One third of the way through its spring football practices, Rocky Mountain College is making steady improvement.
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.
BUTTE — It was some relentless defense that did it for Rocky Mountain College Saturday as the No. 18-ranked Battlin’ Bears fought off No. 21 Montana Tech 13-6 for their first football victory in Butte since 1999.
Bryce Baker has done some remarkable things with his arm and legs during his two-plus seasons as the starting quarterback for Rocky Mountain College's fast-paced offense.
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.
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.
MILES CITY — Rocky Mountain College coach Brian Armstrong is well aware that his Battlin’ Bears will be playing in the nation’s first college football game of the 2013 season on Friday night — and his instructions to his players were pretty simple.
It’s crazy to think the season-opening game for Rocky Mountain College’s football team is less than a week away.
Wide receiver Ryan Toner and defensive end Wyatt Johnson were in on several big plays Saturday morning during Rocky Mountain College's lively 65-minute scrimmage on Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.
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.
MALTA -- Malta and Missoula Loyola don’t cross paths on the football field very often. But when they do, there’s a lot at stake.
Running backs Jade Olson of Malta and Zach (Dunn) Salvat of Joliet have signed letters of intent to join the football program at Rocky Mountain College in the fall, head coach Brian Armstrong said.
It's going to be a clash of titans Saturday at Schilling Field in Fairfield.
And then there were four.
All five football classifications are now into their playoff brackets, as the AA concluded its regular season last Saturday. The rest of the classes played their first round playoff games, and the fields are now narrowed to eight teams – four games – in each class.
The Malta football program has been getting great leadership from Scott King for the past 23 seasons.
It’s the final weekend of September, meaning only one month of regular season football remains for all teams except for those in Class AA.