Is it time for AA football to make some changes?

Is it time for AA football to make some changes?

Billings West's James Oblander (17) runs in heavy traffic in the Bears' game with Missoula Big Sky in Billings last season. Under a new Class AA football proposal, this would have likely been a non-conference game.

The Class AA football landscape has long been discussed, and nothing has really changed.

Currently — and for the foreseeable future — there are 14 teams that each play 10 regular-season games. All of those games are conference games to determine the eight playoff teams.

It’s pretty simple, but the Montana High School Association is apparently going to hear another proposal to alter the existing landscape. The new proposal suggests aligning the class into two seven-team conferences, presumptively using the same model as basketball.

Eight games would be counted towards playoff seeding, leaving the schools the option of playing out-of-state games for their other two regular-season games. Some prep football fans are making a small push to get Montana’s largest classification to play teams from neighboring states.

The thought is that would raise the level of competition, while bringing exposure and excitement to Montana high school football.

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Weyer, Dawson continue to develop all-star chemistry

During Montana’s lackluster offensive performance in the Badlands Bowl against North Dakota, Eric Dawson shined as one of the bright spots.

Dawson, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound tight end from Great Falls CMR who is going to Carroll College to play linebacker, finished the game catching six passes for 103 yards and the game’s first touchdown. He built a strong chemistry with Bozeman quarterback Will Weyer that was evident that game, and it's continued to the East team’s practice for Saturday’s East-West Shrine Game in Laurel.

“Eric’s the man,” Weyer said. “He’s an unreal tight end. He’s kind of our go-to guy. I can pretty much throw the ball up to him, and he’ll go get it.”

There were a couple plays like that at the Badlands Bowl in Dickinson, N.D., and Weyer has an obvious comfort level with Dawson. On one possession at a Tuesday practice, Weyer, who will play college football at Montana, completed three passes. Two of those went to Dawson.

“It’s nice to have somebody that can give you the ball when you’re open,” Dawson said. “And even when you’re not, he’ll put the ball up and let you make a play.”

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Jared Samuelson picks up offer from Montana

Jared Samuelson picks up offer from Montana

Jared Samuelson of West rises up to dunk in front of Jameson Willems of Skyview during the first half on Feb. 4, 2014.

Jared Samuelson, a 6-foot-7 senior-to-be at Billings West, picked up a scholarship offer to play college basketball at the University of Montana.

It’s the first offer from a Division I school for Samuelson, who also currently holds an offer from Division II Montana State Billings.

“I just feel blessed for both of the offers I’ve received,” Samuelson said.

Samuelson’s AAU team, Anthony Davis Select, just wrapped up a tournament in Seattle. They lost in the semifinals to the eventual champion.

Samuelson said he was also contacted by Seattle University, Columbia (N.Y) University and Santa Clara (Calif.) University following that tournament. He’s received phone calls and text messages from Air Force, Boise State, Denver, Idaho, Mary (N.D.), Montana State and Wyoming, as well.

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West's Betcher attracting Division I attention

It’s hard to make sense of the NCAA recruiting rules, but basketball coaches are entering into the first of three “evaluation periods” in July.

The first evaluation period is a five-day stretch beginning Wednesday afternoon. Tres Tinkle of Missoula Hellgate, Jared Samuelson of Billings West and Kendal Manuel of Billings Skyview are hoping to catch the attention of more Division I coaches during that time, as we’ve already chronicled.

Another West standout, Danny Betcher, is hoping to build off of earlier contact with the programs at Austin Peay (Tennessee), Portland State, Purdue, Texas A&M Corpus Christi and Washington State.

“I just want to keep working hard,” the senior-to-be said. “I’m hoping that colleges will be interested; I’ll do everything I can to make it that way. I’m hoping to have an offer or two on the table by (high school) basketball.”

Betcher plays on the Montana Hoops AAU team, which includes athletes from around the state. Other players on the team are Tyler Thompson of Laurel, Adam Huse of Bozeman, Henry Garrett of Helena, Mark Lebsock of Hellgate and Matt Wyman and Lukas Vining of Great Falls.

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Montana all-stars keep mood light ahead of Badlands Bowl

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.

There was plenty of joking and laughing at Wednesday's practice -- including from head coach Troy Purcell of Bozeman. Purcell had linemen Thomas Bear Robe of Billings Skyview and Jack Hape (I think) of Bozeman fielding punts during one drill. The players got a good laugh of the big fellas chasing down stray footballs.

That's just one example of how the coaches and players are keeping the mood light as they prepare for Saturday's game in Dickinson, N.D. against the North Dakota all-stars.

Montana has a 15-5 edge in the series, winning the last three games.

The Montana players know they're expected to win this game, and Miles City's Ben Herzog, who will play his college football at Dickinson State, said the team takes pride in the opportunity to continue the head-to-head success. Herzog will line up mostly at safety, but he's been playing some cornerback in practice and is the emergency backup quarterback to Will Weyer of Bozeman.

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Where is Montana's best high school football field?

What makes a football field great? Or, even more simply, what makes one field superior to another?

After all, the architecture is similar from one to the next, with the biggest differences coming in the surroundings. Montana is home to some great gridiron venues, so – as we did with the basketball gyms last summer – we’re going to go on a quest for the best.

It’s an impossible task, really, but it’s one I greatly enjoyed while traveling across Big Sky country to tour the old basketball courts at Shelby and Anaconda and the new ones at Manhattan Christian and Belgrade last summer. I ultimately gave Billings West’s “Golden Dome” the No. 1 ranking, but that recognition could have easily gone to any of the dozen or so gyms I visited. All were and are awesome in their own way.

So, starting this week, I’m touring some of the best high school football fields Montana has to offer. I’ll eventually figure out how to rank them. For now, though, it’s all just going to be an educational experience for me.

I have 10 stops planned over the next two weeks. I have another two or three or six I plan on visiting once we get into July. However, very few of my destinations are set in stone, and I’m always willing to add a detour to my trip to survey another unique field.

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Tres Tinkle ranked No. 46 player in the country by ESPN

Tres Tinkle ranked No. 46 player in the country by ESPN

Missoula Hellgate's Tres Tinkle (3) shoots as Helena Capital's Carson Dummer (42) defends in Montana AA state tournament championship action in Billings, Montana, Saturday, March 15, 2014.

It’s already been a whirlwind, headline-worthy spring for the Tinkle family.

They captured another one when ESPN.com released its updated list of 2015 college basketball recruits. Tres Tinkle, who just wrapped up his junior year of high school at Missoula Hellgate, appeared on the list at No. 46.

For a spring that’s already featured its share of accolades for the smooth 6-foot-7 lefty, this might be the biggest one. ESPN is the first major recruiting outlet to place Tinkle in the top 50, making him the highest ranked Montanan since ESPN began ranking recruits in 2007.

Tinkle is the son of former Montana basketball coach Wayne Tinkle. Wayne recently accepted the head coaching position at Oregon State, which has led many to speculate that Tres will don the Beavers’ orange and black when he makes his college decision. But Josh Gershon at scout.com caught up with Tres in May, who then said he still plans on going through the recruiting process.

In the more immediate future, though, is the question of where Tres will finish his high school career. If he elects to finish out at Hellgate, the Knights will likely be the preseason favorite to win the State AA championship.

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Corvallis girls chasing fourth straight Class A team title

Corvallis girls chasing fourth straight Class A team title

Jane Booth of Corvallis clear the bar while competing in the high jump at the State A track meet on May 24, 2013 in Laurel. Booth won the title.

Corvallis left no doubt in winning the 2013 Class A girls team track and field title. The Blue Devils cruised to 185 ½ points, more than tripling second-place Sidney’s output of 60 ½.

The Blue Devils have won the past three titles, and a fourth appears to be on its way this weekend when the State A meet concludes in Butte.

The montanatrack.com state projections have Corvallis finishing with 141 points, compared to 72 for second-place Belgrade. Despite Lakyn Connors graduating last spring, Corvallis still fields a loaded squad.

Sadi Henderson is chasing top-two finishes in four events (100, 200, 400 and 800); Isabella Pape and Kaycie Stewart are the favorites to finish 1-2 in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs; and Katelyn Frost could add podiums in three events, including pole vault.

If Frost wins the pole vault – she is tied for the best jump in the state this year at 11 feet, 6 inches – it would mark the first state meet in eight years where a Sidney vaulter didn’t grab top honors.

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Close boys race on tap at State AA track

Close boys race on tap at State AA track

Skyview High School's Riley Barta, left, and Taylor Trollope, right, compete in the varsity boy's 110m hurdles during the city track meet between Billings West, Billings Senior and Skyview on May 15 at Billings Senior High School.

For as little intrigue as there is in the Class AA girls team race, the boys teams more than make up for it. The Billings Senior girls are the heavy favorites as they chase their fifth consecutive team title, but the boys trophies seem to be completely up for grabs.

“On the boys side, it’s probably one of the closest races through and through that it’s been in a long time,” said Billings Skyview coach Larry Newell. “I really like our chances to be up there on the boys side.”

If you look at the montanatrack.com state projections, you can easily see where Newell is coming from. Ten of the 14 teams are projected to score between 30 and 73 points.

Helena sits at the top of those projections, thanks in large part to expected contributions from Kyle Cochran, Josh Barrows, Jeremiah Coon and Aidan Reed on the track. Barrows has Class AA’s fastest time in the 800-meter run this season to go along with top-four times in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles.

“It’s going to be interesting to see if some of these kids that qualified in different combinations, if they can perform at that state level in those different events,” Newell said, noting that coaches sometimes too easily expect kids to transition from one event to another.

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Kimmel column: Things I think I think - State track

Kimmel column: Things I think I think - State track

Whitefish's Marlow Schulz (center) is trying to become a four-time champion in the Class A girls 100-meter dash. Schulz is also the two-time defending champion in the 200 and 400.

The 2014 state track and field meets have some big footsteps to follow.

At last year’s State AA and B meets in Bozeman, five all-class records fell, making that Saturday one of the best days in Montana’s track and field history. While it’s unlikely athletes break as many records this year, there are plenty of standards that will have to sweat this weekend’s meets.

Class AA and C athletes will be competing in Great Falls at Memorial Stadium, while A and B competitors will be at Bulldog Memorial Stadium in Butte.

The forecasts for both cities look OK (there’s a small chance of rain at both, but that’s acceptable), so conditions will be ripe for fast times, explosive jumps and mammoth throws.

Things I think I think

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Kimmel column: What to watch at B-C divisional track

Kimmel column: What to watch at B-C divisional track

Colstrip’s Tucker Yates, who has the best shot put throw in Montana this season, will compete against Jeff Fisher of Baker and Tanner Miller of Huntley Project at Thursday’s Southern B divisional track meet in Laurel.

At various points this season, three Southern B throwers have held Montana’s best mark in the shot put.

Tanner Miller of Huntley Project had it first. His throw of 53 feet, ½ inch at the Manhattan Invitational in Bozeman was the best mark in mid-April.

Then Baker’s Jeff Fisher uncorked a heave of 54-7 at the Eastern Montana Top 10 in Glasgow two weeks ago to take over the top spot.

And now two-time defending state champion Tucker Yates of Colstrip is back atop the deep list after recording a 57-10 throw at the District 3B meet last week. Yates has been working his way back from a shoulder injury suffered during wrestling season.

Yates, Fisher and Miller have the top three marks in all of Class B, and they’ll showcase their talents in a head-to-head-to-head battle at Thursday’s Southern B divisional track meet in Laurel.

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Guest column: Western Montana track and field athletes that caught my eye

Guest column: Western Montana track and field athletes that caught my eye

Butte's Dalton Daum wins the 100 at the Skyview triangular track meet in Billings Friday April 11, 2014.

(Editor's note: Jeff Hedstrom is a contributor at montanatrack.com. He compiles the weekly elite track and field lists, which are posted on gazprepsports.com. Below, Hedstrom highlights some of the top track and field athletes from western Montana. For an eastern Montana slant, click here.)

As we begin the postseason this week for Class B and C with districts meets, here are five athletes that have caught my eye and should have the biggest impact in the postseason.

• Butte's Dalton Daum was in the shadow of Alex Mustard in the offseason. With Mustard getting sick before the season, though, Daum stepped up in a big way and has led the field throughout the season (10.66 seconds in the 100). Look for him and Mustard to turn up the heat in a couple weeks and battle in both the 100- and 200-meter dashes.

• Silas Hasselbrook of Missoula Loyola finally has the spotlight after being in the shadows of many great Class B hurdlers in the past two years. He leads the class in both the 110- (14.97) and 300-meter hurdles (40.77) and is among the best in the state regardless of class. Hasselbrook's impact on the relays may ultimately determine if Loyola comes home with a team trophy at state.

• Hailey Phillips of Plains has the second best 300-meter hurdle time in the state (44.93), well on her way to making her postseason impact against her competition beginning this week. Phillips has a huge impact on Plains being one of the best Class B teams, as they should come back with the team championship.

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Kimmel column: Noteworthy results from the Eastern Montana Top 10

Kimmel column: Noteworthy results from the Eastern Montana Top 10

Jeff Fisher of Baker throws the shot put 54 feet, 7 inches at the Eastern Montana Top 10 meet in Glasgow on March 6, 2014. Baker's throw is the best in Montana this season.

After rain canceled Tuesday’s Midland Roundtable Top 10 meet in Laurel, the disappointment was evident.

Not only were the athletes obviously disappointed, but fans and media members across the state expressed their frustration, too. Mother Nature won again.

The Top 10 meets are annually some of the most hyped meets of the season -- probably second only to the state meets. While the Top 10 meet for southeastern Montana got canceled, three of the other meets were able to run.

The Western Montana Top 10 meet ran last week, and the Cascade Top 8 was last Saturday in Great Falls.

On Tuesday, eastern Montana was able to get in its Top 10 in Glasgow.

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Darragh's hiring draws support from coaching peers

One down, one to go.

That’s where we stand after Billings West hired Kelly Darragh to replace Doug Robison as the Bears’ boys basketball head coach, leaving Billings Skyview as the only vacant position. Skyview is expected to announce its new head coach in the coming weeks, after Toby Hill resigned earlier in the spring

Personally, I don’t know Darragh, but I do know his name came up early in the process. He appeared to be the frontrunner to get the job all along, despite West reportedly receiving interest from some big names in Montana coaching circles.

Darragh’s hiring makes a ton of sense, though. The West basketball program has had success at all levels the past 10 years under Robison, with Darragh as an assistant, so promoting from within allowed and encouraged continued growth.

By accounts from Darragh’s coaching peers, the players will love playing for him, too, which is as important now as it’s ever been. Fellow Class AA coaches John Cislo at Great Falls CMR and Guy Almquist at Helena Capital, who both know Darragh from before he joined the West staff, went to social media to express their support for Darragh.

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Younger athletes fulfilling expectations for Senior girls track team

The Billings Senior girls track and field team got another win at the Border Wars meet in Sheridan, Wyoming on Tuesday.

They won five individual meets and two relays. In Wyoming, teams run a 3,200-meter relay in addition to the 400- and 1,600-meter relays. Senior won the two longer races.

But, like they did at the Billings Invite, the Broncs picked up points from a lot of second-place and lower finishes. Olivia Romei finished second in the 400, Jocelyn Elorriaga was third in the 800, and Hannah Nessan earned points in both the shot put and discus.

“In shot put and disc, we’ve got three girls – specifically Jace Henderson, Hannah Nessan and Madison Cicierski – that are right up there each meet, from first to fifth,” said first-year Broncs coach Jerry Weik. “Sometimes they’re 1-2-4. That’s been good there. They’re starting to come along.”

Senior entered the season as the favorite to win the State AA team title again. The Broncs have won the last four on the legs of their girls on the track. Morgan Sulser and Christina Aragon each won multiple events on the track last year. Taylor Mims added a first-place finish in the high jump.

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State track qualifying standards

As the end of April approaches, it’s good practice to refresh our minds of the qualifying standards for the state track meets. Class AA and A athletes can qualify for their respective state meets by hitting these marks before the divisional meets.

There are no qualifying standards for Class B and C athletes. They must first qualify at district meets for their respective divisional meets, and then the top marks from the divisional meets advance to state.

Here are the marks for those athletes in Class AA, as posted by the Montana High School Association:

GIRLS  EVENT  BOYS 
13.00  100  11.30 
26.70  200  22.80 
60.00  400  51.20 
2:24.00  800  2:03.00 
5:28.00  1600  4:34.00 
12:06.00  3200  10:04.00 
16.20  100/110 hurdles  15.50 
47.50  300 hurdles  40.40 
50.60  400 relay  43.80 
4:09.00  1600 relay  3:30.00 
16-6  Long jump  20-9 
34-6  Triple jump  42-3 
5-1  High jump  6-3 
10-0  Pole vault  13-6 
35-3  Shot put  49-0 
113-0  Discus  148-0 
118-0  Javelin  173-0 

And the qualifying standards for Class A:

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Three-division format seems like way to go for Class A

Things are potentially about to get interesting in Class A.

With Anaconda and Libby dropping to Class B in the fall of 2015, there will only be 20 schools in Class A. If nothing changes between now and then – though things assuredly will – here’s how the divisions will break down:

Northwestern A (four teams) – Columbia Falls, Frenchtown, Polson, Whitefish

Southwestern A (five teams) – Butte Central, Corvallis, Dillon, Hamilton, Stevensville

Central A (five teams) – Belgrade, Browning, Havre, Lewistown, Livingston

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Kimmel column: Class A faces uncertain future after Anaconda, Libby drop down

What does the future hold for Class A sports in Montana?

Right now, nobody really knows. After Anaconda and Libby followed the Montana High School Association’s recommendations to drop to Class B for the 2015-16 school year, Class A will be left with only 20 teams.

“There’s going to be some work ahead for us,” said Duane Walker, the Class A representative on the MHSA executive Board.

Walker, who is in his 13th year as the athletic director at Hardin, said the Class A meetings will take place in June. He expects there will be discussions about returning to three divisions – or even going to two – at that time. Any realignment proposals must be submitted to the MHSA by November.

There has been speculation that Ronan, which has a listed 2013-14 fall enrollment of 350 students, will be moving back up to Class A. That’s inaccurate.

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Hellgate's Tinkle already making noise on summer hoops circuit

Hellgate's Tinkle already making noise on summer hoops circuit

Missoula Hellgate's Tres Tinkle (3) drives as Helena Capital's Hunter Beto (23) defends in Montana State AA tournament championship action in Billings, Saturday, March 15, 2014.

Tres Tinkle is at it again. The 6-foot-7 Missoula Hellgate junior is already making waves playing spring basketball.

Tinkle attracted a lot of attention with his play on the AAU circuit last summer, so it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. On Tuesday, Joel Francisco of ESPN.com recognized Tinkle as the best player at Sunday’s Earl Watson Elite Scouts Camp in Colorado.

“(Tinkle) has a knack of finding ways to score at all three levels,” Francisco wrote, “and his ability to attack the basket is uncanny. He needs to polish his off hand while attacking, but he is a top-50 national recruit.”

That’s high praise for Tinkle, who averaged 21.1 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.35 blocks per game during the past regular season for Hellgate. Most scouting services have him ranked just outside the top 100 nationally, but he could definitely see those rankings improve with strong showings this summer.

Tinkle has received offers from Boston College, Southern California and Utah, while also drawing interest from California, Gonzaga, Colorado, Arizona State, Oregon State and Davidson according to Francisco’s ESPN.com post. Tinkle said he likely won’t take any visits until the fall, listing unofficial visits to Cal and USC as possibilities.

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Guest column: Class C track and field preview

Guest column: Class C track and field preview

Parker McCafferty of Belt wins the Class C 400-meter dash at the state track meet on May 24, 2013 in Laurel.

(Editor's note: Jeff Hedstrom is a representative at montanatrack.com, an online resource for Montana high school track and field results, records, etc. Jeff is compiling previews and will publish them on the gazprepsports.com blog. While we're confident in Jeff's research, if you see a mistake in any of his previews, please contact me at skimmel@billingsgazette.com.)

We continue our coverage of the 2014 track and field previews. Next we will analyze the team championship races and recognize the star athletes’ performances for the upcoming Class C season. This year we will see the best athletes compete at the AA-C state meet in Great Falls May 30 and 31.

Check out my weekly column coming in April, Elite Track & Field Lists, which will be published Wednesday of every week on www.gazprepsports.com. Also, check out www.montanatrack.com for the latest results and deep lists.

1. Charlo has won the past three State C boys championships. Are there any schools that could stop the 4-peat?

Though the team championship race may be a little closer in 2014, no school has the depth to knock off Charlo, led by Tyler Delaney, Kail Pope, Jacen Peterson and Connor Daugherty. Belt may have the best chance out of all the contending schools, but Parker McCafferty can only do so much. Other contenders for a trophy are Hot Springs, Westby-Grenora and Chinook.

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Is it time for AA football to make some changes?

Is it time for AA football to make some changes?

The Class AA football landscape has long been discussed, and nothing has really changed.

July 22, 2014 4:09 pmLoading…

Weyer, Dawson continue to develop all-star chemistry

Weyer, Dawson continue to develop all-star chemistry

During Montana’s lackluster offensive performance in the Badlands Bowl against North Dakota, Eric Dawson shined as one of the bright spots.

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Jared Samuelson picks up offer from Montana

Jared Samuelson picks up offer from Montana

Jared Samuelson, a 6-foot-7 senior-to-be at Billings West, picked up a scholarship offer to play college basketball at the University of Montana.

July 14, 2014 3:26 pmLoading…

West's Betcher attracting Division I attention

West's Betcher attracting Division I attention

It’s hard to make sense of the NCAA recruiting rules, but basketball coaches are entering into the first of three “evaluation periods” in July.

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Montana all-stars keep mood light ahead of Badlands Bowl

Montana all-stars keep mood light ahead of Badlands Bowl

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 see…

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Where is Montana's best high school football field?

What makes a football field great? Or, even more simply, what makes one field superior to another?

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Corvallis girls chasing fourth straight Class A team title

Corvallis girls chasing fourth straight Class A team title

Corvallis left no doubt in winning the 2013 Class A girls team track and field title. The Blue Devils cruised to 185 ½ points, more than tripl…

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Close boys race on tap at State AA track

Close boys race on tap at State AA track

For as little intrigue as there is in the Class AA girls team race, the boys teams more than make up for it. The Billings Senior girls are the…

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Guest column: Western Montana track and field athletes that caught my eye

Guest column: Western Montana track and field athletes that caught my eye

(Editor's note: Jeff Hedstrom is a contributor at montanatrack.com. He compiles the weekly elite track and field lists, which are posted on ga…

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Younger athletes fulfilling expectations for Senior girls track team

The Billings Senior girls track and field team got another win at the Border Wars meet in Sheridan, Wyoming on Tuesday.

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State track qualifying standards

As the end of April approaches, it’s good practice to refresh our minds of the qualifying standards for the state track meets. Class AA and A …

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