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  • Thursday’s Scores

    Thursday’s Scores0

    BOYS BASKETBALL Arlee 98, Seeley-Swan 49 Bigfork 59, Eureka 16 Bridger 64, Absarokee 29 Colstrip 70, St. Labre 56 Columbia Falls 48, Stevensville 32 Dillon 69, Belgrade 66, 2OT Fairfield 81, Cut Bank 37 Great Falls Central 60, Dutton-Brady 31 Great Falls Russell 51, Helena 33 Hamilton 42, Corvallis 15 Helena Capital 54, Butte 42,

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  • Helena Capital girls outlast Bulldogs in battle

    Helena Capital girls outlast Bulldogs in battle0

    By Bill Foley Some night, that will be a game the Butte High girls’ basketball team will win. That night wasn’t Thursday night, however. The Bulldogs couldn’t overcome a cold second half, and Helena Capital left the Butte Civic Center with a 44-38 non-conference win over Butte High. “We just got tight,” Butte High head

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  • Bulldog boys fall in overtime at Capital

    Bulldog boys fall in overtime at Capital0

    HELENA — Matt McGinley scored eight of his game-high 25 points in overtime Thursday night, and Helena Capital knocked off Butte High 54-42 in a non-conference thriller. In all, McGinley scored 20 points after halftime as the Bengals pulled out a win in a game Butte High led much of the way. After rallying to

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  • Friday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs, Maroons, Diggers

    Friday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs, Maroons, Diggers0

    Prep wrestling Butte High and Butte Central at CMR Holiday Classic, 11 a.m. The Bulldogs and a few Maroons will look to continue a strong December at one of the biggest tournaments of the season. Butte High, which had a good showing at the Mining City Duals Jim Street Classic last week, placed fourth in

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  • Mitch Pelroy signs professional contract

    Mitch Pelroy signs professional contract0

    Former Bulldog defensive back and kick returner Mitch Pelroy has signed a professional contract with the Atlantic Sharks of the Rivals Professional Football League (RPFL). “I’ve always wanted to get paid to play (football), my dream is to go to the National Football League (NFL),” Pelroy said. “This opportunity gives me a chance to chase

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  • Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog basketball

    Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog basketball0

    Prep girls’ basketball Helena Capital at Butte High, 7 p.m. The Bulldogs (1-1) return to the Civic Center, the scene of Tuesday’s victory over Missoula Big Sky, for a battle with the Bruins. Coach Bill Pilgeram’s Bruins return five starters from last season’s 14-9 team. Capital opened the season with a 44-28 Dec. 5 home

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  • We want to know your college plans

    We want to know your college plans0

    At Butte Sports, we want to know where our local athletes will be playing once their high school careers come to an end. If you, a family member, a teammate or a friend signed or committed to play a sport in college, please let us know. Also, if you know of a Butte athlete or

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  • Tuesday’s scores

    Tuesday’s scores0

    BOYS BASKETBALL Glasgow 44, Baker 36 Beach, N.D. 62, Wibaux 55 Butte 50, Missoula Big Sky 47 Kalispell Glacier 56, Columbia Falls 43 White Sulphur Springs 55, Lincoln 53 GIRLS BASKETBALL Colstrip 52, St. Labre 13 Butte 66, Missoula Big Sky 58 Glasgow 40, Baker 34 Kalispell Glacier 46, Columbia Falls 37 White Sulphur Springs

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  • Bulldogs ground Eagles for Civic Center victory

    Bulldogs ground Eagles for Civic Center victory0

    By Bill Foley Butte High fans had to do a double take at their rosters. That Bulldog wearing No. 51 was sure playing defense like junior guard Brittney Tierney. She was hustling like Tierney. She was having fun like Tierney. The shooting, though? That’s a different story. The Civic Center crowd got to see a

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  • Butte High boys run past Big Sky, 50-47

    Butte High boys run past Big Sky, 50-470

    MISSOULA — The team bus might need some oxygen tanks. Butte High’s boys’ basketball team used just seven players and a trapping defense to run past Missoula Big Sky for a 50-47 Tuesday night. “The kids played with tons and tons of energy and battled with a very physical Big Sky squad,” Bulldog coach Luke

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  • Montana’s Gresch Jensen third in Rice Award voting

    Montana’s Gresch Jensen third in Rice Award voting0

    Despite only starting seven games and taking the reins of Montana’s offense as injury cover, quarterback Gresch Jensen put together the best season ever by a freshman Grizzly QB, and one of UM’s top-25 passing seasons ever. For his efforts, Jensen has finished third in voting for the STATS FCS Jerry Rice Award for the

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  • Dan Lean made players, students, coaches better

    Dan Lean made players, students, coaches better0

    As soon as I looked at the Butte Sports Hall of Fame plaque for the 1991 Butte High football team, I knew I had made a major goof. Assistant coach Dan Lean jumped off the picture at me the split second I pulled the plaque out of the bubble wrap. Right there in the front

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  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog basketball

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog basketball0

    Prep girls’ basketball Missoula Big Sky at Butte High, 7 p.m. The Bulldogs will host the Eagles at the Butte Civic Center. Note the game’s early start time. The non-conference game will be the home opener for the Bulldogs. Butte High opened the season last Tuesday with a 65-30 loss at defending Class AA state

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  • Butte Lady Irish win Anaconda Santa Slammer

    Butte Lady Irish win Anaconda Santa Slammer0

    ANACONDA — The Butte Lady Irish eighth grade girls’ basketball team claimed the title Sunday at the 17th Annual Big Sky Hoops Santa Slammer. The Butte girls beat the Missoula Lady Flight 23-21 in a hard-fought championship game to complete an undefeated weekend. Members of the team are Mya Stenson, Tylar Clary, Payton Clary, Rachel

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  • Carroll’s Dean, Imhoff claim Frontier weekly honors

    Carroll’s Dean, Imhoff claim Frontier weekly honors0

    WHITEFISH — Carroll College’s Hannah Dean and Ryan Imhoff were named Frontier Conference Players of the Week, the league announced today. Dean took home the women’s award, while Imhoff took the men’s. Dean is a 6-foot-1 junior center from Gardiner. The 21st ranked Saints split their two games of a Washington road trip. Carroll lost

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