HUNTLEY — Every single student at Huntley Project’s junior high and high school — all 370 of them — spent Friday morning cleaning up roadsides in the four communities that feed the school: Worden, Ballantine, Huntley and Pompeys Pillar.
Koni Dole gets the headlines for the Huntley Project Red Devils.
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…
WORDEN -- Jay Santy, who led Huntley Project to state Class B football championships in 2008 and 2009, has retired.
WORDEN -- Rob Nyby and Jackson Marsh wouldn't let the windy conditions thwart No. 6 Plentywood's offense Saturday afternoon.
Jackson Marsh scored three touchdowns for Plentywood, and the Wildcats beat Huntley Project 23-12 in a Class B first round playoff game.
With playoffs starting next week in the A, B, 8-Man, and 6-Man classes, wins seem bigger now. Some teams - like Fairview and Florence - earned statement wins over top competitors.
Bryan Waldhauser is currently listed on the Montana Grizzlies’ roster at a mere 250 pounds.
WORDEN —Zane McArthur and Colin Hoeffner were a two-man wrecking crew Friday afternoon for the Townsend Bulldogs.
For the most part, the standings are clearing up enough to give us decent ideas of what the playoffs are going to look like next week or the week after, depending on the class. Commenters have been having lively discussion surrounding the various class B scenarios, and it just goes to show h…
The Huntley Project Red Devils built a 19-7 lead over the Columbus Cougars on a TJ Harris touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Columbus, though, behind quarterback Tim Yeager, scored a touchdown to pull within six and had the ball at the Project six yard line with under five seconds to play.…
Huntley Project has only lost two games in the last three years.
HELENA — Jay Santy of Huntley Project was one of five high school athletic directors to be honored as AD of the year last week by the Montana Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association.
Saturday’s Class B football championship between No. 1 Huntley Project and No. 2 Fairfield turned out to be a classic dogfight.