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Skylights hope to turn it around against Tech

The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team has spent the last two weeks on a long Frontier Conference road trip. In that stretch, the Skylights have gone through some difficult...

 

Lights ready to bounce back against Orediggers

Road setbacks aren't uncommon in Frontier Conference basketball. But if a team wants to be a real Frontier contender, it must counter those road setbacks by holding serve at home. And that's exactly...

 

George Ferguson Column: Girls hoops on the Hi-Line makes tournament time worth waiting for

January can drag on. Post-Christmas depression, it's dark out a lot, and in Havre and all over the Hi-Line, it's cold. Really cold. And for that reason, it seems like basketball tournaments are still...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    January 19, 2018 

Pony girls aim to march on in the Central A

Kyndall Keller has been dynamite for the Havre High girls basketball team in her sophomore season with the Blue Ponies. But for now at least, the Ponies are going to have to find a way to keep...

 
 By Chris Peterson    Sports    January 19, 2018 

HHS boys face road rematches

The Havre High boys basketball team has had a rough go of it so far in the 2017-18 season, but the good news for the Blue Ponies, is that there's more than enough time to turn things around. At 2-8...

 

Tough freshman Mick Chagnon looks to help HHS defend Class A Duals title

In recent years, the Havre High wrestling team has seen a number of talented freshmen come through the program and this season, with the emergence of Mick Chagnon, the Blue Ponies have found another....

 

Argos trip up Lights, Skylights in Great Falls

The road has not been friendly to the Montana State University-Northern basketball teams so far in Frontier Conference play. And the Lights and Skylights couldn't even find any friendliness on their...

 

Lights wrestle the best in Missouri

The Montana State University-Northern wrestling team is headed on its final road trip of the regular season. And it's a tournament the Lights look forward to every year. Friday and Saturday, the...

 

Blue Ponies focused on training and competing

It’s hard to believe, but the Havre High boys and girls swim teams have just three more chances to test themselves in the pool before the Montana State Swimming Championships next month in Great Fal...

 

Prep, College Basketball Standings

Prep Basketball Standings GIRLS Central A Conf. Overall Havre 3-0 10-0 Belgrade 1-1 5-4 Lewistown 1-1 6-3 Livingston 0-3 3-7 Eastern A Conf. Overall Laurel 4-0 5-5 Hardin 4-1 8-1 Billings Central 1-1 4-3 Miles City 1-3 4-5 Glendive 0-1 0-8 Sidney...

 

WILDCATS FINALLY ON THE PROWL

It's hard to determine when a program has really arrived. But after beating the second-ranked team in the state, in front of a packed gymnasium, it's safe to say the moment has arrived for the Harlem...

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Rhoda Peterson, Ice Hawks Hockey

Rhoda Peterson has always enjoyed playing hockey. It was something that she shared with her late stepfather, and it's also a sport she has been playing for the past 10 years. In fact, Peterson enjoys...

 

Northern hoops braced for a road rematch with the Argos

Both the Montana State University-Northern men's and women's basketball teams had tough games with the University of Providence to open Frontier Conference play earlier this month. And those games...

 

Local Bowling Report: Harvest Moon Lanes Challenge tourney a big success

Harvest Moon Lanes Challenge Tournament results are in. This year, we had our first female champion. Pati Killebrew-Hall took first place, which piad $500. She defeated Shawn Mariani. Bruce Morelli...

 

Hi-Line Sports Schedule

Wednesday College Basketball Skylights at Providence, 5:30 Lights at Providence, 7:30 p.m. Thursday High School Basketball Chinook girls vs HLP Chinook boys vs HLP Friday High School Basketball Havre...

 

Hi-Line Girls Roundup: Harlem girls shock Poplar at the end

It was perhaps the busiest week of the girls high school basketball season yet on the Hi-Line. But it was the end of the week that was the most exciting. Saturday night in Harlem, two of the best in...

 

Frontier Notebook: Providence women off to a red-hot start

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights already know just how good the University of Providence Argos are. It was only two weeks ago that the Skylights lost a tough game to the Argos in the...

 

Hi-Line Boys Roundup: Sugarbeeters, Stars keep on winning

As local basketball teams delve deeper and deeper into conference play, the games are only going to get bigger and bigger. And this past weekend, no games along the Hi-line were more important than th...

 

Hi-Line Athletes of the Week

Kordell Small, Rocky Boy Basketball It was an impressive weekend for the Rocky Boy boys basketball team, and star senior guard Kordell Small was impressive in his own right. Thursday night, the Stars...

 

Ponies succeed at Jug Beck once again

The Havre High wrestling team always looks forward to the challenge provided by the Jug Beck Rocky Mountain Classic and this past weekend in Missoula, the Blue Ponies once again showed their ability...

 

Browning runs past Ponies in the Corral

The Havre High boys basketball team was hoping to get its first home win of the season last Friday night against Browning, but unfortunately for the Blue Ponies, the Indians had other ideas. The...

 

Dawgs bite Lights, Skylights in Dillon

The Montana State University-Northern Lights went into one of their longest road trips of the season tied for first place in the Frontier Conference standings. But the Lights ran into two NAIA...

 

MSU-N matmen put on a two-day show in Dickinson

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are kicking into high gear in preparation for the upcoming NAIA wrestling postseason. And this weekend in Dickinson, North Dakota, the Lights did plenty...

 

Pony girls slip past Browning on the road

Through the first nine games of the season, the Havre High girls basketball team has rarely been challenged. Havre had played some ranked teams in Class B, but none in Class A, which made last...

 

Blue Ponies swim against top competition in Great Falls

The Havre High boys and girls swim teams are in the midst of their toughest part of the 2017-18 schedule. But the schedule also gives the Blue Ponies a chance to compete against the best in the...

 

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