• State track, bad weather, good sports and Naranche

    State track, bad weather, good sports and Naranche0

    With Montana’s State Track meets slated for this coming weekend, we should simply expect some rain. The fact that it’s also Memorial Day weekend really only cements the gloomy forecast. It’s just how things work. Some of the rainiest weekends I’ve ever spent have been under an umbrella as I roamed the infield at State

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  • One big family reunion0

    This weekend’s State All-Class Wrestling tournament in Billings marks the 27th year the MHSA has combined three tournaments into one, and the event is quite an experience. Even for someone not involved with wrestling, attending the All-Class Tourney is a thrill. For those whose lives heavily revolve around the sport, however, the annual meet is

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  • Cory Johnston a pretty good fit at Butte High0

    Cory Johnston seems like a pretty good fit to take over as head wrestling coach at Butte High. He was born in Butte in 1985, right in the middle of Butte High’s state championship run and just five years after his dad Mark won the state Class A 112-pound title for Butte Central. Four years

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  • Everything has changed at football practice0

    Practice makes perfect, they say. Actually, that saying has evolved over the years to “perfect practice makes perfect.” Evolution has played a part in sayings. It’s played a part in football too, as the relatively new game has changed dramatically since it branched off from rugby in the 19th century. The ball has changed. The

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  • Bulldog grapplers up to the challenge0

    I spent a little time at Butte High Wednesday afternoon, mostly to watch some of the challenge matches in the Butte High wrestling room. By way of explanation, challenge matches determine the varsity lineup for wrestling teams from week to week. Wrestlers who make challenge weight, generally within a few pounds of the weight class,

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  • Caught up in the excitement9

    I didn’t go to school to be a sports writer. The only journalism class I ever took was in the eighth grade at East Junior High, when I may have written a grand total of two stories for The Bullpup. Sure, you can probably tell I’m not a classically trained sports journalist, but I’ve learned

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