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Trevor Toomer’s wild bull ride leads KRTV Gamechangers (Mon Jun 4)

Posted at 9:39 PM, Jun 04, 2018
and last updated 2018-07-05 15:30:51-04

#5. Montana’s Longest Drive Continues

Catching up with Great Falls native Sean Ryan on his quest to play a round at every golf course in Montana this summer. So far he’s played 32 courses with 72 more to go. He’s already walked 142 miles, played 405 holes, made 53 birdies and lost 24 golf balls. Catch up with his progress at

#4. Mystery man with the moves at the Spring Fling Hoop Thing

At the Spring Fling Hoop Thing in Great Falls, an unnamed Fort Benton middle schooler rocks the defense to sleep with the dribble before the drive, the euro step and the reverse finish! We don’t know this baller’s name right now, but I’m sure we’ll learn it soon.

#3. Twice is nice for Paine and Pickering

At the 6-Man All Star Game in Highwood, the Blue team dominated and one connection thrived in the first half. Jeremiah Paine of MonDak and Sunburst’s Treyton Pickering hook up on a jump ball at the goal line for a touchdown! Two possessions later, they do it again right before halftime. The Blue team wins 70-28, bright future for those two 6-Man stars.

#2. Colton Grange with the lighting quick touchdown.

At the Bob Cleverley 8-Man classic in Butte, the Blue team set the tone with a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. Flint Creek’s Colton Grange breaks a few tackles and turns on the jets. He goes 86 yards to the house just seconds into the game. Grange was named the Blue team offensive MVP, in a 56-18 win at Montana Tech.

#1. Trevor Toomer flips into the money at the Dusty Gliko challenge

The stars were out for the Dusty Gliko Bull Riding Challenge in Great Falls. Idaho’s Trevor Toomer was the only cowboy out of 35 to cover two bulls. He scores a 72 in the short go, but watch the after math. Toomer Gets flipped into the air by “Eight Ball”! Walks away from the encounter unscathed, and feeling good knowing he’s taking home over $4,000 as the challenge winner.