Montana High School Association
The 2013-14 Class A boys basketball season ended the same way many of the preceding years had: With Columbia Falls and Dillon knocking heads for the state championship.
Big changes are on the horizon for Class A sports, but they might be a year late for Sidney football.
Billings Skyview will host Missoula Big Sky in a Class AA quarterfinal football playoff game Friday at 7 p.m. at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.
Capsule previews for the boys and girls state cross country meet in Helena.
Jake Bakken started football practice in the middle of last August.
The way Billings West won the State AA softball championship -- the sheer improbability of it -- caught the eye of several national media outlets on Monday and Tuesday.
Starting in the 2014-15 season, there will be 13 weight classes in Montana High School Association sanctioned wrestling competition.
Things are potentially about to get interesting in Class A.
What does the future hold for Class A sports in Montana?
Billings will host only one state basketball tournament the next two years.
Glendive is staying put.
MetraPark will be bidding on two tournaments for 2016 with financial support from local business to cover lost capital improvement fees.
He is definitely a local legend when it comes to longevity and success, but Paul Barta downplays any suggestion that he is also one of the hardest working high school basketball coaches in the state.
Billings Central and Laurel will square off Tuesday night in the Eastern A boys basketball opener for both teams.
BELGRADE — An outside audit found the Manhattan High School football coach failed to deposit into school activity accounts more than $22,000 that his players brought in through fundraisers over the past two years.
The Montana High School Association held a regularly scheduled meeting on Nov. 24. There typically isn’t much news that comes out of these meetings, but there were a few noteworthy items that got approval for 2014-15.
The change in the Class C landscape might not look like much. After all, the number of schools in Montana’s lowest classification has actually increased from November 2006 to May 2012, according to the Montana High School Association. But that doesn’t necessarily tell the whole story.
New this school year, students participating in School District 2 athletics and their parents will be required to sign a form acknowledging they understand the health risks associated with concussions.
Former Billings Central football and basketball standout Dean Studer, who went on to play in the same Notre Dame backfield with quarterback Paul Hornung in the mid-1950s, died Monday in Sheridan, Wyo., at age 77.
Sometime later this summer, MetraPark customers will be able to park, for a fee, in a new lot to be built northwest of the Rimrock Auto Arena.