• Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs vs. Hawks

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs vs. Hawks0

    Prep girls’ basketball Bozeman at Butte High, 7 p.m. The Butte Civic Center will be the site as the Bulldogs go for the season sweep of the Hawks. Butte High (3-7, 6-10) went to Bozeman and knocked off the Hawks (4-6, 6-10) 38-31 Jan. 30. Brittney Tierney scored 16 points, and Haley Herron added 11

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  • BC will play back to back Thursday afternoon

    BC will play back to back Thursday afternoon0

    Butte Central’s basketball teams will open the Western A Divisional basketball tournaments at the Butte Civic Center with a Thursday afternoon doubleheader. Butte Central’s girls will play Columbia Falls at 2 p.m., while the Maroons boys will take on Browning at 3:30. (Boys’ bracket; Girls’ bracket; Ticket Information) The girls’ game will be a rematch

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  • Broncs hold off Dogs

    Broncs hold off Dogs0

    By Bruce Sayler Potential reared its beautiful head on Saturday, but the young, eager Butte High Bulldogs were unable to drop the bolt through the lock soon enough for the boys’ basketball win. State AA contender Billings Senior edged them 59-56, holding the Butte HIgh team off just long enough in the Eastern Conference game

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  • Saturday’s scores

    Saturday’s scores0

    BOYS BASKETBALL Billings Senior 59, Butte 56 Deer Lodge 76, St. Ignatius 57 Glendive 55, Miles City 43 Great Falls 54, Billings Skyview 46 Great Falls Russell 71, Bozeman 62 Hardin 90, Livingston 62 Helena Capital 37, Helena 33 Kalispell Flathead 69, Missoula Big Sky 51 Lewistown (Fergus) 45, Billings Central 41 Missoula Hellgate 86,

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  • Frenchtown battles back to win girls’ Southwestern A

    Frenchtown battles back to win girls’ Southwestern A0

    HAMILTON — Liv Williams scored 13 of her game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter Saturday night, and Frenchtown stormed back to beat Dillon 34-29 in the girls’ championship game of the Southwestern A District tournament on the Dale Berry Court. The Broncs outscored Dillon 15-4 in the final frame to overcome a 25-19 deficit.

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  • Broncs turn back BC boys in championship thriller

    Broncs turn back BC boys in championship thriller0

    HAMILTON — Butte Central has to settle for second place. Hamilton shot 8 for 8 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter, and the Broncs stayed unbeaten with a 61-57 victory over the Maroons in the boys’ championship game of the Southwestern A District tournament on the Dale Berry Court. Butte Central stormed

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