Lost amid last week’s manic National Signing Day frenzy was a somewhat shocking decision — or not, depending on whom you talk to — of where the most prolific passer in Montana prep football history will continue his playing career.
Butte High’s Dallas Cook, who practically penned his own chapter in the Montana record books, committed to play junior college ball at North Dakota State College of Science last Wednesday. Continue reading
With about 4 1/2 minutes ticked off the clock in the first quarter of Missoula Big Sky’s home opener with Butte High on Thursday, Eagles center Colin Bingham stepped to the free-throw line for a pair of charity shots.
His team already owned a 14-2 lead, and as Bingham hit his free throw to run the Bulldogs’ deficit to 13 early points, Butte coach Terry Hauser called his first time out of the boys’ basketball game.
That’s when the Big Sky bench exploded.
Two weeks ago we saw the battle of the regular season in Class A soccer up in Whitefish, a potential state title game preview.
Whitefish was undefeated. Stevensville was undefeated. The spectators were salivating.
But this big juicy steak turned out to be a little tough once you got into it. Stevensville scored four times in the second half to run away with a 5-2 match, the first loss for the Bulldogs in 33 matches. Continue reading