With her 10-month-old daughter Lily in her arms and another first-place medal around her neck, Lois Ricardi Keller relished her Montana Mile comeback Friday at Daylis Stadium.
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.
Billings West's Erin Schreibeis, Taylor Grove, Logan Laird and Mark Hovland preview the Bears' 2014 boys and girls track and field seasons.
(Editor's note: Jeff Hedstrom is a representative at montanatrack.com, an online resource for Montana high school track and field results, records, etc. Jeff is compiling previews and will publish them on the gazprepsports.com blog. While we're confident in Jeff's research, if you see a mist…
Laurel junior Tyler Mogan began this cross country season just as he did last season. With a win.
It had been 10 years since Lyle Weese last took on the Montana Mile. But he found himself in the same position Friday as he did a decade earlier: In first place.
BOZEMAN — Nick Jackson didn’t like his chances of winning. Taylor Mims didn’t even like her chances of being able to compete.
Clearly, speed is more important than experience on the track.
“To the mail box.”