• Warriors sweep Dawgs

    Warriors sweep Dawgs0

    LEWISTON, Idaho — Lewis-Clark State College swept a Frontier Conference basketball doubleheader with Montana Western Thursday night at the Activity Center. The Warriors won the women’s game 61-40 (stats) before completing the sweep with a 85-61 (stats) win in the men’s game. Kiara Burlage notched her fifth double-double of the season to lead the No.

  • Tech volleyball places eight on academic team

    Tech volleyball places eight on academic team0

    WHITEFISH — Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson released the 2019 Volleyball Academic All-Conference team today, and eight Montana Tech players made the grade. Rocky Mountain College led the conference with 11 student-athletes. Montana Tech had the second most on the academic list. The Orediggers placed five sophomores on the list in Emma Carvo, Portia Cortner,

  • Dawgs outbattle Bears

    Dawgs outbattle Bears0

    DILLON — Led by 27 points from Cedric Boone, Montana Western defeated Rocky Mountain College 94-80 in a Frontier Conference men’s basketball Saturday night at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) Shooting 48.4 percent from the field in the first period, Rocky trailed by only three points at 39-36 entering the half. The Battlin’ Bears were able

  • Balanced Western women top Rocky Mountain

    Balanced Western women top Rocky Mountain0

    DILLON — Talk about a balanced attack. Without one player reaching double figures scoring Saturday night, No. 22 Montana Western knocked off No. 20 Rocky Mountain College 54-48 in a Frontier Conference women’s basketball game at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) Savanna Bignell and Natali Denning each scored eight points to lead the Bulldogs (11-6, 4-2).

  • Dawgs upset Saints

    Dawgs upset Saints0

    HELENA — Montana Western’s men’s basketball team rode a big second half to an 80-74 Frontier Conference victory over No. 9 Carroll College Friday night at the P.E. Center. (Stats) Tanner Haverfield scored 11 of the Bulldogs; first 15 points in the second half, to jump start a comeback as the Bulldogs scored 54 points

  • Thatcher again named Frontier Conference POW

    Thatcher again named Frontier Conference POW0

    WHITEFISH — For the second time this season, Kloie Thatcher of Rocky Mountain College was named the Frontier Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. The latest honor was awarded today to the 2018 Butte Central graduate. The 5-foot-7 Thatcher helped No. 20 Rocky go 3-0 for the week. In a non-conference game, the Battlin’


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