If the weather cooperates (Tuesday’s forecast includes a strong chance of rain), the Midland Roundtable Top 10 track and field meet has the potential to be a record-setting day at the Laurel High School Sports Complex.
Some people break records and bask in it. Others, like Billings Senior’s Morgan Sulser, aren’t satisfied.
The calendar tells us the First Day of Spring was March 20, so we’ve officially turned the page to the “spring” sports season.
(Editor's note: Jeff Hedstrom is a representative at montanatrack.com, an online resource for Montana high school track and field results, records, etc. Jeff is compiling previews and will publish them on the gazprepsports.com blog. While we're confident in Jeff's research, if you see a mist…
Clearly, speed is more important than experience on the track.
I keep looking back over the results from Tuesday’s Midland Roundtable Top 10 meet in Laurel, and the same thing keeps sticking out to me: The Billings West boys are really good and have way more depth than I was expecting.
(Editor's note: Jeff Hedstrom is a representative at montanatrack.com, an online resource for Montana high school track and field results, records, etc. Jeff is compiling previews for each class and plans to publish them over the next couple of weeks. While we're confident in Jeff's research…
A year ago, the boys track-and-field team from Billings West had visions of winning a fifth state championship in a six-year span.
The Billings Junior Bulls high school hockey team finished second in the Treasure State Hockey League state tournament last weekend in Missoula.