GREAT FALLS – Jordan Verge may be the best golfer who’s never won an individual Class AA state championship, but based on his play Friday at the Eastern AA tournament the Gallatin senior may very well be the player to…
Bozeman’s girls and boys placed first and second, respectively, at the Butte Invitational on Friday thanks to a combined three top-10 finishes.
BILLINGS — For as wild as Thursday night’s game began — the first quarter had more than its share of wacky plays — the Bozeman Hawks eventually settled into what became a routine win.
Bozeman’s boys earned a 5-0 win over Billings Senior on Thursday while the girls suffered a 4-1 loss to the Broncs.
Bozeman was tired of trailing by the fourth set.
For Gallatin senior Zane Haarer, the goals of playing on the defensive line can be distilled quite easily. “For me it’s a lot of ‘see ball, get ball,’” he said. “You play hard, and you play fast.”
Rocky Mountain College defensive specialist Ayla Embry on Tuesday was named the NAIA national defensive player of the week.
The shutout streak for Bozeman's boys is gone, but the Hawks proved Tuesday against Billings West they're capable of winning while allowing goals also.
The nearly full moon hung low in the sky, so maybe some of the peculiarity of Tuesday evening should have been expected.
Bozeman’s girls might not be as senior-heavy as last season, but the team might be just as dangerous.