LETHBRIDGE, Alberta -- The goal, from the first day of the season, was to be playing their best baseball at the end of July.
LETHBRIDGE, Alberta – Making the most of its opportunities, the Billings Royals scored three unearned runs in the sixth inning for a 3-1 victory over the Lethbridge Elks on Thursday night in the semifinal of the Class AA American Legion State Tournament.
The Billings Royals collected 14 hits -- including four from Kevin Angland -- in beating Bozeman 12-2 Thursday in American Legion baseball at Pirtz Field.
The Billings Royals ran their season record to 33-11 on Saturday with two more American Legion baseball victories at the Gopher Classic tournament in Minnesota.
BOZEMAN – Tanner Leenknecht hit for the cycle and had six RBIs as the Billings Royals doubled up Helena 15-7 to win the championship of the Bozeman American Legion baseball tournament on Monday.
Kevin Angland fired a five-inning no-hitter and the Billings Royals blanked Summit, Colo., 16-0 at the Goldsmith Gallery Jewelers/Make-A-Wish Foundation American Legion baseball tournament Sunday at Dehler Park.
The Billings Scarlets rallied for five runs in the final four innings to take a 10-5 conference victory over the Billings Royals on Saturday during the Goldsmith Gallery Jewelers/Make-A-Wish Foundation tournament at Dehler Park.
HELENA -- The Billings Royals swept a conference doubleheader from Helena on Tuesday. Billings beat the Senators 11-5 in the opener and 6-3 in the nightcap.
The Billings Royals split a non-conference doubleheader with Class A Laurel on Monday at Dehler Park, losing the opener 7-3 and winning the second game 10-2.
Konner Wiechman fired a no-hitter and the Billings Royals downed the Great Falls Chargers 10-0 in the first game of a Legion baseball doubleheader Sunday at Dehler Park.
Collin Maier made eight starts as a freshman at Division III Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash., this past spring, going 4-4 with a 3.93 ERA in 52 2/3 innings.
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- The Billings Royals split their season-opening doubleheader with Post 22 of Rapid City on Saturday, winning the opener 16-7 and falling 8-6 in the second game.
At the Billings Senior High Winter Formal, Kevin Angland was crowned king and Madison Stone was crowned queen.
What a difference a few days -- and some good fortune -- can make.
Shawn Murphy is hoping familiar faces will produce a familiar outcome.