MISSOULA -- For the first time since 2000, Montana will host the Big Sky Conference soccer tournament. The Grizzlies used a 7-0 victory over North Dakota Friday afternoon at South Campus Stadium and other league results later in the day to clinch hosting rights.
Each August, as the machinery of Billings Central’s girls soccer dynasty resets for another run, new players step forward and new leaders emerge.
Billings Senior girls soccer coach Megan Parish will once again head up the East team for the annual Shodair Soccer Classic, which will be played July 26 in Helena.
Orange and black reign.
The Midland Roundtable will hold its annual Athlete of the Year banquet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center. Here are this year’s boys and girls finalists:
Tickets are available for the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year banquet Wednesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
The Midland Roundtable announced its candidates for male and female athlete of the year Wednesday night at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
Photos of Maddy Emerick, Jace Henderson, Allie Lucas, Jenna Marsh, Morgan Sulser, Matt Dillon, Reece Quade, Koby Reyes, Zach Wall and Joe Zimmer, who were selected as the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year finalists.
Laurel junior Allie McGrath stood clutching the Eastern A girls basketball divisional championship trophy and made it clear the Locomotives want more.
The Eastern A girls basketball divisional semifinal may have seemed lost.
Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark will again host the combined boys and girls Eastern A divisional basketball tournament, which tips off Thursday.
The girls basketball teams from Billings Central and Billings Skyview had other things on their minds besides their interclass matchup Thursday night.
SIDNEY -- Allie Lucas and Justyn Juhl combined for 49 points to lead Billings Central past Sidney 58-42 on Saturday afternoon in Eastern A girls basketball.
It was turning out to be a fairly forgettable game for Justyn Juhl. Foul trouble. Shooting troubles. A scoreless first half.
Paige Vinger made her first 3-point attempt and thought, “That’s good for now, I guess.”
Allie Lucas of Central pushes the ball up the floor during the first half against Laurel on Friday.
Allie McGrath of Laurel (20) pushes the ball up the floor against Allie Lucas of Billings Central during the second half Friday.
LEWISTOWN -- Justyn Juhl scored 17 points and Allie Lucas added 16 as Billings Central picked up a 59-34 non-conference victory over Lewistown on Tuesday.
The Billings Central girls basketball team has played in many season-defining games in the past couple of years. So when it comes down to crunch time, the Rams know what it takes.
Billings Central jumped out to a big first-quarter lead and never looked back in a 49-31 victory over Eastern A foe Glendive on Friday at the Nelles Activities Center.