HELENA — In a football game that offered a season’s worth of drama and highlights, Rocky Mountain College wound up losing by a foot.
Ryan Toner of Rocky Mountain College collides with Matt Wymore of Carroll College after catching a ball Saturday.
Ryan Toner of Rocky Mountain College is tripped up by Matt Upham of Carroll College after making a catch Saturday.
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.
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.
"All In" is the slogan for the Rocky Mountain College football team this season.
DICKINSON, N.D. -- The Rocky Mountain College football team wasn’t in a history-setting mood on Saturday.
MILES CITY — It wasn’t pretty at times, but Rocky Mountain College came out victorious in its season-opening football game Friday night.
Rocky Mountain College's no-huddle, hurry-up offense just keeps getting faster and faster.
Lineman Jake Scharbrough was on the losing end of Rocky Mountain College’s annual Green vs. White intrasquad scrimmage Friday night — but he still liked what he saw on defense.
Rocky Mountain College slot receiver Cole Cattelan will do just about anything to get on the football field this fall.
LAUREL -- Quarterback Bryce Baker tossed a pair of touchdown passes and linebacker Collin Harrell returned a fumble 58 yards for another score Saturday morning during Rocky Mountain College's intrasquad scrimmage at the LHS Sports Complex.
Ryan Toner of Billings Central and Corey Bummer of Laurel have signed letters of intent to play football at Rocky Mountain College.
Billings Central High held its Twirp dance on Saturday and crowned royalty.
Billings Central’s 6-foot-3, 170-pound senior cornerback/receiver Ryan Toner has been a big part of the Rams’ success this season. He leads the team with 26 catches for 407 yards and four touchdowns.
Billings Central’s Ryan Toner (4) leaps in front of a Dillon receiver for an interception in the second quarter of last Saturday’s Class A quarterfinal game. Also defending on the play is Kevin O’Brien (2).
A pass intended for Ryan Toner of Billings Central is intercepted by MacKenzie McGrath of Dillon during the first half of play on Saturday, November 7, 2009 at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium. Central struggled on offense until scoring a touchdown late in the fourth quarter to win 7-3.
A year ago, Cole Cattelan took the majority of the snaps at quarterback for Billings Central, helping the Rams to their second consecutive appearance in the State A championship game.
Ryan Toner, receiver for Billings Central, is tackled after making a reception during the first half against Worland on Saturday, August 29, 2009 in Billings.