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2014 FALL SPORTS PREVIEWS

Aug 28, 2014 • Columbia Falls High School
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2014 VOLLEYBALL PREVIEWS

Aug 28, 2014 • Northwest Montana A Conference
  Wildkat volleyball team is tall and athletic More

GIRL'S SOCCER PREVIEW--2014-15

Aug 28, 2014 • Northwest Montana A Conference
  Kats soccer squad returns 11 juniors More

2014 X-COUNTRY PREVIEWS

Aug 28, 2014 • Northwest Montana A Conference
  Wildkat harriers looking solid   More

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Fort Benton forfeits football season due to low turnout

Aug 26, 2014 • Ravalli Republic
Meisner said Fort Benton and Great Falls Central are seeking a one-year emergency co-op with the Montana High School Association. He expects to find out Wednesday or Thursday if the MHSA will allow the co-op, which would have more than the 119 ... More

Montana sports briefs

Aug 27, 2014 • Great Falls Tribune
Tres Tinkle, a top basketball recruit and son of Oregon State men's basketball coach Wayne Tinkle, has decided to stay in Missoula for his final year of high school. Wayne Tinkle told the Oregonian of his son's decision on Monday. He says Tres wants to ... More

Sunset quarterback Willy Pflug commits to the University of Montana

Aug 15, 2014 • The Oregonian - OregonLive.com
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound athlete lacks ideal D-I speed, but compensates with sound mechanics and a high football IQ. Pflug had said he wanted to commit before the start of the season, and was excited about his unofficial visit to Montana over the ... More

Montana stars revel in AAU spotlight in Las Vegas

Jul 31, 2014 • Billings Gazette
Summer league basketball has taken on a life of its own for high school athletes and coaches in Montana. Not many days go by without a tournament, shoot-around or open gym for players hoping to make their impact the following basketball season. More

Quest for the Best: No. 2 -- Great Falls' Memorial Stadium

Aug 20, 2014 • Billings Gazette
C.M. Russell High School opened in 1965 and won its first title 10 years later, before legendary coach Jack Johnson ultimately racked up 340 wins on the Rustlers' sideline, the most in Montana high school football history. “Over time, if you go back ... More

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