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 By Chris Peterson    Sports    March 22, 2017 

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...

 

IT'S GAMETIME IN BILLINGS

Making the NAIA Women’s Basketball National Tournament is the goal for all 95 schools that play Division I basketball. However, just 32 teams achieve that goal and one of them is the Montana State...

 

MSU-N Daily Diary: Skylights give back on the eve of their NAIA opener

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights certainly had the Loyola Wolfpack on their minds when they woke up Wednesday morning in Billings. That's because Wednesday was Northern's final day to...

 

Hi-Line girls honored for hoops

The District 9C was loaded with quality girls basketball teams this winter. And that's why it should come as no surprise that so many 9C players made the Class C All-State list. In all, six 9C...

 

Skylights advance in opening round at NAIA National Tournament

In the opening round of the NAIA Women's Basketball Championship, the Montana State University-Northern Skylights got off to a slow start -- that is, until Molly Kreycik gave her team a jolt of...

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Sierra Richards, Northern Basketball

As a post player, following in the footsteps of Skylight great A'Jha Edwards wasn't easy. But Sierra Richards has become exactly what these Skylights needed, a force in the paint So you’re...

 

MSU-N Daily Diary: Skylights Faupel, Filius honored at NAIA banquet

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights are working hard on getting ready for their NAIA national tournament, first-round game Thursday night. But the Skylights still had a busy day away from...

 

Get to know the Loyola Wolfpack

For the Montana State University-Northern Skylights, playing in the NAIA Women's National Basketball Championship has always required a long journey. But this time, it will be MSU-N's first-round...

 
 By Julie Rodgers    Sports    March 15, 2017

Local Bowling Report: Good scores rolled at Harvest Moon Lanes

St. Patrick’s Day is Friday, and at Harvest Moon Lanes we are giving out $50 for the craziest costume for the night. Free games of bowling for a certain design, we know what we’re looking for, and green beer specials. See you then. OK, let’s...

 

The Career

"She's the best player I've ever coached" Those are the words of Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball coach Chris Mouat. Because of all of Northern’s success during Mouat’s...

 

MSU-N Daily Diary: Skylights enjoy the animal life

The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team arrived in Billings Sunday for the 2017 NAIA Division I Women's National Tournament. Monday, though, as the rest of the field arrived at B...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Jace Shambo, HLP Basketball Hays-Lodge Pole didn’t quite get the state championship it was looking for, but the T-birds fourth-place finish at the Class C state tourney this past weekend in Bozeman...

 

MSU-N's March to the Madness

Once is hard enough, but for consecutive years? That's what the Montana State University-Northern Skylights have accomplished - they've managed to now be a part of March Madness four straight times. A...

 

The Road To Billings: Skylights in Review

Overall: 23-8, Frontier: 11-7, 2nd, lost to LC State in championship game. Current Ranking: 11th. Highest Ranking: 8th. Longest Streak: 6 wins, 2 losses. Key wins: Talladega, Central Baptist,...

 

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