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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Zayne Babbitt Hellgate track

Hellgate's Babbitt heaving for hardware

This week at the state meet in Kalispell, Hellgate senior Zayne Babbitt will be gunning for state titles in both the shot put and the discus.  He says his determination to be the best in those events started two years ago.

Glacier softball No. 1 seed

Wolfpack ready for state as No. 1 seed from West

Glacier high hopes to compete for a state softball title this week at the AA tournament in Missoula.  The Wolfpack come in as the No. 1 seed from the Western Conference after a great regular season in which they went 18-3 with a 10-2 record in league play.

Katelyn Frost Corvallis girls track

Frost continues Corvallis girls track legacy

You won't find anybody busier this weekend at state track than Katelyn Frost of Corvallis.  The senior is running on both relay teams and she's ranked top three in all of Class A for five individual events.

Tyler Olsen, Taylor Sylvester Corvallis track

Corvallis geared up to retake state A boys track title

Heading into this week’s state track and field meet the Corvallis boys look to be the favorite for the Class A crown based on season bests so far this spring.

Nycole Devers javelin

Determined Devers: Griz athlete's arduous career closing shop

Following her tremendous prep career in both basketball and track at Belgrade high school, Nycole Devers was recruited to throw javelin by both Montana and Montana State.  She said one visit to the Missoula campus helped her decide on the Grizzlies.

Brenneis home run Griz softball

UM’s Brenneis named Big Sky freshman of the year

Despite a roster comprised of 15 freshmen, the University of Montana softball team proved to be a threat in their inaugural season as a Big Sky Conference program.  This week five of those freshmen and one sophomore earned conference accolades, highlighted by catcher Lexie Brenneis who was named the freshman of the year for the Big Sky.

Drew Owens Griz track

Senior Drew Owens makes Grizzly hurdles history

Following his high school career at Missoula Big Sky as one of the top 300-meter hurdlers in the state, the next logical step for Drew Owens at the college level was to specialize in the 400 meter hurdles for Montana.

Jane Booth Corvallis

Booth leaping for third straight high jump crown

This spring Jane Booth of Corvallis has the top high jump mark in the state of Montana.  It’s not only the third year in a row that Booth has been ranked No. 1 in all classes but later this month the senior will be looking to win her third straight class A title in the event.

Griz Zack Wagenmann

Wagenmann ready for draft weekend

The NFL draft officially got underway Thursday night as round one kicked off with Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston going #1 overall to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  There will be two more round on Friday with rounds 4-7 taking place on Saturday.

Jayce Gilder Corvallis football 2

Another Corvallis gridder joining Big Sky Conference

After earning all-state honors as quarterback of the Blue Devils, Corvallis senior Jayce Gilder was planning to continue playing on the gridiron for the Diggers at Montana Tech in Butte.