothers Hold Annual Camp

  • West's Gagnon Doing Everything He Can to Help Team Montana

    West's Cody Gagnon is more than just a kicker for the Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl, he's whatever the team needs him to be.

  • Familiar Face to Lead Capital Girls Basketball

    One month ago - long time Capital girls basketball coach Bill Pilgeram announced he was leaving the program to accept a coaching position as Corban College. 

  • Montana's Star Studded Rosters Impress Versus Wyoming

    With 19 players on the rosters, 16 will be headed to play collegiate basketball for both the Montana boys and girls All Star teams.

  • Hightlights From the Central Montana Shootout 6/9 (Girls High School Hoops)

    Highlights from the Central Montana Shootout. 
  • Montana Boys and Girls All Stars Pull off Sweep of Wyoming

    For the boys it marked a 14th straight win, and kept head coach Steve Keller perfect in the series. For the ladies, it was their fifth straight win in the series.

  • Ethan Harder Shines at Mel Zajac International

    In Ethan Harder's first international meet of his career at the Mel Zajac Invitational in Vancouver, BC, Canada, the Billings Aquatic Club swimmer turned some heads.

  • Erin Hocker Named Gatorade Player of the Year

    Great Falls High had a number of accolades this softball season - including being the first undefeated team in AA history. Now, the Bison have one more accomplishment to add to the long list. 

  • Royals Win Second Straight Game on Walk Off Over Butte

    The Royals win their 14th straight game, and move to 17-1 on the season.

  • Big Blue Dominates 6 and 8 Man All-Star Games

    Final Scores:  6 Man  Blue: 28 Red: 70 8 Man Blue: 18 Red: 56
  • Helena Huskies Lacrosse Hungry For State Tournament

    Helena Huskies head coach Pat Lane's 14-and-under team made it all the way to the state championship game last season.  

  • Montana's Elite Prepare for 6-Man All-Star Game

    Tomorrow in the Highwood Mountains 40 of the state's elite 6-man football players will all come together under the lights. 

  • North Star's Miller Twins Prepare for All-Star Game

    As iron sharpens iron, one brother sharpens another... For the Miller brothers, Devon and Dylan these skills became sharp enough to make the 6 man all star game...  "We've always been very competitive.. like.. Devon grew faster than I did so he was always bigger and I tried to keep up and I think that's what toughened me up honestly," chaid Dylan. Apart from the physical aspects of the game, the Millers hold each other accountable, challenging each other to get better...

  • Valier Sends Six Panthers to Six Man All-Star Game

    After falling in the State semi-finals to Westby Grenora, the Valier Panthers believed their football journey together had finally come to an end. Months after the clock hit triple zeroes, six Panthers will reunite to represent their town on the field during Saturday's six man all-star game.  "We had a great coaching staff in Valier and our boys, we had a good class and we worked hard and you know it pays off; it shows with all the purple out here," said  runningb...
  • Pickering, Curry to Start Cat-Griz Rivalry Early

    Pickering, Curry to Start Cat-Griz Rivalry Early

  • Sunburst Seniors Prepare to Play Final Time Together

    The road to the 6 man all-star game has taken me to North Toole County, Refiner Nation, where Christian Bloch and Treyton Pickering are warming up to play for eachother one last time. "Being able to play with Christian one last time. I've been playing with him for seven years and it's goinna be different playing without him, and it's gonna be a fun time and hopefully we have some more memories coming out of this game," Pickering said. Christian and Treyton's grid iro...
  • 5/28: Senior Standout - Fergus' Marissa James

    The ascension to become one of the best hurdles Fergus High School has ever seen didn't just happen overnight for Marissa James. 

  • Great Falls High Bison Compete Perfect Season

    The Great Falls High Bison became the first-ever unbeaten Class AA softball state champion. The Bison took an early lead over the Sentinel Spartans who battled back to tie the game. The Bison had an answer just as they did all spring, pulling away for a 14-4 victory to cap off their perfect year. After the game, the Bison said it all came down to chemistry.  "To come back after having that like it just shows how much dedication and hard work we have and stuff. We didn't let...
  • State Track and Field Sights and Sounds

    Three all class records were broken during this year's state track and field meets, hear from many of the champions were feeling after their championship efforts.
  • High School Hit of the Week 5/27

    Great Falls freshman Morgan Sunchild set the tone early in the class AA state championship game with a two run home run as the Bison go a record 22-0.
  • All Class High School Softball Highlights

    Highlights from classes AA,A, and B/C softball. 
  • All Class State Championship Track and Field Highlights

    Highlights From Classes: AA, A, B, and C track and field championships.
  • State AA & C Track & Field Highlights: Day 2

    Highlights from Friday's Class AA/C State Track & Field Meet
  • Kamden Hillborn Takes Home State Pole Vault Title

    Helena High's Kamden Hillborn clears 12'3" to take home the Class AA State Pole Vault title - her third title of the year after soccer and basketball.
  • 5/24: Northcentral Montana All-Class Day 1 State Softball Highlights

    Highlights from all classes in day one of state softball tournament play in the Northcentral Montana area.
  • West High Track Preps for State AA

    West High Track Team Preps for State-AA in Great Falls

  • Jefferson Track and Field Has Style(s)

    Jefferson High sophomore Avery Stiles says he is six months removed from ACL surgery after a football injury and surprised even himself earlier this year.  

  • Senior Broncs ready for State-AA Softball Opener

    Senior faces Glacier in Thursday's opening round of the State-AA Softball Tournament. Lady Broncs enter as the 2-seed, while Glacier enters as the 3-seed. Senior enters the 8-team field as one of the state's most potent offensive teams
  • 5/21: Senior Standout - Broadwater's Jack Dolan

    Broadwater High School senior Jack Dolan has suited up in four sports for the Bulldogs but wasn't always one of the top distance runners in Class B.  "I was little bit overweight at the time but I've actually cut off 5 minutes off my time and a lot of that is due to I've had really, really great teammates, my opponents and then my mom, my coach, has helped me so much," said Jack.  Brooke Dolan helped Jack and his teammates bring the first-ever cross-country sta...
  • High School Hit of the Week 5/20

    Helena's Sam Matteucci smashes this week's hit into the back fence to help send the Bengals to state!

  • High School Divisional Track and Field Highlights

    Team Results From Divisional Meets Eastern AA  Boys: 1. Bozeman: 126  2. Billings West: 114 3. CMR: 77.5 Girls: 1. Bozeman: 191 2. Billings West: 110 3. Billings Senior: 102 Western AA Boys: 1.  Glacier: 135 2.  Flathead: 118 3. Helena: 108 Girls: 1. Sentinel: 171 2. Hellgate: 92 3. Glacier: 85   North/East B Boys: Glasgow: 168 Fairfield: 132 Cu...
  • Sidney's Hughes Sets New High Mark with 17 Foot Pole Vault

    , a two time Class A pole vault champion, has now vaulted over the 16'4" state record four times this season..

  • State BC Tennis Finals

    Results Girls Singles: Big Fork's Ellie Berreth defeats Choteau's Michaela Gunderson. 6-2,6-1 Boys Singles:  Great Falls Central Catholic's Nick Scott defeats Great Falls Central Catholic's defending champ, Roger Mai.  6-2, 4-6, 6-4 Girls Doubles:  Fort Benton's Megan Clark and Katie Giles defeat Chinook's Megan Pruttis and Sierra Swank.  7-5,6-1 Boys Doubles:  Big Fork's Clayton and Colten Reichenback defeat Loyola's David Ramsey and Dan Kaleva. 6...

  • Miles City Softball Clinches Top Spot at Eastern A Divisional

    For the second straight year Miles City will be the top seed out of the east at State.

  • Class B/C State Tennis Tournament Highlights: Day 2

    Here are the highlights from the second day of the Class B/C State Tennis Tournament in Great Falls, Montana.
  • 5/17: Northern C Divisional Track & Field Highlights

    Highlights from the Northern C Divisional track & field meet held on Thursday, May 17th.  

  • Helena High Heads to State with Win over Big Sky

    Highlights from the Helena High/Big Sky Western Divisional playoff series held on Thursday, May 17th. 

  • Special Olympics Montana Kicks Off with Opening Ceremonies

    Great Falls is on fire as the Special Olympics Flame of Hope lit up the Four Seasons Arena for the opening ceremonies on Wednesday. 

  • Midland Roundtable Finalist; Catherine Follet

    West High's Catherine Follet, Finalist for the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year

  • Griz Fans Pour into Great Falls for Fundraising Event

    Griz Fans Pour into Great Falls for Fundraising Event

  • Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year Finalist: Charlie Klepps

    Senior High's Charlie Klepps, finalist for the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year.

  • 5/14 Senior Standout: DGS's Kordell Carpenter

    In the small town of Denton - it's not too often you'll find athletes who compete at the level of Kordell Carpenter.

  • Cut Bank Wolves Team Captain Pack-First Mentality Shines Off the Track

    Abbi Fitzpatrick is a team captain of the Cut Bank Wolves track and field team. Like any good captain, she understands the needs of her team and where she fits into it.  For Abbi, these principles also apply to life...  "I started the Glacier County Healthy Food Project. I work with low income families and families that don't have access to healthy, affordable food," she said. That translated into over  66 hundred dollars raised and food boxes for roughly 6...

  • Torgerson's 11 K's Lead Royals to Win Over Missoula

    Torgerson led a six inning shutout game that led to the Royals win.

  • High School Hit of the Week 5/13

    Check out this week's biggest hit!

  • Athlete of the Year Finalist: Raegan Steiner

    Raegan Steiner has been one of the most electrifying players in Senior volleyball history. After winning a state championship as a sophomore, Raegan's teams finished third, second, and second in the final three years of her career. She is headed to Idaho State to continue her career after being named Gatorade Player of the year, as well as an All American as a senior.
  • Athlete of the Year Finalist: Brock Bushfield

    Brock Bushfield enjoyed a very successful athletic career at Skyview.

  • Billings High School Softball Highlights 5/12

    Check out highlights from Skyview and West softball.

  • Spring Fling High School Softball Highlights

    Highlights from the Spring Fling High School Softball Tournament. 
  • Bill Pilgeram Leaving Capital Basketball After 20 Years

    Capital High girls basketball head coach Bill Pilgeram is leaving Helena to become the newest leader of the Corban University women's basketball program. 

  • 5/11: Northern AA Division Tennis, Day 2

    Highlights from the Northern AA Divisional tennis matches held on Friday, May 11th.
  • Great Falls Chargers "A" Team Rolls Over Tri-County

    Highlights from the American Legion Baseball game between Great Falls and Tri-County held on Thursday, May 10th. 

  • 5/10: Northern AA Divisional Tennis Day 1 Highlights

    Highlights from the Northern AA tennis divisionals held on Thursday, May 10th.
  • Carroll Pole Vaulter Qualifies for Nationals at Alma Mater

    Highlights from the University of Providence track and field meet held on Thursday, May 10th.

  • Capital Runs Away From Helena With Crosstown Meet

    The track and field teams from Helena High and Capital High met at Vigilante Stadium for the 2018 crosstown meet.

  • Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year Finalist: Joey Moore

    West High's Joey Moore tonight's finalist for the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year. Moore heads to San Diego State on a golf scholarship after winning two State-AA titles with the Bears
  • Brendan Howard to Transfer to MSU-Billings

    After redshirting this past year at Eastern Washington University, former Great Falls High product Brendan Howard plans to transfer to MSU-Billings.

  • District 9C Track & Field Meet Highlights & Results

    District 9C Track & Field Meet Highlights & Results

  • Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year Finalist: Payton Meyer Senior

    Billings Senior's Payton Meyer Finalist for the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year. Meyer was  first team all-state selection as a junior, Will attend  MSU Billings next fall on a softball scholarship.
  • Capital Softball Completes 2018 Crosstown Sweep

    Helena High softball hosted crosstown rival Capital High for Senior Day. The Bruins blanked the Bengals 9-0 to complete a 2018 sweep and finish unbeaten in AA Western Conference play.  

  • Memorial Stadium Dedicated; Kicks off Crosstown Track

    Memorial Stadium Dedicated; Kicks off Crosstown Track

  • Gabe Sulser Midland Roundtable Preview

    The reigning Gatorade Player of the Year in football is Gabe Sulser. He has been the most electrifying player in the state each of the past two seasons.

  • Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year Finalist: Maddie Brockel

    West High's Maddie Brockel Finalist for the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year

  • 5/7 Senior Standout: Fort Benton's Madison Thompson

    "When you're working hard and you feel like you're dying, you just think something good can come out of it… and I think it showed the girls that if you work for something you can just get it." Last year,  Fort Benton's Madi Thompson put in the work to lead the Longhorns track and field team to State championship, taking first place in the 100 meter dash while coming in 2nd place in pole vault and long jump… "before the state tournament, I was out ru...

  • Mike Henneberg New Athletic Director in Great Falls

    Longtime track and field coach and CMR alumni, Mike Henneberg will be the new athletic director for the Great Falls Public school system - consisting of both CMR and Great Falls High. 

  • Providence Womens Basketball Headed to Italy

    The NAIA women’s basketball season officially ended on March 20. Graduation for the University of Providence was on May 5. Even so, the 2018 season is, in a way, not yet over for UP’s women’s basketball team. 

  • Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year Nominee: Nolan Askelson

    Senior's Nolan Askelson was a key member of the Senior Broncs championship teams in both 2016 and '17.

  • High School Hit of the Week 5/6

    How about a walk off over your biggest rival for this week's hit of the week?

  • CMR at Helena High: AA High School Track

    CMR visited  the Capital city for track and field on Saturday. 
  • Great Falls High Softball Stays Undefeated Through First 15

    The Great Falls High Bison won by knockout this afternoon after defending their home field against he Skyview Falcons in jut five innings. 
  • Royals Sweep Butte in Saturday Double Header

    The Royals improve to 6-1 on the season.

  • Scarlets Top Butte off DeVries Walk Off

    Scarlets senior Cole DeVries delivered the game winning run, in a game that had no shortage of offense.

  • Senior Thumps Bozeman on Hawks Senior Day

    Coming into Friday's action, the Senior Broncs softball team sat on top of the leaderboard for runs scored in the Eastern AA, and they didn't take their foot off the gas. In game one the Broncs opened the scoring with Bozeman with a two run home run, and saw the orange and black cross the plate 45 more times on the day, as Senior took game one 24-1 and game two 23-4. The Broncs next game will be on Tuesday when they face Billings West.
  • Wildcats Spoil Senior Day with DH Sweep of ‘Jackets

    The Wildcats spoiled Senior Day with an 11-4 win in the opener and a 21-6 thumping to finish the regular season.

  • 5/4 High School Track & Field Highlights: 8C-10C Preview Meet

    Highlights from the 8C-10C Preview Meet in Choteau, MT
  • Memorial Stadium Track to be Dedicated May 8

    Memorial Stadium Track to be Dedicated May 8

  • Laurel Softball Uses Late Rally to Walk-Off Over Billings Central

    The win gives Laurel the season sweep over Billings Central 2-0.

  • Senior Softball Explodes Late in Win Over Skyview

    The Broncs scored 9 runs in the sixth inning to drop the Falcons.

  • MSUB Baseball Sweeps CWU in Doubleheader Thursday

    Opening the final regular-season series of the 2018 season in style, Montana State University Billings swept Central Washington University in a doubleheader at Dehler Park.

  • 5/3: High School Softball Highlights & Scores

    Highlights and scores from high school softball games held on Thursday, May 3rd. 

  • Carroll Softball Fighting For First Postseason Win

    Carroll College softball heads to the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament this weekend. 

  • McDonagh Honored by Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

    McDonagh Honored by Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

  • Vote for Student Athlete 2017-2018

    Voting for Student Athlete of the Year 2017-2018 begins May 1!

  • Helena Tennis Completes 2018 Crosstown Sweeps

    Helena High and Capital High tennis celebrated Senior Day as they met for the second crosstown matches of 2018. 

  • Helena's Kamden Hilborn Commits to Cats

    Helena High student-athlete Kamden Hilborn is headed to Bozeman to play women's basketball for the Montana State Bobcats. 

  • 26th Annual Cascade 'Top 8 Meet' Highlights

    Highlights from the 26th Annual Cascade 'Top 8 Meet' in Choteau
  • Midland Roundtable Top-10 Track Meet

    Highlights from the Midland Roundtable Top-10 Track Meet

  • Senior Standout: Great Falls High's Erin Hocker

    Throughout the years Great Falls High pitcher Erin Hocker has gotten more and more consistent. Now, in her senior campaign, she's at the top of her game and will be at the forefront of a Bison title pursuit. 

  • Sidney's Garrison Hughes Sets New PR with 16'9" Pole Vault

    The state record for boys pole vault in Montana is 16'5", set by Helena High's Chase Smith in 2015. Hughes is expected to break that record at the state A-B track and field meet in Laurel on May 25-26.

  • Scarlets Top Bucks for Opening Season Win

    The Billing Scarlets start their season 1-0 after a quick start in their opener.

  • High School Hit of the Week 4/29

    Check out this week's biggest smash!

  • Foothills Christian Two Sport Athlete First Runner-Up in Miss Teen Montana

    Diana Johnson does it all....Despite her lack of experience, Diana joined the Foothills Christian Golf team as a sophomore last spring.  "Diana came to one of our meetings. One of our informational meetings and her and her sister joined," said Cory Engel, Foothills Christian golf coach.    Golf was not Diana's first sport. Her skill and versatility earned her all-conference honors in volleyball this past season.  Diana's next endeavor was not a new pos...

  • Bozeman Track Flies High at Skor Dekam Invitational

    The Skor Dekam Invitational track and field meet brought some of the best Class AA athletes in Montana to Vigilante Stadium on Saturday.

  • Billings AA School Softball Highlights and Scores 4/28

    Check out highlights and scores from Senior and Skyview softball on Saturday.

  • MSUB Softball Seniors Keep Tournament Hopes Alive with Saturday Split

    The split makes the Yellowjackets the only GNAC team other than Western Washington to win more than one game against the Nighthawks this season.

  • Saint Martins Out-Slugs MSUB Baseball

    The Saints left eight runners on in the game while the ‘Jackets stranded 11, and each team committed an error defensively.

  • Yellowjackets Grind Out Game 2 Win in Split with NNU

    With the win the Yellowjackets snapped a seven-game winning streak for the Nighthawks.

  • Wong’s CG, Late Rallies Lift MSUB Baseball to DH Sweep Friday

    MSUB is now one win away from clinching at least a share of the GNAC regular-season title, and wrapping up the No. 1 seed entering the 2018 GNAC Championships.

  • Saints Track and Field Dominates Carroll Open

    Carroll College track and field hosted their final home meet of 2018 and celebrated Senior Day on Friday at Vigilante Stadium.

  • CMR's Vining to Join Brother at Rocky

    CMR's Vining to Join Brother at Rocky

  • New Manager, Small Roster the Story of Chargers Season

    New Manager, Small Roster the Story of Chargers Season

  • Capital Tops CMR; Great Falls High Hands Bruins First Loss

    FINAL: Capital 9, C.M. Russell 4. Great Falls High 5, Capital 2.
  • Bozeman, Butte, Ennis Track Meet Highlights

    Highlights from the Bozeman, Butte, and Ennis track meet in Bozeman, including the boys and girls 1600 meter runs, boys and girls 300 meter hurdles, and the girls 800 meter run.

  • Missoula Top Ten Highlights

    Highlights from the Top Ten meet in Missoula including the boys and girls 100 meter races and the boys and girls 110 meter hurdles. 
  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Bozeman's Camila Noe

    Six months removed from winning her first state cross country title, Bozeman's Camila Noe is off to a strong start on the track as well, which Hawks Head Coach Eric Fisher attributes to Noe's unstoppable drive and determination.

  • Capital Softball Beats Helena, Stays Undefeated

    Capital High softball hosted Helena High for the first crosstown rivalry clash at Northwest Park of 2018 AA Western Conference play.  

  • Prep Softball

    Prep softball West vs Senior
  • 4/24: Crosstown Softball Highlights

    Highlights from the CMR/Great Falls High and Helena/Capital crosstown softball games held on Tuesday, April 24th. 

  • 4/23: High School Softball Highlights

    Highlights from high school softball games held on Monday, April 23rd.
  • Providence Keeps Montreal Pipeline with New Signee

    A family and friends connection has brought a talented guard from Montreal, Quebec to Great Falls, Montana to sign with University of Providence basketball. 

  • 4/23: Senior Standout - Capital's Shelby Martin

    Capital High senior Shelby Martin plays a couple different positions but is best known as a two-time all-state pitcher. Shelby is a key leader for this year's Bruins softball team that features 10 players graduating in the Class of 2018. 

  • PBR Billings

    Highlights from the PBR stop in Billings
  • Griz Softball Inches Away From Victory Sunday

    FINAL  Griz:2 Vikings:3

  • Claudio Montanha Jr. Moves to No. 1 in World After Win in Billings

    Brazilian Claudio Montanha Jr. won his second event of the season on Sunday at the 25th PBR: Unleash The Beast, Stanley Performance In Action Invitational presented by Cooper Tires.

  • Royals Split Series with Bozeman in Billings

    The Royals improved to 3-1 on the season.

  • Fight Night in Butte

    Fightforce and Sparta Combat League invading the Butte Civic Center on a Saturday night in April. And what a night this was. Eleven fights on the card, capped off by a championship by Butte's own Sam Rouch against Kolton Menzak. But before we get to those highlights, let's take a look at some of the undercard fights first." First fight of the night--Poplar's Nikolas Ogle taking on Bozeman's Christian Wallace. And Wallace would finish this fight with some vicious knees to the bod...
  • High School Hit of the Week 4/22

    Great Falls High's Molly Schmitz hits a grand slam versus Skyview for this week's biggest hit.
  • Rocky Wraps Up Spring Football with Scrimmage

    Check out highlights from the annual Rocky Mountain College spring football scrimmage.

  • West, Skyview Softball Host Great Falls Schools

    Check out highlights from game ones of Skyview and West's triple headers with CMR and Great Falls High.

  • Billings PBR Round 2 Highlights and Scores

    Night two of the PBR saw more excitement and wins from the stock.

  • Throwback Thursday Deb Greenough

    Red Lodge native Deb Greenough will be inducted into the PRCA Hall of Fame in August. KULR-8 looks back on his career in professional rodeo.
  • Major Injuries Not Keeping Molly Schmitz Away from Athletics

    Major Injuries Not Keeping Molly Schmitz Away from Athletics

  • Throwback Thursday; Craig Carse

    Throwback Thursday with former MSU-Billings Head Basketball Coach Craig Carse

  • Fairfield's Meyer Commits to Play for Griz

    Fairfield's Meyer Commits to Play for Griz

  • CMR's Addison Gardner Signs with MSU-Billings

    Playing at a collegiate level has always been Addison Gardner's dream. On April 18th, she made that dream a reality when she signed with MSU-Billings. 

  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Polson's Kaelyn Smith

    Since she began playing little league, Kaelyn Smith has wanted to play softball for the University of Montana. And last Wednesday, the Polson Pirate infielder made that dream, a reality. 

  • Fairfield Hosts Donkey Basketball Fundraiser

    Fairfield Hosts Donkey Basketball Fundraiser

  • Butte Softball Stays Undefeated

    Highlights from the Butte/CMR softball matchup on Tuesday, April 17th. Butte - 5 CMR - 3 8 Innings
  • Cut Bank's Abbi Fitzpatrick Earns Exclusive Scholarship

    Cut Bank's Abbi Fitzpatrick Earns Exclusive Scholarship

  • Mick Durham Introduced as MSUB Men's Basketball Coach

    Mick Durham was officially announced as the MSU Billings men's basketball coach on Monday as he returns back to the place it all started.

  • Senior Standout: Conrad's Dalayne VanDyke & Dania Jones

    Ever since Dalayne VanDyke and Dania Jones started playing tennis together in the 6th grade - they had one goal. To win a state championship. Last season, that dream became their reality. 

  • Belt Track And Field Racing for 6th Straight Divisional Title

    "It's just guts honestly; we come in every day and we get better and we want to win and you know, we kind of carry that over from volleyball and basketball, that idea of always winning and being on top," said sophomore, Adelle Meissner. "We wanna be the best and you know, we hold ourselves on that and that's why we're in here working, putting in the extra minutes so that we can be the best," said senior, Keegan Stroop. The Belt Huskies have dominated the Nor...

  • Golden Knights Trainer Mike Muir Remembers Beginnings in Billings

    Back in 1995, Mike Muir was just looking a foot in the door as he took an athletic training position with the Billings Bulls under then head coach Bliss Littler. Little did he know, that job would change his life.

  • High School Hit of the Week 4/15

    Senior's Cassidy Venner gets this week's high school hit of the week for the tying home run versus Butte that sparked a rally as the Broncs came away with the win.
  • Cassinelli Breaks Home Run Mark, Lifts ‘Jackets in Sweep of Saints

    The wins improve the Yellowjackets’ Great Northwest Athletic Conference record to 8-7 making them one of three league teams with a record above .500.

  • Griz Wrap Up Spring Ball

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  • Fairfield's Jill Barta Drafted to the WNBA

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  • Octane Addictions Makes Dream Come True for Local Fan

    Octane Addictions gave one lucky fan a ride to the Big Air Bash with his favorite X-Games star, in a fire red Lamborghini.

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  • Moving on up! Great Falls Central Catholic Ready Class B

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  • Crosstown Rumble

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  • Providence Lacrosse Brothers Using International Experience to Improve Collegiate Game

    Providence Lacrosse Brothers Using International Experience to Improve Collegiate Game

  • Twin Sisters Powering Capital Tennis

    Capital High tennis twin sisters Fiona and Bridget Powers started playing together in seventh grade and are looking to match last year's AA girls doubles state title in their senior season.

  • Komac Signs with Providence; Becomes 7th Argo Member from Great Falls High

    After two individual state titles and an undefeated record his senior year Great Falls High wrestler Jordan Komac signed with the University of Providence Wednesday.

  • Weather Causes Cancellation of Helena Sports Events

    The winter weather continues to wreak havoc on spring sports. Class AA teams from Helena and Great Falls scheduled events for Tuesday in the capital city. 

  • Capital Tennis Relying on Veteran Leadership

    Capital High Tennis returns three 2017 state qualifiers including AA girls champion twins sisters Fiona and Bridget Powers in doubles.

  • Billings Native Brent Musburger Reinventing Career in Las Vegas

    Billings native Brent Musburger has moved from sportscasting legend to a pioneer in the sports betting world.

  • Fergus Eagles Fly Out to Hot Start; Eyes on State

    Softball season is officially underway and the Fergus Golden Eagles got off to a hot start after completely obliterating Glassgow in just five innings on Thursday. After losing their starting catcher to injury... the Eagles have adjusted their plans to find success. Head coach; Mike Mangold says this year is about getting out of divisionals and finally getting a state title, something he believes the squad has the talent to do. "I feel that we're definitely a threat offensively ...
  • Fergus Rolls Glasgow in Five Innings

    The Eagles won by slaughter rule against the Glasgow Scotties. Eagles: 17 Scotties: 5

  • Capital Beats Helena in Opening Day Crosstown

    Capital High softball hosted Helena High for a non-conference crosstown rivalry clash at Northwest Park on Opening Day. 

  • NFL Hall of Famer Honors Fairfield Athlete

    It's not every day that Montana gets visited by a Hall of Famer, but today, Fairfield got just that as Mike Haynes came to celebrate Ryder Meyer as a finalist for the US Army Pro Football Hall of Fame Award of Excellence. 

  • Weather Putting a Damper on Spring Sports Season

    Weather Putting a Damper on Spring Sports Season

  • MSU-Northern's New Coaching Staff Means New Culture

    After just one practice for the MSU-Northern Lights - it's not hard to see that a new coaching staff has brought a new direction for the program.  

  • Carroll Football Begins Spring Practice

    Carroll College football begins spring practice eager to compete at almost every position. 

  • From Kalispell to Hall of Fame, Sam McCullum was a True Pioneer

    Sam McCullum, former Montana State Bobcat, Minnesota Viking, and Seattle Seahawk, inducted into Montana Football Hall of Fame.

  • Sights and Sounds of The Hi Line Champs

    The Class C teams stole the show this weekend in Havre at the Hi Line Invitational.  "People talk down on Class C and stuff but what we showed here at HIT is that Class C really can compete," said Box Elder Jr. Guard, Lilly Gopher.  "You look out there on that roster and you've got probably ten Frontier type kids on a team. It's amazing," said Class C Boys/Girls Head Coach, Jeff Graham. "Class C doesn't get a lot of recognition as we sho...
  • Former Carroll Star, Detroit Lion Fitzsimmons Inducted into Montana Hall of Fame

    In a lot of ways, Casey Fitzsimmons embodies what all high school football players aspire to be in the state of Montana. After playing his high school ball at the 8-man level in Chester, Fitzsimmons attended Carroll College with a bit of a chip on his shoulder after feeling he was under-recruited. After hitting the weight room, Fitzsimmons led the Saints to a pair of national championships before trying out for the NFL following his senior season. Casey went undrafted in the 2013 dra...
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