• Erika McLeod leads Griz to pentathlon sweep

    Erika McLeod leads Griz to pentathlon sweep0

    BOZEMAN — If there was any doubt that Eirka McLeod would be ready to compete following a year away from the sport, consider that doubt gone. All that outsiders need to know is 2-for-2. McLeod, a senior who redshirted a year ago, showed once again that she used her year away from competition to better herself,

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  • Lady Griz deny Diggers

    Lady Griz deny Diggers0

    MISSOULA — The second and third quarters proved to be the downfall of the Montana Tech women’s basketball team Thursday night. The University of Montana outscored the Orediggers 50-24 over the middle two quarters, and the Lady Griz beat Tech 81-49 in an exhibition game at Dahlberg Arena. (Stats) Katie Mayhue scored 11 points off

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  • Grizzlies announce signing of BC’s Tricia Joyce

    Grizzlies announce signing of BC’s Tricia Joyce0

    MISSOULA — Montana women’s golf coach Kris Nord added a pair of players to his program this month when Tricia Joyce and Emmy Sundby signed National Letters of Intent to begin competing for the Grizzlies next fall. Joyce is a senior at Butte Central High, Sundby a senior at Stevens High in Rapid City, S.D.

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  • Butte Central celebrates as Tricia Joyce signs with Griz

    Butte Central celebrates as Tricia Joyce signs with Griz0

    By Bill Foley Tricia Joyce is listed at 5-foot-2 on the basketball roster. Still, Butte Central High School Principal J.P. Williams knows his star pupil is a really big deal. That’s why Williams called down the entire student body of Butte Central to the school’s rotunda Thursday afternoon to watch Joyce sign a National Letter

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  • Erika, Mijah McLeod post victories for Grizzlies

    Erika, Mijah McLeod post victories for Grizzlies0

    Montana sent student-athletes both west and east on Saturday, with the Grizzlies competing in the Candy Cane XI, hosted by Eastern Washington, and the Bobcat Preview, hosted by Montana State. Across both locations, Montana came away with 10 event wins. The Candy Cane XI in Cheney, Washington, was highlighted by the return of several athletes

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  • Griz turn back Tech men

    Griz turn back Tech men0

    MISSOULA — The University of Montana jumped out to a 40-21 halftime lead, and the Grizzlies turned back Montana Tech 79-55 in an exhibition men’s basketball game Monday night at Dahlberg Arena. (Stats) Ahmaad Rorie scored 20 points to lead five Grizzlies in double figures in the victory. Kendal Manuel came off the bench to

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