Players were just starting to arrive for a night of co-ed softball as Big Sky Community Organization volunteer Dave Schwalbe gave the field a once-over before competition began. He didn’t have a game at 6 p.m., but was there anyway, ready to step up as umpire if he was needed.
John Hannahs was playing pickup basketball a couple months back when he felt a jolt of pain shoot through his leg. He’d ruptured his Achilles tendon, an injury that took him off the court but did not sideline his enthusiasm for community athletics.
Online video highlights of the Capistrano Valley Christian Eagles offer a glimpse of what’s to come this season for Lone Peak High School football. The Big Horns are already blessed with returning quarterback Frankie Starz, who averaged three passing touchdowns per game last season.
Anyone familiar with the sport of golf knows there’s a significant amount of frustration involved in a day on the course. That was not the case on Monday, July 9 when 33 teams hit the greens for the annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of Gallatin County Celebrity Golf Tournament.
Like dirt bikes revving loudly and lined up at the start of a motocross race, an armada of kayakers grouped in a line, shoulder to shoulder for the start of the recent boater x event on the Gallatin River.
Big Sky snowboarder Holden Samuels has just served notice that he’s a threat to qualify for the Freeride World Tour in his first season on the adult Freeride World Qualifier tour, taking the win on June 14 at Beartooth Basin.
It was all downhill for some of the guests at Big Sky Resort’s summer opening on Friday, June 8. Downhill biking, that is. Leading up to opening day, the resort had announced mountain biking trails wouldn’t be ready until June 23.
It’s the golf equivalent of after-work softball, but teams don’t necessarily represent local businesses. Three friends get together, form a team and then two of the three compete once a week.
Coach Jenny Wilcynski and her Big Horn golfers finished the first day of competition at the class C state finals determined to do better and on the second day, Wilcynski’s team delivered. Playing the scenic course at Fairmont Hot Springs, both the boys’ and girls’ teams mounted a day-two surge.