Montana State Wrestling Tournament
Matt Dillon was the picture of calm early Saturday evening as he waited for his Class AA 182-pound championship bout to begin in the state wrestling tournament at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.
There’s no question that the Havre machine — or the Blue Pony Express, if you prefer — had the best wrestling team in Class A. And it again rolled over the competition at the state tournament.
Coach Steve Komac planned to have prime rib. As for his team, “they could have anything they want.”
Twenty years is a long time to wait. For Colstrip, it was worth it.
The Great Falls Bison couldn’t have put together a better day at the State AA wrestling tournament on Friday at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.
The way the Great Falls Bison stampeded through the Eastern AA wrestling seeding tournament, one might be tempted to pencil them in as the State AA wrestling champions for 2014 before the tournament even takes place.
It’s going to take more than some annoying snow to deter the state’s wrestling fans from flocking to Billings this weekend.
There were nearly 7,000 fans in attendance last Saturday night for the individual championship matches at the state wrestling tournament at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.
Jake Leinwand grew up in the Billings West wrestling room, both literally and figuratively.
GREAT FALLS -- No wrestlers were injured when a van carrying about a half dozen members of the state champion Great Falls High Bison slid off the road while returning home Sunday morning.
The Bison put the electricity back into Electric City wrestling on Saturday at the state AA wrestling tournament at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.
The race for the Class AA team title was as tight as expected Friday at the state wrestling tournament at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.
The Class A numbers game Guy Melby and Tim Zody foresaw early in the week played out Friday at the state wrestling tournament.
The stress of trying to repeat — much less three-peat — can take a toll on a championship team.
In the Treasure State, there are some very special sports dates on the calendar.
The top-ranked Great Falls Bison have put themselves in contention for their first State AA wrestling championship since 1999.
For all the praise Luke Paine has been receiving and with his 43-0 record, he is still the same old Luke Paine.
The championship round of the state wrestling tournament will begin at 135 pounds on Saturday at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.
It seems that just about annually in Montana the Super Bowl can serve as a reminder for one of this state's big sporting events.
It's almost time for the annual mad dash to Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.