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They can't wait for their turn to be Ponies

Blue Pony girls basketball camp features plenty of Blue Pony admirers


Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Havre High senior Sam Oliver helps a youth work on shooting during Blue Pony girls basketball camp on Tuesday inside the Sunnyside Gymnasium. After winning back-to-back state championships, the Blue Pony program has a lot of momentum right now, and it's obvious that many young girls in Havre are taking notice and are working toward their turn to play for the Ponies one day.

Everyone knows the old saying that Rome wasn't built in a day. Well, championship basketball teams aren't either. They are built with talent, but also with hard work, dedication and lots of time in the gym.

And when it comes to spending time in the gym, it would be hard to find a high school basketball program that spends more time in the gym than the Havre High girls, the two-time defending Class A state champions.

Led by head coach Dustin Kraske, the Blue Ponies have lost just one game (47-1) in the past two seasons and have racked up a number of accolades in the process. In addition to...

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