Torry Hill, who wrapped up a stellar four-year basketball career as a guard at Montana last season, will be assisting with the women’s program at Rocky Mountain College in the fall.
Jeff Malby is returning to Rocky Mountain College as an assistant men's basketball coach.
When Bruce Parker was introduced last week as Rocky Mountain College’s new athletic director, he looked out in the large crowd at the press conference and made note of all the Battlin’ Bear coaches in attendance.
Forward Kendel Wilkerson, who played last season for Dawson Community College in Glendive, has signed with the women's basketball program at Rocky Mountain College.
Sam Harper, who was the starting center on Missoula Sentinel's state championship girls basketball team last season, has signed with Rocky Mountain College and will join the women's program at the NAIA Frontier Conference school in the fall.
Guard Whitney Mitchell of Western Wyoming Community College will be joining the women's basketball program at Rocky Mountain College this coming season.
Savage's Bridger Rice, who played women's basketball at Minot State University the past two seasons, is transferring to Rocky Mountain College in the fall.
Stephanie Boehm of Billings West has signed a letter of intent with the women's basketball program at Rocky Mountain College.
Wes Keller was introduced as the new women’s basketball coach at Rocky Mountain College during a press conference on Monday afternoon in the Fortin Center’s Hall of Fame room.
In coach Bill Dreikosen's dreams, his Rocky Mountain College men's basketball team qualifies for the NAIA Division I national championships every season.
Len “Fuzzy” Wilkins’ days on the bench and at practice ended after last season, but that doesn’t mean he has stopped working to ensure Rocky Mountain College keeps racking up victories in men’s basketball.
James Bulluck, who starred as a forward on Rocky Mountain College’s 2009 NAIA national championship basketball team, will be serving as an assistant coach for the Battlin’ Bears this coming season.
Rocky Mountain College was given a tough assignment for the Frontier Conference men’s basketball tournament, but so far that hasn’t hindered the Battlin’ Bears.
Be it football, basketball or whatever else, winning is an institution at Beaverhead County High School in Dillon.