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Everything fell into place for Rocky Mountain College Thursday night during a Frontier Conference basketball doubleheader against Carroll College in the Fortin Center.
Former Rocky Mountain College football coach Frank Mathew will be posthumously honored as the Ron "Swede" Kenison Memorial Award winner Thursday night during halftime of the Rocky-Carroll College men's basketball game at the Fortin Center.
Rocky Mountain College’s football team definitely displayed plenty of resolve at season’s end in ensuring both its success and a spot in school history.
Frank walked onto the campus of what is now Rocky Mountain College in the fall of 1937, a skinny, 17-year-old athlete from rural Wyoming, and began the first four years of what would be a lifelong love affair with Rocky and the city of Billings.
Frank Mathew, who was the first football coach at Rocky Mountain College and remained one of the school's staunchest supporters, died Friday morning at his Billings home. He was 92.
Shortly after announcing the signing of two in-state prep stars, the men’s basketball program at Rocky Mountain College has dipped into California to ink point guard Daundrekyc “Dun-Dun” Parham of Los Angeles Trade Tech.
A pair of school record-setters, Kasey Peters and Allie Beckers, have been honored as Rocky Mountain College's top senior athletes.