Needing a win in the worst way, the Montana State University-Northern Lights turned to their home crowd and the friendly confines of the Armory Gymnasium Thursday night.
And it worked as the Lights toppled Rocky Mountain College, 87-83 to snap a four-game Frontier Conference losing streak. It was also Northern's second win over RMC this season.
The Lights, though, had to come from behind to do it.
Trailing 39-35 at halftime, Northern came out in the second half, outscoring the Bears 52-44 in a 20-minute shootout. The Lights wound up shooting 60 percent from the field in the second half a...