Celebrity Basketball

The celebrity basketball game was held on April 11 in Sturdevant Gym. Thank you to the following celebrities that came out to play:

Mandy Morales (from Huntley,star point guard for grizz) played and so did Rodd Hamman (Hamman law firm, Rodd has been a fixture with Billings hoops for decades).

Jaimie Booker - Former Washington Huskie, Billings Rimrocker, and Harlem Globetrotter. Currently works with student athletes in Billings.
Ryan Brosseau- Advertising Director Billings Gazette

Chris Dixon - professional quarterback and coach. Chris is a 4 time Indoor Football League MVP, 7 time Indoor Champion, and 2015 Indoor Hall of Fame.

Zoe Zandora - Q2- has been with Q2 since April 2018 and anchors the 5:30 p.m. and 10 o'clock news on the weekends. She has a love for people, the community, and the stories within.

Toby Tooke - DJ at 96.3 The Zone-he has lived in Billings for 17 years and he has been on The Zone for all of those. Currently on the weekends from 6-10. He is also working on a documentary about his families bucking horses that were started back in the 1930's. Details at feeksvision.com

Yellowstone County- Officer Brandon Nichols-

Basketball PlayersYellowstone County - Officer Webb- Detention officer at Yellowstone County Detention Facility for 18 years. She is on the Sheriffs Emergency Response Team, as well as instructing Defensive tactics, pressure points and take downs. She plays Roller Derby for the Magic City Rollers and Team Montana. Her and her husband like to go camping, fishing, wake boarding, or do anything competitive together.

Brandon Sullivan - Q2-Brandon joined the Q2 news team in December of 2015. Brandon is not sure of his exact title but does a little bit of everything. He shoots, writes, and edits mostly human interest stories for KTVQ. During his career, Brandon has been honored with multiple Montana Broadcaster awards and was recently nominated for 3 Northwest Regional Emmy’s. If you happen to find Brandon without a camera in hand, he may be on the golf course, at the gym, or spending time with his family.

Samantha Sullivan Q2 - Samantha joined the Q2 family in August 2016. She was born and raised in Seattle and graduated from Chapman University in 2015. While in school, Sami was an active member in the university’s news program where she was the first ever female sports director. She is an unwavering, unrelenting Seattle sports fan, something instilled in her at a young age (actually moments before birth. Ask her. It’s a good story). Her love for sports is what originally got her interested in journalism. She has since traded sports for news, but you can still catch her, camera in hand, at many of the local high school football games. She loves to spend time with family, friends and her two (giant) puppies. She’s a foodie who loves to cook and travel as much as possible.

The Lockwood School staff included Rob DiGiallonardo #5 MS Assistant Principal, Eric Karls #7 MS Science, Stevie Silliker #4 Elementary PE, Dusty Reno #6 7th grade Math, Bobby Anderson #8 MS History, Jayme Wilder #1 MS Counselor, Jerry Zilkoski #11 Elementary Counselor, Dylan Barnard #9 5th grade teacher,, Gordon Klasna #13 MS Principal, Johnny Nielsen #11 Lockwood Football Coach, Toni Bender #2 5th grade teacher, Seth Hirschkorn #10 6th grade History, Kim Shanks #3 Primary Life Skills, Cortney Flores #12 MS PE. Thank you to Lauren Christensen and Jill Dean for taking care of the door. Carrie Schmidt for doing the clock and Amy Wiggs for taking care of the book. Thank you Q Staton for emceeing the night.