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Frontier Notebook: Resiliency is key in early Frontier play

Talk about bouncing back. Entering the second week of January, there were a lot of Frontier Conference men's and women's basketball teams that need to rebound. And this past week, many of them did....

 

Hi-Line Girls: Box Elder, North Star win big

There were plenty of big matchups in girls high school basketball on the Hi-Line last week. As a matter of fact, from here out, there's going to plenty of big games every week, as the season starts to...

 

Area ties, midyear transfers highlight first list of MSU-N football 2019 recruits

Andrew Rolin is into his second year of recruiting as head coach of the Montana State University-Northern Lights. And while Northern was a young team in 2018 and has a wealth of returning talent, Roli...

 

Skylights bury Diggers in OT

Tiara Gilham has missed much of her second season in a Montana State University-Northern Skylight uniform with a leg injury. But healthy again, she announced her return to the Northern lineup with a...

 

Streaking Lights beat Tech

The Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team returned tot he Armory Gymnasium playing perhaps its best basketball of the season, after wins over nationally ranked Lewis-Clark State and...

 

MSU-N matmen dominate in Dickinson

The Montana State University-Northern Lights are in full gear, as the stretch run of their 2018-19 wrestling season is here. And, they showed their dominance this past Saturday. The Lights were in...

 

HHS swimmers look sharp at Stacy Frey Memorial

The Havre High swim teams are hitting their stride. And the Blue Ponies showed that at one of the top regular season meets in Montana this past weekend. Saturday, Havre was in Great Falls for the...

 

Lights hoping to stay hot against surging Diggers

To say the Montana State University-Northern Lights have come a long way in a short amount of time would be undercutting just what the Lights have done in the last week. After suffering a...

 

Skylights ready to battle improving Tech

In the last week, the Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball team has come oh so close to beating not one, but two NAIA Top 25 teams in Frontier Conference play. But, in narrow losses...

 

Lights put on a show in Forsyth

The first dual of 2019 for the Montana State University-Northern Lights was going to be a big one. That's because the Lights took their show to Forsyth, the home of three of Northern's biggest stars,...

 

Northern sweeps Montana Tech in the Armory

Tiara Gilham has missed much of her second season in a Montana State University-Northern Skylight uniform with a leg injury. But, healthy again, she announced her return to the Northern lineup with a...

 

Jerry Wagner named new MSU-Northern volleyball coach

Jerry Wagner is home. One week after interviewing for the vacant head volleyball job at Montana State University-Northern, Wagner was introduced as the new head coach Thursday inside the Armory Gymnas...

 

Dogie legends part of a showcase night for Northern wrestling in Forsyth

Forsyth is a wrestling town. After all, the Dogies have been one of Class B's premiere programs over the last decade. But, Thursday night, the town of Forsyth will get a chance to see the next level...

 

Lights stop Argos in overtime; Skylights lose a heartbreaker

It turns out, the Montana State University-Northern Lights weren't done knocking off NAIA Top 25 teams after Saturday's thrilling win over Lewis-Clark State. Instead, the Lights earned another...

 

Hi-Line Girls: Bears top Longhorns in round one

With teams rested and ready to go, the 2019 Hi-Line girls basketball season began in Ernest last week. And now, with Christmas break over, the race to the postseason is underway. The return to...

 

Frontier Notebook: Ranked rivals nothing new for Lights, Skylights

The Montana State University-Northern men's and women's basketball teams are getting awfully used to their Frontier Conference games being against rivals ranked in the NAIA Top 25. Already this...

 

Havre's Lane Paulson inks with MSU-N

Lane Paulson has always had dreams of wrestling in college. Now, not only will he fulfill that dream, he’ll do it in his hometown. Monday, Montana State University-Northern head wrestling coach Tyso...

 

Bombs Away: Lights stun Warriors

What a difference 24 hours can make. And that was certainly the case for the Montana State University-Northern Lights. After a tough night shooting against the UM-Western Bulldogs, the Lights' fortune...

 

Skylights fight tough Frontier rivals

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights knew their first two Frontier Conference home games of the season were going to be daunting. And they were because they had to play two rivals ranked...

 

Northern volleyball is full circle for Wagner

When Jerry Wagner was cutting his college coaching teeth at then Northern Montana College, the Applied Technologies on the Northern campus didn't even exist yet. On Thursday however, Wagner stood...

 

Skylights welcome in NAIA powerhouses

The Montana State University-Northern Skylights opened Frontier Conference play last month against a pair of NAIA Top 25 teams. Now, the Skylights will begin January in the same fashion. Only this...

 

Ponies anxious to dive back in

When the Havre High swim teams arrive at the Montana State Swimming Championships next month in Bozeman, they'll be greeted by plenty of changes. For the first time in high school swimming history,...

 

Lights resume Frontier play in the Armory

The non-conference season has been a grind for the Montana State University-Northern Lights. But the Lights are rewarded with starting 2019 in the friendly confines of the Armory Gymnasium. Tonight,...

 

Western sweeps Northern in the Armory

In basketball, sometimes, the ball just doesn't go in the hole. And that was the case for the Montana State University-Northern Lights in their first Frontier Conference game of 2019. Friday night,...

 

Lights knock off 10th-ranked Warriors; Skylights fall just short

What a difference 24 hours can make. And that was certainly the case for the Montana State University-Northern Lights. After a tough night shooting against the UM-Western Bulldogs, the Lights'...

 

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