Track and field coaches from the four Billings high schools will be the featured guests at a Midland Roundtable gathering Thursday at noon at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
MISSOULA — Instead of the usual sharp pings of drivers cracking against golf balls and the light hum of golf carts flying along fairways, the University of Montana Golf Course will be abuzz with the pounding of feet Saturday and more cheering than is usually allowed on such hushed grounds.
Morgan McDonnell picked the perfect time to pick up the first cross country win of her career.
Winning feels pretty good. And the Billings Central girls cross country team is finding that out.
In the first cross country race of his career last year, Laurel’s Tyler Mogan won the season-opening Billings Invitational at Riverfront Park by six seconds.
The Billings high school track and field coaches will be the featured speakers at the next meeting of the Midland Roundtable April 4 at noon at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
Area cross country runners have a lot to be excited about this season.
Taylor Martinson acknowledges that his final year of track and field at Billings Central hasn’t quite been what he envisioned.
When a Class A high school sports fan reads the standings or stories they are bound to find the various sports teams at Billings Central experiencing success.
A year ago, Dani Aragon of Billings Senior outdueled eventual state champion Caroline Hardin and the now-graduated Nicole Rietz of Billings West to win the season-opening Billings Invitational cross country meet in 17:36 at Riverfront Park.
Why has the western portion of the state dominated the Class A track and field landscape in recent years?
LAUREL -- The Billings Central boys and girls track teams overcame poor weather conditions to outlast their conference counterparts Saturday afternoon as both squads cruised to wins at the Eastern A Divisional on a wet, windy day at the Laurel Sports Complex on Saturday.
Taylor Martinson did not compete in track as a freshman at Columbia Falls High School because he was enrolled in driver's education.