Brock Smith took off running at the 2012 Big Sky State Games — and he doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
Even though it’s often one of the hottest, driest times of the year in Billings, the annual Big Sky State Games will kick off this year on a refreshingly cool, wet note.
The new Yellowstone Youth Football league, which is now taking early registration and gearing up for its inaugural season beginning in September, might look similar on the surface to its predecessor, but behind the scenes it's a whole new, different organization.
There hasn’t been much downtime in the past few days for the Billings-based Special Olympics Montana basketball squad competing against teams from around the nation in this week’s Special Olympics 2014 USA Games in Princeton, N.J.
GULF SHORES, Ala. -- Senior Noah Kiprono of Rocky Mountain College placed eighth in the marathon on a hot and humid Saturday morning at the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
LAUREL — The third and final day of the final year for the Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games' three-year stop in Billings brought mixed emotions for the thousands of people who organized, volunteered at and competed in them.
Kandace Faller and Kady Griffith stood on a busy thoroughfare on the grass of the Rocky Mountain College practices fields, holding out their hands to dozens of passers-by.
Haley Watts, 16, lined her toes up at the starting line at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium and squatted a few times, warming up her legs while getting ready for her third and final shot at the standing long jump.
LAUREL — Laurel middle-schoolers Abby Round Face, 13, and Haylee Shepard, 14, noticed something about their daily practice sessions for their Special Olympics team.
Noah Kiprono of Rocky Mountain College has been chosen as the Frontier Conference men's outdoor track athlete of the week.
While commuting 112 miles most days in going to and from his family’s cattle ranch/wheat farm north of Whitewater, Nate Hammond said his thoughts often turn to his team.
Oliver Gore scored 20 of Rocky Mountain College's 44 goals this season, helping the Battlin' Bears reach the NAIA playoffs for the second consecutive year.
Take a quick peek at the roster for Sunday’s Montana Marathon, and you’ll see as many reasons for running as there are runners.
The sounds of chatter and cheering bounced off the walls at the Montana State University Billings swimming pool Thursday, amplifying as they echoed around the room.
Taylor Klanke, from Miles City, spent about 30 minutes chatting happily with other Special Olympics Montana athletes Wednesday morning while he waited for the awards ceremony to begin on a lawn at Rocky Mountain College.