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GARDINER — In the postgame huddle after Ennis’ 62-16 win over Gardiner on Saturday afternoon, first-year Mustangs coach Chris Hess told his team they were getting there.
BOZEMAN — The Big Sky Conference is a league of extraordinary gentlemen when it comes to wide receivers.
BOZEMAN — Remember the old adage that defense is usually ahead of offense early in fall camp? Montana State’s offense rendered that meme folly on Saturday, and the team’s ninth-year head coach Rob Ash saw it coming.
Size and speed will clash Saturday night in Laurel, and that could be the cognitive factor in determining who wins the 68th Montana East-West Shrine Game.
MILES CITY -- Having been to a few of these summer all-star practices over the past few years, I'm always amazed out how quickly the teams seem to come together. This year's Montana football team for the annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl is no different.
MILES CITY -- Troy Purcell called it “an honor and a privilege” to be selected as coach of the Montana football all-stars in the 21st Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl, but the perks that come with the job are just as inviting.
Seven players from Class AA state champion Bozeman dominate the Montana roster for the 21st Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl.
Montana State reopened its Lone Star pipeline to acquire eight new football players from Texas on National Signing Day. The Bobcats also received letters of intent from five in-state recruits.
It doesn't always work out that the two top-ranked teams in the Associated Press Power Poll meet in the state championship football game.
CHARLO -- Walker McKitrick passed for 240 yards and five touchdowns on Saturday afternoon in directing unbeaten Ennis into its first state title game since 1983.
CHARLO -- Michael Delaney threw five touchdown passes and caught an option pass for a score, helping No. 6 Charlo beat No. 7 Culbertson-Bainville 60-14 in a quarterfinal 8-man football game Saturday.
Even though he doesn’t want to say it, White Sulphur Springs head coach Barry Hedrich lets the comparison come out.
The list of clichés goes on and on.
Connor Sullivan, a wide receiver at Ennis High School, has verbally committed to play football at Montana State University.
We’re only two weeks into December, but already some big-time Class C basketball matchups dot the pre-Christmas schedule.
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