WHITEFISH – Quinn McQueary, Griff Amies and Tre Holmes earned Frontier Conference football athlete of the week honors, the league announced Monday.

McQueary, Montana Tech’s senior quarterback, was named the offensive player of the week. He completed 21 of 31 passes for 359 yards and four touchdowns, while also adding 73 yards and two touchdowns rushing.

Amies, who was named the special teams player of the week, converted on all eight of his kick attempts for Rocky Mountain College in the Battlin’ Bears’ win at Carroll. The senior kicker made four field goals and four extra points.

McQueary and Amies were both named the NAIA national players of the week, as well.

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Holmes, a 6-foot, 265-pound defensive lineman at Southern Oregon had three solo tackles, two assisted tackles, two tackles-for-loss and 2.5 quarterback sacks. SOU earned a 41-25 win over the College of Idaho as Holmes was named the conference’s defensive player of the week.

Three Montanan student-athletes won the weekly volleyball awards: Cassie Krueger of Montana State-Northern was named the attacker of the week, Montana Western’s Dylan Fowler the defender of the week, and Rayna Pilgeram of Carroll College the setter of the week.

Krueger, a 6-foot senior outside hitter from Kalispell, averaged 3.67 kills per set with a .235 hitting percentage in the Skylights’ two wins at the Providence volleyball tournament. She also averaged 3.83 digs per set.

Fowler averaged 6.17 digs per set at the Providence tournament. The 5-foot-5 junior libero from Belgrade helped Western to a 1-1 record at the tournament.

Pilgeram helped guide Carroll to two wins at the Providence tournament, averaging 9.67 assists. Pilgeram, a 6-foot senior from Helena, added two kills and 3.33 digs per set.

Carroll College swept the cross country awards. Layne Ryerson was named the men’s runner of the week after a first-place finish in the 6K at the Early Bird Open in Helena. Janie Reid also got a win at the Early Bird Open, winning the 4K to be named the women’s runner of the week.

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