Hardin’s girls and boys cross-country teams found themselves at the peak of competition Saturday after finishing first at the Eastern A divisionals in Glendive.
Visitors to Pryor’s Chief Plenty Coup State Park watched and learned as Crow tribal members danced, sang and spoke in commemoration of Saturday’s Day of Honor.
With the ending of the school year comes the end of track and field season. The outcome for Hardin athletes: improvements, record-breaking results and one shot put champion.
The Hardin Bulldog tennis team placed in two events at the state tennis tournament held in Livingston and Bozeman last week.
For the first time since 2007, the Hardin Bulldogs played in the Class A Boys Basketball State tournaments at the Adams Center in Missoula.
The Hardin Bulldog wrestling team placed fourth overall at the Eastern/Central A divisional tournament and will be taking 12 wrestlers to the state meet starting Friday.
Hardin’s Lady Bulldogs went two-for-two in the combined Eastern A-Central A Divisional volleyball tournament in Livingston from last Thursday to Saturday, placing fourth overall and qualifying for
A state cross country trophy hasn’t been seen in a while for the Hardin Bulldog teams, but Saturday Hardin landed two with both the boy’s and girl’s teams taking third place in Great Falls.