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Rashawn Kroll finally got a seat at the Pick-6 party.
By game time, Mike Ludwig should be able to breath.
Ty O’Connor is a respected rancher now. He and his wife, Rachael, have raised five children on the family place outside of Ekalaka.
WORDEN – Guy Croy is a coach who keeps his promise.
Connor Gaughan felt the football ricochet off his shin.
Holden Ryan makes it look easy.
David Allen has never ridden a bull and rarely wears a cowboy hat.
Cort Scheer did not have to be in Billings on Saturday night.
Have an issue with the roof?
A cowboy hat can hide the hair — or lack thereof.
Tyrell Smith was never really that far away from rodeo.
Former world champions Brittany Pozzi and Lindsay Sears are among the 134 entries for The American barrel racing qualifier on Sunday.
It took exactly nine minutes and seven seconds for the Billings Central football team to make a statement.
Tess Thomas played against Twin Bridges and Lima on Friday.
Late in the first quarter, Billings Skyview led Billings West 14-7.
The block went up and the ball went down. An exuberant Ruby Kallenbach turned to celebrate with her teammates.
Andrew Grinde led and Karl Tucker II followed.
Zach Wolff made up for lost time.
Elvis could always pack the place. Not Elvis Presley. Elvis Old Bull.
Michael Buster was walking down the hallway to class when he stopped and asked Brenda Burch a question.
Billings Central attempted a pass on its first offensive play.
Kendal Manuel scored on Billings Skyview’s first defensive play of the game, returning an interception 25 yards for a touchdown.
Butte wasn’t thinking touchdown on its final possession.
The shoes, the ones that made that distinctive clacking sound, gone.
She heard them. She heard the critics, the verbal jabs wrapped in a smile.
As students streamed on to the field to celebrate with the football team, Billings West coach Paul Klaboe slowly made his way toward the north end zone.
BrieAnna Geck described the last couple of days as “surreal.”
There are nights when Nolan Timmons needs a little self-nudge to start his homework.
When Clay Tryan and his horse backed into the box back in 2000, he was a young man just starting his professional rodeo career.
The game was long over but Gordon Sveinson still had some work to do.
With more than 30 PRCA- and WPRA-sanctioned events scattered across the United States and Canada this week, professional rodeo cowboys and cowgirls have plenty of entry options.
Bret Bitow could have been excused if he paused before returning to the field between innings.
J.W. Harris and Guytin Tsosie are on opposite sides of the bull riding spectrum.
The best athlete in the Professional Bull Riders has never worn a cowboy hat, has yet to find a pair of blue jeans that fit just right and would have to double the order if considering purchasing cowboy boots.
The Montana State University Billings women’s basketball team has been in this spot before.
The anticipation was almost tougher than any game.
They won the regular-season title, just like the league coaches said they would.
The Montana State Billings women’s basketball team wasn’t going to sit back and wait for somebody to hand them a conference title.
Scooter isn’t making a political statement when he enters the arena.
The 3-pointers were pretty.
His wife was scared and worried.
LAS VEGAS — Cody Ohl has fond memories of the PRCA NILE rodeo in Billings In October of 1997, just 24, the Texas cowboy offered fans in Billings a seven-second glimpse of his rodeo future.
Jason Miller is ready.
As July turned into August, Dustin Bird was on the outside looking in.
Clay Tryan had a relatively quiet Thanksgiving, celebrating with family and a few friends.
Annie Cooke was going to play.
She could have let her pass.
Lisa Lockhart isn’t big on saying sorry.
During a visit to Bozeman earlier this fall, Parker Breding discovered a harsh reality about himself.