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Billings Central junior Jenna Marsh is featured in the “Faces In The Crowd” section in the Feb. 25 issue of Sports Illustrated.
When Heidi Armstrong was in fourth grade she had somebody special to present for show and tell: her aunt.
Sunday marked the 100-year anniversary of the sinking of RMS Titanic, a passenger ship that was said to be unsinkable. It was a disaster of epic proportions, but would have been prevented if not for the gall and arrogance of her captain and other egotistical morons on board. In the end, 1,51…
Rocky Mountain College might be No. 2 in the United States Collegiate Ski Association men’s preseason rankings, but the Battlin’ Bears are still No. 1 nationally in the eyes of head coach Jerry Wolf.
EUGENE, Ore. -- State champion Brandon McIver of Billings West has signed a letter of intent to join the golf program at the University of Oregon in the fall, Ducks head coach Casey Martin has announced.
Billings West golfer Brandon McIver will be featured in Sports Illustrated's Faces in the Crowd section in the upcoming Oct. 31 issue.
Billings West senior soccer player Danielle Muri is one of six athletes featured in Sports Illustrated magazine’s latest installment of Faces in the Crowd.
The ongoing flap between Griz coach Bobby Hauck and UM's student newspaper won't seem to die down.
In what is sure to create lots of debate on this blog, Sports Illustrated recently completed a project to find the best high school athletic programs in the country for the 2007-08 school year. The top national award went to Punahou, a school in Honolulu, Hawaii that won 16 state titles thi…
I don't always look at the "Faces in the Crowd" feature in Sports Illustrated, but we recently had a Montana entrant featured in Bozeman High junior Kirsten Tilleman, who was in the April 30 edition. Tilleman was recognized for her success in basketball, soccer and track and field.