Carroll College and Lewis-Clark State College will play for the Frontier Conference men’s basketball title.
The teams advanced to the championship game, which will be played Monday in Lewiston, Idaho, with close home victories in the Friday’s semifinals.
Carroll beat the University of Providence 69-65 in Helena, while the Warriors held off MSU-Northern 73-68 in Lewiston.
Carroll College 69, University of Providence 65
HELENA — Shamrock Campbell and Dane Warp combined for 33 points to lead the Saints to the victory. (Stats)
Campbell scored 17 points, while Warp poured in 16 points to go along with nine rebounds.
Ifeanyi Okeke scored 11 points for the Saints, who got nine points and 10 rebounds from Jovan Sljivancanin.
A double-double by Jaxen Hashley — 14 points and 10 boards — paced the Argos. Zaccheus Darko-Kelly scored 13, while Brandon Cotton tossed in 10. Dawson Fowler and Rashee Stocks each scored nine, and Jacob Wetzel netted eight.
Lewis-Clark State College 73, MSU-Northern 68
LEWISTON, Idaho — Trystan Bradley scored 27 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead the Warriors to their 28th win in 31 games this season. (Stats)
Travis Yenor added 13 points and eight boards in the win. Jake Albright tossed in 10.
Mascio McCadney’s 18 points led the Lights. David Harris contributed with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Adam Huse netted 14.
Jesse Keltner, who scored three points, grabbed 13 boards.