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DILLON -- Another postseason of basketball excellence has Rocky Mountain College headed back to Kansas City for the NAIA men's national championship tournament.
With an absolutely wild finish on Saturday night, Rocky Mountain College is postseason bound in Frontier Conference women's basketball.
The men's basketball season at Rocky Mountain College will get under way Friday afternoon in Dillon.
Sergio Trocha, a 6-foot-9 junior center from Colombia, had his second straight double-double Friday night as Rocky Mountain College blitzed The King’s University College 90-42 in men’s basketball play at the Fortin Center.
When Joe Stulc glanced at the clock, he knew there were no more options.