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  • Some things never change: Havre fans on both sides of the Divide will be tuned into the Brawl of the Wild

    Kason Clark and George Ferguson|Updated Nov 17, 2022

    The Brawl for the Wild is finally back as Montana and Montana State face off this weekend. The Griz and Bobcats will meet in Bozeman Saturday and, just like every season, it will be a big game for both teams. The Cats will be looking to finish the year undefeated in Big Sky play. The Cats have had an excellent season to rise to No. 3 in the FCS rankings as they have gone 7-0 in conference games and 9-1 overall. Their lone loss this year was a 68-28 loss to FBS team Oregon...


    Kason Clark and George Ferguson|Updated Mar 3, 2022

    A long college wrestling season finally comes to an end this weekend as the Montana State University-Northern Lights head to Wichita, Kansas, for the NAIA national championships. The Lights will be represented by six wrestlers this weekend and MSU-N head coach Tyson Thivierge believes all of them are capable of bringing home hardware, "I believe these six guys are going to do a lot of damage. I believe all six of them can win the national title," Thivierge said. More than 250...

  • DYNASTY CONTINUES: Havre girls beat Rams in 2OT for state title

    Kason Clark and George Ferguson|Updated Mar 6, 2021

    GREAT FALLS - There's just something about the Four Seasons Arena in Great Falls. Or maybe it's just the Havre High girls are that good. Either way, on Saturday night in Great Falls, the Blue Ponies captured their third state title in four years, and their fourth since 2014, all in Great Falls, as they beat Billings Central 64-61 in double overtime thriller. "I'm just so happy for our kids. They work their tail off, they grind it out and they grinded out another one tonight,"...

  • Pony girls fall in another heartbreaker to Central

    Kason Clark and George Ferguson|Updated Mar 1, 2021

    The Havre High girls basketball team began postseason play this past weekend as they competed in the Eastern A Divisional Tournament at the Metra Park in Billings. The Blue Ponies went on a run through the tournament and made it to the championship game Saturday against Billings Central, only to lose yet another nailbiter to arch rival Billings Central, 44-43. And though the loss was tough, Havre head coach Dustin Kraske was proud of how his team played over the tournament's...

  • Staying Alive: Beeters, Hawks and T-Birds move on

    Kason Clark and George Ferguson|Updated Feb 18, 2021

    CHINOOK - On the second day of the District 9C Girls Basketball Tournament, Chinook and Chester-Joplin-Inverness played in a loser-out game to see who would stay alive in the tournament to have a chance at the consolation trophy. After losing to North Star Tuesday night, Chinook kept its season alive with a 64-24 victory Wednesday night at the Chinook High School Gymnasium. "I thought our girls responded well. We cleaned up a lot of things from last night to tonight. We still...

  • Bears, Beeters and Pioneers join Longhorns in 9C boys semifinals

    Kason Clark and George Ferguson|Updated Feb 17, 2021

    BOX ELDER - The Box Elder boys basketball team took control early on against Chester-Joplin-Inverness on Tuesday night in both team's first game of the District 9C Boys Basketball Tournament. At their home venue, the Den, the Bears' defense helped them build a 20-point halftime lead. The Hawks could not overcome this deficit as the Bears went on to win 74-60 to advance in the tournament. "I loved our energy in the first half. Our press was aggressive, we took away the passing...

  • Bears, top four girls seeds roll on opening night

    Kason Clark and George Ferguson|Updated Feb 17, 2021

    BOX ELDER - Box Elder took it to Hays Lodge-Pole early in their meeting on Tuesday night at The Den in Box Elder. The Lady Bears put the clamps on the Thunderbirds' offense as they raced out to a 21-0 lead and cruised to a 92-52 win to open up the District 9C Girls Basketball Tournament. "We came out tough. That's what we want to do, stick to our defense, make them turn the ball over," said Box Elder head coach Jerome Gopher. On the offensive end, the Bears were led by Angela...