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Dawson CC Softball Putting the Program on the Map

"The rankings came out yesterday and we are the #18 team in the nation right now which is pretty incredible. We've never been ranked since we've been Division II so I'm excited about that too."

Koch Leads Eastern AA in Strikeouts

As of Friday, May 3rd, Billings West High's softball team sits at 12-4 on the season. The team is led by one of the best Class AA pitchers in the state.

MSUB has solid showing of Montana players

"Recruiting in-state, that's huge for this program and like I said, we're all just so honored to represent montana and come to this school and play baseball."

Sam Gray Signs with Montana Tech

Billings Central Senior Sam Gray has signed with Montana Tech to play basketball. Gray made the announcement on Twitter, thanking his family, friends, coaches, and teammates. Gray is part of the 2019 Class A Boys State Basketball Championship team.

Quarterback Battle for Rocky Mountain

The big question on everyone's mind for the Rocky Mountain College spring football game is, who will be named starting quarterback?

MSUB Women’s Basketball Program Scores Big in In-State Recruiting

Recruiting and signing in-state players has always been a challenge for the MSU-Billings women's basketball program. However, this off-season has been a little different for Head Coach Kevin Woodin and the yellowjackets. So far, Coach Woodin's incoming class consists of 6 in-state players who have already signed. Five of those players are members of the Montana All-Star Basketball Team. Three of the 6 comes from West High, 1 comes from Kalispell-Glacier and another one comes from Florence-Carlton. This class is a first for the school and the Lady Jacket program. Coach Woodin explained, "We're real excited, we've got seven freshmen coming in and as you said, three from West High and then Kali Gulick from Glacier and Danielle Zahn from Florence and we still have a couple others, Emma Blakely from Hellgate and Kate Samms from Central Valley in Spokane. We've covered all of the different positions which I like, as well, and it should be a fun group to coach."

PBR Returns to Billings this Weekend

On Friday, the PBR returns to the Magic City. It is one of the oldest and longest running events on the tour schedule. It is also a homecoming for one young man. Columbia Falls' Matt Triplett is currently ranked 13th in the world standings. When he is healthy, Triplett is as good as anyone on the pro tour. Triplett is in his 8th season and has finished as high as 3rd in the world, which occurred in 2014. However, it's the stop in Billings that Triplett would love to win because family and friends from across the Treasure State will be in town to watch him. "It's gotta be, you know, the biggest one to win," Triplett explain. "I come here every year and I just want to impress the home crowd and it's nice to be able to ride in front of them. They support me throughout the whole year so it makes it fun to be able to come and ride and be able to perform in front of the home crowd."

MSUB Baseball Preview

The 2019 Montana State University Billings squad is hoping to build off of last year's season.