BELGRADE – Taylor Mims had 22 kills, 16 digs, seven blocks and five aces as Billings Senior opened its volleyball season with a four-set win over Belgrade.
Taylor Mims is accustomed to standing out. It’s been that way for a while, ever since she remembers shooting up in height in sixth grade, back when she and Lizzy King would frequently measure to see who was taller.
Repeat champions? Volleyball has plenty of them.
Billings Senior seniors Taylor Mims, Lizzy King and Emily Orvis talk about the Broncs' 2014 volleyball season. The Broncs have won the past two Class AA state championships.
The Billings Senior volleyball team was named a recipient of the American Volleyball Coaches Association team academic award, one of 227 high school teams around the country to be so honored.
GREAT FALLS — Morgan Sulser oozes greatness on the track. But Billings Senior teammate Taylor Mims sees something more.
GREAT FALLS — Damien White thought it would take a jump of 22 feet to win the Class AA boys long jump Friday at the state track and field meet at Memorial Stadium.
The 2014 state track and field meets have some big footsteps to follow.
Morgan Sulser was already over the first hurdle when the starter’s gun fired a second time.
Shealynn Wacaser’s javelin has been stuck in a holding pattern.
The 2014 track and field postseason has arrived. District track meets for Class B and C athletes are underway, divisional meets are next week and state the week after.
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.
Senior’s Taylor Mims, who won the high jump at the Billings Invitational on April 18, enters the Midland Roundtable Top 10 meet with the top mark in the high jump at 5-7.
The Billings Senior girls track and field team got another win at the Border Wars meet in Sheridan, Wyoming on Tuesday.
Darren Hecker acknowledges that distance runners are cut from a different cloth. Some of them run out of enjoyment, others out of necessity. For Hecker, it's a bit of both.
Some people break records and bask in it. Others, like Billings Senior’s Morgan Sulser, aren’t satisfied.
The calendar tells us the First Day of Spring was March 20, so we’ve officially turned the page to the “spring” sports season.
(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…
Paige Vinger let the word draw out.