Two decades of lopsided wins and dominant performances give Montana the upper hand — and a heavy swagger — on North Dakota in their annual all-star football clash.
MILES CITY -- Having been to a few of these summer all-star practices over the past few years, I'm always amazed out how quickly the teams seem to come together. This year's Montana football team for the annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl is no different.
Montana all-stars Will Weyer of Bozeman, Trevor Hopf of Billings Skyview and Ben Herzog of Miles City talk about the week of preparation for Saturday's Badlands Bowl against the North Dakota all-stars.
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.
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.
BUTTE -- Trevor Hopf and Jalen Whitley of Billings Skyview have signed letters of intent to join the football program at Montana Tech, Oredigger coach Chuck Morrell has announced.
BOZEMAN — The memory of Jake Dennehy’s 46-yard, championship-winning field goal in last year’s state title game is what drives the Bozeman Hawks.
When it mattered the most, Billings Skyview was at its best.
For the past three seasons, it hasn’t been easy to get past No. 76 on the Billings Skyview defense.
Skyview’s Trevor Hopf, left, and Reece Quade are among the leading tacklers in Falcons’ football history.
Another day, another four-touchdown performance from Billings Skyview senior fullback Alex Picicci.
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.
Billings Skyview track athletes Shealynn Wacaser, Hailey Copinga, Trevor Hopf, and Kyle Romero talk about the Falcons' boys and girls teams and preview the upcoming season.
The Billings West defense did everything it could to contain Billings Skyview running backs Drake Schafer and Alex Picicci, who had helped the Falcons pile up more than 1,100 rushing yards in the previous two games.
Daine Muller scored two touchdowns for Billings Skyview, and the Falcons' defense held down the Billings West offense in a 24-7 win. With the win, Skyview swept the city opponents and clinched. Both teams have clinched playoff berths.
After being thrown into the fire last year, the Billings Skyview Falcons are looking to turn up the heat on their opponents this season.