Frontier Notebook: Halfway done, lot's left to do in the Frontier Conference

Frontier Conference Notebook


October 22, 2019

Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's Brenden Medina throws a pass during last week's Frontier Conference game against Rocky Mountain College at Blue Pony Stadium. The Frontier has passed th ehalfway point, and Medina is ranked fourth in the league in passing seven games into his first season with the Lights. Northern travels to Western this Saturday.

The Frontier Conference football season is half over. So, without further ado, it's time to take a look at who might garner the league's top awards when the season comes to a close next month.

Of course, the biggest award each year is always the Frontier Offensive MVP, and this season, several candidates have the inside track at the halfway point.

Two of those candidates hail from league-leading College of Idaho, in running back Nick Calzaretta and quarterback Darius-James Peterson. Calazaretta has burst onto the Frontier scene with his 140 yards per game average. He's racked up 809 rushi...

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