The Montana City pair won titles at the USA Track & Field Championships and the Hopes Elite Gymnastics Classic Championships recently.
The seventh annual Montana Women's Triathlon hosted 188 athletes from five states recently in Helena
The Helena Sports Hall of Fame held its Class of 2022 induction banquet recently. The inductees included 13 individuals in six categories, and nine teams.
This week Sidelines updates the latest endeavors of local gymnast Reese Esponda, and Montana Cowboy Hall of Famer Kitty Ann Quigley Taaler.
A week after winning his debut attempt at the daunting Western States 100, Missoula's Adam Peterman reflected on what the surreal victory meant for him.
In 1954, the upstart singer (it wasn’t even called “rock and roll” yet) walked into the radio studio where Goodrich was a country music disc jockey and asked, "Have you played my record yet?"
Adam Peterman won the Western States 100 in his 100-mile debut, as his meteoric rise through ultra running continues.
Thomas Wolfe was wrong. You can go home.
The annual Helena USBC City Bowling Tournaments were held earlier this spring at Sleeping Giant Lanes, with Jonathan Jensen and Terri Johnson walking away with the Open and Women's, respectively, scratch all-events championships.
"It's just a blessing to be able to get out and run."
“And I can assure you, I’m not the only one that is more than a little nervous about how we’re going to keep things running smoothly after he’s gone.”
This week Sidelines wraps up the local the 8-week USBC Open State Tournament results, as well as the weekly bowling league high scores and year-end high average-game-series awards, all of which took place at Sleeping Giant Lanes.
This week Sidelines reports the top-10 placing of a local junior gymnast at nationals, and the Class B/C divisional tourney successes of the Elkhorn area girls tennis teams.
This week Sidelines reports on the happenings at several Regional Junior Gymnastics championships, along with several home grown collegiate tracksters at their conference meets.
Helena native Katie Campbell qualified for Muscle & Fitness HERS Magazine’s “Ms. Health & Fitness” contest.
Capital High recently garnered its fifth consecutive State High School weightlifting club championship at the meet in the Capital auditorium.
HELENA — The movie “Father Stu” starring Mark Wahlberg has revitalized a strong local interest in – and introduced a whole new Helena-area generation to – the fascinating life of the late Rev. Stuart Long (1963-2014).
Garrett Hinderman and Maren Fox of the Great Divide Ski Team qualified for, and competed at, the Tri-Divisional Ski Meet at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, last month.
Basketball doesn't own the only "March Madness," and last month three local wrestlers - one high schooler and two collegiate matmen - shined on the national stage, led by Capital High senior Carson DesRosier.
Reese Esponda became the first Montana female to qualify for the prestigious USA Classics Championships in over 40 years.
HELENA -- This week Sidelines recaps the recent exploits of powerlifting, bowling and youth wrestling.
HELENA -- The Carroll College Cheer team recently returned from Los Angeles, carrying its second straight World Class Cheer division Hollywood Crown championship banner. World Class Cheer is a global cheer company that specializes in camps, competitions and choreography.
HELENA -- The big news this week was U.S. freestyle team member Konnor Ralph’s qualification for World Cup events. We also recap the Youth City Bowling Tournament at SGL last month.
HELENA -- After a near fatal car crash on March 8, former Helena High and Carroll College football player Spencer Chamberlain is miraculously on the mend, although the road to recovery will be long, arduous and astronomically expensive.
HELENA -- Like a fine glass of wine, Leslie Ursich got better with age.
This week our Sidelines' chat involves news at the local bowling alley, young grapplers at tourneys, and our latest college All-American shot putter.