• Badovinac brings handball title back to Mining City

    Badovinac brings handball title back to Mining City0

    By Bill Foley Last Monday, Brett Badovinac lost his title as city champion with a loss to Mike Hitchcock in the championship match of the City Tournament. It was a title the 44-year-old Butte player held for five straight years. On Sunday, Badovinac picked up a new title, and it’s safe to say it is

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  • State handball tournament opens Friday at Elks

    State handball tournament opens Friday at Elks0

    The 2017 Montana State Single Handball Tournament starts Friday at the Elks in Butte. There will be a new open champion this year, as none of the Open players have ever claimed a Montana Open Singles title. The Masters (40 plus) is combined with the Open this year. Butte’s Brett Badovinac is the defending champion

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  • Stender, Schweyen claim doubles handball title

    Stender, Schweyen claim doubles handball title0

    MISSOULA — T.J. Stender and Brian Schweyen won the Open Division of the Montana State Doubles Handball Championship Sunday at the Peak Health and Wellness Center. The win marks Stender’s second straight title and first teaming with Schweyen. They defeated Missoula’s Moe Johnson and Sean Sandau 21-18, 21-12 in the final. Stender is from Sheridan, Wyoming,

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  • Racquetball tournament draws record turnout

    Racquetball tournament draws record turnout0

    The Butte Fitness Courts hosted its Third Annual Butte Blizzard Racquetball tournament over the weekend. This year’s tourney was the largest ever for the club with 103 players competing from Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Arizona and Canada. More than 200 matches were played during the three-day event. Andy Ekblad from Billings won the Men’s Open Division

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  • Badovinac defends title at Ryan/Bersanti handball

    Badovinac defends title at Ryan/Bersanti handball0

    Brett Badovinac defeated Don Foley 21-18, 21-8 to win the open division of the Bill Ryan and Al Bersanti Memorial Handball Tournament at the Elks in Butte on Sunday. The win marked Badovinac’s third consecutive Ryan/Bersanti title and his fifth overall. Rich Hawe defeated East Helena’s John Larson 21-12, 21-10 to win his second consecutive

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  • Ryan/Bersanti handball starts Friday at Elks

    Ryan/Bersanti handball starts Friday at Elks0

    The 32nd Annual Bill Ryan and Al Bersanti Memorial Handball Tournament starts Friday at the Elks. Brett Badovinac is the defending champion in the open division and fellow Butte player Rich Hawe is the defending champion in the Super Golden Masters. There are 23 players from all over Montana entered. Opening round schedule: Open Division

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