The Havre High senior football players pose for a photo after a practice earlier this week. Tonight will be the final homecoming game for the Blue Pony seniors. Havre takes on Sidney at 7 inside Blue Pony Stadium. When it comes to high school football, every single game is important. After all, there are only so many. But there is something extra special about playing at home, especially when it's homecoming and you're a senior.
Havre High's Noah Azure races in last Saturday's Havre Invitational cross country meet. The Blue Pony boys and girls teams are headed to Missoula for this Saturday's Mountain West Invitational. The meet is one of the biggest high school cross country meets in the Pacific Northwest. The Havre High cross country teams have both have their share of team and individual success stories so far this season.
Havre High's Taylor Gopher, middle, makes a tackle during an Eastern A game against Laurel earlier this month. The Blue Ponies are back in Blue Pony Stadium tonight, as they host the Sidney Eagles for homecoming. For the Havre High football team, the motivation at this point in the season is simple - it's all about getting that elusive first win.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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