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  • Friday’s Scores

    Friday’s Scores0

    BOYS BASKETBALL Big Timber 68, Townsend 53 Bigfork 71, St. Ignatius 24 Billings West 57, Butte 41 Bridger 57, Absarokee 42 Cascade 58, Augusta 41 Chester-Joplin-Inverness 49, Box Elder 38 Choteau 68, Centerville 56 Colstrip 54, Glendive 37 Darby 66, Victor 57 Denton-Geyser-Stanford 60, Roy-Winifred 42 Drummond 51, Harrison-Willow Creek 22 Fairfield 82, Cut Bank

  • Golden Bears hold back Butte High girls

    Golden Bears hold back Butte High girls0

    By Bill Foley Charlie Johnson threw a curve ball to the Butte High girls’ basketball team Friday night. The Billings West coach sent his Golden Bears onto the Butte Civic Center court to play zone defense against the Bulldogs. That defense, which came from a team that played primarily man-to-man this season, stymied the Bulldogs

  • Maroons suffer second setback of the season

    Maroons suffer second setback of the season0

    By Shelly Davis FRENCHTOWN — The Butte Central boys’ basketball team ended up with a split against Frenchtown, each squad winning on their home court. Frenchtown’s Coach Mark Quinn had his team well prepared and primed to avenge their seven-point loss 46-39 earlier this season at the conference and home opener at the Maroon Activities

  • Argos top Tech men

    Argos top Tech men0

    GREAT FALLS — The University of Providence won Round 2 with the Montana Tech men’s basketball team Friday night. One night after the Orediggers won the completion of a delayed game with the Argonauts, Providence pulled away in the second half for a 70-62 win over Tech at the McLaughlin Center. (Stats) Sergio Berkley came

  • Bulldogs boys fall short at Billings West

    Bulldogs boys fall short at Billings West0

    BILLINGS — For three quarters, the Butte High boys’ basketball team played right with Billings West Friday night at the Golden Dome. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, the first quarter was all about the Golden Bears. West jumped out to an 11-point lead in the first frame, and the Bears held off the Bulldogs for a

  • Maroons buck Broncs

    Maroons buck Broncs0

    By Bruce Sayler Head coach Meg Murphy testified for the Butte Central defense Friday night and the Maroons provided her plenty of evidence. The BC girls shook Frenchtown for a 35-26 Southwestern A Conference girls’ basketball win, thank largely to the 10-for-43 shooting (23 percent) they limited the Broncs. Butte Central will be home against

  • Oredigger women roll to 90-62 win at Providence

    Oredigger women roll to 90-62 win at Providence0

    GREAT FALLS — This time there was no cold second half for the Orediggers. Twelve days after the Montana Tech women’s basketball team fell flat in the second half in Great Falls, the Orediggers lit up the McLaughlin Center with a 90-62 Frontier Conference win over the first-place University of Providence. (Stats) The Orediggers (2-5,

  • BSB rec director says baseball talks positive

    BSB rec director says baseball talks positive0

    By Bruce Sayler The initial meetings were positive between Butte-Silver Bow government officials and executives from the Expedition League summer baseball experiment, one of those involved said. The Expedition League is set to play an eight-team schedule this summer over 64 games per club in the Great Plains area in its inaugural season. J.P. Gallagher

  • Thursday’s Scores

    Thursday’s Scores0

    BOYS BASKETBALL Arlee 65, Hot Springs 14 Billings Senior 73, Billings West 64 Bridger 76, Roberts 30 Columbia Falls 70, Browning 65 Forsyth 63, Red Lodge 50 Gardiner 76, Shields Valley 27 Hamilton 63, Corvallis 45 Harrison-Willow Creek 55, Sheridan 39 Helena 54, Belgrade 50 Kalispell Glacier 63, Polson 48 Laurel 63, Columbus 17 Libby

  • Dawgs stop Saints

    Dawgs stop Saints0

    DILLON — Montana Western’s men’s basketball team saw five players score in double digits Thursday night, and the No. 16 Bulldogs topped No. 10 Carroll College 88-77 in a Frontier Conference game. (Stats) The win was the fourth straight for the Bulldogs (5-2, 15-3). The loss was the third in four games for the Saints

  • Friday’s Hot Ticket

    Friday’s Hot Ticket0

    Women’s college basketball Montana Tech at Providence 5:30 p.m. The Orediggers (1-5, 11-7) will try to stop a three-game losing streak when they take on the first-place Argos at the McLaughlin Center for the second time in less than two weeks. No. 14 Providence (6-1, 15-3) took advantage of an ice-cold Oredigger second half for

  • Oredigger men come back, win delayed game

    Oredigger men come back, win delayed game0

    GREAT FALLS — Thursday’s victory was a long time coming. Montana Tech’s men’s basketball team outscored The University of Providence 39-34 in the second half to win a game that started Jan. 70-67. (Stats) Jake Miles took a pass from Trent Molesworth and hit a 3-pointer with 3 seconds left in the game to seal

  • Western women knock off No. 10 Carroll College

    Western women knock off No. 10 Carroll College0

    DILLON — Last Saturday, the Montana Western women’s basketball team stopped a three-game losing streak that knocked them out of the NAIA Top 25 Coaches Poll. On Thursday, the Bulldogs showed that they have definitely rediscovered their groove. Brianna King had her best-scoring game since November, tossing 22 points to lead the Bulldogs to a

  • Oredigger football unveils 2018 recruiting class

    Oredigger football unveils 2018 recruiting class0

    Montana Tech head football coach Chuck Morrell announced the Oredigger recruiting class of 2018 today. The group includes many standout Montana products as well as student-athletes from Alaska, California, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. It also includes the signings of Butte High’s Greyson Mandic and Bo Mortensen. Those signings were previously reported by Butte Sports. “I

  • Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers finish game

    Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers finish game0

    Men’s college basketball Montana Tech at The University of Providence, 7 p.m. What has to be the longest halftime in the history of Montana Tech basketball will end Thursday when the Orediggers and Argonauts resume the game they started on Jan. 6 in Great Falls. Providence leads 33-31 heading into the final 20 minutes of

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