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  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs in Dillon

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs in Dillon0

    Prep girls’ basketball Butte High at Dillon, 6 p.m. The girls open the non-conference doubleheader at the B.W. Lodge Gymnasium when the Class AA Bulldogs (1-13) take on the Class A Beavers (7-6). Abby Dodge led Butte High with 10 points in Saturday’s loss at Billings Senior. Ally Cleverly tossed in eight points. Bailey Berriochoa

  • Time to take the Class AA principals to court

    Time to take the Class AA principals to court2

    As the movie “The Breakfast Club” showed us 30 years ago, principals stink. OK, on second thought I don’t want to paint all the men and women in the big offices with a broad brush, so I will rephrase that. High school principals stink. Well, Montana Class AA high school principals stink. The majority of

  • Injuries don’t keep Wilson sidelined long

    Injuries don’t keep Wilson sidelined long0

    From PARK CITY, UTAH – A week after suffering a broken rib and concussion in a fall, Butte World Cup skier Bryon Wilson returned to the slopes and competed in the men’s moguls event held Saturday night under the lights. Nursing the sore ribs, Wilson executed his run, complete with two jumps off ramps,

  • Natalee Faupel wins Frontier weekly honor

    Natalee Faupel wins Frontier weekly honor0

    Natalee Faupel of MSU-Northern and Match Burnham of Carroll College were named Frontier Conference Basketball Players of the Week, the league announced. The honor is the fourth of the season for Faupel, a 2013 Butte High graduate. The 5-foot-10 junior helped the 20th-ranked Skylights win two road games over the weekend. Northern beat Montana Tech

  • Celebrate the Beauty of Winter with Winter Trails Day

    Celebrate the Beauty of Winter with Winter Trails Day0

    Dillon, Mt., February 8, 2016—Looking for a fun family activity to enjoy in our local winter wonderland?  Join the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest on Saturday, February 20 to celebrate “Winter Trails Day.” At Elkhorn Hot springs north of Polaris. Forest Service employees and volunteers will lead ski and snowshoe tours in the Elkhorn area departing from

  • Butte wrestlers learn first-round State opponents0

    The Montana All-Class State Wrestling Tournament is slated to begin Friday Morning at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark in Billings, and first-round pairings are available. Butte High advanced 15 wrestlers to the State Class AA meet, while Class A Butte Central will bring three athletes to Billings. The Bulldogs got second-place Eastern AA Divisional finishes from

  • KC basketball tournament schedule

    KC basketball tournament schedule0

    Following is the schedule for the Knights of Columbus Athletic Club’s winter basketball tournament. The remainder of the schedule will be posted at the KC gym. Play for the spring league will begin Monday, Feb. 22. Teams can sign up at the bar or by calling Dan Boyle at 565-7947. Monday 6 p.m. — Team

  • Bulldog girls fall on the road

    Bulldog girls fall on the road0

    BILLINGS — Courtney Bad Bear scored 14 points to lead three Billings Senior players in double figures Saturday, and the Broncs knocked off Butte High 65-25 in an Eastern AA girls’ basketball game. Mariah Linse and Kola Bad Bear each tossed in 10 points for Senior, which improved to 5-2 in conference and 7-7 overall.

  • Tech men knock off Argos

    Tech men knock off Argos0

    Jalen Coates scored 19 points to lead the way Saturday night as Montana Tech beat the University of Great Falls for the second time this season. Saturday it was a much-needed 62-53 Frontier Conference victory at the HPER Complex. Stats Freshman Kale Guldseth, a Butte Central graduate, scored 13 points in the victory, which lifts

  • Maroon wrestlers notch three tickets to State

    Maroon wrestlers notch three tickets to State0

    WHITEFISH – Butte Central advanced three quarters of the Maroon wrestling team to the State meet, as three placed in the top eight at this weekend’s Western A Divisional meet in Whitefish. Freshman 126-pounder Clay Fisher was Butte Central’s top finisher, as he notched a fourth-place spot on the podium. Fisher went 2-2 in the

  • Saturday’s prep scores

    Saturday’s prep scores0

    BOYS BASKETBALL Bainville 66, Circle 53 Belt 50, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 28 Big Timber 70, Jefferson (Boulder) 57 Billings Skyview 61, Great Falls Russell 50 Brockton 60, Froid/Medicine Lake 37 Browning 61, Conrad 57 Butte 62, Billings Senior 55 Centerville 86, Roy-Winifred 63 Corvallis 41, Whitefish 23 Culbertson 61, Savage 60 Dillon 69, Butte Central 45

  • Bulldogs sending 15 wrestlers to State

    Bulldogs sending 15 wrestlers to State0

    By Pat Ryan BOZEMAN – Butte High put together a successful Saturday at the Eastern AA Divisional wrestling meet in Bozeman, qualifying 15 of the 21 wrestlers they brought to the event. “It was a pretty good day,” Butte High head coach Cory Johnston said following the final match of the marathon meet. Save a

  • Faupel’s 22 leads Skylights to upset win

    Faupel’s 22 leads Skylights to upset win0

    LEWISTON, Idaho — Natalee Faupel led MSU-Northern to an upset win over Lewis-Clark State Saturday night. The Butte High graduate scored 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds as the No. 20 Skylights beat the No. 12 Warriors 62-54, stopping L-C State’s 11-game winning streak. The loss was the first at home for the Warriors this

  • Legel, Argos turn back Tech women

    Legel, Argos turn back Tech women0

    Erin Legel showed why she might be the best player in the Frontier Conference Saturday night. The University of Great Falls guard hit four 3-pointers and poured in 28 points to lead the way as the No. 23 Argos knocked off Montana Tech 89-75 in a Frontier Conference game at the HPER Complex. Stats Nneka

  • Bulldog boys buck Broncs

    Bulldog boys buck Broncs0

    By Bill Foley The title of Most Surprising Basketball Team of the Class AA might no longer belong to Billings Senior. Butte High’s boys, who sent shockwaves through the state with a near upset of Bozeman two nights earlier, possibly stole that designation from the Broncs by knocking off Senior 62-55 Saturday at the Butte

  • Beavers stop BC boys

    Beavers stop BC boys0

    By Derek Hendrickson The Dillon Beavers used their pressure defense to jump out to an 11-0 start and never looked back, handing the Maroons one of the worst defeats in the history of the Maroon Activities Center, 69-45 Saturday night. Tanner Haverfield led a balanced Dillon attack with 20 points, including several on breakaway layups

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