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Rocky Mountain College's 1984 football team, which won the Frontier Conference championship and advanced to the NAIA playoffs, will be inducted into the school's Clara Klindt Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Sept. 27.
DICKINSON, N.D. -- A fast start Saturday afternoon led to a season-opening football victory for Rocky Mountain College, which defeated Dickinson State 40-21 behind the passing of quarterback Bryce Baker and a defense that hounded the Blue Hawks into committing four turnovers.
It rained on Rocky Mountain College's Green & White scrimmage Friday night on Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium, but that didn't dampen the enthusiasm or the physicality of the Battlin' Bears' final spring workout.
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.
Livingston's Landon Willyerd and Helena Capital's Preston Pearson have signed letters of intent to join the football program at Rocky Mountain College.
Landon Willyerd of Livingston forces an out on David Swecker of Laurel during the Montana Class A tournament at Dehler Park on Friday, July 30, 2010.