Casey Conlon

Parker Breding riding at NFR with Chinook cancer survivor at heart

Edgar bull rider Parker Breding is No. 2 in the PRCA bull riding world standings. If Sage Kimzey weren’t so hot this season, Breding would probably be on the way to winning his first world title. But it’s what he did back in July that was so cool.

Redding suspended indefinitely from Wyoming Cowboys men’s team

University of Wyoming head basketball coach Allen Edwards announced on Tuesday that senior guard Nyaires Redding has been suspended indefinitely from the University of Wyoming men’s basketball team. Redding’s suspension is effective immediately.

Former Montana State Bobcat Scheer in title hunt after NFR Round 6 win

Cort Scheer put Monday behind him quickly. The Nebraska saddle bronc rider, who competed on the Montana State rodeo team for a year in 2007-08, responded to his Round 5 buck-off by splitting the Round 6 win at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Tuesday with an 89.5-point ride aboard Sue City Sue.

MSU Billings announces 2019 Hall of Fame class

Montana State University Billings athletic director Krista Montague introduced three former athletes Tuesday to be inducted into the 2019 MSUB Hall of Fame and Distinction on February 15, 2019 at the Hilton Garden Inn.

New Montanan Caleb Bennett wins NFR Round 4, back in title race

After back-to-back disappointing performances, Caleb Bennett was in danger of falling out of the PRCA World Bareback title race before the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo reached the halfway point. A Round 4 win Sunday brought him right back in it.

MSU Billings men roll to win over Alaska-Anchorage

Zack Rollins scored 30 points and shot 9-for-15 from the floor, helping the Montana State University Billings men’s basketball team defeat University of Alaska Anchorage 89-74 Saturday night at Alterowitz Gymnasium in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference game.

Wyoming Cowboys fall short in final minutes

The Wyoming Cowboys eliminated a double-digit deficit in the second half for the third-straight contest, but timely three pointers by Northern Colorado was too much for the Pokes to overcome in a 85-80 loss on Saturday evening in the Arena-Auditorium.

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