With one quick glance around the practice field at Rocky Mountain College, it’s easy to see that there is a lot to like about this year’s Battlin’ Bears football team.
BUTTE — The Beaverhead County sheriff said Monday that a man was injured in a duck hunting accident on Saturday.
Health insurance was a luxury that Doug Oltrogge, a self-employed contractor, sometimes had and sometimes didn’t.
CODY, WYO. — There was a blessing and curse in the medical diagnosis Gregory Johnston received in June.
Tyler Bispo, an all-state cornerback at Billings West last season, has signed a letter of intent with the football program at Rocky Mountain College.
Cornerback Sam Jarecke of Billings West has signed a letter of intent with Rocky Mountain College's football program.
MILES CITY -- Eight high school football players from Billings have been selected to the Montana team for the 20th annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl, which will be played against North Dakota on June 15 at Connors Stadium.
Three Class AA all-state football players from Billings West and Billings Skyview have signed letters of intent to continue their playing days with Rocky Mountain College.
Practice makes perfect.
You can’t really call it a quarterback sneak when everyone in the stadium knows it’s coming.
BOZEMAN -- Hunter Gappmayer rushed for 106 yards, had 69 yards receiving and scored three touchdowns Friday to lead Bozeman to a 37-17 victory over Billings West at Van Winkle Stadium.
Billings West saved its best for last Friday night.
Billings West trailed against Helena late in the game but rallied to earn a 31-28 win on a Grant Linde field goal.
GREAT FALLS -- Quarterback Ryan Gallogly threw for 193 yards, running back Jason Baker rushed for 115 more and Billings West beat Great Falls High 36-22 on Friday at Memorial Stadium.
The phrase “big shoes to fill” never fit better than it does this fall at Billings West.
Jason Baker of Billings West returns an interception for a touchdown late in the first half against Billings Skyview on Friday, Oct. 28, 2011 at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium.
Billings West senior captains Stewart Harris, Nathan Bradley, and Jason Baker preview the Bears' upcoming football season.
West's Michael Stoner, left, Jason Baker, center, and Clay Compton celebrate Compton's touchdown in the first quarter against Glacier Friday, Nov. 11, 2011.
Brady Gustafson and Clay Compton combined to score four touchdowns for Billings West, and the Bears pulled away from Billings Skyview, 33-12. Skyview finished the season 2-8, while West finished 9-1 and will host a first round playoff game.
Once Billings West got rolling Friday night, they had the look of No. 1 seed. This afternoon, the Golden Bears will find out if they are one.