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 By Chris Peterson    Sports    March 29, 2017 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Allix Goldhahn

There are a lot of dynamic, multi-sport athletes along the Hi-Line, but one that has accomplished big things recently is Fairfield’s Allix Goldhahn. Goldhahn, who started her high school athletic...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    March 29, 2017 

George Ferguson Column: I won't miss winter, but I'll miss the hoops around here

For the Montana State University-Northern Lights and Skylights, for the Havre Blue Ponies, for Rocky Boy and Harlem, and all of the District 9C, the basketballs have now been put away. It’s hard to...

 

Local Sports Briefs

Sign up for Middle School Tennis Once again, Havre High head tennis coach George Ferguson is offering Middle School Tennis this spring. Middle School Tennis is open to boys and girls grades 6-8 and the cost is a donation of one can of tennis balls....

 

Quarterback battle underway at Northern

Over the past few seasons, the Montana State University-Northern football team has struggled to win games, and part of that has been a lack of comsitency at quarterback. Ever since Aaron Christensen...

 

All Pony Blue at Cut Bank tennis invite

It’s early. It’s still chilly, and it’s certainly windy. But even with those tough conditions, the Havre High tennis teams got their season off to a very successful start. Last Saturday, the Blu...

 

Class B girls dominate HIT, again

The Hi-Line Invitational basketball tournament has been dominated by the Class B team in the girls competition. And this past weekend, Class B reigned again, winning its fourth straight HIT...

 

2017 Havre Daily All Hi-Line Boys Team

It seems as though there is rarely a year when the Havre Daily News All Hi-Line Boys Team isn’t loaded with eye-popping, high-scoring, star-studded players. And, after an exciting winter of boys...

 

Class AA boys rule the HIT inside the Armory Gymnasium

The Class AA boys team was looking to win a third straight team title at the Hi-Line Invitational Basketball tournament and after dominating the competition this past weekend at the Armory Gymnasium...

 

Forever one of the Big Sky's best

On a list of the best football players ever to come from the state of Montana, there is no doubt, Mike Tilleman’s name is near the top. So it’s fitting, that Saturday in Billings, the former NFL...

 

Pony Power ready to hit the courts

The Havre High boys and girls tennis teams have had a lot of success, really, going on for two decades now. And when each new spring dawns, two things remain constants — the Blue Ponies will find...

 

MSU-N's Faupel, Richards named NAIA All-American

Montana State University-Northern senior Natalee Faupel has done a lot of things no Skylight basketball player has ever done. As of Thursday, she did one more. For the second straight season, Faupel...

 

Young Lights hungry to compete this spring

The Montana State University-Northern football team was back on the practice field this past Wednesday, as the Lights kicked off their spring workouts ahead of the 2017 season next fall. Northern, whi...

 

It's that time, it's HIT time

Just when you thought that the high school basketball season in Montana was over, there is one more tournament left to play, and that’s the famed Hi-Line Invitational basketball tournament, which...

 

Local cagers earn Class C accolades

It was a banner year for the District 9C in boys basketball, with Hays-Lodge Pole and Box Elder meeting in the Northern C championship game, and both going on to make noise at the Class C state...

 

Spring ball underway at Northern

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are looking to use spring ball to build on the strides made last year. And that process is now underway. Northern, under the direction of third-year head...

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Jake Sedahl, Havre High Tennis

It’s weird to use the term spring sports in Montana because it seems like an oxymoron. Usually, spring in the state is less than pleasant, which can wreak havoc for sports like tennis, which are...

 
 By Julie Rodgers    Sports    March 22, 2017

Local Bowling Report: Mixed Doubles tourney on tap at Harvest Moon

It’s time for the Mixed Doubles No-Tap Tournament at Harvest Moon Lanes. The tournament will be held April 1-2 and April 8-9. Sign-up sheets and tournament rules are at the desk. It’s eight pins for the ladies and nine for the men. High...

 

George Ferguson Column: Skylights are a true NAIA power

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights didn’t win the NAIA women’s national championship this season. In fact the 2017 national tournament won’t be decided until tonight. And make no...

 

HHS grapplers featured in Sports Illustrated

It was quite the wrestling season for Havre High seniors Parker Filius and Jase Stokes. And now, the duo of Blue Pony four-time state champions got some exciting recognition. In last week’s issue...

 

2017 Havre Daily All Hi-Line Girls Team

What a year it was when it comes to girls high school basketball on the Hi-Line. The Havre Blue Ponies were outstanding, Rocky Boy made it to the tough Northern B, and the District 9C was as good as i...

 

Vanguard stops Skylight magic

BILLINGS — The Montana State University-Northern Skylights had their sights set on a second trip to the Elite 8 in three years at the NAIA Women's Basketball Championship, but despite a hot start...

 

Skylight pride was on display at the national tournament

BILLINGS — The Montana State University-Northern Women’s basketball team fell short of its ultimate goal at the NAIA national tournament, but when you think about it, only one team truly walks...

 

SWEET SKYLIGHTS: MSU-Northern stops Loyola in NAIA opening round in Billings

BILLINGS - For the first seven minutes and change of Montana State University-Northern's opening game at the NAIA Women's Basketball Championship, the Skylights looked like they needed a spark. And...

 

Skylights hoping to silence Lions' roar tonight

BILLINGS ­- The Montana State University-Northern Skylights opened the 2017 NAIA Women's Basketball Championship with a bang. But the Skylights, who won two games at the tournament back in 2015,...

 

Skylights NAIA national tournament run ends with loss to Vanguard

BILLINGS -- The Montana State University-Northern Skylights did everything they could to advance to the final eight of the NAIA Women's Basketball Championship Friday night inside the Rimrock Auto...

 

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