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2023 Helena Senators

2023 Helena Senators

  The Helena Senators pose with their championship trophy after defeating the Billings Scarlets 2-1 in the championship game of the Class AA State Legion Baseball Tournament at Lindborg-Cregg Memorial Field in Missoula, Wednesday, July 26. ANTONIO IBARRA

Senators top Scarlets, win Class AA championship

By Daniel Shepard - 07/27/2023, 10:30am MDT

MISSOULA — Pressure cracks the egg and the Helena Senators have placed it on teams in many of their now 52 wins this season.

  Helena Senators right-hander Lance Bratlien scattered two hits and four walks across seven innings in a complete game shutout of the Great Falls Chargers on Tuesday at the 2023 Class AA Montana-Alberta American Legion Baseball State Tournament. Mark Ben

Bratlien's complete game shutout moves Senators to final day

By Daniel Shepard - 07/26/2023, 8:15am MDT

MISSOULA — The table is set for Championship Wednesday.

  Helena's Walker Bennett celebrates after hitting a three-RBI double during the AA Legion state baseball tournament game between the Billings Scarlets and Helena Senators at Lindborg-Cregg Field, Monday, July 24, 2023. BEN ALLAN SMITH Missoulian

Bennett's clutch double propels Helena Senators to championship game

By Daniel Shepard - 07/25/2023, 1:00pm MDT

MISSOULA — We’re starting to get down to the nitty gritty as the 2023 Class AA Montana-Alberta American Legion Baseball State Tournament enters its third day. By the end of Monday, there will only be four teams left in the hunt for a state championship.

  Helena Senators right-handed pitcher Aaron Fuzesy tossed seven innings of three-hit, two-run baseball in an 8-2 win over the Missoula Mavericks on Sunday at the 2023 Class AA Montana-Alberta American Legion Baseball State Tournament. Mark Bennett
  Pictured from left to right: Luke Dowdy, Walker Bennett, Bohden Bahnmiller, Lance Bratlien, Tycen Mooney. All five Helena Senators seniors were honored pregame on Monday as part of Senior Night festivities. Gary Marshall,
  Helena Senators right-hander Will Lyng completed the regular-season with a 1.36 ERA in 82.2 innings pitched. That is the second-lowest regular-season ERA in Senators program history, behind only Rande Muffick's 1.15 ERA in 1976. Gary Marshall