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As Gazette readers know all too well, I’ve struggled to write sentences many times over the last 15 years.
Joe Sawatzke wanted to compete in both singles and doubles at the State AA tournament during his high school career.
Barclay Fagg is not cocky by any means. Or even overconfident.
Yellowstone County Commission Board Chairman Jim Reno declared "we're back in the football business" on Tuesday morning.
One of the giants of Montana high school basketball is stepping aside.
It's not every day that you get to hang out with the father of two Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks and still make it to work on time.
As the coach of the six-time defending league champion Helena Bighorns, Scott Cunningham knows a thing or two about hard work.
From joyous to nervous to joyous again.
Kendal Manuel is a man of his word.
Kendal Manuel and Tre’von Strong took the direct route to a home playoff game Tuesday afternoon.
Too much Matt Wyman and too many turnovers added up to a tough loss for Billings Senior on Monday night.
A pack of Wolves is hoping to pack Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark next spring. And they’ll be led by a familiar face that once helped the Billings Outlaws do just that.
It was Kooper Kidgell’s night, but in the end it was Joe Zimmer’s moment.
Brothers Brandon, Matt and Luke Weber have set numerous records for the Forsyth High School wrestling program.
Jenna Marsh has set the bar very high.
Too much Jared Samuelson in the beginning and not enough time at the end added up to a tough loss for Billings Skyview on Tuesday night.
Tres Tinkle of Missoula Hellgate is widely recognized as the best player among the juniors in Montana boys prep basketball.
Danny Betcher knows how to celebrate a birthday.
Kendal Manuel was given the nickname “Showtime” by his Billings Skyview football teammates last fall.
Billings West faced two challenges on Saturday. One from the previously unbeaten Bozeman Hawks, and one from their coach.
The Billings West gym went pitch black for a few minutes at halftime Thursday night as the “High Voltage” dance team did part of its performance in the dark.
It’s hard to tell who's happier about Kooper Kidgell being a member of the Billings Senior boys basketball team, Kidgell or his Bronc teammates.
Winter is about to get a lot warmer for Billings youth baseball and softball players.
Bullying is not cool.
The most incredible shot of the day didn’t even count.
One thing has not changed for Michael Walz since his first stint as a high school swim coach.
Billings West coach Doug Robison likes what he sees on his roster. He’s just not sure exactly what it is yet.
Billings Senior won’t begin the boys basketball season with many familiar names in the lineup.
Inexperienced but athletic.
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.
Pat Hansen knows it won’t be easy to get through the Eastern A and into the State A boys basketball tournament.
J.D. Ferris and the Dillon Beavers picked a really good time to be at their best.
Billings Central and Dillon can’t seem to stop running into each other. And they wouldn’t have it any other way.
Both Baker and Missoula Loyola have numbers on their mind Saturday.
A conversation with Jim Stanton got Casey McMillan thinking. And thinking. And thinking.
Billings Central found out a few things about itself Saturday on the way to tying a state record.
Glasgow coach Greg Liebelt is confident that his Scotties are a better football team than they showed in their first meeting with Baker this season.
When it mattered the most, Billings Skyview was at its best.
Helena Capital finished the first half Friday night with no points, but a whole lot of motivation.
Not even the Bozeman Hawks can stop the Bozeman Hawks.
Central vs. Laurel.
For the past three seasons, it hasn’t been easy to get past No. 76 on the Billings Skyview defense.
The lineup can’t get much better. And neither can the reason for having it.
Once the top priority of the night was achieved, Tyller Cortez and the rest of the Billings Senior defense got greedy.
Sean Ward can’t get much closer to the action.
The record is perfect, but the Helena Capital Bruins want more.
At 5-foot-9 and 185 pounds, Matthew Martinez-Tillman has some broad shoulders.
After running over and through the Billings Senior defense like a runaway truck Friday night, Hunter Gappmayer finished his night with a fitting comment.
The Wibaux Longhorns are back.