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 By George Ferguson    Sports    March 26, 2019 

A second Kehr becomes a Skylight

The Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball team is about to have a sister combo. Over the weekend, MSU-N head coach Chris Mouat announced that Columbia Falls senior Ryley Kehr has...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    March 26, 2019 

Northern lands two more volleyball standouts

Montana State University-Northern head volleyball coach Jerry Wagner announced two more signings to his first recruiting class at Northern. Wagner recently announced the signings of Elissa Lind, an...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    March 26, 2019 

HWC Little Guys shine in Lewistown

The Havre Wrestling Club took part in the Montana Little Guy State Tournament this past weekend in Lewistown. Below are results from HWC wrestlers. Jack Werk 6U-37A - DNP Aubrey McLaughlin 6U-37B -...

 
 By George Ferguson    Sports    March 26, 2019 

Warp, Saints to play for NAIA title tonight

Former Havre Blue Pony star Dane Warp is just one win away from becoming an NAIA national champion. Monday night in Kansas City, Warp's Carroll College Fighting Saints topped rival Lewis-Clark State...

 

From Harlem to Havre

Next winter, Harlem's L'Tia Lawrence won't just be one of the very best players on the Hi-Line, she won't just be one of the best players in Class B, she will be one of the best players in all of...

 

Wolverines spank Griz for the second year in a row

A year ago, it was frosty second-half shooting against Michigan that did in the Montana Grizzlies in the first round of the NCAA tournament. One year later, it was the first half. In a rematch with...

 

George Ferguson Column: For me, the fact the Griz are dancing is good enough

On the local scene, it’s been a lot of fun watching basketball the last three-plus months. You had the Havre High girls, the Box Elder girls, and a whole slew of talented boys and girls high school...

 

Lights will challenge themselves in 2019

In the first game he ever coached at Montana State University-Northern, Andrew Rolin's Lights were victorious. The Lights beat Mayville State in their season-opener last August, which was their only...

 

2019 Havre Daily All Hi-Line Girls Team

What a year it was in girls high school basketball on the Hi-Line. Havre High and Box Elder repeated as state champions, Harlem went to its first-ever state tournament and won two championships, the...

 

Griz dancing again

For the second year in a row, the Montana men's basketball team completed an epic comeback against the Eastern Washington Eagles in the Big Sky Conference championship game. And that's not the only...

 

Rocky Boy, Harlem players earn Class B basketball honors

In Class B basketball on the Hi-Line, both the Rocky Boy Stars and Harlem Wildcats had highly succussful seasons. The Stars won a District 1B championship, finished second at the Northern B and...

 

Skylights ink standout middle blocker from Northwest CC

New Montana State University-Northern volleyball coach Jerry Wagner has been on the recruiting trail since he was announced as the Skylight's head man not long ago. On Thursday, Wagner announced his...

 

George Ferguson Column: We are some very lucky high school basketball fans around these parts

There's an old saying in sports that goes something like "You can't win them all." And while that's absolutely true, it sure seems like basketball teams on the Hi-Line just about do. It seems that...

 

HWC grapplers shine at State AAU

The Havre Wrestling Club took part in the Montana State AAU tournament last Friday and Saturday in Great Falls. Below are the results. Jack Werk - Tot 40 - DNP Rayden Cowan - Tot 45 - DNP Brady...

 

Chinook's amazing run ends in Billings

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were one of the best teams in Class C boys basketball this season. There’s no doubt about that as the Beeters reeled off 25 straight wins to reach the semifinals of the...

 

Beeters blast their way into State C semifinals

The last time a Chinook boys basketball team played in a state tournament game, the Sugarbeeters won a Class B state championship. Thirty three years later, the Beeters are finally back in a state...

 

Rocky Boy falls in State B opener

If the Rocky Boy Stars are going to bring another trophy home from the Class B state tournament, they're going to have to take the long road. Wednesday night at the Belgrade Special Events Center, the...

 

Five Lights named Frontier All-Conference

The Frontier Conference men's basketball season came to a close Tuesday night with Lewis-Clark State knocking off Carroll College in the championship game. Wednesday, the league released its 2018-19...

 

Beeters, T-Birds ready to rumble at Class C boys state tournament

The Chinook Sugarbeeters may have never qualified for a Class C state tournament before, but, with a loaded roster coming into the 2018-19 season, it was never a question of if the Beeters would go...

 

Two Skylights earn Frontier postseason honors

The 2018-19 Frontier Conference women's basketball season officially came to a close Monday night, with Carroll College beating UM-Western in the championship game. On Tuesday morning, the league anno...

 

State A Girls Primer: Many familiar contenders back in Great Falls

It seems every year, the Class A girls state tournament gets better and better. And this year, it's bigger as the girls and boys are combined in Class A for the first time ever. The girls state tourne...

 

Lights crown three more All-Americans

In 2018, a pair of Montana State University-Northern wrestlers stood on the threshold of winning an individual national championship, only to come up short in heartbreaking matches. Saturday night in...

 

On to state for the Stars

The Rocky Boy Stars have been red-hot in the postseason. Unfortunately, the Stars ran into a team that got hotter at the Northern B boys tournament in Shelby. Saturday night, Rocky Boy fell to the Pop...

 

Warriors bring MSU-N's postseason run to an end

The Montana State University-Northern Lights were just one hurdle away from playing for a Frontier Conference championship. That hurdle, however, proved to be much too tall. Saturday night in the...

 

Lights visit Warriors with title game berth on the line

If Wednesday night's win over the University of Providence was the last game the Montana State University-Northern Lights will play in the Armory Gymnasium, they sure went out with a bang. But as...

 

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