The 2014 season started last weekend with a full slate of games. There were some great games, too, with some big-time performances from individual athletes.
Kalispell Glacier played in the State AA championship last year and fell to Bozeman 24-14.
Scott Sparks announced his resignation as the athletic director at Denton High School after 10 years on the job on Sunday.
Westby-Grenora coach Troy Walters said there are two 6-Man coaching “gurus” that other coaches respect and try to emulate. Those two coaches meet up Saturday in Highwood when Rod Tweet’s Geraldine-Highwood Rivals welcome in Scott Sparks and his Denton-Geyser-Stanford Bearcats.
It's North versus East in the Class 6-Man football playoff semifinals.
Attending 6-Man football games – especially my first 6-Man game of the season – is always an interesting transition for me. The game is so different from 11-man football that it takes me a few series to get back into the swing of things.
The new co-op between Denton, Stanford and Geyser doesn’t have a team nickname yet. As of the beginning of August, they were still trying to decide the order in which the towns would display on the programs.
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.
The last time we saw the Denton Trojans on the field Cole Jelinek was running wild against Savage in the Class C 6-Man championship game. In that game, Jelinek rushed for 405 yards and seven touchdowns. Oh, and he also caught a touchdown and threw for another one.
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HIGHWOOD -- The annual 6-Man All-Star football game is set for 7 p.m. Saturday here.
The rainfall in Billings Friday that was forecast to continue into the weekend caused the cancellation of the Class AA and Class A Legion baseball tournaments.
Denton's Cole Jelinek, who played a variety of positions in helping the Trojans capture back-to-back state 6-Man football championships, has signed a letter of intent with Rocky Mountain College's football program.
Billings West golf coach Rob Bazant and Huntley Project volleyball coach Iona Stookey were named as fall sports coaches of the year in their respective sport and classification by the Montana Coaches Association.
The Denton Trojans and Savage Warriors aren't very close geographically. That hasn't prevented the two squads from becoming very familiar with one another.
Cole Jelinek scored five touchdowns and ran for 129 yards as Denton won its 31st consecutive regular season game by beating Fromberg-Roberts 60-0. The Trojans clinched home-field advantage throughout the Class C 6-Man playoffs.
Its been nearly 700 days -- 698 to be exact -- since the Denton Trojans last lost a football game, and Cole Jelinek wasn't about to let that change on Wednesday afternoon at Wendy's Field in Fromberg.
Denton’s move from Class C 8-Man football to the 6-Man ranks was reluctant, to say the least.
SAVAGE -- Denton lived up to the billing and has the hardware to prove it.
No. 1 and No. 2 in the Montana 6-Man football ranks will knock heads Saturday afternoon to decide who the real No. 1 is.