Senior Zack Rollins scored 22 points and the Montana State University Billings men’s basketball team closed out their first ever season sweep of Western Washington University 94-90 in a critical Great Northwest Athletic Conference game Saturday night at Alterowitz Gymnasium.
In their final home games of the regular season, the Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears swept Montana State Northern Saturday to climb into the top three of both Frontier Conference races.
(PBR release) ST. LOUIS – With tears in his eyes, Chase Outlaw (Hamburg, Arkansas) said the victory at the Mason Lowe Memorial in St.
The Plenty Coups Warriors won two very different ways Saturday, but they’ll take both District 6C championships home either way.
The Huntley Project boys needed all 32 minutes to hold off Joliet, while the Columbus girls only needed the first eight to bring home District 4B championships Saturday night.
Five Central Washington University women’s basketball players scored in double figures and two had double-doubles, as host Montana State University Billings was dealt a disheartening 82-45 defeat in Great Northwest Athletic Conference play Saturday evening at Alterowitz Gym.
Three Montana athletes won events over the weekend at the Simplot Games, a prestigious indoor track and field meet held in Holt Arena at Idaho State University.
Chase Hamilton punched a two-out, walk-off single through the right side with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 12th inning Saturday, giving No. 12 Colorado Mesa University its second straight one-run win over the Montana State University Billings baseball team at Suplizio Field.
Billings West took all their frustrations of their only loss of the season out on Butte Saturday, beating the Bulldogs 65-32 to reclaim first place in the Eastern AA conference.
The two best teams in the District 6C boys regular season will get a chance to see who’s better once and for all Saturday night.
The Billings Central boys look ready for the postseason. Central ran by rival Laurel, ??-?? Friday night in the teams’ regular season finalé with the Eastern A Divisional tournament on deck for next week.
It’s a big night for MSU Billings as the Yellowjackets welcome three new members into their Athletic Hall of Fame and Distinction.
The top two seeds in the District 4B boys tournament will play for the title, after Huntley Project and Joliet won semifinals Friday afternoon.
The Dawson Community College Buccaneers got a much needed sweep at Williston State College Thursday night in a Mon-Dak Conference double-header.
The Cowboys host No. 6/7 Nevada on Saturday evening at 8 p.m. in the Doom of Dome. It marks the second-straight season the Wolf Pack come to Laramie ranked in the top-25.