Billings Senior girls soccer coach Megan Parish will once again head up the East team for the annual Shodair Soccer Classic, which will be played July 26 in Helena.
The Montana women’s track and field program signed six in-state athletes to National Letters of Intent, including Morgan Sulser and Haley Gellner of Billings.
When Morgan Sulser crossed the finish line of the 100-meter dash at last weekend’s Class AA state track and field meet in Great Falls, she kept running.
GREAT FALLS — Morgan Sulser oozes greatness on the track. But Billings Senior teammate Taylor Mims sees something more.
Mika Robinson of Billings West won the State AA pole vault at 11 feet, 6 inches. The Billings Senior girls won their fifth straight team title, as Morgan Sulser set the state record in the 100-meter dash at 12.19 seconds.
The first day of the state track and field meet is relatively laid back for Morgan Sulser. It’s a straightforward routine: Run, qualify for the finals and enjoy the moment.
For as little intrigue as there is in the Class AA girls team race, the boys teams more than make up for it. The Billings Senior girls are the heavy favorites as they chase their fifth consecutive team title, but the boys trophies seem to be completely up for grabs.
The 2014 state track and field meets have some big footsteps to follow.
Orange and black reign.
The Midland Roundtable will hold its annual Athlete of the Year banquet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center. Here are this year’s boys and girls finalists:
Morgan Sulser was already over the first hurdle when the starter’s gun fired a second time.
Shealynn Wacaser’s javelin has been stuck in a holding pattern.
Tickets are available for the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year banquet Wednesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
The 2014 track and field postseason has arrived. District track meets for Class B and C athletes are underway, divisional meets are next week and state the week after.
The Midland Roundtable announced its candidates for male and female athlete of the year Wednesday night at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
Photos of Maddy Emerick, Jace Henderson, Allie Lucas, Jenna Marsh, Morgan Sulser, Matt Dillon, Reece Quade, Koby Reyes, Zach Wall and Joe Zimmer, who were selected as the Midland Roundtable Athlete of the Year finalists.
If the weather cooperates (Tuesday’s forecast includes a strong chance of rain), the Midland Roundtable Top 10 track and field meet has the potential to be a record-setting day at the Laurel High School Sports Complex.
The Billings Senior girls track and field team got another win at the Border Wars meet in Sheridan, Wyoming on Tuesday.
Darren Hecker acknowledges that distance runners are cut from a different cloth. Some of them run out of enjoyment, others out of necessity. For Hecker, it's a bit of both.
Some people break records and bask in it. Others, like Billings Senior’s Morgan Sulser, aren’t satisfied.