MISSOULA, Mont. -

The 'AA' boys soccer state title game was not only a rematch of last year's chipper, but it ended with the same result as well: Bozeman High taking home the gold.

The Hawks jumped out to an early 1-0 lead after an early goal from Ben Hietala. He would score a second goal late in the match giving Bozeman a 2-0 lead which would end up being the final score. The undefeated Hawks become the first AA team to repeat since Billings West in 2008-09.

The girls championship game featured Helena High and Billings Senior. The Helena High girls also fell on their home field as Senior recorded the victory 1-0.

Saturday's Games

Boys 'AA' Bracket

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Bozeman2W
Helena High0
3RD-4TH PLACE GAME
Big Sky1W (OT)
Hellgate0
5TH-6TH PLACE GAME
Sentinel1
Senior2W

Girls 'AA' Bracket

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Helena0
Senior1W
 3RD-4TH PLACE GAME
Bozeman2W
CMR1
5TH-6TH PLACE GAME
Skyview1 (3)
Flathead1 (5)W

Park wins boys class 'A' title 3-1

The Stevensville boys struck first on a Chance Coleman goal in the first half of the class 'A' state championship match against Park (Livingston). However the Yellowjackets were never able to find the net again, and it was the Rangers who got the road win 3-1 in overtime to claim the title of state champs.

Park's Steve Newhouse put in the equiler shortly after Coleman's goal to make it a 1-1 game at halftime.  Neither team found the net in the second half as the contest entered overtime still knotted up 1-1.  But in the extra periods the Rangers scored twice to take a 3-1 lead and win the crown.

Billings Central girls win girls title again

The Billings Central girls scored early and often en route to 4-1 victory over Whitefish and a 6th straight state title.

After a 3-0 deficit at half, the Bulldogs cut the gap to 3-1 on a goal by Caroline Carbo in the 46th minute, but that would their only goal of the game as Central added one more goal five minutes later to make it a 4-1 game.

Piper Greenwood made eight saves for Whitefish, which finishes their season with a record of 12-3.