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Cabrera, Dickey help Jays trample Red Sox
Melky Cabrera and R.A. Dickey helped the Toronto Blue Jays romp past the Boston Red Sox 14-1 on Monday night.
Judge rules for S. Sterling in sale of Clippers
A judge ruled against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling on Monday in his attempt to block the $2 billion sale of the Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
NBPA elects 1st big league female union chief
Washington, D.C., attorney Michele Roberts has been voted in as the new executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, becoming the first woman to head up a major sports union.
Sources: Clippers' Griffin has back fracture
Clippers forward Blake Griffin withdrew last week from Team USA training camp for the FIBA World Cup because he was advised by doctors to give a small fracture in his back more time to heal before the start of the next NBA season, sources told
NCAA settles concussion suit with $70M fund
The NCAA has agreed to settle a class-action head injury lawsuit.
Montana Outdoor Radio Show
Crazy Kayaking Down Concrete Drainage Ditch
Ben Marr, who is a Teva athlete, must be somewhat of an adrenaline junkie, as he filmed his kayak ride down a concrete drainage ditch that put him into Lions Bay in British Columbia while reaching top speed at 35 mph!  I am not, nor would I ever be, daring enough to try this, but I sure [...]
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report for the Week of 7.28.14
Canyon Ferry:  Rainbow trout are being caught near the Dam, around Cemetery Island and mid reservoir trolling attractors/flashers, tipped with worms, or using worms from shore.  The walleye bite continues to be excellent with continued consistent weather patterns and warmer water temperatures. Fish the south end of the reservoir by trolling worm harnesses (with worms or [...]
Catch on Quick! (by Montana Grant)
Catching fish for food is a healthy and tasteful way to celebrate your fishing success. What you do with your fresh caught fish is truly a matter of taste! We have all seen anglers hang their catch on a stringer, throw them on a beach, into a bucket, creel, or cooler. Which way is best? [...]