With Makena Morley and Christina Aragon, it’s not a question of “What if?”
GREAT FALLS — The rivalry between Broadus’ Kris Noble and Jordan’s Connor Murnion reached its apex Saturday during the State C track and field meet at Memorial Stadium. And similar to many of their previous battles, each came away a winner.
Bainville's Chance Hyatt cruised to a win in the 3,200 to earn his first career state track title. West Yellowstone's Bailee Parker broke the Class C record in the 1,600.
GREAT FALLS – Bainville's Chance Hyatt has won the past two Class C cross country championships, so he knows a thing or two about winning.
After rain canceled Tuesday’s Midland Roundtable Top 10 meet in Laurel, the disappointment was evident.
MILES CITY -- Three-time defending State B girls champion Glasgow earned the distinction as the team champion at the Miles City Invitational cross country meet on Saturday.
LAUREL -- Layne Lantis was expecting a battle with rival Chance Hyatt. And what a battle it was.
Bainville distance runner Chance Hyatt, who has Class C’s fastest times this season in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs, knows his top competition at the state meet well.
Expectations were high for Culbertson-Bainville junior Chance Hyatt as he entered this cross country season.
Culbertson's Chance Hyatt comes down the final stretch of the class C state cross country race to finish first in a time of 16:59.2 Saturday.
Chance Hyatt took second place for Culbertson-Bainville at the State C cross country meet.