There will be no football in Helena tonight.Schools in Flathead County were closed again this morning following a series of threats made via anonymous text and email late Wednesday night. Schools were closed Thursday after multiple districts received the threats. The decision was made to continue those closures on Friday, and also to cancel all athletics for Kalispell Flathead and Glacier through the weekend.Glacier was to play Helena High at Vigilante Stadium at 7 p.m.
HELENA -- The NA3HL season is mere days away.At least, it was supposed to be.But according to a pair of league sources with direct knowledge of the situation, there will be at least one fewer team playing in the league’s Frontier Division this season. Out for 2017-18, one source said, are the recently relocated Butte Cobras. Another source said that, in fact, two teams would be folding. There is no confirmation of which team will join Butte, but speculation centered on the Billings Bulls.
HELENA -- A little less than two minutes into the second quarter, Helena High had run only seven offensive plays.The Bengals, though, led Hellgate 34-point lead.The game, which ended in a 67-6 Helena win, went much as expected Friday night at Vigilante Stadium. Helena (2-1) finished with 419 yards of total offense and 10 touchdowns, while limiting Hellgate to 197 yards yards. The Knights, though, also gave away 125 yards in penalties.
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