DILLON — Rocky Mountain College’s first Frontier Conference football victory of the season was a thriller.
“Fight On” is the battle cry of the Rocky Mountain College football team for this coming season -- and that motto fits Corey Bummer to a tee.
There were plenty of moments to cheer this fall and numerous performances worth celebrating during the course of Rocky Mountain College’s history-making football season.
Jordan Pine of Carroll College is tackled by Jacob Barit (2) and Corey Bummer of Rocky Mountain College on Saturday.
Travis Bertelsen created some instant excitement for Rocky Mountain College on a sweltering Saturday afternoon by returning an interception 30 yards for a touchdown inside the opening minute.
With spring football nearing a close for Rocky Mountain College, coach Brian Armstrong will be putting his Battlin' Bears through a scrimmage Saturday morning on Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.
It should come as no surprise that Carroll College has been the Frontier Conference's winningest football program over the past three seasons.
Rocky Mountain College overcame icy field conditions Saturday night to achieve the winning football season it was looking for.
Veteran cornerback Ridge Fuentes is all smiles when it comes to talking about the Rocky Mountain College defense.
LAUREL -- Quarterback Bryce Baker tossed a pair of touchdown passes and linebacker Collin Harrell returned a fumble 58 yards for another score Saturday morning during Rocky Mountain College's intrasquad scrimmage at the LHS Sports Complex.
Stalwarts Thomas Ackerman, JT Fitzgerald, Phil Urlacher, Steffan Blume, Chris Molen and Paul Palu are no longer a part of the defense at Rocky Mountain College.
Tight end Tyler Miller (88) reels in a pass against Corey Bummer (17) Friday night during the Rocky Mountain College scrimmage on Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium. Miller caught five passes for 54 yards and a touchdown.
Quarterback Bryce Baker eludes Corey Bummer (17) during Friday night's Green-White Scrimmage for Rocky Mountain College on Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium. Baker threw for 297 yards and two touchdowns for the Rocky offense.
Rocky Mountain College football announced the signing of four players this week, including two from Joliet and one from Laurel.
Ryan Toner of Billings Central and Corey Bummer of Laurel have signed letters of intent to play football at Rocky Mountain College.
Corey Bummer of Laurel nearly intercepts a pass intended for Layne Waid of Havre during the first half of play Saturday, October 31, 2009.
We ask the same questions to three members of the same team and see how they compare. This week's team: Laurel football.