Senior running back Riley Barta swept to the outside and was off to the races for a 92-yard touchdown run with 10:26 on the clock in the first quarter.
The Billings Skyview secondary will be plenty busy as the Falcons host Butte in a rare Class AA football game on Thursday at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.
Late in the first quarter, Billings Skyview led Billings West 14-7.
Andrew Grinde led and Karl Tucker II followed.
BOZEMAN — Taylor Trollope caught a touchdown pass from Logan Nelson in the third quarter, and Billings Skyview beat defending Class AA state champion Bozeman 21-17 on Friday at Van Winkle Stadium.
Billings Skyview seniors Taylor Trollope, Kyle Reitler and Riley Barta preview the Falcons' 2014 football season, emphasizing their high expectations for the defense.
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.
Some people break records and bask in it. Others, like Billings Senior’s Morgan Sulser, aren’t satisfied.
Billings West pole vaulter Mika Robinson and Billings Skyview hurdler Taylor Trollope talk about their events and teams at the Billings Public Schools Invitational track and field meet.
Billings Skyview's Taylor Trollope, Drake Schafer, Keegan Day and Haley Gellner preview the Falcons' 2014 boys and girls track and field seasons.
A senior class led by Daine Muller and Matt Fuhrman lifted Billings Skyview to new heights in boys basketball a year ago — a school record for wins in a season (20) and the best-ever finish (third) at the State AA tournament.
GREAT FALLS -- Great Falls CMR took the lead with a touchdown and two-point conversion with 3:57 to play Friday night and beat Billings Skyview 25-24 in Class AA football.
KALISPELL -- Alex Picicci and Riley Barta combined for 346 rushing yards and four touchdowns Friday night as Billings Skyview raced past Kalispell Flathead 44-13 in Class AA football.
For the past 28 seasons, it’s been all about the offensive line and the ground game for coach Ron Lebsock’s Billings Skyview teams.
Clearly, speed is more important than experience on the track.