High School Sports


Bozeman’s standouts Mulhill, Dobie sign college letters of intent

Posted at 11:01 PM, May 17, 2018

BOZEMAN – Memories are only as good as the people you make them with. And for Keegan Mulhill and Tyler Dobie, they’ve shared plenty together. The two Bozeman natives have been best friends since they were in the same kindergarten at Emily Dickinson Elementary School. On Thursday afternoon they added one more to the list.

Mulhill and Dobie signed their letters of intent together at Bozeman High School. Mulhill will be wrestling for Eastern Oregon, while Dobie will be playing baseball at South Mountain Community College in Phoenix, AZ.

“It’s really neat that we’ve grown up together playing sports and we both made it out of high school playing sports,” said Mulhill.

Tyler announced his commitment months ago, but once he heard that his best friend Keegan was signing earlier in the week, he immediately jumped at the opportunity to sign along with him.

“It’s definitely special. Keegan has been a good buddy of mine forever and we’ve played flag football since kindergarten up until this year,” said Dobie. “And he’s just been a really big part of my life, and I’m thankful for him and it’s just special to be doing”