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Grant Brumwell Finding His Footing

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It's a skill most 10-year-olds have mastered... but its taken Grant Brumwell years to hone the craft. Why? "I had bilateral club feet, this foot was up almost facing all the way in," said Grant.  His mother, Mandy learned about the abnormality at just 22 weeks pregnant, but didn't let that spoil the excitement of her first, and only, baby. "It's your child. I mean, no matter what your gonna love them and no matter what you're gonna do what you have to for them. ... More>>

Early Mistakes Down Mustangs in Loss to Grand Junction

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The Mustangs will try and avoid the sweep on Friday in Grand Junction. First pitch from Suplizio Field is set for 6:40 p.m.

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Beighle flips commitment from Carroll to Tech

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This week recent Sentinel High graduate and Spartans hoops star Sam Beighle decommitted from Carroll College in favor of Montana Tech. The reigning Gatorade Player of the Year for boys basketball in Montana originally committed to the Saints in September of 2017 but made the change of heart public on Wednesday with a simple "Roll Diggs" post on his twitter account.

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Argos Add New Member to Athletic Staff

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The University of Providence announced a new hire in the athletic department at a press conference today.

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Shrine Game Invites Calgary Native to Participate

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The Electric City continues it's preparations for the 72nd Annual East West Shrine Game.

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Carroll Women's Basketball Keeping Joy in Learning

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The 2018 Carroll College Girls Basketball Overnight Camp is hosting dozens of athletes this week. Saints head coach Rachelle Sayers said the program is helping 170 kids in grades 4-12 develop their skills this Monday through Thursday.

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Capital Bruin QB Camp Builds Confidence, Technique

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The Capital Bruin Quarterback Camp is back for a third season. First-year Bruins offensive coordinator and QB coach Bill Cockhill says 40 passers in the 5th-12th grade are spending three days developing every part of their game. 

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Voyagers Hit the Road as Corey Zangari Named Pioneer League Player of the Week

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After playing host to a few teams from the Pioneer League South, the Voyagers will be making their first out of state road trip beginning with a game against Orem on Wednesday. 

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Heights National Senior Baseball Team Headed to Regionals

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Their first game of the tournament will be Thursday at 4 p.m. when they take on Washington.

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Alecis Delivers Gem as Mustangs Take Series with Orem

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The Mustangs have now won four of their last five games and finished their seven-game homestand 4-3.

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Brookies Swimmer Hoping for Olympic Opportunity

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With two state records and two state championships under her cap, Catherine Russo is preparing for the ultimate competition. "It's always been in the back of my mind like, 'oh, I wonder if i can go and do this.' now with my times I'm getting it's becoming definitely more of a possibility," said Brookies swimmer, Catherine Russo.  But what exactly is she training for? "Her times that she swam in high school state were fast. i started looking at them comparat...

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Into the Voyage: The Story Behind The Voyagers

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The voyagers haven't always been known as a the voyagers... in fact, not so long ago they were the White sox, just like ther major league affiliate back in chicago...  "A lot of people know there's a lot of history with the name of the ball club here in Great Falls whether you go back to when we were owned by a beer company we were the Great Falls Electrics, to the Giants, Dodgers, and White Sox, and eventually the team goes we want our own name. We love the White Sox but y...

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Into the Voyage: The Story Behind The Voyagers

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The voyagers haven't always been known as a the voyagers... in fact, not so long ago they were the White sox, just like ther major league affiliate back in chicago...  "A lot of people know there's a lot of history with the name of the ball club here in Great Falls whether you go back to when we were owned by a beer company we were the Great Falls Electrics, to the Giants, Dodgers, and White Sox, and eventually the team goes we want our own name. We love the White Sox but y... More>>

At the Finish Line with the Winners of the Missoula Marathon

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Around 6,000 runners participated in Missoula marathon this year and runners from all over finished their race in downtown missoula. Runners had great weather to work with early this morning. Perhaps the good weather helped Mark Messmer from Missoula and keely baker from great falls to win the full Missoula Marthon.  "All year one of my top goal's was to win the win this marathon. So it's like a dream come true," said Keely Baker of Great Falls. Baker was the firs...

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Billings Stingrays Impress at Montana Long Course Championship

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The Billings Aquatic Club Stingrays had a great showing, with a ton of top times at the Montana Long Course Championship.

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Mustangs Win Over Owlz Forces Rubber Match Monday

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The Mustangs and Owlz will face off in a decisive game three of their series Monday at Dehler Park. First pitch is set for 7:05 p.m.

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Voyagers Rally Back To Sweep Owls at Home

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Final Great Falls: 15 Orem: 11 More>>

Local Drivers Chasing Sprint Car Dreams

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The ASCS Grizzly Nationals ran in Belgrade for the third time this year and might already be the biggest annual sprint car race in Montana. Two local drivers gave SWX Montana some idea of what it's like to strap in and stand on the loud-pedal of a 360 cubic inch speed machine.

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55th East Helena Valley Rodeo: In-County Night

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The 55th annual East Helena Valley Rodeo began Thursday as local contestants showed off their skills at the in-county night. 

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Huestis Camp Wraps Up in Great Falls

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Despite playing basketball across the country, Huestis has kept an eye on his alma mater. 

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East Helena Valley Rodeo Turning 55 This Year

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The 55th annual East Helena Valley Rodeo begins Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. with the in-county event featuring local cowboys and cowgirls. 

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Capital Basketball Camp Develops Young Talent, Passion

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This year's Capital High boys basketball camp wrapped up Thursday and head coach Guy Almquist estimates that 120 campers from in and around the capital city invaded the "Bear Den" this week. 

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Carroll Volleyball Building High School Skills, Team Chemistry

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The 18th annual Carroll College Saints volleyball overnight camp wrapped up on Wednesday. Saints head coach Maureen Boyle says more than 100 high school players spent four days developing their game. 

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Quarterback Chris Murray ruled out for Cats

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It's been a crazy day here in Bozeman for the Bobcat football community. Starting quarterback, Chris Murray, has announced that he is out for the 2018 season to focus on his academics. "I think for our team, this is not something that is a surprise," said head coach Jeff Choate in a Wednesday press conference. "This has been something that we knew was a possibility and we didn't get any closure on it until Monday." Coach Choate can only release so much ...

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NBA free agent Josh Huestis hosts basketball camp and speaks on mental health

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Today is day two of the Josh Huestis basketball camp at CMR. Huestis is  currently an NBA free agent, he most recently played with the Oklahoma City Thunder. but with the NBA and school both on summer vacation, Huestis is relishing the chance to come back home and help foster growth in the electric city's hoops community. Huestis says that his basketball camp is something he looks forward to every year and hopes to help the young players develop their skills a...

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Gallatin Valley BMX booms in weekly racing

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Gallatin Valley BMX is boasting upwards of 40 racers every Thursday night. It's not just the popularity of the sport that is causing the growth through, some of it is due to a special class of racers.

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Inside the Voyage: History Room

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Jim Eakland loves baseball. "Well what I have here is a record of the players, pictures and stuff from 1892. That was when the first professional baseball team was in Great Falls," said Eakland.  But one thing he loves more than playing the sport is talking about it. What once started as a passion for sharing the game has evolved into a magical world of history frozen in time.  . "A lot of it has been given, donated but a lot of it is just that I just found,... More>>

Mustangs Win First Series of Season Over Brewers

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The Mustangs have now won four of their last six games and three of the last four to earn the series victory.

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Mustangs Leave Opportunities on the Field in Loss to Brewers

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The Mustangs and Brewers will face off in a decisive game three to finish their series Friday at Dehler Park. First pitch is set for 7:05 p.m.

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Vote now for Dust Devils' Gesa Stadium as Best Short-Season Ball Park

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While the Dust Devils and Spokane Indians battle it out on the diamond, it also turns out - both clubs will meet in the finals of Ballpark Digest's search for America's Best Short-Season Ball Park. 

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Into the Voyage: Voice of the Voyagers

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For the past three seasons, Shawn Tieman has had the best seat in the house and with great seats, comes great responsibility.  "I'm the radio broadcaster but I also handle the media relations, which is dealing with folks like you at TV Stations, maybe some other radio stations, interview requests..." said Tieman.    Tieman typically arrives at the ballpark around 10 AM, preparing game notes for himself as well as visiting broadcasters.    "It... More>>

Hunter Braaton Looks to Win World Championship in Arm Wrestling

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As Hunter Braaton prepares for a shot at an arm wrestling world championship, there is a way you can help him make his dream come true.

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GFCC's Ambuehl Commits to Griz

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GFCC's Ambuehl Commits to Griz

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Morony Natatorium Provides Summer Swimming Opportunities

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Summer is here in the Treasure State, and while the weather outside might not have been sunny today, the water at the Morony Natatorium was just fine. 

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Journey of Hope visits Bozeman during cross-country bike trip

The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity made a pit stop in Bozeman on their cross-country trip from Seattle to Washington DC to spread a message of acceptance and understanding for people with disabilities.

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Electric City Speedway Celebrates 65 Years

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The Electric City Speedway is celebrating 65 years of racing in 2018.

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Argos Looking to Change the Soccer Culture in Great Falls

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Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, but it hasn't quite reached that caliber in the treasure state. 

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Helena Halos Growing Up Together

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"Not only are we teaching these kids about the game of softball but we're teaching them about life."

Carroll College softball assistant coach Sarah Birnel established Helena Halos Fast-Pitch Softball in 2015. 

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Voyagers Pitcher Returns Home

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Getting to the pros is no easy task. Often times, players have to travel thousands of miles away from home to make their dream a reality.  "I grew up playing Little League here, so it's where it all started, and it's where my pro career is gonna start too, so it's kinda weird, kinda a coincidence, but it's pretty cool." said Heuer.  Following high school, Heuer made the move to collegiate baseball at Wichita State; where he eventually became the "Friday nigh... More>>

Goldsmith Gallery Legion Baseball Tournament Highlights

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Opening day highlights and results from the Goldsmith Gallery Legion Tournament.

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Augusta Little League Thriving after Resurgence

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Augusta Little League Thriving after Resurgence

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Hutton Family Puts the "Heart" in the Heart and Sole Run

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Like many families, for Alan Hutton and his daughter Courtney, Father's Day weekend just wouldn't be the same without the Heart and Sole run.

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Thurber Family Keeping "CMR Pride" Alive

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Construction on the new CMR fitness center is moving right along. Tuesday afternoon, the Great Falls Public Schools foundation held a meeting to approve the new signs that will go on both the inside and outside of the building.

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UP Argos Host Youth Hoops Camp

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As we now pass mid-June, basketball season is long gone; but for dedicated young hoopers, now is the time to get better.  Steve Keller has been coaching in Montana for decades. 

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Belt PRCA Rodeo Highlights

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Highlights from the PRCA Rodeo in Belt, Montana More>>

Voyagers Walk Off To Take Opener

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Final Brewers: 5 Voyagers: 6 More>>

Voyagers Readying for 2018 Season

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Last year… the Voyagers were one game away from winning the Pioneer League title.

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Mustangs Announce Season Opening Roster

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The Mustangs open the ’18 Pioneer League season at Dehler Park in Billings on Friday, June 15th, when they play host to the Missoula Osprey at 7:05 pm MDT.

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Ennis' Wood Twins Excited for Call Up at Badlands Bowl

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For Ennis twins Corbin and Tanner Wood, being on team Montana wouldn't be the same without each other.

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Brewers Prepare for Final Season in Helena

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The Brewers came to Helena in 1978, and after nearly 40 seasons of baseball, 2018 will be the team's last in Montana.

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