Rocky Mountain College, the College of Idaho and Eastern Oregon picked up victories on the final Saturday of the Frontier Conference football season.
Rocky knocked off Western in overtime, while Eastern Oregon used overtime to beat Carroll College.
Southern Oregon, which completed a 10-0 regular season with a win at Montana Tech, will be the lone team from the league to qualify for the playoffs.
Rocky Mountain College 48, Montana Western 42 (OT)
DILLON — Jade Olson scored on a 15-yard run in overtime as the Bears escaped Vigilante Field with the victory. Stats
The winning run gave Olson exactly 100 yards.
Drew Korf passed for 475 yards and five touchdowns in the victory. He was picked off three times.
Korf threw two TDs apiece to Lucas Overton and Max Gray and one to Brandon Mosley.
Bennett Gibson passed for 469 yards and two touchdowns to close out his Western career. He was picked off twice.
George Sherwood caught five passes for 165 yards, while Melvin Walser, a high school teammate of Gibson, caught six passes for 110 yards.
Nate Simkins and Hunter Thomsen each caught TD passes. Thomsen also ran for 63 yards and a score.
Christian Hanser registered 16 tackles and a sack to lead the Western defense.
Eastern Oregon 41, Carroll College 34 (OT)
LA GRANDE, Ore. — Kai Quinn hit Brenden Kelly for a 24-yard touchdown pass in overtime to give the Mountaineers the season-ending win. Stats
The TD strike was the second of the day for Quinn, who passed for 417 yards. Both TD passes went to Kelly, who caught five passes for 195 yards.
Major Ali ran for 176 yards and two touchdowns for the Saints. Ryan Arntson, who ran for 51 yards, also ran for two scores.
College of Idaho 45, MSU-Northern 22
CALDWELL, Idaho — Backup quarterback Tyler Cols completed 19 of 23 passes for 329 yards and four touchdowns as the Coyotes rolled to victory. Stats
Cox also ran for 113 yards in the win. He threw TD passes to Wes Fitzpatrick, Shayne Robinson, ben Hruby and Keegan Crafton.
Tommy Wilson threw for 276 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Lights.
Marvin Williams caught five passes for 157 yards and two scores. Caymus Thomas also caught a TD pass.