BOZEMAN — Taylor Dees has fought the “undersized” stigma throughout his career at Montana State. At 6-foot-2 and 270 pounds, Dees lacks the girth and stature of a prototypical interior defensive lineman.
Wilson Brott of Billings West and Koni Dole of Huntley Project have been invited to walk on to the Montana State football program.
Forsyth wrestled as well as it hoped on Day 1 of the state wrestling tournament. Trouble for the Dogies, so did Colstrip and Choteau.
COLSTRIP — Colstrip had six individual champions Saturday to outscore three-time defending State B-C champion Forsyth in the Eastern B-C divisional wrestling tournament.
Billings Gazette videographer Lloyd Blunk list his favorite videos from 2013.
The Huntley Project Red Devils had a little extra fire burning inside them last week.
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 -- On Oct. 28, 2012, surgeons amputated Koni Dole’s right leg below the knee.
Koni Dole returns to football less than one year after an injury that resulted in his right leg being amputated. Dole's two touchdowns and a sack helped Huntley Project beat Joliet, 45-0.
WORDEN -- Huntley Project senior Koni Dole and the rest of the Red Devils had a night to remember.
Huntley Project senior Koni Dole is back on the football field this fall after breaking his leg in the last game of the season last year. He decided to amputate just below the knee. After a long road back, Dole is on pace to make an impact for the Red Devils on the field.
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.
Huntley Project High School student Koni Dole describes his return to athletic competition after a leg amputation.
Koni Dole pins Ben Grass of Shepherd in the first period of a match at Huntley Project High School. Dole's right leg was amputated in October after breaking his leg in a football game.
Strength coach Adam Husk watches over Koni Dole while he lifts weights at Huntley Project High School.
Koni Dole leans against his friend Tanner Miller while waiting to wrestle at Huntley Project High School.
Koni Dole uses a mirror to view his new athletic prosthetic leg while trying the leg on for the first time at Treasure State Orthotics.
A teammate's boot lays near Koni Dole's prosthetic leg and bag during a wrestling match at Huntley Project High School.
Koni Dole prepares to wrestle at Huntley Project High School less than three months after having his right leg amputated.