The St. Augustine Prep community mourned one of its alumni this week.
The anticipation and excitement to get back to sports has to wait for fall athletes at The College of New Jersey.
There will be changes to the fall high school sports season because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association.
Cedar Creek High School track and field standout Nina Casselberry will compete in the high jump for Georgia Tech.
Egg Harbor Township High School girls track and field standout Isabella Leak is going from one strong track program to another.
Egg Harbor Township High School’s Gabrielle Germann will bring her track and field versatility to the University of Connecticut in the fall.
ROBBINSVILLE — New Jersey high school sports on Friday received a glimmer of hope for their return from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Opening ceremonies are July 17 at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium in Billings.
HAMMONTON — The survival hopes of St. Joseph High School and Elementary School took another hit Friday night.
BUTTE — After holding out hope that the Butte 100 would be able to take place this summer, the 14th annual mountain bike race was called off on Monday due to COVID-19 concerns.
While sign ups had been delayed due to the novel coronavirus, registration for the 35th annual Big Sky State Games will begin June 1, with competition for most sports scheduled to take place July 17-19.
Sleeping Giant Lanes has released their top bowling scores for the season, which was suspended in mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A proposal allowing for current high school juniors and sophomores to voluntarily stay enrolled in high school one year longer after 12th grade is making its way through the state Legislature and would give students the chance to participate in an additional year of extracurricular activities and sports.
One of Montana’s greatest female golfers and Helena High alum Edean (Anderson) Ihlanfeldt, recently died in Wenatchee, Washington, at 90 years of age.
The 2020 Governor's Cup, which was set to be the 47th consecutive edition, has been canceled according to race director Bryan Haines.
Otte won multiple titles at Billings Central and Montana State, and running means just as much to her now as it did then.
All three tournaments were scheduled to start the weekend of April 17-19.
BILLINGS — The status of the Montana USBC Association State Women's Bowling Tournament, set for Billings April 17-May 10, has not been impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, but that isn't the case for three of the state's four major bowling events.
Five events are included in the spring sports lineup.
BILLINGS — Add the Montana Open Wrestling Tournament to the list of sporting events canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.