DILLON — Rocky Mountain College’s first Frontier Conference football victory of the season was a thriller.
An interesting weekend of football ahead for the Frontier Conference, featuring league openers, an enticing showdown and a team coming off a 37-year hiatus.
Rocky Mountain College's 1984 football team, which won the Frontier Conference championship and advanced to the NAIA playoffs, will be inducted into the school's Clara Klindt Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Sept. 27.
Rocky Mountain College’s recent run of success in football has the Battlin’ Bears in position this fall to make some serious history.
Three members of the Rocky Mountain College football team have received NAIA All-America recognition from the Beyond Sports Network.
Ten Rocky Mountain College football players have been selected for all-Frontier Conference honors, and Battlin' Bear head coach Brian Armstrong has been chosen as the league's coach of the year.
HELENA -- Quarterback Dakota Stonehouse threw for three touchdowns and ran for one Saturday afternoon as No. 5 Carroll College beat No. 20 Southern Oregon University 48-30 to take over sole possession of first place in the Frontier Conference.
DILLON -- Dustin Rinker ran for two touchdowns and Dakota Stonehouse passed for two as Carroll College beat Montana Western 31-7 Saturday afternoon in Frontier Conference football.
Rocky Mountain College safety Kyle Mai has been selected as the defensive player of the week in the Frontier Conference, while Battlin’ Bears kicker Ryan Steska received the special teams player award.
ASHLAND, Ore. -- Quarterback Austin Dodge threw for a school-record eight touchdowns Saturday afternoon as Southern Oregon University overwhelmed Montana Tech 59-32 in Frontier Conference football.
LA GRANDE, Ore. -- Running back Chris McGinnis-Parker scored four touchdowns -- including the game-winner with 12 seconds to play -- as previously winless Eastern Oregon University stunned No. 3-ranked Carroll College 35-31 in Frontier Conference football at Community Stadium.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- Junior quarterback Bryce Baker passed for 517 yards and three touchdowns Saturday afternoon as Rocky Mountain College opened Frontier Conference play with a 35-30 victory over No. 14-ranked Southern Oregon University.
Rocky Mountain College has traveled nearly 1,200 miles to open its Frontier Conference football schedule Saturday afternoon in Grants Pass, Ore., against No. 14-ranked Southern Oregon University.
Eight members of the Rocky Mountain College football team were selected to the all-Frontier Conference squad, which was announced by the league on Wednesday night.
Senior defensive end Brad Eliel of Rocky Mountain College has been selected by the Frontier Conference as its defensive player of the week.
BUTTE — Ekalaka's Pat Hansen rushed for 102 yards and scored three touchdowns Saturday as No. 7-ranked Montana Tech ran its winning streak to eight games with a 43-7 win over Montana Western in Frontier Conference football.
DILLON -- Senior Mackenzie Crossley kicked a 32-yard field goal with 58 seconds to play Saturday afternoon to lift Montana Western over Rocky Mountain College 23-20 in Frontier Conference football at Vigilante Field.
HELENA -- No. 7-ranked Carroll College won its fifth straight game Saturday by rushing for 358 yards and beating Montana State Northern 35-14 in Frontier Conference football at Nelson Stadium.
HELENA — No. 8-ranked Carroll College needed a late touchdown to defeat unranked Montana Western 21-14 Saturday at Nelson Stadium.
BUTTE -- Ekalaka's Pat Hansen rushed for 173 yards and scored the winning touchdown on a 1-yard run in the second overtime as No. 16-ranked Montana Tech ran its winning streak to four with a thrilling 48-45 triumph over Southern Oregon University Saturday in Frontier Conference football at A…