Billings West High
COLUMBIA, Mo. — For the second time in five years Max Copeland is on a mission to shatter our perceptions about football and his place in the game. It takes the self-discipline of a monk and the obsessions of a madman to pull off what he’s done the last four months.
Beau Linnell, a junior at West High, didn’t realize just how much he’d learn about hate crimes in Billings when he started a class project earlier this year looking at the impact of the town’s stand against such crimes 20 years ago.
None of them was born yet when it happened, but a group of West High students will play an important role in the celebration of a historic stand against hate crimes in Billings 20 years ago.
Photos from the state softball tournament game between Billings West and Helena Capital on Thursday.
Makenna Sellers, daughter of Norma and Dave Sellers, and Nathan Bradley, son of Tami and Jim Bradley, were crowned queen and king of the Billings West High School TWIRP at the Billings Hotel on Saturday.
The Billings West High Bears came out on top with a 22-14 win in a snowy ground battle against rival Billings Senior.
Photos from the boys and girls soccer games between Billings Senior and Billings West on Tuesday at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium.
When the class of 1962 finally took up residence at the new West High as sophomores in the spring of 1960, they had the place to themselves.
Last week, Billings West High experimented with its lunch hour and for five days served all its student during a single break.
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Billings West High senior Shane Robison blocks the shot of Senior High senior Ben Sherman during play at the arena in 2007. The construction of the arena finally allowed plenty of room for the big crowds that wanted to watch the decades-long crosstown school rivalry.
Longing to be an example of health and physical fitness to his students, Don Gleason worked out to what he called the “extreme.”
The classical guitar quartet from Poplar High sat in a stuffy little classroom at West High on Friday afternoon and plucked out Koen Dejonghe’s “Lullaby for H.”
Billings School District 2 officials have said there is no truth to rumors that a West High student had a "hit list" of peers she wanted to kill.
UPDATE 8 a.m.: The 2010 Yellowstone County Relay for Life raised $654,700 for cancer research, organizers announced at a ceremony this morning.
West High’s Class of 2010 graduated in ceremonies at MetraPark’s Rimrock Auto Arena on Sunday.
Hard work paid off for the members of West High's theater troupe Saturday when they won the top honor at this year's Montana Thespian Festival.
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