The men's basketball program at Rocky Mountain College has added Kace Kitchel, a 6-foot-8, 240-pound forward from Indiana, for the coming season.
The four-time state champion recently signed with the Argos.
The Battlin' Bears will open the season on the road at Southern Oregon.
Two other Battlin' Bears, Mei-Li Stevens and Jackson Wilson, earn All-American status at NAIA national meet.
Reed was the Western AA's defensive player of the year last season.
For the 2021-22 season, Carroll finished first with 127.5 points followed by Rocky Mountain College with 118.5 points and Montana Tech with 114.5 points.
Quarterbacks Mikkel Rider from Harlem and Chase Fields from Lewistown highlight a 20-player class.
Baird appeared in 27 games with the Vikings last season.
Brooks averaged 20 points, five rebounds and four steals per game while winning two 1A state championships.
“This is really year one for track and field and we’re on top…It means a lot. It hasn’t set in because you’re so high-strung all the time. We’ll celebrate tonight, for sure.”
“[Wednesday] we have a big day and the rest of the team has a lot of points to score. We’re really excited to see what we can do.”
The 5-foot-8 Berreth averaged 16.4 points and 4.7 rebounds per game with Class B Bigfork
By now, Little Light’s supremacy on the track is an expectation, not a surprise.
Egan, who helped Colstrip win the Class B state basketball championship last month, will be taking her volleyball talents to Montana State-Northern in the fall.
Athletes from Rocky Mountain College and Montana State Billings won track and field events Friday at the annual Trudnowski Open hosted by Carroll College.
The University of Providence has signed five in-state wrestlers, including a pair of four-time state placers with local connections.
From Hornet to Battlin' Bear, White Sulphur Springs standout signs with Rocky volleyball.
Graham averaged 10.0 points and nearly four assists per game for Lewistown, which finished second at the Class A state tournament.
Graham helped the Eagles to a second-place finish at the Class A state boys basketball tournament in March.
Dixon played this past season at Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona, where he averaged 11.3 and 7.3 assists in 29 games as a sophomore.
The leading scorer this season for the Great Falls CMR Rustlers has signed to play basketball at MSU-Northern.
The Battlin' Bears laid claim to the men's and women's team titles as well as top individual honors at Banbury Golf Course.
Avery Walker of Bozeman Gallatin and Ashlee Wang of Fort Benton are both 5-foot-3 guards.
School records were set in the men's pole vault and women's 100-meter dash.
The NAIA becomes the first organization to offer women's wrestling as a national championship sport.