Fans of the football teams at Rocky Mountain College and Eastern Oregon University have been taken for quite a spin whenever the Battlin’ Bears and Mountaineers cross paths.
Rocky Mountain College will be going up against another nationally ranked foe in Eastern Oregon University on Saturday afternoon at Herb Klindt Field.
For the third consecutive week, Rocky Mountain College is No. 1 in the NAIA’s Top 25 national women’s volleyball poll.
It's a new football season, but the same old problem for Rocky Mountain College.
Whenever Rocky Mountain College and Carroll College have tangled in football over the past few seasons, the games have developed into super showdowns.
Andre McCullouch has come up with another huge catch for Rocky Mountain College.
Saturday afternoon's home opener for Rocky Mountain College’s football team is shaping up to be a doozy.
Rocky Mountain College traipsed all over the nation en route to becoming the NAIA's No. 1 volleyball team — and the Battlin' Bears tightened their grip on the top spot in this week's Top 25 coaches poll after sweeping two matches at home.
Baltimore Orioles’ fans saluted pitcher Jeff Ballard as one of their 50 all-time favorite players in 2004 — and the personable Billings native is still beaming years later.
Ryan Steska doesn’t spend all of his practice time kicking the football.
Rocky Mountain College has certainly gone the distance in women's volleyball over the past two weeks -- flying nearly 7,000 miles -- in seeking out tough competition.
An interesting weekend of football ahead for the Frontier Conference, featuring league openers, an enticing showdown and a team coming off a 37-year hiatus.
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.
Rocky Mountain College has won seven of its last eight season openers in football and is ranked ninth nationally this year, but nobody is more curious to see this group of Battlin' Bears in action than head coach Brian Armstrong.
Hannah Zwemke is a Billings West cheerleader who also happens to play a spirited, entertaining game of golf.
“Fight On” is the battle cry of the Rocky Mountain College football team for this coming season -- and that motto fits Corey Bummer to a tee.
When it comes to State AA boys golf this fall, it might be tough to beat the three Billings schools.
As a wide receiver and student pilot at Rocky Mountain College, Cole Cattelan can't wait for this football season and school year to take off.
The good news for the women’s volleyball team at Rocky Mountain College is that all 13 players return from last year's 25-win team, and the Battlin’ Bears also learned Tuesday afternoon that they’re the 17th-ranked school in the NAIA’s Top 25 preseason poll.
It took a legendary U.S. Amateur Championship player to eliminate Billings golfer Brandon McIver from the prestigious match-play competition Thursday.
A stellar finish to his opening match on Wednesday has Brandon McIver marching on at the U.S. Amateur Championship.
In making his second consecutive appearance at the U.S. Amateur Championship, Brandon McIver had a clear objective: advance to the match-play portion of the 114th annual United States Golf Association showcase event.
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.
Rocky Mountain College played in the first college football game in the nation last season.
When it comes to the Montana State Women's Golf Association State Amateur, Kyla Clancy has been a consistent, classy top 10 performer.