• Maroons see 32 athletes named Academic All-State

    Maroons see 32 athletes named Academic All-State0

    Butte Central release its list of Academic All-State athletes for the 2016-17 winter sports season today, and 32 Maroons made the grade. The awards are given to high school athletes who earn a varsity letter in a Montana High School Association sanctioned sport and obtain a 3.5 or better grade point average during the principal

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  • Tracksters post nice numbers in Butte meet

    Tracksters post nice numbers in Butte meet0

    By Bruce Sayler The competition was pretty good and the Butte Invitational high school track meet lasted well into the evening on Tuesday at Bulldog Memorial Stadium. “It’s not often you get to triple jump under the lights,” Butte High head coach Arie Grey commented about the somewhat accidental twilight meet. Weather conditions disintegrated to

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  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs host track meet

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs host track meet0

    Prep track Butte High meet, 3:15 p.m. A busy early track season continues Tuesday as the Butte High and Butte Central teams see their first home action at Bulldog Memorial Stadium. The Maroons were a late addition to the meet, which is hosted by Butte High. Missoula Hellgate, Missoula Sentinel and Ennis are also scheduled

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  • Central girls run to second in 400-meter relay

    Central girls run to second in 400-meter relay0

    FRENCHTOWN — Butte Central’s girls’ 400-meter relay team placed second to highlight the Maroons’ performance Saturday at the Frenchtown Invitational. (Complete results) Rachael McGree, Bella Sorini, Olivia Bolton and Lindsay McGree each ran a leg on the team that finished in 53.82 seconds to take second in the crowded field. Dillon (Kyndall Petersen, Hayle Sundquist,

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  • BC shows improvement in losses to Rangers, ‘Heads

    BC shows improvement in losses to Rangers, ‘Heads0

    The Butte Central tennis teams dropped three out of four matches against Livingston and Anaconda Saturday. Head coach Becky Hancock, though, noted improvement as the Maroons took the court for the second time this season. The boys played in Anaconda, while the girls competed at Stodden Park. The weather was cold and wet at both

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  • Weather, Broncs get best of Maroons in SW A opener

    Weather, Broncs get best of Maroons in SW A opener0

    By Bruce Sayler Undefeated Hamilton looked like a good, experienced softball team poised for a run at the conference and state championships. It was a view Butte Central head coach Kelcie Thatcher appreciated, being involved herself with one of Class A’s better softball programs as a player and coach for more than 10 years. This

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