MISSOULA — Hamilton's well-respected and highly successful cross country coach, Mark Albert, has resigned after 20 years at the helm.
Both helped lead their teams to their first state titles in more than 20 years.
Rostad's 228 yards and three TDs were too much as Hamilton capped a perfect season..
Photos from the Hamilton Broncs’ game against the Laurel Locomotives in the Class A state championship at Laurel High School on Saturday, Nov.…
The Locomotives and Broncs, both 10-0, have been on a collision course for much of the season.
While Montana and coach Bobby Hauck will be playing for the state championship on the college level Saturday, two of his former players will be trying to coach their teams to high school state titles this weekend.
MISSOULA — Two of Hamilton's top runners from the dominant Class A cross country, and the track and field team, are sticking in the western part of the Treasure State for college.
It's championship Saturday at the tournament.
Day 2 of the tournament narrows the field to three teams.
Billings Central is the defending champions, but all nine teams start their pursuit of the title today in Bozeman.
Tim Zohner struggled to stay healthy his sophomore and junior seasons but now the senior tailback is part of powerful one-two punch for Hamilton.
Class B had by far the biggest shakeup in the second week of the high school football rankings.
Missoula Sentinel and Billings West had an epic rematch, and the two are rewarded with the top slots in the first 406mtsports.com high school football rankings.
Recapping all the action from the first day at the Class A girls state basketball tournament in Great Falls.
The Locomotives won in Hamilton to advance to their second-straight Class A football championship.
One of them transferred from Stevensville. The other one came from Wisconsin. Together, they're known as "Ben-squared" and have helped boost the Hamilton football team to the State A semifinals on Saturday.
Here's a guide to everything you need to know about playoff-bound western Montana football teams
Missoula Sentinel, Hamilton, Manhattan and Fort Benton are No. 1 in the season's final rankings.
The Hamilton boys earned their fourth team title in school history while the Laurel girls broke a 27-year streak to win just their second. The Broncs were led atop the podium by both the boys and girls individual winners.
FRENCHTOWN — Hamilton picked the perfect week to practice the scoop-and-score.
CORVALLIS — Replacing a record-breaking quarterback comes with a certain level of pressure.