Athletics Archive

Posted on September 11, 2017

CHS Girls Cross Country Takes 3rd!!

“Capital High’s girls earned the top local placing at Bozeman’s Invitational Cross Country Meet on Saturday, followed by Helena High’s boys who finished fifth…

Capital’s girls, under Katie Gilboy, were led by Alana Tonidandel, who placed 13th with a time of 19:39.  Teammate Nina Bracht-Bedell finished 20th in 20:02, while Meghan Robinson ran a 20:48 and took 34th.”

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Posted on April 19, 2017

Spring Physical Information!

Great Opportunity for a Spring Physical AND help your school!

Check this out!  Physical Flyer 2017

Posted on June 21, 2016

REMINDER – Get Your Sport Physicals Before Fall Sports Begin!

Each athlete MUST have a completed physical form and signed concussion form before they can start practice. Bring the completed forms the first day. For more information in regard to the concussion statement, please go to the MHSA home page: www.mhsa.org, “Sports Medicine.”

All required forms are found below or can be picked up in the Main Office at CHS. Sport participation fees are as follows. A high school student activity card will be $30 for the school year. Fall-Winter-Spring sports:

1st activity – $70 (Activity Card included)

2nd activity – $40

3rd activity – $40

Adult Activity Card – $50

K-8th grade Activity Card – $30

For more information and forms please see our Athletics Page.

Posted on May 12, 2016

Burton & Floerchinger “Leaving Their Marks”

BurtonThursday marks the 43rd annual crosstown track and field meet, when Helena High and Capital High square off at Vigilante Stadium beginning at 3:30 p.m.

Among the seniors from both schools competing in their final intra-city meet are two of the more versatile athletes from this year’s class — Capital’s Danny Burton and Helena’s Shanna Floerchinger.

Burton is a four-sport athlete, competing in football, basketball and track for the Bruins, and Legion baseball for the Helena Senators. Floerchinger will graduate with an HHS record-tying 12 letters, four each in soccer, basketball and track and field.”

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Posted on May 10, 2016

Bruins’ Quick Commits to CC Volleyball!

“Capital High School libero Madison Quick signed a letter of intent to play quick vbvolleyball at Carroll College, head coach Maureen Boyle announced Monday.

Quick, a three-sport athlete and an eight-time letter-winner, comes to Carroll as the Capital High record holder in career digs (940), season digs (472) and match digs (37). She was named Second-Team All-State and a Second-Team All-Conference Libero.”

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Posted on May 9, 2016

Bruins Earn Softball Split with Eagles, Spartans!

They would have preferred a Senior Day sweep but Capital settled for a split on softball 2Saturday, rebounding from a 6-1 loss to Missoula Big Sky with a 7-1 win over Sentinel at Northwest Park.

That brings the Bruins’ record to 10-7 overall and 7-4 in Western AA play.

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Posted on May 9, 2016

Four Local Doubles Teams, One Singles Netter Make Semis!!

tennis“Four local doubles teams — three from Helena High and one from Capital — and one Bengal singles netter have qualified for the semifinals at the 43rd annual Helena Tennis Invitational.”

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Posted on May 9, 2016

Bengals, Bruins Sweep Track Triangulars

“The Capital High boys and girls both brought home wins from a triangular in top 10Great Falls on Saturday. The boys won with 78 points to Missoula Big Sky’s 53 and Great Falls’ 49, while the girls blew to an easy win with 89 points. Big Sky finished with 49 and the Great Falls girls had 43.”

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Posted on May 9, 2016

CHS Freshmen Girls Fourth in Missoula!

top 10The Capital High freshman girls track and field team placed fourth at the Missoula Freshman Invitational last week behind Audrey Bloomquist’s 30-point performance.

Posted on May 3, 2016

Miller Wins 300th in Kalispell

softball 2“Capital High coach Mike Miller earned his 300th career win in the first game of a doubleheader in Kalispell on Saturday, when his Lady Bruins outlasted Flathead in nine innings, 11-7.”

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