• Baker works two innings0

    BILLINGS — Bryon Baker saw his most extensive action of the season Saturday. The Butte native pitched two scoreless innings in relief in a 10-0 MSU-Billings loss to Western Oregon at Dehler Park. Baker, who is 10 months removed from shoulder surgery, struck out two and walked two. The junior right hander needed 39 pitches

  • Baker tosses shutout inning in MSUB loss0

    BILLINGS — Butte native Bryon Baker pitched a shutout inning in relief Sunday for MSU-Billings. Baker surrendered one hit and needed just 14 pitches to work the scoreless inning in a 10-6 loss to Concordia in the second game of a GNAC doubleheader. Baker did not factor into the decision. The Yellowjackets won the opener

  • Faupel named All-American0

    ATLANTA — Butte High graduate Natalee Faupel can add the title All-American to her résumé. Faupel, a 5-foot-10 guard/forward who just completed her junior season at MSU-Northern, was named to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) NAIA All-American Team. The All-American honors were released Wednesday, and Jatoria Carter of Auburn University at Montgomery, Alabama, was

  • Skylights drop heartbreaker at national tournament0

    INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — The MSU-Northern women’s basketball team dropped a 55-53 decision in overtime to Benedictine (Kansas) Wednesday at the NAIA national tournament. Stat sheet Chayla Rutledge scored 22 points to lead Benedictine, which moves on to the second round with a 27-6 record. Butte High graduate Natalee Faupel scored 16 points to lead the

  • Bryon Baker returns from injury to pitch for MSUB1

    ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Butte High graduate Bryon Baker made his 2016 debut for the Montana State University-Billings Friday night. Baker, a junior right-handed pitcher, pitched an inning of relief in the Yellojacket’s 8-7 loss to Central Washington (box score). The Jackets also fell 8-6 in the opener (box score). Baker, who is returning following a

  • Faupel’s 18 leads Skylights in loss to L-C State0

    HAVRE — Natalee Faupel scored a game-high 18 points Saturday night, but it wasn’t enough for the MSU-Northern women’s basketball team. The No. 8 Skylights fell 71-51 to No. 20 Lewis-Clark State College. Stats Brittany Tackett scored 13 points to lead three Warriors in double figures as L-C State improved to 6-1 in the Frontier


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