With one quick glance around the practice field at Rocky Mountain College, it’s easy to see that there is a lot to like about this year’s Battlin’ Bears football team.
Lanky wide receiver Rodd Wohlfeil emerged as one of the stars of Rocky Mountain College's spring football game on Saturday afternoon at Herb Klindt Field.
After a dozen practices this spring, Rocky Mountain College football coach Brian Armstrong believes the Battlin’ Bears’ defense is ahead of the offense.
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.
Ten Rocky Mountain College football players have been selected for all-Frontier Conference honors, and Battlin' Bear head coach Brian Armstrong has been chosen as the league's coach of the year.
Here we go again.
Senior linebacker Travis Bertelsen of Rocky Mountain College wasn’t about to lose on his home field on Senior Day.
Rocky Mountain College football coach Brian Armstrong isn’t that keen on rehashing history, but his Battlin’ Bears keep making it this season.
Rocky Mountain College safety Kyle Mai has been selected as the defensive player of the week in the Frontier Conference, while Battlin’ Bears kicker Ryan Steska received the special teams player award.
Make room for Rocky Mountain College on top of the Frontier Conference football standings.
Over the years, whenever Brett Hilde would return home to Culbertson, he would inevitably be asked about how the Rocky Mountain College football team was doing or about the outlook for the coming 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.
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.
There is nothing rough about this Rocky start.
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.
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.
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.
Kyle Mai, an all-conference defensive back from Lewiston, Idaho, has signed a letter of intent with Rocky Mountain College's football program.
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