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LAUREL – As a tight end in Laurel’s run-heavy offense, Kaden Ventling doesn’t get many opportunities to touch the football.
Billings Senior offered a glimpse into the future Friday night.
Season openers are nothing new for Ron Lebsock and Paul Klaboe.
Ty Mogan was a kid going nowhere.
With Makena Morley and Christina Aragon, it’s not a question of “What if?”
The envelope was addressed to Justin Miller.
“It’s the broncs and the blood, it’s the steers and the mud and they call the thing rodeo.”
When Clay Tryan and his horse backed into the box back in 2000, he was a young man just starting his professional rodeo career.
Add it and they will come.
Most were surreptitious, mixing in among the gathered crowd, their presence given away only by a quick flash of light.
Jalen Garcia knew.
A cowboy, or a cowgirl, can make a pretty good living team roping.
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.
A smile, a happy nod of the head. The majority of the time, that’s the most you’ll get from Jessica Sharbono.
Liz King is not one to boast.
BUTTE — Up and down, that’s how Marlow Schulz has spent her state track meets.
BUTTE — Tucker Yates was close, but he needed some motivational help.
BUTTE -- As Garrett Frieling went to put away his equipment, he turned to classmate Rachael Buzanowski, who was standing nearby.
BUTTE — He won the state title on the first throw.
LAUREL — Ayla Grandpre sees similarities between science and softball.
LAUREL — Pity the second Eastern A Divisional softball tournament.
Ashley Davis stood at second base, waiting for directions.
Shealynn Wacaser’s javelin has been stuck in a holding pattern.
Mike Quesenberry is big.
Amanda Todd’s career as a college infielder lasted all of about 15 seconds.
Brody Miller can hit.
Bret Bitow could have been excused if he paused before returning to the field between innings.
Dakota Louis was competing at his first Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series event this weekend in Billings.
For the past five weeks, it’s been all or nothing for Cody Nance.
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.
Gretchen Benbenek has a lot of reasons for being excited about her first trip to the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Guthrie, Okla.
Hitting, that was fairly easy. No problems there.
There were no loud whoops, no chest bumps in celebration.
The Montana State University Billings women’s basketball team has been in this spot before.
The anticipation was almost tougher than any game.
Pharmacy school’s loss is Billings Central’s gain.
They won the regular-season title, just like the league coaches said they would.
Chelsea Banis wanted pictures.
During a two-week span in February, the Montana State Billings men’s basketball team proved it can win against the top teams in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
The Montana State Billings women’s basketball team wasn’t going to sit back and wait for somebody to hand them a conference title.
Kevin Woodin wasn’t sure if he heard good news or bad news.
WORDEN — Makenzie Wasson had only one thought as she stepped to the free throw line with four seconds remaining in the game.
Jamie Stevens likes to joke with Kalob Hatcher that the senior is the second-best passer in the history of the program.
Austin Hudson is a burly, bearded junior center who stands 6-foot-7 and weighs 225 pounds.
Chip Saylor does a lot of thinking about basketball.
In the big picture, the game was meaningless.
A slight breeze or a turn of the shoulder could have changed everything.
They were looking for separation.