• Diallo tosses in 35 as Orediggers top Dawgs

    Diallo tosses in 35 as Orediggers top Dawgs0

    Orediggers host Saints Thursday DILLON — With senior Taylor England not in the lineup, Wednesday night turned into the Sindou Diallo Show at the Straugh Gymnasium. Diallo matched a career high with 35 points as Montana Tech battled form behind for an 88-84 Frontier Conference win over Montana Western. (Stats) The big-time performance by the

  • Wednesday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers-Dawgs

    Wednesday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers-Dawgs0

    Men’s college basketball Montana Tech at Montana Western, 6 p.m. The Straugh Gymnasium in Dillon will set the scene as the Bulldogs and Orediggers meet in the Frontier Conference game. Tech is 1-2 overall and 1-0 in conference after beating Carroll College 82-62 Dec. 16 in Butte. Taylor England tossed in 20 points and grabbed

  • Western recruiting class includes Tanner Huff

    Western recruiting class includes Tanner Huff0

    DILLON — Montana Western unveiled its football recruiting class today, and it includes a pair of Butte High Bulldogs. Butte Sports previously reported the signing of center D.J. Jackson with Western. He will be joined at Western by Butte High teammate Tanner Huff. Butte High coach Arie Grey said earlier today that the school will

  • Dawgs bounce back against Montana Tech women

    Dawgs bounce back against Montana Tech women0

    Mollie Peoples scores 26 in loss DILLON — Montana Western rebounded in a big way Sunday. Hometown girl Brynley Fitzgerald poured in 23 points, and the Western women’s basketball team salvaged a weekend split with an 82-67 win over Montana Tech at the Straugh Gym. (Stats) Fitzgerald, who pulled down six rebounds, was one of

  • Big fourth quarter lifts Oredigger women in opener

    Big fourth quarter lifts Oredigger women in opener0

    DILLON — The Montana Tech women’s basketball team was worth the wait. The Orediggers used a strong fourth quarter to knock off Montana Western 69-57 Saturday afternoon at a fan-free Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) The Frontier Conference game was the season opener for the Orediggers, who saw a handful of games canceled by weather and COVID-19

  • Denning, Stephenson receive Frontier honors

    Denning, Stephenson receive Frontier honors0

    WHITEFISH — Natali Denning and Jamal Stephenson swept the Frontier Conference Basketball Player of the Week Awards, the league announced today. Denning took home the women’s honor, while Stephenson received the men’s award. Denning, a 6-foot sophomore from Tualatin, Oregon, helped lead the Bulldogs to a pair of wins over the College of Idaho to


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