Gallatin’s crowd was energized after the Raptors scored midway through the fourth quarter. But it only lasted a few moments. Bozeman’s Nicole D’Agostino hit a 3-pointer from the right wing.
As Ty Huse let his 3-pointer go, everything in Bozeman High’s gym seemed to stop.
Members of Bozeman’s and Gallatin’s basketball teams know each other well. They saw each other frequently in classes and practices when the city only had one high school. This week, they’re eager to see each other on the court as…
HELENA — The Montana High School Association will “continue to evaluate winter activities as they progress” and will announce postseason formats later this month, the organization affirmed in a press release issued Wednesday morning. The announcement comes in the wake…
Siobhan Gilmartin easily forgets she’s dealing with multiple programs this season.
Hoping to watch teams Gallatin would face in the future, Michael Claxton traveled to Bozeman for the Class AA tournament in March. The day he arrived, games were canceled because of coronavirus concerns.
On Dec. 7, the first day of practice, Gallatin head coach Nate Laslovich had a clear message for his team.
This is not how Wes Holmquist imagined he would be starting a program.
Local players earned invitations to play in the Montana East-West Shrine Game.
Nate Laslovich isn’t stressed about his athletes following coronavirus protocols.