Heading into her final match at the Eastern AA Divisional tournament, Kaitlyn Thorn felt incredibly prepared.
Gallatin’s boys basketball team split its pair of weekend games, winning on Saturday over Belgrade after losing on Friday at Billings West.
Bozeman’s boys basketball team won 53-50 against Billings West at home on Saturday behind 12 points from Kellen Harrison and 11 points each from Kash Embry and Luke Smith.
“It wasn’t super high-stress where we have to beat the other team no matter what. It was fun, friendly banter with each other.” - Gallatin's Marcus Clapper
It’s difficult enough trying to upset the No. 1 team in the conference. Even more so when shots aren’t falling.
The Bozeman, Gallatin and Belgrade wrestling teams competed at the Eastern AA Divisional, hosted by the Panthers, on Friday in hopes of qualifying as many athletes as they can for the state meet next weekend.
Coming off a victory over crosstown rival Bozeman last week, Gallatin girls basketball rolled to a convincing 75-39 road win over Belgrade Thursday night.
Kaitlyn Thorn has just two losses this year, a product of a fruitful offseason and an all-in approach to wrestling — a sport that Thorn picked up just 15 months ago.
Brown’s immaculate 2022 season was recognized this week as he was named Gatorade’s Montana Player of the Year for boys cross country.
“I didn’t want the end of my high school season to be the end of it. I wanted to keep pushing, and I’m really glad I get to do that.” - Lacrosse player Stephanie Leibinger