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  • 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...
  • Gris Softball Inches Away From Victory Sunday

    FINAL  Griz:2 Vikings:3
  • 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. 

  • MSUB Baseball First Home Games this Weekend

    34 games played this season with zero home games, so far, for the MSUB Yellowjacket baseball team. That all changes this weekend when the jackets are home for a three games series against Concordia.

  • 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

    The Montana Grizzlies finished up their spring football seasons yesterday in Wahington-Grizzly with their annual spring scrimmage. It was the fans' first chance to see Bobby Hauck prowling the Griz sidelines again. The offense hummed early on, with quarterbacks, Gresch Jenson and Dalton Sneed trading touchdown passes. Senior wide receiver,  Keenan Curran looked impressive with a pair of touchdown catches. The defense also showed potential, picking off the three interceptions, one...
  • MSUB Baseball Breaks HR Record in DH Sweep at NNU

    Montana State University Billings hit four long balls on Friday to reach an unprecedented 46 in 2018 while beating host Northwest Nazarene University twice.

  • MSUB Softball Offense Explodes in Game 2 for Split with SMU

    The 13 runs scored in Game 2 by the ‘Jackets is their second highest total this season behind a 14 run effort they recorded in the first game of the season.

  • Former Heart Butte Coach Passes Away

    Former Heart Butte basketball coach Leo Kennerly passed away on Thursday. Coach Kennerly led the Warriors to a 26-0 season and their first ever state title in 2000.   

  • Fairfield's Jill Barta Drafted to the WNBA

    Jill Barta became the sixth player in Gonzaga history to be drafted by the WNBA on Thursday night, as the Las Vegas Aces took her in the third round with the 32nd overall pick. 

  • Kurt Paulson Takes Over Carroll Men's Basketball

    Carroll College Athletic Director Charlie Grosstoday announced the hiring of former Carroll player and assistant coach and current Oregon State Director of Basketball Operations, Kurt Paulson, as the 27th head coach of the Carroll College Men's Basketball program. 

  • Montana Storm Cheer/Dance Headed to Top Competition

    The Montana Storm all-star cheer and dance teams have reigned supreme in two national championships and are working to blow away their biggest competition yet.

  • Bobcat football player earns prestigious scholarship

    MSU Sports Information – In the life of most college students, Sunday afternoons in the fall are often times for rest and moments of fun. College football players use it to heal the body and switch gears in preparation for another week. In Colin Hammock's life, it's something different. "Sunday is the day when I usually get a lot of (academic work) done," said Montana State's junior offensive lineman. The Missoula Sentinel product has put his study time to good ...

  • Great Falls Blanks Bengals; Helena High Rebounds to Defeat Defending AA Champs

    FINAL: Great Falls High 11, Helena High 0. 5 innings Helena High 10, C.M. Russell 6.
  • Urick Signs with Montana Tech

    Urick Signs with Montana Tech

  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Jefferson's Josh Eckmann

    He's not a two-sport athlete or even a three-sport athlete. Jefferson High's Josh Eckmann is a senior leader in four sports including track and field. 

  • 4-9 Senior Standout: GFCC's Sara Tarum

    It's bittersweet; I'm ready to move on... you know the next step in life is college but at the same time, I've developed everything I am at this school. I owe a lot to my coaches and to my peers," said the Mustangs' senior shortstop, Sara Tarum. 

  • MHSA Announces 8-Man Football Championship to be Played at Neutral Site

    Butte's Naranche stadium will host the first neutral site championship in 2018.

  • Carroll Gets Two Sunday Home Wins

    Game 1  Saints: 3  Owls: 0  Game 2  Saints: 3 Owls:2 
  • Tessa Burke Taking Her Talents To WSU

    Montana high school hoops star, Tessa Burke will have a great opportunity to make the Montana Grizzlies and the Montana State Bobcats regret not recruiting her. The Loyola point guard is heading to Eastern Washington University to play basketball next season. Burke did not get offers from either Big Sky program in the state, and will be taking her talents to Cheney, Washington. Burke did it all for the Loyola Breakers in her four season, Burke lead the team in points, assists, and ste...
  • Cats Spring Game Recap

    The Montana State Bobcats wrapped up the contact portion of their spring football season on Saturday with the Sonny Holland Spring Classic. The Cats defense has been strong all spring and they got the upper hand on Saturday, holding the offense to just 259 yards on 75 plays. The defense registered three sacks and one interception in eleven-on-eleven play. While consistency for was an issue for the offense, freshman, Willie Patterson stood out with 65 yards on his seven touches. Above ...
  • Saints Football Fighting Snow For Spring Practice

    Carroll College football is doing all it can to continue spring practice on a field that often looks like a winter wonderland.

  • Cats Coming out of Hibernation for Spring Ball

    When the action was finished, Bobcat head coach, Jeff Choate says there was plenty to like about his team's performance, but one play stood out above the rest. "You know, quite honestly, my favorite moment of the day was the dipsy-do for two. I mean, that't the only reason we're here, right? Have a little bit of fun and stay healthy. That was the two point play that we ran where Chris flipped the ball over his head. When I was a high school coach, we used to run that. It was a 4...

  • 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.

  • Big Air Bash Expecting Big Crowds and Big Surprises

    If you want to be a part of a great cause, and find out exactly what Octane Addictions has planned for a local fan, the action all kicks off at 7:30 at Rimrock Auto Arena.

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

    The Great Falls Central Catholic Mustangs are moving up from class C to the Class B classification; a challenge they Mustangs say they are ready for. "It'll be a challenge stepping in there but you know our athletes have done very well in class C. We are growing, which is a very positive thing for us and I think we're prepared. I think our athletes are ready, I think our school is ready to make the next step.....", said Great Falls Central Catholic Athletic Director, Jamie ...
  • Crosstown Rumble

    Crosstown rumble at Paris Gibson between Great Falls High, CMR, and Paris Gibson
  • Griz Offense Shines In First Open Scrimmage

    Montana Sports Information-- Led by two quarterbacks who split reps and compiled similar numbers, the Montana Grizzly offense hummed along in, at times, midseason form, racking up 81 points over the course of 94 plays during the second scrimmage of spring ball. As is the norm with spring scrimmages, the offense's performance on Friday inside a blustery Washington-Grizzly Stadium was a rebound of sorts from the team's first scrimmage held prior to spring break, where the defense pu...
  • 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...
  • Billings Bulls Reach New Heights in 2018

    The Bulls made it all the way to the national quarterfinals after missing out on the tournament in 2017.

  • Class C Takes Both HIT Championships in Havre

    HIT Final Scores Boys Championship:  Class AA: 91 Class C: 95 Girls Championship Class B: 81 Class C: 99
  • Providence Hosts Wheel Chair Basketball Tournament

    The University of Providence hosted their annual wheelchair basketball tournament on March 24th, raising awareness of athletic ability of people who use wheel chairs for mobility as well as fundraising for a more wheelchair-accessible campus. After the dust settled, the UP Argos Wrestling team met the Argos basketball team in the finals. Before the game, both teams engaged in a little friendly trash-talk.  "The wrestlers got something to prove and we're gonna come in and do...
  • Bighorns Swept Out of Fraser Cup Playoffs

    The Helena Bighorns hosted the Yellowstone Quake for Game 2 of the NA3HL Frontier Division Final series on Saturday. 

  • Bighorns Still in Pursuit of NA3HL Fraser Cup

    The Helena Bighorns are still alive in the NA3HL playoffs. 

  • Providence Introduces Keller as Men's Basketball Coach

    Providence Introduces Keller as Men's Basketball Coach

  • Helena Softball Looking For Historic Next Step

    Helena High softball finished a program-record third place at last year's state tournament. 

  • Capital Softball Motivated By Unfinished Business

    Capital High softball is the defending AA Western Conference champion but lost out at the state tournament. 

  • Cunningham Officially Departs Carroll Men's Basketball

    HELENA, Mont. – Dr. Carson Cunningham has stepped down as the Carroll College Men's Basketball Head Coach and will take the helm as the Head Coach of NCAA Division I University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. 

  • Carroll Track Wraps Up NAIA Indoor Championship

    PITTSBURG, Kansas - Chance Hyatt, Samantha Mundel and the women's distance medley relay team earn All-American honors for Carroll College to highlight the final day of the NAIA National Track and Field Championship in Pittsburg, Kansas. 

  • Saints WBB Holds On, Advances to Final

    HELENA, Mont. – The No. 11 Carroll College women withstood a late rally and held on to top Lewis-Clark State 55-52 and advanced to the Frontier Conference Championship game which will take place Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the PE Center against Rocky Mountain.

  • Carroll Men Advance to Third Straight Title Game

    HELENA, Mont. - The No. 6 Carroll College men's basketball team never trailed en route to a 79-67 win over Rocky Mountain to advance to its third Frontier Conference Championship game in three years.  

  • Helena Names Scott Evans New Head Football Coach

    Helena High School announced that longtime assistant Scott Evans will be the new Bengals head football coach. 

  • Cunningham Reportedly Leaving For Incarnate Word

    Carroll College men’s basketball head coach Dr. Carson Cunningham is reportedly headed to the University of Incarnate Word. 

  • Ryan Imhoff Named NAIA Player of the Year

    The National Association of Basketball Coaches named Carroll College senior Ryan Imhoff the NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Player of the Year.

  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Big Sky's Paisley Ivanovitch

    Paisley Ivanovitch is used to representing her school on the course. The Missoula native runs cross country and track for Big Sky, and loves to push herself to get that next Personal Time Record. “During it, you're like ‘I’m dying, this is going to kill me, I’m done.’ And then afterwords, you are like ‘this is the best, I want to do that again.’” 

  • MSUB's Breen Sets School Scoring Mark with Final Career Point

    Breen’s 791 total points scored this year are a GNAC and MSUB single-season record, and are the second most in the entire NCAA.

  • Freed-Hardeman Wins First Ever NAIA Women's Championship

    Freed-Hardeman was appearing in its second championship game in program history. The last time was in 2014 when they lost to Oklahoma City 80-76. The Lady Lions are now 39-21 all-time in the NAIA tournament.

  • Keller Tabbed to be Providence's Next Head Coach

    Keller Tabbed to be Providence's Next Head Coach

  • Jamie Pickens Named Gatorade Player of the Year

    The Helena Bengals were the best girls basketball team in the state yet again this season as Bengals won their second consecutive state title. Although it was teamwork that made the dream work for the Bengals, their celebration was extended Monday morning when Jamie Pickens was named Montana's Gatorade Player of the Year.  The 6-foot-2 inch junior led the Bengals to a 21-3 season and their second straight AA State Championship. The first-team All-state forward and Lady Griz comm...

  • Jamie Pickens Named Gatorade Player of the Year

    The Helena Bengals were the best girls basketball team in the state yet again this season as Bengals won their second consecutive state title. Although it was teamwork that made the dream work for the Bengals, their celebration was extended Monday morning when Jamie Pickens was named Montana's Gatorade Player of the Year.  The 6-foot-2 inch junior led the Bengals to a 21-3 season and their second straight AA State Championship. The first-team All-state forward and Lady Griz comm...
  • 3 19 Senior Standout Damien Nelson

    To Damien Nelson, the spring of 2018 means more than just looking forward to graduation. The senior sprinter has a chance to do what's never been done before. According to the Montana High School Association, nobody in Class AA has ever three-peated in the 100 meter dash. "I figure why not? It's my last year, put it all out there," Damien said. "He's been a leader. He was kind of thrust into the role as a sophomore," explained Rustlers head track and field coach ...

  • Montana Western Not Ready to Slow Down in First Fab Four

    Every March someone ends up being the Cinderella story. And for Montana Western, with only two games between them and their first national championship, they say this story is nowhere near complete.

  • Great Falls High Softball The Team to Beat

    When it comes to the diamond, Great Falls High is a team that's consistently on the top. "I see us going really far this year," said senior third baseman Cayley Bushong. "I think we will have a strong team and be very competitive with all the other teams." Last year - the Bison fell short to CMR after they couldn't put up a fight against back-to-back Gatorade Player of the Year Tristin Achenbach. With her graduation, Great Falls High is looking like one of the st...
  • Bighorns Sweep Americans Out of NA3HL Playoffs

    Helena hosted Great Falls at the Helena Ice Arena on Saturday for game two of a best-of-three NA3HL Frontier Division Semifinal playoff series. 

  • Rocky Mountain Opens Spring Football Camp

    Over the next month it's not just the coaches who will be teaching, but the players as well.

  • Montana Western Punches Ticket to Fab Four in NAIA Tourney

    Montana Western advances to the semi-finals to face one-seed Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)  on Monday at 6 p.m.

  • Fairfield Track Looks to Defend State Title

    Rainy days, snowy weather, and cold temperatures. Not something you want to hear at the start of a spring season. 

  • Great Falls Americans v. Helena Big Horns

    Final:  Helena:4  Great Falls: 3
  • Carroll's Pasta Playing Through Torn ACL in NAIA Tournament

    Pasta led Saints to victory in her return to the court with a 55-49 win over William Penn just 12 days after tearing her ACL.

  • Montana Western Women Move on to Quarterfinals at NAIA Tournament

    Montana Western advances to the quarterfinals for the first time since 2003. They will play six-seed Menlo (Calif.) on Saturday, March 17 at 2:00 p.m.

  • Providence, Carroll Advance to Second Round of NAIA Tourney

    The Saints will play on Friday at 9:45 versus the winner of Vanguard and Bethel, while Providence will take on MidAmerican Nazarene on Friday at 6:15.

  • UP Argos Looking To Seniors For Leadership and Hoping for Spring

    "I love this team. They're terrific and I would't wanna share it with any other group of girls for my senior year…" said Argos senior pitcher, Kristina George. George is one of four seniors leading the Providence Argos this spring, all of which are transfer students.

  • Providence Women Down Defending National Champions

    UP women's basketball team downs defending champion Oklahoma City 81-76 for a monumental upset in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament.

  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Christian Bloch

    As the point guard for the Sunburst Refiners, Christian Bloch is tasked with leading his team, a role that comes naturally to him. "I've always wanted to be a leader, not just on the court," said Bloch. 

  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Box Elder's Lilly Gopher

    Lilly Gopher is well-known in the Class C community. The 5'11" guard primarily directs Box Elder's offense - but she plays all around the court and averages more than sixteen points per game. 

  • Owens & University of Providence Mutually Part Ways

    Owens & University of Providence Mutually Part Ways

  • Skyview names Nathan Wahl second head football coach in program history

    Skyview High School announced Wednesday Nathan Wahl will replace Rob Lebsock as the new head football coach.

  • Super 8 Plays of the Week 3/12

    Check out the final Super 8 Plays of the Week until football season!

  • MSUB Women Win First West Regional Since 1999

    MSUB snapped a 9 game losing streak to Alaska Anchorage with the win.

  • Senior Standout: Box Elder's Cecilia Vielle

    Box Elder's Cecilia Vielle was a big addition to an already great Bears basketball team. But she hasn't just fit in. She's elevated the play of not only her team, but herself.

  • High School Block of the Week 3/11

    This week's block comes from future West Point women's basketball player, and current Capital Bruin Taylor Sullivan, who got the block versus Sentinel in the Class AA semifinal.
  • 3 11 Top 5 Plays

    A look at some of the top plays and moments from across Montana. 
  • ‘Jackets, Seawolves Clash for NCAA Regional Title

    Monday will be the third-ever postseason matchup between the teams, with each team winning once before.

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  • MSUB Women Move on to Sweet 16 with Upset of UC San Diego

    Rylee Kane had a career-high 31 points, and carried the ‘Jackets to victory with seven rebounds and seven assists.

  • 3/9: Friday Night Frenzy Highlights & Scores

    Highlights and scores from the semifinal rounds of state basketball tournaments held on Friday, March 3rd. 

  • High School State Basketball First Round Scores and Highlights

    Check out highlights and scores for Eastern Montana teams!

  • Glasgow's Norm Braaten Wraps Up 31st Coaching Season

    When Norm Braaten graduated from Glasgow High School in 1975, he never imagined his coaching career would bring him back to Scottie Nation. 

  • Providence Women's Basketball Team Draws #7 Seed in NAIA Tournament

    Courtesy: University of Providence Sports Information After a week of practices that for all the team knew were in preparation for games that don’t exist, and a senior class wondering if it had played its last games or not, the University of Providence women’s basketball team finally got an answer – the season will continue. The Lady Argos had been sitting on the bubble for an at-large bid to the 2018 NAIA DI Women’s Basketball National Championship, but gathe...
  • Jamie Stevens; Courtesy: MSUB Sports

    Jamie Stevens resigns as MSUB men’s basketball head coach

    After seven seasons in charge of the Montana State University Billings men's basketball program, head coach Jamie Stevens announced his resignation on Tuesday.

  • Carroll College Men's Basketball Goes Back-to-Back

    The Carroll College men's basketball team hosted Montana Western for the Frontier Conference tournament championship game at the PE Center. 

  • Senior Standout 3/5 Cam Wollman

    "It's a toll when you're the only senior on the team, you gotta you know everybody is looking up to you for leadership, everybody is when stuff starts going south they turn to one guy and that's me the senior," said  Winnett Grass Range Rams center, Cameron Wollman. Standing 6-foot-2, the only role larger than the post-play is his leadership of the Winnett Grass Range Rams. "He's a big kid so when he's fronting kids its hard to get that ball over the top an ...
  • Super 8 Plays of the Week 3/5

    Check out this week's best from state and divisional basketball, as well as the Frontier Conference tournament.

  • Rocky Boy Morning Stars Advance to State

    The Rocky Boy Morning Stars got off to an explosive start Saturday night in the 1B Divisional Championship. The Stars outscored the Wolf-Point Wolves 26-13 after the first quarter and created offense with their defense early and often. Rocky Boy eventually ran away in the second half of the game. Sean Henry led the way with 17 points, 9 assists, and three steals. As a team, the Stars shot just under 40 percent from 3-point range. Their defense was the real story however, forcing the W...

  • 3/4 Top 5 Plays

    Top 5 plays from March 4th. 
  • MSUB women set for No. 19 Hawaii Pacific in NCAA opener

    The Yellowjackets have earned the No. 7 seed into the NCAA Division II West Region Championships and will take on No. 2 seed and No. 19 nationally-ranked Hawaii Pacific University.

  • High School Block of the Week 3/4

    This week's block comes from Three Forks' Colter Miller, who gets the swat on the break versus Roundup.
  • Breen Leads MSUB To First-Ever GNAC Championship

    The Yellowjackets earn their first win over SPU this season and capture the GNAC’s automatic berth to the NCAA Division II West Regionals tournament.

  • 3/3: High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

    Highlights and scores from high school basketball games held on Saturday, March 3rd. 

  • 3/2: Friday Night Frenzy Highlights & Scores

    Highlights and scores from basketball games held on Saturday, March 2nd. BOYS BASKETBALL    Eastern AA    Loser Out    Billings Skyview 55, Butte 44    Semifinal    Bozeman 47, Great Falls 44    Great Falls Russell 58, Billings Senior 47    Western AA    Loser-Out    Kalispell Flathead 64, Missoula Big Sky 44    Semifinal    Missoula Hellgate 58, Helena 32    Misso...
  • AA Western Divisional Basketball - Day One

    The AA Western Divisional Tournaments tipped off Thursday in the capital city with the boys playing at Helena High and the girls at Capital High.  

  • Eastern Montana Divisional and State Basketball Highlights and Scores

    Check out highlights from the Southern B boys and girls divisional tournaments, the boys Class C state tournament, and the Class AA divisionals.

  • 3/1 Montana High School Hoops Part 1

    Highlights, results, and reactions from the morning afternoon high school hoops across Montana.
  • Area Teams Looking Forward to Divisional Tournament

    The programs at Helena High, Capital High, and C.M. Russell High reflect on Thursday's upcoming divisional tournament.
  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Bozeman's Alex Carey

    As a senior for the Bozeman Lady Hawks basketball team, Alex Carey has had to take on a bigger role on this season.

  • Rocky Boy Heading to State After Challenge Game Victory

    The Rocky Boy Stars won in dramatic fashion versus the Fairfield Eagles to punch their ticket to State. After the game the Stars reflected on their accomplishment. "Real confidence booster, now we're going to go to state. It feels good, great, a really great feeling. I'm proud of these boys. We all worked hard for here. It took everything we had. Fairfield wasn't going to go away without a fight. We had to come in here and work hard - that's exactly what we did," said Senio...
  • Senior Standout: Townsend Bulldogs' Pack of Seniors

    The Townsend Lady Bulldogs feature four senior starters who began their hardwood journey together nearly 12 years ago in Broadwater County.  "Sometimes they don't even need to talk to each other and you can tell. But it's their sense of humor together and their friendship. It's really cool to see how that's developed and continued to stay strong," said Lady Bulldogs head coach Dan Hazlett.  "Abby Leachman is a smart player who spreads us out with her 3-point...

  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Flathead's Clayton Jaques

    Sometimes, it’s the big life altering events that help show us what we are meant to do. For Flathead Brave basketball player Clayton Jaques, it was his brother’s medical need that led him to pursing a career as a nurse. 

  • Both Griz Teams Get it Done On Defense to Beat Cats

    Montana beat the Montana State Bobcats 90-63. The Griz only had 13 points, ten minutes into the game but through defensive pressure and their trademark second half adjustments. the team clamped down on the Cats offense. Montana has now clinched at least a share of the Big Sky regular season title, and with a win in the next two games, will get to keep the trophy for themselves. Going into last night, the all-time series was tied at 148... now, for the first time in series history, the...
  • RMC Cheerleader Not Just a Part of the Squad

    With their stunting and cheers, the Rocky Mountain cheerleading team says they still need a little bit of encouragement here and there. One cheerleader does just that.

  • High School Block of the Week 2/25

    This week's block comes from Sunburst's Treyton Pickering, who finished with 9 swats versus North Star in the Northern C Divisional.
  • Griz, Lady Griz Beat Cats in Missoula

    Montana and Montana State met in Dahlberg Arena for the second round of this season's "Brawl of the Wild" rivalry on Saturday. 

  • Carroll College Basketball Completes Conference Sweep on Senior Night

    Carroll College basketball celebrated eight seniors at the PE Center on Saturday night with Montana Western in town for a Frontier Conference doubleheader.  

  • 2/24 High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

    2/24 High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

  • 2/23 High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

    2/23 High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

  • MSUB's Breen Taking Advantage of Her Second Senior Season

    In 2016 Alisha Breen was named the GNAC preseason player of the year, but an ACL tear forced her to reinvent herself in her second senior season.

  • Carroll Men's Basketball Earns Conference Title Bout

    HELENA, Mont. - The sixth-ranked Carroll College men's basketball team picked a crucial win over No. 19 Lewis-Clark State 69-64Thursday at the PE Center in Helena. The win sets up a winner-takes-all scenario against No. 10 Montana Western on Saturday for the top seed in the Frontier Conference Tournament and a bye to the semifinals.

  • Carroll Women's Basketball Clinches Outright Title

    HELENA, Mont. - The No. 11 Carroll College women entered the weekend needing just one win to clinch the outright Frontier Conference title. They took all drama out of the equation by taking care of business Thursday in a 49-42 win over Lewis-Clark State.

  • 2/22 High School Highlights & Scores

    2/22 High School Highlights & Scores

  • 2/21 High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

    2/21 High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

  • Carroll Men's Basketball Still in Title Hunt

    Carroll men’s basketball still has a shot at the Frontier Conference championship. 

  • Carroll Women's Basketball One Win Away

    Carroll women’s basketball needs one home win this week to clinch the outright Frontier Conference championship. 

  • Fort Benton's Band of Ballers

    Fort Benton's Band of Ballers

  • Senior Standout: Rocky Boy's Ben Iron Eyes

    Standing at 6'1", it's not hard to imagine that Ben Iron Eyes is a force to watch out for on the court. 

  • High School Block of the Week 2/18

    Roy Winifred's Cody Bergum brings home this week's honors with his swat in the District 8C boys semifinal versus Winnett-Grass Range.
  • 2/18 Top 5 Plays

    The Top 5 Plays from February 18th.

  • 2/16: Friday Night Frenzy Highlights & Scores

    Highlights and scores from high school basketball games held on Friday, February 16th. 

  • 2/15: High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

    Highlights and scores from basketball games held on Thursday, February 15th.

  • Billings' Cardwell Relishes Experience as X Games Medalist

    The 2013 West graduate was coming off his first championship in the Great American Pro Motorcycle Hill Climb, and was selected for the first ever field in the X Games snow hillclimb.

  • 2/14: High School Basketball Highlights & Scores

    Highlights and scores from the high school basketball games held on Wednesday, February 14th. 
     

  • Rocky Boy Enters District Tournament at #1 Seed

    The District 1B tournament kicks off on Thursday, and the Rocky Boy Northern Stars get a bye the first day coming in as a #1 seed. 

  • Student Athlete of the Week: Foothills Basketball Player Ben Fried

    Foothills Community Christian basketball player Ben Fried helps the Great Falls community in a number of different ways. He works as a technician at church, packs lunches at the food bank, and helps people at a transitional housing facility.

  • Filius Retires from Havre Wrestling

    Havre wrestling coach Scott Filius announced he will retire after leading the Blue Ponies to 12 state titles and 58 individual champions.

  • 2 11 Top 5 Plays

    The Top 5 plays from Montana's high school athletes from February 5th through the 11th.
  • High School Block of the Week 2/11

    This week's block comes courtesy of West's Carson Prokop, as he gets the rejection in a Bears' win over Bozeman.
  • 2018 MHSA State Swim Meet

    Nine new state records were set at the 2018 MHSA State Swim Meet in Great Falls. Hellgate won the boys and Girls AA championships. Billings Central Catholic took home both titles in Single A. 
  • Heart Butte at GFCC Girls and Boys Highlights

    Heart Butte remains undefeated through their first 19 games. The Great Falls Central Catholic girls team took care of business on senior night, led by Bryn Anderson who led all scorers. 

  • Heart Butte at GFCC Girls and Boys Baskebtall

    Heart Butte remains undefeated through their first 19 games. The Great Falls Central Catholic girls team took care of business on senior night, led by Bryn Anderson who led all scorers. 
  • MHSA State Wrestling Finals

    Highlights from the State Wrestling Championships in Billings. 

  • Townsend Girls and Jefferson Boys Basketball Earn Elkhorn Rivalry Season Sweep

    Senior Night at Jefferson High School featured an Elkhorn Rivalry basketball doubleheader against Townsend.  

  • 2/10: State Wrestling Semifinals & Championship Rounds

    Highlights from the semifinal and championship round of the high school state wrestling tournament held on Saturday, February 10th. 

  • 2/9: Friday Night Frenzy Highlights & Scores

    Highlights and scores from high school sports around the state held on Friday, February 9th.  

  • 2/9: State Wrestling Quarterfinal Highlights

    Highlights from the quarterfinal round of the all-class state wrestling tournament.

  • Lady Argos Head to Nationals

    The University of Providence Women's wrestling team has their first season under it's belt. The Argos finished strong with six wrestlers headed to the National Championship this weekend. In the latest poll, the Argos moved up to number 14. The Argos are looking forward to what the appearance in the tournament could do for the program's future.   "It's the first year of the program, they're gonna see us at the national tournament. If we're able to do well, then this could be...
  • Great Falls High Hosts State Swim Meet

    Great Falls High will be hosting the state swim meet this weekend in Great Falls. The CMR-GFH co-op is looking forward to competing in the biggest meet of the year in front of friends and family in a familiar setting.  "We like to swim for the noise; the energy, the crowd, and the noise that's gonna be here in our home town, we have our own supporters that are gonna be here and that's just gonna hype us up even more and make us feel even faster and even better," said C...
  • Carroll Men's Basketball Outlasts Montana Tech for Coach's 100th Win

    The 14th-ranked Carroll College men's basketball team hosted rival Montana Tech in a doubleheader nightcap at the Carroll PE Center.

  • Carroll Women's Basketball Sweeps Montana Tech

    The 13th-ranked Carroll College women's basketball team hosted rival Montana Tech for the annual pink game at the PE Center.

  • Sunburst's Treyton Pickering Signs with Montana State

    Sunburst's Treyton Pickering put the Refiners on the map as he officially became a tight end for Montana State University. 

  • Local Recruits Highlight Carroll Women's Soccer Class

    Carroll College women's soccer signed a trio of all-state girls from the capital city in its latest five-player recruiting class.

  • Carroll College Introduces Tony Arntson as New Offensive Line Coach

    Long-time Helena High head football coach Tony Arntson is moving on to the next level but will not leave the capital city.

  • Super 8 Plays of the Week 2/5

    Check out this week's best plays!

  • 2/5 Senior Standout Charlie Tailfeathers

    Charlie Tailfeathers and the Heart Butte Warriors have kept their undefeated season alive through teamwork. 
  • High School Block of the Week 2/4

    Miles City's Keith Vanderlaan blocks Billings Central's Chrishon Dixon's block attempt.
  • Rocky Mountain College Releases 2018 Football Schedule

    The Battlin' Bears' season will open up on August 23rd when they play host to Carroll.

  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Hamilton's Caitlyn Lucas

    To be a cheerleader, practice and repetition are key to help bring passion and energy to your team’s fans. And today at Hamilton Middle School, the cheerleaders are going through different chants with a coach that has held the very same pom poms as they do.

  • Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Bozeman's Keegan Mulhill

    One of the top wrestlers in the state, Bozeman's Keegan Mulhill says there was just something about the sport that hooked him from a young age.

  • 2 4 Top 5 Plays

    Top 5 Plays From Montana High School Athletics
  • Montana High School Boys Hoops

    Billings West: 59 CMR: 79  Senior: 70 Great Falls High: 86
  • 2/2 Friday Night Frenzy Highlights & Scores

    2/2 Friday Night Frenzy Highlights & Scores

  • Browning Honors Fallen Bulldogs

    Browning honors fallen Bulldogs from 1984 bus accident
  • Crosstown Swimming CMR / Great Falls

    Crosstown Swimming, Great Falls High and CMR at Great Falls High.
  • Saints top Argos in Top-20 Women's Hoop Battle

    Women's Basketball Final  Carroll: 59 Providence: 47
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