Rocky Mountain College has enjoyed the distinction of being ranked No. 1 in NAIA women’s volleyball all season, but four years ago some of the current Battlin’ Bears were being battle-toughened by a team of established players considered to be the most dominant in school history.
BrieAnna Geck is one of eight seniors on Rocky Mountain College's top-ranked women's volleyball team this season. The former Huntley Project standout was battled-toughened as a freshman by going up against some of the school's best players on the 2011 team.
Rocky Mountain College’s volleyball homecoming was a happy one.
State B Volleyball: The Huntley Project Red Devils defeated the Red Lodge Redskins 25-18, 25-18, 25-18 to win their second straight title.
It's that time of year where 32 volleyball teams head to Bozeman for the All-class State Volleyball Tournament. Four courts fill the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse at Montana State University, and we'll see an amazing 24(!) matches on Thursday alone. If you've never been, it's quite the spectacle,…
Red Lodge’s Elli Hellerud, left, and Huntley Project’s BrieAnna Geck vie for a ball during their teams’ meeting Sept. 7 at the Shrine Auditorium. Huntley Project won.
They are not friends but know each other well. Each is the centerpiece to her team’s offensive attack. Intelligent players, they can frustrate defenses with a variety of shots.
The Huntley Project Red Devils are on fire on the volleyball court. Through "hard work" Huntley is hoping to get back to the state championship.
Two Class B volleyball powerhouses collided Tuesday night at the Shrine Auditorium and when it was over the Huntley Project Lady Red Devils maintained their bragging rights over the Red Lodge Redskins.