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Eagles end Blue Pony boy's run in Billings

However, things stalled for the Ponies late in the second stanza. Trailing by just three points, Havre would score just four points in the second period, while Sidney's Max Peters drilled his third 3-...

 

Frontier Notebook: Northern duo leads Frontier in 3-pointers

This is it. One weekend for all the marbles. That's what the Frontier Conference men's and women's basketball season has come down to. And when it's over, the postseason will be here. And heading...

 

Lights shut down Argos on senior night

Senior night is always special in the Armory Gymnasium. But the Montana State University-Northern Lights also had business to take care of. The Lights are in a heated race for the No. 4 seed in the...

 

Havre girls cruise into Eastern A semifinals

One down, two to go for the Havre High girls basketball team. Coming into Billings as a heavy favorite to claim the Eastern A girls divisional championship, the Blue Ponies wasted little time in...

 

Stars seeking Northern B redemption

One year ago, the Rocky Boy Stars won the District 1B championship, only to fall short two weeks later in the Northern B Divisional tournament. Now, the Stars are looking for a reversal of fortunes....

 

Providence catches Skylights at the end

From the opening tip of their last-ever game inside the Armory Gymnasium, it was obvious, the Montana State University-Northern Skylight seniors wanted a win really bad. And for a good chunk of Wednes...

 

TALL TALE

In sports, there's tall tales. And then there's the tale of Montana State University-Northern senior Ryan Reeves. His tale is one that's straight out of a Hollywood movie. And it's every bit as real...

 

Skylights get one more Armory night

Senior night in the Armory Gymnasium is always a special night. And tonight will be no different as the four Montana State University-Northern Skylights will be honored. The Skylights (2-12, 10-17) pl...

 

Lights' senior trio hoping for a big night

The Montana State University-Northern Lights have a split so far this season with the University of Providence Argos. So it goes without saying that the rubber match between the Lights and Argos is a...

 

9C girls will be a factor at the Northern C

The 2018 District 9C girls basketball tournament finished with a wild ending. Just three days removed, however, three 9C teams will get right back to business. District 9C champion Fort Benton,...

 

Squirt State hockey comes to Havre

The Havre Ice Dome will be busy this weekend. The Ice Dome is host to this weekend's 2018 Squirt B-C State Tournament, which will start Thursday and run through Sunday. The tournament features teams...

 

Morning Stars make history

The Rocky Boy Morning Stars were once a perennial District 9C powerhouse. But nine years ago, Rocky Boy moved up to Class B and into the famed District 1B. That meant, in girls basketball, it was...

 

George Ferguson Column: No surprise, the 9C was memorable

Another District 9C tournament is in the books. And what a magical ride it was. It goes without saying that the 9C tournament isn’t just one of the most exciting tournaments on the high school baske...

 

MORE THAN MINUTES

When Brandy Lambourne walked off the floor of the Four Seasons Arena in Great Falls following her last high school basketball game, she did so with about as much glory and success as a high school pla...

 

Lights cage Bears for a third time

Who says it's hard to beat a team three times in one season? Not the Montana State University-Northern Lights. In a hard-fought Saturday night game inside the Armory Gymnasium the Lights beat Rocky...

 

Skylights edged out by highly-ranked Saints, Bears

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights played great defense against the No. 11 team in the NAIA Friday night. Unfortunately Carroll College's defense was even better. The Fighting Saints,...

 

Eight Lights grapple to nationals

Every year, the goal at the regional tournament is the same. Sure, the Montana State University-Northern Lights always want to win championships and team titles, but the biggest goal is to make sure...

 

TURNER TAKES A TROPHY

The Turner girls basketball team has been building something special the past few seasons and the District 9C consolation game Saturday night at the HHS gymnasium, was the culmination of it. Turner...

 

Youthful Fort Benton boys come of age in Havre

During the District 9C regular season, Fort Benton and Hays-Lodge Pole proved to be evenly matched. But Friday night in the 9C consolation game, the Longhorns ran away from the Thunderbirds and...

 

Tornadoes blow into 9C semifinals

All season long, the Turner girls basketball team has believed it not only could, but should, be in the District 9C semifinals. It's one of many goals Turner had coming into the 2018 9C tournament. Th...

 

Hawks fly high

The Chester-Joplin-Inverness Hawks and North Star Knights know each other well. They're separated by just a few miles, and players and coaches see each other often. So it was no surprise that the late...

 

Perfect Roar: Box Elder blasts Big Sandy

The Big Sandy Pioneers were not going to upset the unbeaten Box Elder Bears in the first round of the District 9C girls basketball tournament Thursday morning at the HHS gymnasium. But being huge...

 

9C Extra: THIS TORNADO WARNING WAS COMING

The Turner Tornadoes are one win away from playing for the District 9C championship - a place the girls program in Turner hasn't been for a long, long time. Another place Turner hasn't been, at least...

 

Bears, Tornadoes stay alive in 9C boys tourney

Early morning games at the District 9C tournament are tough. But Turner and Big Sandy put on an entertaining show in the first 9C boys loser-out game of the tournament Thursday morning inside the HHS...

 

Skylights look for home momentum

It was only one win, but the victory the Montana State University-Northern Skylights picked up Lewis-Clark State last Saturday night was a big one - for so many reasons. Among those reasons is...

 

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