Lights at football fields all across Montana were on Friday night as a symbol of hope for athletes whose spring seasons have been cut short by…
"Looking back at it now, I'm really glad we ended on a win. Especially on a win that kind of epitomizes how we were as a team." - Johnston said.
Life may not return to normal anytime soon, but when it does, sports will return too, filling the same space in our lives they always have.
Many events have had to shuffle their schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic. The MTHOF banquet is now June 20 in Billings.
Check out the Treasure State roster.
The high school football season has been over for months, but nine local players from Capital, Helena High and Townsend have one more game to play.
"We have been playing together since second grade," McCormick said of playing with Grovom. "So it's cool that we will get to play our last yea…
Helena High wide receiver Kyler Tesch and defensive lineman Keyshawn Newby each signed to play college football at Montana Tech Tuesday.
When it comes to quarterbacks in the history of Montana high school football, few have had more success than Helena's Tyler Emmert.
Several coaches have been recommended to join Bozeman Gallatin when the school opens in the fall.
Five longtime teammates took the next step in their football careers at the Butte Central Rotunda Wednesday.
Dickinson State signed more players from Montana (18) than any other state.
Wess Ross, a former Helena Capital standout, has been announced as the new Great Falls Central head coach.
June 20 will mark the end of the Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl, which has pitted football players from Montana and North Dakota against ea…
About four years ago, Kadyn Craigle attended a baseball camp at the Air Force Academy. It was there he decided that was where he wanted to fur…
Changes are coming to district and divisional alignments for the 2020-21 school year.
One athletic director, two assistant coaches and 12 head coaches are finalists for NHSACA national honors.
The additions of two sanctioned high school sports were approved at the MHSA's annual meeting.
Dan Carpenter set records at all three levels – high school, college and professionally – and is only the fifth Helenan to play in the NFL.
This year marks the 74th Montana East-West Shrine game.
The 6-Man All-Star Game is scheduled for Saturday, May 30, in Highwood.
Coaches from Miles City, Helena Capital, Red Lodge, Fairview and Carroll College will lead Montana at this year's Badlands Bowl.