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Edman earns buckle at Tevis Cup

    Two years ago, Kathy Edman of Florence attempted to complete the Tevis Cup race, a grueling 100-mile horse race that must be completed in 24 hours, not one minute passed the 24-hour mark. The race, formally known as the Western States Trail Ride, begins in Lake Tahoe at Robie Park. The trail winds…

Bitterroot Swim Team season underway

Bitterroot Swim Team member Lauren Kimzie competed in the breaststroke race during the Bitterroot Swim Team’s meet in Hamilton over the weekend. Other teams competing were Plains, Columbia Falls, Cut Bank, Shelby, Chester, Fort Benton, Conrad/Fairfield, Sunburst, Big Sandy, Lewistown and Choteau. There are about 95 swimmers ranging from 5 years old to 18 years…

‘Spokes and Suds’ to benefit CASA

Kids and bicycles kind of go together. That is the thought behind the Spokes and Suds fundraiser that is happening this weekend in the Hamilton area. The CASA program, Court Appointed Special Advocates, is having a bike ride to raise funds for the program. CASA volunteers are court appointed volunteers who watch over the children…

Darby girls finish second at divisional

  The Darby girls brought home the second place plaque from the Western C Divisional Track Meet on Saturday. They powered through in the final event of the meet, the 1,600 relay, to claim second behind Seeley-Swan in not only the race but also the team scoring. The relay team had to place well in…

Corvallis girls, Hamilton boys take SW A championships

  The Corvallis girls and the Hamilton boys won the Southwest A championships and will take strong teams to the state meet in Butte this Friday and Saturday. Both teams are expected to be the ones to beat at the meet. The Hamilton boys won with 165 points, followed by Corvallis at 135, Stevensville with…

Hamilton & Florence advance to state

  The Western B/C and Southwest A softball divisional tournaments were not without a few surprises. Florence was at the Western B/C in Ronan while Hamilton, Corvallis and Stevensville played in Anaconda. Florence went into the tournament as the No. 1 seed and had a first round bye. However, in their opening game, they ran…

Corvallis girls win title, again

  The Corvallis girls’ tennis team capped their second straight state championship in Billings on Friday. The team put up 33 points, 10 more than second place Hardin to earn the championship. Laramie McHugh led the Blue Devils, capping her season with the state singles title. The junior defeated Barclay Fagg of Billings Central, 6-0,…

Terry Rosin – One of the best

He may be retiring, but coaching is second nature to Terry Rosin of Stevensville and I suspect he will never stop coaching. This was evident at the end of the interview when we walked through the gym. Without missing a step, he gave instructions to a basketball player shooting baskets. I don’t think he even…

Corvallis wins first conference game

        The Corvallis Blue Devils picked up their first conference win on the diamond on Thursday against Stevensville. Corvallis held off a late game surge by the Lady Yellowjackets to win, 12-11. “We lost a close one last week against Dillon, had a lead and gave it away, but we hung on…