Author relates story of Laurel’s 1969 Championship

Author of “Win Em’ All” Dennis Gaub stands in his local Walmart next to his book about the Laurel Locomotives undefeated season in 1969 when they won State.

Dennis Gaub is the author of “Win Em’ All,” A re-telling of the first time the Laurel Locomotives basketball team won State.
Dennis Gaeb spent last Friday at the House of Books in Billings for a book signing of “Win Em’All.”
The book retells the story of the 1969 state championship Laurel Locomotives basketball team who went 26-0 and beat Kalispell in one of the biggest games Bozeman had ever seen.
Gaub spent 20 years as a reporter and had early success as the sports editor of the Billings Gazette where he was in on the action during Laurel’s historic run.
He traces the team through that amazing season with pictures, in-depth interviews and by time spent on the the Gray Ghost, the name of the Locomotives team bus.
For any current or future fan who is interested in basketball or Laurel the story is fascinating. Small school versus large school in the David versus Goliath matchup of the century.
“Win Em’ All” can be purchased at book stores in Billings, Walmart and at the Laurel Outlook office. You can also order it online at Amazon or Barnes and Noble Bookseller.


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