These two cross country runners had standout seasons that culminated at the state meet in October.
The Hamilton boys earned their fourth team title in school history while the Laurel girls broke a 27-year streak to win just their second. The Broncs were led atop the podium by both the boys and girls individual winners.
With a roster full of juniors, the Hamilton boys team looks like the favorite to win its first state cross country title since 2014 this weekend. How did the Broncs get to this point?
After feeling he was wasting his talent, Ronan's Brant Heiner dedicated himself to tireless training and now is seeking to become the school's first state cross country champion this weekend.
Things look a little different this year in all aspects of high school life, and cross country is no exception.
Roundup from football, volleyball, soccer, cross country and golf around Montana on Friday.
GREAT FALLS -- The 2018 girls state cross country meet left a sour taste in the mouths of the Bozeman Hawks after their 11-year win streak was snapped by Missoula Hellgate.
HAMILTON — Brynnli Poulsen did nothing to discourage her status as favorite for the Class A state cross country title with her performance at the Western A Classic on Poulsen's home course of the Hamilton Golf Club.
Big leads in a race, like the ones Hamilton junior Brynnli Poulsen has had this season in cross country, can sometimes keep a runner from pushing themselves to a faster time.
LAUREL — The Montana High School Association's girls' track records are in need of a bit of updating thanks to Corvallis' Calla Haldorson and …
CORVALLIS — Hamilton senior Jacob Campbell put on quite the show from the throwing pits at Corvallis' Bob Reed track and field meet on Saturday.
MISSOULA — Darby's Gracie Lang hasn't been at 100-percent health for any state meet during her three-year high school career.