WORDEN — With his team holding a tenuous 7-0 lead at halftime, Townsend coach Travis Rauh approached senior receiver Kenny Wilbur in the locker room.
Smash vs. Flash.
BIGFORK -- Second-ranked Huntley Project powered its way to 299 rushing yards in a 27-6 conquest over No. 5 Bigfork in a Class B football semifinal contest here Saturday.
Kian Brown rushed for more than 100 yards and two touchdowns to help lead No. 2 Huntley Project to a 21-7 win over top-ranked Fairfield. The Red Devils intercepted the Eagles five times in the win.
WORDEN – Yancey Fitch missed a couple early opportunities to make game-changing plays in the Huntley Project passing game.
WORDEN — By the time Quincy Wittman saw his pursuer’s shadow, it was too late.
WORDEN – Guy Croy is a coach who keeps his promise.
Senior offensive lineman Tanner Miller scored his first career touchdown and Huntley Project overcame six turnovers to beat Shepherd 21-19. The Red Devils are 9-0.
It’s not often that games live up to the hype, but the District 3B showdown between the Baker Spartans and Huntley Project Red Devils certainly did last Friday. Baker eventually prevailed for a 21-19 victory, but it wasn’t without drama.
WORDEN -- Huntley Project senior Koni Dole and the rest of the Red Devils had a night to remember.
Koni Dole gets the headlines for the Huntley Project Red Devils.
Huntley Project's Koni Dole, Tanner Miller, Tanner Oblender and Chase Mitchell talk about the Red Devils' 2013 football season.
One day can change everything.
At the center of the victory huddle at Saturday’s Rocky Mountain Bears triumph over the Carroll College Saints was Huntley Project’s two-way football player, Koni Dole.
Note: We’re spotlighting a Class B or C team each week. The schools are going to shoot interviews and video from practices or games, which we will then edit and post online at gazprepsports.com. I’ll get some comments from the coach, so we can attach a blog to the video. Up this week: The Hu…
When it comes to Class B football in Montana, you’ve been able to pencil Fairfield into the state championship game the past five years. The Eagles finally got over the hump last season, capturing their first state title since 1982.