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  • Butte High girls place ninth at Great Falls Optimist

    Butte High girls place ninth at Great Falls Optimist0

    GREAT FALLS — The Butte High girls’ track team placed ninth at the Great Falls Optimist Invitational Saturday. The meet featured all 14 Class AA Montana schools. (Results) Butte High scored 35 points in the meet. Billings Senior won with 89.5, followed by Bozeman at 81 and Billings Senior at 77. Abby Dodge placed in

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  • Griz golfers move to eighth at Big Sky Championships

    Griz golfers move to eighth at Big Sky Championships0

    BOULDER CITY, Nev. — Montana used milder weather conditions to shoot a 308 on Saturday, a 20-stroke improvement from Friday’s opening round, as the Big Sky Conference women’s golf championship continued with day two at the Boulder Creek Golf Club. (Results) All but one team improved their score from Friday, eight by 10 strokes or

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  • Grizzlies, Bobcats split annual track dual

    Grizzlies, Bobcats split annual track dual0

    MISSOULA — Given the choice between an instate rival that provides little resistance and one that challenges his program every time the schools get together on the track, it’s clear which option Montana coach Brian Schweyen prefers. Results “I think we bring out the best in each other, so I enjoy this meet,” he said

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  • BC tracksters pick up places at Belgrade meet

    BC tracksters pick up places at Belgrade meet0

    BELGRADE — Members of the Butte Central track teams posted some top times and marks Saturday at the Gallatin Valley Invitational. Butte Central’s girls placed eighth in the varsity standings with 35 points. Belgrade won with 80.5 points. The Maroons scored just six points in the boys’ varsity standings, topped by Fairfield at 94.2. (Results)

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  • Bulldog tennis teams show improvement in Bozeman

    Bulldog tennis teams show improvement in Bozeman0

    BOZEMAN — The Butte High tennis teams saw a day of improvement Saturday. The Bulldogs took on the Helena teams for the second Saturday in a row, and Butte High coach Mavis Bentley said the team saw better play and a better attitude as her boys lost one match and tied another. Her girls played

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  • Bobcat offense shines in Sonny Holland Scrimmage

    Bobcat offense shines in Sonny Holland Scrimmage0

    • MSU
    • April 22, 2017

    BOZEMAN — One of the focuses of Montana State’s spring practice session was diversifying the team’s offense. Success toward achieving that goal was on full display during the Sonny Holland Spring Scrimmage Presented by the Rockin’ R Bar in sun-splashed Bobcat Stadium on Saturday. Sophomore quarterback Chris Murray threw for 107 yards and two touchdowns

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  • Josh Sandry, Caleb Hill shine for Griz at Naranche

    Josh Sandry, Caleb Hill shine for Griz at Naranche0

    A hat trick of interceptions from Josh Sandry led a defensive-heavy spring game that saw the White team take down the Maroon team 34-7 at Naranche Stadium. Stats There were five total interceptions on the day, all of which came from the White defense. They held the Maroon passing attack, led by Reese Phillips and

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  • Bulldogs, Wolfpack split nonconference twin bill

    Bulldogs, Wolfpack split nonconference twin bill0

    By Bruce Sayler Butte High and Glacier High of Kalispell dueled with three-run homers Saturday and each won a game in their Class AA non-conference softball doubleheader at Stodden Park. Butte High took the first game by a 6-4 score as sophomore shortstop Taylor Huff slugged a three-run shot to highlight a five-run eruption in

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  • Keeley, Maroons walk off in 13-1 rout of Blue Devils

    Keeley, Maroons walk off in 13-1 rout of Blue Devils0

    By Bill Foley Emma Keeley said she was channeling her inner Big Papi. The freshman Butte Central shortstop — and Red Sox fan — ended Saturday’s 13-1 rout of Corvallis in a Southwestern A game at Stodden Park. “It was awesome,” Keeley said of the hit that brought the 10-run mercy rule into effect in

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  • Diggers shine in Green and White game

    Diggers shine in Green and White game0

    By Pat Ryan The Green and White put on a good show Saturday afternoon at Bob Green Field, as Montana Tech’s football team placed an exclamation point at the end of spring drills. The Oredigger offense looked sharp behind senior quarterback Quinn McQueary, but it was the White-shirted defensive front that showed its experience by

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  • Butte teams tally, Glacier wins,  record falls in Dahlberg

    Butte teams tally, Glacier wins, record falls in Dahlberg0

    By Bruce Sayler Arie Grey put it that if not for the bad weather, Friday would have been a good-weather day for the 2017 edition of the Swede Dahlberg Invitational high school boys’ track meet. (Team scores; Individual results) As he alluded, it was, therefore, a good bad-weather day. The Butte High coach referred to

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  • Blue Devils fight past Maroons on court

    Blue Devils fight past Maroons on court0

    Butte Central volleyball coach Becky Hancock called Friday an “eye opener” as her Maroons dropped matches to a strong Corvallis program at Father Sheehan Park. The Blue Devils won the girls’ dual 5-2, and the Corvallis boys won 6-1. Savannah Burton picked up a win in straight sets in the No. 2 singles match for

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  • Bulldog boys pick up win, girls tie at Big Sky

    Bulldog boys pick up win, girls tie at Big Sky0

    MISSOULA — The Butte High tennis teams picked up a win and a tie in duals with Missoula Big Sky Friday afternoon. The Bulldog boys knocked off the Eagles 5-3, while the Butte High girls played to a 4-all tie with Big Sky. Kyptin Berceir won in straight sets for Butte’s lone victory in singles

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  • Wind rules on first day of Big Sky golf championships

    Wind rules on first day of Big Sky golf championships0

    BOULDER CITY, Nev. — Windy conditions took their toll on Montana and the rest of the teams as the Big Sky Conference women’s golf championship opened on Friday at the Boulder Creek Golf Club. Results The Grizzlies shot an opening-round 329, their highest score at the conference championship since 2001, but no one escaped the

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  • Mark Hodges captures City Open bowling title

    Mark Hodges captures City Open bowling title0

    The City Bowling tournaments were held recently at the Star Lanes.  Mark Hodges was the champion of the Open Championship tournament with a nine game scratch all events score of 2065. Every year the Butte Bowling Association sponsors honor teams made up of some of our oldest active bowlers.  This years men’s honor team was

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