• England, Oredigger men hold off Dawgs

    England, Oredigger men hold off Dawgs0

    By Bill Foley If you didn’t watch the Montana Western-Montana Tech men’s basketball game Tuesday night, you are missing out. That was the message from Oredigger coach Adam Hiatt after Tech beat Montana Western in a 71-60 Frontier Conference battle at the HPER Complex. (Stats) The game lacked the usual Tech-Western raucous atmosphere — in

  • Western women start fast, turn back Orediggers

    Western women start fast, turn back Orediggers0

    By Bill Foley Summing up Tuesday night’s 76-45 loss to No. 9 Montana Western at the HPER Complex wasn’t all that complicated for Montana Tech women’s basketball coach Carly Sanon. (Stats) “The bottom line is we didn’t play very well,” Sanon said. “We didn’t play very well against L-C State. We didn’t play very well

  • Tech’s Masha Korol receives All-American nod

    Tech’s Masha Korol receives All-American nod0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Tech senior volleyball player Masha Korol is an All-American. The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2018 All-American Team today, and Korol received an honorable mention. This mark’s Korol’s second appearance on the NAIA All-American Team. She took home a second-team nod last year. The 6-foot-2 outside hitter

  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers-Dawgs, Bulldogs

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers-Dawgs, Bulldogs0

    Prep girls’ basketball Helena High at Butte High, 7 p.m. The Bulldogs open the season at the Butte Civic Center against the two-time defending state champion Bengals. Helena High graduated just one senior from last year’s 21-3 team, though it was a big loss in Kamden Hilborn. Jamie Pickens, a 6-foot-2 senior, leads the Bengals

  • Carroll’s Dean, Burnham named Players of the Week

    Carroll’s Dean, Burnham named Players of the Week0

    WHITEFISH — For the second straight week, players from Carroll College swept the Frontier Conference Basketball Player of the Week awards, the league announced today. This time it was Saints Hannah Dean and Match Burnham who took home the honors. Dean received the award last week, too. Dean is a 6-foot-1 senior forward from Gardiner.

  • Martin, Warriors top Dawgs

    Martin, Warriors top Dawgs0

    DILLON — Race Martin scored 21 points and pulled down eight rebounds Saturday, and No. 17 Lewis-Clark State College knocked off Montana Western 83-62 at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) Cordel Hankerson and Dana Abe each scored 14 points for the Warriors, who improved to 8-1 overall and 2-0 in Frontier Conference play. Andre McCowan scored


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