State A tennis: Polson's Todd, Hamilton's Purcell win singles; Polson boys, Miles City girls nab team titles
The Polson boys and Miles City girls garnered the team trophies at the State A tennis meet in Missoula.
State AA tennis: Missoula Hellgate ends Bozeman's 10-year reign as girls team champion; Bozeman Gallatin wins boys team title
It was a special day for Missoula Hellgate's Banziger sisters. Elliotte won the singles title and Laine teamed with Brooke Best to win doubles gold.
Fifteen months ago, Alina Kot and her family fled Ukraine as war raged with Russia. On Thursday, she reached the State A tennis semifinals for Miles City.
The State AA tennis meet will wrap up Friday afternoon in Kalispell.
Over 400 Montanans in the Class of 2023 have committed to or signed with college athletic programs so far.
Montana's state tennis tournaments will start Thursday in Kalispell, Missoula and Great Falls.
The Hellgate girls and Loyola boys tennis teams piled up a lot of points at divisionals, putting them in good position for state starting Thursday.
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Missoula Loyola junior Dillon Taylor is determined to earn his first State B-C singles championship next week after taking third last season.
Loyola has a formidable boys doubles team in Carter Topp and Joe Kirschenmann. The juniors have lost only once as a duo, that coming in the State B-C finals last year.
The MHSA had previously announced this week that it had finalized numerous state event sites for the 2023-24 and 2024-25 school years.
The Hellgate girls are a force to be reckoned with, led by dedicated year-'round players Brooke Best and sisters Laine and Elliotte Banziger.
Sentinel's Megan Prentice and Summer Palmer showed they're good cold-weather tennis players Friday morning, upsetting a team that took sixth at state.
Photos from the high school doubles tennis match between Big Sky's Amber Williams and Kaydn Eastern and Sentinel's Megan Prentice and Summer Palmer at Fort Missoula, Friday, April 14, 2023.
Darby, Mission and Superior tennis teams played in Darby on Friday, and the weather allowed it.
“There was a lot of really good tennis today – both Hamilton and Corvallis,” Hamilton Broncs coach Bryan Dufresne said.
Sentinel's Noah Nelson is in a mission to make his senior tennis season a memorable one.
All three Missoula Class AA tennis programs have state-tested players returning this season.
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The defending champion Missoula Loyola girls and boys tennis teams will debut on Saturday in Polson.
Isolated in a west-heavy field of prep programs, the Cougars and Eagles are looking to make their initial marks in the sport for eastern Montana.
Iona Stookey of Huntley Project and Josh Munro of Kalispell Glacier have been named national coaches of the year for the 2021-22 school year by the National Federation of State High School Associations Coaches Association.
Stookey has been at Huntley Project for 37 years, and Munro at Glacier for 16.
Over 500 Montanans in the Class of 2022 have committed to or signed with college athletic programs so far.
The Miles City tennis player and Dillon track and field athlete posted impressive performances at state in May.
A Miles City tennis player and Dillon track and field athlete posted impressive performances at state in May.
Loyola's Evelyn Dechans is the Missoulian/Republic Services tennis player of the year for 2021-22.