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 By John Hamilton    Sports    February 15, 2018 

Frank wins State B-C crown, Hawks 6th in Billings

It was a good, good year for Thompson Falls High School wrestling. In fact, one of the very best...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    February 15, 2018 

Uli wins title, Vanderwalls medal in State B-C

The secret is out, and all of Montana should know it by now – the Plains-Hot Springs Savage Horsem...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    February 15, 2018 

View from the Sidelines

Kaleb Frank and Daniel Uli can finally say it. To their fans, to their friends, to their families… to the whole world if they want. “We are...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    February 15, 2018 

District 14C tourney tips off

It's been a lot of fun so far but now things get a little more serious. District 14C boys and girls...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    February 15, 2018 

Hawk boys split road tests

The Thompson Falls Blue Hawk boys split road games last week, knocking off Mission 66-54 in Mission Thursday and falling to top-ranked, undefeated...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    February 15, 2018 

Lady Hawks top Mission

The decidedly young Lady Hawk basketball team has been growing by leaps and bounds lately, and...

 

Hawks wrestle down 2nd in Western B-C

SUPERIOR – It is time for all Montana prep wrestlers to make their final stands. And each and...

 

P-HS sends six on to State B-C

SUPERIOR – Plains-Hot Springs coach Jeff Kujala said he had a feeling when the season started...

 

Hawks eye big, bad Bigfork

They are the big, bad Bigfork Vikings, and the equally big, bad Bigfork Vals. One of the best boy-girl basketball shows in Montana, Bigfork’s...

 

Red Devils edge Savage Heat

The Noxon Red Devil boys endured a close call in Hot Springs, escaping the Spa City and its charged-up Savage Heat 47-46 in District 14C action...

 

Lady Devils split 14C games

This is not a drill. The hoop wars in District 14C girls basketball will continue at least through the next few weeks. Now salty veterans of those...

 

Horsemen just keep winning

The Plains Horsemen just keep winning. Coach Mike Cole's powerful Horsemen cruised to two more...

 

Trotters cool Heat, tame Tigers

Coach Jess Nagy and her Plains Trotters prevailed in two more District 14C games last week,...

 

Heat numbers, confidence grows

by John Hamilton The Hot Springs Savage Heat boys did not quite win, but they did put the fear of God into the Devils before falling back to a 47-46...

 

Savage Heat girls drop two

Coach Richard Jackson’s Lady Savage Heat played good basketball but lost a pair of District 14C games to Sanders County foes last week, falling...

 

Judgment day arrives

So that's what the rest of the Western B-C wrestling division, and Thompson Falls in particular, is...

 

P-HS wrestlers ready to challenge for divisional honors

In order to become a champion, wrestlers need to step out of their comfort zones and challenge thems...

 

Points, points and more points

Offense was the name of the game Saturday when the Anaconda Lady Copperheads played the Lady Hawks...

 

Lady Devils split with Tigers, Vikings

The Noxon Lady Red Devils are in it for the long haul, and played two more District 14C conference games last week, defeating the Lady Tigers 34-29 in...

 

Positive Savage Heat move to 2 more wins

The power of positivity. On a three-game winning streak extended by victories over Victor (48-8) and Valley Christian (41-19) in Hot Springs Thursday...

 

Trotters gain a favorable split

This is what basketball coaches call a favorable split. Coach Jess Nagy and her Plains Trotters...

 

Hoops star wars

May the force be with you... and not with your opponents. It was Star Wars on the basketball court...

 

Warriors turn back Horsemen again

It wasn’t pretty but, in the end Plains’ 80-39 loss in Arlee Thursday was one of the closest games the unbeaten Warriors have been in this...

 

Times a-changin' for HS boys

The times they are a-changin’ for the Hot Springs boys basketball team. Fighting through the season with only six players so far, the Heat’s...

 

Devils beginning to believe

If believing in yourselves is half the battle, the Noxon Red Devil boys are well on the way to becoming all they can be. Coach Bart Haflich and his...

 

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