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Not surprised that Northern is doing a great job of safely hosting games


Last updated 12/15/2020 at 7:51am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's Allix Goldhahn splits two Lewis-Clark State defenders during a college basketball game last Saturday in the Armory Gymnasium. Last weekend's games were the first sporting events to be held on the MSU-N campus since the coronavirus pandemic began.

Playing games without fans isn't new to much of America. In fact, right now, it's kind of the new normal as the coronavirus continues to ravage this country. But playing games without fans had been new to Montana State University-Northern sports, simply because, Northern really hasn't hosted a major sporting event since the pandemic began.

That, though, changed this past weekend when the Lights and Skylights hosted the first basketball games of the 2020-21 season. The Northern women played Lewis-Clark State Friday night and again Saturday, while the MSU-N men took on Yellowstone Christian...

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