Bozeman continued their cross country dominance on Friday at the Billings Invitational. Stirling Marshall-Pryde won it for the boys in 16:38.87 and freshman Natalie Nicholas crossed the finish line in 19:15.86 seconds.
Hear from Jory Thompson and Jeff Graham as they prepare to face off Friday.
Arlington’s Globe Life Field, home of the Texas Rangers, will host the Wrangler NFR 2020 – the first non-baseball event at the park. Event organizers confirmed the event will comply with all health and safety protocols for attendees. Wrangler NFR 2020 will take place Dec. 3-12, 2020.
Hear from the Longhorns about their impressive start to the season.
Hear from tournament organizer John Hayes on how the tournament is still able to take place this weekend.
Hear from the new leader of Providence men's soccer.
How will 2020 look for the Belt Huskies?
How will things go for the Great Falls Central Catholic Mustangs in 2020?
The Helena High Cross Country season has been temporarily suspended.
How will the 2020 season look for the Great Falls Bison?
The announcement came down on Thursday evening.
What will 2020 be like for the Fort Benton Longhorns?
The CMR Rustlers are looking to bounce back in 2020, and are lead by a new head coach.
John Kelly might be approaching 70, but his game knows no expiration date.
On Tuesday, the Yellowstone Health Department held a press conference at Riverstone Health to announce their procedures in regards to high school sports in the fall. The big news announced, no fans will be allowed at MHSA activities this fall.
Coach Stanton had his Golden Bears out bright and early on Friday morning, getting back to basics.
Leo Goldman explores the awesome sport of cornhole.
At this time the Frontier Conference has elected to move the sport of football to the spring.
Schweyen announced his resignation on Thursday.
The Montana High School Association announced several changes to the 2020 fall sports season on Thursday, following a meeting by their executive board. However they have not elected to move football to the spring, despite many Class AA athletic directors expressing a desire to do so.