• Standings tighten up at spring trap league

    Standings tighten up at spring trap league0

    Things have tightened up atop the team scratch standings in the Butte Trap Club’s spring leagues. Arc Electric (1,133) holds a slight lead over Federal Better Homes Org. (1,123) after Week 6 on Thursday night. Trademark Electric sits in third at 1,098, while Baker Auto sits at 1,088 and Cooney’s Locksmith sits at 1,080. The

  • Highland View sets Memorial Tournament

    Highland View sets Memorial Tournament0

    The annual Memorial Tournament will be held May 28-29 at the Highland View Golf Course. Cost for the team handicapped best-ball tournament is $65 for Highland View members. Cost is $75 for non-members. Call the pro shop at 494-7900 for Saturday tee times on Thursday, May 26. Sunday’s round will feature a shotgun start at

  • A’s take two conference games from Muckers

    A’s take two conference games from Muckers0

    ANACONDA — The Anaconda A’s won a pair of Southern A baseball games over the Butte Muckers Wednesday night at Washoe Park. The A’s won an 11-10 thriller in nine innings to cap the sweep. Anaconda won the opener 10-0 in a game called after six innings by the 10-run rule. The Muckers will travel

  • Sports camps roundup

    Sports camps roundup0

    Work with a Butte Sports Hall of Famer this summer. Kellie Johnson, a Former Illinois State basketball player and current head coach of the Air Force Prep School, is offering individual basketball camps this summer at the Maroon Activities Center. Times are available from noon to 8 p.m. July 5-7 and noon to 5 p.m.

  • Registration open for Shrine Game Golf Shootout

    Registration open for Shrine Game Golf Shootout0

    Registration is open for the fourth annual Montana East-West Shrine Game 2-Man Golf Shootout. The tournament will be held Friday, June 24 at the Butte Country Club. Cost is $100 per player, which includes a golf cart and a meal. The tournament is set up to help raise money for the Montana East-West Shrine Game,

  • Bucks uses committee to stop Butte Miners

    Bucks uses committee to stop Butte Miners0

    BOZEMAN — The Bozeman Bucks used seven different pitchers Tuesday night, and the Bucks beat the Butte Miners 9-4 in a non-conference American Legion Baseball game. The game was a makeup of last week’s rain out. D.J. Perdaems and Morgan Hostetler each pitched two innings in the win, while Andy Purpua, Adam Hubley, Ryan Evenson,

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