• Warriors sweep Dawgs in thrilling twin bill

    Warriors sweep Dawgs in thrilling twin bill0

    DILLON — The Straugh Gymnasium was the place to be Saturday night. Lewis-Clark State College swept past Montana Western in a Frontier Conference doubleheader, with both games going down to the wire. The No. 21 Warrior women knocked off No. 17 Western in an 82-79 double-overtime thriller before the No. 7 Lewis-Clark State men edged

  • Montana Tech men stay hot with win at Western

    Montana Tech men stay hot with win at Western0

    DILLON — Make it three in a row for the suddenly red-hot Montana Tech men’s basketball team. Sindou Diallo scored 22 points to lead four Tech players in double figures, and the Orediggers beat Montana Western for the third time this season, this time a 75-59 decision at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) The win puts

  • Western women rally to fend off Orediggers

    Western women rally to fend off Orediggers0

    DILLON — For three quarters, the Montana Tech women’s basketball team led the defending NAIA national champions. The fourth quarter, however, belonged to the Bulldogs. No. 17 Montana Western outscored the Orediggers 22-15 over the final 10 minutes, and the Bulldogs beat Tech 68-62 in a Frontier Conference game at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) Savanna

  • Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers at Dawgs

    Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers at Dawgs0

    Women’s college basketball Montana Tech at Montana Western, 5:30 p.m. The defending NAIA national champion Bulldogs (19-9, 11-5) look for the season sweep of the Orediggers (14-14, 4-12) as the teams open the final weekend of the regular season. No. 17 Western enters tied with Carroll College for the Frontier Conference lead. The Bulldogs beat

  • Providence’s Darko-Kelly 3-peats as Frontier POW

    Providence’s Darko-Kelly 3-peats as Frontier POW0

    WHITEFISH — University of Providence basketball players Zaccheus Darko-Kelly and Kenedy Cartwright took home the Frontier Conference Player of the Week Awards, the league announced Monday. Kennedy received the women’s award, while Darko-Kelly claimed the men’s award for the third straight week. Darko-Kelly is a 6-6 junior forward from Great Falls. No. 11 University of

  • Lights take down Dawgs

    Lights take down Dawgs0

    HAVRE — Adam Huse scored 19 points to lead four MSU-Northern players in double figures Saturday night, and the Lights ran to a 92-64 Frontier Conference win over the Montana Western men’s basketball team. (Stats) David Harris and Mascio McCadney each scored 18 points, and Kavon bey tossed in seven for Northern, which moved into


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