Vince Bagby

Sports Director

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 3:20 PM Jun 23 2014

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Vince Bagby is the sports director at NBC Montana. He started working in our sports department part-time in October of 2009.

Vince also spent a year as the news director for KBGA College Radio in Missoula while attending school at the University of Montana. He graduated from the U of M School of Journalism in December of 2010.

Vince is originally from Kalispell and is a graduate of Flathead High. During high school he played baseball for the Kalispell Lakers. He says baseball is definitely his favorite sport. However he is passionate about covering all types of sports.

Vince loves the Missoula area and he feels very blessed to find a full-time job with NBC Montana following his college graduation.

In his spare time Vince enjoys working out, hiking and playing sports. He is a die-hard fan of the New York Mets and the Seattle Seahawks.

Please email Vince with any questions, comments or story ideas, or find him on Facebook.

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Shey Hannum Thompson Falls

Hannum fighting for five titles at State Meet

Shey Hannum competed in five separate events at last year's Class B State Meet, but only scored points in high jump, where she won the state title. At this week’s state meet, the Thompson Falls senior will once again be competing in five different events, and she’s currently projected to place top six in all of them.

Hellgate vs Bozeman lacrosse title game

Hellgate lacrosse wins fifth straight state title

When you win four state titles in a row, expectations get very high.  However Hellgate lacrosse wouldn't have it any other way.  The Knights finished off a dominant season (undefeated against Montana opponents) with their fifth straight boys state title on Sunday in Missoula, taking down Bozeman 19-3 in the tournament finale.

Ali Williams Glacier softball

Williams putting together historic senior season

Kalispell's Ali Williams has developed into one of the most feared softball players in Montana.  The Glacier senior has already won 50 career games in the circle while tallying seven no-hitters and striking out over 700 batters.  Offensively her career average sits at .487 with 37 home runs.

Glacier Ice Rink

Hurdles still await future junior hockey team

The Missoula Maulers team is now dormant but there are still several unsolved issues before the city can move on.

Damon Hanson Missoula Maulers

Burks says new junior team will replace Maulers

Many Missoula residents and hockey fans are still trying to make heads or tails of the Missoula Maulers' surprise announcement last Thursday that the team had played it's last game at the Glacier Ice Rink.

Ben Roberts Griz football

Former Griz receiver Roberts signs with Titans

It's been two weeks since the NFL Draft weekend where we saw Tyrone Holmes get selected by the Jaguars and Jamaal Jones sign a free agent contract with the Chargers.  Monday a third former Montana Grizzly standout from last year's team found an NFL home.  Missoula product Ben Roberts will continue his football career for the Tennessee Titans.

Missoula Maulers hockey

Maulers cease due to lease disagreement

On Thursday the Missoula Maulers announced that the organization had played its last game inside Glacier Ice Rink.

Jamie Pinkerton Griz softball

Pinkerton named Big Sky Coach of the Year

Friday was a bittersweet day for the University of Montana softball program.  The bad news for the Grizzlies was losing 10-4 against Sacramento State to be eliminated from the Big Sky Conference softball tournament and end their run at a league title.

Sydney Stites Montana softball

Stites named Big Sky Freshman of the Year

A tremendous second season as a program was rewarded with numerous conference accolades for the Montana softball team on Wednesday, starting with Grizzlies' stand-out Sydney Stites bringing home Freshman of the Year honors.

Luke May javelin

May's marks lead state, earn Big-10 scholarship

With a toss of 205 feet, 4 inches in the javelin this spring, Luke May has thrown over eight feet further than anyone else in Montana.  The Whitefish senior is chasing down a third straight class A state title in the event but his career best is actually two years old.  May's personal record of 206 feet, 7 inches came as a sophomore in 2014.