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Hamilton continues winning streak

The Lady Broncs put two more wins in the book with a 21-0 win over Corvallis on Thursday, and a 6-4 victory over Butte Central on Saturday, keeping their place at the top of the standings in the Southwest A. With Sky Lopez in the circle, pitching, for both games, the Lady Broncs methodically played…

Corvallis wins county meet

There was a bit of drama at the Bob Reed/RCIA track meet on Saturday in Corvallis. With only the six valley schools participating, the events moved right along with smaller numbers competing in each event. Corvallis won both the girls’ and the boys’ team scoring. The 1,600 meter girls’ race came down to two one…

Valley teams battle at Frenchtown

The Frenchtown Invitational Softball Tournament brings teams together that may not always have a chance to play each other during the regular season. Teams may play out of their conference and out of their classification but it all helps with the season coming to a close in just four weeks. All of the valley’s softball…

Blue Devil tennis going strong

The Corvallis Blue Devils have good numbers out for the season this year, according to boys’ coach Chris Maul-Smith and Mike Fehr, the girls’ coach. There are over 20 boys out for the season and 26 girls playing this year. Maul-Smith said he has a lot of freshmen playing and a lot of seniors, some…

Hamilton softballers remain unbeaten

The Hamilton Lady Broncs took on the powerful Polson Pirates at Polson on Saturday and came away with a one run victory. The Lady Broncs held off Polson in the final inning to take the 8-7  win behind the pitching of Sky Lopez. They improved to 6-0. Hamilton scored three of their runs in the…

Corvallis wins own meet

The setting of the Sapphire Twilight Track Meet is beautiful and with the event in the evening, it brings a level of excitement to the field as the lights come on. With the added bonus of trying to make a state qualifying mark, the athletes do their best. This year, Corvallis won both  the girls…

Darrell Holland looks to the future

He is the fellow that is always smiling, even as he is rapidly moving to put out a fire or handle a problem at a basketball tournament or soccer game. He is the person who has made sure the towels have been washed and basketballs are ready to go for warmups. He is the guy…

Corvallis finishes behind AA schools

The MCPS Invitational was held on Saturday at Dornblaser Field in Missoula.  There were 13 teams competing in the cold and windy event. Corvallis came in forth in the boys and fifth in the girls team scoring but aside from the girls’ 1600 relay, didn’t win an event. Hamilton was eighth in the boys and…

Tough enough!

The 9th Annual Sort Pink for Tough Enough to Wear Pink of Montana was held over the weekend at the Sapphire Event Center. Contestants from throughout Montana came to chase cows and raise money for a good cause. Funds raised from the event are used to provide funding for great cancer awareness, education, screening, support,…

Father/son body builders square off

It doesn’t happen very often in the sporting world that a father and son will go head to head in competition but that will be the case this week in Missoula at the Big Sky NPC (National Physique Committee) bodybuilding championships when Caleb Edens will compete against his dad, Jess. The event will be held…