The girls battled to a 1-1 tie, and the boys’ programs followed and played to a 0-0 draw.
Senior writer at the Billings Gazette
The Broncs scored all their points in the first half.
For the second match in a row, West won the tie-breaking fifth set.
Broncs put three players in double figures in digs to beat Billings Skyview in first intra-city match.
Skyview plays for a new coach for the first time in 29 seasons while Gallatin makes its program debut.
Receiver-turned-quarterback Junior Bergen has a hand in four touchdowns for the Broncs.
Hitting people on the football field and helping people off it are how McClusky operates.
West girls have 15 goals in three matches. Belgrade boys rebounding from last year's winless season.
Defending Class AA champs halt Senior's three-match winning streak.
The Huntley Project School District is working on a plan to have “parents in the stands” for junior high and high school athletic events, according to a post on its Facebook page and school website Wednesday.