Bulldogs, Saints, Raiders pick up Frontier victories

Bulldogs, Saints, Raiders pick up Frontier victories

Montana Western, Carroll College and Southern Oregon picked up Frontier Conference football victories Saturday afternoon.

Montana Western bounced back from last week’s loss at the College of Idaho with a 30-21 home win over Eastern Oregon. Carroll went to Billings and upset Rocky Mountain College 16-3.

Southern Oregon stayed unbeaten by rolling to a 36-7 homecoming win over the College of Idaho.

Next week, Carroll travels to MSU-Northern, Western heads to Southern Oregon, Eastern Oregon hosts College of Idaho, and Rocky travels to Butte to play Montana Tech.

Montana Western 30, Eastern Oregon 21
DILLON — Hunter Thomsen ran for 132 yards and a touchdown, while Bennett Gibson tossed three scoring passes to lead the Bulldogs to the win. (Stats)

Gibson completed 17 of 32 passes for 298 yards. He threw touchdowns to George Sherwood, Melvin Walser and Ryan Sullivan.

Sherwood, who caught a 54-yard TD, racked up 124 yards on three receptions. Walser, who caught a 70-yard score, caught three passes for 96 yards.

Kai Quinn passed for 320 yards and two touchdowns for the Mountaineers. He was picked off once. Victor Dias ran for 115 yards and a score.

Carroll College 16, Rocky Mountain College 3
BILLINGS — Reese Hiibel only passed for 93 yards for Carroll College Saturday. (Stats)

The redshirt freshman, though, made his nine completions count, tossing a pair of touchdowns as the Saints picked up their second win of the season.

Hiibel threw TD passes to Eric Dawson and Chase Fossum. Both scores came in the second quarter.

The Carroll defense sacked Rocky quarterback Drew Korf four times.

Southern Oregon 36, College of Idaho 7
ASHLAND, Ore. — Tanner Trosin completed 23 of 39 passes for 304 yards and two touchdowns as the Raiders improved to 7-0. (Stats)

Trosin ran for a score, as did Rey Vega and Michael Roots. Jordan Suell and Ricke Te’O caught TD passes.

Darious-James Peterson, the reigning Frontier Conference Offensive Player of the Week, was held to 151 yards through the air. Peterson, who ran for 60 yards and a score, was picked off once.

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