• Dawgs, Saints split in Dillon

    Dawgs, Saints split in Dillon0

    DILLON — Carroll College and Montana Western split a Frontier Conference basketball doubleheader Saturday night at the Straugh Gymnasium. The No. 4-ranked Bulldog women knocked off No. 8 Carroll 58-54 (Stats) before the No. 3 Saints men rolled to a 91-78 victory in the nightcap (Stats). Britt Cooper scored 17 points to lead three Western

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  • Skylights top Diggers in OT

    Skylights top Diggers in OT0

    HAVRE — A ferocious Montana Tech comeback was spoiled in overtime Saturday night. MSU-Northern outscored the Orediggers 10-6 in the extra frame, and the Skylights beat Tech 59-55 in a Frontier Conference battle. (Stats) The loss came after the Orediggers outscored the Skylights 25-14 in the fourth quarter to send the game to overtime tied

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  • Saturday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers, Bulldogs, BC

    Saturday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers, Bulldogs, BC0

    Boys’ prep basketball Great Falls High at Butte High, 2 p.m. Butte High (1-4, 0-1) aims to stop a three-game losing streak when they welcome the Bison (5-1, 1-0) at the Ross J. Richardson Gymnasium. Great Falls is coming off Thursday’s 43-41 come-from-behind win over Great Falls Russell at the CMR Fieldhouse. Blake Thelen and

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  • Samuelson, Battlin’ Bears take down Bulldogs

    Samuelson, Battlin’ Bears take down Bulldogs0

    DILLON — With Jared Samuelson’s 29 points leading the way, Rocky Mountain College’s men’s basketball team knocked off Montana Western 91-68 Thursday night at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) The former Montana Grizzly hit 10 of 15 shots — including 4 of 5 from 3-point land — to lead the Bears in the bounce-back win. Rocky

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  • Oredigger men battle back, ground No. 23 Argonauts

    Oredigger men battle back, ground No. 23 Argonauts0

    By Bill Foley Nick Fitts has a message for basketball fans who have not been watching the Montana Tech Orediggers during the 2018-19 season. Come on up. Fitts and the Oredigger men’s basketball team made a statement to its fanbase and the Frontier Conference Thursday night with a 77-74 win over No. 23-ranked University of

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  • King’s 29 leads Western past Rocky Mountain

    King’s 29 leads Western past Rocky Mountain0

    DILLON — Brianna King scored 20 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out four assists Thursday night to lead No. 4 Montana Western to a 73-63 win over No. 22 Rocky Mountain College at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) Savanna Bignell came off the bench to score 14 points for the Bulldogs (4-1, 13-1), who outscored

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