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  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog volleyball

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog volleyball0

    Prep volleyball Butte High at Great Falls Russell, 7 p.m. The Bulldogs (1-7, 1-1) jump back into Eastern AA play when they travel to the Electric City to take on the Rustlers. Butte High is coming off Saturday’s four-set loss to Billings Skyview. Kira Mortensen tallied 10 kills to lead Butte High in that match.

  • NFL drops the ball when it comes to Punt, Pass & Kick

    NFL drops the ball when it comes to Punt, Pass & Kick0

    Over 31 years running the Punt, Pass & Kick competition in Butte and western Montana, Don Davis only has 2 inches of regret. That is the how close Ryan Mickelson came within qualifying for the national finals as a 13 year old in 1995. Two measly inches. Mickelson, who went on to be a standout

  • Little Guy Football Week 2

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    McQueen Club Patriots vs. Harrington Pepsi Chargers No score was reported for a game that saw Obadia Breeton, Marquis Abad and Miles Gasser play great defense for the Chargers. Tristan Hafer played well on both sides of the ball, while Kale Dirlam showed some strong play of the offensive line. Logan Carden got the Chargers

  • Montana Tech football remains No. 5 in NAIA poll

    Montana Tech football remains No. 5 in NAIA poll0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Montana Tech Orediggers remain in the No. 5 slot of the latest NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 Poll released today. The ranking comes two days after the Orediggers improved to 3-0 with a 34-28 win over Rocky Mountain College in Billings. The poll, which is the second of the regular

  • Frontier Conference football POWs

    Frontier Conference football POWs0

    WHITEFISH — Players from Carroll College, College of Idaho and Southern Oregon University were named Frontier Conference Football Players of the Week. Offensive Player of the Week: Tanner Trosin, Southern Oregon, 6-foot, 180-pound senior quarterback from Folsom, Calif. In No. 14 Southern Oregon’s 52-28 conference road win over Montana Western, Trosin, went 36 of 48

  • Tech’s Hopcroft, Korol named Frontier top players

    Tech’s Hopcroft, Korol named Frontier top players0

    WHITEFISH — Montana Tech volleyball players Sabrina Hopcroft and Masha Korol received Frontier Conference Player of the Week honors, the league announced today. Hopcroft received the Defender of the Week award, while Korol was named Attacker of the Week. Rocky Mountain College’s Natalie Hilderman was named Setter of the Week. Hopcroft is a 5-foot-7 sophomore

  • Anaconda cross country meet called off

    Anaconda cross country meet called off0

    Today’s Anaconda cross country race at the Discovery Ski Are was canceled, Butte Central coach Bob Johnson confirmed this morning. The meet was originally scheduled for Saturday but moved back two days because of snow. Johnson said there is still too much snow on the course. There are no plans to reschedule the meet This

  • The Rock 3-on-3 youth basketball league returns

    The Rock 3-on-3 youth basketball league returns0

    The Rock 3-on-3 youth boys’ basketball league will return to the Mining City for its second year this fall. The Rock League will run on five Sunday afternoons from Oct. 15 through Nov. 12. Games will be played between 2 and 4 p.m. at the Maroon Activities Center. The Rock League will feature two divisions.

  • KC basketball schedule

    KC basketball schedule0

    Following is the Knights of Columbus Athletic Club’s four-man basketball for the week of Sept. 18. Monday 6 p.m. — BC Boys vs. Oasis 7 p.m. — BMW I Series vs. Oasis 8 p.m. — Fresh Men vs. Rats Tuesday 6 p.m. — BC Boys vs. Space Jam 7 p.m. — Logan’s vs. BMW I

  • Broncs start fast, sweep past Maroons

    Broncs start fast, sweep past Maroons0

    By Bill Foley Butte Central’s 25-12, 28-26, 25-19 loss to Hamilton Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center came down to one word. Consistency. Rather, it was a lack there off for the Maroons, who once again showed that, at times, they can compete with anybody. “For us, it’s consistency right now. We’ve got to focus

  • Falcons take down Bulldogs in four sets

    Falcons take down Bulldogs in four sets0

    By Bruce Sayler The experience edge Billings Skyview had in volleyball over Butte High may have simply just been in winning. The Falcons have enjoyed fielding one of Class AA’s more successful programs in the last couple of decades. They posted a 25-16, 23-25, 25-21, 25-17 Eastern AA Conference win over the Bulldogs Saturday in

  • Tech spikes Warriors

    Tech spikes Warriors0

    By Bill Foley Right when Lewis-Clark State College was hitting its grove Saturday afternoon, Montana Tech hand an answer. The Orediggers used an 8-0 run late in the third set to stop the surging Warriors in their tracks and finish off a a 25-19, 25-18, 25-18 Frontier Conference volleyball victory at the HPER Complex. Stats

  • Butte boys win, girls fall at Billings Skyview

    Butte boys win, girls fall at Billings Skyview0

    BILLINGS — The Butte High soccer teams won one and lost one against Billings Skyview Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs picked up a 3-0 victory, while the girls dropped a 3-1 decision. Russell Park scored on an assist from Trevyn Roth 16 minutes into the game to put the Bulldog boys on top for good. Osvaldo

  • Trosin, Raiders topple Bulldogs in shootout

    Trosin, Raiders topple Bulldogs in shootout0

    DILLON — Tanner Trosin passed for 404 yards and three touchdowns Saturday as No. 14 Southern Oregon beat Montana Western 52-28 at Vigilante Field. Stats Trosin also ran for a score, as did Louis Maclin, Michael Roots and Austin May. Jordan Suell grabbed seven passes for 117 yards and two scores. Benntt Gigson passed for

  • Orediggers hold onto victory in Billings

    Orediggers hold onto victory in Billings0

    BILLINGS — No. 5 Montana Tech jumped out to a big lead and then held on for a 34-28 Frontier Conference victory over Rocky Mountain College this afternoon on the Herb Klindt Field. Stats Quinn McQueary passed for 327 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Orediggers to 3-0 on the season. But it was

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