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  • Handrails are just one of the improvements being made to Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula.

    Welcome Addition

    Washington-Grizzly Stadium has the reputation of producing the best fan experience in the Football Championship Subdivision, but Chuck Maes knows reputations are like eggs: fragile, easy to... Read more »

  • Ryan Stosich congratulates Ashten McCloskey after a home run during a game this season at Stodden Park. Stosich was chosen to be the next head coach of the Butte High softball team.

    'Intact'

    The Butte High softball program will have some continuity heading into the future. Long-time assistant Ryan Stosich was picked to be the next head coach of the Bulldog... Read more »

  • Former Montana and Anaconda star Torry Hill in action for the Lady Griz. (Photo courtesy Blake Hempstead)

    Court Side

    By Blake Hempstead, KANA Sports Fresh from graduation as one of the top point guard, statistically, in University of Montana history, Torry Hill is returning to the court. Announced... Read more »

  • Tap 'er Light

    Too Soon

    Back in the freedom of summer vacation as a young boy, I would often play 27 or 36 holes of golf at the Highland View Golf Course. We'd... Read more »

  • Shealyn Hafer

    Smashing

    DEER LODGE — Butte golfers Alexis Williams and Huston Green won their age groups at the South West Montana Junior Golf Tour's Powell County Invitational Monday. The day,... Read more »

  • 9-10 Mile High girls

    Champs

    BILLINGS — The Mile High Little League 9-10 softball All-Stars are state champions. Mile High's stars knocked off Boulder Arrowhead/Big Sky All-Stars 4-3 in Game 1 and 4-1... Read more »

  • Butte Central graduate Connor Schulte shakes hands with the Shrine Game ambassadors.

    Helping Hand

    Photos from Saturday's Montana East-West Shrine Game in Laurel were taken by Blake Hempstead. The Westside won the game 34-10. For more photos from Hempstead, check... Read more »

  • The Mile High 9-10 All-Stars after winning the District 2 title. They are: Top (left to right), Ron Counts, Zach Cunningham, Larry Hart and Joe Lester. Middle (left to righ), Casey Kautzman, Kenley Leary, Max Demarais, Cole Stewart, Eric Hart and Eyston Lakala. Bottom (left to right), Kadyn Lester, Payton Pressler, Jace Stenson, Keegen Muffich, Ethan Cunningham and Gavin Vetter. (Courtesy photo)

    On To State

    The Mile High 9-10 All-Stars defeated Mount Sentinel All-Stars Black 7-0 at Mile High Little League Complex in six innings Sunday to Claim the District 2 championship. Mile... Read more »

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