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West High’s Deven Creech signs with Dawson Softball

No question Dawson Community College turned in a record breaking season a year ago, advancing to the district tournament finishing with a 43-5 overall record. On Monday, Head Softball coach Jim LeProwse announced the signing of West High Softball player Deven Creech.

FCS Playoffs matchups set for Cats, Griz

Montana State will host Albany and the Griz will host Southeastern Louisiana on December 7th. Both games will be at 1 PM and will be exclusively broadcasted on ESPN3.

Sutton leaves MSUB for Twins, Wright to Toronto Blue Jays

After three seasons with MSU Billings, Aaron Sutton and Ryan Wright are leaving the Magic City to pursue jobs in professional baseball. Sutton has been hired as the manager of the Twins' High A Affiliate, the Fort Myers Miracle. Wright will become a hitting coach in the Toronto Blue Jays organization.

MSUB dominates Providence in home opener

Scoring early and often, Montana State University Billings dominated University of Providence 91-59 behind a 17 point, seven-rebound performance by Taylor Cunningham at Alterowitz Gymnasium Saturday night in women’s basketball.

Rams use strong start to defeat Mustangs, 35-6

In a muddy home contest, the Red Lodge Rams overpowered Malta on both sides of the ball to win 35-6. Now the Rams will hit the road to face Eureka in the Class B semifinals. HIGHLIGHTS:

Sutton departs MSUB for Minnesota Twins, Wright hired by Toronto Blue Jays

Head coach Aaron Sutton is leaving the program to take a post as manager for the Minnesota Twins high A affiliate, the Fort Myers Miracle, announced the department Thursday. Assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Ryan Wright will also leave his post after three seasons to become a minor league hitting coach for the Toronto Blue Jays.