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.

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Zootown regional softball champs

Zootown wins regional title 15-10 over Southern California

One huge inning at the plate proved to be the difference for Zootown as they powered their way to a 15-10 victory over Southern California in the championship game of the Senior League Western Regional tournament in Missoula on Tuesday.

Missoula Mavericks state preview

Mavericks swinging for state title this week

We're down to our final week of play for Montana legion baseball teams, and the Missoula Mavericks have big goals at this week's state AA tournament in Lethbridge.

Trevor Mitsui

Mitsui's bat stays hot despite Osprey struggles

The Missoula Osprey have struggled through the first half of their season this summer, but one of the birds' bats has not slowed down at all this year.

Zootown All-Stars

Zootown excited to host Western Regional tournament

On the softball diamonds this weekend, Missoula will be busy with Senior Little League action. The Western Regional Tournament starts up tomorrow morning in Missoula.

McKenzie Johnston

Capital standout McKenzie Johnston commits to Lady Griz

Last week, Helena Capital standout McKenzie Johnston received one of the biggest phone calls of her life. The caller was Montana Lady Griz head coach Robin Selvig.

Torry Hill Lady Griz

Torry Hill ready to start coaching career

It has been a busy off-season for former Lady Griz star Torry Hill. She recovered after tearing another ACL, graduated from the University of Montana and this week she officially accepted her first job as a basketball coach.

Tres Tinkle family pic

The Decision: Tinkle still deciding his next step

When Wayne Tinkle took the head coaching position at Oregon State this past May, Missoula lost its best men's basketball coach. The ensuing question then is would Missoula also lose its best high school player.

Shrine game practice

Gridiron standouts prepare for annual Shrine Game

As a new college football season approaches this fall, there is still time for one last prep football event. This coming weekend is the biggest high school football all-star game of the year in Montana, the 68th annual East West Shrine Game.

Diamondbacks & Osprey

Diamondbacks extend contract with Osprey through 2020 season

The snakes and the birds will continue to be friends for the foreseeable future as the Arizona Diamondbacks and Missoula Osprey officially agreed upon a 4-year extension of their current Player Development Contract.

Will Cherry summer league

Cherry has breakout performance in NBA Summer League

The biggest headline in the NBA last week was the decision by Lebron James to return back to the Cleveland Cavaliers. One of the biggest headlines for the Cleveland Cavaliers team this week, was a summer league breakout performance by a former Montana Grizzly star.