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Sentinel T&F Star Lauren Heggen Signs with Washington

It's no secret that Lauren Heggen can jump. As the Montana state record holder in the triple jump, Heggen has been recruited by division I programs from all over the nation. Read here about why the senior track star signed on to continue her athletic career at the University of Washington.
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Mattress Firm Student of the Week: CMR’s Clay Walker

For a lot of high school students, their thoughts are about chemistry, math, or whether or not they'll have a homecoming date. But Leo Goldman explains how a member of the Americans hockey team is helping others get involved in his favorite sport in this week's Mattress Firm Student of the Week.
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Bringing a Little Cheer to Fort Benton

Last weekend our volleyball programs wrapped up their seasons at the State tournament. Both Helena High and Fort Benton made it to State, and while their teams didn't compete against one another, their paths still crossed on the sidelines.
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Western Montana Athletes Sign College Commitments

Today is National Signing Day around the country and hundreds of thousands of student athletes signed their letters of intent to play collegiate athletics, including some big-name athletes from Western Montana. Learn more about where numerous Treasure State athletes will be taking their talents and why they chose their respective schools.
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Former Hellgate Star Tres Tinkle Earns Pac-12 Honors

It's been years since Missoula Hellgate star Tres Tinkle dazzled the Treasure State basketball scene. But on Monday, the Oregon State forward made Montana proud as he was recognized by the Pac-12 Conference for his excellent play this past weekend in wins over Cal State Northridge and Iowa State.
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CMR heading to State with winning mentality

Last week, our AA volleyball teams competed for a spot in the state tournament. But one Electric City squad wasn't on the courts; that's because CMR got a bye straight into the tournament after a stellar regular season, and they used last week's break to their advantage.
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Bobcat LB Daniel Hardy Honors Late Father

Injuries, time on the bench and tough losses are all a part of a normal football player's life. Losing a father to kidney cancer, however, isn't. Aunica Koch tells us the story of Bobcats linebacker Daniel Hardy and how he has overcome recent life adversity to become the man that he is today.
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Grizzly Soccer Preparing for Post-Season Run

It's hard to play with a target on your back. But, after taking home the 2018 Big Sky Conference Soccer Championship, the Montana Grizzlies have handled the pressure, taking home the 2019 regular season title. Read more on just how the Grizzlies secured their number one seed and a chance to repeat as conference champions.
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Mattress Firm Student of the Week: Victor’s Gracie Smith

Victor senior and 4H leader Gracie Smith has loved animals ever since she can remember. But a life-threatening disease threatened to take all of that away during one day at the Ravalli County Fair. Read more about this week's Mattress Firm Student of the Week and how, despite her life-long illness, she's still finding a way to give back.