Tryan is excited for rodeo's 'World Series.'
Coming off a career game, Golden Bears' senior running back leads Class AA in rushing.
The state tournaments return to Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on the Montana State University campus and Bozeman, and will run this Thursday through Saturday.
Lauren Lindseth also considered Gonzaga, but in the end she decided to follow in her mom's footsteps to Montana State.
Photos from the Billings West Golden Bears’ AA playoff game against the Helena Capital Bruins at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium in Billings o…
Roundup of Class AA football quarterfinal action from Friday.
It's back to a normal postseason for the Helena High and Capital volleyball teams, only the Western AA is now holding a divisional tournament.
Capital was so dominant the mercy rule was invoked early in the fourth quarter.
Helena High and Capital will open their Class AA playoff runs on Friday.
It's the first time in the 91-year history of Memorial Stadium that two playoff games will take place on the same day.
From start to finish, they were the dominant teams in their respective classes.
The Helena girls soccer team is one win away from a return trip to the state title match.
The last chapter of Kaden Huot's legacy has yet to be written and he's the one holding the pen.
Jamey Michelotti said he enjoys pancakes and it's fair to assume he enjoys them a little more than his opponents enjoy his pancake blocks.
Both Helena Capital soccer teams will advance in the Class AA state playoffs after beating Butte and Kalispell Glacier on Tuesday afternoon.
All four Helena High/Capital soccer teams will be hosting playoff matches Tuesday.
The top-ranked Spartans held the third-ranked Bruins to just 77 total yards of offense in a 32-0, shutout win.
“It’s pretty sad because it’s our last crosstown, but I’m really excited. It’s pink night. There’s going to be lots of energy, a lot of people coming to support.” -- Capital senior Kennedy Pocha
"I told them against Butte that it was the biggest game of their lives," Capital head coach Kyle Mihelish said. "And it was the same thing this week."
Helena Capital defeated Helena High in boys cross country for the first time in 19 tries, while Kylie Hartnett and the Bengal girls kept their own streaks alive.
Upsets in the 8-Man ranks caused a shakeup in the weekly 406mtsports.com high school football rankings.
Behind Joey Michelotti's four touchdowns, Capital continued its winning ways and set up a showdown with Sentinel next week for first in the Western AA.
It's time for the playoff push as the stretch run has arrived for local high school football teams.