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First-half mistakes doom Lights against Western

The Montana State University-Northern football team is looking to make a jump this season but so far this fall, mistakes such as turnovers have held them back. This past Saturday afternoon in Dillon against University of Montana Western, turnovers again put the Lights in a hole that put them down 28-0 at halftime. The Lights did battle back in the second half but UMW held on to win 42-28. While MSU-N head coach Andrew Rolin was proud of his team for battling back, he knows they cannot give the ball away if they are going to compete in the Frontier Conference.
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Players of Week

WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference named Players of the Week for football and volleyball Monday. Offensive Player of the Week: Nate Simkins, Montana Western. Simkins is a 5-foot-10, 160-pound senior wide receiver from Dillon. In No. 23 Montana Western’s 42-28 conference win over MSU-Northern, Simkins caught eight passes for 92 yards and three touchdowns. The three touchdown receptions in a single game ties a Montana Western school record. Also nominated: Jet Campbell of Montana Tech, Nathan Dick of Rocky Mountain College, Camron Rothie of Carroll College and Isaiah Thomas of Eastern Oregon.
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Billings Gazette

Frontier Conference golfers to converge on Argo Invitational in Great Falls

GREAT FALLS – Golfers from five Frontier Conference programs will compete Monday and Tuesday at the Argo Invitational, hosted by the University of Providence. Action begins Monday at 9 a.m. at Meadow Lark Country Club, where the men will play 36 holes and the women will play 18. The tourney concludes Tuesday at 8 a.m. with both men and women playing 18 holes.
GREAT FALLS, MT
Montana Standard

Rocky football taking win-now attitude into homecoming matchup vs. Montana Tech

BILLINGS — Rocky Mountain College is 2-0 and so far fulfilling a team-wide commitment for the 2021 football season. “Everybody really understands that this is our time to win now, and we want to go get it,” sophomore defensive lineman Dylan Beridon said this week. “We don’t want to wait. We have to go get it now, and this is our time.”
BILLINGS, MT
buttesports.com

Orediggers look to start fast, get first win

Montana Tech’s football team will look for its first win of the season Saturday when the Orediggers take on No. 24 Rocky Mountain College. First, though, the Orediggers need their first lead of the season in the Frontier Conference game that kicks off at 1 p.m. on the turf of the Herb Klindt Field. (Radio: KBOW, 550 AM, 101.5 FM, kbow550.net or on the KBOW app.)
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Orediggers hold on for narrow win over Rocky Mountain College

BILLINGS - It took a while for both offenses to wake up but when they did, it was a show as the teams combined for 28 points in the 2nd quarter. Orediggers took a 3-0 lead into the 2nd quarter and a Jet Campell touchdown pass to Logan Kennedy would make it 10- with 8:11 left in the quarter. Rocky would respond on the very next drive, Nathan Dick would find Donavon Sellgren for a 45-yard touchdown pass. A Mark Estes 14-yard touchdown run extended the Orediggers lead to 17-7 and just before half Campell connected with Kyle Torgerson for a touchdown to give Montana Tech a 24-7 halftime lead.
BILLINGS, MT
Havre Daily News

Skylights set for preseason conference tournament

With an 8-5 record in their non-conference schedule, the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team is looking to carry that success into Frontier Conference play this fall. While their matches this weekend will not go toward the standings, the Skylights hope to use the Preseason Frontier Conference Tournament at Armory Gymnasium to get better before the matches matter.
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