• Rocky women close out tourney with another win

    Rocky women close out tourney with another win0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — Rocky Mountain College’s women’s basketball team completed the College of Idaho Tournament with a 2-0 record. The Battlin’ Bears wrapped up the perfect weekend Saturday afternoon with 53-49 non-conference win over Eastern Oregon at the J.A. Albertson Center. (Stats) N’Dea Flye scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebound to lead the Bears.

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  • Yotes edge Diggers again

    Yotes edge Diggers again0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — For the second time in 16 days, the College of Idaho beat Montana Tech in nail-biting men’s basketball team. On Saturday night, the No. 18 Yotes (7-2) slipped past the Orediggers 69-68 in a non-conference game at the J.A. Albertson Center. (Stats) Ivory Miles-Williams came off the bench to score 15 points

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  • Tech women pull away for rout of Blue Hawks

    Tech women pull away for rout of Blue Hawks0

    By Bruce Sayler  The Montana Tech women came at Dickinson State’s in waves Saturday.   As a result of the depth and a tsunami of points to start the second half, the Orediggers were able to wave goodbye to the Blackhawks, beating them 73-52 in a non-conference college basketball game at the Montana Tech HPER Complex.  (Stats)

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  • Thatcher scores 21 as Battlin’ Bears top Yotes

    Thatcher scores 21 as Battlin’ Bears top Yotes0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — Butte Central graduate Kloie Thatcher scored a season-high 21 points Friday night, and Rocky Mountain College beat the College of Idaho 66-57 at the J.A. Albertson Center. (Stats) The non-conference game was part of the College of Idaho Tournament. Thatcher, a junior guard, hit on 4 of 6 shots from 3-point land

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  • Saturday’s Hot Ticket: Oredigger basketball

    Saturday’s Hot Ticket: Oredigger basketball0

    Women’s college basketball Dickinson State at Montana Tech, 2 p.m. The HPER Complex will set the scene as the Orediggers (5-4) get in a final tune up before beginning Frontier Conference play. Senior Brooke Heggie and sophomore Tavia Rooney lead the Orediggers into action. Heggie averages 13.6 points and 5.0 rebounds per game, while Rooney

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  • Butte High’s Dylan Snyder commits to Bobcat football

    Butte High’s Dylan Snyder commits to Bobcat football0

    By Bill Foley Dylan Snyder is hoping the Grizzlies’ loss will be the Bobcats’ gain. The Butte High senior announced today that he has verbally committed to play football at Montana State. The commitment comes after Snyder proved to be one of Butte High’s best players on both sides of the ball for the Bulldogs

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