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    The Montana Tech women’s basketball team earned the right to host a Frontier Conference quarterfinal on Tuesday with a win over Carroll College on Thursday night. Those same Saints will be back in Butte at the HPER Complex for the postseason matchup, with tip set for 7 p.m.

      The night that belonged to Julie Caputo and Baylee Watson, the Carroll College seniors being honored, but it didn’t have the cherry-on-top ending the Saints would have liked.

        Cassidy Hashley rediscovered her offensive form, putting up 25 points and bringing down 11 rebounds as the Carroll College women completed a season sweep of Great Falls, 78-72 on Friday night in the PE Center.

        Carroll College sophomore forward Hannah Dean was named to the CoSIDA College Division Academic All-District 4 Team, released by the organization Thursday.


        Hannah Dean, Cassidy Hashley and Baylee Watson combined for 37 points and the Carroll College women defeated the University of Great Falls 55-43 in the Electric City on Saturday night.

        Once again, the Carroll College women battled MSU-Northern to the final few minutes. And, once again, the No. 11 Skylights prevailed, bottling up the Saints for a 47-43 win in Havre on Friday night.

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