BILLINGS – Relegated to the bench after fouling out early in the fourth quarter, Billings Skyview senior Kenzie Ketchum did what she could to still contribute.She handed out water bottles, demonstrated a pivot move during one break, and was the first one to greet the others with encouraging words as they made their way off the floor during timeouts.Whatever it’s going to take to get wins, that's what Ketchum is going to do.
BILLINGS – To say Robbyn Hergenrider is excited to coach her first games this weekend is an understatement. But she’s not going to overstate what the games will mean to her Billings Skyview Falcons girls basketball team.“These first few games we’re just building consistencies,” Hergenrider said earlier this week. “We’re a new coach, a new group of girls. When you look at our team, we’ve never played together in a game. We’re building that continuity among ourselves.
BILLINGS – Nine months removed from their third-place finish at the Class AA state girls basketball tournament, the Billings Senior Broncs insist they’re still invigorated by their season-ending run.Winners of 10 of their last 12 games a year ago, the Broncs opened their 2017-18 season with a 64-48 win over the Laurel Locomotives at the Senior High gym Saturday afternoon. Close
Senior's Tavy Findon dribbles the ball at Billings Senior High School on Saturday, December 2.
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