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The first-ever full-time professional bike patrol will be out on the trails at Big Sky Resort this summer making sure everyone’s keeping it safe and having a good time. They’re not in their uniforms in this photo, but will be sporting a cross on the trails so users know they’re there to help. Left to right: Regan Christian-Frederick, Katie Williamson, Tom Moran.

The bikes are back

It was all downhill for some of the guests at Big Sky Resort’s summer opening on Friday, June 8. Downhill biking, that is. Leading up to opening day, the resort had announced mountain biking trails wouldn’t be ready until June 23.

The Big Horn doubles team—KP Hoffman and Solae Swenson—practicing in Big Sky before winning divisionals in Belgrade and then heading to the state finals in Great Falls.

A net win

The Lone Peak High School tennis team sent its best doubles pair to the class B-C state finals and ended up placing tenth. KP Hoffman and Solae Swenson were knocked off by a pair from Granite County, but then went on to win two consolation matches, said Assistant Coach Suzanne Schreiner. 

The Big Horn doubles team—KP Hoffman and Solae Swenson—practicing in Big Sky before winning divisionals in Belgrade and then heading to the state finals in Great Falls.

A net win

The Lone Peak High School tennis team sent its best doubles pair to the class B-C state finals and ended up placing tenth. KP Hoffman and Solae Swenson were knocked off by a pair from Granite County, but then went on to win two consolation matches, said Assistant Coach Suzanne Schreiner. 

Local LPGA pro

It was mid-May and Rich Addicks had just gotten back to Big Sky after spending a month or so with his daughter, Dorsey, spectating golf tournaments in Florida and Georgia where she was trying to qualify for the LPGA tour. Then, during the May 14 LPGA qualifier, Rich got a call from Dorsey telling him to come back. 

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