Laurel's Mitch Kaufman and Billings Skyview's Gus Schaff have signed letters of intent to play football at Rocky Mountain College.
BOZEMAN — The memory of Jake Dennehy’s 46-yard, championship-winning field goal in last year’s state title game is what drives the Bozeman Hawks.
HELENA -- Billings Skyview opened and finished their playoff quarterfinals against Helena High with a pair of lightning quick touchdowns, advancing the Falcons to the semifinal round of the Class AA football playoffs.
When it mattered the most, Billings Skyview was at its best.
Helena Capital finished the first half Friday night with no points, but a whole lot of motivation.
BUTTE -- Gus Schaff fired a 15-yard touchdown pass to Tre'von Strong with five seconds to play Friday night to lift Billings Skyview over Butte 56-53 in a wild Class AA football game played at Naranche Stadium.
Billings Skyview may have been knocked down the past two games, but like a heavyweight boxer the Falcons got back up and scored a convincing knockout Friday night at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium.
GREAT FALLS -- Great Falls CMR took the lead with a touchdown and two-point conversion with 3:57 to play Friday night and beat Billings Skyview 25-24 in Class AA football.
HELENA -- Quarterback Troy Arntson ran for two touchdowns and passed for another, helping Helena High break away from Billings Skyview 42-17 on Friday night.
Crowned at the homecoming dance at Skyview High on Sept. 13 were Gus Schaff, king, and Tessa Shelton, queen. The Homecoming Court included the king candidates, Kaleb Barkac, Brenton Buerkley, Alex Picicci and Konner Wieckman, and the queen candidates, Macy Cyr, Haley Gellner, Erika Hall and …
Another day, another four-touchdown performance from Billings Skyview senior fullback Alex Picicci.
Skyview quarterback Gus Schaff pitches the ball to Riley Barta during the second half against Sentinel on Friday.
Blockers, especially linemen, don't get a lot of glory.
KALISPELL -- Alex Picicci and Riley Barta combined for 346 rushing yards and four touchdowns Friday night as Billings Skyview raced past Kalispell Flathead 44-13 in Class AA football.
No one would have blamed Gus Schaff for giving up football.
For the past 28 seasons, it’s been all about the offensive line and the ground game for coach Ron Lebsock’s Billings Skyview teams.