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Hawk Football unable to stop Circle's Offense

Despite causing three turnovers against Circle at last weekend's home game, the Broadus Hawks Football team wasn't able to overcome the Circle Widcat's offense. "Our defense struggled with tackles,"...

 

Cross Country team qualifies for State

Two weeks ago, the Cross Country team traveled to Crow agency to run a very challenging course, with a hill known as ‘Gas Cap Hill’. The two Broadus runners, Lea Aye and Rachel Rasmussen, were both physically and mentally prepared for the...

 

Lady Hawk Volleyball plays three matches

The Broadus High School Volleyball team and coaches had a busy week, hosting Belle Fourche last Tuesday, then going on the road, traveling to Wibaux on Friday and Jordan on Saturday. The...

 

Hawk football travels to Fairview

The Broadus Hawk Football team traveled to Fairview on Saturday to face off against the undefeated conference powerhouse, which is ranked 3rd in the State. Broadus Head Coach Ross Randall's plan was...

 

Junior High Volleyball Season Off and Running

The Junior High Lady Hawk volleyball team is off and running with twenty team members which include: Eighth Graders: Hylee Layne, Lyza McMullan, Rheanna Schroeder, & Dharma Sturtz; Seventh Graders: Graci Barbero, Alexis Desatoff, Emma Isaacs, Aspen...

 

Broadus hosts weekend of High School rodeo action

The Broadus Rodeo Club held their annual High School/ Jr. High/YRA Rodeo on September 8 & 9, 2018. It was a busy weekend for all the members and their families. Competing members from the Broadus...

 

Lady Hawks tame the Circle Wildcats

The Broadus Lady Hawk Volleyball team played an excellent match last week, as they hosted Circle. With two varsity players out with injuries – Jadyn Traub and Brooke Burley, the Lady Hawks had to rely on some younger help, and help they did, as...

 

Hawk Football wins at Lame Deer

The Broadus Hawk Football Team racked up another win this weekend, as they traveled west to face Lame Deer. The Hawks went to Lame Deer hungry for that win, after losing soundly to Culbertson here in...

 

Cross Country team runs in historic first meet for Broadus

Three Broadus girls traveled to Billings last Friday, making school history, as the first ever cross-country team to run for Broadus High School! Not only was this the first meet for the school and...

 

Hawks fall to Culbertson at home

"We were overconfident", Broadus Football Head Coach said of the game against Culbertson this weekend, which Broadus lost 0-38. The loss came on the heels of a 30-0 Broadus win against Forsyth the pre...

 

Lady Hawks win first home game

Broadus hosted Terry on Tuesday of last week, for the first regular season match outside of the Fairview Tournament. Unfortunately, two Broadus starters, Brooke Burley and Jadyn Traub, had been...

 

Mondak ends Kaycee's win streak in Broadus

Broadus enjoyed a special treat last weekend, hosting not one but two football games. On Friday, PRCDHS handily rounded up the Forsyth Dogies 30-0, while on Saturday, the town of Broadus played host t...

 

Hawks corral the Dogies in opening week football action

The Broadus Hawk High School football team kicked off their first game of the season at home last Friday, playing perennial rival Forsyth. Last year, Forsyth dropped down to 8-man, and were a tough te...

 

Lady Hawks begin Volleyball season in Fairview

The Broadus Lady Hawk Volleyball team traveled to the Fairview Tournament last Saturday for their season opener, which meant a number of matches played in quick succession for the Lady Hawks. Long-time Head Coach Gordon Archer noted that the 8th...

 

Broadus Junior Bowlers receive awards

The Broadus Junior Bowling League wrapped up their season with awards won at State Jr. Bowling in Billings. We're very proud of our 4 bowlers: Kole Hand, Luke Herzog, Gracie Barbero and Layla Preite....

 

A new sport begins this fall – Cross Country

Over the years, an undercurrent for a new sport in Broadus slowly bubbled beneath the surface. This spring, that sport became reality, when Boys Golf became a sport in Broadus, for the first time in the school’s history. Along with Golf, another...

 

Broadus to host game featuring 6-man football powerhouses

Locals who can’t get enough high school football are in luck this weekend, as Broadus will play host to two state champion teams. The game, which will take place at the PRCDHS football field on Saturday, at 1:00 PM, will feature 6-man powerhouse...

 

Schaffer wins Working Horse Show

Taegen Schaffer and her horse, Molly, won the Powder River Working Horse Show on Saturday. Temperatures topping out at an official 106 degrees in Broadus made for tough conditions during the nine...

 

East Fork Ranch Rodeo Results

Last Friday, the East Fork Roping Club sponsored their annual Ranch Rodeo, at the fairground in Broadus. The event was very well attended, with the stands full of eager fans, despite the warm conditions. According to East Fork representative Shavon...

 

FUN SIBLING RIVALS, THE LOCKWOODS ARE HOPEFUL TO ONE DAY RIDE TOGETHER ON PREMIER SERIES

a joking matter when the two put aside their cowboy hats and pulled out their Xbox 360 controllers. It wasn’t uncommon for a controller or two to be thrown across the room as Jess would be taking Kobe Bryant to the hole and slamming a dunk down...

 

Kids tee off at Junior Golf Tournament

The Inaugural Rolling Hills Junior Golf tournament was held last weekend, put on by Chad and Cynde Jo Gatlin, along with Pete Wenzel. The tournament, which featured 24 players between ages 6 and 15,...

 

Scramble 4 a Cure raises money for local cancer fund

The 14th annual Scramble 4 a Cure was a huge success, with 18 teams competing on Friday and 20 teams on Saturday. Unfortunately, weather cancelled play on Friday night, and the day’s event was made into a 9 hole tournament. The team of Ryan...

 

45 Years of Coaching

When Broadus Head Track Coach Jerry Coulter is referred to as "long time coach", some may not realize just how long he has served the community. Jerry received a longevity plaque at the Montana...

 

Spencer Damm Tournament draws golfers to Broadus

July 14th & 15th marked the 21st annual Spencer Damm Memorial Golf Tournament hosted at Rolling Hills Golf Course. We are proud to say that over the past 21 years the Spencer Memorial Golf Tournament has generated over $300,000 for our small...

 

Locals compete at National Little Britches Rodeo

Earlier this week, Garrett Cunningham and Chalee Harms returned from their trip to Guthrie, Oklahoma, after competing in the 2018 National Little Britches Finals Rodeo. The rodeo, which featured over...

 

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