• Defending champs start fast, stop Butte High girls

    Defending champs start fast, stop Butte High girls0

    HELENA — Helena High got off to a fast start to its title defense Tuesday night. The Bengals outscored Butte High 21-8 in the first quarter, and the defending Class A State champs beat the Bulldogs 65-30 in a non-conference girls’ basketball game. The game was the season opener for both teams. Payton Aasved came

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  • Tech wins in five, punches ticket to advance

    Tech wins in five, punches ticket to advance0

    SIOUX CITY, Iowa — The second match in pool play at the NAIA National Championship took five sets, but the Orediggers took the win from Embry-Riddle (Arizona) 24-26, 25-19, 24-26, 25-10, 15-11. (Stats) With the second victory in pool play, Tech will move on to the 16-team single elimination bracket. Montana Tech dominated the box

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  • Diggers take down Madonna in opener

    Diggers take down Madonna in opener0

    SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Montana Tech didn’t start the NAIA national volleyball tournament the way it wanted this morning. The Orediggers dropped the first set 25-18 to Madonna (Michigan) at the Tyson Events Center. Tech, though, bounced back in a big way, winning the next three sets 26-24, 25-23, 25-15 to win their first match

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  • Late touchdown sends Raiders to final four

    Late touchdown sends Raiders to final four0

    COLUMBIA, Ky. — The Frontier Conference champions are in the final four of the NAIA football playoffs, and Southern Oregon punched its ticket with some dramatic flair. Rey Vega scored on a 6-yard run with 47 seconds left to give the Raiders a 34-29 win over Lindsey Wilson in a quarterfinal match up. Stats Southern

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  • Montana Tech volleyball ranked No. 14 in final poll

    Montana Tech volleyball ranked No. 14 in final poll0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Montana Tech volleyball team moved up one spot to No. 14 in the final NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll, which was released today. The ranking matches Tech’s ranking in the preseason poll. The Orediggers have been ranked in the Top 25 all season, never higher than 14. Lindsey Wilson (Kentucky)

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  • Saints win third straight, Raiders wrap up Frontier

    Saints win third straight, Raiders wrap up Frontier0

    On a day when Southern Oregon secured the Frontier Conference title and an NAIA playoff berth, Carroll College won its third straight game Saturday. Carroll College knocked off Montana Western 24-15 at Nelson Stadium. Southern went to Havre to beat MSU-Northern 38-17, while Eastern Oregon upset Rocky Mountain College 21-17 in Billings. Next week, Rocky

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