When it comes to State AA boys golf this fall, it might be tough to beat the three Billings schools.
Billings Senior’s Sean Benson holds a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the Billings Invitational golf tournament Monday at The Briarwood.
BRIDGEPORT, W. Va. -- Billings golfer Payton Stott missed the cut on Thursday at the 46th annual Trusted Choice Big I National Championship junior tournament at the Pete Dye Golf Club.
LAUREL -- Teigan Avery and Ryggs Johnston walked away from Laurel Golf Club with a handful of trophies and the title of overall state champion.
LAUREL -- Payton Stott is looking forward to a busy, successful summer.
BOZEMAN -- Payton Stott of Billings has qualified for the Big I national championship golf tournament.
Twenty-seven junior golfers from the Billings area qualified for state on Monday during the District 4 qualifier held on the Elmer Link Course at Pryor Creek Golf Club in Huntley.
That was a fun basketball season, huh?
The idealist inside Skyview coach Toby Hill might say playing non-conference games in February contradicts the meaning of late-season basketball. Shouldn’t everything be magnified at this time of year?
It was Kooper Kidgell’s night, but in the end it was Joe Zimmer’s moment.
Too much Jared Samuelson in the beginning and not enough time at the end added up to a tough loss for Billings Skyview on Tuesday night.
Kendal Manuel was given the nickname “Showtime” by his Billings Skyview football teammates last fall.
Nickos Vlahos of Senior grabs an offensive rebound over Skyview's Payton Stott on Thursday.
Payton Stott of Skyview is defended by Senior's Joe Zimmer during play Thursday.
Payton Stott of Skyview hits a three-pointer at the buzzer to end the first half against Senior on Thursday.
If confidence is derived from previous success, Skyview’s demeanor walking onto the court at West’s Golden Dome on Tuesday seemed downright fearless.
Central's Jacob Hadley drives into the lane against Payton Stott of Skyview during the first half Thursday.
A senior class led by Daine Muller and Matt Fuhrman lifted Billings Skyview to new heights in boys basketball a year ago — a school record for wins in a season (20) and the best-ever finish (third) at the State AA tournament.
Dylan Daniels scored 19 points and Reed Ritterbusch scored 15 Saturday afternoon to lead Sheridan, Wyo., to a non-conference win over Billings Skyview at the Skyview gym.
The following is a capsule look at the Class AA and A state golf tournaments, which get underway this week: