• Central hits road for pivotal battle with Blue Devils

    Central hits road for pivotal battle with Blue Devils0

    By Bruce Sayler Just past midpoint of the regular season, Class A high school football teams’ attentions are turning toward the races for postseason berths. Friday’s Butte Central-Corvallis contest figures to be one of those pivotal tilts. The teams are to vie in Corvallis with the kickoff scheduled for 7 p.m. It will be a

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  • BC, Corvallis froshmore game called off

    BC, Corvallis froshmore game called off0

    Butte Central’s froshmore football game against Corvallis scheduled for Monday, Oct. 3 has been cancelled, BC announced this morning. The game was called off at the request of Corvallis because of the team’s low numbers. The Maroons and Blue Devils will play a varsity football game Friday night in Corvallis.

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  • Panthers stay unbeaten, down Maroons in four

    Panthers stay unbeaten, down Maroons in four0

    By Bruce Sayler Butte Central simply didn’t have enough to overcome an excellent Belgrade volleyball team Tuesday night. The Panthers topped Butte Central 25-14, 26-24, 21-25, 25-13 in a non-conference Class A match played in the Maroon Activities Center. It was a showdown worthy of attention. Belgrade came into the match undefeated at 10-0. The

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  • Maroons hire strength and conditioning director

    Maroons hire strength and conditioning director1

    Butte Central High School has hired Kara Assalay as the director of strength and conditioning for the Maroon Athletics Department. In this position, Assalay is responsible for developing a year-round systematic strength and conditioning program for Maroon teams and athletes.  In this capacity, she will work closely with coaches, athletic trainers and medical staff to

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  • Bulldog, Maroon runners find success in Missoula

    Bulldog, Maroon runners find success in Missoula0

    MISSOUA — The coaches from the Butte High and Butte Central cross country teams deemed Saturday a successful day at the Mountain West Classic. The tournament drew teams from five states across the Northwest to the University of Montana Golf Course. (Results) “Another great day for Butte High Cross Country,” Butte High coach Guy Wadas

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  • Tricia Joyce defends title, BC boys make state

    Tricia Joyce defends title, BC boys make state1

    HAMILTON — Butte Central sophomore Tricia Joyce proved last year’s Western A Divisional title was not a fluke Saturday. Joyce carded an 80 at the Hamilton Country Club for an 11-shot victory, defending her title at the divisional tournament. The second straight title for Joyce came on a day when the Butte Central boys’ golf

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