• Tech’s Molesworth, Korol named All-Americans

    Tech’s Molesworth, Korol named All-Americans0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Tech’s Masha Korol and Angel Molesworth are All-Americans. The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2017 Women’s Volleyball All-America teams today, and the two Orediggers were named to the second team. Both players were named First Team All-Region by the AVCA. Their Second Team All-America honor is the

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  • Ignore the petition and keep parents off the course

    Ignore the petition and keep parents off the course0

    Here’s a question to ask yourself. In the history high school sports, has the solution to any problem ever been more parents? Take a minute to think about that one. As one of my friends pointed out, if you don’t have enough people to put on a fundraising bake sale, then, yes, more parents could

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  • Montana Tech’s Liss name NAIA Scholar Athlete

    Montana Tech’s Liss name NAIA Scholar Athlete0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Tech junior setter Hannah Liss was named a 2017 Daktronic-NAIA Women’s Volleyball Scholar Athlete. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, must appear on the eligibility certificate for the sport and have

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  • Bado wins fourth straight Ryan/Bersanti title

    Bado wins fourth straight Ryan/Bersanti title0

    Brett Badovinac found himself in familiar territory Sunday. The Butte handball player won the 33rd Annual Bill Ryan/Al Bersanti Memorial Tournament at the Elks. Badovinac beat Don Foley 20-21, 21-17, 11-2 in the championship match to win the tournament for the fourth straight year. The title was the sixth overall for Badovinac, the reigning state

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  • Lewis-Clark State men turn back Orediggers

    Lewis-Clark State men turn back Orediggers0

    By Bill Foley Andre McGowan rose to the occasion when the Lewis-Clark State College men’s basketball team needed him most Saturday night. And the 6-foot-4 junior guard did so in an awe-inspiring way. McGowan scored 23 of his game-high 34 points in the second half, and the No. 24 Warriors held off upset-minded Montana Tech

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  • Warrior women take down Orediggers at buzzer

    Warrior women take down Orediggers at buzzer0

    By Bruce Sayler Upset was in the air, but then so was the buzzer shot by Lewis-Clark State’s Jansen Edmiston. The 3-pointer fell as the buzzer sounded and the No. 2-ranked Warriors had escaped Montana Tech’s HPER Complex with a 78-75 women’s basketball win Friday night. Stats The ferocious contest marked the Orediggers’ first home

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