GREAT FALLS -- The Billings Royals swept a doubleheader from the Great Falls Chargers on Tuesday. The games, which the Royals won 8-3 and 17-16, were both non-conference.
Give Beau Thomas the chance to swing the bat and he can deliver. He’s proven it so far this season, albeit in a limited number of plate appearances.
MISSOULA -- Wyatt Summers tossed a one-hitter and teammate Austin Vogel belted four doubles on Thursday night as the Billings Royals blanked the Spokane 49ers 13-0 in American Legion baseball.
Bozeman scored eight runs in the top of the ninth inning to negate an eight-run eighth by the Billings Royals to win 18-15 in a slugfest at Dehler Park on Wednesday night.
The Billings Royals split a non-conference doubleheader with Class A Laurel on Monday at Dehler Park, losing the opener 7-3 and winning the second game 10-2.
What a way to end a game.
It took a little late-inning magic for the Billings Scarlets to again get the best of the Billings Royals on Friday.
The Billings American Legion Baseball coaching staffs will certainly be happy to see Nate Lamberty and the Bozeman Bucks leave town.
What a difference a few days -- and some good fortune -- can make.
The Royals got their offense going at an opportune time Tuesday night -- before a steady rain rolled through Dehler Park and put an end to their matchup with Class AA foe Helena.
Shawn Murphy is hoping familiar faces will produce a familiar outcome.
MISSOULA -- Pete Lind fired a three-hitter to lead the Billings Royals to a 14-1 victory over the Missoula Mavericks in the second game of an American Legion baseball doubleheader here Sunday.
MISSOULA -- The Missoula Mavericks scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning of the second game to earn a sweep of the Billings Royals in American Legion baseball on Saturday.
D.J. Baxter and Colben McGuire matched each other pitch for pitch in the opening round of the Class AA Northwest Regional Legion baseball tournament.
Billings Scarlets left fielder Ian Byorth told head coach Adam Hust all he wanted was a second chance.
What a difference a week can make.
Shawn Murphy has coached high school and club baseball teams in Texas for the past 14 years. But his most talented team can be found right here in Billings.