We want to celebrate members of the Class of 2020 who were unable to compete in their final seasons after they were canceled due to the COVID-…
The Montana High School Association determined the spring 2021 state sites and most of the 2021-22 locations.
Konner Flint, Caidin Hill, Landri Paladichuk and Emma Woods are some of the names that likely would have highlighted this year's Class B and C…
After placing second at state the previous three seasons, the Shelby girls golf team had a great shot to break through this spring. COVID-19 r…
Montana high school athletic departments have saved some money this spring. Athletic directors are unhappy about that for several reasons.
The MHSA initially had said schools would have to be back in session by May 4 to be able to have spring sports.
The spring sports suspension's deadline is the same day as Montana's stay-at-home order and K-12 school closure.
The MHSA originally planned to review the springs sports suspension on April 13, but new developments have caused the reevaluation date to move up.
"The MHSA Executive Board and Staff doesn’t want to give false hope regarding the resumption of spring activities, however we don’t want to ma…
The MHSA will reevaluate the spring sports season's status on April 13.
One athletic director, two assistant coaches and 12 head coaches are finalists for NHSACA national honors.
The additions of two sanctioned high school sports were approved at the MHSA's annual meeting.
BOZEMAN — Butte quarterback Tommy Mellott and Billings West golfer Carrie Carpenter are the 406mtsports.com Athletes of the Month for September.
Despite heavy winds and snowfall, the Class AA State Golf Championships pressed on and so did the competitors.
As Justus Verge watched several people wipe their gloves along the 9th green at Meadow Lark Country Club in attempts to clear the surface from…
Class AA State Tournament
GREAT FALLS — Inflated scores and frustrated competitors were the first imprint of the winds sweeping across Meadow Lark Country Club.
State AA Golf
LAUREL — Laurel fell one stroke short of sweeping all four Class A state tournament golf titles on Friday at Laurel Golf Club.
State A Golf Meet