LOCKWOOD — Beginning this fall, Lockwood High School will be open to incoming freshman. Along with the new high school comes new, state-of-the-art athletic facilities.
HELENA — In 2020, the Class C boys and girls state basketball tournaments will run concurrently at the same site for the first time in
HELENA — Carroll Women’s basketball hosted 18 high school player for the Fighting Saints’ first ever ‘Elite Prospect Camp’ Friday at the Carroll College P.E.
GREAT FALLS — Fifth-year professional basketball player Josh Huestis is back in Great Falls hosting his annual skills camp at CMR. The Rustler great allowed
BILLINGS — Registration for adult and youth basketball play at this summer’s Big Sky State Games expires at the end of June. The early entry
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — It’s another sweep for the Montana teams in the annual Montana-Wyoming all-star basketball series. Barely. After the Montana girls ran away with
BILLINGS — Lilly Gopher left her mark on Box Elder High School. Gopher was the State C girls basketball tournament MVP as a junior when
The Montana all-stars ran their combined winning streak to 12 games Friday by sweeping Wyoming on the first night of the 2019 Midland Roundtable basketball series at Alterowitz Gym.
(Editor’s note: DCC Athletics release) GLENDIVE – Close to 20 officials are registered for the Dawson Basketball Officiating Camp June 21-23 at Dawson Community College.
BILLINGS — University of Providence coach Steve Keller is a perfect 14-0 in the Midland Roundtable’s Montana-Wyoming All-Star basketball series. There’s a new wrinkle for
BOX ELDER — Box Elder girls basketball coach Joel Rosette, along with stepdaughters Joelnell and Kyla Momberg, is moving to Spokane and will leave the Bears
LOCKWOOD — The Lockwood Lions continue to build athletic programs from the ground up for their new Class A high school set to open this
Tri-City 5’10” wing player Brianna Bergum of has signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent with Dawson Community College
SHEPHERD — One of the winningest coaches in Montana girls basketball history recently called it a career. Shepherd Hall of Famer Bill Lepley told MTN