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HHS takes the show on the road

With the season just getting under way one week ago, the Havre High wrestling team is already preparing for one of the toughest tournaments in the state. Last week the defending state champion Blue Ponies started their season with...


Havre Invite is here

The wait is over, and after a much-anticipated end of another offseason, the Havre High wrestling program will return to action. Last year the Central A Blue Ponies had another standout season, as they went onto win their fourth st...


Ponies ready to control the mats, again

Simply put, the Havre High Blue Pony wrestling team is ready to go. It may have been a while since HHS has made newspaper headlines, but with a brand new season set to start Friday afternoon, the Central A Ponies have been hard at...


The beat goes on for Filius and HHS wrestling

Montana takes its high school wrestling serious, and nowhere is that more clear than right here in Havre. Ever since head coach Scott Filius took the reigns of an already prestigious Havre High wrestling program over a decade ago,...


Tribal basketball league creates opportunity

The excitement for tribal college basketball has been building across Montana for some time. And now, it's finally here. With the introduction of the Montana Tribal College Basketball League (MTCBL), there is now opportunity out... Full story


Havre High spikers hand out season awards

The young and inexperienced Havre High volleyball program played well this season, and even in the midst of a rebuilding season, the Blue Ponies displayed some talent. After going 5-5 in the conference schedule, the Ponies landed t... Full story


Eight Ponies honored for football

Even after the 2010 season, the Havre High Blue Ponies football team is earning recognition. The Central A Blue Ponies finished out the season with a conference record of 3-2, as well as an overall record of 5-4 after a trip to...


Tribal college basketball takes center stage

With the development of the Montana Tribal College Basketball League, local basketball enthusiasts now have three more teams to cheer for this winter. Both Stone Child College and Fort Belknap College now have basketball programs.... Full story


A Havreite goes the distance in New York

Whether it was as a prep track star, or just for hobby, the sport of running has always been a part of Pam Hanson's life, but on Nov. 7, Hanson found herself running with a purpose. Hanson was born and raised in Havre. She... Full story


Stroh powers Chinook in the snow

CHINOOK — Rarely do high school athletes have the kind of game that Chinook junior running back Ben Stroh had on Saturday. And to do it on a stage as big as the state championship game, that makes his performance all the better.... Full story


Beeters' faithful get to rejoice

Chinook's championship season Beeters finish 7-1 in the regular season and share Northern C title. Class C Playoffs 1st Rd - def. Scobey 42-6; Quarterfinals - def. Charlo 28-24; Semifinals - def. P-D-B 28-26; Championship - def.... Full story


Orange Crush: Beeters are state champs

CHINOOK — Playing in, and earning their first-ever state football championship in sub-freezing temperatures, gusty winds and constant snow fall was quite fitting for the Chinook Sugarbeeters football team, because behind key...


Cat/Griz game divides us all

Havre, like everywhere else, has it alliances when it comes to the Cat/Griz rivalry. It may look like there is a lot of Grizzly Maroon running around Havre and the surrounding areas, but don't be fooled, the Bobcats are... Full story


Time is now for Beeters, Longhorns

The Chinook Sugarbeeters football team has been rewriting the school's history books all season long. But with a state championship still on the line, this season's chapter isn't finished yet. Saturday at 1 p.m. in Chinook, the...


Chinook seniors make it to the very end

For the seniors on the Chinook Sugarbeeters football team, it's been a season of lasts. As seniors they have participated in their last summer camps, their last two-a-days, their last season opener and their last homecoming. And...


So close: Pioneers fall just short

BIG SANDY - In the game of football a lot depends on how a team starts, and in state playoff action, the Big Sandy Pioneers saw that first hand. Saturday in Big Sandy, the Northern C Pioneers hosted the Eastern C Savage Warriors... Full story


Ice Time: Ice Hawks high school team debuts

For a young team and a first year head coach, this season is going to be an uphill battle for the Havre Ice Hawks high school hockey team. But with the talent found on the roster accompanied by new head coach Tyler Boyce, a former... Full story


Big Sandy welcomes high-powered Savage

The Big Sandy Pioneers football team has been a near unstoppable machine this season. And closing in on the state championship game, the Pioneers will hope to continue their success on Saturday. Saturday in Big Sandy, the Northern...


Beeters host rematch with Titans

It's already been a very good season for the Chinook Sugarbeeters, but with a lot still on the line, the Beeters are one win away from making history. Saturday at 1 p.m. in Chinook, the Northern rival C Power-Dutton-Brady Titans...


Crossing the border to scorch the nets

When it comes to sports, Canada and the United States are two very different places. But sometimes, the neighboring countries mix very well, and for the Montana State University-Northern volleyball program, the last four years...


Pioneers cruise into Six-Man semifinals

BIG SANDY — Heading into the second round of the state football playoffs the Hi-Line still had two teams in action, and fortunately for fans, two teams still remain. Saturday in Big Sandy the Northern C Six-Man Big Sandy...


Ponies' season ends in Livingston

The fairly young and inexperienced Havre High volleyball team had its ups and downs this season, but even after finding some postseason success, the Blue Pony season has come to an end. Friday and Saturday the Central A Ponies were... Full story


Round Two

As the playoffs continue, the competition grows stronger. And with the Class C 8-Man Chinook Sugarbeters and Class C Six-Man Big Sandy Pioneers making their way into the second round of the state football playoffs, both teams have...


HHS seeks Central A redemption

Though the Havre High volleyball team may not have ended its regular season schedule on a high note, the Blue Ponies are still excited and prepared to face the rest of the conference at the divisional tournament. Friday and... Full story


Hi-Line Football Roundup

With the first weekend of the 2010 postseason in the books, two Hi-Line football teams still remain. On Saturday, the Northern C Six-Man Big Sandy Pioneers and North Star Knights competed in the first round of the state playoffs.... Full story


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