The University of Great Falls lacrosse team picked up its very first win in program history Saturday at the University of Montana. The Argos downed Portland State University, 12-11.
Great Falls was led by attacker Josh Smith who produced half of the team's goals with six. Marcus Fakkema and Trevor Laforte each added two goals while Joey Moser tallied four assists for the Argos.
Net-minder Salvatore Principe III had a stellar game in goal and helped anchor the defensive effort with 24 saves.
"I was very happy with the performance today," stated Argo head coach Bryan Jenkins. "All of the hard work these guys have been putting in paid off. They deserved to come out on top."
The Argos move to 1-3 on the season and are in action next against tColorado School of Mines on April 11 in Bozeman, Mont. Start time is set for 5 p.m.
GREAT FALLS- For almost two weeks, the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has been searching for any signs of a stolen military bag taken on the Fourth of July.
MISSOULA - Police released new information and new photos showing what Jermain Charlo was wearing before she disappeared on June 16 in Missoula. Det. Guy A. Baker said Tuesday that police are still searching for the woman, who was last seen near downtown Missoula late that Saturday night.
Witnesses say the driver was traveling over 100 MPH and tried to light a cigarette, causing her car to go over the median and roll over.
Just after midnight on Monday, July 16th, the Helena Police Department received a call that a man had just "broken into the Humane Society and wanted to get arrested."