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  • Belgrade Panthers making no excuses despite youth

    Here are three things you need to know about the 2017 Belgrade Panther football team.

  • Shelby Brings Experience into New Football Season

    After going into the Class B State Tournament as the wildcard last year, Shelby made it all the way to the quarterfinals and the Coyotes are using the momentum from that tournament and bringing it straight into the new season. 

  • Choteau Confident it can Compete in 8-Man Ranks; Chinook Trying to Get Back Into State Playoffs

    Choteau Confident it can Compete in 8-Man Ranks; Chinook Trying to Get Back Into State Playoffs

  • Townsend Locals Playing and Working Hard in Off-Road Club

    Townsend features several options for outdoor recreation and some locals have fun and give back as members of the Helena-based Capital Trail Vehicle Association. 

  • Broadwater High Football Hungry for Return to Playoffs

    Broadwater High School football is looking to return to the playoffs for the first time since winning the 2014 Montana Class B state championship.

  • Former Griz coach present during terror attack

    Former Griz basketball coach Wayne Tinkle is in Spain this week and was very close by as the terror attack in Barcelona unfolded Thursday. 

  • Carroll Men's Soccer Hosts Exhibition Match

    Carroll College Fighting Saints men's soccer hosted the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns for an exhibition match today at Nelson Stadium. 

  • Old Baldy Golf Course a Townsend Staple for Nearly 30 Years

    Old Baldy Golf Course a Townsend Staple for Nearly 30 Years

  • University of Providence Men's Soccer Tests Out New Tracking Sensors

    The University of Providence men's soccer team is sporting a cropped vest with a small device inside called the Titan GPS Sensor. The device uses 18-30 satellites to track athletes' movements during practices and games. 

  • Northern Volleyball Getting Ready for Season Under New Coach

    Rose Obunaga, MSU-Northern's new head volleyball coach, is getting to know her team fast. Obunaga says she arrived in Havre in mid July. Last season, Northern finished 6-16 overall, 5-7 in the Frontier Conference play and took 5th in the conference tournament last season.

  • Havre Blue Ponies to be Physical Football Team This Season

    Havre finished 5-4 last year. However, last season was the first time since 2008 the Blue Ponies missed competing in the Class A state playoffs.

  • Rocky Offense With Work to do After First Scrimmage

    During the Rocky Mountain College Battlin' Bears first scrimmage of fall camp, it looked a lot like most scrimmages of fall camps.

  • Dvorak Eager to Lead Senior to Success in First Season

    Things were a bit different this past Friday at Senior High volleyball practices as the Sue Dvorak era began, but different, in this case, definitely means exciting.

  • Argo Volleyball Trounces Walla Walla in Season Opener

    FINAL: Argos 3, Wolves 1. (Official release courtesy of the University of Providence Athletics Department) GREAT FALLS, Mont. – Both to the naked eye and in the final statistics, the University of Providence volleyball team’s season opener sometimes looked like exactly what it was: the first match of the season for a team with almost as many new players as returners. Despite playing an ever-shifting lineup, and getting out the first game jitters, the Lady Argos still pu...
  • Great Falls Golf Invite: Day 2 Highlights & Scores

    Moore wins boys individual for West, CMR takes boys team title; Basye wins girls, Bozeman takes team title

  • Tee It Up: Missoula Country Club

    In the final installment of the Tee It Up series Shaun Rainey, David Winter and Ben Wineman play the par 3 17th at the Missoula Country Club. Griz Head Golf Coach Matt Higgins joins us to give us and you tips along the way. All of these episodes sponsored by Spas of Montana. 
  • Griz Hold First Fall Scrimmage

    Montana Sports Information-- Offense and defense produce highlights in opening Griz scrimmage The Montana Grizzlies knocked the lid off the 2017 season with the team’s first scrimmage of fall camp on Monday, running through 95 plays in a little over an hour of action in Washington-Grizzly Stadium. Even with only one day of practice in full pads under their belts, the Grizzlies produced moments of brilliance on both sides of the ball with UM's young stars getting plenty ...
  • Great Falls Golf Invite: Day 1 Highlights

    Highlights from the first day of the Great Falls Golf Invite held on Monday, August 14th.

  • Skyview Leaning on Bushfield to Lead Team to Wins in 2017

    Late game breakdowns hurt Skyview in 2016, but their players now aim to use those hard learned lessons to put more wins on the board for the Falcons.

  • MSU-Northern Hopes to Turn Football Program Around

    In 2015, the MSU-Northern Lights went winless, and in 2016 they finally got their first win under head coach Aaron Christensen. The Lights are hoping that year three will be the charm to turn things around.

  • University of Providence Womens Soccer Welcomes Nine New Players

    Coach Brian Clarke says the new faces add depth to the program and help with game approach.

  • Simms Tigers Look to Rebuild

    Family. Something the Simms Tigers strive to become as they begin to rebuild their program with the more than half of the team consisting of underclassmen.

  • Senior Opens Camp with 3-Way Battle at Quarterback

    The Senior Broncs have a three way battle to see who will replace 2016 Gatorade Player of the Year in Nate Dick for their starting quarterback job in 2017.

  • Rocky Looking for Bakken to Take the Reigns at QB in 2017

    Coming into camp in 2017 Bakken is now the presumed starter for Rocky as he preps for his junior season with starting experience under his belt. 

  • Ogden Completes Sweep of Mustangs with Walk Off Win

    The Billings Mustangs (4-7, 22-26-1) were swept in a series for the first time this season after a 6-5 loss to the Ogden Raptors (8-4, 31-19) in front of 1,681 on Sunday at Lindquist Field.

  • Carroll Football Looks to Turn Program Around

    Carroll football is looking to rebound from back-to-back losing seasons. 

  • Chris Murray Impresses During Montana State Fall Scrimmage

    The Montana State Bobcats spent nearly all spring and the first ten days of fall camp praising the progress of sophomore quarterback Chris Murray, and Murray finally got the chance to show off that progress in the Bobcat's first scrimmage.

  • Cascade Rodeo Highlights & Results

    Highlights from the final night of rodeo at the Cascade Pro Rodeo

  • Old Baldy Golf Course Provides Difficulties for Golfers

    The slope and size of the greens at Old Baldy Golf Course in Townsend give golfers quite the challenge on this nine hole course.

  • Former Griz Chase Reynolds Now an NFL Free Agent

    With the NFL preseason now fully underway, one former Griz player is biding his time waiting for another opportunity to come.

  • Helena High Football Building Around Experience

    Helena High Bengals head coach Tony Arnston is starting out the pre-season with a young team overall with good senior leadership. 

  • Centerville Miners Confident They Can Make Playoffs

    The additions of Blayne Kohut and Philip Okonkwo to the Centerville Miners football team has them confident they can make the playoffs this year. After improving their win total by four last season, a postseason berth is definitely a possibility.

  • Montana State Holds First Scrimmage of Fall Camp

    In a scrimmage geared toward showcasing young players, the familiar stars burned the brightest.

  • Jamaal Jones Returns to Los Angeles Chargers

    Jamaal Jones is back playing NFL football, and what a relief that must be for the Griz all-time leader in receiving yards.  

  • Carroll Football Opens 2017 Fall Camp Looking to Bounce Back

    After back-to-back 4-6 seasons, Carroll College Fighting Saints football is looking to return to the top of the standings. 

  • Ogden Outlasts Billings in Pitchers Duel

    Pitching once again dominated between the two teams as there would not be a single inning on either side with more than two hits.

  • West Football Opens Camp with High Hopes for QB Bruns

    Billings West finished the regular season as the #3 seed in the state, and ended with a final record of 8-3 in 2016.

  • CMR Football Fights to Get Back to Winning Ways

    The CMR Rustlers had a tough season last year - finishing 3-7 in the regular season. One of the main struggles came from their defense - which the team is hoping to improve during the start of practices this year. "It's gonna take a little while to see what we have in every position," said head coach Gary Lowry. "Still a lot of battle going on to see who's gonna be playing and who's gonna be backing up where." The Rustlers are working to get back to their winning...

  • Great Falls High Starts Fall Practice

    The Great Falls high school football team hit the field for two-a-day practices to start the 2017 season.

  • University of Providence Mens Soccer Brings in Fourteen New Recruits

    The pre-season polls are out and the University of Providence mens soccer team ranks 3rd in the Cascade Conference. 

  • Throwback Thursday: Todd Foster's Comeback in Cow-Town

    It was billed as the comeback in Cow-Town and with Garth Brooks blaring in the background Great Falls boxer Todd Foster stepped into the ring against highly regarded 'Jazzy Jeff Mayweather.

  • Comito's Commute: Voyagers Pitcher Takes Unique Form of Transportation to Stadium

    Voyagers pitcher Chris Comito drives a motorized scooter to Centene Stadium: a mode of transportation he enjoys.

  • Senators Manager Dave Thennis Retires

    Longtime Helena Senators manager Dave Thennis is retiring from coaching American Legion Baseball. 

  • Mustangs Overcome Largest Deficit of the Season to Prevent Sweep

    The Billings Mustangs entered Wednesday night sitting at 3-4 through the second half of the season.

  • Carroll Volleyball Focused on New Season

    Carroll College volleyball begins the 2017 season as the back-to-back Frontier Conference champion. 

  • Billings Clinic Partnership Helping to Save Young Athlete's Seasons

    There's no way to prevent the risk of playing sports, but for the past four years the Billings Clinic has done everything they can to put athletes, particularly female athletes, ahead of the curve.

  • Bobcat men head to Canada for four games

    It's a trip that can only happen once every four year, but the Montana State men's basketball team is heading north to Calgary for four games in as many days.

  • University of Providence Volleyball Team Focusing on Chemistry

    Three seniors will help the University of Providence Argos volleyball team come together in hopes of a winning record

  • Hunter Greene Gets Triple in Debut as Mustangs Fall

    The Billings Mustangs (3-4, 21-23-1) lost their second straight game to the Idaho Falls Chukars (4-4, 21-25) on Tuesday night, falling 10-7 at Dehler Park to drop the three-game series.

  • Voyagers Handle Raptors; Confident They Can Put Together Strong Second Half

    Voyagers Handle Raptors; Confident They Can Put Together Strong Second Half

  • Griz Start Fall Camp

    The sun is out, the water is cold, pads are popping. Griz football is here. “Oh it feels great, it feels like an eternity since we have been out here. I know me personally, I am excited to get back out here and we have a lot of guys that weren’t here this spring and they are fired up,” said Griz Senior QB Reese Phillips. 

  • Great Falls Voyagers Defeat Ogden Raptors, Highlights & Scores

    The Great Falls Voyagers defeated the Ogden Raptors at Centene Stadium on Monday night. Final score was 15-10.

  • Baker's Luke Gonsioroski Passes Away after Long Battle with Cancer

    Baker's Luke Gonsioroski has lost his battle to cancer.  The former three-year starting quarterback of the Spartans was first diagnosed with cancer in March 2016. After three rounds of chemotherapy, doctors removed an 8-pound tumor from his chest. His recovery was remarkable. 

  • Tee it Up: Mission Mountain

    In the eighth installment of Tee It Up the boys travel to Ronan to play the par three 8th hole at Mission Mountain. Shaun Rainey, Ben Wineman and David Winter play the 149 yard hole and get tips from Griz Golf Coach Matt Higgins. If you want a chance to win free rounds to Mission Mountain be sure to fill out the information on the Tee It Up banner on our home page. 
  • Missoula Mavericks Falls Short in Northwest Regional Championship

    After the Missoula Mavericks made their way to the Northwest Regional Tournament, they fought to go undefeated until the semifinal round where they lost to Idaho. 

  • University of Providence Holds Grass Volleyball Camp

    Over the weekend, Argo Field wasn't filled with the typical soccer or lacrosse players that you might expect, but rather, volleyball players. "It's the Argo Grass Camp. It's the first time we've done this camp," said University of Providence volleyball coach Arunas Duda. "We just figured what a great opportunity with the field here to get kids outdoors and playing doubles on the grass." Campers traded in their knee pads for grass stains and focused on a different...
  • Belgrade Hosts Veterans Memorial Softball Classic

    For the fourth straight year, Belgrade played host to the Veterans Memorial Softball Classic, an all-star tournament featuring Montana's top softball stars. 

  • Mustangs Earn Split with Ogden off Gordon's Walk Off

    The Billings Mustangs (3-2, 21-21-1) mounted a ninth-inning comeback to win 4-3 over the Ogden Raptors (4-2, 27-17) in front of 2,306 on Sunday at Dehler Park.

  • Voyagers Split Home Series with Idaho Falls

    The Voyagers allowed four 1st inning runs but bounced back to claim a 7-5 victory and a series split with Idaho Falls Sunday afternoon at Centene Stadium.  

  • Voyagers End Long Home Game Losing Streak

    Highlights from the Great Falls Voyagers hosting the Idaho Falls Chukars on Saturday, August 5th.
  • PRCA Big Sky ProRodeo Roundup Highlights & Final Scores

    Highlights from the final day of the Big Sky ProRodeo Roundup

  • 8/5: Northwest Regional Legion Baseball Tournament Semifinal Highlights

    Highlights from the undefeated Missoula Mavericks facing off against the Lewis-Clark Twins in the semifinal round of the Northwest Regional Legion Baseball Tournament held on Saturday, August 5th in Missoula, MT.
  • Rocky Football Opens Camp With High Expectations

    The first day of fall camp is a magical time. For fans it's just a great time to see how your team looks for the first time since the spring, but for players, it's a little something extra special.

  • Mustangs Get One Hit in Loss to Ogden

    The Billings Mustangs (2-2, 20-21-1) were shut out for the first time this season in a 4-0 loss to the Ogden Raptors (4-1, 27-16).

  • Griz Mens Basketball Team Plays in Costa Rica

    The Griz men’s basketball team is getting to play some basketball this week, while soaking up some sun on the beaches of Costa Rica. The weeklong trip to Central American is part of an NCAA sanctioned program that allows teams to play international games. Last night the Griz beat the Costa Rican national team 63-51 off a strong defensive showing in the second half. The team will also play a team from Ontario, Canada during their trip. Along with sightseeing and some community...
  • Miles City's Josh Davison Splits Time Between Competing and Teaching Rodeo

    Miles City's Josh Davison splits time between competing and teaching rodeo

  • Big Sky Pro Rodeo Highlights & Scores: Day 3

    Highlights from day 3 of the PRCA Big Sky ProRodeo Roundup in Great Falls, MT. For results, click here
  • Broadwater County Rodeo Debuts "Back the Blue" Night

    The 54th annual Broadwater County Rodeo and Fair is always a huge event in Townsend and the first night of this year’s NRA Rodeo is being dedicated to those keeping that community safe. 

  • Billings Mustangs bring smiles to kids faces in pediatric unit

    The Billings Mustangs were back in action after the All-Star break, but before they hit the field, the team was able to add another "W" to their win column. 

  • Voyagers Force Extras Against Chukars

    Idaho Falls 7, Great Falls 1
  • Day 2: Big Sky Pro Rodeo Roundup Highlights & Results

    Day 2 Big Sky Pro Rodeo Roundup Highlights and results. Action held at the Montana Expo Park in Great Falls during the Great Falls state fair.

  • Montana Coaches Association Inducts 11 New Members into Hall of Fame

    Every year the Montana Coaches Association holds an awards ceremony - but this year features the largest class of inductees in more than 25 years with 11 people headed to the Hall of Fame. 

  • Argos Recruiting Class Will Help with Depth

    2017 University of Providence women's soccer recruiting class expected to see plenty of playing time this season.

  • Helena Senators End Season with Loss at State Tournament

    The Helena Senators finished fourth at the Class AA Legion Baseball State Tournament last weekend. 

  • Missoula man tries for American Ninja Warrior

    Cody Whalen is a workout warrior… but his dream is to become… a Ninja Warrior. “The physical aspect of it. The obstacles… I have always wanted to do it, it’s next level fitness.” 

  • PRCA Big Sky Pro Rodeo Highlights & Scores

    Highlights from Day 1 of the PRCA Big Sky Pro Rodeo
  • Griz Softball Coach Pinkerton Leaving for ISU

    Montana Sports Information-- Jamie Pinkerton, who needed just three seasons to take the Montana softball program from startup to champion, was announced as Iowa State’s new head coach on Wednesday morning. The 2016 and ’17 Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year, Pinkerton was an assistant at Iowa State for four years before being hired by Montana in August 2013. Iowa State, which lost its head coach nine days ago, began its pursuit of Pinkerton last week. “I ...
  • Frontier Conference Football Media Day Comes to Great Falls

    Carroll College and MSU-Northern excited to start football season

  • Great Falls Central Hosts Moms' Football Camp

    The Great Falls Central Mustangs moms have turned into football players. They're learning what it takes to actually play on the gridiron.

  • Three-peat: Bitterroot Red Sox win third straight state title

    The Bitterroot Red Sox knocked off the Belgrade Bandit for the second time in three days to claim their third straight Montana Class A State Championship.

  • Memorial Stadium Continues Construction of Artificial Turf

    In June, workers tore out the turf and track of Memorial Stadium in hopes to have long lasting impacts from an artificial turf. 

  • Great Falls High Football Team Prepares for Fall Camp

    The Great Falls High football team took to the field this summer to get in football shape and prepare for the season

  • Capital and Helena Hit Team Camps Hard

    Both Capital City high school football teams finished strong last season and the Helena squads put on pads for the first time in 2017 at their annual team camps. 

  • Missoula Mavericks win AA State Legion Baseball Tournament

    The Missoula Mavericks already had their ticket to the Northwest Regional Legion Baseball Tournament punched. Now, they'll enter the tournament as the Montana state champions after beating the Bozeman Bucks 4-3 on Sunday.

  • 7/30: State Fair Horse Race Meet Highlights

    Highlights from the State Fair Horse Race Meet held on Sunday, July 30th.
  • Mustangs 8th Inning Rally Pushes Team to First Win in Second Half

    The Billings Mustangs opened the second half of their season with a 6-5 win over the Great Falls Voyagers on the back of Jake Turnbull's two-run homerun.

  • Billings Cardinals Punch Ticket to State A Semis

    Check out results and highlights from the Class A State Tournament from Saturday!

  • Mustangs Fall Just Short of Playoff Berth with Loss to Voyagers

    The loss coupled with the Missoula Osprey's win would give Missoula the first half playoff berth in the North Division.

  • Billings Royals One Win Away from State Championship Match Up

    Check out highlights and upcoming match ups from the State AA Legion Baseball Tournament.

  • Horse Owners and Trainers Equally as Important to Racing

    White horses and jockeys steal the show at horse races, owners and trainers are just as important to a successful race

  • 57th Annual Last Chance Stampede Features World-Famous Trick Riders

    The 57th annual Last Chance Stampede brings the world-famous “Magic in Motion” trick riders to Helena.

  • Last Chance Stampede PRCA Rodeo Night #2

    The second go-round of the 57th annual Last Chance Stampede PRCA Rodeo was "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" Night at the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in support of breast cancer research.  

  • Montana State Fair Horse Racing Highlights

    Highlights from Day 1 of the Horse Racing event at the Montana State Fair in Great Falls

  • Helena High's Tintinger Repeats as Junior Olympic High Jump King

    Trey Tintinger wins back to back high jump titles at the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics in Lawrence, Kansas

  • Lewistown Family Bonds Over Drag Racing

    Drag racing spans three generations as one Lewistown family bonds over the sport

  • Fish Habitat Alive Again on Big Spring Creek

    On a nice summer day in Lewistown, Mike Getman laces up his boots and grabs his gear to go fishing at Big Spring Creek.

  • Last Chance Stampede and Rodeo Highlights & Story

    The first go-round of the PRCA Rodeo at the 57th annual Last Chance Stampede in Helena was Military Appreciation Night. 

  • Olson Family Bonds Over Drag Racing

    Olson Family Bonds Over Drag Racing

  • AA & A Legion Baseball State Tournament Schedules

    AA & A Legion Baseball State Tournament Schedules

  • NBA Coach and Analyst Jeff Van Gundy to Speak at Carroll

    Former New York Knicks and Houston Rockets head coach and current ESPN/ABC NBA Analyst Jeff Van Gundy will come to Carroll as a speaker at the annual men's basketball fundraising banquet.

  • Pioneer League Announces 2017 All-Stars

    The Pioneer League announced their 2017 All-Star team this week and the roster includes three Helena Brewers and four Great Falls Voyagers.

  • Helena Brewers Drop Second Straight Against Ogden Raptors

    The Helena Brewers started the scoring but errors helped the visiting Ogden Raptors rally for a 9-3 victory at Kindrick Legion Field.

  • Helena Senators Prepare for AA State Tournament

    The Helena Senators will play as a number four seed at this year's Montana-Alberta American Legion Baseball Class AA State Tournament. 

  • Bob Sandler Leaves Incredible Legacy Behind After Last Game

    Over the past thirty years, no one has impacted American Legion baseball like Bob Sandler.

  • Great Falls Chargers to Compete at AA Legion State Baseball Tournament

    Last year, the Great Falls Chargers didn't advance to the Legion AA State baseball tournament, after the Bozeman Bucks beat both the Chargers and the Butte Miners in a three tiebreaker to advance. This decision was based upon each team's one loss record against the other competition within the Montana-Alberta AA division.

  • State Amateur Championships Extra Special to Winners This Year

    It was a blistering weekend over at Laurel Golf Club for the 100th Montana State Women's Amateur Golf Tournament, but both on the thermometer, as well as the scorecards.

  • Scarlets Clinch Spot at State With Sweep on Sandler's Final Game

    The Scarlets needed one win to punch their ticket to state, and came away with the sweep for good measure.

  • Mustangs Prevent Sweep with Win Over Rockies

    The Billings Mustangs (16-17) snapped their three-game losing streak with a 4-2 win over the Grand Junction Rockies (17-16).

  • 7/23: State Fair Horse Racing Highlights

    Highlights from the State Fair Horse Race Meet held on Sunday, July 23rd.
  • Cats, Griz Prepare for Upcoming Football Season

    We are now only weeks away from the beginning of the college football season here in the state of Montana. 

  • Tri-Cities Hosts Belt, DGS in Summer Jamboree

    Schools in the 8C District rounded out their summer camps with a jamboree featuring drills, scrimmages, and seeing some new faces. 

  • Royals Jump Out to Early Lead to Knock off Scarlets

    The scoring got started with a bang. Billings Royals senior Jarret Leinwand opened things up in the bottom of the first with a three run homer to left to put the Royals up 3-0, in a hole that the Scarlets never seemed to be able to get out of. Going into the top of the 9th, the Scarlets trailed 8-2, but found some fight to battle back, scoring four in the final frame, but ultimately the comeback fell short as the Royals make it four out of five wins in the crosstown series this year 8...
  • 2017 Montana State Amateur Golf Highlights and Results

    On it's 100th year of existence, the Montana State Amateur Golf Tournaments didn't disappoint.

  • Caleb Stetzner Wins Montana State Men's Amateur Championship

    It wasn't a pretty back nine, but Anaconda's Caleb Stetzner will take his trophy anyways. The MSU-Billings college golfer wins the 100th edition of the Montana State Men's Amateur Championship in Missoula with a -6 score. Coming into the final day with a one stroke lead, Stetzner was being chased by two Billings high school golfers, Joey Moore and Sean Benson, only one and two shots back respectively.  The back nine started brilliantly for Benson, who holed out a 110 yard s...
  • 7/22: State Fair Horse Racing Highlights

    Highlights from the State Fair Horse Race Meet held on Saturday, July 22nd.
  • Brewers Host Wally's Kids Club Clinic

    Mickey Spaulding works in community relations and on-field promotions for the Brewers, and today is her first Wally's Kids Club Clinic.  

  • Helena Brewers Host Idaho Falls Chukars

    The Helena Brewers hosted the Idaho Falls Chukars at Kindrick Legion Field with the visitors looking to even the three-game series. 

  • University of Providence & MSU-Northern Men's Wrestling Join Cascade Collegiate Conference

    For the first time since in program history, Argo wrestling will have a conference affiliation. After competing as an independent since the program began in 2004, the University of Providence men’s wrestling team will join the Cascade College Conference, which recently announced that it would add men’s wrestling to its list of recognized sports for the 2017-18 season.

  • Bison Players Get a Chance to Coach

    20 Great Falls High football players volunteer to help out during a youth camp. In turn, the players learned how to coach

  • Chargers Beat Mavs Again in Walk-Off Fashion

    Great Falls Chargers 3, Missoula Mavericks 2. F/11
  • Belt Hosts Summer Football Camp

    With summer winding down, Belt football is taking the opportunity to get a head start on their season with their high school camp.

  • Female officials in a "good place" thanks to one woman's bravery

    One Great Falls sports official, who worked numerous sports for 30 years, overcame gender inequalities out of love for the game

  • 7/19 Legion Baseball Highlights & Scores

    Legion Baseball Final Scores: Chargers 7, Mavericks 6 Senators 9, Miners 6
  • Local QBs Learns From Capital Legends

    Capital High School held their "Bruin Quarterback Camp" this week to help young passers develop their game. 

  • CMR Back on the Gridiron

    CMR holds football practice and youth camp to get back into the groove

  • Helena's Sean O'Malley Receives UFC Contract

    Helena native Sean O’Malley has proven he can compete in the octagon.

  • Helena Senators Rout Butte Miners

    The Helena Senators took the early lead and eventually beat the Butte Miners 11-1 at Kindrick Legion Field.
  • Voyagers Swept After Losing Fifth Straight

    The Great Falls Voyagers dropped their fifth straight home game as the Grand Junction Rockies completed a four-game road sweep with a 7-1 victory.
  • New Helena Boys Basketball Coach Hosting Camp

    New head coach Brandon Day and Helena High boys basketball are hosting their "Capital City Cage Camp" this week. 

  • 7/17: Great Falls Voyagers/Grand Junction Rockies Highlights

    Highlights from the matchup between the Great Falls Voyagers and the Grand Junction Rockies held on Monday, July 17th.
  • Australian couple travels 10,000 miles to support son playing for Billings Mustangs

    As Jake Turnbull takes the field with the Billings Mustangs this week, both his host family and birth family are in the crowd, but it's safe to say the trip to Dehler Park is quite a bit longer for the Turnbulls.

  • Orbit Creates Fun Home Game Environment for Voyagers

    Every time there's a home game for the Voyagers at Centene Stadium - you can always expect on familiar face to be cheering them on. SWX Montana's Clara Goodwin spent the day with Orbit to see what a typical day in his shoes looks like.

  • The Technique of Bow Hunting

    Great Falls Archery Club Secretary Scott Powers breaks down the keys to a successful shot in archery

  • Reds #2 Overall Pick Hunter Greene Impressed with Billings

    Hunter Greene has been in Billings since Saturday, but how does he feel about his new home?

  • Great Falls Archery Club Puts on Annual Summer Shoot

    The Great Falls Archery Club put on its 39th annual Kings Hill Shoot this weekend to not only give families a chance to spend time together, but to give hunters the opportunity to hone their skills.

  • Capital Wrestling Camp Continues Growth

    Capital High School hosted their 3rd annual Bruin wrestling camp for 1st through 9th graders mid-July. 

  • CMR Stampede Rodeo Highlights

    Highlights from the C.M. Russell Stampede Rodeo held on Sunday, July 16th.
  • Three Forks Rodeo more than just a rodeo

    For more than 70 years, the Three Forks Rodeo has been a tradition in the Gallatin Valley.

  • Mustangs Drop Second Straight Game to Orem

    Billings would not score until the bottom of the eighth when Leandro Santana hit his team-best seventh homerun of the season.

  • East Passing Games Leads Team by West in 71st Shrine Game

    Dick was named the MVP for this year's game after finishing with 222 yards passing with 139 yards rushing and four total touchdowns.

  • Orvis Taking Double Duty for the Shrine Game

    Jake Orvis not only was set to be a key member of Team East in this year's Montana Shrine game, but also was a key member of the Billings Royals baseball team - all in the same week.

  • 7/15: Great Falls Voyagers/Grand Junction Rockies Highlights

    Highlights from the matchup between the Great Falls Voyagers and the Grand Junction Rockies held on Saturday, July 15th.
  • Bitterroot Bucs Mic'd Up

    Bitterroot Bucs Head Coach Trevor Subith is getting his team ready for the upcoming state tournament. We go inside baseball with the Bitterroot Bucs.

  • 7/15: Three Forks NRA Rodeo - Day 2 Highlights

    Highlights from Day 2 of the Three Forks Annual NRA Rodeo held on Saturday, July 15th.
  • East Helena Valley Rodeo - NRA Night #1

    Night one of the 54th annual East Helena Valley Rodeo featuring the Northern Rodeo Association was "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" Night for breast cancer awareness.

  • Capital High Teaches Young Campers "The Bruin Way"

    Capital boys basketball hosted their annual Westside basketball camp earlier this week. 

  • 7/14: East Helena Valley Rodeo - Day 1 Highlights

    Highlights from day one of the East Helena Valley Rodeo
  • East Helena Valley Rodeo Hosts In-County Night

    The East Helena Valley Rodeo hosted Lewis and Clark “in-county” night at the East Helena Rodeo Grounds.

  • Nurse, mom, Crossfit champion: local woman shares journey in high-intensity fitness program

    Between nursing patients at Billings Clinic and raising her children, Hope Cicero pushes her body to new limits, fueled by a passion for one high-intensity workout program. "After I had kids, I met up with a friend and we were doing some workouts in her garage, and she had this thing called Crossfit," Cicero said. "It was tons of fun, and then it got way more competitive and you're competing against yourself."   Cicero said she was always competitive, and he...

  • Gabe Sulser shares influence going Griz after announcing commitment to UM Football

    Billings Senior standout Gabe Sulser, one of the most recruited prep players coming out of our area, announced via Twitter Thursday that he is committed to the University of Montana Football program.

  • Shrine Game unites Cats and Griz before college journey begins

    As Montana's best football players come together for the annual East-West Shrine game, future Cat and Griz athletes are getting the chance to spend time with their soon-to-be teammates. "It's awesome, because I get to know them sooner," said future Bobcat linebacker and Glacier High graduate Tadan Gilman. "So, when I get down to Bozeman, I'll already know some guys, and just looking around the locker room, I'll be able to see guys, that RJ's (Fitzgerald) there, ...
  • Adam the Bear steals show at Grizzly Nationals

    Racing has many traditions for victory lane. There's chugging milk and kissing bricks, but in Montana, you take pictures with Adam, an 880 pound grizzly. "I'm not a hunter, a fisherman," said Grizzly Nationals winner Wayne Johnson. "Everyone up here is. I'm from Oklahoma, this is all I do, so if it don't have an on/off switch, I don't want anything to do with it." Adam is a pretty intimidating presence...something his trainer Troy Hyde understa...
  • Great Falls Defeats Pioneer League Leader Orem

    The Great Falls Voyagers took down the Orem Owlz at Centene Stadium. Final score was 3-2.
  • Legion AA Baseball: Helena Senators Defeat Medicine Hat

    Helena Senators defeated the Medicine Hat Moose Monarchs in a doubleheader at Kindrick Legion Field in Helena.

  • Fairfield Football Team Hosts Annual Youth Camp

    For the 18th year in a row, the Fairfield Eagles football team hosted elementary and middle school campers for a three-day clinic

  • 221 Industries Hosts 4th Annual Motorcross Freestyle Air Bash in Great Falls

    221 Industries was host to the 4th annual Motorcross Freestyle Air Bash in Great Falls. There were three riders showing off their tricks to include Vince Morgan from Phoenix, Arizona, Levi Renz from Butte, Montana and Red Bull Canadian rider Kyle Demelo.

  • Find Canadian Athletes On Both Sides Of This Year's Shrine Game Battle For Montana

    We're only three days away from the 71st Montana East-versus-West Shrine Game. The annual battle between the top football talent blends all four classes and every corner of the state, but did you know that is also blends two different countries? This year's game raising money for the Shriners Hospital also includes a pair of Canada's best, Tyler Packer and Logan Brandy, both representing our neighbors up North and both out of Calgary. "I literally know nobody except for the oth...

  • Team East Shrine Players Playing for Young Shriner Patients

    This Saturday at the 71st annual Montana East-West Shrine game players will be playing for much more than yardage and touchdowns.

  • Helena Reps Sweep Bozeman Bucks

    The Helena Reps swept the Bozeman Bucks in their Class A Legion baseball doubleheader at Kindrick Legion Field.

  • Josh Huestis Hosts Sold Out Basketball Camp in Great Falls

    Hometown hero Josh Huestis returned to his stomping grounds of CMR High School Monday afternoon, and even after one day of his youth camp, the kids are already learning a ton.

  • Record Numbers at Carroll Volleyball Camp

    Carroll College volleyball is hosting their annual overnight camp in Helena this week. 

  • Mustangs' Jeter Downs Hopes to Live up to Namesake

    Born in St. Andres, Columbia in 1998, Jeter Downs mother had no idea she was naming her son, a future shortstop, after one of the greatest to ever play the position.

  • Great Falls Voyagers Defeat Billings Mustangs 4-3 at Home

    Great Falls Voyagers defeat the Billings Mustangs at Centene Stadium on Monday night. The final score was 4-3.
  • 40 Wrestlers Utilizing Wrestling Camp to Prepare for National Competition

    40 high school wrestlers will be competing at the U.S. Marine Corps Cadet/Junior national championships in Fargo, ND starting Saturday, July 15 through July 22, 2017.

  • Missoula Pioneers Snap Outlaws Dreams of State Title Three-Peat

    Highlights and reactions from the state championship round of the Babe Ruth League State Tournament held on Sunday, July 9th.
  • Wayne Johnson Sweeps Grizzly Nationals

    For the second year in a row, the Grizzly Nationals were a big hit at the Gallatin Speedway. 

  • Carroll College Hosts Shodair Classic

    Highlights and recap from the Shodair Soccer Classic held at Carroll College on Saturday, July 8th.
  • Billings Mustangs Clobber Great Falls Voyagers

    Billings produced a single-game season high in hits and runs Sunday afternoon and cruised to a 19-2 win over the Voyagers to break even in the three-game series at Centene Stadium.

  • Missoula Marathon Draws Large Crowd

    Sunday marks the eleventh running of the Missoula Marathon, which has been over the past decade one of the largest growing marathon's in the United States. Runners from all fifty states and over a dozen countries will be participating in the half and full marathon competitions.  Ten thousand combined runners will hit the streets of Missoula and brave the heat. With temperatures expected to get into the upper 90s by midday, course officials are closing off the course an hour ea...
  • Yellowjacket baseball adds 8 more recruits for 2018

    Eight more players will join the Montana State University Billings baseball team for the 2018 season announced head coach Aaron Sutton on Sunday.

  • Day 1: Senior Babe Ruth State Baseball Tournament

    Day 1 highlights and scores from the Senior Babe Ruth League Baseball Tournament held at Cash Warren Memorial Field in Great Falls.

  • Billings Royals Use 9th Inning Surge to Top Scarlets

    The Royals have now lead the season series with the Scarlets 3-1.

  • 18th Annual Shodair Soccer Classic Highlights Mental Health

    The 18th annual Shodair Soccer Classic is this weekend and the event is about more than just an all-star game.

  • Voyagers Server is the Real Face of the Franchise

    Jill Trovatten has been with Voyagers franchise for 13 years

  • Helena Brewers Walk-Off in 13 Innings

    The Helena Brewers hosted the Billings Mustangs for Superhero Night and game one of a two-game series.  

  • Outlaws to Host Sr. Babe Ruth State Tournament

    The Electric City Outlaws vie for 3rd state title in as many years as they host the Sr. Babe Ruth League State Tournament July 7 - 9

  • Helena Reps Beat Butte Muckers

    FINAL: Reps 7, Muckers 1
  • Voyagers Fall to Missoula Osprey at Centene Stadium

    The Great Falls Voyagers took on the Missoula Osprey at Centene Stadium on Wednesday night. The home team fell 6-5.
  • Helena Reps Staying Hot in July

    The Helena Reps are staying hot down the stretch. 

  • Senators and Reps React to Brewers Relocation

    Kindrick Legion Field in Helena currently hosts American Legion baseball teams including the Senators and Reps plus the Pioneer League’s Helena Brewers. 

  • Canadian Baseball Player Finds "Home Away From Home" With Montana Host Family

    Canadian baseball player Miles Gordon, outfielder for the Billings Mustangs, invites us into his "home away from home" with his Montana family and shares his gratitude for host families offering Minor League Baseball players much more than just a safe place to stay for the season. 

  • 72nd Annual Choteau American Legion Rodeo

    72nd Annual Choteau American Legion Rodeo

  • Voyagers End Seven Game Skid on Independence Day

    Voyagers End Seven Game Skid on Independence Day

  • Carlsons Dedicate Summers to the Voyagers

    Carlsons Dedicate Summers to the Voyagers

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