• It’s Thursday Night Lights for Butte High football

    It’s Thursday Night Lights for Butte High football0

    The Butte High Bulldogs’ football schedule has never looked like this before. The school released its fall sports schedules today, and the Bulldogs play five of their 10 football games on a Thursday night. First up is the season opener, which is Thursday, Aug. 24 at Kalispell Flathead. The following week, the Bulldogs play on

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  • Schedule released for Mining City Summer Jam

    Schedule released for Mining City Summer Jam0

    The 2017 Mining City Summer Jam high school girls’ basketball tournament will be held at the Maroon Activities Center on Friday.  Eleven teams will participate in the one-day event. All teams will play three games in the tournament. All games are open to the public. Click here complete tournament schedule.

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  • 55 Bulldogs named Academic All-State

    55 Bulldogs named Academic All-State0

    Butte High School released its Academic All-State honorees today, and 55 Bulldogs made the grade. In order to be named Academic All-State, an athlete, manager or cheerleader must earn at least a 3.5 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) for the quarter and earn a varsity letter in a Montana High School Association sanctioned

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  • Butte Central unveils 2017-18 schedules

    Butte Central unveils 2017-18 schedules0

    Butte Central released its sports schedules for the 2017-18 school year today, and the Maroons will see some new opponents during the football season. The Maroons open the season at Ronan on Friday, Sept. 1. The following week, BC will play host to Whitefish on Montana Tech’s Bob Green Field. After playing at home again

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  • Peoples scores 11 points, Montana completes sweep

    Peoples scores 11 points, Montana completes sweep0

    BILLINGS — Butte Central graduate Mollie Peoples and four other Montana players reached double digits in points Saturday, and the Treasure State completed a two-game sweep of Wyoming with an 86-60 rout at Rocky Mountain College. Montana won the opener of the Midland Roundtable All-Star Basketball Series 69-68 Friday in Sheridan, Wyoming. Peoples, a future

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  • Montana girls hold on to down Wyoming, 69-68

    Montana girls hold on to down Wyoming, 69-680

    SHERIDAN, Wyo. — The Montana All-Stars had just enough to beat Wyoming in Game 1 of the Midland Roundtable Montana-Wyoming All-Star Basketball Series Friday night. After taking a big lead early, Montana held off a late Wyoming charge for a 69-68 victory. The teams will play again Saturday in Billings. Great Falls High star Hannah

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