Roundup from Week 9 of the high school sports season. Soccer playoffs advanced, 6-player football playoffs got underway, the regular season concluded and state cross country ran in the snow.
Roundup from around Montana on Saturday, including state cross country, Class A soccer semifinals and 6-Man football playoffs.
MISSOULA — Despite an 0-4 record in actual game competition, the Missoula Loyola football team learned this weekend that it has secured a spot…
For the first time in six seasons, Laurel will have a new opponent in the title match.
Competitors at the state cross country meet in the Class AA races Oct. 24, 2020 at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell.
State A boys soccer: Columbia Falls gets two second-half goals to top Billings Central, Whitefish makes fourth-straight final
- LINDSAY ROSSMILLER 406mtsports.com
Manhattan Christian girls won their first title since 2001 while the boys won their fifth. Richey-Lambert's Sam Smith and Belt-Centerville's Lindsey Paulson took individual honors.
The Sentinel boys ended Bozeman's reign as team champs, but the Hawks won the individual crown. The Bozeman girls came through with yet another team title, while a Hellgate runner won her first individual title — in the state of Montana.
Photos from the Class C races at the state cross country meet in Kalispell at Rebecca Farm Oct. 24, 2020.
The regular season finale at Lewistown is one of many Saturday sporting events postponed or canceled because of snow.
Snowstorm is the reason for two more volleyball matches being postponed in Billings.
West finishes the regular season unbeaten.
Photos from the Billings West Golden Bears' game against the Bozeman Hawks at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium in Billings on Friday, Oct. 23, 2020.
It was a crosstown football game unlike any other Friday night as snow covered Vigilante Stadium.
No. 1 Sentinel whipped Glacier in Kalispell Friday to wrap up an undefeated regular season.
Butte defeated Hellgate in a snowy season finale at Missoula County Stadium.
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The Hamilton boys earned their fourth team title in school history while the Laurel girls broke a 27-year streak to win just their second. The Broncs were led atop the podium by both the boys and girls individual winners.
- LINDSAY ROSSMILLER 406mtsports.com
Eureka and Townsend repeated as state champions in the snow at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell.
Roundup from football, volleyball, soccer and cross country around Montana on Friday.
Matches will now be played next Saturday, Oct. 31
Falcons await the outcome of Friday's Great Falls-CMR game to see if they get a home playoff game.
Despite missing a four-year starter, Columbia Falls stayed undefeated on the volleyball court and wrapped up the conference title by beating rival Whitefish on the road.
Raptors claim fifth set, 15-10.
Photos from the Billings Skyview Falcons' game against the Belgrade Panthers at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium in Billings on Thursday, Oct. …
Missoula Big Sky is back in the playoffs after quarterback Colter Janacaro nearly breaks state record in win over Kalispell Flathead
- LUKE SHELTON 406mtsports.com
BUTTE — With one sentence, Twin Bridges’ football coach Brett Nordahl expressed what could be considered a perfect slogan for 2020.
COVID-19 causes another western Montana football cancellation
- VICTOR FLORES 406mtsports.com
A school COVID-19 policy prevented the Park City football and volleyball teams from playing this week.
For the second straight match, Helena High rallied in the second half and won on penalty kicks. Now, a home state championship match is the reward.
The match originally was scheduled for Saturday in Bozeman, but predicted cold and snow has moved the title game to next Wednesday.
Check out the Saturday football, volleyball, soccer and cross country action from around the state.
MISSOULA — Lars Thorne-Thomsen couldn’t help but take every high five and chest bump that came his way as he ran back toward midfield with a s…
Helena Capital thought it was going to set a Class AA record for consecutive wins Tuesday night. But it turns out, the Bruins only tied it after further review.
The Rams improved their record to 11-2 overall and 11-0 in conference play.
- COLTON POOL Bozeman Chronicle
For a full year, Bozeman was forced to find a way to cope with the feeling of losing in the state championship.
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