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For now, Frontier football is officially a go

Frontier votes to keep most fall sports as is, though volleyball is yet to be decided


Last updated 8/3/2020 at 7:46am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern quarterback Brendan Medina throws a pass during a 2019 Frontier Conference game against Rocky Mountain College in Havre. The Lights are set to play their first 2020 home game Sept. 26 against RMC, after the Frontier Conference Council of Presidents approved an eight-game fall schedule for the Frontier football.

The NAIA has officially decided that its 2020 football playoffs and national championship game won't be played until sometime in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. And that goes for all NAIA fall sports.

However, for now at least, the Frontier Conference will go forward with a fall football schedule.

The NAIA"s football announcement came Thursday night, and less than 24 hours later the Frontier Conference Council of Presidents, along with the league's athletic directors, met Friday and approved an eight-game Montana-only fall football schedule. The league also announced that cross cou...

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