• ‘Clackers’ skate to crown at Winfield Memorial

    ‘Clackers’ skate to crown at Winfield Memorial0

    HELENA — A group of local students won the High School Division at the 5th Annual Wyatt Winfield Memorial 3 on 3 Hockey Tournament this weekend. Playing under the team name “Clackers,” the team consisted of Butte High School seniors Austin Endy, Aidan Francisco, Andrew Kober, Gabe LeProwse, Russell Park and, Carsten Quam, along with

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  • Brad Wilson skis to third place in National Duals

    Brad Wilson skis to third place in National Duals0

    By Tom Horrocks of usskiandsnowboard.org WATERVILLE VALLEY, New Hampshire — Jaelin Kauf of Alta, Wyoming, and Jesse Andringa of Boulder, Colorado, made it back-to-back victories at the 2019 Toyota U.S. Freestyle Championship dual moguls Sunday at New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort. Both U.S. Freestyle Team athletes picked up their first individual U.S. moguls titles Saturday

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  • ‘Mistake’ drops Wilson to seventh in Kazakhstan

    ‘Mistake’ drops Wilson to seventh in Kazakhstan0

    From FIS-Ski reports SHYMBULAK, Kazakhstan — The first of back-to-back moguls World Cup competitions scheduled for this weekend at Kazakhstan’s Shymbulak Mountain Resort went down on Saturday with Yulia Galysheva of France and Ikuma Horishima of Japan finishing day one on top of the podium. For the first time in history the FIS Freestyle Ski

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  • Max Kluck eyes trip to nationals and beyond

    Max Kluck eyes trip to nationals and beyond1

    By Bill Foley Max Kluck recently made a bit of a shift in focus in his athletic training. The goal, however, remains the same for the East Middle School eighth grader: The Olympic Games. “That’s kind of my goal,” Kluck said in his living room Monday night. “My dream.” His first major stop on the

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  • Brad Wilson scores fifth in World Cup duals event

    Brad Wilson scores fifth in World Cup duals event0

    From FIS-Ski reports The second of back-to-back FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup competitions in Tazawako went down on Sunday afternoon with Perrine Laffont of France and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada claiming their second victories of the weekend in an extremely exciting dual moguls event. It was another superb day in the Akita prefecture’s biggest ski

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  • Brad bronzes podium spot in Japan moguls

    Brad bronzes podium spot in Japan moguls0

    From FIS-Ski reports The FIS Freestyle Ski moguls World Cup was back in action on Saturday in Japan’s Akita prefecture ski resort of Tazawako, with Perrine Laffont of France and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada taking top spots on day one of back-to-back competitions scheduled for this this weekend in the land of the rising sun.

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