The Big Sky Co-ed Softball League is getting ready for another action-packed season. Team sign-ups are being accepted now. There are limited spots available and they fill up quickly, so act fast!
Angler Ben Baker works the Gallatin River near the confluence of Hell Roaring Creek on Sunday, April 8. It was his first day out in 2018 and he counseled his fishing buddy to not let start-of-the-season rustiness cause them to “whip it too hard—you’ll lose your fly. You know that snapping sound? And your fly is suddenly gone?”
Big Sky Ski Education Foundation alumnae and Ophir School graduate Reece Bell, 16, won two national titles at the Delancey Junior British Ski Championships, in Tignes, France, March 31 and April 1. On the 31st, Bell picked up the U18 slalom championship and on the 1st she snagged the U18 giant slalom (GS) win.
Snow blew sideways outside as Head Coach Dave Brekke watched his track and field team warm up in the Lone Peak High gym on April 2. The week before, practices were in preparation for the first track meet on April 3 in Bozeman, but weather moved in and the meet was cancelled.
During a recent U.S. Olympic Committee visit to the Yellowstone Club, two Olympic skiers— Nick Goepper and Mac Bohonnon—carved out some time to meet with the students of Lone Peak High and Ophir Middle School for a Q&A session.
Just days after deciding to bring an annual, sanctioned Ski Joring America competition to Big Sky, Big Sky Resort Ski Patroller Pete Jessen, his wife Anna and a handful of other skijoring enthusiasts created the Big Sky Skijoring Association.
For eleven-year-old Sawyer Wolfe and his freeride teammates, it’s all about going “mach chicken.” For those not in the know, that means straight-lining your skis, going as fast as you can.
Big Sky Ski Education Foundation Program Director Jeremy Ueland started last weekend—Feb. 23-25—at Bridger Bowl, where U16 Big Sky racers competed in qualifying races.
The final District 11C tournament game in Churchill for the Lady Big Horns began with the team huddling up and cheering “Fight! Fight! Fight!” It ended with a second-place trophy.
(L to R) Ivy Hicks, Brooke Botha, Jayleen Cole, Sara Wilson, Emma Flach, KP Hoffman, Solae Swenson and Reilly Germain.