Do you know a young lady here in Montana that demonstrates true grit and grace? A young lady with faith, strength, and patriotism? If so, you're going to want to let her know about this opportunity coming up.
Flint: "I have chosen to be in Bozeman to watch my girls compete in the big MSU Spring Rodeo in Brick Breeden Fieldhouse, and raise the National Championship banner. Thank you to the PBR for allowing me this opportunity..."
We chatted with a former CIA operations officer on Russia/Ukraine, Gary Marbut with the Montana Shooting Sports Association, and we talked with the Gallatin Futbol Foundation about an upcoming exchange trip to Tanzania featuring Bozeman high school students.
Here's what stood out to me with all of these games, and all of these victories. You notice it wasn't simply about getting a trophy. It wasn't about simply being declared a winner. It was about having the chance to EARN IT.
Lockwood is going to have a chance to show off their impressive new high school, and Billings is going to land the business. But I gotta say, I feel bad for our friends in Bozeman who are now losing out on some business, and some great basketball as well.