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Bigfork’s Brandon Hopkins would like nothing more than to become a professional athlete someday.
Bigfork High School’s new head football coach Jim Benn will be looking to appreciate every moment this year as he and the Vikings look to improve on their 3-6 record from a year ago.
While basketball was her favorite sport when she was younger, Bigfork’s Isabella Santistevan is most disappointed in missing out on her final season of golf ...
Last Friday it was the Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl and on Saturday the final piece to Montana’s usually busy summer All-Star schedule was canceled: The Class B Big Sky All-Star football game.
Bigfork High School senior Monique Gomez played three sports during her time as a Valkyrie, but track was easily her favorite.
Valkyrie athlete Ashton McAnally will have to settle for a single Class B state shot put title after losing her senior season to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bigfork High School senior Meredith Bedford participated in several activities during her time as a Valkyrie, but tennis was easily her favorite.
Bigfork High School senior Hattie Emslie has learned a lot from participating in sports over the past four years.
Jessop has run cross country, participated in track and was also a member of the speech and debate team, overcoming personal obstacles in each one.
Valkyries golfer Carly Stodghill knows about overcoming adversity.
Seventeen-year-old Vikings senior Robert Kaiser transfered to Bigfork from Oregon in his sophomore year. While in Bigfork, Kaiser played several sports for t...
Megan Baxter of Thomspon Falls, Maggie Graves of Eureka and Ansleigh Edgerton of Bigfork were named All-State for Class B girls basketball in voting by Weste...
Viking basketball standout Colt Thorness will be taking the court for the University of Providence next season, the Argos announced Monday.
Former Viking basketball standout Beau Santistevan will be making the move to Rocky Mountain College next season after spending two years at Dawson Community College in Glendive.
Many businesses across the Flathead Valley are closed due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak, including most recreational facilities.